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1099 - 1st Crusaders capture, plunder Jerusalem

1205 - Pope Innocent III states Jews are doomed to perpetual servitude and subjugation due to crucifixion of Jesus

1207 - John of England expels Canterbury monks for supporting Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton.

1240 - A Novgorodian army led by Alexander Nevsky defeats the Swedes in the Battle of the Neva.

1307 - Duke Henrik van Karinthi chosen king of Bohemia

1381 - John Ball, a leader in the Peasants' Revolt, is hanged, drawn and quartered in the presence of Richard II of England.

1410 - Battle of Tannenburg-Teutonic Knights vs King Ladislas II of Poland

1500 - Duke Albrecht of Saxon beats Friese rebellion

1500 - "Blood Wedding" of Astorre Baglione & Lavinia Colonna in Perugia family Baglione massacre

1501 - Explorer Pedro Cabral back in Lisbon

1524 - Emperor Karel I bans German national synode

1538 - Peace talks between Karel & King Francois I

1662 - King Charles II charters Royal Society in London

1741 - Alexei Chirikov sights land in Southeast Alaska. He sends men ashore in a longboat, making them the first Europeans to visit Alaska.

1755 - French ambassador recalled from London

1779 - US troops under Gen A Wayne conquer Ft Stony Point, NY

1783 - 1st steamboat, Pyroscaphe, 1st run in France

1787 - Parliament of Paris banished to Troyes

1789 - Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette, is named by acclamation colonel-general of the new National Guard of Paris.

1795 - "Marseillaise" becomes French national anthem

1799 - The Rosetta Stone is found in the Egyptian village of Rosetta by French Captain Pierre-François Bouchard during Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign. The Rosetta Stone is an ancient Egyptian granodiorite stele inscribed with a decree issued at Memphis, Egypt in 196 BC on behalf of King Ptolemy V. The decree appears in three scripts: the upper text is Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, the middle portion demotic script, and the lowest Ancient Greek. Because it presents essentially the same text in all three scripts (with some minor differences between them), it provided the key to the modern understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphs.

1806 - Zebulon Pike began his journey to explore the Southwest

1808 - French marshal Joachim Murat becomes king of Naples

1815 - Napoleon Bonaparte surrenders at Rochefort & is later exiled on St Helena

1815 - 1st flat horse race held on Nottingham Hill at Cheltenham, England (day and month TBC)

1823 - A fire destroys the ancient Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls in Rome.

1830 - 3 Indian tribes, Sioux, Sauk & Fox, signs a treaty giving the US most of Minnesota, Iowa & Missouri

1840 - England, Russia, Austria & Prussia signs Quadruple Alliance

1850 - John Wisden bowls all 10 South batsmen, North v South at Lord's

1856 - Natal forms as a British colony separate from Cape Colony

1862 - CSS Arkansas vs USS Cardondelet & Queen of the West engage at Yazoo R

1863 - Pres Davis orders service duty for confederate army

1864 - Troop train loaded with Confederate prisoners collided with a coal train killing 65 & injuring 109 of 955 aboard

1867 - SF Merchant's Exchange opens

1869 - Margarine is patented by Hippolye Méga-Mouriès for use by French Navy

1870 - Georgia becomes last confederate to be readmitted to US

1870 - Manitoba becomes 5th Canadian province & NW Territories created

1870 - Hudson's Bay & Northwest Territories transferred to Canada

1876 - Baseball's 1st no-hitter, St Louis' George W Bradley no-hits Hartford

1888 - Bandai volcano (Japan) erupts for 1st time in 1,000 years

1893 - Commodore Perry arrives in Japan

1900 - President Steyn/General De Law escape Brandwater Basin

1901 - NY Giant Christy Mathewson no-hits St Louis, 5-0

1902 - Ranjitsinhji scores 180 before lunch, for Sussex v Surrey

1904 - 1st Buddhist temple in US forms, Los Angeles

1906 - Republic museum opens Rembrandt hall in Amsterdam

1909 - Ty Cobb hits 2 inside-the-park HRs

1911 - 46" of rain (begining 7/14) falls in Baguio, Philippines

1912 - British National Health Insurance Act goes into effect

1914 - Mexican president Huerta flees with 2 million pesos to Europe

1916 - 22.22" (56.4 cm) of rain falls in Altapass NC (state record)

1916 - Boeing Co (Pacific Aero) formed by William Boeing in Seattle Wash

1918 - 2nd Battle of Marne began during WW I

1920 - Ruth ties his record of 29 HRs in a season

1922 - 1st duck-billed platypus publicly exhibited in US, at NY zoo

1922 - 26th US Golf Open: Gene Sarazen shoots a 288 at Skokie CC in Ill

1923 - 27th US Golf Open: Bobby Jones shoots a 296 at Inwood CC in NY

1923 - Italian parliament accepts new constitution

1926 - VPRO (Free thinking Protestant Radio Broadcast) forms

1927 - 62nd British Golf Open: Bobby Jones shoots a 285 at St Andrews

1927 - Massacre of July 15, 1927: 89 protesters are killed by the Austrian police in Vienna.

1929 - 1st airport hotel opens-Oakland Ca

1932 - President Hoover cuts own salary 15%

1933 - Wiley Post began 1st solo flight around world

1934 - Continental Airlines commences operations.

1936 - Dutch 2nd Chamber agree to temporarily increase defense budget

1937 - Buchenwald Concentration Camp opens

1937 - Japanese attack Marco Polo Bridge, invade China

1938 - Arthur Fagg completes 244 & 202 in the same cricket game for Kent

1939 - Clara Adams (NYC) is 1st woman to complete round world flight

1940 - 1st betatron placed in operation, Urbana, Il

1940 - Nazi occupiers seize library of IISG Amsterdam

1941 - Florey & Heatley present freeze dried mold cultures (Penicillin)

1942 - 1st deportation camp at Westerbork, Jews sent to Auschwitz

1942 - Dutch Jews invoked for "Labor camps"

1944 - Greenwich Observatory damaged by WW II flying bomb

1945 - 27th PGA Championship: Byron Nelson at Morraine CC Dayton Ohio

1946 - British North Borneo Co transfers rights to British crown

1948 - Alcoholic Anonymous founded in Britain

1948 - Pres Truman nominated for another term (Phila)

1949 - "Miss Liberty" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 308 performances

1949 - Czech tennis stars Jaroslav Drobny & Vladimir Cernik, defect to US

1949 - WBTV TV channel 3 in Charlotte, NC (CBS) begins broadcasting

1952 - 1st transatlantic helicopter flight begins

1952 - Gerald D Lascelles (under English princess Mary) weds Angela Dowding

1954 - 110°F (43°C) at Balcony Falls, Virginia (state record)

1954 - 1st coml jet transport plane built in US tested (Boeing 707)

1954 - KOCO TV channel 5 in Oklahoma City, OK (ABC) begins broadcasting

1954 - WBOC TV channel 16 in Salisbury, MD (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1955 - WNDU TV channel 16 in South Bend, IN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955 - Eighteen Nobel laureates sign the Mainau Declaration against nuclear weapons, later co-signed by thirty-four others.

1956 - Beverly Hanson/Kathy Cornelius wins LPGA Hot Springs Golf Invitational

1956 - Iharos runs world record 10k (28:42.8)

1957 - Dutch Super Constellation crashes near New Guinea, 56 die

1957 - US performs nuclear Test at Nevada Test Site

1958 - Pres Eisenhower sends US troops to Lebanon; they stay 3 months

1958 - US marines deployed in Lebanon

1959 - The steel strike of 1959 begins, leading to significant importation of foreign steel for the first time in United States history.

1960 - Balt Orioles' Brooks Robinson goes 5 for 5 including the cycle

1961 - "Donnybrook!" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 68 performances

1961 - 90th British Golf Open: Arnold Palmer shoots a 284 at Royal Birkdale

1961 - Spain accept equal rights for men & women

1962 - Algeria becomes member of Arab League

1962 - Mickey Wright wins LPGA Milwaukee Golf Open

1962 - Neth & Indonesia accord over New-Guinea

1963 - KAIT TV channel 8 in Jonesboro, AR (ABC) begins broadcasting

1963 - Paul McCartney is fined £17 for speeding

1964 - Barry M Goldwater (Sen-R-Az) nominated for president by Republicans

1965 - "Mariner IV" sends back 1st pictures of Mars

1965 - Athanassiades Novas succeeds Papandreo as premier of Greece

1967 - "Sweet Charity" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 608 performances

1967 - LA Wolves beat Wash Whips 6-5 in OT to be United Soccer Ass champs

1967 - Roberto DeVicenzo of Argentina wins golf's British Open

1967 - USSR performs nuclear Test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR

1968 - "One Life to Live" premieres on TV

1968 - Commercial air travel begins between US & USSR

1968 - France performs nuclear Test at Muruora Island

1968 - NJ Americans moved to Comack & become NY Nets (ABA)

1968 - Soap opera "One Life To Live" premieres

1969 - Cincinnati Red Lee May hits 4 HRs in a doubleheader

1969 - Rod Carew ties record with his 7th steal of home in a season

1970 - Denmark beats Italy 2-0 in 1st world female soccer championship

1971 - Pres Nixon announces he would visit People's Rep of China

1972 - 101st British Golf Open: Lee Trevino shoots 278 at Muirfield Gullane

1972 - Sandra Palmer/Jane Blalock wins Angelo's Four-Ball Golf Championship

1973 - Calif Angel Nolan Ryan 2nd no-hitter beats Detroit Tigers, 6-0

1973 - Carole Jo Skala wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1973 - Paul Getty III kidnapped

1973 - Ray Davies, announces retirement from Kinks then attempts suicide

1973 - Willie McCovey becomes 15th to hit 400 HRs

1974 - Military coup on Cyprus: archbishop/president Makarios flees

1975 - 46th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-3 at County Stadium, Milwaukee

1975 - All star MVP: Bill Madlock (Pitts Pirates) & John Matlock (NY Mets)

1975 - Apollo 18 launched (will rendezvous with Soyuz)

1975 - Soyuz 19 & Apollo 18 launched; rendezvous 2 days later

1976 - 36-hr kidnap of 26 school children & their bus driver in Calif

1978 - 107th British Golf Open: Jack Nicklaus shoots a 281 at St Andrews

1979 - 34th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Jerilyn Britz

1979 - Morarji Desai resigns as premier of India

1980 - Johnny Bench hits his 314th HR as a catcher breaks Yogi Berra's record

1982 - Body of Wendy Caulfield, 1st Green River victim, found near Seattle

1982 - Columbia flies to Kennedy Space Center via Dyess AFB, Texas

1982 - Senate confirms George Shultz as 60th sec of state by vote of 97-0

1983 - 8 killed, 54 wounded, by Armenian extremists bomb at Orly, France

1983 - Linda Ronstadt debuts as Mabel in "Pirates of Penzance"

1984 - 39th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Hollis Stacy

1984 - John Lennon releases "I'm Stepping Out"

1985 - Deborah Carthy-Deu, of Puerto Rico, crowned 34th Miss Universe

1986 - 57th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-2 at Astrodome, Houston

1986 - All star MVP: Roger Clemens (Boston Red Sox)

1987 - Boy George barred from British TV show, he may be a bad influence

1987 - John Poindexter testifies at Iran-Contra hearings

1987 - State of siege ends in Taiwan

1990 - 45th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1991 - France performs nuclear Test at Muruora Island

1991 - US troops leave northern Iraq

1991 - Sandhi Ortiz-DelValle is 1st woman to officiate a men's pro basketball (USBL) game, game between New Haven Skyhawks & Phila Spirit

1992 - Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 3 weeks to have tumor removed

1994 - Gyula Horn sworn in as premier of Hungary

1994 - Israel & Jordan agree to talks in Wash DC on July 25th

1994 - NJ Nets Derrek Coleman accused of rape in Detroit

1994 - Sonia O'Sullivan runs 3K (8:21.64)

1995 - Birmingham Barracudas 1st CFL home game (vs Hamilton)

1995 - Jews take Jerusalem

1995 - Northern Virginia begins using new area code 540

1996 - After 2,216 consecutive games at shortstop, Cal Ripkin goes to 3rd

1996 - MSNBC begins Microsoft internet-NBC TV

1996 - Prince Charles & Princess Di sign divorce papers

1996 - Southern Mexico hit with 6.5 earthquake

1996 - A Belgian Air Force C-130 Hercules carrying the Royal Netherlands Army marching band crashes on landing at Eindhoven Airport.

1999 - The inaugural game at the Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field was held in Seattle, Washington.

2002 - "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh pleads guilty to supplying aid to the enemy and to possession of explosives during the commission of a felony.

2002 - Anti-Terrorism Court of Pakistan hands down the death sentence to British born Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh and life terms to three others suspected of murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.

2003 - AOL Time Warner disbands Netscape Communications Corporation. The Mozilla Foundation is established on the same day.

2009 - A 7.9 Magnitude earthquake registers 160km west of Invercargill, New Zealand, creating a small tsunami.

 

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my 4th attempt at HDR, made with qtpfsgui on Linux (Ubuntu)

 

My best shots

   

RIcetto di Candelo (during a Medieval Festival "Sapori di Medioevo")

 

Ricetto (RECEPTUM)

Between the most meaningful and beautiful European Fortified Receptum.

Fortified construction built as village, building plan dated 1160 a.d.

built from the people of Candelo from 1300 till beginning of 1400 a.d.

Used as Receptum (fortified place to hide) in war times, and as a food storage location in peace times.

  

In this mediaeval village many movies have been filmed.

Candelo, Biella, Piedmont, Italy

5 km from where I live

 

Nel cuore della Biella medievale

Qui sono state girate per esempio le puntatate della "Freccia Nera" 1 e 2, e molti altri films.

I Ricetti, originali, in Italia sono molto rari, piu' info le forniro' in seguito con le altre foto...

comunque qui c'e' un link: www.atl.biella.it/arte/ricetto/ricetto.html

it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ricetto_di_Candelo

The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside of a capital city. It started life as the New England University College in 1938 as a college of the University of Sydney. Several local people worked hard for the College to become an independent university and they were successful in 1954. In 1989 it subsumed the Armidale College of Advanced Education (previously the Armidale Teachers’ College.) The main campus is 5 kms from the city centre with central administration in Booloominbah House. From its inception it has always catered for distance education students and those wanting to study agriculture. It is the largest distance education university in Australia with around 15,000 external students. It has faculties of law, education, arts, science, medicine, the environment etc. It has wide research foci but it cooperates with the CSIRO on agriculture and science research and it is well known for its agricultural business research and farm animal genetics research. It has around 700 research students enrolled for a PhD at any one time. The Vice Chancellors have included some well known Australians including former Governor General Sir Zelman Cowen. The well known graduates include: Dean Brown (Premier of SA); Bernie Fraser (former Governor Reserve Bank); Barnaby Joyce (Australian Senator); Tony Windsor (current Independent in Parliament). The UNE also has a well developed residential college network with the most famous being Drummond and Smith as around half of it students reside on campus. Drummond was the NSW Education Minister who established the Armidale Teachers College. This College used Smith House on Central Park for many years. It has about 200 residents. The college began in Girrahween House in 1928 for students attending the Armidale Teachers College. When the University merged with the Teachers College, Drummond and Smith Residential Colleges went to the University. The college crest is depicted above the door of Girrahween House which was built in 1889. The University has several other campuses in Armidale the main one being Newling campus, now the Conservatorium of Music. It was the former Armidale Teachers College. UNE has a mosque on campus.

 

The Dixson Library.

The heart of any university is its library. It is near Booloominbah and the Museum of Antiquities. In 1938 the university library was a room in Booloominbah. Then Sir William Dixson donated a large grant for a purpose built library in 1961. Dixson’s wealth was based on the tobacco industry and his family operations included Adelaide in the 19th century. William’s father was a devout Baptist and donated to many organisations including Sydney Medical Mission, Ryde Home for Incurables, the YMCA, the University of Sydney, the Baptist Church etc. William Dixson (1870-1952) was a collector of Australiana and rare books. He donated many rare manuscripts and books to the Mitchell Library in the 1920s, then he decided to found the UNE library.

 

Booloominbah.

As visitors we can enter the house and have lunch there. The Brasserie opens at noon. There is also a court yard café and bar. This will provide an opportunity to explore some areas of the house and view the wonderful stained glass windows. Remember the house is noted for its wooden panelling, windows, fine joinery etc.

 

The Museum of Antiquities.

This is a rare regional antiquities museum for Australia. Its collections began in 1959 when the university established its Department of Classics. It has antiquities from the Middle East, the Mediterranean, South East Asia, and the Pacific. Entry is free.

 

Trevenna House.

Trevenna is the residence of the Vice Chancellor and it was designed by John Horbury Hunt in the Canadian style. It was built in 1892 (Hunt died 1903) as another house besides Booloominbah for members of the White family. Mrs Eliza Jane White occupied Trevenna. The three storey house of mixed materials, wood and plaster was gifted to the University of New England by Mrs. Florence Wilson in 1960. Since then it has been the Vice Chancellor’s home. There is no public access to the house or the gardens. It is not visible from the road. The gardens include sweeping lawns, dry stone walls, herb gardens, hedges, ponds and English trees such as Horse Chesnuts, London Planes etc. Trevenna's gardens were featured in a Woman’s Weekly special in 1971.

 

Schools.

The first Anglican school opened in Armidale in 1847 with the first Catholic school following in 1856. A public school opened in 1861 and survived with various name changes until it became Armidale City Public School. In the 1850s, 1860s and 1870s state aid to church schools prompted more schools to start up in Armidale but few survived. The new Education Act of 1880 which removed any state aid led to the demise of many church schools and the rise of the state public school system in NSW. But Armidale has always been an education centre providing schools, and often boarding facilities for country children. The main private and state secondary schools in Armidale are:

•St. Ursuline College for girls, 1882 and De La Salle Catholic College for boys which was founded in 1906. The two amalgamated in 1975 to form O’Connor Catholic High School. It is no longer a boarding school. It has an enrolment of around 450 students.

•The Armidale School – TAS. TAS was founded in 1891 as the New England Proprietary School with it opening for enrolments in 1894.The local Anglican Bishop, Tyrrell had promoted the idea of an Anglican boys school for the sons of the New England gentry. The school adopted the name TAS in 1896. It has extensive grounds (44 acres), excellent facilities and several historic buildings including the chapel. For many years it was run by the Diocese of Armidale but it is now a company limited by guarantee. The Armidale School has approximately 620 students, including 200 boys boarding there. Well known architect John Sulman designed the original boarding house. Influenced by William Morris he used Armidale blue bricks and Flemish bond brick work. The chapel as designed by Cyril Blacket who also designed the Gothic University of Sydney. The TAS Gothic style Chapel opened in 1902 also using Armidale blue bricks in the Flemish bond pattern.

•Presbyterian Ladies College Armidale, is an independent Presbyterian girls boarding school which was founded in 1887.New England always had a large Scottish and Presbyterian population. It is affiliated with PLC in Sydney. In the early years it was run by several principal owners and it started out as New England Ladies College. It began in Smith House near Central Park in 1887. It was next known as Hilton College before being purchased by the Presbyterian Church in 1938. It moved to a new 70 acre site on the edge of Armidale in 1945. It has an enrolment of 400 girls with almost 100 boarders. Due to financial difficulties it was merged with PLC Sydney in 2005 and the one principal now runs both schools.

•NEGS, New England Girls School. This is an independent Anglican girls’ boarding school which was established in 1895 at almost the same time as the TAS school for boys. In 1907 NEGS was purchased by the Diocese of Armidale and run as a church school. It has always had an excellent academic reputation. It has an enrolment of around 310 students with almost half or 150 being boarders. In 2006 due to financial difficulties a merger with PLC was considered. Old scholars and parents raised millions to keep the school Anglican and independent. Australia’s well known poet Judith Wright attended NEGS.

•Armidale High School. This state high school as established in 1920. It has over 650 students.

•Duval High School. This state high school was established in 1974. It was named after one of the assigned convict stockmen who worked on William and Henry Dumaresq’s Saumarez and Tilbuster stations in the 1830s. It has an enrolment of around 800 students.

 

The Development of Armidale. What is so special about Armidale? Well it is a cathedral city with both Anglican and Catholic cathedrals; it is a wealthy city with a prosperous hinterland and many mansions; it is Australia’s highest city with a bracing English style climate; it is an education city with a university and several prestigious boarding schools; it was one of a number of sites considered for the Australian capital city site after Federation; it has been one of the centres wanting to secede from the rest of NSW; and it has an interesting history with a squatting phase, mining phase, agricultural phase etc. It is also a regional capital and has always been considered the “capital” of the New England region - a distinctive Australian region defined by rainfall, altitude, etc. And it has always been on the main inland route between Sydney and Brisbane but that is no longer of importance in this aviation transport era.

 

The origins of Armidale district go back to Henry Dumaresq when he squatted on land here and took out leaseholds on Saumarez and Tilbuster stations in 1834. He and other squatters soon displaced the local aboriginal people after a period of considerable violence. The turning point in terms of the city came in 1839 when George Macdonald was appointed Commissioner for Crown Lands for the New England District. He arrived with a small police force and he set about building a house and office headquarters. The site he chose is now Macdonald Park. NSW land regulations allowed the government to set aside reserves for future towns or to resume leasehold land for the creation of towns. Macdonald immediately surveyed the local landowners of which there were 37 in New England, giving it a population of 422 people. But this was the convict era of NSW and half of the population were assigned convicts. They provided the brawn to develop the stations, build the shepherd’s huts, dig the wells and dams, and fell the timber and clear the land. Of the original 422 people in New England only 10 were females, probably wives of shepherds or convict women who were cooks etc. Most stations had between 8 and 12 assigned convicts. Saumarez for example, had 11 convicts and 8 free male workers in 1839. In 1841 convicts still accounted for 42% of the population of New England and as they completed their seven year terms, many stayed on to become the founders of towns like Armidale. Transportation of convicts to NSW ceased around 1843 and so convict assignees gradually declined in the region, but ex-convicts remained.

 

Macdonald named the town site Armidale after the Armadale estate on the Isle of Skye. Macdonald had barracks built for the police men, stables, a store shed, his own house and he enclosed some paddocks for the growing of wheat and vegetables. His first years were often taken up with writing reports about Aboriginal massacres and deaths including the Bluff Rock Massacre on the Everett brothers’ run at Ollera near Guyra. Macdonald seldom investigated reports of Aboriginal deaths closely. He was a pompous little man, just 4 feet 10 inches tall with a deformed hunched back. But he was meticulous in most matters. In 1841 he was jilted just before his proposed wedding to a local woman. He remained in Armidale until 1848 overseeing the early development of the town.

 

By 1843 a small town had emerged with a Post Office and a Court House, blacksmith, wheelwright, hotel, general store etc. The town provided government and commercial services to the surrounding pastoral estates. But the town reserve included other lands that were sold or leased to farmers- agriculturists who grew wheat. By 1851 Armidale had two flour mills. The long transport route to Newcastle and on to Sydney meant all wheat had to be converted to flour before it was transported to the markets. The old dray route down to the coast was also used for the transport of the region’s major product- wool. The official town was surveyed and the streets laid out in 1849. Many of the early pastoralists were commemorated in street names – Beardy, Dumaresq, Dangar, Marsh, Faulkner and Rusden to name a few.

 

In 1851 Armidale also had local industries for the regional population- two breweries, general stores, chemist, butcher etc. In the early 1850s the churches began to erect their first buildings and the town became “civilised” with more and more women living there. Then gold discoveries near Uralla and towards the eastern escarpment boosted the town’s population and services. A newspaper was founded, a hospital was built and the population reached 858 in 1856. A gaol was built on South Hill in 1863, the town became a municipality in 1864, and the Robertson’s Land Acts (1861) were introduced throughout NSW to break up the big pastoral estates for ‘selectors” or small scale farmers on 320 acre blocks. This boosted the total population of the Armidale region but as noted elsewhere the pastoralists also used this era to buy up large lots of land freehold for themselves by the process of “dummying”- using relatives and employees to buy small parcels of land which they sold on to the large land owners. But the early years of growing wheat around Armidale collapsed in the 1870s as the wheat lands of South Australia opened up and cheap SA imports destroyed the New England wheat industry. Other forms of agriculture were then taken up in New England.

 

Another key factor in the growth of Armidale in the late 1870s and into the 1890s was its English style climate. In 1885 Armidale was proclaimed a city. It had a population of 3,000 residents - a remarkable achievement for a locale so far from the coast. This was of course boosted further with the arrival of the railway in Armidale in 1883. The line soon reached the Queensland border with a connection on to Brisbane. But the railway was not all good news as the city of Armidale could then receive beer and other supplies on the railway from Newcastle or Sydney and some local industries closed down with the arrival of the railway. By the 1880s the boom years were apparent as large mansions and prominent commercial buildings were erected in the growing city.

 

The fact that Armidale is equidistant from Sydney and Brisbane was one of the factors considered in its application to become the new Federal capital. The fact that Armidale had nearby reservoirs and a large water supply big enough for a large capital city was also an important consideration. The new Federal government was considering the site of the capital city after a long drought so access to water supplies was a major concern. As we known the site of Canberra near Yass was finally selected despite its lesser supply of water but it was closer to Sydney.

 

Regional Art gallery and Aboriginal Art Centre.

This gallery is one of the regional galleries funded by the NSW government. It is especially noted for its outstanding collection of Australia Art which was donated to the gallery by Howard Hinton (1867-1948.) Hinton was a company director and art collector. Despite poor eyesight he travelled the world looking at galleries and he befriended several artists. In Sydney he met and lived with noted Australian painter such as Tom Roberts, Arthur Stretton and Julian Ashton. He made his first donation of art to the National Gallery of NSW in 1914. Over the years he gave 122 paintings to that gallery. He was a trustee of the National Gallery of NSW from 1919-1948. He was knighted in 1935 for his services to art. In 1928 when the National Gallery of NSW refused some of his donations he decided to endow the relatively new Teachers’ College at Armidale with a collection of art. The Director of Education who was in charge of the College concurred with the idea and the first paintings were received in Armidale in 1929. He later gave over 1,000 paintings to the Teachers’ College and over 700 art books for its library. His collection illustrated the development of Australian art in particular from the 1880s through to the 1940s. The artist Norman Lindsey described the collection as the only complete collection of Australian art. A portrait of Howard Hinton is held by the former Armidale College of Advanced Education which is now part of the University of New England. The art collection has been transferred on to the Armidale Regional Art Gallery. The Hinton Collection is partially on display always. The Persian Love Cake in the Art Gallery café is to die for!

 

Teachers College and the Education Museum.

