Richard Dean
Richard Dean
Richard Dean was an athlete, model and photographer, most known for co-hosting Cover Shot, a television makeover show on the American cable TV network TLC.
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The Last of the Real Mad Men
Huffington Post - over 1 year
When I was a teen, it was The Dream. "Mad Men" were alive and well and taking the 7:23 into Grand Central every morning. I was in art school at the time in New York City and the idea of working as an illustrator on Madison Avenue only a few blocks away filled my head. How cool would it be to draw up an ad poster which might be displayed on three story tall Times Square billboards and on the pages of Life magazine? How cool would it be if I were the guy who illustrated movie posters for True Grit or Breakfast at Tiffany's, painting the likenesses of movie stars depicted in their various film scenes? Visions of me working out of an enchanted home studio, surrounded by oil paints and easels, making images come to life on a canvas with each brushstroke like a young Norman Rockwell working on a Saturday Evening Post cover, on odd days sending in single panel cartoons to be published in the New Yorker and National Lampoon, flooded my thoughts and fueled my artistic ambitions. It ...
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Baylor held to two hits in Houston College Classic loss to Hawaii
Houston Chronicle - about 2 years
By Richard Dean Alex Sawelson drove in Alan Baldwin twice to lift Hawaii past Baylor 2-1 in the opening game of the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park. Sawelson’s three hits were one more than the Bears collected. Hawaii starter L.J. Brewster (3-1) earned the win, allowing only one run and two hits over 6 1/3 innings. Hawaii’s Matt Valencia struck out all three batters he faced in the eighth inning, and Cody Culp retired the side in the ninth to gain his third save.
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Let's Play Two! What We Can Learn from Ernie Banks
Huffington Post - about 3 years
"Life is 10 percent what happens to me and 90 percent how I react to it." - John Maxwell As we sit here in early February, a big chunk of the country is stuck in the ice age. The Super Bowl is over and many sports fans are in mourning due to the end of the football season (especially those fans in Denver). But spring is on the way. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks open their training camps this weekend -- earlier than normal due to their regular season opening series in Australia. So, it's time for all of us to snap out of this end-of-football, cold-weather funk we're in. And who better to look to for guidance when in need of an attitude adjustment than Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub himself? Ernie Banks is a Hall-of-Fame baseball player who's also known for making a difference through his approach to life. In the spirit of the recently deceased Pete Seeger, Banks has made the world a better place and has been kind while doing it. One of his favorite sayings was, "Di ...
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BC's Teck Resources confirms chemical spill into Columbia River in Trail - Vancouver Sun
Google News - about 3 years
Vancouver Sun BC's Teck Resources confirms chemical spill into Columbia River in Trail Vancouver Sun TRAIL, B.C. — Teck Resources is confirming that its smelter in Trail has spilled up to 25,000 litres of a chemical solution into the Columbia River. Spokesman Richard Deane says the solution likely contained sodium hydroxide which the plant uses to ... Teck investigating discharge into domestic sewer lineRossland News Teck smelter spills chemical solution into Columbia RiverCBC.ca all 16 news articles »
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Defiant teenager crashed mum's car - Stuff.co.nz
Google News - almost 4 years
Defiant teenager crashed mum's car Stuff.co.nz As his mother lay in bed asleep, an unemployed Rongotea teenager decided to defy her orders not to drive her car. After 10pm on March 5, Richard Dean John Taylor, 18, who had been drinking, took his mother's car keys from a hook in the kitchen and drove ... and more »
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Comment on Opinion: Land Value Tax – an old idea with lots of modern supporters by Richard Dean
Liberal Democrat Voice - almost 5 years
@Henry Law. I have already paid for the increase in land value, through the taxes. I have done the calculation. Those taxes are exactly the sum of > the cost of the school > the increase of land value as a result of having a school So, please stop being a government clerk and get those builders moving! Anne’s children are of school age already, and we wouln’t want the county to have to go to all the expense of arranging for their schooling 15 miles away. would we? That would also add 2 hours to the kid’s journey, and put them at such a huge and unfair disadvantage compared to the children of you rich intellectuals in town.
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Comment on Six thoughts on the results so far (UPDATED) by Matthew Huntbach
Liberal Democrat Voice - almost 5 years
Richard Dean Do NOT blame the people of this country. We are supposed to serve them, not the other way round. Any political party that thinks otherwise is bound for oblivion PDQ. Richard, I believe in honesty and I believe in people taking responsibility for their actions. So, if the people of this country chose to vote Tory more than any other party in 2010 and then in 2011 chose to vote for an electoral system whose supporters say its main virtue is that it generally hands complete power to the biggest party even if that party had under half the votes, I am honest enough to say “Sorry, it’s what people voted for, so don’t blame me and other LibDems – we didn’t vote for it, but we were in the minority”. So, it seems to me the people made clear by their votes in 2010 and 2011 that what they want is a Conservative government. I think they were wrong, but it’s what they voted for and what they have. Surely it is simply serving the people to give them what by their votes they s ...
