Paul Michael
American actor
Paul Michael
Paul Michael was an American actor. He was a regular guest star on American television appearing in Kojak, Hill Street Blues, Alias, Gilmore Girls and Frasier among others. He played a cop in the Hollywood movie Batman. He also played King Johnny Romano on Dark Shadows.
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Man who ranted about zombies shot and killed by California homeowner
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Dana Feldman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A California man shot dead after breaking into a young family's suburban home over the weekend had ranted about zombies hours before he showed up screaming threats in their backyard and smashed into their house, authorities said on Monday. The Orange County Sheriff's department said that 22-year-old Paul Michael Bracamontes was killed in the affluent community of Yorba Linda by a homeowner who awoke before dawn on Sunday to find him screaming in the backyard. ...
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Tom Alderman: The President and the Pop Singer
Huffington Post - over 3 years
What do Michael Jackson, King of Pop and James A. Garfield, 20th president of the United States, have in common? For one, both were charismatic and immensely popular. Both careers ended in premature death -- Jackson at age 50, Garfield two months shy of 50. And most significantly, both involved highly questionable medical care that resulted in their deaths. In Jackson's case, Dr. Conrad Murray administered a fatal dose of a major anesthetic and is found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. The jury is still out as to who is legally accountable for the tragedy. With Garfield, responsibility is unambiguous and quite devastating. It's the doctors who killed him, not an assassin's bullet. A little back story here: Garfield, a major-general in the civil war, then a congressman, beat out Ulysses Grant to be the Republican presidential nominee and victor in 1881. To this date, he's the only sitting representative to ever be elected president. In Candice Millard's absorbing audio ...
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Martha Rosenberg: Think Concealed Carry Makes You Safe? Think Again!
Huffington Post - over 3 years
It is hard to find a more zealous group than conceal carriers. Like George Zimmerman, who killed Trayvon Martin in Florida last year, they see "bad guys" everywhere, have a high fear level and flatter themselves that they are keeping themselves and others safe. Both are fantasies. Two years ago, the TV show 20/20 tested whether carriers could defend themselves against an armed assailant who they knew would storm the room they were in. Even with advance warning none of the carriers stopped the assailant even though some were well trained in firearms. Some carriers came close to injuring themselves and others had the ammo been live. Oops. On cue, gun zealots cried the 20/20 test conditions were "unfair," as if conditions in real life would be fair and offer perfect conditions for them to demonstrate their conceal carry advantage. Right. It is obvious conceal and carry does not protect the carriers or stop bad guys, unless you consider Trayvon Martin a bad guy. But the ...
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Trey Lyon: The Names We Choose
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Names change. Jacob to Israel. Saul to Paul. Michael King to Martin Luther King. Jorge Mario Bergoglio to Pope Francis. Robert Allen Zimmerman to Bob Dylan. Life change, shifting identities, media cache, Divine wrestling match -- all are perfectly acceptable reasons to change one's name. And why not? Shakespeare himself asked "What's in a name?" though the irony of the words falling from the lips of Juliet Capulet suggest rhyming couplets were all the rage in the 17th century. But would a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Would the symbolism of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday be the same if it was Michael King Jr.? Nike's "Like Mike" campaign would have had a whole new level of meaning. Then again, "Bo Knows" would be much different had it been they used his given name "Vincent Edward." Surely in some basement in Seattle there is a graphic designer has a black and white poster with a neon swoosh that says "Vinny Knows." According to the newly elected pope, some ...
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More Than One Way to Judge Education
Education Week - almost 4 years
Editor's note: This entry has been updated to correct Michael Paul Goldenberg's name. Dear Eric, I appreciate the clarity of our differences! I hope I can be as clear. In education—like many other subjects—it's hard, if not impossible, to separate ends from means. What I think it means to be well-educated will influence the means I use, of course. So turning ends over to the president, Department of Education, and/or Congress is a far more critical act than I think you view it, Eric. Even if I had a far higher opinion of all three bodies. (Do you think more than half a dozen congressmen read the No Child Left Behind Act or the new common standards?) At one extreme are parents who do not want schools that teach their children to question authority, be critical about the truth as laid out by their church or private beliefs, etc. At the other exteme, those who see schools as preparing the young for the coming revolution. I was always impressed by Jehovah's Witness ...
