Joanna Simon
Joanna Simon
Joanna Simon is an American mezzo-soprano and currently a Manhattan based real estate broker. She was born in New York and is the sister of rock musicians Carly and Lucy Simon.
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Young winning ways at Downham - Lynn News
Google News - over 5 years
Three members, Kayleigh Hellard, Phoebe Dent and Joanna Simon were awarded first place in a county reading competition which qualified them for the area competition, which they also won. Now the trio will be heading for the nationals in November
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Wine Gang adds Edinburgh date - Offlicence News
Google News - over 5 years
... through the tastings and presenting masterclasses on Champagne Bollinger, Rhone producer Michael Chapoutier and Bodegas O Fournier of Argentina. The Wine Gang is made up of Tom Cannavan, Jane Parkinson, Joanna Simon, Anthony Rose and David Williams
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Morrison & Foerster LLP | Morrison & Foerster Secures Victory for Honeywell in ... - Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Google News - over 5 years
... The Boeing Company and Goodrich Pump & Engine Control Systems. In addition to Mr. Huston, Morrison & Foerster's team included partners Erin Bosman and William O'Connor, as well as associates Joanna Herman, Greg Reilly, and Joanna Simon
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Late summer food festivals - The Guardian
Google News - almost 6 years
Glynn Woolley, Nicky Philps, Joanna Simon, Nick Pullen and Mark Himsworth (lr) judge smoked cheeses at the British Cheese Awards. This year, the judging for Juliet Harbutt's annual British Cheese Awards - a big date in the industry's calendar - will
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Wine By Pete Stewart - Herald Scotland
Google News - almost 6 years
Joanna Simon says (in her fabulous book Wine With Food) that it has a powerful flavour which battles with many wines but goes very well with a few, especially Sauvignon blanc which can echo its distinctive flavour. Majestic stocks the perfect bottle to
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NZ Aromatics Steal the Limelight at London Int Wine Fair - Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
The Wine Gang, a group of the UK's most respected wine critics including Tom Cannavan, Joanna Simon and Anthony Rose, was chosen to compile this year's list of the 'best of the best' from their vast pool of collective experience
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Ett urval kända arvstvister - Upsala Nya Tidning
Google News - almost 6 years
Det kända nyhetsankaret för amerikanska tv-kanalen CBS, som dog 2009, lämnade noll dollar till sin fästmö, operastjärnan Joanna Simon. Hon fanns inte med i testamentet där hans tre barn och CBS-redaktionen stod. Skådespelaren som dog 2008 lämnade allt
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just-drinks LIWF 2011 - Diary - 10 May - just-drinks.com (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
On Tuesday at 1130, Joanna Simon presents 'From Aperitif to Dessert', followed by Anthony Rose looking at 'A Selection for the Wine List' at 1400. Then, on Wednesday at 1130, Tom Cannavan presents 'Whites of the South West', followed, at 1500 by Jane
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BIG DEAL; A Studio Is Added To a 'Cronkite Portfolio'
NYTimes - almost 7 years
VERA GIBBONS agreed to buy her one-bedroom apartment at 860-870 United Nations Plazaon one condition: that Walter Cronkite come to her Christmas party. He did. That was five years ago, when Mr. Cronkite owned three co-ops in Building No. 870: a three-bedroom, where he lived; a one-bedroom, where he worked; and a 150-square-foot studio with sweeping
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University Benefits From a Legend Who Dropped Out
NYTimes - over 7 years
He dropped out of the University of Texas at Austin in 1935 as a junior, because of what he called ''awful grades,'' to pursue a career in the news business, and what a career Walter Leland Cronkite Jr. had. But though he became a broadcasting legend, he never abandoned his Longhorn roots, as evident in his last will and testament now on file at
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Paid Notice: Deaths CRONKITE, WALTER
NYTimes - over 7 years
CRONKITE--Walter. Fox Residential Group mourns the loss of our dear friend Walter Cronkite, the beloved companion of our colleague, Joanna Simon. The world has lost a truly great individual.
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Paid Notice: Deaths CRONKITE, WALTER
NYTimes - over 7 years
CRONKITE--Walter. Fox Residential Group mourns the loss of our dear friend Walter Cronkite, the beloved companion of our colleague, Joanna Simon. The world has lost a truly great individual.
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Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News
NYTimes - over 7 years
Correction Appended Walter Cronkite, who pioneered and then mastered the role of television news anchorman with such plain-spoken grace that he was called the most trusted man in America, died Friday at his home in New York. He was 92. The cause was complications of dementia, said Chip Cronkite, his son. From 1962 to 1981, Mr. Cronkite was a
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When the Grass Is Not Greener
NYTimes - over 7 years
RICHARD LAERMER had always thought of himself as a quintessential New Yorker. As evidence, he pointed to his birth in Jackson Heights, his long-time residency in Chelsea and his authorship of seven guidebooks about the city. Even so, his business -- Mr. Laermer owns a public-relations firm and has written books on marketing -- often required that
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Falling Leaves, Stars on the Red Carpet: It's Opera Season
NYTimes - over 9 years
The real first day of fall? Sunday, Sept. 23 -- the autumnal equinox -- if you're literal-minded. The Tuesday following Labor Day, for those who aren't in school or don't have children enrolled -- or, absurdly, an increasingly early day in August for many who do. Or, perhaps fall arrives with the High Holy Days. Or for others who worship at the
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HABITATS/United Nations Plaza; A TV Reporter Finds a Home With a TV Past
NYTimes - over 11 years
A COAST GUARD cutter streams by, leaving a spray of water in its wake. Just a few waves behind: a tugboat. This is the sort of traffic Vera Gibbons routinely sees from the long stretch of windows in her 19th floor apartment at United Nations Plaza, along with sailboats and the odd kayak or two. ''I grew up on the water,'' said Ms. Gibbons, 38, who
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Using The Glow Of Celebrity To Sell
NYTimes - over 12 years
THE rocker Lenny Kravitz's 6,000-square-foot loft in SoHo, with its floating glass staircases, Roman tub in the master bathroom and hot tub on one of the terraces, is on the market for $12.95 million, and ''it's priced to sell,'' said Andrea Wohl Lucas, a vice president at the Corcoran Group who is representing the owner. Mr. Kravitz, however, is
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When It Comes To the Lobby, Everyone Is a Decorator
NYTimes - over 12 years
ROBERTA BENZILIO remembers the way her lobby used to look. There were mirrors behind the concierge's desk, she said, ''and they were pretty hideous.'' The entrance area had two silver cube end tables topped with ''nondescript lamps'' and black leather furniture ''that was kind of cold,'' she added. The natural impulse, not surprisingly, was to
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Paid Notice: Deaths WALKER, GERALD
NYTimes - about 13 years
WALKER--Gerald. Fox Residential Group mourns the loss of Gerry Walker, beloved husband of our dear colleague, Joanna Simon. Gerry was our good friend and will be sorely missed. Our love and thoughts are with Joanna and the family.
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Gerald Walker -- Novelist, 75
NYTimes - about 13 years
Gerald Walker, an author and editor who wrote the novel ''Cruising,'' died on Thursday at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. He was 75. The cause was complications of a stroke, said his wife, Joanna Simon. Mr. Walker was an articles editor for The New York Times Magazine from 1963 to 1990. In 1970 he published ''Cruising'' (Stein & Day),
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