The economy of Vatican City is supported financially by the sale of stamps, coins and tourist mementos as well as fees for admission to museums and publication sales. The Vatican City state employed 4,822 persons in 2016; the Vatican City issues its own stamps. It has used the euro as its currency since 1 January 1999, owing to a special agreement with the European Union. Euro coins and notes were introduced on 1 January 2002—the Vatican does not issue euro banknotes. Issuance of euro-denominated coins is limited by treaty, though somewhat more than usual is allowed in a year in which there is a change in the papacy; because of their rarity, Vatican euro coins are sought by collectors. Budget revenues: $315 million expenditures: $348 million Industries Printing and production of a small amount of mosaics and staff uniforms. Electricity – production 442 MWh from solar panels. Electricity – imports Electricity supplied by Italy. Currency Euro. Vatican City depends on Italy for practical production of banknotes and other valuable titles.
Owing to their rarity, Vatican euro coins are sought by collectors. The fiscal year is the calendar year. Secretariat for the Economy Index of Vatican City-related articles This article incorporates public domain material from the CIA World Factbook document "2013 edition"
Nicholas Cuccia, better known by his stage name Nick Cravat, was an American actor and stunt performer. Nicholas Cuccia was born in New York City, his real surname was Italian and too hard to pronounce, so he took a stage name, from a character in a play he had seen and liked. Cravat and Burt Lancaster met as youngsters at a summer camp in New York and became lifelong friends, they created an acrobatic act called Lang and Cravat in the early 1930s, joined the Kay Brothers circus in Florida. The pair worked in vaudeville. In 1939, Lancaster suffered a hand injury, they would reunite. He co-starred with Lancaster in nine films, including The Flame and the Arrow, The Crimson Pirate, Run Silent, Run Deep, The Scalphunters and The Island of Dr. Moreau, he played a mute character in several films such as The Flame and the Arrow, The Crimson Pirate, Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier, the TV series The Count of Monte Cristo because his thick Brooklyn accent would have been out of place. He played the "gremlin" on the wing of an airplane in the 1963 Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet".
Cravat had two daughters from his second and final marriage, Marcelina "Marcy" Cravat-Overway and Christina "Tina" Cravat, who goes by the name Tina Cuccia. His first wife, died in the 1950s. Marcy Cravat is an environmental documentary filmmaker, her debut film, Angel Azul, completed in 2014, won 12 awards. The film explores issues related to coral reefs through art activism. Dirt Rich, her second film, explores solutions to reverse the effects of global warming by re-stabilizing safe atmospheric carbon levels by returning carbon to the soil. Cravat died of lung cancer in Woodland Hills, California, on January 29, 1994, at the age of 82, he is interred at North Hollywood's Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery. Nick Cravat at Find a Grave Nick Cravat on IMDb
Stephanie Ann Edwards is an American television personality and actress. Born in Kenyon, Edwards began her career as an actress, but became known as an on-air personality in the 1970s, she co-hosted the forerunner to Good Morning America, jointly with Bill Beutel. She had hosted a similar west coast news and talk program in Southern California, AM Los Angeles along with Ralph Story. Edwards was nominated in 1979 for a Daytime Emmy Award as Outstanding Host or Hostess in a Talk, Service or Variety Series, for her show Everyday, she was the continuing co-host of the Tournament of Roses Parade on Los Angeles television channel KTLA with former game show host Bob Eubanks from 1978 to 2005, resuming again in 2009. She ended her 35-year career as co-host in 2016. For the 2006 KTLA Rose Parade broadcast, Edwards was replaced as Eubanks' co-host in the main booth by KTLA morning news co-anchor Michaela Pereira and reassigned as an on-street reporter. Although all three were billed as co-hosts, the move created a storm of controversy and was seen as insensitive by many of Edwards' fans, as well as by local TV critics.
In 2009, Edwards rejoined Eubanks as co-host of the Tournament of Roses Parade coverage on KTLA. On September 25, 2015, Eubanks revealed. Edwards was the longtime commercial spokesperson for the California-based supermarket chain Lucky Stores from the mid-1980s until they merged with Albertsons. Stephanie Edwards on IMDb