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Norsemen beat rivals Driffield to seal Merit League success
Scarborough Evening News - almost 5 years
SCARBOROUGH’S Norsemen picked up Yorkshire East Two Merit League glory when they beat Driffield 4ths 8-0 on Sunday. The Scarborough side scored each of their points in the early stages of their battle at Bridlington RUFC, before being forced to hang on against Driffield and the elements. Kev Oldroyd kicked an early penalty and Phil Warren went over out wide to hand Scarborough enough points to collect the win. Team manager Richard Dean said: “We scored early on and then held them after that. “It was a bit touch and go just before the break, it did look like they would score a try because they were camped in our 22. “We put together a great defensive performance though, which proved to be enough. “Phil Warren in the second row was our star man on the day, Sam Woodward, our most improved player this season and Andy Marsden, our player of the year, also did well. “It is always nice to win something and it was made all the better by the decent-sized turn-out of Scarborough followers ...
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POLICE LOG: Woman's Tires Slashed
Woburn Patch - almost 5 years
  The following is an excerpt from the Woburn Police Department log. Please note that this is a sampling of activity in the log, not a complete account. We report all arrests included in the daily police log. Featured Call of the Day: April 26 – At 9:56 a.m., an Arlington Road resident reported two of her car’s tires slashed. The victim told police she had no idea who would have damaged the car.    Other Incidents: April 25 – At 3:13 p.m., police responded to an accident at the Route 128/38 rotary on Main Street.   April 26 – At 9:41 a.m., police were called to a report of a domestic dispute on North Maple Street. According to police, there was no physical argument. At 10:50 a.m., a Dedham woman reported a car struck her parked car while it was in a lot on Presidential Way. At 2:53 p.m., a Ward Street resident reported her apartment broken into and her computer stolen. According to police, a door window was damaged and was likely how the suspe ...
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Comment on Opinion: It is time to pick a fight and show we are serious about institutionalised faith based homophobia by Richard Dean
Liberal Democrat Voice - almost 5 years
@Jenny Barnes. Sorry, I think I may have misled you by a typo. In my third paragraph, by ” have made one choice” I meant that the faith-based schools had come to one acceptable decision about part (a) of my qiuestion, ie.the directions they wanted to encourage. I agree that, if they anser part (b( by promoting bullying and homophobia, then their solution is not acceptable. I think you can probably see that the rest of the paragraph is consistent with this. Victims of bullying and suicide are not confined to LGBTs, and I imagine that some LGBTs are even bullies themselves. The problem of child and youth stress is wider and more compex. My first memory happens to be of being bullied, at age 6 so nothing to do with LGBT choices at all. My second is of discussing with my father what to do about it. Not all choices are concious of course, and not all environments are hostile. Hoping this helps to reduce the temperature, as per Andrew Turvey’s sound advice
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Richard Dean Barnett
Gettysburg Times - almost 5 years
Richard Dean Barnett, 34, formerly of Gettysburg, passed away April 5, 2012 at Memorial Medical Center.
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Phineas Dean Franks - Amarillo.com
Google News - over 5 years
He is survived by a daughter, Shawna Franks; a son, Richard Dean Franks; four grandchildren; his mother, Maxa Price; three brothers, Charles Franks, Gary Price and Chad Cole; and a sister, Janet Trolio. Sign the online guest book at
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Deltona man has been missing for a month - Orlando Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
Richard Dean Cook has been missing for a month. (Volusia County Sheriff's Office, Volusia County Sheriff's Office) It has been a month, and a 51-year-old Deltona man who disappeared Aug. 15 is still missing. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is again
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Kayli Quinton wins third straight city junior golf title - Houston Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
As unbelievable as it may seem, Kayli Quinton, who won the girls division of the Greater Houston City Junior Championship the past two years, came into this weekend's event not sure of her ability despite a successful
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Carmona, Hebert lead junior golf event - Houston Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Mario Carmona is by no means a flashy player. He's steady. And that was good enough on Saturday for a share of the lead after the opening round of the Greater Houston City Junior Championship. Carmona's even-par 72 at
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McCutchen eighth Pirate to join 20-20 club - MLB.com
Google News - over 5 years
HOUSTON -- Andrew McCutchen's ninth-inning home run on Tuesday was his 20th, making the Pirates center fielder the eighth player in team history to have at least 20 home runs and 20 stolen
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Blass, Frattare on ballot for Frick Award - Pittsburgh Pirates News
Google News - over 5 years
HOUSTON -- Baseball fans have an opportunity to put Pirates broadcasters Steve Blass and Lanny Frattare one step closer to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The annual online vote to determine three
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Richard Dean
    FIFTIES
  • 2006
    Age 50
    He died on December 27, 2006 of pancreatic cancer at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.
    More Details Hide Details He began working as a fashion model in the mid-1980s and later became a fashion and advertising photographer after teaching himself to take high-profile photos. His clients included Gianni Versace, Yves St. Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Reebok, Nike, Fujifilm, Beck's, Michelob, Fila, Playboy and TV Guide.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1956
    Age 0
    Born in 1956.
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