Hugh Lambert
Hugh Lambert
Hugh Lambert was an Irish journalist. He began his career with the Evening Press and Sunday Press in 1962 as sub-editor. From 1971 to 1980, he was a film critic for the Sunday Press, when he became production editor of the paper. He was appointed editor of The Irish Press in 1987. The paper ceased publication on 25 May 1995. Until his death, after a short illness, he worked with The Irish Times in charge of production on special reports.
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Remember the Removal Riders arrive in Tahlequah - The Cherokee One Feather
Google News - over 5 years
EBCI tribal member Hugh Lambert flashes a big grin following the completion of the ride. As the riders entered the square, shouts of joy filled the air. They circled the block for a victory lap and entered the Cherokee Nation Courthouse square
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'Remember the Removal' riders reach Missouri - Cherokee Phoenix (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
The other EBCI riders are Hugh Lambert, of Big Y, NC, 55; Tara McCoy, of Birdtown, 40; and Blaine Parker, of the Yellowhill Community. People can check in on the riders and read their blogs about the trip at www.remembertheremoval.org
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Remember the Removal Riders leave New Echota - The Cherokee One Feather
Google News - over 5 years
Jack Teesateskie, Hugh Lambert, Casey Cooper, Tara McCoy, Sheena Kannott, and Blaine Parker ride for the Eastern Band. They have been in training since February preparing for this event. Riders form a circle to pray before embarking on their journey on
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Remember the Removal riders leave June 3 - Cherokee Phoenix (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
The five EBCI riders are Casey Cooper of Birdtown, NC, age unknown; Hugh Lambert of Big Y, NC, 55; Tara McCoy of Birdtown, NC, 40; Blaine Parker of Yellowhill, NC, 16; and Sheena Kanott of Yellowhill, NC, 22 and Jack Teesatakie, NC The ride originated
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Kick-off Celebration Planned for “Remember the Removal” Bike Ride - The Cherokee One Feather
Google News - over 5 years
Six members of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation (Casey Cooper, Hugh Lambert, Blain Parker, Sheena Kanott, Jack Teesateskie and Tara McCoy) will ride with a group of Cherokee Nation members on a challenging bike ride that will retrace the
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Cherokees announce Remember the Removal rider selections - Muskogee Daily Phoenix
Google News - over 5 years
Riders representing the EBCI: Casey Cooper, Birdtown, NC, age unknown; Hugh Lambert, Big Y, NC, 55; Tara McCoy, Birdtown, NC, 40; Blaine Parker, Yellowhill, NC, 16; Sheena Kanott, Yellowhill, NC, 22
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Cherokee Nation announces Remember the Removal rider selections - Asheville Citizen-Times
Google News - over 5 years
Cherokee Nation is supplying each rider with a bike, riding gear, meals, transportation and lodging during the event. Casey Cooper of Birdtown, Hugh Lambert of Big Y, Tara McCoy of Birdtown, Blaine Parker of Yellowhill, and Sheena Kanott of Yellowhill
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DANCE; Tharp Is Back Where the Air Is Rarefied
NYTimes - almost 7 years
TWYLA THARP opened the door of her Upper West Side penthouse on a snowy morning wearing an emerald-colored sweatshirt, its hood pulled firmly over her silver hair. Ms. Tharp's no-nonsense way of looking out at the world becomes less intimidating the better you know her. On this particular morning, with her enormous eyes magnified and peering
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There's a Sinatra in Town Again
NYTimes - over 12 years
HER grandfather moved out of Hoboken in 1939. But Angela Jennifer Azzarto, the 30-year-old daughter of Nancy Sinatra and the choreographer Hugh Lambert and the granddaughter of Frank Sinatra, has moved in. She married a Hoboken musician who plays in Skanatra, the ska band that plays songs Frank Sinatra sang. She looks after Sinatra family interests
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An Early Birthday Party for a 'Guys and Dolls' Guy
NYTimes - over 16 years
The producer Cy Feuer comes rambling out of a back room of his Park Avenue apartment with a phony grimace on his face and a resolution in mind. ''I don't want to tell the same old stories all over again,'' he says, sounding every bit the Brooklyn-bred wise guy he is, ''because nobody wants to hear them anymore.'' Then, a moment later, his resolve
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These Boots Apparently Think They're the Energizer Bunny
NYTimes - almost 22 years
BEFORE Helen Reddy taught women to roar, before Gloria Gaynor urged them to survive and way before Cyndi Lauper pointed out, quite sensibly, what girls just want to have, there was Nancy Sinatra and her boots. Yes, those boots. The ones that, one of these days, are gonna walk all over you. And now those boots are walking again. Stomping, even. On
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