Lovers or Lovers? is a 1927 silent film romance drama produced and distributed by MGM and directed by John M. Stahl, it stars Alice Terry. It is based on the play The World and His Wife and is a remake of a 1920 silent of the same name from Paramount. Lovers is a lost film. Ramon Novarro - Jose Alice Terry - Felicia Edward Martindel - Don Julian Edward Connelly - Don Severo George K. Arthur - Pepito Lillian Leighton - Dona Mercedes Holmes Herbert - Milton John Miljan - Alvarez Roy D'Arcy - Senor Galdos The Celebrated Scandal The World and His Wife Lovers at IMDb.com allmovie/synopsis. Lobby poster
Fabrica is a communications research centre in Treviso, Italy financed by the Benetton Group. It produces Colors magazine amongst other projects; the centre aims to combine culture with industry and offers young people the opportunity for creative growth and multicultural, multidisciplinary interchange. The centre is housed in a 17th-century villa near Villorba and enlarged by architect Tadao Ando, it was under the guidance of Godfrey Reggio and Oliviero Toscani. Previous directors include Dan Hill. Young artists, designers and makers from around the world are invited to the centre and given a one-year scholarship, covering travel expenses and professional training and resources. Residents work in the areas of design, visual communication, interaction, video and publishing under the guidance of Fabrica's core faculty, combining personal projects with work for clients, its first publication was Iranian Living Room, by 15 Iranian photographers, banned from being paid for through payments system PayPal for having the word "Iranian" in its title.
Iranian Living Room. Treviso, Italy: Fabrica, 2013. ISBN 978-88-908346-5-3. Second edition. Text in English and Italian. Introduction by Vanna Vannuccini, Hamid Ziarati and Enrico Bossan. Photographs by Mohammad Mahdi Amya, Majid Farahani, Saina Golzar, Sanaz Hajikhani, Hamed Ilkhan, Ali Kaveh, Mahshid Mahboubifar, Mehdi Moradpour, Sahar Pishsaraeian, Negar Sadehvandi, Hashem Shakeri, Sina Shiri, Morteza Soorani, Nazanin Tabatabaei Yazdi, Ali Tajik. Official website
Thomas Peter Lowe is an English-born singer and actor. Tom Lowe was born in Stockport, England to his parents and Margaret Lowe, he grew up on the outskirts of Stockport. He attended Mellor Primary School from 1982–1989 and Manchester Grammar School from 1989–1996, where he performed in many school plays, he sang in the church choir of St. Thomas's Mellor during his childhood and was runner up in the UK wide Choirboy of the Year competition while a chorister there, he appeared on TV while at Primary school with fellow Mellor pupils on the children's show Umbrella, filmed at BBC Manchester. Lowe's had a stint as a Take That backing singer during their 1995 UK tour, he was part of the male voice choir, named'The Wanted Men', who sang behind the group in the encore, during the Number One hit single at that time'Never Forget'. Tom first rose to fame just out of school, as a member of the teenage boy band NORTH and SOUTH, along with Lee Otter, James Hurst and Sam Chapman. Lowe played keyboard and sang vocals.
The band starred in the BAFTA nominated hit BBC TV series No Sweat, for which Tom composed the soundtrack at the age of eighteen. TOM LOWE starred in the London West End award-winning productions of Les Misérables and Cats in the leading roles of "Marius" and "The Rum Tum Tugger", he originated the role of "Billy" in the West End workshop of Boy George's musical, Taboo. A 2005 graduate of Harvard University, Tom majored in East Asian Studies, speaks fluent Mandarin along with six other languages, his ties to the emergent Chinese market are credited to numerous visits to China, many of them sponsored by the Chinese government. Tom appeared on many TV shows in China, being interviewed in Mandarin by prominent Chinese TV personalities. Tom is the Harvard cultural attaché to the famous Shaolin Temple, responsible for training such top Chinese film celebrities as Jet Li, his fellowship at Harvard enabled him to spend four months traveling the ancient Silk Road through Xinjiang and Gansu provinces in northwest and central China, as an editor for the best selling student travel guide LET’S GO.
His esteemed Harvard thesis on Tang Dynasty frontier poetry won him an honors degree and was contributed to the Harvard Yenching Library following Magna Cum Laude recognition. These cultural advantages, coupled with his first hand, viable experience in the world of pop music and Broadway musicals, has afforded him a unique expertise, for a Westerner, in the commercial Chinese entertainment scene. During his Harvard career, Tom continued to perform his original material as the lead singer of the band Tommy and The Tigers; the band had the honor of playing at CBGBs, the original New York City hardcore and punk rock club, in 2005. During his career, Tom was selected to sing in Harvard's premier co-ed a cappella group, the Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones, where he was a featured tenor for two years, his vocals can be found on Imprudence. Staying on in Boston in 2006, Lowe was chosen to be the face of Massachusetts, the on-camera host for a webseries of international tourism promotional videos under Tourism Massachusetts.