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R2-D2 Engagement Ring Wows 'Star Wars'-Obsessed Girlfriend (VIDEO)
The Huffington Post - over 4 years
The Force was with one New Jersey tattoo artist when he set out to create an R2-D2-inspired engagement ring for his "Star Wars"-obsessed girlfriend. After deciding on the concept, Joe Pagani selected jewelry designer Paul Michael Bieker to create the ring for his girlfriend Emily, a fellow tattoo artist. Pagani and Bieker worked together to create a sapphire and diamond ring that really does look like R2-D2. More...
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Hauler fined $2.4 million for dumping L.A. trash in Kern County
LATimes - over 4 years
The California attorney general's office announced Thursday that a Kern County garbage hauler has pleaded  guilty to a felony charge of illegally dumping garbage from Los Angeles County into a Kern County landfill. As part of his plea agreement, Paul Michael Benz, 68, owner of Tehachapi-based Benz Sanitation, will pay $2.4 million in restitution and put GPS trackers on all his garbage trucks, so officials will be able to make sure he doesn't try to sneak Los Angeles County trash into Kern in the future. Benz could not be reached for comment. Between January 2008 and this summer, Benz's company had a trash hauling contract in which it was allowed to pick up garbage in Kern County and dump it at local landfills at no charge. But prosecutors allege that Benz, who also had contracts to haul waste for about 1,500 residents and businesses in the Antelope Valley, conspired to mislabel L.A. County trash as originating in Kern County so he could dump it for free as well. Officials s ...
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The Class of 2012 Rules!
East Brunswick Patch - over 4 years
East Brunswick High Seniors walked down the aisle and said farewell to high school Thursday during graduation ceremonies at the Sun National Bank Center. Here's a look at how it all unfolded and a list of all of this year's graduates. Among this year's class speakers were class advisors Jeryl Ann Feis and Katherine Vince; Assistant Principals Sara DiMaggio-Forte, Glen Pazinko and Leslie J. Szukics; Class President Alok Basani; teacher and coach Kevin McEvoy, Superintendent Jo Ann Magistro; and Principal Robert T. Murphy. The Class of 2012 Graduates: Hanifa F. Abdul Hameed Besarta Abdulai Lada Abdyshayeva Saife Abouzeed Donia M. Abuzaid Dominic T. Acosta Jessica Acosta Jhonathan Emile Ade Talha Adil Syed Waqas Ahmad Phillip Z. Ai Swaroop Akkineni Martin Joel Alabanza Maureen E. Alvarado Ahmed K. Aly Elisa Marie Ambrose Erica Amen Kahini P. Amin Mani Manuel Ananth Rohan Ana Ananthan Chidiogo I. Anemelu Matthew C. Ang ...
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About 700 Graduate from BRHS
Bridgewater Patch - over 4 years
The about 700 members of the Bridgewater-Raritan High School Class of 2012 graduated in a ceremony at Basilone Field Tuesday. For a full photo gallery and more coverage of the graduation ceremony, click here. Watch a video of some of the graduates discussing their future plans here. Below is the list of all students in the graduating class, and the honors many received. *National Honor Society, silver cords ^Top 5 percent of the class +Presidential Academic Fitness [3.67 GPA and 85th percentile in standardized reading or math scores Mario Alarcon Austin Abney Eli B. Adams Sterling William Ader Justin Tyler Edward Agins Stefanie Albert*+ Paul Michael Albright Kazim Ali+ Gabrielle Almeida* Tyler Nicholas Almeida Eva Alzipar+ Stephanie Elizabeth Ament Anna Anakhasyan Arvind Anandacoumar*+ Erik Dag Anderson Joseph Archer Matthew H. Archibald*^+ Brianna Elizabeth Arends Kimberly Marisol Arguedas Elizabeth Armstro ...
