Francis Pharcellus Church

Francis Pharcellus Church was an American publisher and editor. He was a member of the Century Association, he was born in Rochester, New York and graduated from Columbia College of Columbia University in New York City in 1859. With his brother William Conant Church he established The Army and Navy Journal in 1863, Galaxy magazine in 1866, he was a lead editorial writer on his brother's newspaper, the New York Sun, it was in that capacity that in 1897 he wrote his most famous editorial, "Yes, there is a Santa Claus". In this editorial he responds to a young girl's question if there is a Santa Claus, writing that he exists "as as love and generosity and devotion exist"; the editorial was uncharacteristic of Church's style. Church died in New York City, aged 67, was buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York, he had no children. Church was portrayed by Charles Bronson in a 1991 film based on the Virginia story, his character was voiced by Sidney Miller and by Alfred Molina in animated short films in 1974 and 2009 respectively.

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Premakke Sai

Premakke Sai is a 2001 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy which marked his debut in Kannada films; the film was produced by C. Ashwini Dutt; the film stars Shaheen Khan, Prakash Rai and Kasthuri in the leading roles. The film was a remake of Telugu film Chiru Navvuto directed by G. Ram Prasad and written by Trivikram Srinivas; the film was remade in Tamil as Youth. The music was composed by Mani Sharma; the music was composed by lyrics written by K. Kalyan. A total of 7 tracks have been composed for the audio rights brought by Ashwini Audio; the film had an uncredited remake in Hindi called Muskurake Dekh Zara. Movie review at Sify Songs at

Sunday Night (American TV program)

Sunday Night named Michelob Presents Night Music, is a late-night television show which aired for two seasons between 1988 and 1990 as a showcase for jazz and eclectic musical artists. It was hosted by Jools Holland and David Sanborn, featured Marcus Miller as musical director. Guests included acts such as Sonny Rollins, Sister Carol, Sonic Youth, Richard Thompson, Jo-El Sonnier, Joe Sample, Slim Gaillard, Elliott Sharp, Pere Ubu, Pharoah Sanders, many others. In addition, vintage clips of jazz legends like Thelonious Monk, Dave Brubeck, Billie Holiday were featured; the show featured a house band of Omar Hakim, Marcus Miller, Philippe Saisse, David Sanborn, Hiram Bullock, Jools Holland. The show allowed its guests ample time to explain the origins of their sound, meaning of songs, etc, it provided a national audience for lesser-known acts. Hal Willner was the music coordinator, responsible for the interesting musical mix-and-matching that took place on the show. All About Jazz discussion forum, with detailed episode listings, as copied from Broadway Video defunct web site listing It was the greatest show on television, Thus Spake Drake blog, July 23, 2005, with production details, episode listings, partial song performance listings Petition to reissue Night Music TV series on DVD or iTunes Sunday Night / Michelob Presents Night Music on IMDb