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Mihika Varma is an Indian television actress and former model. She won the Miss India International title in 2004 and represented India in the Miss International 2004 competition, she started her acting career by debuting in the series Viruddh. After her debut she appeared in series including Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil as Ashlesha and Kitani Mohabbat Hai as Natasha, she played a supporting role in the serial Baat Hamari Pakki Hai. She played the role of Fiza in Yeh Hai Aashiqui. Varma portrayed the character of Mihika in Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, she has a younger brother, Mishkat Varma, an actor. Mihika Verma on IMDb
Isaac Reingold is the pen name of Isaac Toomim 1873-1903), a Russian-born American poet and singer. Born in 1873 in Oder, near Loytsk, Ukraine, into a Chasidic family, he received a strict religious education. His poetry and his couplets—often set to melodies of famous English-language popular songs—were popular with working-class audiences, he performed in concert halls and workers' gatherings. His songs were published in: Lider-magazin, Di idishe bihne, Teglikher idisher kuryer, he wrote an opera, Al nahares bovl. He died October 1903 in Chicago. Reingold's books printed by Chicago publisher Yankev Lidski include: Der velt zinger, prekhtige folks-lieder A bintel blumen, folks-gedikhte Di strune, oyservehlte theater und folks lieder mit bakante englishe melodyen Di nayeste reyngolds theater und folks lieder, gezungen mit englishe melodyen Der fonograf, komishe kupleten und theater lieder Geklibene lider Chana Mlotek, Yiddish Forverts December 5, 2003, Yitzhak Reingold — der grester dikhter fun dervest.
Zalmen Reyzen, vol. 4 Geklibene lider, Isaac Reingold, Introduction by Anna_Margolin https://yleksikon.blogspot.com/2019/07/yitskhok-reyngold-isaac-reingold.html http://chicagojewishhistory.org/pdf/2009/cjh_2009_4.pdf
The list of debutante balls in the United States aims to include notable debutante balls held in the United States. Birmingham The Ball of Roses Los Angeles: Las Madrinas Ball Peninsula Ball - Bal Blanc de Noel - presentation of Les Fleurettes Washington, D. C.: The National Debutante Cotillion and Thanksgiving Ball Indianapolis: Presentation of Daughters, Held since 1950 during the holiday season, the Presentation is a biennial cotillion of The Dramatic Club of Indianapolis. Washington D. C. Gridiron Club Dinner United States presidential inaugural balls Russian Ball, Washington, D. C. Boston: The Boston Cotillion, which benefits the Vincent Memorial Hospital. Detroit The Debutante Club Kansas City: The Jewel Ball, founded in 1954, which benefits the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Kansas City Symphony. St. Louis: The Veiled Prophet Ball, founded in 1878, which caters to the members of the Veiled Prophet Organization, a secret society of prominent St. Louisans Fleur de Lis Ball, a Roman Catholic ball founded in 1959, named after the symbol associated with French kings and the city's French heritage, which raises money for the Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital.
New York City Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner The International Debutante Ball, held each even-numbered year The Viennese Opera Ball in New York The Quadrille Ball Rochester The Rochester Bachelors' Cotillion was founded in 1950 by a group of single young men from some of Rochester's social circles that wished to repay their social debt, it is a white tie ball held annually at the Genesee Valley Club. Cary The Cary Debutante Society Ball Durham Debutante Cotillion and Christmas Ball of Durham Gastonia Gastonia Debutante Ball Greensboro The Greensboro Symphony Presentation Ball Greenville Carolinian Debutante Ball Raleigh The Terpsichorean Society Debutante Ball Wilmington North Carolina Azalea Festival Cleveland The Assembly Ball, presented by The Recreation League of Cleveland annually since 1937 at The Union Club. Pittsburgh: Cinderella Ball, founded in 1924. Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Charity Ball, founded in 1881. Charleston: The St. Cecilia Ball Laredo: The Society of Martha Washington Debutante Ball Tyler: The Texas Rose Festival Chantilly The Old Dominion Cotillion Ettrick Wives of Beaux-Twenty Debutante Cotillion Richmond Bal du Bois The Richmond German Christmas Dance Tacoma Tacoma Holiday Cotillion
Sochitta Sal, known by her stage name Honey Cocaine, or Honey C, is a Canadian recording artist and songwriter. Sal is of Cambodian descent and was born in Toronto, Canada, she splits her residence between Los Angeles and Toronto. Her debut single "I Don't Give a Fuck" was released in 2011. In March 2012, she was grazed in the arm by a bullet while riding in a van, after she and Tyga performed at a concert in Omaha, Nebraska, she was shortly released from the hospital. In late 2012, she featured on Tyga's Well Done 3 mixtape, she became known by 2012 for her feature on T-Raw's "Heisman" track. In 2013, she signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music. Honey C toured with Tyga in 2013 and released a few of her best-known solo singles that year and into 2014. In 2014 she released Like a Drug. By 2015, Honey C had featured on tracks by artists such as Dizzy Wright and Kirko Bangz. Like a Drug is her fourth mixtape, released on October 22, 2014. Background and developmentAfter the release of her third mixtape Thug Love, Honey Cocaine kept on appearing on other artists' songs.
On January 15, 2014, the song "Blueberry Chills" featuring Chanel West Coast was released. Honey Cocaine first announced her plans to release a new mixtape in February 2014. On June 29, 2014, she released a snippet of the song "Side Chick". A snippet of the song "Gwola" was released a month later. On August 26, 2014, she announced the release date of the mixtape, scheduled on her birthday, October 22. SinglesThe first single "Curveball" was released on October 13, 2014; the accompanying music video was unveiled on the day of the release
Michio Itō was a Japanese dancer who developed his own choreography style in Europe and America. He left Japan as a teenager to study classic music in Paris. After learning musical theory Dalcroze eurhythmics, Hellerau in Germany, he started to explore modern dance, he was an associate of William Butler Yeats, Ezra Pound, Angna Enters, Isamu Noguchi, Louis Horst, Ted Shawn, Martha Graham, Lillian Powell, Vladimir Rosing, Pauline Koner, Lester Horton and others. He danced with the Anglo-Indian dancer Roshanara in 1917, with French-Indian dancer Nyota Inyoka in 1923-1924, he was interned and deported from the United States after the outbreak of World War II. Song of India Dawn of the East Lotus Land Madame Butterfly Spawn of the North The Sunset Murder Case Caldwell, Helen. Michio Ito: The Dancer and His Dances. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977. Cohen-Stratyner, Barbara Naomi. 1982. Biographical dictionary of dance. New York: Schirmer Books. Cowell, M.. Dance chronicle: Michio Ito in Hollywood: Modes and Ironies of Ethnicity.
Taylor & Francis. Cowell, M. & Shimazaki, S.. "East and West in the Work of Michio Ito", Dance Research Journal, 26, 11-23. Doi:1. Retrieved from https://www.jstor.org/stable/1477913 doi:1. The Dances of Michio Ito, a film produced by the Chamber Dance Company. Performances taped in 2001 at the Meany Theatre and the Meany Studio Theatre, University of Washington. Michio Ito: Pioneering Dance-Choreographer, a film directed by Bonnie Oda Homsey for the Los Angeles Dance Foundation. Takeishi, Midori, ed. and rev. by David Pacun. Japanese Elements in Michio Ito’s Early Period: Meetings of East and West in the Collaborative Works. Michio Ito's personal papers are located at the California Ethnic & Multicultural Archives, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Michio Itō on IMDb Michio Ito Foundation