Andrew Heiskell
American journalist
Andrew Heiskell
Andrew Heiskell was chairman and CEO of Time Inc. (1960–1980), and also known for his philanthropy, including for the New York Public Library. He was President of the Inter American Press Association (1961–1962). He was born in Naples to American parents and spent his childhood abroad. In 1946, aged just 30, he was named publisher of Life; later, as CEO, he had to close it down (in 1972). In 1974 he created People, which rapidly became a great asset..
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Foreign to Familiar, Essence Intact - Wall Street Journal
Google News - over 5 years
I met with Mr. Kirchwey in his sunny and spacious office at the American Academy in Rome, where he is currently on leave from Bryn Mawr College and serving a three-year term as the Academy's Andrew Heiskell Arts Director. Mr. Kirchwey had the harder
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Time Warner Honors Employees' Outstanding Volunteer Achievements with 30th ... - Business Wire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Named for Andrew Heiskell, the late former Chairman and CEO of Time Inc., the awards were presented at a ceremony at the Time Warner Center in New York City. “Our employees have always displayed a passion for helping to enrich the lives of others as
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College of Lake County students depart on CLC's first field study trip to ... - TribLocal
Google News - almost 6 years
In February 2010, CLC won the Institute for International Education's Andrew Heiskell Award for best study abroad program at a community college. During fall semester 2010, 120 students from 43 countries enrolled at CLC. For more information, contact
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La Universidad de Cantabria colaborará con Harvard, Stanford y Princeton - Universia.es
Google News - almost 6 years
El acto comenzó con la entrega del Premio Andrew Heiskell a la Innovación Educativa al promotor y director del Programa Cornell, Íñigo Losada, otorgado por el Institute for International Education. El galardón fue entregado por el rector,
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Gobierno y Universidad ligan el conocimiento al desarrollo de Cantabria - ABC.es
Google News - almost 6 years
En el acto, Gutiérrez-Solana y Agudo han entregado, en nombre del Institute of International Education de Nueva York, el premio Andrew Heiskell, concedido por esta institución, al Programa Cornell, que ha recogido el responsable de este proyecto,
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CITY ROOM; Amid the Roar Of the M7 Bus, A Little Mozart
NYTimes - over 6 years
On a narrow 0.051-acre patch of Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon, Maury Tannenbaum leaned back in his chair. The brakes on the M11 bus to his left squealed. Cabbies honked to his right. Construction vehicles rumbled by. But Mr. Tannenbaum, 73, is a retired surgeon who grew up in the Bronx, which is another way of saying he has learned a thing or
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Lending Their Voices, and a New York Accent, to Audio Books for the Blind
NYTimes - almost 7 years
In one room, Meade Esposito, the Democratic boss from Brooklyn, was tightening his grip on the Brooklyn waterfront. Next door, John V. Lindsay, a former mayor of New York, was struggling with the teachers' strike of 1968. And in the third room, an idealistic young woman from the Midwest was trying to teach poetry at Rikers Island. It was just
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NYTimes - over 9 years
Shutting It Off, Already Q. I hate it when car alarms stay on for what seems like all night. Can't the police do something about it? A. Yes, they can, but your first step should be to call 311. Under the city's noise code, a car alarm is not allowed to sound for more than three minutes. After that, the owner is violating the law. According to a
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As Prices Rise, Housing Groups Face the Need To Alter Tactics
NYTimes - about 10 years
Much of the rebirth of New York City neighborhoods in recent years can be traced to a force that many New Yorkers barely know exists: a sprawling network of community-development corporations and other homegrown nonprofit groups, which developed some 100,000 moderately priced apartments out of the ashes and abandonment of places like the South
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Paid Notice: Deaths STANTON, FRANK
NYTimes - about 10 years
STANTON--Frank. The City University Graduate Center community is deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Frank Stanton, who served as a member of our Board of Visitors and was a founding member of our Frank Stanton/Andrew Heiskell Center for Public Policy in Telecommunications and Information Systems. We will always be grateful for his wise counsel
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About New York; Two Lives, And Two Kinds Of Vision
NYTimes - almost 11 years
IN Chelsea, on West 20th Street, in the Andrew Heiskell Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, on the second floor, bolted to a pillar, a small plaque. It reads, ''The Irving and Sara Selis Reading Room.'' People's names adorn nearly every inanimate object in this city, from pristine hospital wings to weather-beaten park benches. Some
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Paid Notice: Deaths VAN DYKE, WILLIAM D
NYTimes - almost 11 years
VAN DYKE--William D, 85, died February 23. He is survived by his devoted wife, Lee Van Dyke. Bill was a Captain US Army, WWII awarded the Purple Heart and Silver Star. He will be deeply missed and forever loved. He leaves a brother, Robert Van Dyke and sister, Camilla Thomas. Memorial service will be held Monday February 27, 2PM, at St. Peter's
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Paid Notice: Deaths VAN DYKE, WILLIAM D
NYTimes - almost 11 years
VAN DYKE--William D, 85, died February 23. He is survived by his devoted wife, Lee Van Dyke. Bill was a Captain US Army, WWII awarded the Purple Heart and Silver Star. He will be deeply missed and forever loved. He leaves a brother, Robert Van Dyke and sister, Camilla Thomas. Memorial service will be held Monday February 27, 2PM, at St. Peter's
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NYTimes - over 11 years
Eating Across Chinatown A Chinatown festival, with food from more than 50 restaurants, will be held Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. Tasting plates will be $1 or $2 each. A list of participating restaurants is available at a tourist information kiosk at Canal and Centre Streets or at explorechinatown.com. Agriculture in Red Hook Produce cultivated by
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NYTimes - almost 12 years
A Heightened Sense of Taste ''Vision of Palate,'' a workshop that lets blind people sample and define different tastes, will be held by Vikas Khanna, an Indian chef, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, 40 West 20th Street. Families and friends are welcome. Reservations are not required. Hmm's Over
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2003
    Age 88
    Died in 2003.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1974
    Age 59
    In 1974 he created People, which rapidly became a great asset.
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  • 1965
    Age 50
    He was married three times. His second wife was the Hollywood actress Madeleine Carroll. His third wife, whom he married in 1965, was Marian Sulzberger Dryfoos, the widow of New York Times publisher Orvil Dryfoos.
    More Details Hide Details The Institute of International Education's Andrew Heiskell Award is named for him. Heiskell donated funds to pay for the Arts Director position at the American Academy in Rome which is currently being served by American poet Karl Kirchwey.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1946
    Age 31
    In 1946, aged just 30, he was named publisher of Life; later, as CEO, he had to close it down (in 1972).
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1915
    Age 0
    Born in 1915.
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