John Newton
John Newton
John Newton is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his regular roles on the television programs Superboy as Clark Kent in the show's first season and as Ryan McBride on the original Melrose Place.
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It's a miracle: 'Amazing Grace' will open on Broadway
Chicago Times - almost 2 years
Despite  mixed reviews at its Chicago tryout last fall, "Amazing Grace," the resilient, spiritually minded musical about the life and times of the former slave-owner John Newton, and the backstory of the beloved hymn he went on to write, will open on Broadway this summer.
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Things Are Changing in Burma -- or Are They?
Huffington Post - about 3 years
YANGON - Change is coming so rapidly to Burma -- the pariah state now known as Myanmar -- that you have to jot it down to keep track. • The Burmese army, long known for its brutality, now says it is recruiting women. • Rangoon street kids who used to sell trinkets to motorists stuck in traffic are tapping on car windows to sell real estate listings and investment rules. • The BBC, an unflinching critic of the Burmese military regime in years past, has been granted permission to open a news bureau. One of the most ballyhooed developments was the gathering last month of 17 ethnic groups to discuss an end to 65 years of bloodshed, the longest civil war in the world. As the delegates posed for photos, it looked like an uncomfortable family reunion where you have to sit next to your ill-mannered cousin whether you like him or not. The peace talks are supposed to continue, but even while the meetings were going on, government soldiers were accused of raping ethnic women. One vict ...
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1970s Hair Icons That Will Make You Nostalgic
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Beyond the bell-bottoms and platform shoes in films and books, the 1970s was truly a transformative decade. Subcultures that spawned a generation of hipsters, rockers and radicals brought forth an eclectic mix of styles that we believe are best told through hair. From Farrah Fawcett's feathered cut to Debbie Harry's bleach-blonde bob to Pam Grier's Afro, these '70s hairdos echo the attitudes fueled by outspoken youth. To truly understand this great shift in society and politics, we've compiled a list of 16 hair icons whose strands tell a beautiful story. Farrah Fawcett The late "Charlie Angels" actress' flipped hairstyle remains one of the most sought-after looks, but somehow, many seem to fall flat of capturing Fawcett's big, bouncy mane. Pam Grier Grier's badass Afro commanded just as much attention and respect as the strong characters she played in blaxploitation films like "Foxy Brown" and "Coffy." Debbie Harry What impressionable young girl didn't reach for that bot ...
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Five candidates to stand in county council by-election for Thetford West.
Bury Free Press - over 3 years
Five candidates will stand in the Norfolk County Council by-election for Thetford West following the resignation of UKIP councillor Peter Georgiou. Tristan Ashby for the Conservatives, Independent Danny Jeffrey, the Labour Party’s Terry Jermy, UKIP’s John Newton and Sandra Elizabeth Walmsley for the Green Party have been nominated for the ward. Polling will be held on August 1. UKIP’s Peter Georgiou left the seat after admitting being arrested for alleged shoplifting and paying HMRC £4,000 in unpaid duty last year. For full details see next Friday’s Bury Free Press.
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Biden: Gun-control laws may have saved children in Newtown - Washington Post (blog)
Google News - almost 4 years
U.S. News & World Report Biden: Gun-control laws may have saved children in Newtown Washington Post (blog) Vice President Biden gave an impassioned plea for Congress to double down on new gun-control measures, including an assault weapons ban, by suggesting the laws could have prevented some of the deaths in Newtown, Mass. “For all those who say we ... Biden: It's time for Congress to show 'courage'Politico (blog) Can Biden revive the assault weapons ban?MSNBC VP Biden, Bloomberg Join Newtown Victims' Families In Gun Law PushNY1 FactCheck.org -Daily Caller -WDJT all 25 news articles »
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Don McNay: Al Smith: Overcoming the Bottle, Making a Historic Mark in Journalism
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me.... I once was lost but now am found, Was blind, but now I see." -John Newton Along with being one of the most influential journalists in the history of Kentucky, Al Smith is a fascinating role model of redemption and overcoming addiction. January 2013 will mark the fiftieth year since Al took his last drink and began his road to greatness. The former head of the Appalachian Regional Commission for President Carter, Smith's second book, Kentucky Cured: Fifty Years in Kentucky Journalism, is a collection of reflections and stories about mesmerizing people that he met during his decades in the bluegrass state. A must-read for students of Kentucky history, journalism and politics, Kentucky Cured is really the book that I thought Smith would write as his autobiography. Kentucky Cured is loaded with insight about Kentucky and Kentuckians. In 2011, Al became a first time author at age 84 with his st ...
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Lakewood teacher helps students find their strengths
Asbury Park Press - over 4 years
Name: John Newton Age: 41, lives in Jackson Married with two daughters, ages 7 and 4. Teaching start date: Started teaching five years ago in Lakewood.
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Fair tempts top dealers to show off fine art and prized antiques
Yorkshire Post - almost 5 years
Antique furniture, porcelain, silver and paintings will all be on sale at this year’s Harrogate Antique and Fine Art Fair. Dealers, many of whom have shown at the fair for many years, will be on hand to discuss the objects and explain about investment, ownership and use of the pieces on show. Creative England, who provide a service finding locations for film and television, will also have a stand at the fair and will be looking for interesting homes, terraces or farms to put on their database. Showing fine art will be Walker Galleries of Harrogate, Haynes Fine Art of Broadway, and Rowles Fine Art. Also, specialists Art of the Imagination are returning with their illustrations. Fair organiser Louise Walker said: “After 30 years of running the fair, I am still thrilled with the enormous depth and breath in the range of antiques that turn up each year. “It’s a pleasure to work in and around so many beautiful objects and knowledgable people.“ The fair encompasses a huge variety of ...