He became the first non-American to sing the national anthem at a Boston Red Sox game. Lowe became the first non-US citizen to appear on American Idol when he auditioned for American Idol's sixth season in Seattle. During Hollywood Week's group round, Lowe sang "How Deep Is Your Love" together with Blake Lewis, Rudy Cardenas and Chris Sligh, to move forward to the top tier of contestants, his encounter with IDOL and X FACTOR has proved to be a source for RUNNER-UP, a new Broadway musical he is co-writing, centered on a fictitious reality show. His rendition of "God Bless America" at The LA Dodgers stadium was broadcast on television to an audience of millions. Lowe performed in a major production of Les Misérables at the Hollywood Bowl, on 8–10 August 2008, this time playing the rebel hero role of Enjolras. In April - May 2009 he starred in Back to Bacharach and David at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre, Hollywood. In 2010, he opened Vegas! The Show at the Saxe Theater, Planet Hollywood Casino and Resort Las Vegas.
His CD, Back to Mine features a collection of original songs in Mandarin, Spanish and English. Lowe is the host of the reality television show, Real Life: The Musical, which debuted on the Oprah Winfrey Network on 9 June 2012 at 10:00 p.m. Tom Lowe in Les Miserables at the Hollywood Bowl Tom Lowe's Music Myspace Tom Lowe on Broadwayworld.com Back to Bacharach and David official website Vegas! The Show cast list
Margaret Ann Hartley, known as Ann Hartley, is a former New Zealand member of parliament, a former Mayor of North Shore City, a member of the Labour Party. Hartley was born in 1942 in the town of Warkworth. Before entering politics, she was a real estate agent. Hartley was the mayor of Birkenhead borough, which in 1989 was absorbed into the newly-created North Shore City, she became mayor of North Shore City. She unsuccessfully contested the Birkenhead electorate in the 1993 election, coming second to National's Ian Revell, she unsuccessfully contested the Northcote electorate in the 1996 election, again coming second to Revell. As she was ranked 47th on Labour's party list in this first MMP election, she did not enter Parliament as a list MP either, she was first elected to Parliament in the 1999 election. She was re-elected for Northcote in 2002, but in 2005 was defeated by Jonathan Coleman, a long-standing rival, she remained in Parliament as a list candidate. Hartley served as the Deputy Speaker of the House in the 47th New Zealand Parliament and the Assistant Speaker from the 2005 general election until her retirement from national politics in February 2008.
She was replaced by former environment minister Marian Hobbs as Assistant Speaker and by Louisa Wall as Labour list MP. In the 2007 local body elections Hartley was elected to the North Shore City Council, left Parliament in 2008 after the summer recess. At the 2010 local government elections, when the North Shore City Council was amalgamated into the single Auckland Council, she stood for the North Shore Ward under the Shore Voice ticket and was successful, she started her new role when the council came into existence on 1 November 2010. Hartley was not re-elected at the 2013 Auckland Council election where she placed third running for re-election to one of the two seats in the North Shore Ward. Hartley was elected to the Kaipātiki Local Board at the 2016 Auckland elections
Earl of Cromer is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, held by members of the Baring family, of German descent. It was created for Evelyn Baring, 1st Viscount Cromer, long time British Consul-General in Egypt, he had been created Baron Cromer, of Cromer in the County of Norfolk, in 1892, Viscount Cromer, of Cromer in the County of Norfolk, in 1899, was made Viscount Errington, of Hexham in the County of Northumberland, Earl of Cromer, in the County of Norfolk, on 8 August 1901. These titles are in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. A member of the influential Baring banking family, Lord Cromer was the son of Henry Baring, third son of Sir Francis Baring, 1st Baronet, he was succeeded by the second Earl, a diplomat and civil servant. His son, the third Earl, was a diplomat and served as British Ambassador to the United States between 1971 and 1974. In 2010 the titles are held by the latter's son, the fourth Earl, who succeeded in 1991; as a descendant of Sir Francis Baring, 1st Baronet, he is in remainder to this title, held by his kinsman the Baron Northbrook.
Evelyn Baring, 1st Baron Howick of Glendale, was the third son of the first Earl. Cromer refers to Cromer in the county of Norfolk; the family seat is Drayton Court, near Somerset. Evelyn Baring, 1st Earl of Cromer Rowland Thomas Baring, 2nd Earl of Cromer George Rowland Stanley Baring, 3rd Earl of Cromer Evelyn Rowland Esmond Baring, 4th Earl of Cromer The heir apparent is the present holder's son Alexander Rowland Harmsworth Baring, Viscount Errington Baron Northbrook Baron Revelstoke Baron Ashburton Baron Howick of Glendale Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages "Baring". Encyclopædia Britannica. 3. 1911. Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Evelyn Rowland Esmond Baring, 4th Earl of Cromer