Jennifer Brown
Swedish singer
Jennifer Brown
Jennifer Brown is a Swedish singer. She was born in Hjällbo, northeast of Gothenburg, Sweden. She has recorded four albums and one EP.
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21 Unexpected Things Kids Are Thankful For That Will Make You Laugh
Huffington Post - 3 months
It’s always wonderful to hear what your kids are thankful for around the holidays ― especially if it’s something hilariously random, like a new dishwasher, ceiling fans, or a brother who isn’t a monster. We asked the HuffPost Parents community to share the funniest things their kids have said they’re thankful for, and they did not disappoint. Here’s to many more epic answers around the Thanksgiving table this year. 1. “Ceiling fans.” ― Erin Herman Ecker 2. Hot Wheels 3. ”’Corn. Because you can see it in your poop.’ ― said by my 3-year-old son as his prayer at Thanksgiving dinner.” ― Patricia Galante Webber 4. “My 4-year-old daughter told me that she’s thankful that her brother isn’t a monster because if he was, he would eat her.” ― Allison Sexton 5. Gas  6. “My daughter made a ‘thankful tree’ when she was in preschool, maybe 3 years old. Each leaf listed an item she was thankful for. The items were, ‘my brother & sister, my new scissors, my Belle movie &amp ...
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Kenyan gets life for murder of US teacher in Qatar
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
A Kenyan security guard was sentenced to life in prison by a Qatari court on Tuesday for the murder of American teacher Jennifer Brown in 2012. Alvine Moseti Anyona is expected to serve up to 20 years -- a typical period for those sentenced to life in the Gulf state -- and will then be immediately deported. She had only arrived in energy-rich Qatar two months earlier to teach at the English Modern School in the city of Al-Wakrah.
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Another Respected Journalist Leaves <i>The Denver Post</i>
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Reporter Michael Booth left The Denver Post this month after a 24-year run at the newspaper, starting in 1989 as a maternity fill-in for reporter Ann Schrader. He did many things there, covering the Senate race in 2010, the 2008 Democratic Convention, Denver City Hall, films, and much more. Most recently, he was on the health care beat. His departure is more bad news for Colorado journalism. Booth wrote The Denver Post Guide to Family Films, and he'll be signing his new book, written with Jennifer Brown and titled Eating Dangerously: Why the Government Can't Keep Your Food Safe . . . and How You Can, at theTattered Cover East Colfax, 7:30 p.m. March 14. Booth answered a few questions via e-mail today: Why are you leaving journalism? I'm shifting from one form of journalism to a form of advocacy journalism. I'll be writing, editing and consulting for The Colorado Health Foundation, as we develop better methods to provide interesting and useful information to policymakers and deci ...
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Bedford theater company tackles Gypsy Rose Lee musical
Roanoke.com - over 3 years
From my Inbox to you, from the Little Town Players:  While the title “Gypsy” suggest that this musical is about the famous stripper Gypsy Rose Lee, it is really about her hard-driven, determined stage mother, Mama Rose (Melissa Kennedy). In the beginning, Rose concentrates on her talented younger daughter, June (Skye Grant), leaving older, less talented Louise (Hannah Steele) in the cold. When older June (Jennifer Brown) tires of being cute and runs away, Rose turns to Louise instead. Louise eventually becomes “Gypsy” (Rachel Blomquist) and Rose is left by herself, her aspirations for her kids realized, but her own show-business dreams still unrealized. Additional cast members include Sarah Carter, Jeannette Ogilvie and Taylor Sumler as the over the hill strippers who show Louise the ropes. (Aaron Sifford) Herbie, (Dylan Toms) Tulsa, with Julie Austin-Witcher, Natalie Bowie, Matt Bowyer, Chris Capone, Anthony Garbarini, Darryl Garrison, Gilbrith Gogel, Gabby Jamerson, Joshua Krabill, ...
