Boy Meets World is an American television sitcom created and produced by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly. The show aired on the ABC network from September 1993 to May 5, 2000, lasting seven seasons; the show chronicles the everyday life-lessons of Cory Matthews. It stars Cory's teacher George Feeny, best friend Shawn Hunter, brother Eric, love interest Topanga; the show features Cory's father Alan, mother Amy, sister Morgan, while introducing the characters Angela Moore, Rachel McGuire, Jonathan Turner, Eli Williams, Jack Hunter during its seasons. The first season begins with Cory Matthews and his best friend Shawn Hunter, two average sixth-graders, they do not care despite the efforts of their longtime teacher George Feeny. Their main interest is sports, though Shawn and Cory begin to express an interest in girls; this season focuses on Cory's relationships with the other characters in the show. He begins to respect them for all that they do, his relationship with his elder brother Eric becomes confusing as Eric's constant obsession with girls is foreign to Cory, he becomes more protective of his younger sister Morgan.
Cory begins to show interest in Topanga, a smart outsider in his class, though he hides this by insulting and berating her. Cory and Topanga have known each other since they were kids, making romance in their relationship more predictable. Cory and Shawn's friendship is tested for the first time, Cory must choose between doing what Shawn wants him to do and doing what is best for their friendship. During the second season, Cory and Shawn start high school and meet Jonathan Turner, an unconventional English teacher. Although they view Mr. Turner as cool, they soon realize that he is a teacher above all else, which earns him the nickname "Feeny with an earring" from Cory. Throughout the second season and Shawn try a variety of ways to become popular with their classmates. In doing so, they nearly get in trouble with Mr. Feeny. Though Shawn becomes more popular, he maintains his close friendship with the less popular Cory. Shawn's mother Virna deserts her husband Chet, which upsets Shawn greatly.
Chet leaves to find Virna. After this occurs, Shawn lives with Cory and his parents, but soon figures out that it's just not the right fit for him, moves in with Mr. Turner. Cory tries at some points to begin a relationship with Topanga, but this is because he does not want to be left out of the dating game. Sensing this, Topanga is wary of his advances, despite the mutual attraction, the two do not date during this season. During the third season, Cory admits that he wants to ask out Topanga but cannot work up the courage to do it, his best friend Shawn asks her out. Although Cory was hurt, he soon realized Shawn set the whole thing up so he could unite Cory and Topanga and make Cory confess his feelings for her, he tells her how he feels, they become a couple. In the third season and Topanga are worried that their relationship has hit a rut, decide it would be best to break up while they are still able to keep the friendship, they get back together a few months when Cory follows her to Disney World to win her back.
Eric spends this season trying to make up for his first three years of slacking off in high school. He makes progress, he decides to take a year off and figure things out, beginning with a summer road trip. After finding out in the season finale that Cory feels estranged from him, Eric invites Cory along for the ride. Shawn nearly makes several life-changing blunders this season, but Cory and Mr. Turner help him to make the right choices. Cory endures several tests of character this season—everything from being credited for a great deed, to being insistently pursued by another girl while he is with Topanga. Sometimes Cory makes the right decision, sometimes the wrong one, but he learns from each; the fourth season opens with Eric's return from their road trip. In this season, Eric finds himself confronted with life after high school. After having a couple of jobs and meeting people that teach him some interesting lessons, Eric decides to retake the SAT and give college another try; the Matthews' patriarch Alan decides to quit his job and open a sporting goods store with Eric as his partner.