In the 19th century most school teachers were untrained but a few were trained in Fort Street Normal School in Sydney from 1848. The first teachers college was not established until 1912 in some temporary buildings. The college opened in new premises in 1920 which were not completed until 1924. But Armidale got the second teachers college in NSW in 1928 with its first proper building being constructed in 1930 at the height of the Great Depression. Why was this so? The answer is political. New England was in the midst of a secession movement in the late 1920s and New England was the home to several Country Party politicians with great influence. The Country Party came to power in NSW in 1927 and the new Minister for Education, David Drummond was the local member for New England. Drummond favoured a second teachers college because the staff at Sydney Teachers College had complained that country students coming to Sydney to be trained were being seduced by the ways of the sinful city and they seldom wanted rural school postings after a stint in Sydney! A Teachers College in Armidale would stop the debauchery! Although Armidale Teachers’ College was the first, the government made plans for additional teachers colleges in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga which eventually were established. The 1863 gaol in Armidale was closed in 1920 and was demolished to make way for the new teachers college building. As one commentator said at the time “a new Parthenon on the hill was to replace the penitentiary on the hill”!

 

The government appointed Cecil Bede Newling (1883-1975) as the principal of the new college. Today the old Teachers College building is named the Newling building. Newling had gone out as a probationary teacher in 1899 before attending courses at Fort Street Normal School from 1904. He later described his teacher training as dull. He was first appointed head teacher at Cootamundra in 1923, and then inspector at Broken Hill in 1925. He had a rapid rise in the Education Department. By 1925 he had also been awarded a BA and a MA from the University of Sydney. As first principal of the Armidale Teachers College he influenced everything. He had a forceful personality and took interest in all aspects of the College from the grounds and gardens to the curriculum and to the health of the students. During World War Two he became secret custodian of priceless art and written materials from the Mitchell Library and the National Gallery of NSW. He retired in 1947 with his “college on the hill” well established and valued. It is open weekday afternoons from 2 to 4 pm to members of the public.

 

Central Park Historical Walk and Nearby Structures.

The buildings of significance around Central Park are the old Wesley Methodist Hall and the now Uniting Church- just off the Park in Rusden Street; St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church and Hall; St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral, Deanery and Parish Hall; and St. Mary’s Catholic Cathedral. Nearby along Faulkner Street is the Town Hall( just off Faulkner), the Post Office, the Court House, and the entrance to the Mall.

•Masonic Building. The Lodge here in Armidale purchased this land in 1860 and had a lodge built by a local builder Frederick Nott. A new severe classical style Lodge was erected in 1924 to replace the earlier one.

•Lindsay House is at 128 Faulkner Street and it dates from the mid 1920s. It is a mock Tudor house with exposed beams and woodwork on the exterior and stucco areas. This “English” style of house was popular in New England at this time. It is a typical “gentleman’s “house and it was built for a local doctor. In 1972 the former Armidale College of Advanced Education purchased the house for staff accommodation and they renamed it Lindsay House. Today it is a luxury bed & breakfast establishment.

•Southall is a fine 1888 residence at 88 Barney Street oppopsite Central Park. At one stage it was called Girrawheen Boarding House as it provided accommodation for the girls enrolled at New England Ladies College. This house was purchased in 1928 by the Armidale Teachers’ College for accommodation for female teaching students. It was linked to Smith House, next door, in 1960 and then became a university residential college but it is now a backpackers complex. Apart from wrought iron lace work it features two toned brick work on the quoins and the bricks are done in Flemish bond pattern.

•Catholic Cathedral and Convent. See next page.

•Anglican Cathedral and Deanery. See next page.

•St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church. The foundation stone dates the building to 1881. Its Gothic style, tall steeple, wrought iron decorations and lancet windows add considerably to the appearance of Central Park. The white painted masonry quoins, window surrounds etc contrast sharply with the dark coloured bricks.

•Old Wesley Methodist Hall and Church. The Old Wesley Church was erected in 1864 and is one of the oldest still standing churches of Armidale. It was replaced by a new Methodist Church in 1893 and it then became the church hall. The Old Wesley Church also has Red Cedar joinery inside.

•The Folk Museum. This is housed in the old School of Arts and Mechanics Institute building of 1863. Such places were crucial education centres in the 19th century. It was used as the town library for many years and is now a museum.

•Armidale Town Hall. This impressive structure was completed in 1883 just before Armidale became a city in 1885. It has many decorative features including pilasters (flat columns), scroll work, a central triangular pediment above the main entrance, a niche like entrance with a curved upper balcony and balustrade. In 1990 the City decorated the interior in Art Deco style!

•The Armidale Post Office. The first PO was established in 1843. This building was constructed in 1880. The beautiful arched veranda and upper balcony were added in 1897. It is still the city Post Office.

•Lands Board building now the Lands Office. This elegant building with its filigree lace work on the upper balcony and the lower veranda originally had a slate roof and slate chimney pots. The symmetry of this building is superb. It was designed by the same architect who did the government Post Office next door and the style would date it to the same period -1880.

•Opposite are the architectural plans for the amazing Imperial Hotel. It was built in 1890 William Miller who was of the original discoverer of gold at Hillgrove. He made his fortune on the gold fields and then erected the finest hotel in Armidale. It is noted for its proportions, classical style, ornate parapets along the roof line and filigree caste iron. The urns atop the “floating” triangular pediments are wonderful. It demonstrates how important the travelling public were to early hoteliers like William Miller. Miller began life as a poor farmer at Saumarez Ponds. It is run down today.

•On the opposite corner is the current Westpac Bank. It was formerly the Bank of NSW and it was put up in 1938 in classical style. The 1817 on the parapet refers to the founding of the Bank of NSW by Mary Reibey, a former convict, depicted on our $20 note. Along from this is the marvellous AMP building with its statute on top.

•Armidale Court House in the Mall. This imposing building with a classical Greek façade with columns, and wrought iron gates was built in 1859. It was extensively altered in 1870 when the two side wings were attached. The clock tower was added in 1878. Inside the joinery is all Australian Red Cedar. Note the cobblestoned courtyard. At the rear of the Court House is the original Sheriff’s Cottage (1870) which was originally a “lock up “for prisoners!

•Hanna’s Arcade in Barney Street. See the leadlight mural, wooden arcade, and fine department store.

 

Catholic Cathedral and building.

The first Catholic priest to arrive in Armidale came in 1853. He took services in a small wooden Catholic Church that had opened in 1848. The priest then built a parsonage which became part of De La Salle College, now O’Connor High School. It has since been demolished. In 1862 the Catholic Diocese of Armidale was established but it was 1869 before the first bishop, Bishop O’Mahony, settled in Armidale. He was consecrated as bishop in 1871 at the same time as the commissioning of the cathedral. It was dedicated in 1872 but replaced by the current cathedral in 1912. When Bishop O’Mahony left he was replaced by Bishop Torreggiani who was replaced by Bishop O’Connor in 1904.

 

The new cathedral of St. Mary and St. Joseph was built in Pyrmont stone from Sydney and Armidale polychrome (or multi- coloured) bricks. Such brick work was popular in the 1880s but out of fashion by 1912. Brown, cream and red bricks were used for the cathedral to highlight its architectural features. It is a much larger structure than the Anglican cathedral and dominates the townscape around Central Park. The brickwork was used for quoins, cross banding and other feature work. It was designed in Gothic style by Sherrin and Hennessy in Sydney and constructed by a local builder Frederick Nott. It has a turreted tower with a needle spire on top with louvre windows. It has the original slate roof and fine marble work inside and outside in the form of fine marble statues. The interior is also noted for its fine hammer beam ceiling. The pipe organ was made in 1900 in England and rebuilt here in 1912. Like the Anglicans, the Catholics divided the New England diocese in 1887 when the Diocese of Grafton was established.

 

Near the cathedral but further along Barney Street is the Merici House which was built as a Catholic School and convent very early in 1882. Angela Merici was the founder of the Ursuline Order of Nuns who began teaching at that school in 1883. The Ursulines arrived from London in 1882 to do missionary work in Armidale. Their order was established in Italy in 1534. The Ursulines in Armidale established their mother house here and sent nuns out to many other communities across NSW and Qld from Armidale. But in Armidale they set up St. Ursulines College from their small origins in Merici House near the Catholic Cathedral. It was erected as a fine two storey house for a local businessman in 1877. He sold it to the Ursuline Order in 1882. St. Ursuline College operated from 1882 until it merged with the Catholic boys’ school, La Salle College (established 1906 by Bishop O’Connor) in 1975. The amalgamated school was renamed O’Connor High School after Bishop O’Connor. O’Connor High School operates on a different site in the city of Armidale to the north east of the town.

 

Anglican Cathedral and associated buildings.

Bishop Broughton conducted the first Anglican service in Armidale in 1845 with the first church opening in 1850, followed by a parsonage for Rev. Tingcombe who was the first minister arriving in 1846. Armidale was part of the Diocese of Newcastle. Then in 1869 the diocese of Grafton and Armidale was established. The founding Bishop was James Turner from Norfolk, England. His diocese was the size of England! He started with 10 clergy and 21 churches. He appointed John Horbury Hunt to design and oversee the building of a suitable cathedral in Armidale. The foundation stone was laid in 1873 and the cathedral opened in 1875 as St. Peter’s. Hunt designed a relatively small cathedral of brick, his favourite building medium, rather than stone. Turner continued as Bishop until 1893. Before he left the diocese of Armidale he had the Christ Church Cathedral erected in Grafton in 1884 and a new Grafton diocese created. Bishop Turner also used John Horbury Hunt for cathedral that we saw in Grafton. By the time Turner left he had 2 diocese and 58 churches.

 

The Anglican Cathedral was made of Armidale blue bricks with clay taken from Saumarez station. The vestry was added in 1910 according to Hunt’s design (he died in 1903) and the tower, again according to Hunt’s design in 1936. The cathedral features Gothic arches, a square tower, small pyramids on top of buttresses, moulded bricks for special areas and interesting English bonds and patterns. Uralla granite was used for keystones and the foundations. The Deanery was also designed by Hunt and built of the same Armidale blue bricks in 1891. Hunt was known to make great demands on the brickies as he was a perfectionist and supervised all the intricate brickwork very closely. The result was an outstandingly fine cathedral. Note the band of green tiles above the main door included by Hunt. Note also the fine stained glass windows, and one is a memorial to Bishop Turner’s wife who died in 1879. The cathedral has a fine timber ceiling. Hunt even selected the pulpit and lectern to suit his design. The pulpit has an effigy of St. Peter carved in the sandstone. Some of Hunt’s original plans can be viewed in the Tower Room.

 

Mansions of Armidale.

Many of the mansions of Armidale were constructed in its economic boom period of the 1890s- 1910 when Hillgrove gold mine was at its peak. There are almost 70 buildings in Armidale on the Register of the National Estate. Some are churches or commercial buildings but most are significant houses, especially on the south hill behind the centre of Armidale. But the beautiful gardens hide many of these mansions from any passersby.

•Bishopscourt, (on the town outskirts of the way to Uralla) was built in 1934 as the home of the Anglican Bishop which it still is. It has acres of lawns and gardens.

•Akaroa, now part of New England Girls School was built in 1896. It has many Queen Anne style features including a rounded section. It is not visible from the road.

•Roseneath in Roseneath Lane is one of the oldest houses in Armidale as it was erected in 1854 as a veranda shaded Victorian house with louvre shuttered French windows to the veranda. Privately owned, in poor condition and with no suitable access for a coach.

•Mallam dates from 1869 as one of the last examples of a steep roofed house with dormer windows in the English style (94 Rusden Street). Mallam was the town’s chemist in the 1870s but was in investor in a flour mill, shops and others houses. He paid £1,200 to erect Mallam House. Note the chimney pots.

•The Armidale School. Notes to be provided later.

•Opawa House is in Mann Street at no 65. It was erected in 1915 and it features, wood, brick, and gables typical of that era.

•Trelawny at 84 Brown Street is fine residence built in 1904. It has a curved wrought iron lace work veranda with a prominent gable.

•Birida built in 1907 is typical of that era and is located at 108 Brown Street on the corner of Marsh Street. Note the slate roofed tower porch.

•The Railway Station. Built in 1882 ready for first train in 1883. Lace work done in the foundry in Uralla.

•Lindon Hall at 146 Mann Street is a late 19th century house from 1890. It has fine wrought iron lace work on the balcony. It is a single storey house.

•Teringa is located at 108 Mann Street. It dates from 1894 and is a typical Italianate style two storey house.

•Uloola at 160 Faulkner Street is another gentleman’s residence dating from 1908. It has an English “air “and depicts the Arts and Crafts movement house features.

•The Turrets is located at 145 Mossman Street. It was built in the 1860s and is known for its turrets.

•Highbury House built in 1910 is sited at 177 Faulkner Street. It has bay windows, a round window, arches etc

•The Arts and Crafts style house called Cotswold is located at 34 Marsh Street. It was built in 1918. It is now part of a motel. Next door is another fine house.

•Eynsford, 109 Jeffery St. Another Tudor revival two storey home from the 1920s. Stucco, lead light windows, with a beautiful garden.

 

Booloominbah.

This grand house is one of the gems designed by architect John Horbury Hunt who produced a number of buildings in Sydney and the country for the White family. One was even a French inspired castle! Frederick White commissioned this house which as built between 1883-88. But at Booloominbah Hunt used the ideas of the Arts and Crafts movement along with his Canadian heritage which meant he used a lot of wood features. When built Booloominbah was the focus of a 20,000 acres sheep property and it was designed for grand livening. Frederick White almost behaved as the “squire” of Armidale as he was already a wealthy man and had properties in the Hunter Valley as well as New England. Booloominbah was his headquarters,but not his head station. The house is overloaded with features; gables, verandas, leadlight windows, wood panelling, impressive staircases, chimneys, a tower, arches, with an overwhelming asymmetrical façade. The house had grand drawing rooms, billiard room, servant’s quarters, service rooms etc. It had almost 50 rooms when built. It was surrounded by grand gardens to complete the picture of local importance. Below is the great stained glass window of Booloominbah commissioned by Frederick White. It depicts the life of General Gordon and his efforts in Sudan as Governor General of the Sudan. Gordon died during the year long siege of Khartoum in 1885 when he was beheaded by his Muslim nemesis. Frederick White was still an Englishman at heart and he was still committed to the glories of the Empire and this allowed him to relive this glory in his own house!

 

The house was named from a local Aboriginal word but its appearance was decidedly Canadian and English. Frederick White did not live in the house for long as he died in 1903 (when his nephew Francis White took over as leader of the White family in New England.) But Frederick’s widow lived on in Booloominbah for another thirty years. When she died in 1933 the contents were sold and Booloominbah left vacant until a son-in-law (he had married White’s daughter Kate) bought the house. Thomas Richmond Forster then donated the house to the University of Sydney to encourage them to establish the New England University College which the university did in 1938. The house came with about 180 acres of land and cost Forster around £30,000. Forster was a successful businessman and an Anglican layman and benefactor in Armidale. He had been campaigning for a university in Armidale since 1924. Booloominbah became the main administrative and first teaching area of the university and Forster became one of the leaders of the first University Advisory Council. Forster was also the major shareholder in The Armidale School (TAS.) Since the 1940s the university has restored Booloominbah to its former glory. It remains an iconic building of the former sheep pastoral area of New England.

 

Saumarez.

Henry Dumaresq from the Channel Islands, Jersey, named Saumarez after a property in Jersey. He squatted on land at Saumarez Ponds in 1834. Dumaresq sent his stockmen up here but always lived himself at Muswellbrook on the Hunter River. Saumarez was his head station in New England and he soon had over 100,000 acres of land under leasehold which included Tilbuster Station upon which the city of Armidale now stands. The runs extended from Uralla to beyond Armidale. In 1856 Dumaresq sold his run on to Henry Thomas. He held the run during the period when the government land acts were trying to break p the big runs and open up the land for closer settlement. Thomas took this opportunity to acquire freehold land on his Saumarez run and soon had 12,000 acres freehold. Thomas built a modest three roomed brick house on the run in the 1850s which is still standing. It is near the six roomed timber cottage that Henry Dumaresq built at Saumarez in the 1830s. In fact Henry Dumaresq had his assigned convicts build the cottage as they did most other early structures on Saumarez. In 1874 the nature of Saumarez property changed as it was sold to Francis White, the second son of James White of Edinglassie at Muswellbrook. Francis White took on a property of 20,000 freehold acres. He had properties in the Hunter, at Armidale, Guyra, in Queensland and the Northern Territory.

 

In 1886 Francis White was doing well, he had paid off the mortgage on the property and so he decided to build a mansion homestead on Saumarez for his residence. A single storey residence was completed in 1888 by a local Armidale builder. After his Uncle Frederick White of Booloominbah died in 1903 Francis decided he needed to entertain on a grander scale to maintain the White family prominence around Armidale. So whilst his wife and daughters were on a holiday in Europe had had a second storey added to the house in 1905/6. The new storey incorporated many Art Nouveau stylistic features. The White family lived in the house until it was donated to the National Trust in 1984 but they only donated the house. The White family still own the Saumarez property of around 6,000 acres. Saumarez House is surrounded by 5 acres of gardens. The house itself is gabled but with symmetrical facades and verandas. The house is built around a courtyard with one side for the Whites and the other for the servants and services such as the kitchens, laundries, butter rooms etc. The family wing contains two large drawing rooms and an elaborate Edwardian stair case. Front entrances were designed to impress visitors. The Whites used Saumarez for official functions, garden parties, tennis parties etc. The house walls are of Flemish bond brick work. The interior joinery on doors, windows, fireplace surrounds etc is Red Cedar. Native flowers are used on the stained glass work including Flannel flowers, waratah, native Lillies etc. Whites three daughters made much carved wooden work for the house.

 

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Elfia Haarzuilen 2014 saturday 19 april 2014

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elfia.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elfia editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Linda van Dyck (1948) is a famous Dutch stage actress, who started as a pop singer and songwriter in the sixties. She also worked for Television in both the Netherlands and Sweden, where she lived for some years in the 1960s and 1970s. She appeared in a dozen Dutch and Belgian films, which were sometimes very successful locally.

 

Linda van Dyck (sometimes written as Dijck) was born as Linda Marianne de Hartogh in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 1948. She was the daughter of the actors Leo de Hartogh and Teddy Schaank. Her stepfather was the legendary Dutch stage actor Ko van Dijk, with whom she made her stage debut in 1959 in De vader (The Father) by August Strindberg. In 1966 she appeared in two Dutch feature films: the murder mystery 10:32/10:32 in the Morning (1966, Arthur Dreifuss) starring Linda Christian, and Het Gangstermeisje/A Gangstergirl (1966, Frans Weisz) with Paolo Graziosi, Kitty Courbois and Gian Maria Volonté. In the 1960’s she was best known as the singer of the band Boo and the Booboos. Her last single as a singer and also her biggest hit was Seduction Song (1969). She decided to become an actress and moved to Sweden where she worked for television for five years.

 

Linda van Dyck returned to the Netherlands in 1973 and appeared in popular TV series and stage productions. In 1979 she played a small part in the film Tiro (1979, Jacob Bijl) with Kitty Courbois. A huge success was her role as the sensual aunt Coleta in the coming of age drama Twee vorstinnen en een vorst/Two Queens and a King (1981, Otto Jongerius) with Eric Clerckx as the young protagonist and Kitty Courbois as his mother. Another success was her part in the drama Ademloos/Breathless (1982, Mady Saks) with Monique van de Ven. For these two roles Linda van Dyck was proclaimed Best Dutch film actress in 1982. Another popular local hit was Ciske de Rat/Ciske the Rat (1984, Guido Pieters) featuring child star Danny de Munk and Willeke van Ammelrooy as his nasty mother. Van Dyck played again the aunt of the protagonist.In between these films she appeared on stage and in such prestigious TV dramas as Willem van Oranje/William of Orange (1984, Walter van der Kamp) starring Jeroen Krabbé. Other films in which she appeared were the thriller De Grens/The Border (1984, Leon de Winter) with Johan Leysen and Angela Winkler, and the war film In de schaduw van de overwinning/In the Shadow of the Victory (1986) starring Jeroen Krabbé.

 

During the 1990’s, Linda van Dyck only incidentally appeared in films. She played a supporting part in the Belgian-French-Dutch production Daens/Priest Daens (1994, Stijn Conincx), based on the novel by Louis Paul Boons and starring Jan Decleir. A surprise was the award winning TV film Suzy Q (1999, Martin Koolhoven), about a weekend in the life of a bizarre family in the sixties. Van Dyck played the mother and her children were played by the upcoming stars Carice van Houten, Roeland Fernhout and Michiel Huisman. Her later films include Magonia (2001, Ineke Smits) with Ramsey Nasr, the swashbuckler Floris (2004, Jean van de Velde) featuring Michiel Huisman, and the multicultural comedy Het schnitzelparadijs/Schnitzel Paradise (2005, Martin Koolhoven). Her greatest successes were in the Dutch theatre where she starred in such popular and acclaimed productions as De dood en het meisje (Death and the Maiden) (2003), Herfstsonate (Autumn Sonata) (2005-2006), Nacht, Moeder (Night. Mother) (2006-2007) and Una Giornata Particolare (2007-2008). In 2010 Linda van Dyck received a Royal order: ridder in de orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw (Knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion). Linda van Dyck is married to Jaap Nolst Trenité, with whom she has a son, Jamie Maxim Nolst Trenité (1990).

 

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Fringe is an American science fiction television series created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. The series follows a Federal Bureau of Investigation "Fringe Division" team based in Boston, Massachusetts under the supervision of Homeland Security. The team uses unorthodox "fringe" science and FBI investigative techniques to investigate a series of unexplained, often ghastly occurrences, which are related to mysteries surrounding a parallel universe. The show has been described as a hybrid of The X-Files, Altered States, The Twilight Zone and Dark Angel.[1][2]

 

The series premiered in North America on August 19, 2008, on the Fox network. Fringe was part of a Fox initiative known as "Remote-Free TV". Episodes of Fringe were longer than standard dramas on current network television. The show ran with half the commercials during the first season, adding about six minutes to the show's runtime.[3] When the show went to a commercial, a short bumper aired informing the viewer of roughly how much time commercials will consume before the program resumed. On October 1, 2008, Fringe's first season was extended to 22 episodes.[4] This was then cut back to 20 episodes with the season finale airing May 12.[5] The series was renewed for a second season.[6] Season 2 premiered September 18, 2009.[7] However, Fox's "Remote-Free TV" trial did not continue past the first season. On March 6, 2010, Entertainment Weekly and Variety reported that Fox had renewed Fringe for a third season;[8] it was later reported that it would be for a full 22 episodes.[9] The third season premiered September 23, 2010.[10]

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J.J. Abrams.... executive producer (46 episodes, 2008-2010)

Bryan Burk.... executive producer (46 episodes, 2008-2010)

Alex Kurtzman.... consulting producer / executive producer (46 episodes, 2008-2010)

Roberto Orci.... consulting producer / executive producer (46 episodes, 2008-2010)

Tamara Isaac.... co-producer / associate producer / ... (42 episodes, 2008-2010)

Robert M. Williams Jr..... producer (36 episodes, 2008-2010)

Tanya M. Swerling.... co-producer / associate producer / ... (31 episodes, 2009-2010)

Joe Chappelle.... co-executive producer / executive producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

Akiva Goldsman.... consulting producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

Kathy Lingg.... producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

Reid Shane.... supervising producer / co-executive producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

Josh Singer.... supervising producer / co-executive producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

David Wilcox.... co-executive producer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

Ashley Miller.... producer (22 episodes, 2009-2010)

Zack Stentz.... producer (22 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jeff Vlaming.... supervising producer (22 episodes, 2009-2010)

David H. Goodman.... co-executive producer (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Brad Kane.... co-producer (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

J.R. Orci.... supervising producer (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Brooke Kennedy.... co-executive producer (16 episodes, 2008-2010)

Fred Toye.... producer (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Jason Cahill.... consulting producer (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Felicia D. Henderson.... co-executive producer (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

John Litvack.... consulting producer (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Darin Morgan.... consulting producer (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Andrew Kreisberg.... co-executive producer (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Brad Anderson.... producer (5 episodes, 2009-2010)

Paul A. Edwards.... producer (4 episodes, 2008)

Monica Breen.... co-executive producer (3 episodes, 2010)

Alison Schapker.... co-executive producer (3 episodes, 2010)

Vladimir Stefoff.... co-producer (3 episodes, 2010)

Athena Wickham.... co-producer (3 episodes, 2010)

 

Series Original Music by

Michael Giacchino (44 episodes, 2008-2010)

Chris Tilton (24 episodes, 2009-2010)

 

Series Cinematography by

Tom Yatsko (24 episodes, 2008-2010)

David Moxness (11 episodes, 2009-2010)

Fred Murphy (5 episodes, 2009-2010)

Michael Slovis (4 episodes, 2009)

 

Series Film Editing by

Jon Dudkowski (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Luyen H. Vu (10 episodes, 2009-2010)

Scott Vickrey (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Timothy A. Good (7 episodes, 2010-2011)

Tanya M. Swerling (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Henk Van Eeghen (4 episodes, 2009-2010)

Michelle Tesoro (3 episodes, 2010)

 

Series Casting by

April Webster (24 episodes, 2008-2010)

Sara Isaacson (22 episodes, 2010-2011)

Ross Meyerson (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Julie Tucker (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Cindy Tolan (7 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Production Design by

Ian D. Thomas (44 episodes, 2009-2011)

Steven J. Jordan (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Anne Stuhler (6 episodes, 2008)

Carol Spier (2 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Art Direction by

Peter Andringa (17 episodes, 2009-2010)

Randall Richards (3 episodes, 2008)

Roswell Hamrick (2 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Set Decoration by

Beth Kushnick (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Louise Roper (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Justin Papp (18 episodes, 2008-2009)

Bobbi Allyn (3 episodes, 2010)

 

Series Costume Design by

Jenni Gullett (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Marie Abma (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Joanna Brett (2 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Makeup Department

Ian C. Ballard.... department head hair / department head hair stylist / ... (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Kymbra C. Kelley.... makeup department head / department head make-up (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Dana Hamel.... department head make-up / department head makeup (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Kymbra Callaghan.... makeup department head (18 episodes, 2008-2009)

Anne-Michelle Radcliffe.... hair department head / department head hair (16 episodes, 2008-2010)

Todd Masters.... special effects makeup designer / special effects makeup / ... (16 episodes, 2009-2010)

Stephen Kelley.... makeup effects designer / special makeup effects artist (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Calla Syna Dreyer.... assistant makeup artist / department head makeup / ... (8 episodes, 2009-2010)

Amanda Kuryk.... assistant makeup artist / first assistant makeup artist / ... (8 episodes, 2010)

