Louis Lane
Louis Lane
Louis Lane is an American conductor. Louis Gardner Lane was born in Eagle Pass, Texas. He studied composition with Kent Kennan at the University of Texas at Austin where he earned his bachelor’s in music degree in 1943, and with Bohuslav Martinů at the Tanglewood Music Center (summer 1946), and with Bernard Rogers at the Eastman School of Music (master’s degree in music, 1947). He also studied opera with Sarah Caldwell (1950).
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Noel Neill, Lois Lane in 'Superman' TV series, dies at 95
Reuters.com - 8 months
(Corrects this July 4 story to deletes reference to Neill in "Superman and the Mole Men" in sixth paragraph.)
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Noel Neill, actress who portrayed Lois Lane on 'Superman' TV show, dies
CNN - 8 months
Noel Neill, the first actress to play Lois Lane on screen in the "Superman" film series, has died, her biographer said on Monday.
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5 Fun Festivals You'd Only Find in Illinois
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Illinoisans have no shortage of fun festivals from which to choose when planning a good weekend. Traditional festivals such as world-class concerts, food tasting, holiday marts and county fairs proliferate through every season. But what to do when a hot dog and a cover band just won't cut it anymore? Check out these 16 highly unusual Illinois festivals throughout the state. Popeye Picnic Chester Sept. 11-13, 2015 Illinois' Green Party comes together for a "can of spinach in every cabinet." The festival includes a 5K run, characters, food, games, a pet show and the Olive Oyl Cafe and is put on every year the weekend after Labor Day. 2015's festival will be the 34th annual picnic. International Horseradish Festival Collinsville June 5-7, 2015 Held in the horseradish capital of the world, the International Horseradish Festival. The festival's website explains that the gathering offers an opportunity for Illinoisans and visitors alike to taste the root pla ...
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Losing My Parenting Superpowers
Huffington Post - over 3 years
My parenting superpower -- c’mon, we all have them -- is finding things. It began as a sixth sense for one particular thing -- Puff, the stuffed bear that went absolutely everywhere with my older son. Misplacing Puff meant the end of his world, hence the end of mine. So I cultivated an internal GPS that knew where Puff was at any moment. It was downright mystical. I would close my eyes and somehow see the yellow and white striped creature wherever he was hiding -- behind the sofa, under a tree in the yard, wedged between the passenger seat and the car door. When Puff disappeared on vacation once, I deduced that he’d blended in with the bedsheets and been scooped up by the hotel cleaning staff. We found him, just as I’d envisioned, twirling in the industrial drier in the basement. I was Sherlock Holmes crossed with Charles Xavier with a little Shawn Spencer from Psych thrown in for comic relief. I was SuperMom, and as my children grew, so did my powers. They’d lose things, I’d fin ...
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NSW woman murdered lesbian lover's partner - Ninemsn
Google News - over 3 years
NSW woman murdered lesbian lover's partner Ninemsn Tanya Louise Lane, 29, appeared in the Supreme Court in Sydney on Friday where she pleaded guilty to murdering Steven Quire, whose badly decomposed remains were discovered in dense bushland at Watagan State Forest near Newcastle on March 13, ... and more »
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Superman actor rushed to hospital
Byron Shire News - over 3 years
MARGOT Kidder, who played Lois Lane in Superman, has been forced to pull out of a Melbourne screening of the film after being taken to hospital.     
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Lois Lane plays important role in 75 years of Superman
USA Today - over 3 years
For many fans, the Daily Planet reporter is just as important as the Superman in her life.
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Renee Fisher: Supermensch
Huffington Post - over 3 years
After having planned either an in-depth analysis of the current armed insurrection in Syria or the IRS targeting certain groups here at home, this writer casually picked up her current copy of AARP The Magazine and was rendered (almost) speechless to discover little-known facts about Superman. Item Number 4 should have not only been Number 1, it should have been on the cover of the magazine. It was: He's (probably) Jewish. Hit me over the head with a Kryptonite spathula. Superman? Man of Steel? Rippling muscles? Slick back dark hair with sexy loose lock across forehead? Flying? Getting himself into dangerous situations with unsavory lowlifes? With no disrespect to her peeps and homies, and based on a decades-long knowledge of people like Uncle Sidney and Uncle George, this writer can't imagine how a nice Jewish boy could aspire to a life of danger and tights. AARP gives up the evidence: 1. Superman's Kryptoni ...
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NOT JUST SUPERMAN?'Man of Steel' Movie Filled With Nods to Christianity
Fox News - over 3 years
REVIEW: 'Man of Steel' OPINION: Hey, Hollywood, don't mess with my Superman PICTURES: Many Faces of Superman PICTURES: Lois Lane Through the Years
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Lois Lane through the years
Fox News - over 3 years
Check out all the actresses who have played Superman's main squeeze.