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Matthew Dowd: Tiger Woods Effect: Intimidation Only Works If We Let It
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
When approaching competitive situations in life whether sports or politics, is it more about the play of the star or is it more about the underperformance of other competitors? After watching the spectacular finish of the British Open and Phil Mickelson's amazing final day and Tiger Woods' disappointing round, it is a timely question. Jennifer Brown, a noted professor and economist, wrote a few years ago on what she calls the "Tiger Woods Effect." While writing prior to Woods' personal scandal in 2009, she shows evidence that much of how Woods won was through intimidation and other great players performing worse around him in tournaments. Her thesis was that his dominating presence actually made other golfers play worse and under perform. And it is interesting to note that in Majors Tiger never came from behind after 54 holes to beat folks; he merely made other players wilt or make mistakes around him. Tiger Woods who seemed on an inexorable path to break Jack Nicklau ...
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Sheriff's Arrests: Robbery, Assault, Welfare Fraud
Campbell Patch - over 4 years
Under the Influence/Possession David Tovar, 38, of Gilroy, July 25, 8:45 p.m., at Travel Park Circle and Monterey Street in Gilroy, for misdemeanor using/being under the influence of a controlled substance. Bail set at $10,000. James Jones, 40, of Gilroy, July 25, 10:30 p.m., at Travel Park Circle and Monterey Street in Gilroy, for misdemeanor driving while unlicensed, using/being under the influence of a controlled substance and felony possession of narcotics/controlled substance. Bail set at $20,000. Scott Overpeck, 49, of San Martin, July 26, 9:20 a.m., at the Santa Clara County Superior Court building, 190 W. Hedding St. in San Jose, for felony possession of marijuana/hash for sale. John Kroupa, 42, of Sacramento, July 26, 12:50 p.m., at Bollinger Road and DeAnza Boulevard in Cupertino, for felony possession of controlled substance, narcotics and misdemeanor possession of narcotics paraphernalia. Bail set at $21,000. Jennifer Brown, 43, of San Martin, July 26, 2:30 ...
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Pharmacyclics&reg; Announces Updated Results for BTK Inhibitor Ibrutinib (PCI-32765) at the European Hematology Association (EHA) Annual Congress
Business Review Australia - over 4 years
AMSTERDAM, June 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmacyclics, Inc (Nasdaq: PCYC) announced today at the 17th Congress of European Hematology Association updated results from two clinical trials of Bruton's tyrosine kinase (BTK) inhibitor, ibrutinib (PCI-32765), for the treatment of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)/small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL).  The ibrutinib clinical updates at EHA released in two oral presentations include: 1) updated safety and efficacy data from the Phase Ib/II CLL/SLL single agent trial (PCYC-1102); and 2) updated safety and efficacy data from the Phase Ib/II CLL/SLL combination trial with bendamustine and rituximab in relapsed or refractory patients (PCYC-1108). The trial results of PCYC-1102 were updated at EHA with progression-free survival (PFS) data from the relapsed/refractory CLL/SLL patients, including PFS data for high-risk 17p deletion CLL patients, and newly presented immunoglobulin data in the treatment naive patients with a median fol ...
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MCCC Graduates Include Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne, Villanova Residents
Bryn Mawr- Gladwyne Patch - over 4 years
  Bryn Mawr resident Anthony Torres, Gladwyne resident Sarah Salmi and Villanova resident Garrett Reid were among the 1,392 graduates at Montgomery County Community College's commencement May 17. The college released its graduate list Wednesday afternoon, touting it as the longest list in history. Below are the rest of the graduates, listed by residence. Abington: Daniel Appel, Abigail Cook, Kevin Donnelly, Tarah Hollister, Emily Munn, Keith Prater, Jordan Wiener Ambler: Thomas Afflerbach, Brooke Blake, Joseph Byer, Michael Ciavarelli, Harrison Courtney, Antonio Davoli, Jonathan Deck, Samantha Depaul, Erin Dicesare, Jessica Dodson, Paul Dooley, Justin Echevarria, Ken Garland, Matthew Hoag, Joseph Krasucki, Jade Maldonado, Shawn McGlade, Heidi Oates, Matthew Olson, Jaime Sheridan, Lisa Ventresca, Savannah Weldon Ardmore: Anthony Brunke  Ardsley: Megan Herbert, Julie Rupp Audubon: Karalyn Fielding, Monica Mullin  Bala Cynwyd: Christopher Berglar, Joseph Cohen, Dan ...