Louie Zakarian.... special makeup effects artist / special effects makeup designer (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Stephen G. Bishop.... department head hair (4 episodes, 2008)

Rachel Griffin.... special makeup effects artist / makeup artist (4 episodes, 2010)

Andy Clement.... special makeup effects designer/creator (2 episodes, 2009)

Craig Lindberg.... additional makeup effects (2 episodes, 2009)

Lancel Reyes.... special makeup effects artist (2 episodes, 2009)

Kathleen P. Campbell.... first assistant hair stylist (2 episodes, 2010)

Mariah Crawley.... second assistant hair stylist (2 episodes, 2010)

Angela Wood.... first assistant makeup artist (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Neil Morrill.... special makeup effects artist (unknown episodes)

 

Series Production Management

Robert M. Williams Jr..... unit production manager (36 episodes, 2008-2010)

Andrew Balek.... post-production supervisor (28 episodes, 2008-2010)

John Klump.... post-production supervisor (23 episodes, 2008-2010)

Vladimir Stefoff.... production manager (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Amanda Lencioni.... post-production supervisor (14 episodes, 2009-2010)

Dana J. Kuznetzkoff.... unit production manager / unit production manager: NY (6 episodes, 2008)

Brian Moraga.... post-production supervisor (6 episodes, 2010)

April Nocifora.... post-production supervisor (6 episodes, 2010)

Michael C. Young.... production manager (3 episodes, 2009)

Jill Risk.... post-production supervisor (3 episodes, 2010)

Daniel Rodriguez.... post-production supervisor (2 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Brian Giddens.... first assistant director (11 episodes, 2009-2010)

Warren Hanna.... second assistant director (11 episodes, 2009-2010)

Vadim Epstein.... second second assistant director (10 episodes, 2009)

Brent Crowell.... first assistant director: second unit / first assistant director (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Greg Zenon.... first assistant director (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Amy Lynn.... second assistant director (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Gary S. Rake.... first assistant director (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

David R. Baron.... second assistant director (8 episodes, 2009-2010)

Patrick Mangan.... second assistant director (7 episodes, 2008-2010)

Marcos González Palma.... second assistant director: second unit / second second assistant director (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Colin MacLellan.... first assistant director (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Thomas Tobin.... assistant director: second unit / second second assistant director (7 episodes, 2008)

Cole Boughton.... trainee assistant director (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tim Whyte.... second second assistant director / third assistant director / ... (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Joshua Lucido.... dga trainee (6 episodes, 2008)

Tammy Tamkin.... second assistant director: second unit / third assistant director: second unit (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Sarah Rae Garrett.... second assistant director / second assistant director: NY (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christo Morse.... first assistant director (3 episodes, 2008)

John E. Gallagher.... first assistant director (3 episodes, 2009-2010)

Karin Behrenz.... third assistant director (2 episodes, 2010)

Katherine Keizer.... second assistant director (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Adam Bocknek.... third assistant director (unknown episodes)

Patrick Murphy.... third assistant director (unknown episodes)

 

Series Art Department

Gavin De West.... assistant property master / on-set props (26 episodes, 2009-2011)

Michael Love.... props / props buyer (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Robert K. Smith.... property master (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

John Wilcox.... paint coordinator (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Justin Papp.... on-set dresser (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Kaem Coughlin.... camera scenic artist (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Judy Gurr.... assistant set decorator (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Emily Gaunt.... charge scenic artist (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Anya Lebow.... set dresser (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Bentley Wood.... on-set property assistant / first property assistant / ... (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Paula R. Montgomery.... set decoration buyer (16 episodes, 2009-2010)

Theresa Gonzalez.... scenic industrial (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Michael D. Harrell.... assistant property master (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Matthew Rignanese.... art department (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Peter Gelfman.... property master (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Robin McAllister.... assistant property master (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Natalie N. Dorset.... property master / props (10 episodes, 2008-2010)

Robert Zorella.... art department coordinator (10 episodes, 2008)

Jeremy Rosenstein.... assistant art director (9 episodes, 2008-2009)

Holly Watson.... graphic artist (9 episodes, 2008)

Kyle Salvatore.... assistant property master (8 episodes, 2009)

Robert Ludemann.... additional graphic artist (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Michael Dundas.... scenic artist (7 episodes, 2009)

Victoria Stewart.... art department assistant (6 episodes, 2008)

Clare Davis.... construction coordinator (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Eliza Hooker.... set dresser (6 episodes, 2010)

Sylvia Trapanese.... scenic foreman (5 episodes, 2008)

Vincent Accardi.... construction coordinator (4 episodes, 2008)

William Stenzel.... construction foreman (4 episodes, 2008)

Tara Boccia.... props (4 episodes, 2009)

Kevin L. Raper.... additional graphic artist (3 episodes, 2009)

James V. Kent.... assistant property master (2 episodes, 2008)

Lisa Kent.... assistant set decorator (2 episodes, 2008)

Randall Richards.... assistant art director (2 episodes, 2008)

Cathie Hahnel.... graphic artist / graphic design: art department (2 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tessa Brophy.... art department coordinator (2 episodes, 2009)

Chris Andreas.... set decorating coordinator (2 episodes, 2010)

Alistair Bell.... carpenter (2 episodes, 2010)

Todd Brooks.... buyer (2 episodes, 2010)

Lisa Canzi.... art department coordinator (2 episodes, 2010)

Sierra Laflamme.... on-set dresser (2 episodes, 2010)

Bob Levesque.... assistant property master (2 episodes, 2010)

Sergio Mattei.... lead dresser (2 episodes, 2010)

Mark Morgan.... lead dresser (2 episodes, 2010)

Eric Partridge.... props (2 episodes, 2010)

Brent Russell.... assistant set decorator (2 episodes, 2010)

Rob Schwenk.... foreman (2 episodes, 2010)

Jerry Staar.... assistant props (2 episodes, 2010)

 

Series Sound Department

Rick Norman.... re-recording mixer / sound re-recording mixer (26 episodes, 2009-2010)

Thomas A. Harris.... supervising sound editor (23 episodes, 2008-2010)

Eric Batut.... sound mixer (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Paul Curtis.... supervising sound editor (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Bruce Tanis.... sound effects designer / sound effects editor / ... (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Larry Hoff.... sound mixer (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Kyle Billingsley.... foley mixer (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Michael Ferdie.... sound editor (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Nick Neutra.... foley supervisor (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Tom E. Dahl.... sound re-recording mixer / re-recording mixer (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Mark D. Fleming.... sound re-recording mixer / re-recording mixer (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

David Long.... audio layback (18 episodes, 2008-2009)

Mark Hensley.... re-recording mixer (17 episodes, 2009-2010)

Deron Street.... first assistant sound editor (16 episodes, 2008-2010)

Michael Fowler.... adr recordist (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Cynthia Merrill.... foley artist (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Douglas Murray.... adr mixer (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jason Oliver.... adr mixer / sound recordist (13 episodes, 2008-2010)

Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves.... dialogue editor (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Bob Kellough.... sound effects editor (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Mark DeSimone.... adr mixer: New York (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Beauxregard Neylon.... adr mixer (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Daniel Brennan.... adr mixer (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christopher B. Reeves.... dialogue editor (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

John Guentner.... foley cueing / foley mixer assistant (7 episodes, 2009)

Brian Harman.... re-recording mixer / sound re-recording mixer (7 episodes, 2010)

Stephen Fitzmaurice.... adr mixer (5 episodes, 2008-2010)

Steffan Falesitch.... sound editor (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Scott Cannizzaro.... adr mixer (5 episodes, 2009-2010)

Daniel McIntosh.... sound mixer: tandem unit (4 episodes, 2008)

Amanda Jacques.... utility (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Noah Timan.... additional sound mixer (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Richard Partlow.... foley artist (3 episodes, 2009-2010)

Mark Allen.... sound effects editor (3 episodes, 2010)

Shelley Roden.... foley artist (3 episodes, 2010)

James Bailey.... foley artist (2 episodes, 2008)

Paul Tirone.... adr mixer / adr recordist (2 episodes, 2008)

Marc Meyer.... sound effects editor (2 episodes, 2009-2010)

Bobby Roelofs.... sound utility (2 episodes, 2009)

Steven J. Rogers.... production sound mixer: second unit / sound: second unit (2 episodes, 2009)

Danny Duperrault.... boom operator (2 episodes, 2010)

Eric Justen.... sound re-recording mixer (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Sean Paul Armstrong.... second boom operator (unknown episodes)

Alan Zielonko.... boom operator (unknown episodes)

 

Series Special Effects by

Bob Comer.... special effects coordinator (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Douglas W. Beard.... special effects designer (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Conrad V. Brink Jr..... special effects coordinator (14 episodes, 2008-2010)

Harry Tomsic.... fabricator/welder (2 episodes, 2010)

 

Series Visual Effects by

Jay Worth.... visual effects supervisor: Los Angeles / visual effects supervisor / ... (43 episodes, 2008-2010)

Chris Wright.... visual effects producer (39 episodes, 2008-2010)

Rodrigo Dorsch.... digital compositor: Zoic Studios / lead compositor: Zoic Studios (35 episodes, 2008-2010)

Lee Gabel.... matchmove artist / match move artist / ... (34 episodes, 2008-2010)

Davy Nethercutt.... digital compositor (31 episodes, 2008-2010)

Johnathan R. Banta.... lead compositor / digital compositor / ... (29 episodes, 2008-2010)

Robert Habros.... visual effects supervisor: Vancouver (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Christopher Scollard.... visual effects supervisor / visual effects supervisor: New York / ... (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Jake Braver.... visual effects assistant / additional visual effects supervisor (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christopher Lance.... digital compositor: CoSA VFX (16 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tom Mahoney.... digital compositor: CoSA VFX (16 episodes, 2009-2010)

David Beedon.... digital effects artist: CoSA VFX (15 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jon Tanimoto.... digital compositor: CoSA VFX (15 episodes, 2009-2010)

Paul Le Blanc.... computer graphics playback (14 episodes, 2008-2009)

Michael Kirylo.... lead cgi artist (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jason Sax.... visual effects coordinator (11 episodes, 2010)

Scott Dewis.... cgi supervisor: Race Rocks Digital / CGI supervisor: Race Rocks Digital [ca] (10 episodes, 2008)

Ben Campanaro.... compositor: Eden FX / rotoscope artist: Eden FX (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Stefan Bredereck.... visual effects compositor: EdenFX / visual effects and animation: EdenFX / ... (8 episodes, 2009-2010)

Ido Banai.... digital compositor (7 episodes, 2008)

Fred Pienkos.... digital compositor (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Eric Hance.... visual effects artist (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Edward M. Ruiz II.... digital compositor: Eden FX / rotoscope artist: Eden FX / ... (6 episodes, 2010)

Andrew Orloff.... vfx supervisor: Zoic Studios (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Dave Zeevalk.... digital effects artist / digital artist: Zoic Studios (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Stephen W. Pugh.... visual effects producer: EdenFX (5 episodes, 2009)

Ilan Gabai.... digital effects artist (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Matt Rosenfeld.... lighting lead / visual effects artist (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Craig Edwards.... digital effects artist: EdenFX (4 episodes, 2009-2010)

Adica Manis.... visual effects producer: Pixomondo (4 episodes, 2010)

Ricardo Nadu.... rigger: Zoic Studios (3 episodes, 2008)

Lars Simkins.... visual effects artist / matte artist (3 episodes, 2009-2010)

Eric Haas.... digital effects artist: EdenFX (3 episodes, 2009)

John Karner.... visual effects (3 episodes, 2009)

Jeffrey I. Kaplan.... visual effects artist: Eden FX (3 episodes, 2010)

Jesse Siglow.... compositor (2 episodes, 2008-2009)

Charles Bunnag.... digital matte artist (2 episodes, 2008)

Marlon Perez.... digital artist (2 episodes, 2008)

Levi Ahmu.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2009)

Tim Matney.... matte painter (2 episodes, 2009)

Matthew Collorafice.... digital compositor (2 episodes, 2010)

Charles Collyer.... digital compositor (2 episodes, 2010)

Jason Hearne.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2010)

Mark Hennessy-Barrett.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2010)

Scott Kingston.... visual effects producer (2 episodes, 2010)

Chris Montesano.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2010)

Jose Perez.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2010)

John J. Renzulli.... digital compositor (2 episodes, 2010)

Derek Serra.... visual effects artist (2 episodes, 2010)

John Vanderbeck.... digital compositor (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Kristen Branan.... head of production: Zoic Studios (unknown episodes)

Jon Dudkowski.... visual effects editor (unknown episodes)

Joseph Ngo.... systems administrator (unknown episodes)

Ricardo Quintero.... digital compositor (unknown episodes)

Tefft Smith.... digital artist (unknown episodes)

Sean Tompkins.... visual effects coordinator (unknown episodes)

 

Series Stunts

Shauna Duggins.... stunt coordinator / stunt double: Anna Torv (21 episodes, 2008-2010)

Mike Mitchell.... stunt coordinator (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Mike Burke.... stunt driver / stunt double / ... (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

David Shumbris.... stunts / stunt double (6 episodes, 2008-2009)

Roy Farfel.... stunt driver (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Maja Stace-Smith.... stunt double: Anna Torv / stunt performer: nurse (5 episodes, 2010)

Jared Burke.... stunt double / stunts (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Joanne Lamstein.... stunt performer / stunt double: Blair Brown / ... (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Ian Mclaughlin.... key stunt rigger / stunt double / ... (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Luis Moco.... stunt performer (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Gene Harrison.... stunts / stunt performer (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Donald John Hewitt.... stunts (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Cort Hessler.... stunt coordinator / stunts (3 episodes, 2009)

Rick Pearce.... stunt coordinator (3 episodes, 2010)

Caroline Leppanen.... stunt double / stunts (2 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christopher Place.... stunt double / stunts (2 episodes, 2008-2009)

Rob Hayter.... stunt double: Stephen McHattie / stunt performer (2 episodes, 2009-2010)

Chad Hessler.... stunts (2 episodes, 2009)

Chad Sayn.... stunt rigger (2 episodes, 2009)

Atlin Mitchell.... stunt double: Anna Torv (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Bryan Renfro.... stunt driver (unknown episodes, 2008)

Jere Gillis.... stunt driver (unknown episodes)

Blair Johannes.... stunt double: Mark Valley (unknown episodes)

Danny Lima.... stunts (unknown episodes)

John MacDonald.... stunt performer (unknown episodes)

Ken Quinn.... stunt coordinator (unknown episodes)

Branko Racki.... stunt performer (unknown episodes)

Robert Racki.... utility stunts (unknown episodes)

Steve 'Shack' Shackleton.... stunt driver (unknown episodes)

Al Vrkljan.... stunt driver (unknown episodes)

 

Series Camera and Electrical Department

David S. Warner.... gaffer (25 episodes, 2009-2010)

David J. Dawson.... key grip (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Scott Wallace.... video playback operator (23 episodes, 2009-2010)

Philip Gleason.... video playback operator (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Tim Guinness.... gaffer (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Cesar Baptista.... dolly grip (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christopher Tammaro.... camera operator: "a" camera (20 episodes, 2009-2010)

Sal Lanza.... key grip (18 episodes, 2008-2010)

Denny Kortze.... second assistant camera: "a" camera / first assistant camera: 2nd unit / ... (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jeff Muhlstock.... camera operator / steadicam operator / ... (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Ed Nessen.... first assistant camera: "b" camera (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Meg Kettell.... second assistant camera: "b" camera (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Andre Gheorghiu.... motion picture video coordinator (15 episodes, 2009-2010)

Mark Lunn.... assistant camera / first assistant camera / ... (15 episodes, 2009-2010)

Prem Marimuthu.... lighting technician (14 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tim McAuliffe.... rigging gaffer (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jon Jovellanos.... best boy grip: second unit (13 episodes, 2009-2010)

Ryan McMaster.... director of photography: second unit (13 episodes, 2009-2010)

Andrew Priestley.... first assistant camera (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Max Torroba.... computer/video playback coordinator / playback coordinator (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Edward Hohman.... dolly grip: 2nd unit (7 episodes, 2009)

Ted Goodwin.... electric / grip (6 episodes, 2008)

Nick Maczka.... grip (6 episodes, 2009)

Chris Drechsler.... lighting technician (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Michael Fuchs.... camera production assistant (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Steve Drellich.... camera operator: "b" camera (5 episodes, 2008)

Andrew Voegeli.... b camera / steadicam operator (5 episodes, 2009)

Saade Mustafa.... second unit: camera operator (4 episodes, 2008-2009)

Peter McEntyre.... rigging gaffer (4 episodes, 2008)

Lou Gruzelier.... steadicam operator / Steadicam operator / ... (4 episodes, 2009-2010)

Stephen Girouard.... grip (4 episodes, 2009)

Daniel Luebke.... electrician (4 episodes, 2009)

Jacob Bond.... lighting technician (4 episodes, 2010)

Phil Oetiker.... camera operator (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Donald Russell.... additional camera operator / camera operator: second unit (3 episodes, 2009)

Edward Herrera.... camera production assistant (2 episodes, 2008)

Douglas Pellegrino.... additional camera operator (2 episodes, 2008)

Virgile Dean.... grip (2 episodes, 2009-2010)

Doug Brantner.... lighting technician (2 episodes, 2009)

David A. Erickson.... electrician (2 episodes, 2009)

Christopher B. Green.... first assistant camera / first assistant camera: "b" camera (2 episodes, 2009)

Pieter Reyneke.... lighting technician (2 episodes, 2009)

Daniel D. Sariano.... assistant camera (2 episodes, 2009)

Jennifer Scarlata.... electrician (2 episodes, 2009)

John C. Walker.... camera trainee (2 episodes, 2009)

Bruce Crawford.... best boy grip (2 episodes, 2010)

Nazim Edeer.... second assistant camera: "b" camera (2 episodes, 2010)

Katie Matheson.... loader (2 episodes, 2010)

Craig Munroe.... dolly grip: "a" camera (2 episodes, 2010)

Geoff Preston.... lamp operator (2 episodes, 2010)

Tobias Sarin.... first assistant camera: "b" camera (2 episodes, 2010)

Kevin Stachow.... generator operator (2 episodes, 2010)

Chris Stigter.... rigging gaffer (2 episodes, 2010)

James Warner.... best boy (2 episodes, 2010)

Mark Weinhaupl.... second assistant camera: "a" camera (2 episodes, 2010)

Jason Tidsbury.... light balloon technician (2 episodes, 2011)

  

Darren Spriet.... camera loader (unknown episodes)

Dean Stinchcombe.... first assistant camera (unknown episodes)

John Sztejnmiler.... generator operator (unknown episodes)

Franco Tata.... gaffer (unknown episodes)

 

Series Casting Department

Stephanie R. Hunter.... extras casting associate (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

April Webster.... original casting (18 episodes, 2008-2010)

Corinne Clark.... casting: Canada (17 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jennifer Page.... casting: Canada (17 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tiffany Moon.... extras casting director (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Maria Higgins.... casting associate (13 episodes, 2008-2010)

Sara Isaacson.... casting associate (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Rori Bergman.... casting associate (7 episodes, 2008)

Jaye Riske.... casting associate (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Michelle Allen.... casting: Canada (6 episodes, 2009)

Luis Sanchez-Cañete.... extras casting / extras casting director (4 episodes, 2008)

 

Series Costume and Wardrobe Department

Heather Rupert.... costume dyer/breakdown (21 episodes, 2009-2010)

Audrey Wong.... costume set supervisor / set supervisor (19 episodes, 2009-2010)

Careen Fowles.... costume supervisor (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Danielle Rice.... costume department intern (15 episodes, 2008-2009)

Kurtis Reeves.... prep costumer/buyer (14 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jessica Pitcairn.... costume coordinator (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Amela Baksic.... assistant costume designer (10 episodes, 2008-2009)

Rachel Leek.... key costumer (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Carmia Marshall.... key costumer / set costumer (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Stephani Lewis.... costume coordinator (8 episodes, 2008)

Lisa Padovani.... associate costume designer (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Debbe DuPerrieu.... set costumer (4 episodes, 2009-2010)

Thomas M. Smalley.... additional wardrobe (4 episodes, 2009)

Tina Ulee.... second costumer (4 episodes, 2009)

Natalie Arango.... key set costumer (3 episodes, 2008)

Shane Deschamps.... costume supervisor / set costumer (3 episodes, 2009)

Barrett Hong.... wardrobe supervisor (3 episodes, 2009)

Derek Moreno.... set costumer (2 episodes, 2008)

Jessica Costa.... costume coordinator (2 episodes, 2010)

Kevin Knight.... assistant costume designer (2 episodes, 2010)

Clare McLaren.... truck costumer (2 episodes, 2010)

Maria Waterman.... background costumer (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Nadia 'Sunny' Sorge.... background costume supervisor: pilot episode (unknown episodes)

 

Series Editorial Department

Tyson Hilgenberg.... post-production coordinator (39 episodes, 2008-2010)

Chad Rubel.... assistant editor / first assistant editor (19 episodes, 2008-2010)

Elizabeth Barnette.... assistant editor (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jennifer Van Goethem.... assistant editor (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Lisa De Moraes.... assistant editor (6 episodes, 2008-2010)

Joshua Alan Baca.... online editor (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

Luyen H. Vu.... assistant editor (5 episodes, 2008-2009)

 

Series Music Department

Charles Scott IV.... music supervisor (63 episodes, 2008-2011)

Paul Apelgren.... music editor (44 episodes, 2008-2010)

J.J. Abrams.... composer: main title theme / composer: theme music (43 episodes, 2008-2010)

Billy Gottlieb.... music supervisor (41 episodes, 2008-2010)

Stephen M. Davis.... music editor (20 episodes, 2008-2010)

Chad Seiter.... composer: additional music (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Chris Tilton.... composer: additional music (10 episodes, 2009)

Dan Wallin.... score engineer (6 episodes, 2008)

Michael Aarvold.... music scoring mixer (2 episodes, 2009)

 

Series Transportation Department

Larry Tardif.... transportation captain / camera car driver (8 episodes, 2009-2010)

Mike Zosiuk.... transportation security captain (5 episodes, 2010)

  

Gord Bettles.... picture car mechanic (unknown episodes)

 

Series Other crew

Andrew Kramer.... main title design / title designer / ... (40 episodes, 2008-2010)

Mindy Stevenson.... accounting auditor (34 episodes, 2008-2010)

Amy D'Alessandro.... titles / titles by (31 episodes, 2008-2010)

Cole Boughton.... key production assistant / production assistant (22 episodes, 2009-2010)

Scott Walden.... location manager (22 episodes, 2009-2010)

Nathaniel Moher.... assistant production coordinator / second assistant production coordinator (22 episodes, 2010-2011)

Graham Roland.... executive story editor (22 episodes, 2010-2011)

Yuell Newsome.... stock librarian (20 episodes, 2008-2009)

Diego Daniel Pardo.... on set dialect coach (19 episodes, 2008-2009)

Erika Goldfarb.... assistant production office coordinator (18 episodes, 2008-2009)

Bill Burns.... location scout (18 episodes, 2009-2010)

Jeffrey A. Brown.... assistant location manager (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Talia Mayer.... location coordinator (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Kerry Roberts.... payroll accountant (17 episodes, 2008-2009)

Lynn H. Powers.... location manager (16 episodes, 2008-2010)

Rob Coleman.... location scout (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Rachel A. Gibson.... assistant accountant (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Justin Kron.... location scout (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Amy Meisner.... set production assistant / staff production assistant / ... (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Matthew H. Wiesner.... location scout (16 episodes, 2008-2009)

Suzanne Clements-Smith.... assistant accountant (16 episodes, 2009-2010)

Shabazz Ray.... stand-in: Lance Reddick (15 episodes, 2008-2009)

Krista Huppert.... payroll assistant / payroll: crew (15 episodes, 2009-2010)

Malissa Katrynuk.... location scout (14 episodes, 2009-2010)

Stephen Ananicz.... set production assistant / production assistant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Gjustina Dushku.... production assistant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Rosa Garces.... second assistant accountant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jesse Hove.... location assistant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Colby Knapp.... key second assistant accountant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

James Parsons.... production assistant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Vince Robinette.... production accountant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jamie Vermilye.... location assistant (13 episodes, 2008-2009)

Garnett Humenick.... craft service (13 episodes, 2009-2010)

Tom Teotico.... location scout (13 episodes, 2009-2010)

Dhana Rivera.... production coordinator (12 episodes, 2008-2009)

Nora Zuckerman.... staff writer (12 episodes, 2009-2010)

Josh Arnoudse.... production assistant (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Ramón Rodríguez.... first accountant / first assistant accountant (11 episodes, 2008-2009)

Alexandra La Roche.... script supervisor (11 episodes, 2009-2010)

Max Torroba.... playback coordinator / computer/video playback coordinator (11 episodes, 2009-2010)

Lindsey Lefkow.... production secretary (10 episodes, 2008-2009)

Bonny Northcott.... trainee assistant location manager / assistant: location manager / ... (10 episodes, 2009-2010)

Sonja Beck Gingerich.... location assistant (9 episodes, 2008-2009)

Christopher M. Lewis.... office production assistant (9 episodes, 2008)

Rachel Connors.... script supervisor (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Patti Henderson.... script supervisor (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Shayne A. Wilson.... assistant production coordinator / first assistant production coordinator (9 episodes, 2009-2010)

Chris Farrow.... production assistant (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Suk Yi Mar.... assistant location manager (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

Jacob Silver.... location unit assistant (8 episodes, 2008)

Tyler Scott.... production assistant (8 episodes, 2010)

Sean Wolput.... key production assistant (8 episodes, 2010)

Joshua Williams.... production assistant (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Maire Ni Rochain.... production coordinator (7 episodes, 2009-2010)

Michael Bishop.... production assistant (7 episodes, 2009)

Joseph Lombardi.... production accountant (7 episodes, 2009)

Joshua A. Friedman.... production assistant (6 episodes, 2008)

Paul Kahil.... production assistant (6 episodes, 2008)

Michael Bendner.... background coordinator (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Kymn Brettoner.... production accountant (6 episodes, 2009-2010)

Dan Majkut.... production assistant (6 episodes, 2009)

Joe Proietto.... office production assistant (5 episodes, 2008)

Anita Meehan-Truelove.... production coordinator (5 episodes, 2009-2010)

Steve Loff.... assistant accountant (5 episodes, 2009)

Sean M. Sullivan.... location scout (5 episodes, 2009)

Shawn Wilson.... assistant accountant (5 episodes, 2009)

Imran Yusufzai.... accounting clerk (5 episodes, 2009)

Lilla Zuckerman.... staff writer (5 episodes, 2010)

Jillian Demmerle.... location coordinator (4 episodes, 2008)

Quincy Gow.... production secretary (4 episodes, 2008)

Orit Greenberg.... location scout (4 episodes, 2008)

Liz Magee.... production assistant (4 episodes, 2008)

Lisa Molinaro.... script supervisor (4 episodes, 2008)

Melissa Kalbfus.... script supervisor: 2nd Unit (4 episodes, 2009)

Natalie Lapointe.... assistant: Reid Shane (4 episodes, 2009)

Ryan Steacy.... armorer (4 episodes, 2010)

Christina Cortez.... production assistant / additional production assistant (3 episodes, 2008-2009)

Scotch James Diaz Crisostomo.... payroll accountant (3 episodes, 2008)

Shannon Dennard.... location scout (3 episodes, 2008)

Catherine Gore.... script supervisor (3 episodes, 2008)

John F. Perez Jr..... location production assistant (3 episodes, 2008)

R. Zachary Shildwachter.... production assistant (3 episodes, 2008)

Paul Singh.... location scout (3 episodes, 2008)

Marisa Vrooman.... location scout (3 episodes, 2008)

Nils Widboom.... location scout (3 episodes, 2008)

Justin Doble.... script coordinator (3 episodes, 2009-2010)

Dan Kukkonen.... first assistant accountant (3 episodes, 2009)

Desiree Young.... location scout (3 episodes, 2009)

Robert Chiappetta.... story editor (3 episodes, 2010)

Ethan Gross.... story editor (3 episodes, 2010)

Colleen Reid.... assistant to director (3 episodes, 2010)

Glen Whitman.... story editor (3 episodes, 2010)

Nate Braeuer.... location scout (2 episodes, 2008)

Evan Gabriele.... assistant location manager (2 episodes, 2008)

Damon Michael Gordon.... location manager (2 episodes, 2008)

Corri Hopkins.... location assistant (2 episodes, 2008)

Keith Marlin.... background production assistant (2 episodes, 2008)

Anthony Vincent.... martial arts trainer: Joshua Jackson (2 episodes, 2008)

Devin Taylor.... playback editor (2 episodes, 2009-2010)

Amanda Bayard.... production assistant (2 episodes, 2009)

Michael Consolmagno.... production assistant (2 episodes, 2009)

Shane Lennox.... assistant location manager (2 episodes, 2009)

Loyzo Smolinsky.... production secretary (2 episodes, 2009)

Marina Alstad.... background coordinator (2 episodes, 2010)

Michelle Louise Bartolo.... assistant accountant (2 episodes, 2010)

Stuart Blackie.... office production assistant (2 episodes, 2010)

Jessica Feskun.... trainee assistant location manager (2 episodes, 2010)

Victor Formosa.... production assistant (2 episodes, 2010)

Steven Forster.... chef: Edible Planet (2 episodes, 2010)

Anji Freeland.... payroll: cast/US (2 episodes, 2010)

Jennifer Giannone.... clerk (2 episodes, 2010)

Ingrid Kenning.... script supervisor (2 episodes, 2010)

Tom MacNeill.... stand-in (2 episodes, 2010)

Marion Pejaire.... production assistant (2 episodes, 2010)

Sacha Schaddelee.... assistant chef: Edible Planet (2 episodes, 2010)

Cimone Schelle.... assistant chef: Edible Planet (2 episodes, 2010)

Tiffani Timms.... stand-in (2 episodes, 2010)

Linda Watters.... stand-in (2 episodes, 2010)

Lisa Wilder.... script supervisor (2 episodes, 2010)

  

Magali Boccaccio.... script coordinator (unknown episodes)

Amy Cuthbertson.... production coordinator (unknown episodes)

Stephanie Holinski.... production assistant (unknown episodes)

Andrea Voss.... assistant production coordinator (unknown episodes)

Casey Wallace.... production assistant (unknown episodes)

 

Series Thanks

Oliver Wyman.... special thanks (1 episode, 2010)

  

Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

Promo...