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Spencer Green: Egyptian President Morsi Declares Himself Master of Space, Time and Dimension
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Following the decree which gave him sweeping political powers in Egypt last week, President Mohamed Morsi has now declared himself Master of Space, Time, and Dimension. "The President's ability to command space, time, and dimension will provide stability for Egypt," said Morsi spokesperson Mazen Elhaddad at a press conference this morning. "Also, it enables the President to travel forward and backward in time and change the course of human events, which you have to admit is really cool." In addition to traveling through and shaping history, Morsi's command of space, time, and dimension also includes his ability to change shapes, walk through walls, freeze people and move them into embarrassing poses, repeat Groundhog Day as many times as he wishes, and watch 3-D movies without special glasses. In response to protesters who have criticized Morsi's decision, Elhaddad said, "The President has turned his flesh into a hard rubber compound, upon which all criticisms bounce off, ...
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Comment on “Louie” – Late Show (Part 1) episode review by Cat Colinanni
Blast Magazine - over 4 years
If you want your website to be successful make it load more quickly! First time locked up my browser, second time loaded really slow. Speed it up and watch popularity grow. Great review, by the way. Read this article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/01/technology/impatient-web-users-flee-slow-loading-sites.html?pagewanted=all
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Louie, “Late Show (Part 1)”
A.V. Club - over 4 years
Well, that was certainly interesting. “Late Show (Part 1)” is fundamentally concerned with the dark side of success, with the seamy, shadowy underbelly of exceeding expectations, both internal and external. Throughout the episode, Louie does far better than he could have possibly anticipated and is forced to wrestle with the unexpected consequences. Success is certainly something Louis C.K. knows an awful lot about. After toiling in the salt mines of comedy as a writer and stand-up for decades, he’s experiencing the kind of massive, even paradigm-shifting success beyond most stand-up comic’s wildest dreams. Even more remarkably, he’s achieved that success on his own terms, doing exactly what he wants to do for an audience that respects and reveres his integrity and purity as much as his talent. But as tonight’s episode compellingly illustrates, success and failure are inextricably intertwined. Sometimes, failure can be unexpectedly positive ... Read more
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Elvis Fan in Search of Branford Connection
Branford Patch - over 4 years
Today marks the 35th anniversiary of the death of Elvis Presley. Many are reflecting today on The King, his music and his legacy. This morning Patch received an e-mail from one such nastolgic reader. He's looking for a now-closed music store on Main Street in Branford where he bought an Elvis album. Can you help? My name is Louis Lange.  I currently reside in Portsmouth, new Hampshire but did much of my growing up in Madison. There was a famous music store right on Main Street in Branford which closed within the last 5 years.  it was one of the last independent music stores in the state (along the line of Cutler's in New Haven), but I cannot remember the name of the store.  Do you know what it was or would you please ask around? I was having a conversation with a friend about Elvis's passing (35 years ago today) and mentioned how I had purchased his "Moody Blue" album in this store. Thank you for your help.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Louis Lane
  • 1995
    Age 71
    He was also director of orchestra studies at Oberlin College 1995-1998.
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    He received an honorary doctorate from the same institution in 1995.
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  • 1982
    Age 58
    Louis served as artistic adviser and conductor at the Cleveland Institute of Music for over 20 years from 1982 through 2004 after which he served as faculty emeritus.
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    He was also principal guest conductor 1982-1983 and principal conductor 1984-1985 of the National Symphony Orchestra of the South African Broadcasting Corporation based in Johannesburg.
    More Details Hide Details He was adjunct professor at the University of Akron 1969-1983 and a visiting professor at the University of Cincinnati 1973-1975.
  • 1977
    Age 53
    He was co-conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 1977-1983.
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  • 1973
    Age 49
    He was principal guest conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and held other positions with that group 1973-1978.
    More Details Hide Details He is given credit for developing that orchestra into a full-time group with a 52 week contract.
  • 1960
    Age 36
    Gould requested Lane to accompany his subsequent performances in Cleveland, and Lane’s Canadian conducting debut was made in 1960 at the Vancouver Festival with Gould.
    More Details Hide Details Lane’s programming with the Cleveland Orchestra led to his receiving two major awards, the Mahler Medal and the Ditson Conductor's Award.
  • 1959
    Age 35
    He was music director of the Akron Symphony Orchestra 1959-1983 (he is now their conductor emeritus) and the Lake Erie Opera Theatre 1964-1972.
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  • 1955
    Age 31
    He became assistant conductor there 1955-1960 and associate conductor 1960-1970 and resident conductor 1970-1973.
    More Details Hide Details A comment made by George Szell to Lane in 1957 about the eccentric pianist Glenn Gould became quite famous: “That nut’s a genius”.
  • 1947
    Age 23
    He was apprentice conductor to George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra in 1947.
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  • 1923
    Born in 1923.
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