Louis Kermit Sheets was an actor, playwright and an artistic partner with poet James Broughton. During World War II, Sheets served as a conscientious objector for four years, first in Civilian Public Service Camp no. 21 at Cascade Locks, in Camp Angel near Waldport, where he became part of a gifted group of artists and performers. In 1943 he was one of the founders of the Untide Press, which attempted to bring poetry to the public in an inexpensive but attractive format. Co-founders were writer William Everson, editor William Eshelman and architect and printer Kemper Nomland, he became a close friend of Kemper Nomland. Both men shared interest in graphical design and publication layout, although Sheets was interested in theater and Norland in architecture; some members of this group formed a repertory known as the Interplayers after the war. Led by Sheets, the group produced and performed plays in various theaters until they obtained a home in a champagne warehouse in North Beach, San Francisco.
Sheets founded Centaur Press in San Francisco in 1949 working with James Broughton. The press published and distributed poetry and drama by Broughton, Anaïs Nin, Madeline Gleason and Muriel Rukeyser. Robert Duncan was one of the founders of the San Francisco Renaissance along with Kenneth Rexroth, his Medieval Scenes linked. The Centaur Press volume was designed by Kermit Sheets, who created the title page woodcut, was hand set in Centaur Roman and Frederic Goudy's Deepdene italic. Sheets commissioned Adrian Wilson to print Glen Coffield's The Night is Where you Fly, illustrated by Lee Mullican. Kermit Sheets acted in the short films Loony Tom, The Pleasure Garden and The Bed, all directed by James Broughton; the Pleasure Garden was nominated for a BAFTA award and won the Best Fantastic-Poetic Film award at Cannes. British actor and director Lindsay Anderson was among the cast members. Returning from Europe in 1955, Sheets became managing director of the San Francisco Playhouse, a position he held until the early 1960s.
In 1965 Kermit married Jane Steckle, to be his partner for the next 34 years. Sheets was director of the Center at the Lighthouse for the Blind from 1970 to 1980. Sheets and Broughton co-directed the experimental short film The Golden Positions, a meditation on and catalog of the human body in all its positions and activities, he continued to write short stories after retiring. Kermit Sheets died on 6 April 2006. A collections of his work and memorabilia is preserved by the Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon
José Miguel Monzón Navarro, better known as El Gran Wyoming or Guayo, is a Spanish television presenter, musician and humorist. He graduated in Medicine and was a doctor in the town of Buitrago del Lozoya for a short period of time, he has hosted several programs such as Silencio se juega, La noche se mueve and El peor programa de la semana. Televisión Española refused to broadcast the last episode of the latter because of an interview with the writer Quim Monzó, in which a joke was made about the employment situation of the King's daughter; the official reason given was low ratings of the program. In 1995 he returned to TV on the private channel Telecinco, he presented Caiga quien caiga from 1996 to 2002. He was firstly critical of the last Felipe Gonzalez's socialist government and against the conservative government of José María Aznar. In 2004 he obtained another program in Televisión Española: La azotea de Wyoming. On 4 March 2005 it was moved from Wednesday to Sundays due to the low ratings, in 14 March it was cancelled.