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Crowds to revel at antiques fair
Buxton Advertiser - almost 5 years
FIFTY specialist art and antiques dealers will be presenting a superb display of rare and desirable objets d’art at the 48th Buxton Antiques Fair. Connoisseurs and collectors will be making a date with this annual event at the Pavilion Gardens between May 17-20, which is a major highlight in the arts and culture of the Peak District. Over four days antiques and fine art with prices from £10 to £100,000 will go on sale. All exhibits will be vetted for quality and authenticity. The Buxton Antiques Fair is distinguished by its wide variety of high quality exhibits, from early English and Continental furniture and works of art from the 18th century to 20th century to fine pottery and porcelain, silver, jewellery, watches, metalwork, glass, sculpture, samplers, folk art and much more. Sue Ede, from organisers Cooper Events, said: “The Buxton Fair has an immense charm and a unique appeal to serious collectors. We seek to indulge the most discriminating collectors and first-time buyers.” ...
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Photos Sought For Fallen Local Vietnam Vets
Sonoma Patch - almost 5 years
What if you could put a face to every name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.? The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund hopes you can. The National Call for Photos is a project organized by the VVMF to match a headshot or portrait photograph to every service member listed on The Wall. The pictures will be displayed in an exhibit at the future Education Center at The Wall, an underground visitors center to be built near the Vietnam Veterans and the Lincoln memorials. Every day, the center will celebrate the birthdays of service members who died during the Vietnam War by featuring their photos on a giant digital wall. So far, 25,526 veterans have complete profiles with at least one photograph, according to George Pojani, a research associate at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. These profiles are currently featured on The Virtual Wall, an online database of the Memorial's veterans. To locate photos for the project, contributors can visit www.vvmf.org ...
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5 of America's Best Spas
The Street - almost 5 years
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- America's greatest spas offer everything you need to rejuvenate both your body and spirit -- from Ayurvedic massage to Zumba dance classes. "It wasn't that long ago that a hotel spa would be three treatment rooms in the basement, but the bar is constantly being raised," says John Newton of Conde Nast Traveler magazine, which polls its readers annually to pick America's best spas. "Going to the spa has become a lot less about going into the hotel basement and a lot more about having a whole experience." Newton says the best spas have 20,000 square feet or more of elaborate fireplaces, baths and treatment rooms, as well as a wide variety of physical, spiritual and nutritional programs. Couples can enjoy spa treatments together at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Utah. ... Click to view a price quote on CZR. Click to research the Leisure industry.
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Clarence B. Jones: The Amazing Grace of America
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
"The whole history of the progress of human liberty shows that all concessions yet made to her august claims have been born of earnest struggle. If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters." "Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress." -- Frederick Douglass, August 3rd, 1857 Does anyone really think George Zimmerman would have been arrested but for the efforts of his parents and leaders like the Rev. A ...
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What brand owners can do to help the police - Managing Intellectual Property (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
John Newton, who spoke today at an IP crime conference hosted by Europol and Interpol in Spain, told Managing IP that industry has a far better idea of how companies are affected by fakes compared with the police and Customs officials
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Country needs repentance intervention - Wilson County News
Google News - over 5 years
[James 4: 13 - 5: 6] In the book, Once Blind -- The Life of John Newton by Kay Marshall Storm, John perceived slave trading a sin and feared God's wrath upon England because of it. In his fight to abolish slave trading, standing on his own foundation
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Man accused of rape - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
According to the Charlotte - Mecklenburg Police reports, 34 year old John Newton has been accused of kidnapping a 19 year old female victim and raping her. This allegedly happened Sunday morning. The victim told police the suspect kidnapped her at
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John Beaty - Wheeling Intelligencer
Google News - over 5 years
BEATY, John Newton, III, 50, died Saturday, September 10, 2011 as a result of a car/motorcycle accident. He was born May 16, 1961 in Tyler County, W.Va., the son of John Newton Beaty II and Naomi Erlewine Beaty. He was a 1979 graduate of Paden City
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Uncle in court over the killing of John Newton - Gazette Live
Google News - over 5 years
THE uncle of a man suspected of murdering Redcar dad John Newton has appeared in court on the same charge. David Peter Woodier is the sixth person to face charges in relation to Mr Newton's murder
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Further man charged with murder of John Newton - Gazette Live
Google News - over 5 years
Cleveland Police's Murder Investigation Team arrested a 48-year-old man from Hartlepool a week after three others were convicted of Mr Newton's murder. The suspect was charged last night and was appearing before
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Baby born day after dad John Newton died - Gazette Live
Google News - over 5 years
Michelle Lawson said the loss of her “funny, popular” partner John Newton, who was murdered in a brutal attack, left her heartbroken and devastated. George Thomas Jnr, his son Stephen Thomas and Andrew Jackson were each jailed for a minimum of 20 years
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Newton
    FORTIES
  • 2011
    Age 45
    In 2011, Newton and his wife Jennifer lent their voices as Clark Kent/Superman and Lois Lane, respectively, in the animated fan film Superman Classic by veteran animator Robb Pratt.
    More Details Hide Details Born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Newton spent 3½ years training and performing theatrically in New York City, including a brief career as a model. During the filming of Alive, Newton was able to meet the survivor (Antonio Vicintin) that he portrayed in the movie.
  • 2006
    Age 40
    On the DVD release of Superboy: The Complete First Season in 2006, Newton appears as himself on the documentary featurette "Superboy: Getting Off the Ground" and provided audio commentary with executive producer Ilya Salkind on two episodes.
    More Details Hide Details He played regular roles on the television programs Superboy, Melrose Place, and The Untouchables. He had a recurring role on Models, Inc. before being transferred onto Melrose Place after its cancellation. Both shows were part of the Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born on December 29, 1965.
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