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Dirty Dancing, Leeds Grand Theatre
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
WHEN Paul-Michael Jones recently found himself in front of a theatre audience shouting ‘Off! Off! Off!’ he naturally thought he’d given a poor performance.
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Dirty Dancing with Baby and Johnny
Dunstable Today - almost 5 years
PATRICK Swayze and Jennifer Grey’s dancing shoes are hard to fill, but Paul-Michael Jones and Emily Holt are doing a fantastic job stepping up to the challenge at Milton Keynes Theatre this month. Classic film Dirty Dancing is adored by millions, and the stage version is careful to ensure every detail of the movie is reproduced on stage. It tells the tale of 17-year-old Baby on summer vacation with her family, who learns to dance and falls in love with enigmatic dance teacher Johnny (Paul-Michael Jones). Emily who plays Baby said: “I was familiar with the film but I wasn’t a crazy fan who knew all the lines like some of the people who come to see the show! There is such an expectation when people come to see the show because of their love of the film, so we want to fulfil their hopes but we also want to bring our own to it and not just copy.” Emily’s transformation into Baby is quite startling, as with the help of a wig and some adorable facial expressions she is the spitting ima ...
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Prince William County Police Memorial Tonight
Manassas Patch - almost 5 years
From the Prince William County Police Department: The Prince William County Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association (CPAAA) cordially invites the public to attend a Memorial  and Tribute Service, including a candlelight vigil, for fallen law enforcement officers who lived, or served, in greater Prince William County. The event is Wednesday, May 9, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building, 15491 Cardinal Drive, Woodbridge. The event honors the lives and  service of 14 men who were killed in the line of duty from Virginia State Police Trooper Jackie M. Bussard in May 1970 through the October 2010 death of Officer Paul Michael Dittamo of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. Light refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the tribute.
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Review: Dirty Dancing
Biggleswade Today - almost 5 years
WHAT is still regarded as an iconic movie has been turned into a theatrical winner and, for the next three weeks, Milton Keynes Theatre will be packed with enthusiastic audiences wanting to see more Dirty Dancing. It’s the summer of 1963 and, as the introduction says, it’s before President Kennedy was shot and before the Beatles came. The location is the Catskill Mountains in the United States and the venue, the Kellerman¹s Holiday Resort, it’s an up-market American cross between Centre Parcs and Butlin’s but with lovely views... and a golf course! It tells the story of Frances ŒBaby¹ Houseman and her transformation from being her daddy¹s little girl to the woman of the resort’s dance instructor Johnny Castle¹s desires. First I must confess that I’ve never seen the film. However I understand from those who have that the film’s leading roles of ‘Baby’ and Johnny which were played back in 1987 on the silver screen by Jennifer Gray and the late Patrick Swayze are brilliantly recrea ...
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19 Ways to Reuse Old Towels
Main st - almost 5 years
When I was a young lad in college, this article would have made no sense to me. I had one towel. I washed it often. The idea of having so many towels that I would need to find creative ways to use the old ones, well, that didn't occur to me. Then I got married. And the towels multiplied like Tribbles on the Starship Enterprise. That’s why I’m writing this article now. If you’re like me, you have a cupboard devoted to towels. Beach towels, bath towels, hand towels, wash cloths — you name it. But on a regular basis, towels become a little too frayed and raggedy to be effective and comfortable. That’s when you usually throw them out. But wait — why throw them away? Here are 19 different uses for old towels. You’ll be amazed at what the humble towel can be turned into, if you use a little imagination. (See also: 11 Smart Uses for Sheets) 1. Cleaning Rags Let’s start with the most obvious and the easiest to do. If you d ...