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

 

Eva Rinaldi Photography

www.evarinaldi.com

Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

Promo...

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

Promo...

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

 

Eva Rinaldi Photography

www.evarinaldi.com

Elfia Haarzuilen 2014 saturday 19 april 2014

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elfia.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elfia editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Hair: Starr Knight

MUA: Andrea Samuels

Photo & Styling: Dana Scruggs

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Hair: Starr Knight

MUA: Andrea Samuels

Photo & Styling: Dana Scruggs

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Elfia Haarzuilen 2014 saturday 19 april 2014

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elfia.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elfia editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Queen Marie at Bran Castle, Transylvania

from a period postcard

the castle was a present to the Queen from the City and Corporations of Brasov

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www[dot]blouseroumaine[dot]com/orderthebook_p1[dot]html

 

Ca. 1212 the Teutonic Knights built the wooden castle of Dietrichstein as a fortified position in the Burzenland at the entrance to a mountain valley through which traders had traveled for more than a millennium, although it was destroyed in 1242 by the Mongols. The first documented mentioning of Bran Castle is the act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Braşov) the privilege to build the stone citadel; the settlement of Bran began to develop nearby. The castle was first used in 1378 in defense against the Ottoman Empire, and later became a customs post on the mountain pass between Transylvania and Wallachia. The castle briefly belonged to Mircea the Elder of Wallachia. While Vlad Ţepeş did not actually live in the Bran Castle, it is believed he spent two days locked in the dungeon while the Ottomans controlled Transylvania.

 

From 1920, the castle became a royal residence within the Kingdom of Romania. It was the principal home of Queen Marie, and is decorated largely with artifacts from her time, including traditional furniture and tapestries that she collected to highlight Romanian crafts and skills.- It was inherited by her daughter, Princess Ileana, and was later seized by the communist regime after the expulsion of the royal family in 1948.

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"Blouse Roumaine - the Unsung Voices of Romanian Women"

 

Presented and Selected by Constantin ROMAN

 

Anthology E-BOOK (11BM)

 

DISTRIBUTION: Online with credit card

 

COST: $ 54.99, £34.99 (ca Euros 35.50)

 

LINK: www.blouseroumaine.com/orderthebook_p1.html

 

CONTENTS:

 

2,250,000 words,

 

over 1,000 pages,

 

ca 160 illustrations in text

 

160 critical biographies,

 

58 social categories/professions,

 

600 quotations (mostly translated into English for the first time),

 

circa 3,000 bibliographical references (including URLs and credits)

 

6 Indexes (alphabetical, by profession, timeline, quotation Index, place

 

index and name index)

 

AUTHOR: Constantin Roman is a Scholar with a Doctorate from Cambridge and a Member of the Society of Authors (London). He is an International Adviser, Guest Speaker, Professor Honoris Causa and Commander of the Order of Merit.

  

INDEX BY PROSFESSION: 58 CATEGORIES by Call, Profession or Social Status

 

Academics (22), Actresses (9), Anti-Communist Fighters (14), Architects/Interior Designers (2), Art Critics (9), Artist Book Binders (1), Ballerinas (6), Charity Workers/Benefactors (20), Communist Public Figures (2), Courtesans (3), Designers (2), Diplomats (4), Essayists (11), Ethnographers (6), Exiles & First-generation Romanians born abroad (87), Explorers (1), Feminists (12), Folk Singers (1), Gymnasts, Dressage Riders (2), Historians (5), Honorary Romanian Women (15), Illustrators (3), Journalists (13), Lawyers (4), Librarians (3), Linguists (2), Literary Critics (1), Media (15), Medical Doctors/Nurses (5), Memoir Writers (16), Missionaries and Nuns (4), Mountainéers (2), Museographers (1), Musical Instruments Makers (1), Novelists (24), Opera Singers (16), Painters (14), Peasant Farmers (6), Philosophers and Philosophy Graduates (4), Pianists (6), Pilots (4), Playwrights (5), Poets (29), Political Prisoners (30), Politicians (5), Revolutionaries (2), Royals and Aristocrats (34), Scientists (8), Sculptors (4), Slave (1), Socialites/Hostesses (20), Spouses/Relations of Public Figures (51), Spies (2), Tapestry Weavers (4), Translators (25), Unknown Illustrious (6), Violinists (4), Workers (3)

 

NOTE:

Most of the above 160 Romanian women, in the best tradition of versatility, are true polymaths and therefore nearly each one of them falls in more than just one category, often three or more. This explains why adding the numbers of the 57 individual categories bears no relation to the actual total of the above 160 women included in Blouse Roumaine.

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LIST OF 160 CRITICAL BIOGRAPHIES (each supported by Quotations and Bibliography)

 

AA *Gabriela Adamesteanu *Florenta Albu *Nina Arbore *Elena Arnàutoiu *Ioana Raluca Voicu-Arnàutoiu, *Laurentia Arnàutoiu *Mariea Plop - Arnàutoiu *Ana Aslan *Lady Elizabeth Asquith Bibescu

 

BB *Lauren Bacall *Lady Florence Baker *Zoe Bàlàceanu *Ecaterina Bàlàcioiu-Lovinescu *Victorine de Bellio *Pss. Marta Bibescu *Adriana Bittel *Maria Prodan Bjørnson *Ana Blandiana *Yvonne Blondel *Lola Bobescu *Smaranda Bràescu *Elena Bràtianu *Élise Bràtianu *Ioana Bràtianu *Elena Bràtianu- Racottà *Letitzia Bucur

 

CC *Anne-Marie Callimachi *Georgeta Cancicov *Madeleine Cancicov *Pss. Alexandra Cantacuzino *Pss.Maria Cantacuzino (Madame Puvis de Chavannes) *Pss. Maruca Cantacuzino-Enesco* Pss. Catherine Caradja *Elena Caragiani-Stoenescu *Marta Caraion-Blanc, *Nina Cassian, *Otilia Cazimir *Elena Ceausescu *Maria Cebotari *Ioana Celibidache *Hélène Chrissoveloni (Mme Paul Morand)*Alice Cocea *Irina Codreanu *Lizica Codreanu *Alina Cojocaru *Nadia Comàneci *Denisa Comànescu *Lena Constante *Silvia Constantinescu *Doina Cornea *Hortense Cornu *Viorica Cortez*Otilia Cosmutzà *Sandra Cotovu *Ileana Cotrubas *Carmen-Daniela Cràsnaru *Mioara Cremene *Florica Cristoforeanu *Pss. Elena Cuza

 

DD *Hariclea Darclée *Cella Delavrancea *Alina Diaconú *Varinca Diaconú *Anca Diamandy *Marie Ana Dràgescu *Rodica Dràghincescu *Bucura Dumbravà *Natalia Dumitrescu

 

EE *Micaela Eleutheriade *Queen Elisabeth of Romania (‘Carmen Sylva’) *Alexandra Enescu *Mica Ertegün

 

FF *Lizi Florescu, *Maria Forescu *Nicoleta Franck *Aurora Fúlgida

 

GG *Angela Gheorghiu *Pss Grigore Ghica *Pss. Georges Ghika (Liane de Pougy) *Veturia Goga *Maria Golescu *Nadia Gray *Olga Greceanu *Pss. Helen of Greece *Nicole Valéry-Grossu *Carmen Groza

 

HH *Virginia Andreescu Haret *Clara Haskil *Lucia Hossu-Longin

 

II *Pss. Ileana of Romania *Ana Ipàtescu *Marie-France Ionesco *Dora d’Istria *Rodica Iulian

 

JJ *Doina Jela *Lucretia Jurj

 

KK *Mite Kremnitz

 

LL *Marie-Jeanne Lecca *Madeleine Lipatti *Monica Lovinescu *Elena Lupescu

 

MM *Maria Mailat *Ileana Màlàncioiu *Ionela Manolesco *Lilly Marcou *Silvia Marcovici *Queen Marie of Romania *Ioana A. Marin *Ioana Meitani *Gabriela Melinescu *Veronica Micle *Nelly Miricioiu *Herta Müller *Alina Mungiu-Pippidi *Agnes Kelly Murgoci

 

NN *Mabel Nandris *Anita Nandris-Cudla *Lucia Negoità *Mariana Nicolesco *Countess Anna de Noailles *Ana Novac

 

OO *Helen O’Brien *Oana Orlea

 

PP *Hortensia Papadat-Bengescu *Milita Pàtrascu *Ana Pauker *Marta Petreu *Cornelia Pillat *Magdalena Popa *Elvira Popescu

 

RR *Ruxandra Racovitzà *Elisabeta Rizea *Eugenia Roman *Stella Roman *Queen Ana de România, *Pss. Margarita de România *Maria Rosetti *Elisabeth Roudinesco

 

SS *Annie Samuelli *Sylvia Sidney *Henriette-Yvonne Stahl *Countess Leopold Starszensky *Elena Stefoi *Pss. Marina Stirbey *Sanda Stolojan *Cecilia Cutzescu-Storck

 

TT *Maria Tànase *Aretia Tàtàrescu *Monica Theodorescu *Elena Theodorini

 

UU *Viorica Ursuleac

 

VV *Elena Vàcàrescu *Leontina Vàduva *Ana Velescu *Marioara Ventura *Anca Visdei *Wanda Sachelarie Vladimirescu *Alice Steriade Voinescu

 

WW *Sabina Wurmbrand

 

ZZ *Virginia Zeani

    

Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Model: Angela the Muse

Hair: Starr Knight

MUA: Andrea Samuels

Photo & Styling: Dana Scruggs

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So admittedly I don't know a whole lot about some of these characters; mostly Angela and Jessica Priest. Regardless, after I made Sam and Twitch I figured I may as well tackle a few more.

 

Overtkill: clone head, Neko Knights armor, Dastan torso, Nexo Knights legs.

 

Angela: Hawkman helmet, Rey head, Ninjago armor, Geonosian torso/legs.

 

Clown/Violator: Captain Stacy hair, Joker Henchman head, Harry Potter Werewolf torso.

 

Spawn: Custom printed Brick Brigade fig I got at a Lego Convention..

 

Sam and Twitch: You've seen em before.

 

Jessica Priest: Superman hair, Catwoman head, ninjago armor, Luminara Unduli torso, Cartridges by Brickforge, Space Police Criminal legs.

 

I may do some other 90's Image characters someday. Maybe. Don't hold your breath on it.

Let me know what you think!

Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

Promo...

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

 

Eva Rinaldi Photography

www.evarinaldi.com

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See also:

a) 2010 Army Run results for Ottawa & area runners;

b) 2011 Army Run results;

c) 2011 Army Run photos by a runner.

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Sept. 14, 2011. For the 21.1 km (13 mile) half-marathon race, the following local runners have registered with the Running Room for the Sept. 18th Canada Army Run in Ottawa. The list is sorted by community (Ottawa first) and then by first name.

 

* On Sept. 18th, 16,000 runners participated in the 21.1 km and 5 km races.

 

Part A. Ottawa

Part B. Other Communities (e.g., Gatineau, Kanata, Nepean, Orleans)

 

A. Ottawa

 

