Robert J. Hogan
American actor
Robert J. Hogan
Robert J. Hogan is an American actor. While not a stranger to the big screen or the stage, Hogan is best known to audiences for his highly prolific career in American television which began in 1961.
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Ready, steady, tee off! Players pick up the pace in speedgolf
Yahoo News - 6 months
(Reuters) - The sound of a whistle signals the start of the race, and Rob Hogan sprints toward the first of 18 legs in his contest: a golf tee. Hogan's round of 82 strokes lasted just 36 minutes and 59 seconds, retaining his title in a somewhat unusual contest -- the British Open Speedgolf Championships. The final score combined total shots and time to complete the 18-hole round -- Hogan got 118:59.
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Two Restaurants Cited After Failing Underage Drinking Compliance Sting
Burlington Patch - over 3 years
The Burlington Board of Selectmen censured two restaurants after they failed a police sting that tested compliance with under age drinking laws. Burlington Police Chief informed the board during Monday's meeting that during the semi-annual compliance check conducted in April local restaurants Lester's Roadside Bar-B-Q and Mr. Chan's Asian Bistro both failed. According to Kent, on April 30 police had an underage undercover male enter the restaurants and attempt to order a beer. An employee at Lester's sold the underage male a Pabst Blue Ribbon and a server at Mr. Chan's sold him a Bud Light. Attorney Stephen Nelson, representing Lester's, told the board the restaurant has a policy of checking everyone who appears to be under 40 years old when they attempt to purchase alcohol. He said the the server in question had not been through the necessary training though since the incident the restaurant has implemented a new policy to ensure all employees meet all training requirements. ...
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David Finkle: First Nighter: From White Plains Strong on Forgiveness, Luck of the Irish Fairly Strong on Intolerance
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Let's hear it for forgiveness. Let's hear a couple of brimming earfuls for forgiveness -- or against it, as the case may be. And the place to hear it is throughout From White Plains, the outstanding new work conceived by Michael Perlman and written with cast members Craig Wesley Divino, Karl Gregory, Jimmy King and Aaron Rossini. The lay-out of the play -- which, I repeat, is truly, eminently worthwhile, and so is Perlman's immaculate direction -- is intricate as presented by the Fault Line Theatre in the Pershing Square Signature Center's black-box space. But here goes: Listening to an Oscar telecast, Ethan (co-company artistic director Rossini) hears himself named as the bully behind the inspiration for the film just awarded the best-movie-of-year statuette to creator Dennis (Karl Gregory). Astounded that he's just been designated a national bad guy, Ethan enters into a debate with pal John (co-company director Divino) that builds into an argument over his actual re ...
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Kare Anderson: What Employees Most Want This Holiday
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Warning to top brass, if you want to keep your top talent: despite reports that company holiday parties are coming back, they aren't what most matters to employees, even if they include an open bar. Instead your workers' top wishes are for a cash bonus (73 percent), salary increase (60 percent), or paid time off (36 percent), according to Glassdoor's Employee Holiday Survey released today. I wonder how many U.S. firms will give end-of-year bonuses, compared to the 75 percent of South African firms that promise to do so, according to Alistair Anderson. Younger employees, those under 34, are most likely to cite a raise as their top goal while the 45-54-year-olds most want a new job. 1. Top Reason for Stress? A Bad Boss Two percent even admit that their top goal is "to help get their boss fired." That's not surprising since a record high 55 percent of employees dislike their job with the top reason being they "hate" their boss, according The Conference Board. Cheery thou ...
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Selectmen Set FY13 Residential and Commercial Tax Rates
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
The Burlington Board of Selectmen set the FY13 tax rates during last night's meeting. Burlington has a split tax rate, meaning the rates are different for residential properties and CIP (Commercial, Industrial, Personal Property) properties. In FY12, the residential tax rate was 11.55 (meaning residents pay $11.55 per $1,000 of residential value) and the CIP rate was 31.70. The rates were set to meet the town's FY12 budget of $85,141,212. The board had a few options, presented by Town Appraiser/Assistant Assessor James Doherty, Town Accountant Paul Sagarino, Jr and Burlington Treasurer/Collector Brian Curtin. In the end the selectmen voted 3-1 to go with Option A. There were only four selectmen voting because Chairman of the Board Ralph Patuto was unable to make it to the meeting due to a family matter. Option A raises the residential FY13 tax rate to 11.85, a 3.4 percent increase over FY12. It raises the CIP tax rate to 31.70, or a 4.3 percent increase over FY12. The ra ...
