Citations with the tag: ROSS, Barney
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- Chicago office a snake charmer.
// Architectural Record; Feb96 Lighting, Vol. 184 Issue 2, p5
Reports on the use of `The Snake Light' lighting from Snake Lights by Ross Barney, Jankowski Architects for its offices in the Inland Steel Building in Chicago, Illinois. Materials of the fixtures; Features of the office space.
- OUT OF THIS I AM GETTING NOT A NYICKL.
Blount, Roy // Sports Illustrated; 05/31/1971, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p62
The article features boxing fight promoter George Parnassus. Parnassus was born in Greece and in 1915 he migrated in Los Angeles, California where he worked as a dishwasher and hat checker. He established a restaurant business in Phoenix, Arizona where most of the customers were Mexican and many...
Barney, Carol Ross // People; 10/29/2001, Vol. 56 Issue 18, p106
Presents an interview with Carolyn Ross Barney, chief architect of the federal center to be built in Oklahoma City to replace the Alfred P. Murrah building, concerning the safety of high-rise buildings.
- Barrington Area Library.
Hoyt, Charles K. // Architectural Record; Jun1995, Vol. 183 Issue 6, p100
Focuses on the design and construction of the Barrington Area Library in Barrington, Illinois by architect Ross Barney Jankowski Inc. Design features; Floor area; Total budget; Problems encountered.
- FEBRUARY 7.
Hoyt, Charles K. // Day by Day in Jewish Sports History; 2008, p38
The article offers information on several sports events, sports records and achievements of Jewish players which took place in history on February 7. In 1934, boxer Barney Ross retained his world junior welterweight title after winning boxing event held in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1971, tennis...
- DECEMBER 23.
Hoyt, Charles K. // Day by Day in Jewish Sports History; 2008, p358
The article offers information on various sporting events, sports records and achievement of Jewish athletes that took place in history on December 23. Some of them include Sam Winograd, Moe Goldman and Dan Grunfeld. It also talks about outfielder Max Rosenfeld, golfer Herman Barron and boxer...
- Commercial First Prize.
Hoyt, Charles K. // Stone World; Jul2007, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p304
The article announces that the Oklahoma City Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma by Ross Barney Architects has received the Commercial First Prize at the annual Prism Stone in Architecture Awards.
- Little Village Academy.
Pearson, Clifford // Architectural Record; Jul2003 Supplement, Vol. 191, p26
The article features the Little Village Academy in Chicago, Illinois. The 68,000 square foot school was designed by Ross + Jankowski Architects Carol Ross Barney, Susan Budinsky and Eric Martin. It was opened in 2002 and its construction cost was $7 million. Its school buildings reflect Latin...
- Three-Time Champ at One Time.
Treadwell, Alexander F. // Sports Illustrated; 01/06/1969, Vol. 30 Issue 1, pEM3
The article presents the story of three-time professional boxing champion Henry Armstrong. On March 12, 1937 at the Madison Square Garden in Long Island City, New York, Armstrong defeated Mike Belloise in the fourth round of the fight. Armstrong became the world's featherweight champion in...
- Chicago firm to design replacement for bombed federal building.
Kamin, Blair // Architectural Record; Apr1997, Vol. 185 Issue 4, p37
Reports that the Chicago-based Ross Barney Jankowski Inc. has been selected to design a replacement complex of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Details on the massive bombing of the building; Probable site for the federal complex; Completion date for the project; Project...
- MAIN BRANCH RIVERWALK CHICAGO.
S. H. // Architect; Nov2010, Vol. 99 Issue 11, p99
The article reviews the architectural design of the Main Branch Riverwalk in Chicago, Illinois by Ross Barney Architects, which received citation at the second Annual Design Review.
- Complex security issues affect Murrah replacement.
Connors, Thomas // Architectural Record; Oct1999, Vol. 187 Issue 10, p64
Reports that Ross Barney Jankowski has met with the peer review panel of the United States General Services Administration's (GSA) Design Excellence Program to examine the firm's design for Federal Campus, the replacement facility for the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. ...
- Chapter 97: Three Jewish Heroes of World War II.
Connors, Thomas // Jewish Heroes & Heroines of America; 2004, p200
This chapter features some Jewish heroes during World War II. U.S. Sergeant Meyer Levin and his teammate, Captain Colin Kelly were flying off the coast of the Philippines when they spotted the Japanese battleship Haruna. At that moment, Levin, who was the bombardier, launched his bombs resulting...
- SEPTEMBER 1.
Connors, Thomas // Day by Day in Jewish Sports History; 2008, p245
The article offers information on various sports events, sports records and achievements of the Jewish players which took place on September 1 of different years. It mentions that athlete Myer Prinstein won the long jump at the Olympics in St. Louis in 1904. It states that boxer Barney Ross made...
- Dream builder.
Weissmann, Dan // Crain's Chicago Business; 9/25/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 39, p74
The article offers information on media resources liked by Carol Ross Barney, founder and design principal at Ross Barney + Jankowski Inc. She looks at TV morning news daily to check the weather. She also reads Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune and Wall Street Journal during her daily commute....
- Exposing aggregate, protecting property in Oklahoma City.
Prokopy, Steven // Concrete Products; Jan2004, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p12
Features the new Federal Building replacing the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Move of the U.S. Small Business Administration into their new offices in the building; Design of the property made by the architects of Ross Barney + Jankowski Inc.; Incorporation of...
- Fight Talk.
Prokopy, Steven // Time; 8/10/1962, Vol. 80 Issue 06, p50
The article focuses on the endeavor of American boxer Charles Liston to defeat World Champion Floyd Patterson in a Heavyweight Championship bout in the U.S. It highlights the workouts undertaken by Liston to improve his speed, stamina, and agility. Comments of former Welterweight champion Barney...
- FAIR PLAY.
MCCANN, HANNAH // Architect; Mar2009, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p48
The article focuses on the study "Diversity in Architecture Firms: Finding a Work/Life Balance," which examined what architecture firms were doing right and wrong to foster an inclusive, woman- and minority-friendly working environment. Research author Karen Rust studied Chicago, Illinois-area...
- A Boxer at War.
Mortimer, Gavin // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History; Spring2013, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p26
The article presents a profile of the U.S. boxer and World War II veteran Barney Ross. Details are given describing how Ross was a popular celebrity before the war, having accomplished an 81-match career as a champion boxer who never suffered a knock-out. Accounts are then provided describing...