1,….Adriana Zeleney

2,….Adrien Barrieau

3,….Adrienne Mertin

4,….Ajay Singh

5,….Al Okroy

6,….Al Stewart

7,….Alain Therriault

8,….Alain Vermette

9,….Alan Chaffe

10,….Alan Chan

11,….Alan Yeadon

12,….Alex Renwick

13,….Alex Turner

14,….Alexandra Averbeck

15,….Alice Kwong

16,….Alicia Chénier

17,….Alison McCray

18,….Alla Laporte

19,….Allan Crisford

20,….Allan Gauci

21,….Allison Gracie

22,….Allison Grimsey

23,….Allison Meek

24,….Allison Sephton

25,….Allister Hain

26,….Amanda van beinum

27,….Amber Tower

28,….Amy Glover

29,….Anais Lussier-Labelle

30,….Andre Dion

31,….andre hiotis

32,….Andrea Karklins

33,….Andrea Lau

34,….Andrea Letham

35,….Andrea Matthews

36,….Andrea Mills

37,….Andrée Morin

38,….Andree-Anne Girard

39,….Andrew Butson

40,….Andrew Mendes

41,….Andrew Ng

42,….andrew staples

43,….Andrew Young

44,….Angela Feurstein

45,….Angela Hardy

46,….Angela Koskie

47,….Angela Lamb

48,….Angela Marcantonio

49,….Angy Dauth

50,….Anika Clark

51,….Anita Choquette

52,….Ann Gregory

53,….Ann Lanthier

54,….Ann Marie Fyfe

55,….Anna Hoefnagels

56,….Anna Pham

57,….Anne Bowker

58,….Anne McNamara

59,….Anne Pearce

60,….Annie Oger

61,….Ann-Marie Reid

62,….Anthea Garrick Menard

63,….April Dickson

64,….Arleigh Romyn

65,….Ashlee Linton

66,….Ashley Butcher

67,….Audrey Taylor

68,….Azhra McMahon

69,….Barbara Burkhard

70,….Barbara Campbell

71,….Barbara Dundas

72,….Barbara Gibbon

73,….Barbara Jovaisas

74,….Barbara Mingie

75,….Bart Bakker

76,….Ben Tobali

77,….Ben-Zion Caspi

78,….Bernard Charlebois

79,….Betty Bulman

80,….Bill McEachern

81,….Bill Salminen

82,….Bill Wilson

83,….Blake Davis

84,….Bob McCulloch

85,….Bob McGillivray

86,….Bob MUISE

87,….Bonnie Mechefske

88,….Brad Lobregt

89,….Bradley Conley

90,….Bradley Davis

91,….Brenda Bethune

92,….Brent Tower

93,….Brian Davis

94,….Brian O'Higgins

95,….Brian Sanford

96,….Brian Senecal

97,….Brigitte Martel

98,….Brittany Hunt

99,….Bruce Jackson

100,….Bruce Muise

101,….Bryan Morris

102,….Caitlin O'Higgins

103,….Cameron Beare

104,….Cameron Fraser

105,….Carole Harrison

106,….Carolyn Frank

107,….Cassandra Chouinard

108,….Cassandra Lively

109,….Cassandra Lombardo

110,….Cassie Hodgins

111,….Catherine Caron

112,….Catherine Khordoc

113,….Catherine Peirce

114,….Catherine Pound

115,….Catherine St. Louis

116,….Catherine Wallace

117,….Cathy Takahashi

118,….Chanel Huard

119,….Chantal Campbell

120,….Chantal Lacroix

121,….Chantal Pilon

122,….Charity Dowdell

123,….Charlene Mathias

124,….Chelsea MacDonell

125,….Cheryl Birker

126,….Cheryl McIntyre

127,….Chloe MacDonell

128,….Chris Bright

129,….Chris Gardner

130,….Chris Hale

131,….Chris Liebenberg

132,….Chris Moule

133,….Chris Nestor

134,….Chris Renwick

135,….Chris Salter

136,….Chris Sutherland

137,….Chris Weicker

138,….Christene White

139,….Christian Del Valle

140,….Christiane Laperrière

141,….Christie Swann

142,….Christina Gubbels

143,….Christina Jutzi

144,….Christina Martinez

145,….Christina Mullally

146,….Christine Geraghty

147,….Christine Hodge

148,….Christine Robbins

149,….Christine Smith

150,….Christopher Farrell

151,….Cindy Maraj

152,….Claire Samson

153,….Claude Béland

154,….Claude Papineau

155,….Claudia Rutherford

156,….Colleen Bigelow

157,….Connie Acelvari

158,….Constance Craig

159,….Cori Dinovitzer

160,….Corinna Simmons

161,….Cory Martin

162,….Court Curry

163,….Courtney Ka;bflsiech

164,….Courtney Powless

165,….Craig Carney

166,….Craig Mantle

167,….Craig Rosario

168,….Curtis McGrath

169,….Dan Shea

170,….Dan St-Arnaud

171,….Daniel Guerrette

172,….Darlene Goodwin

173,….Darlene Hackett

174,….Darlene Joyce

175,….Darlene Sabourin

176,….Darryl Bilodeau

177,….Dave Bergeron

178,….Dave Dawson

179,….Dave Goods

180,….Dave Saville

181,….Dave Yarker

182,….David Gagnon

183,….David Gregory

184,….David Gulas

185,….David Jackson

186,….David Perry

187,….David Rain

188,….David Thomson

189,….David Tobin

190,….Dawn Montgomery

191,….Dawn Styan

192,….Dawna LaBonte-Parkhill

193,….Dean Justus

194,….Deb Tully

195,….Debbie Carrick

196,….Debbie Ling

197,….Debby Duford

198,….Deborah Newhook

199,….Deborah Potter

200,….Dee Sullivan

201,….Deidre Kelly

202,….Demi Kotsovos

203,….Denise Couillard

204,….Denise Senecal

205,….Denise Walter

206,….Dennis Bulman

207,….Derek Wasmund

208,….Devon Forde

209,….Devon Scott

210,….Diana Crawford

211,….Diana Harrison

212,….Diana Seidl

213,….Diane Mackinder

214,….Dick Gunstone

215,….Dillon Vahey

216,….Don Andersen

217,….Dona Hill

218,….Donald Cottrell

219,….Donald Waldock

220,….Doreen Lipovski

221,….Doris McLean

222,….Doug Eagle

223,….Douglas Cooper

224,….Douglas Loader

225,….Drew Clipperton

226,….Dung Bui

227,….Dvora Rotenberg

228,….Edith Knight

229,….Edward Vonk

230,….Eileen harris

231,….Eileen Tosky-McKinnon

232,….Elaine Rufiange

233,….Eleanor Ford

234,….Eleanore Brickell

235,….Elisabeth Baechlin

236,….Elizabeth Rose

237,….Elke Keating

238,….Ellen Carter

239,….Ellen Lamarre

240,….Ellen O'Halloran

241,….Elyse Pratt-Johnson

242,….Emilie Lavigne

243,….Emily Joyce

244,….Emily Larocque

245,….Emma Morris

246,….Emmanuelle Arnould-Lalonde

247,….Enjoli Stevens

248,….Eric Arnold

249,….Eric Burpee

250,….Eric Charland

251,….Eric Sewell

252,….Eric Weaver

253,….Erik Laflamme

254,….Erin Beasley

255,….Erin Collins

256,….Evamarie Weicker

257,….Evan Clarke

258,….Evan May

259,….Fannie Gouault

260,….Fiona Da Costa

261,….Frances Enns

262,….Frances Muldoon

263,….Francesca Craig

264,….Francesca Macdonald

265,….Francine Gaulin

266,….Francisco Fernandes de Sousa

267,….Francisco Salazar

268,….Francois Dumaine

269,….Francoise Mulligan

270,….Frank D'Angelo

271,….Frank Gildenhaar

272,….Gabe Batstone

273,….Gabriela Balajova

274,….Gabrielle Nadeau

275,….Gail Baker-Gregory

276,….Gary McKenna

277,….Gary Wilkes

278,….Gavin Lemoine

279,….Genevieve Cholette

280,….Genevieve Le Jeune

281,….Gennifer Stainforth

282,….Geoff Cooper

283,….Geoff Dunkley

284,….Geoff Dunn

285,….Geoffrey Dudding

286,….Geoffrey Ford

287,….George Ferrier

288,….George Garrard

289,….George Tsuji

290,….Georges Rousselle

291,….Gil Brunette

292,….Gillian Andersen

293,….Gillianne Beaulieu

294,….Gina Charos

295,….Gisele Salazar

296,….Glen Gobel

297,….Glenn Cowan

298,….Gloria Baeza

299,….Gord Baldwin

300,….Gord Coulson

301,….Gord Maddison

302,….Grace Howland

303,….Greg Zinck

304,….Gregg Reddin

305,….Guy Pelletier

306,….Harold Geller

307,….Harry Fischer

308,….Hazen Harty

309,….Heather McCready

310,….Heather Nixon

311,….Heather Paulusse

312,….Heather Watts

313,….Hélène Nadeau

314,….Helen Francis

315,….Helene Boucher

316,….Helene Leduc

317,….Henri St-Martin

318,….Hidetaka Nishimura

319,….Hieu Nguyen

320,….Hilary Chaiton

321,….Hillary Rose

322,….Hollie Anderson

323,….Holly Johnson

324,….Hui Xu

325,….Iain Macdonald

326,….Ian Crawford

327,….Ian Graham

328,….Ian MacVicar

329,….Ian Malcolm

330,….Ian-Guy Dupuis

331,….Ilana Bleichert

332,….Iliana Oris Valiente

333,….Irène Dionne

334,….Irvin Hill

335,….Jack Gilmer

336,….Jacki Sachrajda

337,….Jacob Hardonk

338,….Jacqueline Roy

339,….Jacques Gobin

340,….James Campbell

341,….James Peters

342,….James Vannier

343,….James Zarull

344,….Jamie Bell

345,….Jamie Hurst

346,….Jane Gibson

347,….Jane Rooney

348,….Jane Schofield

349,….Jane Spiteri

350,….Janelle Denton

351,….Janet Cooper

352,….Janet Hardcastle

353,….Janet Nuutilainen

354,….Janet Sol

355,….Janice McCoy

356,….Jared Broughton

357,….Jasmine Lefebvre

358,….Jason Chouinard

359,….Jason Raymond

360,….Jason Stewart

361,….Jason Verner

362,….Jay Wheadon

363,….Jayme Pettit

364,….JD Adams

365,….Jean-Guy Perron

366,….JEannie Daly

367,….Jean-Philippe Dion

368,….Jean-Pierre Chénier

369,….Jeff Bardell

370,….Jeff Ross

371,….Jenna Lacharity

372,….Jenna Ladd

373,….Jennifer Balcom

374,….Jennifer Bergeron

375,….Jennifer Beyak

376,….Jennifer Blattman

377,….Jennifer Brenning

378,….Jennifer Bucknall

379,….Jennifer Dumoulin

380,….Jennifer Fergusson

381,….Jennifer Fraser

382,….Jennifer Harnden

383,….Jennifer Hood

384,….Jennifer Leblanc

385,….Jennifer Moores

386,….Jennifer Morse

387,….Jennifer Nutt

388,….Jennifer Shortall

389,….Jennifer Tighe

390,….Jennifer Wilson

391,….Jenny Bascur

392,….Jessica Brown

393,….Jessica Goldfarb

394,….Jessica Kight

395,….Jessica Roche

396,….Jessie Blanchette

397,….Jian Wu

398,….Jill Ainsworth

399,….Jill Marsh

400,….Jillian Osborne

401,….Jim Carter

402,….Jim Walsh

403,….JJ Wilson

404,….Joan Tourangeau

405,….Jo-Ann Brault

406,….Joann Garbig

407,….Jo-Anne Belliveau

408,….Joanne Bradley

409,….Joanne Ritchie

410,….Jocelyn Kearney

411,….Jodi Wilson

412,….Jody Bergen

413,….Jody McKinnon

414,….Joe Gunn

415,….Joel Allaert

416,….Joel Pennycook

417,….Joel Westheimer

418,….Joey Rogowy

419,….John Beaudoin

420,….John Brady

421,….John Cunningham

422,….John Horvath

423,….John Ledo

424,….John Lovell

425,….John Mitchell

426,….John Oliver

427,….Johnathan MacDonald

428,….Jolene Savoie

429,….Jonathan Godin

430,….Jonathon Connolly

431,….Joni Ogawa

432,….Jordan McLeod

433,….Josée Picard

434,….Josée Surprenant

435,….Josette Day

436,….Joshua Lemoine

437,….Judy Taylor

438,….Julia Barss

439,….Juliann Castell

440,….Julie Burke

441,….Julie Charlebois

442,….Julie Gourlay

443,….Julie Lafleche

444,….Julie Laplante

445,….Julie Lefebvre

446,….Julien Beauchamp

447,….Justin Ferns

448,….Justin Laroche

449,….Justin Pike

450,….Kaari Hukkala

451,….Kailena van de Nes

452,….Karen Foss

453,….Karen Jeffery

454,….Karen Marshall

455,….Karen Sauve

456,….Karen Welch

457,….Karine Circé

458,….Karine Moreau

459,….Karyn Curtis

460,….Kate Borowec

461,….Kate Dickson

462,….Kate Lewis

463,….Kate Sherwood

464,….Kate Sinnott

465,….Kate Swetnam

466,….Kate Thompson

467,….Kate Truglia

468,….Katharine Mullock

469,….Katherine Liston

470,….Katherine MacDonald

471,….Kathleen McNulty

472,….Kathlene Allen

473,….Kathryn Aubrey-Horvath

474,….Kathryn Burbridge

475,….Kathryn Scott

476,….Kathy Lewis

477,….Kathy McLaughlin

478,….Kathy Norris

479,….Kathy O'Brien

480,….Katie Tottenham

481,….Katrina Isacsson

482,….Katy Alp

483,….Katy Harrison

484,….Kazutoshi Nishizawa

485,….Keiko Umemoto

486,….Keith Mulligan

487,….Keith Savage

488,….Kelly Boyko

489,….Kelly Cooper

490,….Ken Gibson

491,….Ken McNair

492,….Kent Daboll

493,….Kerry Nolan

494,….Kevin Adams

495,….Kevin de Snayer

496,….Kevin Dulude

497,….Kevin Germundson

498,….Kevin O'Brien

499,….Kevin Wickens

500,….Khorina Ou

501,….Kim Benjamin

502,….Kim Moir

503,….Kim White

504,….kim Wilson

505,….Kimberly Rennie

506,….Kinza Slater

507,….Kiza Francis

508,….KP McNamara

509,….Krista Lewis

510,….Krista MacDonald

511,….Kristiana Stevens

512,….Kristin Le Saux-Farmer

513,….Kristin Macrae

514,….Kristina Dyck

515,….Kristyn Berube

516,….Kyle Villenuve

517,….Kym Martin

518,….Laen Hanson

519,….Larry Chamney

520,….Laura Cluney

521,….Laura Conway

522,….Laura Forbes

523,….Laura Rees

524,….Laura Smith

525,….Lauren Clarke

526,….Lauren Gamble

527,….Laurent Potiez

528,….Laurent Roy

529,….Laurie Bouolet

530,….Laurie Cairns

531,….Lawrence Matthews

532,….Lawrence Wong

533,….Leah Andrews

534,….Leah Carson

535,….Lee Wyndham

536,….Leigh Ann Butler

537,….Leigh Howe

538,….Leigh Perreault

539,….Lena Dikranian

540,….Lena Maione

541,….Lenore Macartney

542,….Leo Kadota

543,….Les Woolsey

544,….Lesley Mackay

545,….Leslie Dauncey

546,….Leslie Robertson

547,….Lester Mundt

548,….Lia Pirili

549,….Liam Kennedy

550,….Liang Chen

551,….Lidnina Rodriguez

552,….Liliana Morse

553,….Lillian Serrouya Thibault

554,….Lina Kastner

555,….Linda Doyle

556,….Linda Hall

557,….Lindsay Grace

558,….Lindsey Gresham

559,….Lisa Allen

560,….Lisa Butler

561,….Lisa Duffett

562,….Lisa Gibson

563,….Lisa Grison

564,….Lisa Hughes

565,….Lisa Julian

566,….Lise Arseneau

567,….Lise Perrier

568,….Liz O'Neill

569,….Lori Camilucci

570,….Lori Mockson

571,….Lorraine England

572,….Louise Gresham

573,….Louise Morin

574,….Lucas Smith

575,….Luce Blouin

576,….Lucie Villeneuve

577,….Lucy MacDonald

578,….Luke Wu

579,….Lynda Cronin

580,….Lynn Arnone

581,….Lynn Diggins

582,….Lynn Marchildon

583,….Lynn Nightingale

584,….lynn Sewell

585,….Lynne Russell

586,….Madeleine Gravel

587,….Malette Genevieve

588,….Mallory MacWilliams

589,….Malvern Ena

590,….Mandy Fisher

591,….Manon Bouchard

592,….Manon Therriault

593,….Marc Huot

594,….Marcelle Gauthier

595,….Margaret Michalski

596,….Maria Alvarez

597,….Maria Pooley

598,….Marie Mathe Drader

599,….Marie Poirier

600,….Marie Shinmoto

601,….Marie1980 Bonnet

602,….Marie-Catherine Labramboise

603,….Marielle Emond

604,….Marigold Edwards

605,….Marilyn Warren

606,….Mario Villemaire

607,….Marion May

608,….Marja Verloop

609,….Marjie Brown

610,….Mark McGill

611,….Mark Vanasse

612,….mark ward

613,….Marlena Coverston

614,….Marta Wajda

615,….Martha Tobin

616,….Martin Cheliak

617,….Martin Gerrits

618,….Martine Lalonde

619,….Mary Murphy

620,….Matt Dooley

621,….Matthew Cox

622,….Matthew Eglin

623,….Matthew Morash

624,….Matthew Whelen

625,….Matthew Whyte

626,….Matthew Wilcox

627,….Matus Culen

628,….Maureen Feagan

629,….Maureen Lamothe

630,….Maureen Nestor

631,….Maurice Desjardins

632,….Meagan Campbell

633,….Meaghan Stone

634,….Meghan Callahan

635,….Melanie Farrell

636,….Melissa Kampman

637,….Melissa Shaw

638,….Mercedeth Bowerman

639,….Michael Arts

640,….Michael Corneau

641,….Michael D'Asti

642,….Michael Grainger

643,….Michael Hewett

644,….Michael Holmes

645,….Michael McGinn

646,….Michael McLean

647,….Michael McMahon

648,….Michael Morin

649,….Michael Nagy

650,….Michel Bouchard

651,….Michelle Adkins

652,….Michelle Couture

653,….Michelle Day

654,….Michelle Keough

655,….Michelle Zidek

656,….Mikaela Malta

657,….Mike Chambers

658,….Mike Herzog

659,….Mike Hopper

660,….Mike Mazerolle

661,….Mike O'Flaherty

662,….Mike Saray

663,….Mike White

664,….Mikhail Gorbounov

665,….Monica Martinez

666,….Monique Cousineau

667,….Monique Loney

668,….Nancy C Green

669,….Nancy Faraday-Smith

670,….nancy green

671,….Nancy Kalil

672,….Nancy MacDonell

673,….Nancy Sullivan

674,….Natalie Fernandes

675,….Natalie Fraser

676,….Natalie Phan

677,….Natalie Sachrajda

678,….Natasha Carraro

679,….Nate Rotman

680,….Nathalie Gougeon

681,….Nathan MacWilliam

682,….Neiges Senechal

683,….Neil Mackinder

684,….Nelly Staudte-Blondeaux

685,….Nicole Duguay

686,….Nicole Slunder

687,….Nicole Vaillancourt

688,….Olivier Dumetz

689,….Olivier Fichet

690,….Olle de Bruin

691,….padma Parthasarathy

692,….Pamela Biron

693,….Pamela Cushing

694,….Pascal Ilboudo

695,….Pat Liston

696,….Patricia Horner

697,….Patricia Lovett

698,….Patricia Mcdonell

699,….Patrick Dauncey

700,….Patrick Gray

701,….Patrick Miron

702,….Patti Gamble

703,….Paul Krga

704,….Paul MacNeil

705,….Paul Williamson

706,….Peggy Gibson

707,….Perry Graham

708,….Peter Cantrell

709,….Peter Dinsdale

710,….Peter Fisher

711,….Peter Linkletter

712,….Peter Stapleton

713,….Phat Nguyen

714,….Phil Busby

715,….Philip Hunter

716,….Pierre Ingram

717,….PK Leung

718,….Prichya Sethchindapong

719,….Quinn Russell

720,….R Harman

721,….Rachel Abraham

722,….Rachel Pitcher

723,….Rachelle Watson

724,….Rajkumar Nagarajan

725,….Randy Guthro

726,….Randy McElligott

727,….Raymonde Langevin

728,….Rebeca Ricardo

729,….Rebecca Li

730,….Rebecca Powell

731,….Rebecca Shewfelt

732,….Renata Manchak

733,….rene danis

734,….Rene Hawkes

735,….Rene Yaraskavitch

736,….Renee Langille

737,….Rene-Louis Bourgeau

738,….Richard Campbell

739,….Richard Cronin

740,….Richard Dobson

741,….Richard Lewis

742,….Richard Roda

743,….richard wall

744,….Richard Whitlock

745,….Rick Goodwin

746,….Rick O'Grady

747,….Riley Hennessey

748,….Rita Hearty

749,….Rob Bolduc

750,….Rob Casey

751,….Rob Gilmour

752,….Robert Adolfson

753,….Robert Kalbfleisch

754,….Robert Miron

755,….Robert Richardson

756,….Robin Fox

757,….Robyn Handley

758,….Rocio Battisti

759,….Rockey Whitmore

760,….Rod Begg

761,….Roger Hunter

762,….Roger Langevin

763,….Ron Newhook

764,….Rose Parent

765,….Roxanne Harper

766,….Roxanne Hutchings

767,….Ruben Vroegop

768,….Rue Quizon

769,….Russell McDonnell

770,….Ruth Farey

771,….Ryan Hennessy

772,….Sabrina Avery

773,….Sabrina Quraeshi

774,….Sam Geller

775,….Samanta Jacques-Arsenault

776,….Samantha Hunter

777,….Samantha O'Neill

778,….Samy El-Jaby

779,….SANDRA Chong

780,….sandra harwood

781,….Sandra Kuchta

782,….Sandra Monaghan

783,….Sandra Monforton

784,….Sandra Moorman

785,….Sanjeev Bhanjana

786,….Sara Boucher

787,….Sarah Armstrong

788,….Sarah Gee

789,….Sarah Geiger

790,….Scott Rawlings

791,….Scott Tomlinson

792,….Sean Adams

793,….Sean McElhinney

794,….Sean O'Brien

795,….Sébastien Taillefer

796,….Shannon McMillan-Kunstadt

797,….Shari Goodfellow

798,….Shari Nurse

799,….sharon hiebert

800,….Sharon Murphy

801,….Sharon Tobin

802,….Shauna Hanratty

803,….Shawn Hollinger

804,….Shawn Osborne

805,….Shawn Pigeon

806,….Shawna Colbey

807,….Shawna Moffatt

808,….Shawnna Van Drunen

809,….Sheila Bondesen

810,….Shelley Chambers

811,….Shelly Stackpole

812,….Shonna Tuck

813,….Sierra Phillips

814,….Siobhan Jones

815,….sohaila moghadam

816,….Solita Pacheco

817,….Sophie Dazé

818,….Sophie Lebel

819,….soraya moghadam

820,….Stella Gaerke

821,….Stephane Castonguay

822,….Stephane Parent

823,….Stephanie Cote

824,….Stephanie Crisford

825,….Stephanie Earle

826,….stephanie jack

827,….Stephen Day

828,….Stephen Shew

829,….Stephen Wild

830,….Stephen Woroszczuk

831,….Steve Astels

832,….Steve Boivin

833,….Steve Campbell

834,….Steve Gleddie

835,….Steve Inkpen

836,….Steve Morin

837,….Steve Moritsugu

838,….Steven Dixon

839,….Steven Molnar

840,….Stuart Palmer

841,….Sue MacPherson

842,….Suleena Duhaime

843,….Susan Foran

844,….Susan Ford

845,….Susan Gershman

846,….Susan Harvey

847,….Susan Johnston

848,….Susan Leslie

849,….Susan Lovell

850,….Susan Mak Chin

851,….Susan McLeod

852,….Susan Nally

853,….Susan Oneid

854,….Susan Ostergaard

855,….Susan Trimble

856,….Susan Ward

857,….Susan Whitmore

858,….Susan Wynne

859,….Suzanne Sinnamon

860,….Svetlana Ulitsky

861,….Sylvain Huard

862,….Sylvain Lachance

863,….Sylvia Duffy

864,….Sylvie Bourassa-Muise

865,….Sylvie Corbin

866,….Takuya Tazawa

867,….Tal Elharrar

868,….Tamara Marshall

869,….Tammy Frye

870,….Tania Bennett

871,….Tanya Richard

872,….Tara MacDougall

873,….Tara Painter

874,….Tara Ward

875,….Tara Wong

876,….Tarjinder Kainth

877,….Ted Damen

878,….Terri Bolster

879,….Terry Godbold

880,….Terry McDermott

881,….Terry Monger

882,….Thea Worthylake

883,….Theresa Robertson

884,….Thomas Bujaki

885,….Thomas Harrison

886,….Thomas Ryan

887,….Thuy (Twee) Tran

888,….Tiffanie Seguin

889,….Tina Fallis

890,….Tobin Kennedy

891,….Tod Strickland

892,….Tom Morris

893,….Tom Pierson

894,….Tony McLaughlin

895,….Tracy Chubaty

896,….Tracy Corneau

897,….Tracy Ferne

898,….Tracy Gagnon

899,….Tricia Brown

900,….Valerie Oickle

901,….Valerie Saunders

902,….Vanessa Buchanan

903,….vanessa mendoza

904,….Vanessa Pierson

905,….Victor Krawczuk

906,….Victoria Graham

907,….Victoria Keaney

908,….Wade Smith

909,….Warren Isfan

910,….Wendy Lee

911,….wendy statham

912,….Will Summers

913,….Willem Stevens

914,….William Chisholm

915,….William Godfrey

916,….William Simmering

917,….wilma Berti

918,….Yannick Sirois

919,….Youna Zhang

920,….Yulia Maistrovski

921,….Yvonne McKinnon

922,….Zachary Chrumka

 

END OF OTTAWA

 

B. Other Communities

 

923,….Leslee Davis Einmann,….A

924,….Terry Koronewski,….Alexandria

925,….Andrea Bird,….Almonte

926,….Daphne Lainson,….Almonte

927,….Jason Lainson,….Almonte

928,….Jenny Sheffield,….Almonte

929,….Karen Stillman,….Almonte

930,….Connie Palubiskie,….Arnprior

931,….Emily Sheffield,….Arnprior

932,….Jenn Hunt,….Arnprior

933,….Melissa Needham,….Arnprior

934,….Mike Poirier,….Arnprior

935,….Peter O'Gorman,….Arnprior

936,….Trish Heffernan,….Arnprior

937,….Avril Van Aert,….Ashton

938,….Nicholas Saray,….Ashton

939,….Peter Cottreau,….Ashton

940,….Rod Clow,….Athens

941,….Terri Gray,….Athens

942,….Erin Kingdom,….Aylmer

943,….Luc Lacombe,….Aylmer

944,….Jean-Pierre Sauve,….Beachburg

945,….Lynne Blackburn,….Bourget

946,….Raymond Lalande,….Bourget

947,….Dianne Dillon-Samson,….Brockville

948,….murray regush,….Brockville

949,….Alex McDermott,….Cantley

950,….Carol Jr Groulx,….Cantley

951,….Guy Beaulieu,….Cantley

952,….marie-claude côté,….cantley

953,….Pierre-Yves Authier,….Cantley

954,….Bruce Rafuse,….Carleton place

955,….Chris Loder,….Carleton Place

956,….Jenni Kerteston,….Carleton Place

957,….Jennifer Derksen,….Carleton Place

958,….megan thomson,….carleton place

959,….Natasha Foster,….Carleton Place

960,….Pascale Michaud,….Carleton Place

961,….Rob Illingworth,….Carleton Place

962,….Anna Li,….Carp

963,….Dayle Mulligan,….Carp

964,….Gerard Rumleskie,….Carp

965,….Kathy Fischer,….Carp

966,….Lyne Michaud,….Carp

967,….Murray Stonebridge,….Carp

968,….Nancy Wawia Robb,….Carp

969,….André Paris,….Casselman

970,….bob sweetlove,….casselman

971,….Danielle Carrière-Paris,….Casselman

972,….mary sweetlove,….Casselman

973,….Judy Bragg,….Chalk River

974,….Christine Tardiff-Mullen,….Chelsea

975,….Ian Hunter,….Chelsea

976,….Julie Dupuis,….Chelsea

977,….Natasha Stobert….Chelsea

978,….Patty Chevalier Samm,….Chelsea

979,….Ray Folkins,….Chelsea

980,….Richard Gilker,….Chelsea

981,….James Duncan,….Clayton

982,….Andrea Bailey-tait,….Cornwall

983,….Carl Brida,….Cornwall

984,….cathy bourgon,….cornwall

985,….Craig Henry,….Cornwall

986,….Deborah Furniss,….Cornwall

987,….Garth Wigle,….Cornwall

988,….Geneviève Lajoie,….Cornwall

989,….Jane McLaren,….Cornwall

990,….Jenna Martineau,….Cornwall

991,….Joanne Filliol,….Cornwall

992,….Kathleen Hay,….Cornwall

993,….Mathieu Bruyere,….Cornwall

994,….Matthew Smith,….Cornwall

995,….Terry Quenneville,….Cornwall

996,….Carl Vaillancourt,….crysler

997,….Debra Kennette,….Crysler

998,….Bruce Bell,….Cumberland

999,….Craig McHugh,….Cumberland

1000,….Greg Morris,….cumberland

1001,….Hailey Bell,….Cumberland

1002,….Jacinthe Choquet,….Cumberland

1003,….Leslie Anne Patry,….Cumberland

1004,….Monique Garneau,….Cumberland

1005,….natalie tate,….cumberland

1006,….Janet Campbell,….Dunrobin

1007,….Lois Jacobs,….Dunrobin

1008,….Russel Long,….Dunrobin

1009,….Tara Sosnowski,….Elizabethtown

1010,….Andy Dalcourt,….Embrun

1011,….Celin Alexiuk,….Embrun

1012,….Eric Deschamps,….Embrun

1013,….Gregory Harper,….Embrun

1014,….Julie Wallace,….Embrun

1015,….Martine Quinn,….Embrun

1016,….Paul Roy,….Embrun

1017,….Rachelle Quinn,….Embrun

1018,….Richard Quinn,….Embrun

1019,….Pierre Denis,….Emburn

1020,….Bill Sheppard,….Gananoque

1021,….Pierre Doucette,….Gananoque

1022,….Roberta Abbott,….Gananoque

1023,….Steacy Kavaner,….Gananoque

  

GATINEAU

 

1024,….Alain Rollin

1025,….Alexander Schwab

1026,….Alexandre Farley

1027,….Allan Wilson

1028,….André Brissette

1029,….André Mollema

1030,….Andre Schutten

1031,….Anik Benoit

1032,….Anik Lacasse

1033,….Anne-Marie Chapman

1034,….Annick Lafontaine

1035,….Annick Nault

1036,….Annie Cloutier

1037,….Annie Paradis

1038,….Anthony Rose

1039,….Benoit Gagnon

1040,….Benoit Genest

1041,….Benoit Guérette

1042,….Bernard Audy

1043,….Blair Mehan

1044,….Brian Sharpe

1045,….Bruno Lafreniere

1046,….Candida Cianci

1047,….Chantal Larocque

1048,….chantal potvin

1049,….Chantale Lussier-Ley

1050,….Charles Vigneault

1051,….Christopher Saunders

1052,….Claude Tremblay

1053,….Dan Mayer

1054,….Danika Lavallee

1055,….David Georgieff

1056,….David Sewell

1057,….Debbie Joanisse

1058,….Debra Ferderber

1059,….Diane Ouellette

1060,….Dominique Babin

1061,….Elizabeth Sousa

1062,….Eric Silins

1063,….Fannie Bisson

1064,….Francoise Bessette

1065,….Gabrielle Drouin

1066,….Genevieve Sabourin

1067,….Gilles Thériault

1068,….Guylaine Proulx

1069,….Hélène Belleau

1070,….Helene Tremblay-Allen

1071,….isabelle deslandes

1072,….Isabelle Léger

1073,….Isabelle Phaneuf

1074,….Jacob Roberts

1075,….Jaime McGillivray

1076,….james buell

1077,….Jean Guenette

1078,….Jeffrey Muller

1079,….Jennifer Smith

1080,….Jinny Williamson

1081,….Johanne Branchaud

1082,….Johanne Di Tomasso

1083,….Josée Lafontaine

1084,….Julie Fortin

1085,….Julie Myers

1086,….Julie Piche

1087,….Julie-Anne Macdonald

1088,….Karine Lamarre

1089,….Kate Smith

1090,….Kent Hugh

1091,….Kevin Quesnel

1092,….Kim Paine

1093,….Laurent Bellard

1094,….Leisa McGillivray

1095,….Loïc Le Bihan

1096,….Louis Simon

1097,….Lucie Lalonde

1098,….Lynn Melancon

1099,….magali couture

1100,….Manon Lachance

1101,….Marc Allaire

1102,….Marc Martin

1103,….Marie-Eve Bergevin-Scott

1104,….Mark Ellison

1105,….Mark Schindel

1106,….Martin Yshikawa

1107,….Martine Dupuis

1108,….martine pellerin

1109,….Mélanie Lauzon

1110,….Mélanie Vivier

1111,….Michel Brown

1112,….Michel Lapointe

1113,….Michelle Aubie

1114,….Miguel Gagnon

1115,….Mikaly Gagnon

1116,….nancy jane russell

1117,….Nancy Jean

1118,….Natacha Mustaikis

1119,….Nathalie Brunet

1120,….Nell van Walsum

1121,….Noel Paine

1122,….Patrice Forget

1123,….Patrice Gaudreault

1124,….patricia le bihan

1125,….Paul Gould

1126,….Peter Balogh

1127,….Philippe Boutin

1128,….Philippe Jr Ngassam

1129,….Pier Enright

1130,….Raymond Desjardins

1131,….Raymonde D'Amour

1132,….Raynald Côté

1133,….Rejean Lacroix

1134,….Sandra Roberts

1135,….Simon Larouche

1136,….Sonia Béland

1137,….Stéphane Siegrist

1138,….Stéphanie Dicaire

1139,….Suzanne Ramsay

1140,….Sylvain Marier

1141,….tayeb mesbah

1142,….Thomas Cort

1143,….Valerie Parent

1144,….Veronique Tremblay

1145,….vincent bolduc

1146,….Virginie Corneau

1147,….Wayne Saunders

1148,….Yves Phaneuf

1149,….Zoë Couture

 

END OF GATINEAU

 

1150,….Catherine Clifford,….Gloucester

1151,….Chantal Dupuis,….Gloucester

1152,….Christine Newman Coulson,….Gloucester

1153,….David Sinclair,….Gloucester

1154,….Jeannie LeBlanc,….Gloucester

1155,….Roberta Battisti-Valle,….Gloucester

1156,….Ryan Luck,….Gloucester

1157,….Samuel Valle,….Gloucester

1158,….Virginia Mofford,….Gloucester

1159,….Barbra Draper,….Gracefield

1160,….An Vo,….Greely

1161,….Angele Vanderlaan,….Greely

1162,….Anthony Wielemaker,….Greely

1163,….Debbie McLeod,….Greely

1164,….Jennifer Frechette,….Greely

1165,….Joseph Boucher,….Greely

1166,….Lana Pieroway,….Greely

1167,….Linda Corke,….Greely

1168,….paula christiansen,….Greely

1169,….Ricky Grisel,….Greely

1170,….Sean Burrows,….Greely

1171,….Sonya Thornley,….Greely

1172,….Sarah Waddell,….Hammond

1173,….Lorne Thomas,….Hawkesbury

1174,….Karen Keeler,….Iroquois

1175,….Keira Cameron,….Iroquois

 

KANATA

 

1176,….Adrian Salt

1177,….Aimée Riggs-Willey

1178,….Al Doyle

1179,….Alan Doody

1180,….Alexei Novikov

1181,….Allyssia Villeneuve

1182,….Alyson Maynard

1183,….Anne Collis

1184,….Ben Schmidt

1185,….Bernie Armour

1186,….Bill Gilchrist

1187,….Billy Seaman

1188,….Bobbie Nevin

1189,….Brian Smith

1190,….Carleen Hicks

1191,….Carmen Davidson

1192,….Caron Fitzpatrick

1193,….Cecilia Jorgenson

1194,….Chantal Kaye

1195,….Chris McCallum

1196,….Cindy Seaman

1197,….Colleen Gilchrist

1198,….Colleen Kilty

1199,….Dan Kelly

1200,….David Bohn

1201,….Debbie Olive

1202,….Deby Knowlton

1203,….Derek Andersen

1204,….Deryl Rasquinha

1205,….Don Lonie

1206,….Erin Waterfall

1207,….Greg Dow

1208,….Harvey Chatterton

1209,….Ian Marrs

1210,….James Fairlie

1211,….Jan Donak

1212,….Janet Smith

1213,….Jeff Zhao

1214,….Jennifer Barr

1215,….Jennifer Upson

1216,….Jim Lambley

1217,….Joan McFaul

1218,….Joshua Tolmie

1219,….Karen Hanna

1220,….Karen Ramsay

1221,….Karen Zerr

1222,….Kathleen Westbury

1223,….Keith Aguinaga

1224,….Kelly abb Davis

1225,….Kenneth Klassen

1226,….Kevin Rankin

1227,….Kimberley Bohn

1228,….Kimberley Robinson

1229,….Kindell Tolmie

1230,….Lanny Underhill

1231,….Leanne Pelley

1232,….Lee-Anne Clare

1233,….Loretta Masaro

1234,….Luisa De Amicis

1235,….Mark Calder

1236,….Martine Dumas

1237,….Mary Anne Jackson-Hughes

1238,….Michel Fleury

1239,….Michelle Calder

1240,….Nancy Dow

1241,….Naomi Morbey

1242,….Natalie Reid-Matte

1243,….Natasha Riddiford

1244,….Neil Marshall

1245,….neil Maxwell

1246,….Pamela Ford

1247,….Paul Sabourin

1248,….Peter Clark

1249,….Phil Blanchfield

1250,….Pierrette McCartney

1251,….Raymond Wong

1252,….Rebecca Campbell

1253,….Rick Wynen

1254,….Ron Pumphrey

1255,….Sarah Currie

1256,….Sasha Richards

1257,….Shannon Moore

1258,….Sharon Fine

1259,….Sheri Cayouette

1260,….Sherri Nevin

1261,….Sridhar Erukulla

1262,….Susan Brimmell

1263,….Susan Korporal

1264,….Tanis Roadhouse

1265,….Terri Scott

1266,….Theresa Marshall

1267,….Tom Auger

1268,….Tracey Dunfield

1269,….Wei Zhou

1270,….William Greenfield

1271,….William Jorgenson

1272,….Yvonne Relf

 

