Carol Miller
Carol Miller
Carol Miller is an American author and sculptor. She has been a sculptress for over forty years, with some two hundred exhibits to her credit. She has been a writer all her life. Her career in professional journalism began at age fifteen.
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Hotline Wing: Answering The Call Of Distressed Thanksgivers Everywhere
NPR - about 1 year
Marge Klindera and Carol Miller have worked at a Thanksgiving call center for decades. That means answering thousands of panicked questions from questionable cooks — and people just seeking kindness.
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At the Library: Jan. 12
Blue Ridge Now - about 3 years
New books at the Henderson County Public Library: “Red 1-2-3,” John Katzenbach, “The Invisible Code: A Peculiar Crimes Unit Mystery,” Christopher Fowler “Rosemary and Crime,” Gail Oust “A Bride for Noah,” Lori Copeland “Recipe Box,” Sandra Lee “Murder and Moonshine: A Mystery,” Carol Miller “Murder as a Second Language: A Claire Malloy Mystery,” Joan Hess “Willow Springs,” Jan Watson “The Goldfinch,” Donna Tartt “Guilt Edged,” Judith Cutler “Southern Crossfire: A Novel of the Civil Rights Era,” Don Weathington “The Case Officer,” F. W. Rustmann Jr. “Murder on the Orient Espresso,” Sandra Balzo “The Midas Murders: An Inspector Van in Novel,” Pieter Aspe “The Husband’s Secret,” Liane Moriarty “Stranger in the Room,” Amanda Kyle Williams “Heart of the Country,” Rene Gutteridge and John Ward “Dangerous Women,” R.R. George Martin and Gardner Dozois “Buying in,” Laura Hemphill “Forsaken,” James David Jordan “Torrent Falls,” Jan Watson “The Hen W ...
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'The Millers': Carol Says We Should Be More Polite When Typing In Search Engines
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
The older generations learning how to use more modern technology has long been a target for comedy on television. This week, the 1980s set "The Goldbergs" had a lot of fun with dad Murray's inability to operate the TV's remote control. On "The Millers," it was about teaching Margo Martindale's Carol how to search for something online. Using Bing, Nathan explained that all she had to do was type in what she needed in the box. And so she started typing. "Hi, Bing. My name is Carol Miller. I'm recently single and living with my son, who is also recently divorced." He tried to explain that she only needed to use keywords, but Carol wasn't having it. "There's nothing wrong with being polite," she told him. And then, she typed in an apology to Bing for her rude son. Later in the episode, when Carol was explaining Bing to her husband, she explained that you type in your question and the people at Bing get together and talk about it before coming back with an answer. At least that ...
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May issue of the Philadelphia Jewish Voice
The Philadelphia Jewish Voice - almost 4 years
  As the smoke of the Lag B'Omer campfires clears, the Philadelphia Jewish Voice brings you the latest news from our community and beyond. This week you can read about the Philadelphia Jewish Music Festival, the "How Kosher is Kosher?" symposium, the five Philadelphians on the U.S. Maccabiah futasl team, and the 19-year-old singer who's becoming a local star. The Colbert Report: Getting to know Rep. Matt Cartwright (PA-17). Richard Falk: UN Human Rights official attempts to justify Boston bombers. Sanford v. Busch-Colbert: Former governor should reject Ron Paul's endorsement. No Apologies: Being a Republican means never having to say you're sorry. Inspiring Others to Act: The power of storytelling. May 1-9: Phila. Jewish Music Festival beginning with Jewish Blues with Saul Kaye and Carol Miller's Story. May 2: Gallery Opening: Contemporary Sephardic artists. May 5: JSPAN Annual Meeting with guest speaker Former Congressman Barney Frank. Farew ...
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Michael Sigman: Carol Miller On 40 Years In Rock And Her Cancer Battle: 'Face The Truth With A Sense Of Humor'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"I thought Steven Tyler was dead." That opening line from veteran New York DJ Carol Miller's new memoir "Up All Night, My Life and Times in Rock Radio" suggests yet another saga of sex, drugs and rock & roll in the music business. But Miller's encounter with Tyler, in which she sleeps near but not with him, foreshadows a far more compelling story: a story of thriving for 40 years in an industry with a half-life that's often measured in months, a story of a woman's heroic struggle with two kinds of cancer. For total-immersion rock & roll debauchery, you'll want "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?" Tyler's hilarious 2011 memoir, which overflows with the Aerosmith frontman's picaresque postcards from the edge. Don't get me wrong. There's plenty of excitement, musical and extra-musical, in "Up All Night." Miller's professional journey -- from early '70s progressive radio at Philadelphia's WMMR to AOR (Album Oriented Rock)/Classic Rock at NY's powerhouse WPLJ ...