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MyChart App Lets Patients, Family Check On Care
WTAE- Pittsburgh; PA - almost 5 years
Jennifer Brown uses her mobile phone to check on the health care of her 79-year-old mother. The free MyChart app is the mobile version of UPMC HealthTrak, the electronic medical record shared between doctors and patients who sign up to use it.
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New Assistant Principal Named for Twin Groves
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
Twin Groves Middle School will gain a new assistant principal in the fall. The District 96 School Board approved Tuesday the appointment of Andrew Fenton, who will assume the role Aug. 1 Fenton replaces Amy Gluck, who will assume the responsibilities of Ivy Hall Elementary School principal, a position currently held by Jennifer Brown. With almost a decade of experience as an educator, Fenton was selected for the assistant principal role from among highly qualified and experienced candidates, said District 96 officials, who said “he brings a reputation for reliability, strong interpersonal and tech skills, and an enviable ability to connect with students and staff.” Fenton earned a master’s degree in school leadership in 2009 from Concordia University and his undergraduate degree from Lake Forest College in 2003. He is currently in his second year as assistant principal at W. J. Murphy Elementary School in Round Lake Area School District 116. Previously, he taught seventh-gr ...
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Officials Respond after Student Brings Knife to School
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
A School District 96 spokeswoman said there was “no malicious intent” when a student packed a knife in a backpack Monday and brought it to Ivy Hall School. School officials did not know about the knife until Tuesday, when a few parents who had heard about it contacted the school, spokeswoman Betsy Fresen said. The parents of the children in that class were called Tuesday, and an email was sent to all Ivy Hall parents that afternoon, notifying them that “a student brought an unsafe object to school on Monday, April 9th.” “The school, in collaboration with the District Office and Police Department, conducted an in-depth investigation and are taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of all children. Please know that your child’s security is our top priority and we are doing everything in our power to continue to ensure that Ivy Hall is a safe place,” Principal Jennifer Brown wrote to parents. Buffalo Grove police Cmdr. Jim Newton could not provide information Tuesday ...
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Dupree Man Sentenced for Conspiracy to Distribute Vicoprofen - 7thSpace Interactive (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
He and his wife, Jennifer Brown Wolf, conspired to distribute some of the Vicoprofen pills. A cooperating witness, who was working with the Division of Criminal Investigation, made controlled purchases of Vicoprofen from Jennifer Brown Wolf on October
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9/11: NJ commemorates the 10th anniversary - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
She and best friend and Andrew&#39;s sister Susan Haury, right, say the pledge of allegiance. People hold hands across the beach at the time of the World Trade Center attacks where Andy was a lifeguard growing up. (Jennifer Brown/The Star-Ledger)
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VDrememberDRISCOLL 7 BROWN - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
By Jennifer Brown/The Star-Ledger Charles and Lucretia Johnson of Manalapan wave as an American Flag is raised on a fire truck before the event &quot;Walk with Joe&quot; at the Monmouth Battlefield State Park in Manalapan. The event is named for Joe Driscoll,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jennifer Brown
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 37
    In the beginning her music was modern soul and R&B but later experimented with the acoustic singer-songwriter tradition and straight up radio friendly pop. Her 2009 mini album Bloom in November, was inspired by classic Motown sound.
    More Details Hide Details She has recorded four albums and one EP to date.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2000
    Age 28
    Outside Scandinavia her work is perhaps best known, through the highly successful cover of her song Alive by trance artist Paul van Dyk, which was renamed We Are Alive and became a top 20 hit across Europe in 2000.
    More Details Hide Details After recording four albums she traveled to the United States and spent a lot of time in New York and San Francisco, plus traveled to India. She met the father to her daughter during the film Förortsungar - Kidz in da Hood. He later left her in the middle of the pregnancy.
  • 1994
    Age 22
    Brown’s 1994 album Giving You The Best peaked at no 1 in the Swedish charts and stayed in the chart for 22 weeks.
    More Details Hide Details Her two follow up albums did not sell as well as her debut album, but did quite well in their own right with In My Garden (1997) peaking at no 9 and Vera (1998), peaking at no 8. She has recorded mainly as a solo artist, but also as part of the soul/jazz/pop crew Blacknuss. The single "Tuesday Afternoon" was a hit single in Scandinavia, and reached #57 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1972
    Age 0
    Born in 1972.
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