END OF KANATA

 

1273,….Alexandra Pontbriand,….Kemptville

1274,….Alicia Hutton,….Kemptville

1275,….Dave Springer,….Kemptville

1276,….David Hutton,….Kemptville

1277,….Fiona Tracey,….Kemptville

1278,….James Pede,….Kemptville

1279,….Joanne Desormeaux,….Kemptville

1280,….Kahy-ann Gibson,….Kemptville

1281,….Michelle Crook,….Kemptville

1282,….Roxanne Harrington,….Kemptville

1283,….Stephanie Rose,….Kemptville

1284,….Teena Dacey,….Kemptville

1285,….Tricia McRae,….Kemptville

1286,….Ron Stadnyk,….Kinburn

1287,….Sean McTernan,….Kinburn

1288,….Dan Keaney,….Lanark

1289,….Debbie Keaney,….Lanark

1290,….Scott Shaver,….Lanark

1291,….Lisa Paradis,….Limoges

1292,….Shanna Delorme,….Limoges

1293,….Matthew Dyer,….Luskville

1294,….Nicholas Sturgeon,….Luskville

1295,….Brian Carpenter,….Maberly

1296,….Dawn Kennedy,….Maitland

1297,….Scott Clucas,….Maitland

1298,….Cat Oakley,….Manotick

1299,….Dennis Blinn,….Manotick

1300,….Fiona Valliere,….Manotick

1301,….Marie Norris,….Manotick

1302,….Mark Seaman,….Manotick

1303,….Nick MacDonald,….Manotick

1304,….Tracey Major,….Manotick

1305,….Heather Purdy,….Martintown

1306,….Alysun Lillico,….Masham

1307,….Jennifer Selwyn,….Masham

1308,….Bruce Bourgeault,….Metcalfe

1309,….Craig Killin,….Metcalfe

1310,….Diane Coupal,….Metcalfe

1311,….Erika Morris,….Metcalfe

1312,….Fran Gaudet,….Metcalfe

1313,….Kazimierz Krzyzanowski,….Metcalfe

1314,….Peter Klein,….Metcalfe

1315,….Scott Robertson,….Metcalfe

1316,….doug wilson,….Morrisburg

1317,….Kasey Bennett,….Morrisburg

1318,….shari keyes,….Morrisburg

1319,….Adam Sulis,….Mountain

1320,….Raymond Sherrer,….Mountain

1321,….ada gorrie,….Munster

1322,….Angela Walsh,….Navan

1323,….Carole Charlebois,….Navan

1324,….Kathy Goff,….Navan

 

NEPEAN

 

1325,….Aaron Doering

1326,….Abrinna Doering

1327,….Alexei Pogrebtsov

1328,….Amy Fan

1329,….Amy Kutyma

1330,….Andrea McDonald

1331,….Andrew Johnston

1332,….angad sandhu

1333,….Bernadette Bernard

1334,….Caroline Bachynski

1335,….Caroline Bredeson

1336,….Carolyn Perkins

1337,….Chantelle Woods

1338,….Chris Bredeson

1339,….Chris Fitzgerald

1340,….Christopher Hill

1341,….Claudio Sicoli

1342,….Colleen Bird

1343,….Corrina Morehouse

1344,….Cynthia Field-Rose

1345,….Dan Lacasse

1346,….Darryl Sitland

1347,….David Reid

1348,….David Ross

1349,….Diane Ferguson

1350,….Dionne Wilson

1351,….Donna McKibbon

1352,….Doug Simpson

1353,….Erik Youngson

1354,….Face Wallace

1355,….Fallon Carrier

1356,….Gary Bazdell

1357,….Gary Guymer

1358,….Gary Miles

1359,….Gary Thomas

1360,….George Heron

1361,….Gerry Blathwayt

1362,….Hieu Nguyen

1363,….Jack Kwan

1364,….Jane Hext

1365,….Janice Richard

1366,….Jason Feist

1367,….Jennifer McDonell

1368,….Jennilee Gavina

1369,….Jessica McKittrick

1370,….Joanie Ouellette

1371,….Jo-Anne Janigan

1372,….John Hall

1373,….Joseph Emas

1374,….Judy Tubman-Reid

1375,….Julie White

1376,….Karleen Heer

1377,….Kathryn Hill

1378,….Katie Squires

1379,….Kelly MacGregor

1380,….Kevin LaRoche

1381,….Laura Clark

1382,….Laura McLellan

1383,….Leslie Doering

1384,….Leslie Rodgers

1385,….Lillian Hayward

1386,….Linda Billyard

1387,….Linda Koenders

1388,….Maria Marcantonio

1389,….Martin Glennon

1390,….martin jobin

1391,….Martyn Hodgson

1392,….Maureen Corrigan

1393,….Melanie White

1394,….Mike Horne

1395,….Miranda Dulmage

1396,….M-J Malcolm

1397,….Patrick Murnaghan

1398,….Patti-Lynn Dougan

1399,….Paul Bush

1400,….Peter Bayne

1401,….Ramon Lashley

1402,….Renee Leahy

1403,….Richard Thomas

1404,….Roslyn Dacey

1405,….Ruth Glenwright

1406,….Ryan Ellement

1407,….Ryan Holmes

1408,….Ryan Squires

1409,….Sandra Lett

1410,….Shannon Matheson

1411,….Shelley Doering

1412,….Sheyla Dussault

1413,….Stephanie Dunne

1414,….Tania Falls

1415,….Tannia Shamas

1416,….Tim Sandwell

1417,….Tom Blackwell

1418,….tony blake

1419,….Tracy Murray

1420,….Vance White

 

END OF NEPEAN

  

1421,….Joanne McFall Smith,….North Gower

1422,….Keith Colwell,….North Gower

1423,….Natalie Smith,….North Gower

 

ORLEANS

 

1424,….Ab Ettinger

1425,….adam menzies

1426,….Alain Brulé

1427,….Alexandra Gaudes

1428,….Anita Taylor

1429,….Anke Berndt

1430,….Anne McCarthy

1431,….Annie Elizabeth Gauthier

1432,….Barry Lightowlers

1433,….Benoit Lecuyer

1434,….Brent Kelly

1435,….Brent Smyth

1436,….Brian Wiens

1437,….Camille Poirier

1438,….Carmen Saumure

1439,….Carole Gaudes

1440,….Casey Martin

1441,….Charles Momy

1442,….Charles Sincennes

1443,….Cheryl Glazier

1444,….Chris Morrison

1445,….Christina Michaud

1446,….Christine Baird

1447,….CIndy Ettinger

1448,….Colleen Boicey

1449,….Cynthia Taylor

1450,….Daniel Morency

1451,….Danielle Poisson

1452,….Dave King

1453,….David Cameron

1454,….David Leeder

1455,….David Tischhauser

1456,….David Young

1457,….Deborah Baldwin

1458,….Diane Gauthier

1459,….Diane Levesque

1460,….Don Lavictoire

1461,….Eann Hodges

1462,….Edith Chartrand

1463,….Elise Grenier

1464,….Eric Christensen

1465,….Ernie Yip

1466,….Frank Barrett

1467,….Fred Saikaly

1468,….Glenda Davies

1469,….Helene Boyer

1470,….Hinesh Chauhan

1471,….James Waite

1472,….Jason Roberts

1473,….Jean Lavictoire

1474,….Jean-Noel Gilbert

1475,….Jean-Pierre Contant

1476,….Jeff Danforth

1477,….Jennifer Caldbick

1478,….Jennifer Chauhan

1479,….Jennifer Schenkel

1480,….Jo Nuttall

1481,….Joanne Henry

1482,….Jo-Anne Matheson

1483,….Josee Pothier

1484,….Judy Thomson

1485,….Karen Minna

1486,….Kathleen Danforth

1487,….Kathryn McNicoll

1488,….Kathy Wiens

1489,….Kevin Beaudette

1490,….Kevin Piccott

1491,….Kristina Perrier

1492,….Kristy Singleton

1493,….Laura Regnier

1494,….Linda LeBlanc

1495,….Lissa Allaire

1496,….Lois Simms-Baldwin

1497,….Lucie Mainguy

1498,….Lyne Orser

1499,….Lynn Galarneau

1500,….Malcolm Parsons

1501,….Marc-Andre Blanke

1502,….Marie-Josee Homsy

1503,….Marie-Josee Legault

1504,….Marieve Lavigne

1505,….Marshall Clark

1506,….Max LeBreton

1507,….Melanie Trumpower

1508,….Michael Brown

1509,….Michelle Cote

1510,….Michelle Momy

1511,….Michelle Ward

1512,….Miranda Guiney

1513,….Moira Carriere

1514,….Nadine Tischhauser

1515,….Nancy Camacho

1516,….Nancy Neilson

1517,….Nancy Roberge

1518,….Nathalie Gougeon

1519,….Nathan Lightowlers

1520,….Nicole Boyer

1521,….Paul Holmes

1522,….Paul Menard

1523,….Peter Belair

1524,….Priya Chopra

1525,….Rachel Taylor

1526,….Ralph Hodgins

1527,….Richard Loewen

1528,….Roanna Casey

1529,….Robert Sauve

1530,….Russ Kajganich

1531,….Russ Stewart

1532,….Sandra Cook

1533,….Sandra Craig-Browne

1534,….Sandy Clark

1535,….Sandy Moger

1536,….Scot Bryant

1537,….Serena McCauley

1538,….Serge Arseneault

1539,….Shawnda Parsons

1540,….Shayne Chamberlain

1541,….Sonia Laneuville

1542,….Sophie Hollingsworth

1543,….Stacey Grenier

1544,….Stan Baldwin

1545,….Stephane Montpetit

1546,….Stephanie Ducharme

1547,….Steve Lamontagne

1548,….Stuart Taylor

1549,….Susan Poisson

1550,….Tanja Scharf

1551,….Tara Redmond

1552,….Teresa Janz

1553,….Terry Brown

1554,….Terry Flynn

1555,….Theresa Momy

1556,….Todd Sloan

1557,….Tony Paoletti

1558,….Vivianne Gaudet

1559,….William Baldwin

1560,….william mcgowan

1561,….Yvon Gagnier

 

END OF ORLEANS

 

1562,….Denise Hudson,….Osgoode

1563,….Kevin Wylie,….Osgoode

1564,….Nancy Bleses,….Osgoode

1565,….Shaun Dunne,….Oxford Mills

1566,….Garry Hartlin,….Pembroke

1567,….Jennifer Tu,….Pembroke

1568,….john menzies,….Pembroke

1569,….Kathy Herault,….Pembroke

1570,….Leanne Van Bavel,….Pembroke

1571,….Michelle Moir,….Pembroke

1572,….Rene Sauve,….Pembroke

1573,….Rocky Peplinski,….Pembroke

1574,….steven mccorkle,….Pembroke

1575,….Tammy Peplinski,….Pembroke

1576,….Vay Tu,….Pembroke

1577,….Sue Matte,….Perth

1578,….Susan Bulley,….Perth

1579,….Francis Gillespie,….Perth Road Village

   

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Only counting movies I saw for the first time. Faves: 10? Best: Hmmmmmmmmmm, "An awfully big adventure"? :) Alan Rickman movies: About 11. :D WARNING: LIST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!

 

4-Jan-2004: 1. Judas kiss

 

24-Jan-2004: 2. Sweet November

 

24-Jan-2004: 3. Dark Harbor

Hehehehehehehehehehehehehe… Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe, hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe…

 

20-Feb-2004: 4. All the pretty horses

 

22-Feb-2004: 5. Cold Mountain

 

25-Feb-2004: 6. Moving Malcolm

 

25-Feb-2004: 7. Truly madly deeply

Everyone else’s fave.

 

26-Feb-2004: 8. Heavenly creatures

 

3-Mar-2004: 9. Mesmer

It’s about a… masseur. :B

 

4-Mar-2004: 10. Close my eyes

 

6-Mar-2004: 11. Peter Pan (2003)

 

9-Mar-2004: 12. The tailor of Panama

 

26-Mar-2004: 13. Seven years in Tibet

 

27-Mar-2004: 14. Hidalgo

 

16-Apr-2004: 15. Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the black pearl

 

24-Apr-2004: 16. The big Lebowski

 

27-Apr-2004: 17. The French lieutenant’s woman

 

29-Apr-2004: 18. Being John Malkovich

 

30-Apr-2004: 19. Soldier

 

1-May-2004: 20. Timeline

 

2-May-2004: 21. The cider house rules

 

8-May-2004: 22. The house of the spirits

 

11-May-2004: 23. Brother bear

Fave!

 

14-May-2004: 24. Buffalo soldiers

 

15-May-2004: 25. Junior

 

3-Jun-2004: 26. Dragonheart

 

4-Jun-2004: 27. Troy

2004 sandal movie 1 of 3. Boring I guess.

 

9-Jun-2004: 28. Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban

Fave!? I just thought it was OK at first, but it kind of grew on me. I still like the subsequent Harry movies more...

 

19-Jun-2004: 29. Great expectations

 

22-Jun-2004: 30. Van Helsing

Fave!? The 1 second shot of Dracula in the trailer made me see it. ((:B Thanks, Snapefandom. Nice shit about the movie: Mountains; music; David Wenham as a dork; Rox; for once, the Love Interest^TM dies; and for once, the Love Interest^TM dies before the hero has time to bone her! :O

 

3-Jul-2004: 31. The pianist

 

3-Jul-2004: 32. Total eclipse

Hehehehehehehehehehehehehe… Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe, hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe…

 

4-Jul-2004: 33. Chinese box

 

21-Jul-2004: 34. Hotet

 

27-Jul-2004: 35. Blow dry

Fave!

 

30-Jul-2004?!?!?!?: 36. An awfully big adventure

Fave! Kind of weird, as in… it’s packed with lines that don’t even make sense. To me. But I like. :B Perhaps not only because it has Alan Rickman’s hawtest bang-scenes ever. HHHHHHHHHHHHH.

 

3-Aug-2004: 37. Den enfaldige mördaren

 

9-Aug-2004: 38. Something the lord made

Fave! Biopic about heart surgery pioneers + civil rights.

 

12-Aug-2004: 39. King Arthur

2004 sandal movie 2 of 3: Whatever.

 

20-Aug-2004: 40. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

I don’t remember getting it.

 

21-Aug-2004: 41. Mad cows

Fave!

 

30-Aug-2004: 42. The village

Wow, they should have checked the violence stats before they –

 

1-Sep-2004: 43. Tea with Mussolini

 

3-Sep-2004: 44. Chain of fools

Fave!

 

17-Sep-2004: 45. A perfect murder

 

17-Sep-2004: 46. Muriel’s wedding

Not sure if fave, but I want to rewatch it. :)

 

24-Sep-2004: 47. The heroes of Telemark

I’VE BEEN TO THAT TOWN AND SWUM IN THAT LAKE, MAAAAAAAAN!!!

 

25-Sep-2004: 48. Angela’s ashes

 

1-Oct-2004: 49. Dead ringers

 

11-Oct-2004: 50. Passionada

 

22-Oct-2004: 51. O brother, where art thou?

 

1-Nov-2004: 52. De-lovely

 

21-Nov-2004: 53. Spiderman (2002)

I only remember it having one of those main-girl characters with whom I fail to identify because they keep dating The Asshole Jock. If The Hero needs the challenge, at least make The Love Interest have some more credible hobby than her fucking Asshole Jock. Or maybe it IS credible because the world is full of people who keep falling for abusive assholes.

 

1-Dec-2004: 54. Alexander

Fave! 2004 sandal movie 3 of 3 had heart. The first Bucephalos scene gave me goosebumps, and there was gayness, and that Jared Leto guy, and a nice soundtrack.

 

3-Dec-2004: 55. Shrek

 

4-Dec-2004: 56. Closet Land

Alan Rickman as torturer.

 

10-Dec-2004: 57. The tuxedo

 

12-Dec-2004: 58. A knight’s tale

 

13-Dec-2004: 59. Quigley Down Under

 

17-Dec-2004: 60. Shergar

:’(

 

22-Dec-2004: 61. Divorcing Jack

Fave!

 

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Vegan FAQ! :)

 

The Web Site the Meat Industry Doesn't Want You to See.

 

Please watch Earthlings.

Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

Promo...

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

© Angela W

 

Life since Christmas has involved a lot of castle play and dragon slaying. The Daughter is standing on the chair (behind shield) in her "tower" waiting to be rescued.

 

I haven't mention lately how much I hate using a flash, so in case you were wondering I do! The action is always too fast to point the flash in the correct wall to bounce. Buy the time I get the lighting perfect the moment has passed.

Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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The Dark at the Top of the Stairs is a 1957 play by William Inge about family conflicts during the early 1920s in a small town near Oklahoma City.

The play, directed by Elia Kazan, opened December 5, 1957, at New York's Music Box Theatre and ran for a total of 468 performances, closing on January 17, 1959. The drama was reworked by Inge from his earlier play, Farther Off from Heaven, first staged in 1947 at Margo Jones' Theatre '47 in Dallas, Texas.

The opening night cast of The Dark at the Top of the Stairs: Eileen Heckart, Pat Hingle, Teresa Wright, Evans Evans, Timmy Everett, Frank Overton, Anthony Ray, Carl Reindel, Judith Robinson, Charles Saari and Jonathan Shawn. It was nominated for five Tony Awards: Best Play, Best Featured Actor (Pat Hingle), Best Featured Actress (Eileen Heckart), Best Scenic Design (Ben Edwards), Best Director (Elia Kazan) and won Best Play. Timmy Everett won the Theatre World Award.

Film

Harriet Frank Jr. and Irving Ravetch adapted Inge's play into a 1960 film with Dorothy McGuire, Robert Preston, Shirley Knight, Eve Arden, Lee Kinsolving and Angela Lansbury.

Variety gave the film, directed by Delbert Mann, a favorable review, noting that it was "well cast and persuasively acted".[1] The drama centers on Reuben Flood (Robert Preston), who loses his salesman job. While searching for a new job, he must deal with his wife, Cora (Dorothy McGuire), who shuns intimacy and mistakes his joblessness for stinginess, his shy daughter (Shirley Knight) who prepares for her first dance and his pre-teen son who runs to his mama instead of dealing with bullies. He tries to comfort himself with childhood friend Mavis Pruitt (Angela Lansbury), whom the town rumor mill believes is a loose woman. In addition to the themes of modernization (i.e., not enough demand for horse harness, and the impending arrival of the oil industry), Inge's characters all face one set of demons or another on their way to the film's conclusion

 

My year photo -- I am crap with dates, around the mid-90s?

 

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The Development of Armidale. What is so special about Armidale? Well it is a cathedral city with both Anglican and Catholic cathedrals; it is a wealthy city with a prosperous hinterland and many mansions; it is Australia’s highest city with a bracing English style climate; it is an education city with a university and several prestigious boarding schools; it was one of a number of sites considered for the Australian capital city site after Federation; it has been one of the centres wanting to secede from the rest of NSW; and it has an interesting history with a squatting phase, mining phase, agricultural phase etc. It is also a regional capital and has always been considered the “capital” of the New England region - a distinctive Australian region defined by rainfall, altitude, etc. And it has always been on the main inland route between Sydney and Brisbane but that is no longer of importance in this aviation transport era.

 

The origins of Armidale district go back to Henry Dumaresq when he squatted on land here and took out leaseholds on Saumarez and Tilbuster stations in 1834. He and other squatters soon displaced the local aboriginal people after a period of considerable violence. The turning point in terms of the city came in 1839 when George Macdonald was appointed Commissioner for Crown Lands for the New England District. He arrived with a small police force and he set about building a house and office headquarters. The site he chose is now Macdonald Park. NSW land regulations allowed the government to set aside reserves for future towns or to resume leasehold land for the creation of towns. Macdonald immediately surveyed the local landowners of which there were 37 in New England, giving it a population of 422 people. But this was the convict era of NSW and half of the population were assigned convicts. They provided the brawn to develop the stations, build the shepherd’s huts, dig the wells and dams, and fell the timber and clear the land. Of the original 422 people in New England only 10 were females, probably wives of shepherds or convict women who were cooks etc. Most stations had between 8 and 12 assigned convicts. Saumarez for example, had 11 convicts and 8 free male workers in 1839. In 1841 convicts still accounted for 42% of the population of New England and as they completed their seven year terms, many stayed on to become the founders of towns like Armidale. Transportation of convicts to NSW ceased around 1843 and so convict assignees gradually declined in the region, but ex-convicts remained.

 

Macdonald named the town site Armidale after the Armadale estate on the Isle of Skye. Macdonald had barracks built for the police men, stables, a store shed, his own house and he enclosed some paddocks for the growing of wheat and vegetables. His first years were often taken up with writing reports about Aboriginal massacres and deaths including the Bluff Rock Massacre on the Everett brothers’ run at Ollera near Guyra. Macdonald seldom investigated reports of Aboriginal deaths closely. He was a pompous little man, just 4 feet 10 inches tall with a deformed hunched back. But he was meticulous in most matters. In 1841 he was jilted just before his proposed wedding to a local woman. He remained in Armidale until 1848 overseeing the early development of the town.

 

By 1843 a small town had emerged with a Post Office and a Court House, blacksmith, wheelwright, hotel, general store etc. The town provided government and commercial services to the surrounding pastoral estates. But the town reserve included other lands that were sold or leased to farmers- agriculturists who grew wheat. By 1851 Armidale had two flour mills. The long transport route to Newcastle and on to Sydney meant all wheat had to be converted to flour before it was transported to the markets. The old dray route down to the coast was also used for the transport of the region’s major product- wool. The official town was surveyed and the streets laid out in 1849. Many of the early pastoralists were commemorated in street names – Beardy, Dumaresq, Dangar, Marsh, Faulkner and Rusden to name a few.

 

In 1851 Armidale also had local industries for the regional population- two breweries, general stores, chemist, butcher etc. In the early 1850s the churches began to erect their first buildings and the town became “civilised” with more and more women living there. Then gold discoveries near Uralla and towards the eastern escarpment boosted the town’s population and services. A newspaper was founded, a hospital was built and the population reached 858 in 1856. A gaol was built on South Hill in 1863, the town became a municipality in 1864, and the Robertson’s Land Acts (1861) were introduced throughout NSW to break up the big pastoral estates for ‘selectors” or small scale farmers on 320 acre blocks. This boosted the total population of the Armidale region but as noted elsewhere the pastoralists also used this era to buy up large lots of land freehold for themselves by the process of “dummying”- using relatives and employees to buy small parcels of land which they sold on to the large land owners. But the early years of growing wheat around Armidale collapsed in the 1870s as the wheat lands of South Australia opened up and cheap SA imports destroyed the New England wheat industry. Other forms of agriculture were then taken up in New England.

 

Another key factor in the growth of Armidale in the late 1870s and into the 1890s was its English style climate. In 1885 Armidale was proclaimed a city. It had a population of 3,000 residents - a remarkable achievement for a locale so far from the coast. This was of course boosted further with the arrival of the railway in Armidale in 1883. The line soon reached the Queensland border with a connection on to Brisbane. But the railway was not all good news as the city of Armidale could then receive beer and other supplies on the railway from Newcastle or Sydney and some local industries closed down with the arrival of the railway. By the 1880s the boom years were apparent as large mansions and prominent commercial buildings were erected in the growing city.

 

The fact that Armidale is equidistant from Sydney and Brisbane was one of the factors considered in its application to become the new Federal capital. The fact that Armidale had nearby reservoirs and a large water supply big enough for a large capital city was also an important consideration. The new Federal government was considering the site of the capital city after a long drought so access to water supplies was a major concern. As we known the site of Canberra near Yass was finally selected despite its lesser supply of water but it was closer to Sydney.

 

Regional Art gallery and Aboriginal Art Centre.

This gallery is one of the regional galleries funded by the NSW government. It is especially noted for its outstanding collection of Australia Art which was donated to the gallery by Howard Hinton (1867-1948.) Hinton was a company director and art collector. Despite poor eyesight he travelled the world looking at galleries and he befriended several artists. In Sydney he met and lived with noted Australian painter such as Tom Roberts, Arthur Stretton and Julian Ashton. He made his first donation of art to the National Gallery of NSW in 1914. Over the years he gave 122 paintings to that gallery. He was a trustee of the National Gallery of NSW from 1919-1948. He was knighted in 1935 for his services to art. In 1928 when the National Gallery of NSW refused some of his donations he decided to endow the relatively new Teachers’ College at Armidale with a collection of art. The Director of Education who was in charge of the College concurred with the idea and the first paintings were received in Armidale in 1929. He later gave over 1,000 paintings to the Teachers’ College and over 700 art books for its library. His collection illustrated the development of Australian art in particular from the 1880s through to the 1940s. The artist Norman Lindsey described the collection as the only complete collection of Australian art. A portrait of Howard Hinton is held by the former Armidale College of Advanced Education which is now part of the University of New England. The art collection has been transferred on to the Armidale Regional Art Gallery. The Hinton Collection is partially on display always. The Persian Love Cake in the Art Gallery café is to die for!

 

Teachers College and the Education Museum.

In the 19th century most school teachers were untrained but a few were trained in Fort Street Normal School in Sydney from 1848. The first teachers college was not established until 1912 in some temporary buildings. The college opened in new premises in 1920 which were not completed until 1924. But Armidale got the second teachers college in NSW in 1928 with its first proper building being constructed in 1930 at the height of the Great Depression. Why was this so? The answer is political. New England was in the midst of a secession movement in the late 1920s and New England was the home to several Country Party politicians with great influence. The Country Party came to power in NSW in 1927 and the new Minister for Education, David Drummond was the local member for New England. Drummond favoured a second teachers college because the staff at Sydney Teachers College had complained that country students coming to Sydney to be trained were being seduced by the ways of the sinful city and they seldom wanted rural school postings after a stint in Sydney! A Teachers College in Armidale would stop the debauchery! Although Armidale Teachers’ College was the first, the government made plans for additional teachers colleges in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga which eventually were established. The 1863 gaol in Armidale was closed in 1920 and was demolished to make way for the new teachers college building. As one commentator said at the time “a new Parthenon on the hill was to replace the penitentiary on the hill”!