Topanga's mother is transferred at her job to Pittsburgh, over 300 miles from Philadelphia. The news devastates Cory. Topanga's parents decide. Shawn's mother returns for a brief period but leaves again under unknown circumstances at some point between season 4 and season 6; that school year, Mr. Turner gets into a severe motorcycle accident in which he dies; the next year Eric moves out of his parents’ house and begins college at the fictional Pennbrook University. He moves into an apartment with Jack. Shawn clearly
Manny Tolentino is a former tennis player from the Philippines. Tolentino represented his native country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, where he was defeated in the first round by the United States' Eric Amend; the right-hander reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on 31 August 1987, when he became world No. 437. Tolentino participated in Davis Cup ties for the Philippines from 1984–1987, posting a 4-5 record in singles. Manny Tolentino now is married to his wife, Rosario, he has three kids who are Camille and Noah. Manny Tolentino at the Association of Tennis Professionals Manny Tolentino at the International Tennis Federation Manny Tolentino at the Davis Cup
Milena Bertolini is an Italian former footballer and current manager of the Italy women's national team. As the national team coach, she led Italy to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup following a twenty year absence. Bertolini began her youth career with U. S. Correggese, before moving to Reggiana in 1984; the team won the Serie B title in the 1985–86 season, therefore earning promotion to Serie A. After spells at Modena Euromobil and Prato, she returned to Reggiana in 1990, helping the team to win the Serie A title, she went on to play for Woman Sassari, A. S. D. Bologna, Aircargo Agliana and Fiammamonza. In 1996, she joined Modena Femminile, winning the league title in both her seasons at the club, along with the Supercoppa Italiana in 1997. In 1998, she joined Pisa S. C. F. before moving to Foroni Verona where she played until her retirement in 2001. In 2018, she was the woman footballer inductee to the Italian Football Hall of Fame. Following her retirement in 2001, she became an assistant coach at Foroni Verona, the club she last played at, with the team winning the 2001–02 Coppa Italia.
The following season, she was promoted as the team's head coach, leading them to Supercoppa Italiana and Serie A titles. In 2004, she returned to her former club Reggiana, winning the 2009–10 Coppa Italia during her tenure. In 2012, she joined Brescia, where she won two Serie A titles, two Coppa Italia titles and three Supercoppa Italiana titles. During her managerial career in Serie A, she won the Panchina d'Oro award as the best manager of the season on six occasions. At the end of the 2010–11 season, Bertolini obtained a UEFA Pro Licence, allowing her to coach a high level men's team. In August 2017, she was appointed as the head coach of the Italy women's national team. In 2019 Women's World Cup qualification, she helped the team to win their qualifying group with only one loss, thus qualifying for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France; the tournament is Italy's third appearance at the FIFA Women's World Cup, their first qualification after a twenty year absence. Reggiana Serie A: 1990–91 Coppa Italia: 1988–89 Serie B: 1985–86Modena Serie A: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercoppa Italiana: 1997Individual Italian Football Hall of Fame, woman footballer: 2018 Foroni Verona Serie A: 2002–03 Supercoppa Italiana: 2002Reggiana Coppa Italia: 2009–10Brescia Serie A: 2013–14, 2015–16 Coppa Italia: 2014–15, 2015–16 Supercoppa Italiana: 2014, 2015, 2016Individual Panchina d'Oro of Serie A Femminile: 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16 General references Barboni, Luca.
"Carriera calcistica di Milena Bertolini dal 1991 al 1999". Annuario del calcio femminile 1999–2000. Fornacette. Mariposa S.r.l. P. 14. Barboni, Luca. Annuario del calcio femminile 2002–2003. Edizioni Etruria Football Club. Milena Bertolini coach profile at Soccerway Milena Bertolini at WorldFootball.net
The Rochester Numismatic Association is a not-for-profit organization with an educational mission. The RNA was organized in 1912 by a group of local collectors to attract the American Numismatic Association's annual convention to Rochester, New York, USA, they met with success. The RNA has met continuously since 1912. Only one local coin club, the Boston Numismatic Society, founded in 1860, has a longer record of continuous meetings; the RNA is located in Rochester, New York with a active regional membership. Many members have retained their membership after leaving the area. Now, the RNA boasts a membership that reaches across the continental US; each fall the RNA holds a regional coin show at the Rochester Museum and Science Center which attracts dealers and attendees from around Western New York. The RNA was formed in January 1912 by Dr. George P. French with 32 charter members; the first meeting attracted 15 coin collectors. Dr. French collected other curiosities besides coins, his curios included the clothes worn by General Tom Thumb, one of the world's smallest men, Peter the Great.