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Document the evolution of your invention
Financial Post - over 4 years
Canada’s federal government likes it when you invent stuff. There’s a lot that makes politicians happy. New products, if successful, can lead to job creation, new tax revenue, perhaps even improve Canada’s prestige. Think of all the times you see a cabinet minister announcing some new government program at a tech or engineering company. The government therefore provides tax incentives meant to foster scientific research and experimental development, or as it is more commonly known, SR&ED. And it’s a big-ticket item. According to the 2012 budget documents, the SR&ED tax incentive program provided more than $3.6-billion in tax assistance in 2011. If you’re not taking advantage of the credits, you should make enquiries to see if you qualify. But keep in mind, getting approved for a SR&ED tax credit is no slam dunk. To qualify, a taxpayer needs to meet some criteria spelled out in the Income Tax Act. And as is often the case, what the legislation describes in a few paragrap ...
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"May No Veteran Walk Alone" Workshops Being Held Wednesday Nights
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
The following is a release from Burlington's Director of Veteran Affairs Robert Hogan: Veterans, appreciate the awesome character which defines you by joining in and attending the Burlington Veterans Character Strengths Workshop every Wednesday evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The meetings will be held in the Burlington American Legion Post #273 at 162 Winn Street in Burlington. The theme is that, “May no veteran walk alone”. No advance sign up is necessary, just show up.
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Your Job May Be Killing You, And 8 Things To Do About It
Huffington Post - over 4 years
It turns out work may very well be the death of you. Bad managers are the culprits behind enormous health costs and can be a "major source of misery" for many employees, according to psychologist and leadership consultant Robert Hogan, who presented research at the American Psychological Association's annual conference over the weekend. "Seventy-five percent of working adults say the worst aspect of their job — the most stressful aspect of their job — is their immediate boss," said Hogan, USA Today reports. Workplace stress isn't just hurting employees. The World Health Organization estimates that stress costs American businesses $300 billion per year due to rising insurance and health care costs, according to Forbes. And bad bosses aren't the only thing hurting employees' health at work. Studies by the Pennington Biomedical Research Center show that rising American obesity is directly tied to the loss of active jobs. "The more physical activity you do throughout ...
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Image Gallery: Inauguration of Burlington's Unofficial Mayor Al Fay
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
Thank you to everyone who attended our presentation of a plaque for Burlington's Unofficial Mayor, as voted on by Patch readers, at the Burlington Public Library last week. Earlier this year we asked readers to nominate members of the community who make a difference and give their time and efforts to the town to be Burlington's Unofficial Mayor. We had nine nominees and after a couple weeks of voting readers chose to elect Albert Fay. The reason we held this race was to create a fun way to recognize those members of the community who have given their time and effort for the town. Burlington may not have an actual mayor, but the town does have many people who help make the community great. Last Wednesday we held a short ceremony at the Burlington Public Library to honor Fay and all those who give back to the community. Selectman and Veteran Affairs Director Robert Hogan and former Selectman Sonia Rollins spoke about Mr. Fay, his accomplishments to the town, and the importance ...
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Video: Emotional Evening as Board, Friends and Community Say Farewell to Robert Mercier
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
It was an emotion evening at last Monday's Board of Selectmen meeting as current and former town leaders,  Town Hall staff members, friends and members of the community came out to see off Burlington Town Administrator Robert Mercier as he sat in on his final meeting before retirement after 30 years of public service, much of it here in town. Mercier announced his retirement last October. He stayed on to give the town time to find a replacement and to see Burlington through the annual May Town Meeting. He is set to leave his post next week. Mercier became Burlington's first Town Administrator in 1980 and held the position until 1986. From 1986 to 1998, Mercier held other positions outside of town; doings stints as the Regional Chamber of Commerce CEO with offices in Woburn and as the town administrator for Billerica in Boxford, before returning to Burlington. "As you can imagine, it is a difficult decision for me to leave a job as exciting, demanding and yet incredibly ...
