Year 1060 was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar. August 4 – King Henry I dies after a 29-year reign in Vitry-aux-Loges, he is succeeded by his 8-year-old son Philip I as king of France. Philip is too young to rule, his mother, Queen Anne of Kiev becomes regent. France is administered by Count Baldwin V. Summer – Norman forces under Duke Robert Guiscard invade Apulia, capture the cities of Taranto and Brindisi. Guiscard prepares a Sicilian expedition against the Saracens and returns to Calabria, where his brother Roger Bosso waits with siege engines. December 6 – Béla I is crowned king of Hungary after his nephew, Solomon is deprived of the crown, he is supported by Duke Bolesław II --. The compilation of the New Book of Tang is completed, under a team of scholars led by Ouyang Xiu. Cai Xiang, a Chinese calligrapher and official, publishes his essay Cha Lu. Anselm enters the Benedictine Bec Abbey in Normandy, as a novice. February 9 – Honorius II, pope of the Catholic Church September 18 – Godfrey of Bouillon, French nobleman Ava, German poet Aibert, French monk and hermit Bernard degli Uberti, bishop of Parma Berthold I, German nobleman Berthold of Garsten, German priest and abbot Brahmadeva, Indian mathematician Clementia of Aquitaine, French noblewoman Diarmait Ua Briain, king of Munster Duncan II, king of Scotland Constantius Ducas, Byzantine emperor Diemoth, German nun and writer Egbert II, German nobleman Erard I, French nobleman Eric I, king of Denmark Felicia of Roucy, queen of Aragon and Navarre Fujiwara no Mototoshi, Japanese nobleman Gaucherius, French priest and hermit Godfrey I, count of Louvain Goswin I, count of Heinsberg Gregory of Catino, Italian monk and historian Hamelin de Ballon, Norman nobleman Herman II, margrave of Baden Hui Zong, Chinese emperor Mafalda of Pulla-Calabria, Norman noblewoman Odo of Tournai, bishop of Cambrai Odo I, duke of Burgundy Olegarius, archbishop of Tarragona Ranulf Flambard, bishop of Durham Richard of Salerno, Norman nobleman Roger Borsa, Norman nobleman Stephen Harding, English abbot Tokushi, Japanese empress consort Walo II, French nobleman January 18 – Duduc, bishop of Wells May 12 – Matilda, duchess of Swabia August 4 – Henry I, king of France October 2 – Everelmus, French hermit October 8 – Hugh V, French nobleman October 15 – Luka Zhidiata, bishop of Novgorod November 14 – Geoffrey II, count of Anjou December 2 – Gebhard III, bishop of Regensburg December 22 – Cynesige, archbishop of York Abbas ibn Shith, king of the Ghurid Dynasty Abdallah ibn Al-Aftas, founder of the Aftasid Dynasty Ahimaaz ben Paltiel, Italian-Jewish liturgical poet Andrew I, king of Hungary Chaghri Beg, co-ruler of the Seljuk Empire Dharma Pala, ruler of the Pala Dynasty Dominic Loricatus, Italian monk and hermit Emund the Old, king of Sweden Esico of Ballenstedt, German nobleman Igor Yaroslavich, prince of Smolensk Isaac I, Byzantine emperor Mei Yaochen, poet of the Song Dynasty Otto I, count of Savoy Pons II, count of Toulouse William I, Norman nobleman
Cobra is an American action/adventure television series starring Michael Dudikoff. It ran for one season in syndication from 1993 to 1994. Robert "Scandal" Jackson, Jr. is an ex–Navy SEAL who went A. W. O. L. After refusing to blow up an enemy command center housing civilians, he disappeared to the wilderness of Alaska, changing his name and appearance, became a teacher in a small Inuit community. But a part of his past caught up to him and he was shot in the face, his comatose body left for dead, he awoke in the hospital three weeks and found himself with a new face and a new chance at life, thanks to a woman named Danielle LaPoint. Danielle offered him a job with "Cobra", an undercover anti-crime agency that provides justice for victims who haven't benefited from the system. Scandal is reluctant to leave his Alaskan life behind, but Danielle's boss, Dallas Cassel, makes him an offer he can't refuse: the chance to catch the man who murdered his father five years earlier. From behind the wheel of his classic AC Cobra, Scandal dispenses justice in the fictional Bay City.