 

The government appointed Cecil Bede Newling (1883-1975) as the principal of the new college. Today the old Teachers College building is named the Newling building. Newling had gone out as a probationary teacher in 1899 before attending courses at Fort Street Normal School from 1904. He later described his teacher training as dull. He was first appointed head teacher at Cootamundra in 1923, and then inspector at Broken Hill in 1925. He had a rapid rise in the Education Department. By 1925 he had also been awarded a BA and a MA from the University of Sydney. As first principal of the Armidale Teachers College he influenced everything. He had a forceful personality and took interest in all aspects of the College from the grounds and gardens to the curriculum and to the health of the students. During World War Two he became secret custodian of priceless art and written materials from the Mitchell Library and the National Gallery of NSW. He retired in 1947 with his “college on the hill” well established and valued. It is open weekday afternoons from 2 to 4 pm to members of the public.

 

Central Park Historical Walk and Nearby Structures.

The buildings of significance around Central Park are the old Wesley Methodist Hall and the now Uniting Church- just off the Park in Rusden Street; St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church and Hall; St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral, Deanery and Parish Hall; and St. Mary’s Catholic Cathedral. Nearby along Faulkner Street is the Town Hall( just off Faulkner), the Post Office, the Court House, and the entrance to the Mall.

•Masonic Building. The Lodge here in Armidale purchased this land in 1860 and had a lodge built by a local builder Frederick Nott. A new severe classical style Lodge was erected in 1924 to replace the earlier one.

•Lindsay House is at 128 Faulkner Street and it dates from the mid 1920s. It is a mock Tudor house with exposed beams and woodwork on the exterior and stucco areas. This “English” style of house was popular in New England at this time. It is a typical “gentleman’s “house and it was built for a local doctor. In 1972 the former Armidale College of Advanced Education purchased the house for staff accommodation and they renamed it Lindsay House. Today it is a luxury bed & breakfast establishment.

•Southall is a fine 1888 residence at 88 Barney Street oppopsite Central Park. At one stage it was called Girrawheen Boarding House as it provided accommodation for the girls enrolled at New England Ladies College. This house was purchased in 1928 by the Armidale Teachers’ College for accommodation for female teaching students. It was linked to Smith House, next door, in 1960 and then became a university residential college but it is now a backpackers complex. Apart from wrought iron lace work it features two toned brick work on the quoins and the bricks are done in Flemish bond pattern.

•Catholic Cathedral and Convent. See next page.

•Anglican Cathedral and Deanery. See next page.

•St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church. The foundation stone dates the building to 1881. Its Gothic style, tall steeple, wrought iron decorations and lancet windows add considerably to the appearance of Central Park. The white painted masonry quoins, window surrounds etc contrast sharply with the dark coloured bricks.

•Old Wesley Methodist Hall and Church. The Old Wesley Church was erected in 1864 and is one of the oldest still standing churches of Armidale. It was replaced by a new Methodist Church in 1893 and it then became the church hall. The Old Wesley Church also has Red Cedar joinery inside.

•The Folk Museum. This is housed in the old School of Arts and Mechanics Institute building of 1863. Such places were crucial education centres in the 19th century. It was used as the town library for many years and is now a museum.

•Armidale Town Hall. This impressive structure was completed in 1883 just before Armidale became a city in 1885. It has many decorative features including pilasters (flat columns), scroll work, a central triangular pediment above the main entrance, a niche like entrance with a curved upper balcony and balustrade. In 1990 the City decorated the interior in Art Deco style!

•The Armidale Post Office. The first PO was established in 1843. This building was constructed in 1880. The beautiful arched veranda and upper balcony were added in 1897. It is still the city Post Office.

•Lands Board building now the Lands Office. This elegant building with its filigree lace work on the upper balcony and the lower veranda originally had a slate roof and slate chimney pots. The symmetry of this building is superb. It was designed by the same architect who did the government Post Office next door and the style would date it to the same period -1880.

•Opposite are the architectural plans for the amazing Imperial Hotel. It was built in 1890 William Miller who was of the original discoverer of gold at Hillgrove. He made his fortune on the gold fields and then erected the finest hotel in Armidale. It is noted for its proportions, classical style, ornate parapets along the roof line and filigree caste iron. The urns atop the “floating” triangular pediments are wonderful. It demonstrates how important the travelling public were to early hoteliers like William Miller. Miller began life as a poor farmer at Saumarez Ponds. It is run down today.

•On the opposite corner is the current Westpac Bank. It was formerly the Bank of NSW and it was put up in 1938 in classical style. The 1817 on the parapet refers to the founding of the Bank of NSW by Mary Reibey, a former convict, depicted on our $20 note. Along from this is the marvellous AMP building with its statute on top.

•Armidale Court House in the Mall. This imposing building with a classical Greek façade with columns, and wrought iron gates was built in 1859. It was extensively altered in 1870 when the two side wings were attached. The clock tower was added in 1878. Inside the joinery is all Australian Red Cedar. Note the cobblestoned courtyard. At the rear of the Court House is the original Sheriff’s Cottage (1870) which was originally a “lock up “for prisoners!

•Hanna’s Arcade in Barney Street. See the leadlight mural, wooden arcade, and fine department store.

 

Catholic Cathedral and building.

The first Catholic priest to arrive in Armidale came in 1853. He took services in a small wooden Catholic Church that had opened in 1848. The priest then built a parsonage which became part of De La Salle College, now O’Connor High School. It has since been demolished. In 1862 the Catholic Diocese of Armidale was established but it was 1869 before the first bishop, Bishop O’Mahony, settled in Armidale. He was consecrated as bishop in 1871 at the same time as the commissioning of the cathedral. It was dedicated in 1872 but replaced by the current cathedral in 1912. When Bishop O’Mahony left he was replaced by Bishop Torreggiani who was replaced by Bishop O’Connor in 1904.

 

The new cathedral of St. Mary and St. Joseph was built in Pyrmont stone from Sydney and Armidale polychrome (or multi- coloured) bricks. Such brick work was popular in the 1880s but out of fashion by 1912. Brown, cream and red bricks were used for the cathedral to highlight its architectural features. It is a much larger structure than the Anglican cathedral and dominates the townscape around Central Park. The brickwork was used for quoins, cross banding and other feature work. It was designed in Gothic style by Sherrin and Hennessy in Sydney and constructed by a local builder Frederick Nott. It has a turreted tower with a needle spire on top with louvre windows. It has the original slate roof and fine marble work inside and outside in the form of fine marble statues. The interior is also noted for its fine hammer beam ceiling. The pipe organ was made in 1900 in England and rebuilt here in 1912. Like the Anglicans, the Catholics divided the New England diocese in 1887 when the Diocese of Grafton was established.

 

Near the cathedral but further along Barney Street is the Merici House which was built as a Catholic School and convent very early in 1882. Angela Merici was the founder of the Ursuline Order of Nuns who began teaching at that school in 1883. The Ursulines arrived from London in 1882 to do missionary work in Armidale. Their order was established in Italy in 1534. The Ursulines in Armidale established their mother house here and sent nuns out to many other communities across NSW and Qld from Armidale. But in Armidale they set up St. Ursulines College from their small origins in Merici House near the Catholic Cathedral. It was erected as a fine two storey house for a local businessman in 1877. He sold it to the Ursuline Order in 1882. St. Ursuline College operated from 1882 until it merged with the Catholic boys’ school, La Salle College (established 1906 by Bishop O’Connor) in 1975. The amalgamated school was renamed O’Connor High School after Bishop O’Connor. O’Connor High School operates on a different site in the city of Armidale to the north east of the town.

 

Anglican Cathedral and associated buildings.

Bishop Broughton conducted the first Anglican service in Armidale in 1845 with the first church opening in 1850, followed by a parsonage for Rev. Tingcombe who was the first minister arriving in 1846. Armidale was part of the Diocese of Newcastle. Then in 1869 the diocese of Grafton and Armidale was established. The founding Bishop was James Turner from Norfolk, England. His diocese was the size of England! He started with 10 clergy and 21 churches. He appointed John Horbury Hunt to design and oversee the building of a suitable cathedral in Armidale. The foundation stone was laid in 1873 and the cathedral opened in 1875 as St. Peter’s. Hunt designed a relatively small cathedral of brick, his favourite building medium, rather than stone. Turner continued as Bishop until 1893. Before he left the diocese of Armidale he had the Christ Church Cathedral erected in Grafton in 1884 and a new Grafton diocese created. Bishop Turner also used John Horbury Hunt for cathedral that we saw in Grafton. By the time Turner left he had 2 diocese and 58 churches.

 

The Anglican Cathedral was made of Armidale blue bricks with clay taken from Saumarez station. The vestry was added in 1910 according to Hunt’s design (he died in 1903) and the tower, again according to Hunt’s design in 1936. The cathedral features Gothic arches, a square tower, small pyramids on top of buttresses, moulded bricks for special areas and interesting English bonds and patterns. Uralla granite was used for keystones and the foundations. The Deanery was also designed by Hunt and built of the same Armidale blue bricks in 1891. Hunt was known to make great demands on the brickies as he was a perfectionist and supervised all the intricate brickwork very closely. The result was an outstandingly fine cathedral. Note the band of green tiles above the main door included by Hunt. Note also the fine stained glass windows, and one is a memorial to Bishop Turner’s wife who died in 1879. The cathedral has a fine timber ceiling. Hunt even selected the pulpit and lectern to suit his design. The pulpit has an effigy of St. Peter carved in the sandstone. Some of Hunt’s original plans can be viewed in the Tower Room.

 

Elfia Haarzuilen 2014 saturday 19 april 2014

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elfia.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elfia editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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For the half-marathon (21.1 km) results, here are the local (Ottawa & area) participants -- sorted by cities and first name -- in the September 18, 2011, Canada Army Run held in Ottawa, Ontario. There were 6,397 runners in the 21.1 km race, an increase of about 900 runners compared to 2010.

 

Click here and enter the bib numbers (see below) for the full individual race results. Thank-you to Sportstats.

 

* Also, click here for race photos by Brightroom:tm:, Inc.

 

Lists of local half-marathon race participants:

 

Part A. Ottawa, A-L (see below)

Part B. Ottawa, M-Z (Click here.)

Part C. Other Communities (Alexandria to Magog) (Click here.)

Part D. Other Communities (Maitland to Woodlawn) (Click here.)

 

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Part A: (Ottawa, bib number & name)

 

