Citations with the tag: COLE, Charles

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  • Tap dancer Honi Coles dies of cancer in N.Y.
     // Jet; 11/30/92, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p58 

    Announces the death of famed tap dancer Charles `Honi' Coles, 81, of cancer. Nest known for Tony award-winning routine in 1983 Broadway musical `My One and Only'; Comments from tap dancer Gregory Hines, who says he was influenced by Coles; Coles's career; Broadway credits; Movie appearances;...

  • Take It on Home!
    Sagolla, Lisa Jo // Back Stage (19305966); 2/18/2010, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p14 

    The article reports on a new center for tappers opened by the American Tap Dance Foundation (ATDF) in Manhattan, New York City. The American Tap Dance Center is located at 154 Christopher Street in Greenwich Village. Founded by tap master Charles Coles in 1986, the ATDF is a nonprofit...

  • Charles Cole, president of First Maryland, says he plans to retire.
    Smith, Franklin // American Banker; 2/2/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 22, p5 

    Reports on First National Bank of Maryland president and chief executive officer (CEO) Charles W. Cole Jr.'s plans to retire from the bank. Bank's total assets; Number of years spent in the organization; Reason for the retirement; Years as president and CEO of the bank and First National;...

  • 2 knit execs are replaced at Burlington.
    Smith, Franklin // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 9/22/1994, Vol. 168 Issue 58, p11 

    Reports on the appointment of Charles E. Cole as president of the knitted fabrics division and of Roger E. Miller as executive vice president of manufacturing of Burlington Industries. Plan to take a pretax restructuring charge; Projected return to profitability of the division.

  • A Fragile Capital: Identity and the Early Years of Columbus, Ohio (Book).
    McCormick, Robert W. // Indiana Magazine of History; Sep2001, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p243 

    Reviews the book "A Fragile Capital: Identity and the Early Years of Columbus, Ohio," by Charles C. Cole Jr.

  • Tony Waag: Artistic Director American Tap Dance Foundation, Inc. How Did He Get Here from There?
    Trevens, Francine L. // Art Times; May/Jun2011, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p9 

    The article features Tony Waag, founder of the New York Tap City event in New York City. It says that Waag has studied tap dance with Diane Montgomery in Colorado and attended tap dance workshop with Brenda Bufalino. It adds that Waag has brought back tap dancing into the forefront of dance...

  • TAPS.
    Aloff, Mindy // New Republic; 12/21/92, Vol. 207 Issue 26, p12 

    Presents information related to Charles Coles, an African-American dancer in New York City. Details about the funeral of Coles; Information on the personal and career background of Coles; Discussion of qualities of Coles as an artist; Popularity achieved by Coles in comparison with white...

  • 'Class Act' Cholly Atkins passes.
    Warren, Charmaine Patricia // New York Amsterdam News; 4/24/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 17, p21 

    Reports on the death of Cholly Atkins, choreographer and the dance partner of Charles Coles in Las Vegas, Nevada. Reason for the death; Role played by dance in his career; Career background of Atkins; Awards won by Atkins during his lifetime; Enhancement in the performance of various dance...

  • A Fragile Capital.
    Carr, Kay J. // Journal of American History; Sep2002, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p622 

    Reviews the book 'A Fragile Capital: Identity and the Early Years of Columbus, Ohio,' by Charles C. Cole Jr.

  • Now for something 'completely different'.
    Clark, Ken // Home Channel News; 8/17/2009, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p1 

    The article reports on the renovation of Cole's Home Solutions in Millington, Tennessee. According to its president Charles Cole, the customers will find a kind of hands-on, service-oriented home improvement laboratory. It notes that the store intended to create something that will stand out...

  • New directions in cognitive information retrieval.
    Schneider, Jesper Wiborg // Information Research; Apr2006, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p20 

    The article reviews the book "New Directions in Cognitive Information Retrieval," edited by Amanda Spink and Charles Cole.

  • ADIDAS AND FIVE TEN CLIMBING HIGHER.
    Ryan, Thomas J. // SGB; Feb2013, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p14 

    The article focuses on the development of product innovation from the merger between the shoe companies Adidas Outdoor and Five Ten in the U.S. It notes that Rolf Reinschmidt of Adidas Outdoor has aimed to enhance the friction and grip of shoes through the Stealth rubber technology from Five...

  • Milestones.
    Ryan, Thomas J. // Time; 2/20/1978, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p94 

    The article presents obituaries for several notable people including former president of Amherst College, Charles Woolsey Cole, former chief counsel to the American Civil Liberties Union, Abraham Lincoln Wirin, and former governor of Louisiana, Sam Houston Jones.

  • CURRENT COMMENT.
    Ryan, Thomas J. // America; 11/11/1950, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p149 

    This section offers world news briefs as of 1950. The Special Political Committee of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly on Spain voted to repeal the second and third parts of the 1946 resolution. The report by banker Daniel W. Bell accounts the conditions of U.S. economic aid to the...

  • VICTORIAN PERIODICALS.
    Wiener, Joel H. // English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920; 1987, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p118 

    Reviews the book "Union List of Victorian Serials," by Richard D. Fulton and Charles Michael Colee.

  • Information Need: A Theory Connecting Information Search to Knowledge Formation.
    Sampson, Margaret // Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Pract; 2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, Special section p1 

    The article reviews the book "Information Need: A Theory Connecting Information Search to Knowledge Formation," by Charles Cole,

  • New Directions in Human Information Behaviour.
    Hultgren, Frances // Information Research; Jul2006, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p23 

    The article reviews the book "New Directions in Human Information Behavior," by Amanda Spink and Charles Cole.

  • The Class of 1951.
    Hultgren, Frances // Time; 6/18/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 25, p48 

    The article reports that about 380,000 students in the U.S. graduated in 1951. Amherst College president Charles W. Cole considers the class of 1951 as special because it is the first truly postwar class and the first class to hold its 50th reunion in the 21st century. Meanwhile, Yale University...

  • The Underachievers.
    Hultgren, Frances // Time; 12/28/1959, Vol. 74 Issue 26, p30 

    The article reports that Amherst College has implemented a program that advices students, who are underachievers to take a one year leave from the university in Massachusetts. Amherst Dean C. Scott Porter states that students who have been advice to take a leave may return in the following fall...

  • GAME & THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE: THE INFLUENCE OF THE CHASE ON SPORTING ART AND SCENERY.
    Hultgren, Frances // New Yorker; 2/23/1981, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p129 

    The article reviews the book "Game & the English Landscape: The Influence of the Chase on Sporting Art and Scenery," by Anthony Vandervell and Charles Coles.

  • PEGGY STORIES/STUDENT'S HANDBOOK OF ENGLISH/ELEMENTS OF COMMERCIAL LAW.
    Hultgren, Frances // Education; Jun1925, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p643 

    This article reviews the books "Peggy Stories," by Milfred Batchelder, "Student's Handbook of English," by Julia A. Spencer, and "Elements of Commercial Law," by Charles B. Cole, edited by Thomas Conyngton.

  • Report Card.
    Hultgren, Frances // Time; 12/16/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 25, p63 

    The article focuses on the lawsuit filed by ten Protestants and Jews against the board of education in Ossining, New York due to its use of a tax-established and supported public school system in helping religious groups spread their belief. It states that the issue started when the board...

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