Since 2006 he presents El Intermedio on laSexta, has been the scourge of PP by systematically reporting all problems of corruption within the ruling party. 1990, Un vago, dos vagos, tres vagos. Ed. Temas de Hoy. ISBN 84-7880-885-X 1993, Te quiero personalmente. Editorial Anagrama. ISBN 978-84-339-1494-1 1997, Las aventuras del mapache. Ed. Alfaguara. ISBN 84-204-5700-0 2000, Janos, el niño que soñaba despierto. Ed. Agruparte. Colección de Cuentos Musicales "La mota de polvo" ISBN 978-84-95423-10-8 2013, No estamos locos. Planeta. ISBN 9788408118657 2014, No estamos solos. Planeta. ISBN 9788408131557 2016, ¡De rodillas, Monzón!. Planeta. ISBN 9788408154921
The 2016 German Open was a men's tennis tournament played on outdoor red clay courts. It was the 110th edition of the German Open and part of the ATP World Tour 500 series of the 2016 ATP World Tour, it took place at the Am Rothenbaum in Hamburg, from July 11 through 17, 2016. 1 Rankings are as of June 27, 2016 The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Florian Mayer Marvin Möller Louis WesselsThe following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Steven Diez Thiago Monteiro Daniil Medvedev Jan Šátral Before the tournament Kevin Anderson →replaced by Mikhail Youzhny Roberto Bautista Agut →replaced by Stéphane Robert Pablo Carreño Busta →replaced by Jan-Lennard Struff Federico Delbonis →replaced by Thomas Fabbiano Fabio Fognini →replaced by Igor Sijsling Malek Jaziri →replaced by Carlos Berlocq Juan Mónaco →replaced by Máximo González Guido Pella →replaced by Gerald Melzer Lucas Pouille →replaced by Mischa Zverev Lukáš Rosol →replaced by Kenny de Schepper Dominic Thiem →replaced by Renzo Olivo Jiří Veselý →replaced by Grega Žemlja Rankings are as of June 27, 2016 The following pairs received wildcards into the doubles main draw: Andre Begemann / Jan-Lennard Struff Alexander Zverev / Mischa ZverevThe following pair received entry from the qualifying draw: Kenny de Schepper / Axel MichonThe following pair received entry as lucky losers: Daniel Masur / Cedrik-Marcel Stebe Before the tournament Florian Mayer Martin Kližan def.
The General Electric F118 is a non-afterburning turbofan engine produced by GE Aviation, is derived from the General Electric F110 afterburning turbofan. The F118 is a non-afterburning derivative of the F110 specially developed for the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber. A single stage HP turbine drives the 9 stage HP compressor, while a 2-stage LP turbine drives the 3 stage fan; the combustor is annular. In 1998, the USAF's Lockheed U-2S fleet was fitted with a modified version of the F118. F118-GE-100 Variant for the B-2 F118-GE-101 Variant for the U-2S Lockheed U-2S Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit Data from Type: Two Spool turbofan Length: 101 in Diameter: 46.5 in Dry weight: 3,200 lb Compressor: Axial, 1 stage fan, 2 stage LP compressor, 9 stage HP compressor Combustors: Annular Turbine: 1 stage HP turbine, 2 stage LP turbine Maximum thrust: 19,000 lbf Overall pressure ratio: 35:1 Thrust-to-weight ratio: 5.9:1 Related development General Electric F101 General Electric F110 Related lists List of aircraft engines GE Aviation Military Engines page
François l'Hermite was a French dramatist who wrote under the name Tristan l'Hermite. He was born at the Château de Soliers in the Haute Marche, his adventures began early, for he killed his enemy in a duel at the age of thirteen, was obliged to flee to England. The story of his childhood and youth he embroiders in the Page disgracie, he was, in poet to Gaston d'Orléans, to the duchesse de Chaulnes and the duke of Guise. His first tragedy, was his best, it was followed by La Mort de Seneque, La Mort de Crispe and the Parasite. He was the author of some admirable lyrics. Three of his best plays are printed in the Théâtre français of 1737, he took his pseudonym from Tristan l'Hermite, a shadowy figure of the late Middle Ages, provost of the marshals of the King's household under Louis XI of France. He died due to tuberculosis. Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Tristan l'Hermite, François". Encyclopædia Britannica. 27. Cambridge University Press.
Works by or about François Tristan l'Hermite at François Tristan. Poésies, edited by Philip A. Wadsworth, 1962. L'Hermite, François Tristan. Les Vers héroïques, edited by Catherine M. Grisé, 1967. Abraham, Claude K. Jerome Schweitzer, Jacqueline Vam Baelen, editors, Le Théâtre complet de Tristan L'Hermite, 1975. Abraham, Claude K; the Strangers: Tragic World of Tristan L'Hermite, 1969, 1989