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Burlington: A Week in Review
Burlington Patch - over 4 years
This was a busy week in Burlington and so a busy week here at Patch. In case you missed any of our stories, here are some of the highlights and links to our articles to help you catch up. Stories of the week: Top Stories: Image Gallery: Burlington Honors Those Lost in Defense of Freedom (Videos) An image gallery of Burlington's Memorial Day services Roche Bros. Co-Founder Patrick Roche Dies Patrick "Pat" Roche, who co-founded Roche Brothers supermarkets, has died at the age of 83 Town Meeting Approves $112,927 for Two New Town Positions The two new positions are an Accounting Budget Analyst and Human Resources Assistant Feature Stories: What Does Memorial Day Mean to You? Share your traditions for how you mark the holiday Local Businesses Join Fight against Cancer by Supporting Relay For Life Businesses provide teams and sponsorships Burlington Residents Graduate from Arlington Catholic High School Co ...
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Cover band focuses on alternative rock
Asbury Park Press - almost 5 years
Cover band SiX "oh" NiNe plays alternative rock from the mid to late '90s. "I wouldn't call SiX 'oh' NiNe a dance band," lead vocalist Rob Horan said,
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Personality Tests Become More Common for Job Applicants - Learnvest Living (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
“When people try to fake, they try to fake in very characteristic ways, and it's really easy to tell when someone is trying to game the test,” says Robert Hogan, president of a personality assessment company based in Oklahoma. But don't worry,
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More employers are using pre-hire assessments - MarketWatch
Google News - over 5 years
“When people try to fake, they try to fake in very characteristic ways, and it's really easy to tell when someone is trying to game the test,” said Robert Hogan, president of Hogan Assessment Systems, a Tulsa, Okla.-based personality assessment and
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Job Seekers Are Getting Tested - Wall Street Journal
Google News - over 5 years
"When people try to fake, they try to fake in very characteristic ways, and it's really easy to tell when someone is trying to game the test," says Robert Hogan, president of Hogan Assessment Systems, a Tulsa, Okla.-based personality assessment and
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No. 2 Delta State falls in heartbreaker - NCAA.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Statesmen defense recorded three sacks, two from senior linebacker Robert Hogan. Delta State also forced and recovered two fumbles. The Demons gained 355 yards of total offense. Endsley carried the team on the ground with 21 yards and two
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My Voice: Robert Hogan - Banyule and Nillumbik Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
Lower Plenty father-of-two Robert Hogan, 35, is Eltham Leisure Centre's Father of the Year. MY wife Jodie and I have been married almost seven years. We have two children – Marcus, who is four, and Phoebe, who is two. Marcus has autism
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Honor Roll: Meade High School - Annapolis Capital
Google News - over 5 years
... Gonzalo Herrera-Guzman, Samantha Higgins, Ladrell Hill, Austen Hitchcock, Robert Hogan, Stacey Hug, Monique Jackson, Niquera Jackson, Riamaire' Jackson, Kendra Jacobs, Imanya James, Chelsea Jarrell, Mariah Jeffords, Innasia Johnson, Isis Johnson,
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¿Cómo enfrentar el fracaso? - Alto Nivel
Google News - over 5 years
Según Ben Dattner y Robert Hogan, de Harvard Business Review AL, aproximadamente 70% de las personas tiene un tipo de personalidad que reacciona de manera inadecuada cuando las cosas salen mal. “Algunas personas son extrapunitivas, siempre culpando a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert J. Hogan
    FIFTIES
  • 1992
    Age 58
    He returned to Broadway in 1992 to portray the roles of the Ghost and the Player King in William Shakespear's Hamlet.
