Sheila Kennedy
American actor
Sheila Kennedy
Sheila Kennedy is a model and actress who was the December 1981 Penthouse Pet of the Month and the 1983 Penthouse Pet of the Year. Kennedy began an acting career, appearing mostly in low-budget sex comedies, such as Ellie, The First Turn-On!, and Spring Break. Kennedy also appeared briefly in the opening scene of National Lampoon's European Vacation as a gameshow hostess. In the summer of 2008, Shelia Kennedy was a houseguest on the U.S. reality show Big Brother 9.
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Whiz Kid: Sheila Kennedy - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Ritta Hanna and Sheila Kennedy have become best friends through their work together in Band. Sheila Kennedy, a senior at Danbury High School, is in her third year of Band but her first year as Drum Major, which is the band's conductor
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Early help aims to have kids reading proficiently before fourth grade - Pioneer Press
Google News - over 5 years
(Pioneer Press: Jean Pieri) Brooke Nast reads off a list of letters as reading tutor Sheila Kennedy looks on, recording how many letters the first-grader at Liberty Ridge Elementary can identify correctly in a minute. Kennedy, a Minnesota Reading Corps
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DHS Marching Band Hosts Opens the Season For the Region - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
While the almost military precision and flashy flag colors of the drum group are what viewers come to expect, Sheila Kennedy, a senior at Danbury High School, explained her responsibilities as Head Drum Major. “I like it a lot. It's very intense
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Safe and scientifically sound - PhysOrg.com
Google News - over 5 years
Universities must also impart this information in very limited amounts of time, says Sheila Kennedy, the director of lab safety in the chemistry department at the University of California, San Diego, which can make it difficult for students to absorb
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A Kennedy on a quest to do more - Chicago Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
A father of four who is married to lawyer Sheila Kennedy, he is a dead ringer for his father, with blue eyes and a toothy smile. He is not a natural when dealing with the press, nor is he the razzle-dazzle campaigner his father was
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SKIN DEEP; In a Perfect World, Rosacea Remains a Problem
NYTimes - almost 9 years
VISITING the skin care aisle at the drugstore has long been a walk of shame. Are you old enough to pay rent, but still need an oil-control face wash? Can you no longer deny it's time for anti-aging cream? Now that beauty norms dictate that any blemish or off-color patch requires immediate care, it's become harder to remain calm. And a slew of
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ROOM TO IMPROVE; Designs That Have Seen the Future, and Now Are Here
NYTimes - almost 14 years
WALLS that light themselves. Curtains that reflect radar. Blast doors made of foam. Five years ago, these were the domain of defense contractors and technophile billionaires. Now such breakthrough materials are in from the fringe and within easy reach of homeowners. More important, they don't require a military budget or arcane expertise -- just a
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NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: EAST SIDE; Bold Design for Ferry Terminals, Or Landings on the Half Shell?
NYTimes - about 14 years
In public art, should the emphasis be on ''public'' or ''art''? The East River ferry has become a new stage for this old debate. While most East Siders are excited by the commuter ferry service that should be in place on the East River by the end of next year, some say the bold modern design of the ferry landings lacks local flavor. ''They've got a
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Arts Crusade Folds Its Tent At Harvard; A Playwright's Experiment In Democracy Didn't Rally the People
NYTimes - over 16 years
Three years ago an experiment in artistic democracy began. And last week it ended. The Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue, a heady mix of summer camp, artists' colony, encounter group and think tank founded and directed by the playwright and actor Anna Deavere Smith, closed its doors on Friday -- at least for now. Each summer for the last
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ART/ARCHITECTURE; Remembering Olmsted's Vision for Boston
NYTimes - over 16 years
FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED, the landscape architect responsible for Central Park in Manhattan and Prospect Park in Brooklyn, also designed the meandering greenbelt here known as the Emerald Necklace. Olmsted knew that industrial-age urban life was no walk in the park. His leafy respites were thoughtfully based on his beliefs that scenic pleasure in
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Male or Female? Take a Look at the Blueprint
NYTimes - over 17 years
To the Editor: Contrary to ''So That's Why the Walls Conceal Heating Vents'' (Arts & Ideas pages, June 5), feminist architecture critics do not use metaphor to ''assign'' gender or status to architectural elements. Rather, we analyze and evaluate the categories of class and gender that are constructed by our culture. If we are to avoid being
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So That's Why Walls Conceal Heating Vents
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Tucked into the hollow walls of buildings, electrical wires do their work unsung and hidden from view. A few months ago Sheila Kennedy, an architect, gave wires their due. She delivered a lecture at Radcliffe's Bunting Institute in Cambridge, Mass., called ''Electricity, the Fairy and the Hollow Wall: Rethinking the Spaces of Infrastructure in
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DESIGN NOTEBOOK; Surf-and-Turf Living Room (With Art, Too!)
NYTimes - about 18 years
ANDREA URBAN was in the kitchen washing dishes when she heard something strange. ''Suddenly there was this sound of splashing in the living room,'' she said, ''and I thought, 'Somebody's floating through the house.' '' Then it clicked. It was just her husband, Glen. He had shoved off on his inaugural swim in the lap pool. Watch your step in the new
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Null and Void
NYTimes - over 18 years
WHAT GOD HAS JOINED TOGETHER The Annulment Crisis in American Catholicism. By Robert H. Vasoli. 252 pp. New York: Oxford University Press. $25. ''I WANT to tell all the remarried Catholics seeking an annulment to keep the faith,'' went a recent letter in Catholic New York, the archdiocesan newspaper. Both the writer and her husband had obtained
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Currents; ARCHITECTURE -- Some Advance Praise For Projects In Utero
NYTimes - almost 19 years
None of the projects have been built yet, but they have already been judged. The Progressive Architecture awards are among the few that reward concepts rather than finished buildings. This year's winners will be celebrated in the May issue of Architecture magazine, which arrives on newsstands tomorrow. A jury of five architects -- Zaha Hadid, James
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