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10 Things You Should Do Immediately After Losing Your Wallet
Main st - almost 5 years
This article is made possible by our underwriter Equifax. We all know that sense of panic when we realize that our wallet or purse is missing. If you’re like me, half of your life is in your wallet. Credit cards, debit cards, ID, insurance cards, money — you name it, it’s in there. And if it falls into the wrong hands, it could be devastating. The least that can happen is you lose a little money. But you could be the victim of identity theft and fraud that could have repercussions for years. So what do you do should the worst happen? Here is a checklist for you, featuring some very important numbers and a little advice that you should follow today to help you keep your valuables safe and make reporting a lost wallet a lot easier. 1. First of All, Is It Actually Lost or Stolen, or Just Misplaced? I can’t tell you the number of times I thought my wallet was lost only to realize that it had fallen out of my pocket in ...
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“Nobody puts Baby in a corner!”
Advertiser & Review - almost 5 years
CAN it really be 18 months ago that Milton Keynes Theatre announced it was to host the first national tour of Dirty Dancing? Incredibly, the curtain rises for the first night this Tuesday evening. Everyone knows the story, so we’ll not fill column inches going over the romantic tale, and will instead give a name check to those stepping into the roles made famous by Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Paul- Michael Jones will be Johnny Castle, and Emily Holt is innocent Baby Houseman. Both have too many stage and television credits to mention in the here and now, and both know how to kick up a storm on the dance floor...it’s kind of essential in this piece! When the announcement of the tour was made, phone lines were humming with fans of the iconic 1987 smash wanting to relive the passion in the live – tour ticket sales have already passed the £11 million mark, with many showings sold out. Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage will enjoy almost a month with us here in the new ...
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Passionate romance in a classic love story
Biggleswade Today - almost 5 years
HAVE the time of your life with a hit musical from the West End. Dirty Dancing has been booked in for a month long run at Milton Keynes Theatre. Paul-Michael Jones will be putting on the leather jacket to play Johnny Castle and Emily Holt will be the idealistic Baby Houseman. The iconic cinematic couple was made famous by Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in the 1987 smash hit movie. The much loved tale tells the classic story of Baby and Johnny, two fiercely independent young spirits from different worlds who come together in what will be the most challenging and triumphant summer of their lives. Paul-Michael’s theatre credits include Mamma Mia!, We Will Rock You and Jack and the Beanstalk. Emily’s theatrical performances include Much Ado About Nothing and Cling To Me Like Ivy. Dirty Dancing features all of your favourite songs including Hungry Eyes, Hey Baby, Do You Love Me? and I’ve Had the Time of My Life. The show promises an unprecedented live experience, exploding with h ...
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EHS Senior Ben Dahlberg Named Evans Scholar
Edina Patch - almost 5 years
Edina senior Ben Dalhberg was recently awarded a massive scholarship to the University of Minnesota by being named an Evans Scholar. Dahlberg, who was sponsored by the Edina Country Club, will receive a full tuition and housing scholarship valued at more than $70,000 beginning this fall. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years. Evans Scholars are golf caddies selected based on: a strong caddie record, academics, demonstrated financial need and outstanding character. The Chick Evans Scholarship Program has been overseen by the Western Golf Association since 1930. It's among the nation's largest privately funded scholarship programs. "These young men and women have been outstanding leaders in the classroom and in both their schools and communities," WGA President and CEO John Kaczkowski said in a release. "We welcome them to the Evans Scholars family and know they will continue their success as college students." "The Evans Scholarship is truly a life-changing oppor ...
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Intervention Mentality and the Spectacle of Joseph Kony
Dissident Voice - almost 5 years
The modern world is a place of constructed images. With a globe shrunk by the forces of globalization, and communication made seemliness by technological advancement, information is produced in an instant and has the ability to reach greater masses than ever seen before. But under a regime of neo-liberalism, information is perpetually reworked into a commodity, and the prevailing images transform into a branded, advertising-based format. It holds a mirror up to the human being’s psychological working, tapping their fears and desires for monetary ends, and thus, advertised information is the essential driver of consumption, the engine of industry. One of the more prevalent images in the current epoch is that of militarization. The armed forces now take part in Hollywood production (the recent film Act of Valor, for example), one of the top selling video game series, Call of Duty, promises the most authentic war experience, and the line between news and military action is blurred by th ...
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