Starring Michael Dudikoff, Allison Hossack, James Tolkan, Cobra was created by television producer Stephen J. Cannell, along with Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle, was filmed on location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Lee Goldberg & William Rabkin were the show's supervising producers and went on to executive produce Diagnosis: Murder and Martial Law, among other series. Matt Dearborn, an executive consultant on Cobra, produced several Disney Channel sitcoms, including Even Stevens. Cobra was titled Viper. However, Chrysler Corp. sued Stephen J. Cannell for trademark infringement, because Chrysler was working with CBS on a series called Viper, to feature a brand new Dodge Viper concept car. Since that other Viper series centered on a quasi modern-day Knight Rider, Cannell's series centered on crime fighters named "Viper", Cannell believed the name could be changed without sacrificing the creative concept of the series, so the title was changed to Cobra. Three episodes had been filmed when the title change took place, so it appears Scandal would have still been driving the Cobra with the show called Viper.
Canadian rock band Saga was hired to produce the main theme and several additional songs for the series, to be featured in specific episodes, but most were never used. Their 1994 album Steel Umbrellas contained most of these songs. There were lyrics written and performed for the Cobra theme, "Someone is Out There," but only the instrumental version was used in the series. Robert "Scandal" Jackson, Jr.: A martial artist, an expert marksman, an ex-Navy SEAL, a former investigator for NSI, Scandal is suited to be Cobra's lead field operative. The only part of his past that remains is his vintage Cobra, which he helped his father restore when he was younger. Danielle LaPoint: The daughter of Cobra's founder, Quentin Avery, Danielle is more or less Scandal's partner, her mother was killed ten years earlier, as a result she turned to helping victims like herself by working for Cobra. She holds a Ph. D in Psychology from Harvard University and was responsible for recruiting Scandal after arguing with her father that he was the perfect choice.
Dallas Cassel: A former F. B. I. agent, Dallas is the director of Cobra. He got off on the wrong foot with Scandal when he faked Scandal's death in order to secure him an honorable discharge from the Navy, but Scandal realized it was for the best. On February 13, 2007, Visual Entertainment released Cobra: The Complete Series on DVD in Canada; the 5-disc set features several bonus features including episode summaries and a photo gallery. Mill Creek Entertainment released the complete series on DVD in the United States on September 29, 2009. T. H. E. Cat—a forerunner of the "expert help people in trouble" genre Cobra on IMDb Cobra at TV.com Videos and articles at So Bad It's Good
Helen Stewart was a New Zealand artist. Her work is held by collections in Australia and New Zealand, including at the Victoria University of Wellington, Dowse Art Museum, the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Stewart began studying under Linley Richardson at the Technical School in Wellington in 1921. In 1927 she had her first show and soon after left for London; the next year she lived in Paris and attended the Académie Colarossi and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, though she said in 1982 they were both were studios where you "joined by the week". She moved to Sydney in 1930 to join her family who had moved from Wellington to live there, entering the Sydney Art School, she said that she felt her real training started with Thea Proctor becoming an associate and a teacher with her. In 1931 she entered the Grosvenor School under Ian McNab, he was a modernist and she felt that she didn't gain much from this period of study. She returned to Paris in 1932 and had a full year studying with Yadav Vytllayl and André Lhote's atelier.
Stewart was a modernist painter, influenced by European and British post-impressionist art Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, the Camden Town artists. While at studying with André Lhote she developed an appreciation for the theory of the Golden Section, the balancing of spatial and colour relationships. Stewart was a contemporary of Dorothy Kate Richmond, Frances Hodgkins, Gwen Knight. After returning to Australia in 1934, she became a member of the avant-garde Contemporary Art Society in 1935. In 1938 "150 Years of Australian Art" anniversary catalogue reproduced her painting Freesias. In Australia she exhibited alongside Grace Cossington Smith. Although she was rejected by the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts she did exhibit with them, she exhibited with the Christchurch based art association,'The Group', in 1948. In 1949 she was one of the'Group of Nine Artists' that exhibited at Helen Hitchings' Gallery in Wellington. Stewart settled in Lowry Bay, Wellington, she was a founding member of the'Thursday Group' art collective and continued to paint until her death in 1983.
In 1981 she was first equal winner of the Williams Art Awards. Notable works include: Portrait of a woman in red. Stewart was included in Anne Kirker's New Zealand Women Artists: a Survey of 150 Years. Artist files for Helen Stewart are held at: Angela Morton Collection, Takapuna Library E. H. McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Robert and Barbara Stewart Library and Archives, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu Fine Arts Library, University of Auckland Hocken Collections Uare Taoka o Hākena Te Aka Matua Research Library, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaAlso see: Concise Dictionary of New Zealand Artists McGahey, Kate Gilt Edge