One of the first acts of Dr. French was to have the RNA join the American Numismatic Association as Branch 2; the Chicago Numismatic Society had become ANA Branch 1 in 1904. At the first annual banquet in 1913, a two-inch bronze portrait medal was presented to Dr. French, the retiring president; this tradition has continued to this day. During World War II, plastic impressions were made from the dies and presented at the annual banquet. At the war's end, bronze pieces were struck from the original dies. Joseph A. Koeb, a charter member of the RNA, was the club's first member-sculptor. An artisan employed by Bastian Brothers of Rochester, he hand cut the dies in steel for the American Numismatic Association badge for the convention of 1912, held in Rochester, NY; as official club sculptor, he designed the reverses common to all medals from 1912 to 1952 and all the portraits of past presidents from 1912 to 1921. In 1921 Alphonse A. Kolb, another member-sculptor, began. Alphonse A. Kolb designed many medals for both the ANA and the RNA.
The Rochester Numismatic Association has hosted three ANA Conventions, in 1912 at the Hotel Rochester, in 1917 at the Memorial Art Gallery and in 1928 at the Seneca Hotel. An existing photograph of the 1912 convention shows the 47 people who attended and the number included only two women. Photos of the 1917 Convention show fewer people but many more women present; this is thought to reflect the social aspects of early coin conventions. From the beginning the club has maintained both a circulating library; the curator brings selections to meetings for display. When the pieces complement the talk given that evening. In 1947, the RNA sponsored the Rochester Junior Numismatic Association under the leadership of Edward F. Meinhart, the 31st president of the senior group. Since the RJNA has met independently on a monthly basis. Many RJNA members continue on to join the RNA; each spring the RNA sponsors a speaking contest named to honor Edward F. Meinhart; the contest is open to young numismatists and is intended to encourage the study and enjoyment of numismatics.
Every participant is given a trophy and the winner is given a plaque. Each year the RNA honors the immediate past president with a banquet; this tradition started with Dr. George P. French; the early medals were created by RNA members and accomplished artists Joseph A. Koeb and Alphonse Anton Kolb; the RNA is a member organization of: American Numismatic Association, American Numismatic Society, Royal Canadian Numismatic Association, Empire State Numismatic Association and Medal Society, Rochester Museum and Science Center Exonumia Numismatics Coin collecting Regular issue coinage Coin grading The Official Web Site of the Rochester Numismatic Association
The Bayside Yankees is a traveling baseball team based out of the New York City area that comprises five teams consisting of players ranging in age from 12 to 18 years old. With a tradition rich of winning championships and producing top baseball talents, Bayside has built the reputation as one of the best amateur baseball organizations in the country and history of travel baseball. Thus, they have adopted for themselves the nickname, "Aaaaaaamerica's Team". Founder and head coach of the Senior Yankees, Marc Cuseta, has gained notoriety among all of baseball coaches by leading Bayside through numerous national championships and producing top level talents who extend to play college and professional baseball, he and his coaches recruit and accept top talent players from across the country who show a love for the game, setting their season to compete in prestigious national tournaments against the elite teams in the nation. Their goals are not only to win, but to further develop the players and allow them to gain as much exposure possible to college coaches and Major League Baseball.