    More Details Hide Details He also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway productions, including Neal Bell's On the Bum (1992), Wm. S. Leavengood's The Preservation Society (1996), Mark R. Shapiro's The Shattering (1996), Frank Pugliese's Hope is the Thing with Feathers (1998), and John Logan's Never the Sinner (1998). For his performance in the latter play he won an Outer Critics Circle Award. With his career more centered on the stage, Hogan's television career slowed somewhat during the 1990s. He did however portray the recurring roles of L.J. McDermott on As the World Turns (1991–1992) and Charles Briggs on One Life to Live (1995–1998, 2000). He also appeared as a guest actor on the shows Remember WENN (1997), Cosby (1997), and Now and Again (1999), and in the films Blue Christmas (1998), Species II (1998), Advice from a Caterpillar (1999), and Little Man (1999).
  • 1989
    Age 55
    He made his Broadway debut in November 1989, as Capt. Matthew A. Markinson in the original production of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men, remaining with the show for more than a year.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1969
    Age 35
    In 1969 Hogan joined the cast of Days of Our Lives, portraying Will Austin for a short time and then in 1970 returned portraying the recurring role of Scott Banning, Sr for two years.
    More Details Hide Details He continued to be active working as a guest actor for episodic television series throughout the 1970s for programs like The F.B.I., Gunsmoke, Hawaii Five-O, M*A*S*H, Mission: Impossible, Mork & Mindy and The Rockford Files among many others. He portrayed the role of Sheriff Paul Tate on the relatively short lived series The Manhunter (1974–1975) and the role of Ben Krisler in the mini-series Once an Eagle (1976). He also played the re-curring characters of Burt Marshall on General Hospital (1973), Lt. Cmdr. Haller on Operation Petticoat (1978–1979), and Greg Stemple on Alice (1977–1982). He also appeared in several television movies and on the big screen as Jake Lingle in The Lady in Red (1979). Hogan continued to maintain an active television career throughout the 1980s, appearing as a guest actor on such shows as Airwolf, Barnaby Jones, The Incredible Hulk, Knight Rider, Laverne & Shirley, Magnum, P.I., Quincy M.E., St. Elsewhere, and T.J. Hooker to name just a few. He also portrayed the recurring roles of Dr. Wylie Graham on Murder, She Wrote (1984–1989) and Vince McKinnon on Another World (1987–1989, 1991). He also appeared in a number of television movies and in the role of John F. Kennedy in the film Prince Jack (1985).
  • 1968
    Age 34
    In 1968 he landed the role of Reverend Tom Winter on the soap opera Peyton Place which he portrayed for two seasons.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1963
    Age 29
    He also appeared in two 1963 films: FBI Code 98 and Greenwich Village Story.
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  • 1961
    Age 27
    He landed work almost immediately upon his arrival, appearing as a guest star in episodes of 77 Sunset Strip and Cheyenne in 1961.
    More Details Hide Details He maintained an active career as a guest star on television programs throughout the 1960s on such programs as Batman, Bonanza, Fair Exchange, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., Hawaiian Eye, Hogan's Heroes, Twelve O'Clock High, and The Twilight Zone to name just a few.
    Born and raised in New York City, Hogan began his career appearing in theatre, making his professional debut as Elliot in the original 1961 Off-Broadway production of Michael Shurtleff's Call Me By My Rightful Name with Robert Duvall and Joan Hackett.
    More Details Hide Details He relocated to Los Angeles shortly thereafter to pursue a career in television and film.
    While not a stranger to the big screen or the stage, Hogan is best known to audiences for his highly prolific career in American television which began in 1961.
    More Details Hide Details While he has never been a member of the main cast of a critically successful television series, he has portrayed numerous recurring characters on programs such as Alice, Another World, As the World Turns, Days of Our Lives, Deadline, General Hospital, Law & Order, Murder, She Wrote, One Life to Live, Operation Petticoat, Peyton Place, and The Wire. His guest star appearances on other television series encompass more than 90 shows over the last five decades. The character of Air Force colonel Robert Hogan on Hogan's Heroes (portrayed by Bob Crane) was named after him by friend and series creator Bernard Fein.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1933
    Born
    Born in 1933.
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