556…Aaron Auyeung

5174…Aaron Guzman

1386…Abbey Saunders

1387…Abdulhak Nagy

5177…Achint Sandhu

1397…Adam Dawe

5179…Adam Desjarlais

1390…Adam Hamilton

3743…Adam Harris

1394…Adam Orton

34107…Adam Struthers

1389…Adam Welcher

7617…Adria Patzer

3427…Adriana Zeleney

3404…Adrienne Mertin

1400…Ahsan Ahmed

572…Al Okroy

5998…Al Stewart

3352…Alain D'arbelles

147…Alain Gauvin

1404…Alain Gendron

116…Alain Therriault

588…Alain Vermette

867…Alan Chaffe

5055…Alan Chan

679…Alan Yeadon

5184…Alana Fong

3750…Alana Morin

1410…Alec Forbes

3752…Alec Wong

1415…Alex Bota

1416…Alex Burnet

5187…Alex Eloise

6103…Alex Havers

3755…Alex Ho

426…Alex Lavoie

5060…Alex Renwick

3758…Alexander Gribbon

6542…Alexandra Averbeck

4978…Alexandra Bushell

1419…Alexandra Gruca-Macaulay

1422…Alexandra Skupek

6105…Alexandra Vallianatos

5189…Alexandra Weirich

1425…Alexis Bosse

3764…Alexis Bunny Conrad

3765…Alice Donachey

6089…Alice Kwong

5193…Alice Retik

6547…Alicia Ch Nier

1427…Alison James

6548…Alison Mccray

3767…Alison Salhany

1021…Allan Crisford

3513…Allan Gauci

1430…Allan O'connor

6551…Allison Grimsey

1434…Allison Lainey

6107…Allison Mackenzie

3639…Allison Meek

6552…Allison Sephton

1440…Alp Oran

3772…Alyson Byrne

5202…Amanda Amaratunga

3781…Amanda Brown

3779…Amanda Macfarlane

5200…Amanda Robertson-Smiderle

5206…Amanda Sully

1339…Amanda Van Beinum

3776…Amanda Watson

3786…Amin Mirzaee

3787…Ammar Riaz

1447…Amy Hiltz

5208…Amy Hum

1446…Amy Plint

1452…Anabela Barreira

3472…Anais Lussier-Labelle

6564…Andr E Morin

1461…Andr St-Laurent

6116…Andre Boivin

1459…Andre Charbonneau

901…Andre Dion

1312…Andre Hiotis

1454…Andre Pharand

1465…Andrea English

1466…Andrea Ferrari

3797…Andrea Fitzgerald

1234…Andrea Holland

6562…Andrea Lau

1306…Andrea Letham

1090…Andrea Matthews

5212…Andrea Mccaffrey

7385…Andrea Mills

5214…Andrea Pietila

3796…Andrea Seaby

3798…Andree Deslauriers

1223…Andree-Anne Girard

7620…Andree-Anne Lamothe

155…Andrew Archibald

3802…Andrew Bellamy

7434…Andrew Buzza

3800…Andrew Chatham

16298…Andrew Colautti

1481…Andrew Feltham

1475…Andrew Ha

3357…Andrew Keleher

156…Andrew Leikucs

1470…Andrew Lenz

3806…Andrew Marble

976…Andrew Mendes

603…Andrew Ng

3803…Andrew Niefer

889…Andrew Parker

7621…Andrew Patzer

1482…Andrew Spurrell

3417…Andrew Staples

1473…Andrew Weekes

1490…Andy Wilson

3575…Angela Hardy

931…Angela Koskie

7397…Angela Lamb

6572…Angela Marcantonio

1121…Angela Scanlon

3809…Angela Steele

3810…Angelo Garcia

5111…Angy Dauth

5226…Anick De Sousa

762…Anika Clark

825…Anita Choquette

7438…Anita Portier

1145…Ann Gregory

6007…Ann Lanthier

3448…Ann Marie Fyfe

7440…Ann Mccaffrey

1497…Ann Piche

5229…Ann Walton

3817…Anna Aylett

1500…Anna Hardy

1289…Anna Hoefnagels

6576…Anna Pham

1502…Anne Bailliu

7624…Anne Biscope

6578…Anne Bowker

3820…Anne Francis

1504…Anne Houston

3449…Anne Mcnamara

1236…Anne Pearce

3821…Anne Strangelove

3826…Anne-Marie Desormeaux

1505…Anne-Marie Fraser

7625…Annie Corriveau

6583…Annie Oger

1507…Annie Plouffe

695…Ann-Marie Reid

5113…Anthea Garrick Menard

1510…Antoine Guimond

1511…Antonio Zappavigna

6123…Antoun Rahal

5232…Anya Pavlova

6588…April Dickson

158…Arif Aziz

4948…Arleigh Romyn

1515…Arthur King

1516…Arthur Winnik

6589…Ashlee Linton

3833…Ashley Brennan

1517…Ashley Browne

6590…Ashley Butcher

1518…Ashley Mulroney

5233…Ashley Proceviat

34117…Ashley Towns

693…Audrey Taylor

1523…Avdo Nalic

527…Aveta Graham

1524…Aydin Mirzaee

6593…Azhra Mcmahon

1526…Barbara Campbell

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5062…Barbara Jovaisas

6034…Barbara Mingie

3839…Barnabas Fung

1529…Barry Le Grys

640…Bart Bakker

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406…Ben Lawson

6598…Ben Tobali

6601…Beno T Pag

3846…Benoit Goulet

905…Ben-Zion Caspi

1029…Bernard Charlebois

1540…Bernard St-Laurent

1542…Bernie Car

5242…Bernita Butler

727…Betty Bulman

3847…Betty-Jane Horton

6136…Bev Denison

3851…Bill Horne

908…Bill Mceachern

6604…Bill Salminen

6605…Bill Wilson

3852…Billie Hillis

5247…Blair Malcolm

3515…Blake Davis

161…Blake Poirier

6137…Bob Fraser

3585…Bob Mcculloch

927…Bob Mcgillivray

5248…Bob Moquin

6608…Bob Muise

3856…Bob Stevenson

5250…Bonita Martin

6610…Bonnie Mechefske

3859…Bonnie Nelson

5252…Brad Austin

7429…Brad Lobregt

5253…Bradley Fleming

1559…Brandon King

4976…Brenda Bethune

5258…Brenda Jenkins

1562…Brenda Makowichuk

6612…Brenda Primmer

1563…Brenda Quinlan

5256…Brenda Ryan

6525…Brent Burton

1568…Brent Edwards

1567…Brent Russell

1566…Brent Wakeford

3868…Brian Arscott

1580…Brian Berube

5262…Brian Bowering

3680…Brian Davis

1584…Brian Double

428…Brian Harding

1583…Brian Mcneill

3867…Brian Nolet

100…Brian O'higgins

1571…Brian Radey

1575…Brian Rolfe

3431…Brian Sanford

658…Brian Senecal

1572…Brian Tweedie

3346…Brianna Saunders

1585…Brianne Bota

5266…Brigit Jessup

1586…Brigitte Cossette

8…Brigitte Jackstien

1587…Brigitte Joly

6621…Brigitte Martel

5267…Brittany Gallant

1588…Brittany Hinds

1589…Brittany Leblanc

1590…Britt-Mari Sykes

3872…Brodie Fraser

6622…Bronwyn Burke

620…Bruce Jackson

3874…Bruce Moquin

1596…Bruce Moran

6094…Bruce Muise

1595…Bruce Squires

996…Bryan Morris

1599…Bryan Norrie

1597…Bryan Sirois

6145…Bryan Wright

1056…Byron Holland

7630…C Line Beaudoin

7450…C Line Houle

892…Caitlin O'higgins

6147…Caitlin Viitamaki

165…Caleb Walker

3878…Calvin Mak

3879…Calvin Reid

3573…Cameron Beare

3691…Cameron Fraser

1606…Candice Dandurand

343…Candice Hilder

1607…Cara Thibault

6150…Cari Minogue

1608…Carl Marcotte

3882…Carla Harding

1611…Carmen Vierula

1613…Carol Bennett

6154…Carol Doiron

3887…Carole Barabe

3886…Carole Chenard

1197…Carole Harrison

3888…Carolene Preap

3889…Caroline Glynn

5277…Carolyn Brown

5276…Carolyn Phillips

5278…Carolyn Tapp

3897…Carrie Johnston

6156…Carrie Roussin

6641…Carrie Stewart

3899…Carrie-Ann Pierce

3901…Casey Carswell

3900…Casey Thomas

990…Cassandra Chouinard

5997…Cassandra Lively

6074…Cassie Hodgins

7327…Catherine Beacher

1040…Catherine Caron

3678…Catherine Khordoc

3904…Catherine Lacroix

3906…Catherine Milley

5286…Catherine Nesbitt

903…Catherine Peirce

6645…Catherine St. Louis

5288…Catherine Yarker

1630…Cathlin Antonello

1632…Cathy Blanchard

3911…Cathy Gloade

3627…Cathy Takahashi

3913…Celeste Morley

172…Chad Wilson

5091…Chanel Huard

1224…Chantal Campbell

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1637…Chantal Fallows

6651…Chantal Lacroix

3920…Chantal Lanthier

5294…Chantal Nault

1175…Chantal Pilon

7451…Chantal Proulx

5296…Charbel Choueiri

6653…Charlene Mathias

1644…Charlie Rate

6162…Chelsea Bull

6029…Chelsea Macdonell

3932…Cherinet Seid

3937…Cheryl Bateman

3516…Cheryl Birker

1649…Cheryl Giles

3936…Cheryl Kardish-Levitan

3935…Cheryl Mcgrath

5162…Cheryl Mcintyre

7453…Cheryl Perry

5300…Cheryl Shore

5301…Chiara Andrisani

6023…Chloe Macdonell

3946…Chris Bark

1659…Chris Bartholomew

3947…Chris Best

1664…Chris Bowen

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6512…Chris Campbell

1667…Chris Davies

6658…Chris Gardner

5306…Chris Garrioch

6075…Chris Hale

1653…Chris Hayes

1663…Chris Henderson

3944…Chris Hill

6659…Chris Liebenberg

3948…Chris Macdonald

5304…Chris Minogue

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906…Chris Nestor

1657…Chris Phelan

3954…Chris Rath

3945…Chris Reid

5074…Chris Renwick

5007…Chris Salter

1660…Chris Sliwka

5302…Chris Spiteri

1658…Chris Steele

6661…Chris Sutherland

6662…Chris Weicker

7454…Chris White

7455…Chris Wojcik

6664…Christene White

1674…Christian Boucher

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1672…Christian Maillet

6666…Christiane Laperri Re

6667…Christie Swann

6668…Christina Gubbels

6669…Christina Jutzi

1676…Christina Romanin

3964…Christine Atwood

3958…Christine Benne

7457…Christine Fortier

778…Christine Geraghty

1681…Christine Halliburton

3673…Christine Hodge

5320…Christine Leung

5315…Christine Marshall

3962…Christine Mayer

1684…Christine Racicot

3361…Christine Rivas

4961…Christine Robbins

3356…Christine Stilborne

1678…Christine Turmaine

934…Christopher Barber

1697…Christopher Cook

3967…Christopher Elliott

528…Christopher Fennell

1698…Christopher Hassall

1703…Christopher Jones

1700…Christopher Linton

3494…Cindy Maraj

6675…Cindy Mcalpine

1705…Cindy Qu

1709…Cindy Scott

1706…Cindy Warwick

5323…Claire Lehan

1713…Claire Millington

1173…Claire Samson

3503…Claude B Land

6680…Claude Papineau

791…Claudia Rutherford

3977…Clemence Allard

1721…Cliff Martin

1725…Colette Kenney

1724…Colette Nault

3978…Colin Baril

1730…Colin Kiviaho

1729…Colin Langille

1728…Colin Martel

1726…Colin Welburn

3563…Colleen Bigelow

1731…Colleen Crane

5992…Connie Acelvari

5330…Connor Grimes

3985…Conrad Kupniewski

816…Constance Craig

1734…Corey Crosby

1002…Cori Dinovitzer

6686…Corinna Simmons

6687…Cory Martin

1027…Court Curry

1737…Courtney Henderson

6688…Courtney Kalbfleisan

3988…Courtney Watson

1739…Craig Bascombe

1743…Craig Blair

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1745…Craig Crant

5004…Craig Mantle

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3383…Craig Rosario

4918…Craig Williams

1747…Cristina Santostefano

1749…Crystal Gottfried

3993…Currie David

1329…Curtis Mcgrath

1751…Cyndi Kennedy

5336…Cynthia Desnoyers

5337…Cynthia Larue

1758…Dale Pike

3999…Dalelle Mensour

1764…Dan Cowan

1762…Dan Dalby

6563…Dan Mcglinchey

4002…Dan Mclaughlin

4000…Dan Moore

1766…Dan Pihlainen

4001…Dan Rolfe

4003…Dan Seekings

6076…Dan Shea

1358…Dan St-Arnaud

178…Dan Steeves

16292…Dan Ziniuk

4005…Dana Van Gulik

1769…Dani Gaucher

7465…Danica Seguin

5340…Daniel Albahary

1777…Daniel Burke

499…Daniel Charlebois

4008…Daniel Gosselin

3595…Daniel Guerrette

5338…Daniel Leonard

4006…Daniel Minor

352…Daniel Pharand

1783…Daniel Reifler

4007…Daniel Suh

1776…Daniel Vincent

6699…Danielle Cote

3648…Danielle Halloran

5346…Danielle Hoegy

7467…Danielle Simard

1785…Danielle Wehbi

1786…Danny Gagne

1788…Darcia Bunny Kmet

6037…Darlene Hackett

697…Darlene Joyce

6707…Darlene Sabourin

6708…Darrell Williams

6503…Darren Boomer

1792…Darren Uchman

5028…Darryl Bilodeau

181…Daryl Howes

1112…Dave Bergeron

1806…Dave Bossmin

1302…Dave Goods

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1801…Dave Langlois

1804…Dave Morin-Pelletier

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3533…Dave Yarker

1796…Dave Yarwood

1835…David Dawson

6188…David Delaney

1823…David Eggleton

6714…David Gagnon

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6716…David Gulas

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1822…David Henry

935…David Jackson

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1829…David Leech

1816…David Liimatainen

1825…David Macquistan

1819…David Mccaw

5353…David Migicovsky

1826…David Nash

3600…David Perry

1242…David Rain

1831…David Rampton

1821…David Sproule

842…David Thomson

3698…David Tobin

1812…David Tuck

1837…Davina Gordon

4035…Davina Walker-Priebe

6190…Dawn Boudreau

1054…Dawn Montgomery

6723…Dawn Styan

1075…Dean Justus

3692…Deb Hogan

4037…Deb Quayle

4038…Debbie Bloom

6727…Debbie Carrick

5144…Debbie Ling

6729…Debby Duford

7470…Debby Simms

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3517…Deborah Newhook

6730…Deborah Potter

1843…Deborah Taymun

5150…Dee Sullivan

5064…Deidre Kelly

6733…Demi Kotsovos

4047…Denis Binette

5365…Denis Niles

1846…Denis Thompson

6193…Denise Deschenes

6194…Denise Gillam-Gledhill

4051…Denise Plaa

3732…Denise Thibault

6734…Denise Walter

801…Dennis Bulman

1850…Dennis Waite

1853…Derek Dobson

1854…Derek Fildebrandt

1855…Derek Gledhill

4054…Derek Hille

5372…Derek Lanouette

184…Derek Mcmaster

1852…Derek Parent

504…Derek Smith

7475…Des Keon

1857…Desmond Gosse

1859…Devin Dreeshen

1858…Devin Harrington

6738…Devon Forde

5011…Diana Harrison

4058…Diana Schembri

5374…Diane Dupuis

6090…Diane Mackinder

4062…Diane St-Laurent

1866…Diane Wilson

7478…Dianne Panarella

649…Dick Gunstone

6746…Dillon Vahey

1868…Dion Edmonds

1870…Dj Roy

1874…Dominique Chiasson

4069…Dominique Keuthen

789…Don Andersen

7479…Don Evoy

1876…Don Moors

6749…Don Orr

5119…Dona Hill

7480…Donald Darrell

5966…Donald Henry

1879…Donald Mcfarling

1877…Donald Taylor

6200…Donald Tupper

1022…Donald Waldock

6201…Donna Dandele-Macnabb

7481…Donna Perry

5382…Doris Leung

5084…Doris Mclean

4077…Dorothy Dalton-Smith

1883…Dorothy Kessler

1014…Doug Eagle

4079…Doug Mirau

4080…Douglas Brecknell

1891…Douglas Carles

669…Douglas Cooper

6755…Douglas Loader

1886…Douglas Macaulay

1890…Douglas Mcginn

1887…Douglas Petryk

1889…Douglas Thomas

6757…Drew Clipperton

1893…Drew Dodington

1894…Drew Mcnair

187…Duaine Simms

5384…Duane Forward

1898…Duncan Bunny Shaw

1895…Duncan Mackintosh

1323…Dung Bui

6038…Dvora Rotenberg

4083…Dwayne Aylward

1901…Dwayne Lemon

1902…Dwight Obst

4084…Dylan Price

1136…Dylan Shields

1906…Ed Clouthier

5386…Edith Bostwick

4088…Edith Greenlee

753…Edith Knight

4087…Edith Tam

1913…Edward Fox

7483…Edward Jun

1914…Edward Livingstone

1244…Edward Vonk

5387…Eileen Vincent

1915…Eira Macdonell

5389…Elaine Petrie

5120…Elaine Yardley

7399…Eleanor Ford

7485…Eleanor Hastings

6763…Eleanore Brickell

4093…Eli Tannis

6764…Elisabeth Baechlin

4096…Elissa Renaud

5393…Elizabeth Burn

4101…Elizabeth Howe

1921…Elizabeth Kerr

4100…Elizabeth Murray

4098…Elizabeth Richards

4097…Elizabeth Rodgers

6766…Elizabeth Rose

3651…Elke Keating

4103…Ellen Bunny Campbell

5083…Ellen Carter

1923…Ellen Curtis

3601…Ellen Lamarre

6514…Ellen Nikonorova

5097…Ellen O'halloran

90…Elyse Pratt-Johnson

1925…Elysia Van Zeyl

3311…Emilee Lloyd-Krusky

6768…Emilie Lavigne

4104…Emilie Porlier

1926…Emilie Tougas

1932…Emily Burton

1928…Emily Gildner

3726…Emily Joyce

6769…Emily Larocque

1930…Emily Sharples

4107…Emma Doucet

4108…Emmanuelle Deaton

6770…Enjoli Stevens

6771…Eric Arnold

188…Eric Arseneault

5399…Eric Belchamber

339…Eric Bourlier

4110…Eric Bradbury

3469…Eric Burpee

123…Eric Charland

7423…Eric Sewell

680…Eric Weaver

4921…Erik Husband

3727…Erik Laflamme

6774…Erin Beasley

6213…Erin Beck

6775…Erin Collins

1955…Erin Enros

4122…Erin Ferraris

4119…Erin Holtby

6214…Erin Langton

5409…Erin Mutterback

1958…Etienne Goudreau

4124…Eva Burnett

6777…Evamarie Weicker

6778…Evan Clarke

3373…Evan May

5412…Evelyn Wheeler

1961…Faye Goldman

4126…Fern Lima

189…Fiona Johnston

4127…Flavia Pontes Nascimento

1969…Frances Enright

6783…Frances Muldoon

3384…Frances Ryan

3730…Francesca Craig

593…Francesca Macdonald

1970…Francesca Tauvette

6050…Francine Gaulin

5415…Francine Vachon

1972…Francis Ouimet

6784…Francisco Fernandes De Sousa

965…Francisco Salazar

1973…Franco Pasqualini

660…Francois Dumaine

1979…Francois Lavertu

1099…Frank D'angelo

4138…Frank Gelinas

393…Frank Maloney

4141…Frank Rayal

1985…Franz Ferraris

191…Franz Kirk

1984…Franz Kropp

4142…Fraser Cole

1987…Fraser Pearce

1988…Fred Pelletier

1989…Fred Smith

5420…Frederic Levesque

394…Frederic-Francois Desmarais

1996…Fuen Leal-Santiago

6789…Gabby Moser

6790…Gabe Batstone

763…Gabriela Balajova

6793…Gabrielle Nadeau

4143…Gaby Moreau

6092…Gail Baker-Gregory

6223…Garrett Maurstad

894…Gary Mckenna

84…Gary Wilkes

2004…Gaspare Mangiaracina

2005…Gavin Hunt

6225…Gavin Kelly

4146…Gavin Lemoine

194…Geb Marett

2006…Geneva Collier

2010…Genevieve Ashton

2008…Genevieve Butler

3420…Genevieve Le Jeune

4148…Genevieve Lemieux

5425…Genevieve Paris

2007…Genevieve Pineau

4150…Genevieve Tanguay

792…Gennifer Stainforth

582…Geoff Cooper

636…Geoff Dunkley

3717…Geoff Dunn

4151…Geoff Mroz

2013…Geoff Roth

1287…Geoffrey Dudding

7400…Geoffrey Ford

2017…George Condrut

1003…George Ferrier

975…George Garrard

6511…George Hajecek

5427…George Mcleod

2015…George Wehbi

6798…Georges Rousselle

5428…Georgette Demers

196…Gerald Aubry

4154…Gerry Clarke

2020…Gerry Nigra

6799…Gil Brunette

6226…Gilbert Lepine

1246…Gilbert Nkusi

2028…Gilles Beauparlant

2024…Gilles Lafleur

2030…Gilles Menard

860…Gillian Andersen

2034…Gillian Reid-Schachter

5124…Gillianne Beaulieu

3520…Gina Charos

2035…Gino Rinaldi

6229…Girard A-C

2037…Giuseppe Agnello

1059…Glen Gobel

2039…Glen Trevisani

2042…Glenn Boustead

16259…Glenn Cheney

6802…Glenn Cowan

5430…Glenn Franklin

2041…Glenn Poirier

719…Gloria Baeza

5431…Gloria Teague

674…Gord Baldwin

960…Gord Coulson

2043…Gordon Mcgillivray

2044…Grace Harju

1101…Grace Howland

2046…Graeme Hamilton

2045…Graeme Wardlaw

2051…Graham Acreman

2047…Graham Schuler

2052…Grant Macleod

5435…Greg Brockmann

4167…Greg Haspect

2056…Greg Hussack

6231…Greg Klump

2054…Greg Macdougall

2059…Greg Mcneill

2053…Greg Penner

6806…Greg Zinck

3636…Gregg Reddin

2060…Gregory De Knoop

2063…Guillaume Croisetiere

2062…Guillaume Proulx

2071…Guy Boyd

1017…Guy Pelletier

5437…Guy Warwick

4169…Guylain Thorne

2074…Gyro Inman

2075…Hai Nguyen

342…Harold Boudreau

909…Harold Geller

6812…Harry Fischer

7490…Hazel Ullyatt

1089…Hazen Harty

2081…Heather Bigelow

4170…Heather Carriere

4173…Heather Chew

4172…Heather Cudmore

6235…Heather D Wilson

995…Heather Dye

7491…Heather Gerrior

3375…Heather Mccready

6816…Heather Nixon

3500…Heather Paulusse

1102…Heather Watts

6817…Helen Francis

2084…Helen Wright

6818…Helene Boucher

7386…Helene Leduc

5075…Henri St-Martin

4953…Hidetaka Nishimura

3369…Hieu Nguyen

6819…Hilary Chaiton

2092…Hilary Mellor

6820…Hillary Rose

737…Hollie Anderson

3558…Holly Johnson

4180…Holly Skelton

4181…Holly Stoss

506…Howard Smith

2096…Hugo Whitfield

7493…Iaian Docherty

590…Iain Macdonald

9580…Ian Anderson

2108…Ian Bunny Joiner

6821…Ian Crawford

3699…Ian Graham

5447…Ian Iacovitti

554…Ian Krepps

1311…Ian Malcolm

2099…Ian Mcfarland

2106…Ian Pace

2104…Ian Pickard

500…Ian Roney

2101…Ian Shea

5448…Ian Siegert

2102…Ian White

1248…Ian-Guy Dupuis

6238…Ingrid Berljawsky

6824…Ingrid Neufeld

2109…Ione Jayawardena

1103…Ir Ne Dionne

597…Irvin Hill

5451…Iryna Abramova

2111…Iryna Karpova

2112…Isaac Wesley

6240…Isabelle Beach

5453…Isabelle Cantin

5454…Isabelle Carriere

4190…Isabelle Gosselin

4188…Isabelle Saint-Laurent

5455…Isagani Valencia

2116…Ivan Stefanov

4194…J Carson

5457…J Lahaie

1070…Jack Gilmer

5458…Jack Murta

3459…Jacki Sachrajda

5459…Jaclyn O'Brien

2119…Jacques Olivier

4198…Jaffer Majeed

2132…James Beaupre

2138…James Bunny Sauve

3629…James Campbell

2125…James Derosenroll

2131…James Harvey

2129…James Mcnamee

2130…James Price

6838…James Vannier

710…Jamie Bell

1125…Jamie Hurst

4205…Jamie Mccarthy

7499…Jan Riopelle

2146…Jana Veltheim

2150…Jane Anne Brown

1316…Jane Gibson

2147…Jane Hazel

2148…Jane Latham

5467…Jane Marie Obst

4207…Jane Morris

3531…Jane Rooney

6024…Jane Schofield

1344…Jane Spiteri

6839…Janelle Denton

3675…Janet Cooper

2154…Janet Curran

4981…Janet Hardcastle

4210…Janet Hart

3451…Janet Nuutilainen

542…Janet Perkins

6841…Janet Sol

4213…Janice Chan

6843…Janice Mccoy

2160…Janick Aquilina

113…Jared Broughton

2164…Jasmine Clancy

4224…Jason Adair

4219…Jason Arbuthnot

2167…Jason Baertschi

4221…Jason Bond

1110…Jason Chouinard

2173…Jason Downey

2179…Jason Gagnon

2174…Jason Haug

207…Jason Mah

2180…Jason Meahan

2171…Jason Moodie

2166…Jason Pantalone

6846…Jason Raymond

2168…Jason Riordon

3353…Jason Saunders

1113…Jason Stewart

781…Jason Verner

4222…Jason Walker

1391…Jaswant Singh

2181…Jay Lymer

1360…Jayme Pettit

2186…Jean Bouffard

2187…Jean Lacroix

2185…Jean Lapointe

4228…Jean Mcdonell

4229…Jean Wright

2189…Jean-Christophe Bund

2197…Jean-Francois Brideau

6851…Jean-Guy Perron

4234…Jean-Marc Gionet

2201…Jeanne Millons

4235…Jeanne Percival

389…Jeanne Robitaille

1159…Jeannie Daly

2202…Jeannine Bailliu

80…Jean-Philippe Dion

1249…Jean-Pierre Ch Nier

4236…Jean-Pierre Cote

2206…Jean-Pierre Morin

8019…Jean-Pierre Simard

3534…Jeff Bardell

2217…Jeff Frobel

5480…Jeff Hawn

5481…Jeff Hunt

214…Jeff Mccue

2208…Jeff Moore

6855…Jeff Ross

213…Jeff Smart

4238…Jeff Smart

4241…Jeff Stoss

217…Jeffery Vanderploeg

4243…Jeffrey English

4244…Jeffrey Lafontaine

2218…Jeffrey Macdonald

218…Jeffrey Smith

818…Jenna Blois

5484…Jenna Jessup

6856…Jenna Lacharity

606…Jenna Ladd

2231…Jennifer Adams

4258…Jennifer Balao

3712…Jennifer Balcom

6859…Jennifer Bergeron

711…Jennifer Beyak

2220…Jennifer Biondi

4964…Jennifer Blattman

1076…Jennifer Brenning

6001…Jennifer Bucknall

2222…Jennifer Clinton

4264…Jennifer Degouffe

6861…Jennifer Dumoulin

3616…Jennifer Fergusson

6862…Jennifer Harnden

2223…Jennifer Hartley

5046…Jennifer Hood

3718…Jennifer Leblanc

5493…Jennifer Lim

4265…Jennifer Mccabe

4263…Jennifer Moher

1349…Jennifer Moores

2228…Jennifer Morris

2229…Jennifer Morrison

6863…Jennifer Morse

4253…Jennifer Murphy

3539…Jennifer Nutt

4260…Jennifer Paul

2226…Jennifer Payne

5103…Jennifer Shortall

5485…Jennifer Stadler

2225…Jennifer Taillefer

6868…Jennifer Tighe

4262…Jennifer Tindale

4256…Jennifer Wenzel

16294…Jenny Koumoutsidis

4268…Jenny Lewis

219…Jeremy Irving

6872…Jeremy Kerr

2236…Jeremy Mansfield

2237…Jeremy Mcgee

5497…Jess Keller

4271…Jesse Blondin

4272…Jesse Craig

3559…Jessica Brown

2244…Jessica Devries

2250…Jessica Eamer

1252…Jessica Kight

5498…Jessica Lanouette

2243…Jessica Moss

2249…Jessica O'gorman

4275…Jessica Pancoe

6874…Jessica Roche

4273…Jessica Wilson

690…Jesula Drouillard

4278…Jez Fletcher

6877…Jf Fauteux

6878…Jian Wu

1026…Jill Ainsworth

5500…Jill Frook

4280…Jill Perry

4282…Jill Pomeroy

220…Jill Stapleton

4281…Jill Thompson

2253…Jill Turner

828…Jillian Osborne

120…Jim Carter

4287…Jim Hogan

2254…Jim Lothrop

6267…Jim Mcinnes

4285…Jim Steel

7643…Jimmy Cox

4304…Jo Lle Sabourin

4292…Joan Bard Miller

7380…Joan Carpini

5505…Joan Kam Cheong

6269…Joan Norgren

1181…Joan Tourangeau

6043…Jo-Ann Brault

6887…Joann Garbig

831…Jo-Anne Belliveau

6890…Joanne Bradley

5510…Jo-Anne Guimond

6271…Joanne Johnson

4298…Joanne Merrett

1155…Joanne Ritchie

2257…Joanne Schmid

3555…Jocelyn Kearney

71…Jodi Wendland

6895…Jodi Wilson

6896…Jody Bergen

2261…Jody Delwo

1132…Joe Gunn

2262…Joe Paraskevas

6898…Joel Allaert

2264…Joel Edwards

2265…Joel Elliott

2270…Joel Le Floch

6273…Joel Neuheimer

6900…Joel Pennycook

2267…Joel Weaver

668…Joel Westheimer

98…Joey Rogowy

6902…Johanne Dery

898…John Beaudoin

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3657…John Brady

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2276…John Hamilton

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6905…John Rajman

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5520…John Sowiak

5518…John Swift

4312…John Sylvestre

222…John Timmermans

618…Johnathan Macdonald

3364…Jolene Savoie

4915…Jon Mcdougall

316…Jon Neill

2305…Jonathan Carreiro

2299…Jonathan Cox

4321…Jonathan Dawe

862…Jonathan Godin

226…Jonathan Moher

2298…Jonathan Murphy

4319…Jonathan Noynay

5024…Joni Ogawa

4325…Jonny Sullivan

2306…Jon-Rhys Evenchick

2307…Jordan Freed

6907…Jordan Mcleod

5524…Jordan Menzies

5527…Josee Boudreault

7510…Josee Bradley

628…Josee Picard

810…Josee Surprenant

2313…Joseph Kozar

2315…Joseph Smith

567…Josette Day

5964…Josh Larocque

6283…Josh Pringle

4330…Joshua Burrill

16271…Joshua Karanja

7511…Josip Basar

4332…Joy Halverson

2323…Joy Kim

390…Judah Leung

4937…Judy Patterson

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607…Julia Barss

2327…Julia Bernier

2330…Julia Bunny Fournier

6288…Julia Gardiner

5047…Juliann Castell

1198…Julie Burke

4341…Julie Croteau

2335…Julie Dale

3609…Julie Gourlay

5544…Julie Greenspoon

4344…Julie Laflamme

7392…Julie Lafleche

6923…Julie Laplante

3418…Julie Lefebvre

2331…Julie Murdock

2336…Julie Pickering

2333…Julie Rollwagen

1336…Julien Beauchamp

4346…Julien Bourgeois

7514…June Fawaz

602…Justin Ferns

964…Justin Laroche

6930…Kaari Hukkala

5548…Kaelen Bray

5549…Kaila Mctavish

4982…Kailena Van De Nes

2341…Kailey Mclachlan

5550…Kait Reeves

534…Kaitlin O'reilly

4348…Kammal Tannis

2345…Kara Meldrum

2344…Kara Mitchell

227…Karen Atkinson

5556…Karen Berrigan

6932…Karen Foss

2350…Karen Jardine

3697…Karen Jeffery

5558…Karen Ling

4945…Karen Marshall

5557…Karen Meades

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807…Karen Sauve

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5562…Karl St-Hilaire

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700…Kate Borowec

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5069…Kate Dickson

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2357…Kate Spellen

1303…Kate Swetnam

6058…Kate Thompson

4366…Katharine Chamberlain

822…Katharine Mullock

2360…Katherine Halhed

2361…Katherine Heath-Eves

6946…Katherine Liston

6947…Katherine Macdonald

5567…Katherine Venance

2366…Kathleen Beamish

2365…Kathleen Bright

2368…Kathleen Carter

2369…Kathleen Denny

2370…Kathleen Foran

2363…Kathleen Hart

5570…Kathleen Heap

7645…Kathleen Holloway Jun

5569…Kathleen Satterthwaite

6950…Kathlene Allen

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6951…Kathryn Burbridge

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6958…Katie Tottenham

1194…Katrina Isacsson

3529…Katy Harrison

3297…Kaveh Rikhtegar

6301…Kayla Gregg

6302…Kayt Render

91…Kazutoshi Nishizawa

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6960…Keiko Umemoto

5574…Keith Burnage

6963…Keith Mulligan

2376…Keith Pomakis

1291…Keith Savage

2380…Kel Doig

4379…Kelley Blanchette

6966…Kelly Boyko

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4386…Kelly Tchorewski

4382…Kelly Watters

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5581…Kelsey Clark

6308…Kelvin Chan

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229…Ken Grant

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6309…Kendall Miller

5584…Kenneth Buajitti

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911…Kevin Dulude

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2410…Kevin Mercer

575…Kevin O'brien

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118…Kevin Wickens

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6982…Khorithy Ou

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2414…Kien Ly

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5589…Kim Leach

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5164…Kimberly Rennie

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2425…Krishna Sharma

2429…Krista Campbell

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684…Krista Macdonald

2433…Kristen Beausoleil

4415…Kristen Cairncross

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95…Kristin Le Saux-Farmer

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6320…Laura May

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5610…Laureen Robinson-Skilliter

2447…Lauren Eyre

3719…Lauren Gamble

5433…Lauren Gouchie

6324…Lauren Kappius

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7011…Laurent Dutrisac

608…Laurent Potiez

1158…Laurent Roy

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859…Laurie Cairns

7…Laurie Gorman

2448…Laurie Hardage

4431…Laurie Macleod-Kyd

5611…Laurie Maybury

5612…Laurie Maynard

2449…Laurie Meaney-Tobin

4429…Laurie Shusterman

589…Lawrence Wong

7013…Leah Andrews

717…Leah Carson

5615…Leah Syrie

5971…Lee Mccambley

5616…Lee Trainer

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745…Leigh Howe

7016…Leigh Perreault

344…Leila Ahad

738…Lena Maione

5169…Lenore Macartney

7019…Leo Kadota

2455…Leo Murphy

4437…Leon Sutherland

484…Leona Crabb

1218…Les Woolsey

5618…Lesley Grignon

3360…Lesley Mackay

2456…Leslie Anne Bailliu

4440…Leslie Ashton

7022…Leslie Dauncey

766…Leslie Robertson

994…Lester Mundt

4441…Lexy Scott

3296…Leyla Di Cori

7024…Lia Pirili

2457…Liam Cleary

1346…Liam Kennedy

954…Lidnina Rodriguez

2458…Liisa Vexler

6068…Lillian Serrouya Thibault

4442…Lily Lemay

6501…Lina Seto

5620…Linda Descarie

1169…Linda Doyle

4450…Linda Ferguson

4446…Linda Hamelin

2460…Linda Lewis

7524…Linda Yusak

1332…Lindsay Grace

6332…Lindsay Gracey

5622…Lindsay Harrison

2464…Lindsay Walker

848…Lindsey Gresham

7526…Line Gosselin

2467…Line Robitaille

3303…Linsey Hollett

72…Lisa Balerna

6334…Lisa Bambrick

7030…Lisa Butler

4456…Lisa Dalla Rosa

7031…Lisa Duffett

795…Lisa Gibson

5625…Lisa Gorman

3547…Lisa Grison

3396…Lisa Hansen

7035…Lisa Julian

4457…Lisa Kawaguchi

4453…Lisa Murphy

2470…Lisa Phelan

5629…Lisa Pougnet

4452…Lisa Setlakwe

2474…Lisa-Marie Inman

7037…Lise Arseneau

3581…Lise Perrier

4459…Lissa Seymour

630…Lori Camilucci

5634…Lori Peckham

5633…Lori Swift

7528…Lorna Duguay

2481…Lorne Murdock

507…Lorne Schmidt

7045…Lorraine England

7530…Lou Descarie

2484…Louis Christophe Laurence

4465…Louis Jordon

232…Louis Tay

656…Louise Gresham

5976…Louise Morin

5640…Louise Rachlis

430…Luc Bentolila

638…Lucas Smith

3397…Luce Blouin

6344…Lucie Berthiaume

5643…Lucie Labelle

2488…Lucie Roberge

755…Lucie Villeneuve

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2489…Lucinda Jagger

7049…Lucy Macdonald

2494…Luvy Gonzalez

2495…Lydia Butler

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7533…Lynda Weaver

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2502…Lynette Martin

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3587…Lynn Marchildon

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5087…Lynn Nightingale

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2505…Lynne Smart

6346…Lyse Langevin

 

Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Driving Miss Daisy at Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia...

 

This evening was opening night for Driving Miss Daisy at the Theatre Royal in King Street, Sydney.

 

A timeless American play, which inspired the beloved Academy Award®- winning film, Driving Miss Daisy tells the affecting story of the decades-long relationship between an elderly Southern Jewish woman, Daisy Werthan, and her compassionate African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn. Their iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship has warmed the hearts of millions worldwide.

 

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Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

The stage will light up, with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Don't miss 2013's hottest ticket as two of the world's greatest living actors arrive in Australia to perform Alfred Uhry's timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy.

 

Limited season from 1 - 31 March

 

The Theatre Royal stage will light up with the extraordinary talents of the legendary five-time Tony Award® winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee ANGELA LANSBURY and two-time Tony Award® winner and Honorary Academy Award® recipient JAMES EARL JONES. Also starring four-time Tony Award® winner BOYD GAINES, David Esbjornson's acclaimed, smash-hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike on Broadway and the West End.

 

Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly Southern matriarch and her kind-hearted chauffeur, Hoke. As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either of them ever expected.

 

Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with an unmissable stellar cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show for 2013.

 

Reviews...

 

Stage Whispers - 10/02/13

“...a trilogy of perfection”

 

Aussie Theatre – 11/02/13

“...a once in a life-time opportunity to see two of the worlds’ greatest theatre legends on stage in Australia”

 

Theatre People – 11/02/13

“...nothing less than the most superb piece of acting”

“...timeless star quality, attentiveness, awe-inspiring craftsmanship” “...warm, honestly funny, sincere, composed, poised and utterly astounding”

 

The Australian – 11/02/13

“...every person in the theatre was on their feet, some with tears in their eyes”

 

Courier Mail – 12/02/13

“This production of Driving Miss Daisy is a theatrical masterpiece that those who are fortunate enough to see will never forget.” “A spine-tingling piece of theatre”

“They take what is already a warm, funny, engaging and compelling piece of theatre and turn it into something truly magnificent.”

  

Special Guests: The Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband Malcolm Turnbull (Angela Lansbury’s cousin) with Lucy Turnbull and their daughter Daisy; Bronwyn Bishop MP; ABC TV’s Margaret Pomeranz; Kerri-Anne Kennerley; Channel 7 newsreaders Chris Bath, Mark Ferguson and Anne Sanders; Channel 9 newsreader Deborah Knight; actors Tom Burlinson, Mitchell Butel, Gigi Edgley, David Harris, Amanda Harrison, Nancye Hayes, Erika Heynatz, Jay Laga'aia, Steve Le Marquand, Todd McKenney, Sharon Millerchip, Ben Mingay, Tara Morice, Amanda Muggleton, Lola Nixon, Peter Phelps and Ian Stenlake; choreographer Kelley Abbey; radio announcers Stuart Bocking, Tony Delroy, Rob Duckworth, Brendan “Jonesy” Jones, Dominic Knight, Simon Marnie and Jason Morrison; theatre producer James Thane; along with Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry, Broadway producer Adam Zotovich and Australian producer John Frost, amongst others.

 

Websites

 

Driving Miss Daisy - Daisy On Stage (Australia)

www.daisyonstage.com.au

 

Daisy On Broadway

www.daisyonbroadway.com

 

Theatre Royal

www.theatreroyal.net.au

 

Eva Rinaldi Photography

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Elf Fantasy Fair Haarzuilen 2012 saturday 21 april 2012

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elf Fantasy Fair.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elf Fantasy Fair editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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Elfia Haarzuilen 2014 saturday 19 april 2014

 

Every year in April since 2001, the substantial number of 25,000 people from all over Europe come to the largest Fantasy event on the European continent: the Elfia.

Two-third of the visitors have transformed into orcs, magicians, dragons, knights, vampires, elves, unicorns, gothic lolita, manga comic hero or a combination of these. Every year the costumes are getting more resourceful and more artistic. In the midst of the budding nature of the Castle park which belongs to the largest castle of the Netherlands – Kasteel de Haar fantasy lovers indulge themselves in all that is offered and coveted: medieval music, dancing, lectures, theatre plays, and parades.

 

Sinds 2001 komen elk jaar in april een groeiend aantal mensen uit heel Europa op de Elfia editie Haarzuilens naar het grootste fantasy evenement dat op het Europese continent georganiseerd wordt: de Elf Fantasy Fair.

Tweederde van deze bezoekers hebben zichzelf omgetoverd tot orc, tovenaar, draak, ridder, vampier, elf, eenhoorn, gothic lolita, manga stripheld of een combinatie daarvan. De kostuums worden elk jaar steeds vindingrijker en kunstzinniger. Temidden van de opbloeiende natuur van het kasteelpark, dat behoort tot het grootste kasteel van Nederland, Kasteel de Haar, dompelen de fantasy liefhebbers zich onder in een aangenaam bad van middeleeuwse muziek, dans, lezingen, theatervoorstellingen en optochten.

 

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