Richard Aldrich
Richard Aldrich
Richard Aldrich was an American music critic. From 1902 to 1923 he was music critic for the New York Times. He was married to Margaret Livingston Chanler of Rokeby Hall, Barrytown, New York and resided with her there. Aldrich graduated A.B. in 1885 at Harvard College, where he had studied music under Paine. He began his journalistic career on the Providence Journal.
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Bortolami Gallery presents Richard Aldrich's second solo show with the gallery - Art Daily
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NEW YORK, NY- Bortolami presents Richard Aldrich's second solo show at the gallery. 1. In the studio they were made individually, with their own logic and circumstances, but here as they are presented they become more of a symbolic gesture
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« Petrified paper » et « Painting extravaganza » à la Cardi Black Box Gallery - AMA
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L'exposition « Painting extravaganza » présentera huit peintres internationaux issus de différentes générations : Richard Aldrich, Markus Amm, David Balule, Kees Goudzwaard, Jacqueline Humphries, Sterling Ruby, Scott court et Charline von Heyl
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"Isn't that a terrorist?" - Salon
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Richard Aldrich's book on British intelligence, "The Hidden Hand" (2002), describes how a report for the Pentagon on declassification recommended that "interesting declassified material" such as information about the JFK assassination "could be
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9/11 resolution passes House, Congress clearly no longer broken - Salon
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Richard Aldrich's book on British intelligence, "The Hidden Hand" (2002), describes how a report for the Pentagon on declassification recommended that "interesting declassified material" such as information about the JFK assassination "could be
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The 9/11 Conspiracists: Vindicated After All These Years? - CounterPunch
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Richard Aldrich's book on British intelligence, The Hidden Hand (2002), describes how a report for the Pentagon on declassification recommended that “interesting declassified material” such as information about the JFK assassination “could be released
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Dealer Maxwell Graham Readies Essex Street Gallery - New York Observer
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Brooklyn artist Jason Loebs, whose work was recently seen in the Richard Aldrich-curated “Addicted to Highs and Lows” at Bortolami and the Whitney Independent Study Program show, is next at bat, opening a solo show at Essex Street on Oct. 29
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Most Highly Regarded Firms: Capital Markets 2011 - Who's Who Legal
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Christopher Morgan is selected in Canada and advises clients on a wide variety of Canada/US cross-border corporate and securities matters, while São Paulo-based Richard Aldrich is “one of the leading experts in Latin America”
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Then and Now: Astors reach out to Astoria - Daily Astorian
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A family member, Mrs. Richard Aldrich, represented the Astors. In 1925, a new school building in Uppertown replaced the old Adair building. It was given the new name of John Jacob Astor School, thus completing the plan of giving a historical name to
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Porn vs. Condoms: AIDS Healthcare Foundation Takes Case For Mandatory Condoms ... - LA Weekly (blog)
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Interestingly, appeals court Justice Richard Aldrich wrote in last month's denial of AHF's case that " ... the foundation's public policy advocacy is better directed at lawmakers to AHF has been on a tear against the porn industry, suing the Adult
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Time Again Closes This Week At Sculpture Center - Broadway World
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Richard Aldrich, Troy Brauntuch, Manon de Boer, Matthew Buckingham, Moyra Davey, Thea Djordjadze, Aurélien Froment, Rachel Harrison, Charline von Heyl, Ull Hohn, William E. Jones, Elad Lassry, Rosalind Nashashibi, Blinky Palermo, Laure Prouvost,
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Editor's Notebook: America's most eminent naval historian said these words 85 ... - Daily Astorian
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Mrs. Richard Aldrich represented the Astor family. Dr. Lawrence F. Abbott, a friend of Theodore Roosevelt and editor of The Outlook, delivered an address. The speaker that day who would attain the most distinction in American letters was a young
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AIDS Group Can't Force Porn Stars to Wear Condoms - Opposing Views
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The trial court dismissed the complaint, and the Los Angeles-based California Court of Appeals affirmed in ruling in an opinion written by Justice Richard Aldrich. STD infection diagnoses among adult film performers in Los Angeles County, the epicenter
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ART IN REVIEW; 'Time Again'
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SculptureCenter 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City, Queens Through July 25 ''Time Again'' is a close race between curatorial imagination and curatorial pretension, but luckily, imagination wins out, especially if you give a wide berth to the arcane discussions in the show's catalog and a belabored show-within-the-show. Organized by Fionn Meade,
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Richard Aldrich - Lovereading
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Richard Aldrich is a regular commentator on war and espionage and has written for the Evening Standard, the Guardian, The Times and the Telegraph. He is the author of several books, including 'The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret
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So Long, Chelsea! Bob Nickas to Liven Up the Art World this Summer with ... - New York Observer
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There will be artwork by Richard Aldrich, Lisa Beck, Trisha Donnelly, Amy O'Neill, Dan Walsh and many others, all installed around the house, in the backyard, along the pool, among the furniture and kids' toys, creating a more lived-in environment,
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“Time Again”群展纽约开幕(组图) - 搜狐
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从左至右:Richard Aldrich,Angie Adams/Franz Kline,2010-2011;Richard Aldrich,Zig-Zag Cubism,2010-2011。 从左至右:Steve Roden,proximities no. 2,2010;Elad Lassry,Laminated Structure (For Him),2009;Elad
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1937
    Age 73
    Died in 1937.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1902
    Age 38
    From 1902–23, he was music critic for The New York Times.
    More Details Hide Details Aldrich was born in Providence, Rhode Island and graduated A.B. in 1885 from Harvard College, where he had studied music. He began his journalistic career on the Providence Journal.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1891
    Age 27
    In 1891–92 he was with the New York Tribune in various editorial capacities, assisting Henry Edward Krehbiel with musical criticisms.
    More Details Hide Details He was associated with Krehbiel as an American contributor to the revised edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. He was married to the former Margaret Livingston Chanler; the couple had two children: a daughter, Margaret Aldrich DeMott (died April 24, 2011, aged 100), and a son, the late Richard Chanler Aldrich. Aldrich died in Rome, Italy.
  • 1889
    Age 25
    From 1889–91 he was private secretary to Senator Dixon in Washington, D.C., writing criticisms for the Washington Evening Star.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1863
    Born
    Born in 1863.
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