Brenda Cooper
American writer
Brenda Cooper
Brenda Cooper is an author who resides in Kirkland, Washington, where she is the Chief Information Officer of the city of Kirkland. She has co-written various short stories with Larry Niven and has written four novels.
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Fashion's Night Out: Sexy Shoes, Swag, and Mayor Johnson - The Sacramento Press
Google News - over 5 years
Brenda Cooper announcing the night's theme. (Image by: Steven Chea ) For the 38 inspiring real-life role models on stage, how looking good, leads to feeling good, and being motivated is the common thread. Backstage, preparations were underway for the
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Tell us the story of your life: MEN launches new writing competition - Manchester Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
As the Manchester Evening News launches a new writing competition, David Henry talks to one of the judges, Professor Brenda Cooper, about how it's possible to turn one person's real life experience into something everyone will want to read about
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Local books: Eco-fads, Mayan end times, pretty hearses and Apolo Ohno - The Seattle Times
Google News - over 5 years
New in local books: the rise of eco-fads, Brenda Cooper's novel of the Mayan end times, a new bed-and-breakfast mystery by Mary Daheim and a look at how dyslexia may create opportunities as well as problems. Plus Apolo Ohno's memoir, new in paperback
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Strip Scribbles: Obama's wax figure gets spruced up for his 50th birthday - Las Vegas Weekly (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
And the Fifth Annual Women of Color Conference continues at Mandalay Bay with image expert Brenda Cooper, Las Vegas' own Elizabeth Gallagher, author Pat Landaker, motivational speaker Mary McEllhattan, Shade Tree Shelter board member Tina Phyfer and
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FILM REVIEW; Chris Rock In the Afternoon
NYTimes - almost 10 years
In ''I Think I Love My Wife'' Chris Rock, who also directed and wrote the script (with his frequent collaborator Louis C. K.), plays Richard Cooper, an investment banker whose life is as bland as his name. Richard, in his voice-over narration, is the first to admit that his situation is enviable in many ways: He has a lovely wife named Brenda (Gina
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COUNTERINTELLIGENCE; Hitching a Vintage Ride to the Past
NYTimes - over 16 years
THERE are two kinds of car people,'' Jan Voboril told me as we climbed into his 1916 Lancia convertible. ''One likes to polish them, one likes to drive them. I think it's much more fun to drive. Wouldn't you rather cook than do the dishes?'' Sure. But even the dishes sounded more appealing than the prospect of driving over the George Washington
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SIGNOFF; Fashion Makeovers for the Truly Desperate
NYTimes - about 18 years
Makeovers are wasted on starlets and supermodels. Proof positive is offered six days a week on the E! channel's show ''Fashion Emergency,'' in which lavish beauty treatments are given to ordinary folks facing extraordinary fashion crises. Subjects have included a former nun assembling a flashy post-convent wardrobe, a professional wrestler looking
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All Fashion, Almost All the Time
NYTimes - almost 19 years
FARRAH SUMMERFORD, fashion's latest Venus, was waxing chatty on a question that has long perplexed civilians: Why do models insist on stalking the runways wearing stormy scowls? The subject of a recent mini-profile on E! Entertainment Television, Ms. Summerford gazed at the camera and let viewers in on the secret. Those vinegary expressions, she
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Public Eye; Sport Utility Toasting
NYTimes - almost 19 years
RUGGED, retro, British and expensive, the Dualit professional toaster has a bulldog look. Essentially unchanged for a half century, the Dualit ($359 for the four-slot model, $269 for two slots) resembles a Land Rover -- the original 1948 Land Rover, the one on which Joy Adamson's lions draped themselves. There's the same combination of curves and
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Town Is Upended by Tornadoes Twice in Eight Years
NYTimes - over 19 years
Emil Danek leaned against a soda fountain at the local truck stop here today, under a sign that said ''Tornado Destroys Doc's One-Stop May 17, 1989. Reopened Oct. 23, 1989.'' ''If the Good Lord wants you, he's going to get you,'' Mr. Danek said, reflecting on Tuesday's tornado, the second in eight years to rip through this small town in central
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TYPISTS COMPETE IN KEYBOARD SPEED
NYTimes - almost 35 years
THERE wasn't a quick brown fox or a lazy dog in sight but there were several thousand frenzied fingers at the Halloran House on Tuesday as 300 secretaries and typists who work in the New York area competed in the regional type-off for the World's Fastest Typist Contest. This is the fifth year for the event, which is being co-sponsored by Staff
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