Many college programs and professional organizations, have called upon Cuseta to send his talented players to their college and organization. In its history, Bayside Yankee players have earned scholarships to universities such as the University of Miami, Clemson University, Vanderbilt University, St. John's University, Duke University, Wake Forest University, University of North Carolina, University of Arizona, Georgia Tech, University of Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Virginia Tech, University of Pittsburgh, Tulane University, University of Kentucky, top junior colleges. Dozens of Bayside Yankee players have moved onto professional baseball careers. After finishing the 2012 summer season and going 1-2 in the Connie Mack World Series, Cuseta has 1,999 wins in amateur baseball. 2,000 should come soon as the BY's start their 2012 fall season. NABF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1983, 1986, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008CABA SENIOR WORLD CHAMPIONS 1997, 1998, 1999 & 2003NABF REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,& 2006NEW YORK LIBERTY TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006, & 2007EAST COBB SUMMER CLASSIC CHAMPIONS 2005ALABAMA BOMBERS SUMMER CLASSIC CHAMPIONS 2005JOE GRACI MEMORIAL TOURNANMENT 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, & 2007NEW YORK CITY FEDERATION CHAMPIONS 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 & 1992LONG ISLAND BASEBALL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 1999BIG APPLE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1998, 1992 & 1996SUFFOLK COUNTY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 1992NABF JUNIOR MID ATLANTIC REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 1993, 1994, 2006FABL SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPIONS 1994, 1995, 1996, 2001, & 2006EAST COBB WOOD BAT TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 2000NATIONAL JUNIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, & 2006ATLANTIC COAST ELITE BASEBALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2001, 2002 & 2004USA BASEBALL JUNIOR OLYMPIC SUPER SERIES CHAMPIONS 1993AABC NORTH ATLANTIC REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 2003SENIOR PREMIER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 2006, 2007OSCEOLA COUNTY INVITATIONAL 16U 2007 The organization has different teams according to age: 12u,14u, 16u, 17u, 18u The teams participate in'Fall Ball' that takes place in August through October to help give the players more exposure to college and professional scouts.
In the past trips have included Rhode Island, North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina. Showing drafting team & year when drafted Dereck Adair............... Philadelphia Phillies Garvin Alston.............. Colorado Rockies Pedro Alvarez.............. Pittsburgh Pirates Corey Baker................... St. Louis Cardinals Rocco Baldelli............. Tampa Bay Devil Rays Jason Bergmann............. Montreal Expos Jaff Decker................ San Diego Padres Nick Derba................. St. Louis Cardinals Eric Duncan................ New York Yankees Tim Federowicz............. Boston Red Sox Anthony Giarratano......... Detroit Tigers Ross Gload................. Florida Marlins Tony Graffanino............ Atlanta Braves Craig Hansen............... Boston Red Sox Nick Hundley............... San Diego Padres Jim Johnson................ Baltimore Orioles Steve Karsay............... Toronto Blue Jays Billy Koch................. Toronto Blue Jays John Lannan................ Washington Nationals Jonathan Lester............
Boston Red Sox Jim Mecir.................. Seattle Mariners Evan Meek.................. Minnesota Twins Peter Munro................ Boston Red Sox Cody Ross.................. Detroit Tigers Corey Smith................ Cleveland Indians Will Smith.................. Philadelphia Phillies Walt Weiss................. Oakland Athletics Brian Wilson............... San Francisco Giants Zach Braziller. "New York Nine-Bayside Yankees merger'best of both worlds'". New York Post. Retrieved September 1, 2010. Mitch Abramson. "Ian Millman and Marc Cuseta unite Bayside Yankees and New York Nine to form travel baseball giant". New York Daily News. Retrieved September 1, 2010
A Sea of Faces is an album by avant-garde jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp recorded in Milan, Italy, on August 4 & 5, 1975, released on the Italian Black Saint label. It features performances by Shepp with Charles Greenlee, Dave Burrell, Cameron Brown, Beaver Harris, Rafi Taha and Bunny Foy. "Hipnosis" – 26:10 "Song for Mozambique/Poem: A Sea of Faces" – 8:12 "I Know'Bout the Life" – 5:20 "Lookin' for Someone to Love" – 9:34 Recorded in Milan, August 4 & 5, 1975 Archie Shepp - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, vocals Charles Greenlee - trombone, vocals Dave Burrell - piano Cameron Brown - bass Beaver Harris - drums, vocals Rafi Taha - vocals Bunny Foy - vocals, percussion