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Two seek GOP bid in Iowa House District 30
Des Moines Register - over 4 years
Two people are vying for the Republican nod to seek the new District 30 seat in the Iowa House. Jim Carley is running against former House District 69 candidate Carol Miller to represent the eastern Polk County region.
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Ralph Nader, Rocky Anderson, and the Green Party: A Political Un-Love Story
Dissident Voice - almost 5 years
On Tuesday, April 10, Ralph Nader announced his support for the presidential candidacy of Rocky Anderson, former Democrat, former mayor of Salt Lake City, and standard bearer of the fledgling Justice Party. On that day Nader spoke at a press conference alongside Anderson in Portland, Oregon, where Anderson had just gained ballot status by receiving the nod from that state’s Progressive Party. Although Nader claims that his backing falls short of a formal endorsement, the Anderson campaign isn’t echoing that semantic hair splitting. After the joint appearance, Rocky Anderson’s Facebook page was updated as follows: “At a press conference in Portland, Oregon today, Ralph Nader officially endorsed Rocky Anderson! It’s been a great day so far, now with everyone’s help let’s raise 10k in just 1 day! We can do it!” Nader has earned equal measures of adulation (among some radicals) and scorn (among most Democrats) for his unsparing dissections of the hypocrisies and pretensions of liberals ...
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Holtkemper: Good will from the politics for cooperation
Albeu - almost 5 years
The ambassador of Germany in Tirana, Carola Muller-Holtkemper, stated today in Korça: "The two main political parties have shown good will for cooperation and understanding in drafting the election code." At a news conference in the city of Korça, Ho
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Sept. 11 Anniversary: A Look Back at the Story of San Francisco-Bound United ... - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Other Bay Area residents who died include Nicole Carol Miller, 21, of San Jose (read her family's beautiful memorial site here); Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas, 38, of San Rafael, who was pregnant; Alan Anthony Beaven, 48, of Oakland; Wanda Anita Green, 49,
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Tim Traeger: Joe Marsico, love him or hate him, was the real deal - Whittier Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Joe never married Carol Miller, but the couple was together for 32 years. She said Friday that although he's gone, he will never be forgotten. "Joe is good people. What's hard about death is you're not done talking about them yet
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Anniversary: Hostetter 50 Years - Kitsap Sun
Google News - over 5 years
... and Jeff and their wives. An extended tour of the California coast is planned. They made their first home in London, England, and have had a home in Bremerton for 45 years. The former Carol Miller is from Spokane and her husband from Hershey, Pa
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Volunteers needed to scare Mary Valley crows - ABC Online
Google News - over 5 years
Organiser Carol Miller says Mary Valley communities have suffered disruption and stress in the last few years due to changes in agriculture and the now-scrapped Traveston Crossing Dam, and this competition is a way to rekindle community spirit
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Flashing light to be turned on at Milton Middle School - Huntington Herald Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Carol Miller, R-Cabell, made phone calls to the state's Division of Highways and school officials this week to inquire about the lights, and she reported Thursday morning that the flashing lights should be ready to go. Miller also said she will
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Textbook rental bags provided for timeliness - Daily Eastern News
Google News - over 5 years
Carol Miller, the director of textbook rental, said she thinks using the provided bags can save a student time they would otherwise waste by bringing their own bags. "We don't want people to put (the books in) their own bookbags, then have to take them
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Closing a Rural PO Can Be a KO Punch - Daily Yonder
Google News - over 5 years
Carol Miller, whose New Mexico post office closed six years ago, tells residents to resist with all their might. By Carol Miller Enchantment/New Mexico REC A cartoon from New Mexico's Enchanted, published during a brutal round of rural post office
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carol Miller
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2004
    Age 71
    Her career in the arts, and particularly as a sculptress, won her the “Superior Academic Order” from the Accademio Internazionale Greci-Marino in Vinzaglio, Italy. In 2004 this order was raised to “Honorary National Councilor for Mexico” in recognition of her overall contribution to the arts, specifically in sculpture and letters.
    More Details Hide Details She is a member of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) where she has served as a perennial member of the Media Relations Committee; and is a research consultant at the Institute for Maya Studies in Mexico. She serves on the Advisory Board of Exploring Solutions Past (ESP): The Maya Forest Alliance, with the El Pilar Archaeological Reserve for Maya Flora and Fauna in Belize. A resident of Mexico for over fifty years, she lives with her husband, designer and art restorer Tomás González, in Mexico City. She has two children, Fausto and Dushka Zapata.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1933
    Age 0
    Born in 1933.
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