Helen Hayes

. After looking around, I learned — Helen Hayes Brown (October 10, 1900 – March 17, 1993) was an American actress whose career spanned almost 70 years. She eventually garnered the nickname “First Lady of the American Theatre” and was one of twelve people who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony Award. Hayes has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America’s highest civilian honor, from President Ronald Reagan in 1986. [1] In 1988, she was awarded the National Medal of Arts. She is the namesake of the annual Helen Hayes Awards, which have recognized excellence in professional theatre in the greater Washington, D. C. Area since 1984. Perhaps the ultimate respect to be paid to any actor by a producer – of having a theater christened in their name – became a reality for Ms. Hayes in 1955 when the former Fulton Theatre on 46th Street in New York City’s Broadway theater district was renamed the Helen Hayes Theatre. When that venue was torn down in 1982 (along with five other neighboring theaters), the operators of the Little Theatre, another standing theater two blocks away on 44th Street, renamed that house in her name, which it has retained ever since.

Helen Hayes winning the Oscar® for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in “Airport” at the 43rd Academy Awards® in 1971. Presented by Gig Young and a. . .


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Benny Andersson

I’m partial to the name, as I’m a big fan of Benny Andersson [of Abba fame]. But, I would never use the name seeing as, although it works well for him, it doesn’t seem to age well. [His full name is Goran Bror Benny Andersson] I’m not planning on using it. Thanks >_<. Do you know what I found? I love Benny as a nickname for Bejamin/Bennett etc. But I really can't see it working as a full name for someone. I can't imagine a 35 year old business man named Benny or a teenager named Benny. It's lovely for a little boy, but I think, for him, it'd get annoying, fast. Makes me think of someone perpertually five years old. I don't want to sound completely like a downer though- it has a lovely, playful sound and it makes me think of a friendly guy.


Mary Kay Place

I placed an order at night, the next morning I named to cancel and the consultant told me she already input the order. Once it is input can she cancel it. Basically… This is from the Mary Kay website. If they offer this guarantee, then you should be able to cancel or have the entire order refunded. It sounds like the consultant was trying to stick you with the order, which you are in no way stuck with. Call the 800 number and talk to a corporate rep and let them know whoever the consultant is and what she told you. “Mary Kay Inc. Stands behind its products sold by our Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with any Mary Kay® product, it will be replaced without charge, exchanged or the full purchase price refunded following its return to your authorized Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant or, if she’s no longer active, to the Company with proof of purchase. Please contact the Customer Satisfaction Department by calling 1-800-MARYKAY for instructions on how to obtain an exchange or refund. Mary Kay Inc. 1-800-MARY KAY (1-800-627-9529)

A nice guy named Fran asked if I had this. . . Here it is. A #3 hit in 1976.

Mikhail Baryshnikov

Thank you. And if he do where he teaches. Basically… Yep, Mikhail Baryshnikov, a native of Riga, Latvia, began studying ballet at age nine; as a teenager, he entered the school of the Kirov Ballet, graduating from student to principal dancer in 1969. In 1974, he left Russia to pursue a career with ballet and modern companies around the world, settling in NYC in 1979 as a principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre and from 1979 to 1980, with New York City Ballet. 1n 1980 he returned to ABT as artistic director, nurturing a new generation of dancers and choreographers. In his illustrious career, he has danced more than one hundred different works on the world’s greatest stages. Most of the world’s foremost choreographers have created works especially for him. Baryshnikov has proved himself a capable actor, starring in five films and earning an Oscar-nomination for his performance in “The Turning Point. ” He has appeared numerous times on television, including three Emmy award-winning specials. In 1989, he appeared on Broadway in “Metamorphosis,” earning a Tony nomination and a Drama Critics Award. From 1990-2002, Baryshnikov was co-director and dancer with White Oak Dance Project, using his remarkable talents to expand the repertoire of American modern dance. Mr. Baryshnikov is currently devoting his time and energy to the Baryshnikov Arts Center, which is in it’s inaugural year. Among his most recent awards are the Kennedy Center Honors, The National Medal of Honor, the Commonwealth Award, The Chubb Fellowship, and the Jerome Robbins Award. This web site will have more information about his dance foundation:

ctznsofhumanityPeopleMIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV: JUST LIKE YOU2011-03-12T20:40:39. 000Z2014-05-28T11:15:16. 000ZSyndication of this video was restricted. White Nights, Mikhail Baryshnikov & Gregory HinesWhite Nights, Mikhail Baryshnikov & Gregory Hines – tap dance. Music: Prove Me Wrong by David Pack.