Sway - Dean Martin
Dean Martin, Dino para sus amigos, se han dicho muchas cosas. Como persona simpática y afable en los ambientes sociales y fiesteros pero, al tiempo, una pers...
The Gucci wife and the hitman: fashion's darkest tale
When Patrizia Reggiani married Maurizio Gucci, they became one of Italy’s first celebrity power couples. But then he left her – and she had him murdered. Abigail Haworth unpicks an incredible tale of ...
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Amazing Story: Jockey Dies Friday, Rides Saturday
In the category of stories that seem too bizarre to be true, the life and death (and again, life) of jockey Ralph Neves has to be near the top. Horse Collaborative shared the tale of Hall of Fame jock...
Greatest moments in Otago sport
The Otago Daily Times counts down the 150 greatest moments in Otago sport. No 103: Robertson helps win cross-country title (1975)
Dancing their way to freedom: 4 great Soviet ballet defectors
The dancers who left their friends, families – and wives – to flee the USSR. he 19th New York International Fringe Festival, held on August 14-30, will host the world premiere of “To Dance” – a musica...
How A ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Star Went From The Drug Scene To Hollywood
His big break nearly passed him by for lack of $1,500. Jason Mitchell was a struggling New Orleans actor with almost no experience when he submitted an audition tape to play rapper Eazy-E in “Straight...
The Gucci wife and the hitman: fashion's darkest tale
When Patrizia Reggiani married Maurizio Gucci, they became one of Italy’s first celebrity power couples. But then he left her – and she had him murdered. Abigail Haworth unpicks an incredible tale of ...
Toni Cade Bambara
Toni Cade Bambara, born Miltona Mirkin Cade (March 25, 1939 – December 9, 1995) was an African-American author, documentary film-maker, social activist and college professor.
Toni Cade Bambara was...
Albert Page
Albert Edward Page (18 March 1916 – 1995) was an English professional footballer who played for Leyton, Tottenham Hotspur, Colchester United and Chingford Town.
Page began his career at Leyton. In...
Amazing Story: Jockey Dies Friday, Rides Saturday
In the category of stories that seem too bizarre to be true, the life and death (and again, life) of jockey Ralph Neves has to be near the top. Horse Collaborative shared the tale of Hall of Fame jock...
Severn Darden
Severn Teakle Darden, Jr. (November 9, 1929 – May 27, 1995) was a comedian and actor, and an original member of The Second City Chicago-based comedy troupe as well as its predecessor, the Compas...
Peter Masniuk
Peter Paul Masniuk (February 17, 1920 in Morweena, Manitoba – October 21, 1995) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was a Progressive Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba ...
Harry Gwala
Themba Harry Gwala (1920 in New Hanover, KwaZulu-Natal - 20 June 1995) was a firebrand leader in the African National Congress (ANC) and South African Communist Party in South Africa. He was imprison...
Greatest moments in Otago sport
The Otago Daily Times counts down the 150 greatest moments in Otago sport. No 103: Robertson helps win cross-country title (1975)
Davie Cooper
David "Davie" Cooper (25 February 1956 – 23 March 1995) was a professional football player.He played for Clydebank (two spells), Rangers and Motherwell. He also played for the Scotland national team.H...
Davie Cooper - Wikipedia
Dancing their way to freedom: 4 great Soviet ballet defectors
The dancers who left their friends, families – and wives – to flee the USSR. he 19th New York International Fringe Festival, held on August 14-30, will host the world premiere of “To Dance” – a musica...
How A ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Star Went From The Drug Scene To Hollywood
His big break nearly passed him by for lack of $1,500. Jason Mitchell was a struggling New Orleans actor with almost no experience when he submitted an audition tape to play rapper Eazy-E in “Straight...
Peter Havard-Williams
Peter Havard-Williams (11 July 1922 – 16 August 1995) was a Welsh librarian and library educator. In the mid 1980s, he served as Chief Librarian to the Council of Europe.
Havard-Williams received...
Jean-Louis Morin (dancer)
Jean-Louis Morin (1953 – 24 May 1995) was a Canadian choreographer and the principal dancer for the Martha Graham Dance Company.Born in Val-David, Quebec, he made his debut with the Groupe de la Place...
Adriano Mantelli
Adriano Mantelli (13 February 1913 – 6 May 1995) was an Italian aircraft designer who designed the Alaparma Baldo.
In 1929 Mantelli competed in flying competitions with aircraft that were self des...
Rene Anselmo
Reynold "Rene" Anselmo (January 14, 1926 – September 9, 1995) was a Boston native and World War II Marine Corps veteran. Anselmo moved to Mexico after the war, but later returned to ...
Vittal Rai
Vittal Rai. Palthad Dr., Ph. D (Botany), M.Sc (Botany), M.Sc (Microbiology), B.Sc Ag.; (25 October 1935 – 19 December 1995) was a scientist, professor and administrator. He was the fourth Vice-Chancel...
Remi Fani-Kayode
Victor Babaremilekun Adetokunboh Fani-Kayode (nicknamed "Fani-Power"), Q.C., SAN, CON (1921–1995) was a leading Nigerian politician, aristocrat, nationalist, statesman and lawyer. He was elected Deput...
Remi Fani-Kayode - Wikipedia
Sinedu Tadesse
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Sinedu Tadesse - Wikipedia
Thomas Stanley Westoll
Thomas Stanley Westoll, FRS FRSE, FGS (3 Jul 1912 – 19 Sep 1995) was the long-time head of the Department of Geology at Newcastle University.
He was born in West Hartlepool and educated at the loc...
Harvey Ward
Harvey Grenville Ward (1927 — 1995) was Director-General of the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation, noted for his anti-communism and for his support for Ian Smith's government in Rhodesia and South Af...