Harry Lauder - The Wedding O' Sandy MacNab, 1908

Harry Lauder - The Wedding O' Sandy MacNab, 1908

Sir Henry Lauder (August 4, 1870 – February 26, 1950), known professionally as Harry Lauder, was an international Scottish entertainer, described by Sir Winston Churchill as "Scotland's greatest ever ambassador! Henry Lauder was born at Portobello, Edinburgh, where the family lived, in the home of his maternal grandfather, Henry McLennan. His father was John Currie Lauder, descended from the Lauders of the Bass, and his mother was Isabella Urquhart MacLeod McLennan, born in Arbroath to a family from the Black Isle. Harry's father John Lauder moved to Newbold, Derbyshire, in 1882 to take up a job designing china. John died of pneumonia a short while afterward, and Isabella and her five sons and two daughters moved to live in her brother's home in Arbroath. Though it was customary for children to begin working at the age of 11 or 12, Harry's mother was determined to continue Harry's education. He worked part-time at the local flax mill until he was 16, so he could attend school. The family later moved to the home of Isabella`s brother in Lanarkshire, where Harry worked in the coal mines around Hamilton, Lanarkshire. On 19 June 1891, at age 21, Harry married Ann Vallance the daughter of a colliery manager at Hamilton. His brother Matthew stood as his best man, and a year later, Harry served as Matthew's best man when he wedded Ann's sister, Catherine. Lauder sang as he worked in the coal mines to help relieve the arduous nature of the work, and his fellow workers encouraged him to sing in local halls. While singing in nearby Larkhall, he received 5 shilling—the first time he was paid for singing. After more evenings singing in halls around Hamilton, he went to a weekly "go-as-you please" night held by Mrs. Christina Baylis at her Scotia Music Hall/Metropole Theatre in Glasgow. She advised him to gain experience by touring halls around the country with a concert party, which he did. This allowed him to quit the coal mines and turn to singing professionally. Lauder sang comedic and songs of Scotland and Ireland. pre WW1 toy bus carries an advert for Lauder.In 1905 his success in leading the Howard & Wyndham pantomime at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, for which he wrote I Love a Lassie, made him a national British star, and he obtained contracts with Sir Edward Moss and others. In 1911, he toured the United States where he commanded $1,000 a night. In 1912, he was top of the bill at Britain`s first ever Royal Command Variety performance, in front of King George V, organised by Alfred Butt. He was Britain`s best-known entertainer. He toured the world extensively during his forty-year career, including 22 trips to the United States—for which he had his own railroad train, the Harry Lauder Special—and made several trips to Australia, where his brother John had emigrated. He was, at one time, the highest-paid performer in the world, making the equivalent of £12,700 a night plus expenses and was the first British artiste to sell a million records. Lauder's music appealed to all, including workers, merchants, royalty, and presidents. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Drug Dealer to Gospel Preacher - Jordan Lauder

Drug Dealer to Gospel Preacher - Jordan Lauder

Drug Dealer to Gospel Preacher. A video about how God changed my life around. I got kicked out of school, fought addictions and burgled houses but after I gave my heart to Jesus and repented an turned away from my sins my life was never the same.

Harry Lauder - The Wedding O' Sandy MacNab (1908)

Harry Lauder - The Wedding O' Sandy MacNab (1908)

The Wedding O' Sandy MacNab would be re-recorded in 1911 (that version is also on my channel). As well as many of his records being reissued here later many of Sir Harry Lauders' records were also re-recorded for the American market on the Victor (US) label. Sir Henry Lauder (4 August 1870 -- 26 February 1950), known professionally as Harry Lauder, was an international Scottish entertainer, described by Sir Winston Churchill as "Scotland's greatest ever ambassador!" Henry Lauder was born at Portobello, Edinburgh, where the family lived, in the home of his maternal grandfather, Henry McLennan. His father was John Currie Lauder, descended from the Lauders of the Bass, and his mother was Isabella Urquhart MacLeod McLennan, born in Arbroath to a family from the Black Isle. At age 21, Harry married Ann Vallance on 19 June, 1891, the daughter of a colliery manager at Hamilton. His brother Matthew stood as his best man, and a year later, Harry served as Matthew's best man when he wedded Ann's sister, Catherine. Lauder sang as he worked in the coal mines to help relieve the arduous nature of the work, and his fellow workers encouraged him to sing in the local halls. While singing in nearby Larkhall, he was paid for the first time a fee of 5 shillings. After more evenings singing in halls around Hamilton, he went to the weekly go-as-you please night held by Mrs. Christina Baylis at her Scotia Music Hall/Metropole Theatre in Glasgow. She advised him to gain experience by touring halls around the country with a concert party, which he did. This allowed him to quit the coal mines and turn to singing professionally. Lauder sang comedic and songs of Scotland and Ireland. In 1905 his success in leading the Howard & Wyndham pantomime at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, for which he wrote I Love a Lassie, made him a national British star, and he obtained contracts with Sir Edward Moss and others. During 1911 he toured the United States where he commanded $1,000 a night. In 1912 he was top of the bill at Britain`s first ever Royal Command Variety performance, in front of King George V, organised by Alfred Butt. He was Britain`s best-known entertainer. He toured the world extensively during his forty-year career, including 22 trips to the United States, for which he had his own railroad train, the Harry Lauder Special, and made several trips to Australia, where his brother John had emigrated. He was, at one time, the highest-paid performer in the world, making the equivalent of £12,700 a night plus expenses, and was the first British artiste to sell a million records. Lauder's music appealed to all, including workers, merchants, royalty and presidents. When World War I broke out, Lauder was in Melbourne on one of his Australian tours. During the war, he led successful fundraising efforts for war charities, organised a tour of music halls in 1915 for recruitment purposes, and brought his piano to the front lines where he entertained the troops under enemy fire in France. Through his efforts in organising concerts and fundraising appeals he raised £1,000,000 to help servicemen return to health and civilian life, for which we was knighted in 1919. He suffered personal tragedy during the war, when his only son, John (1891--1916), a captain in the 8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, was killed in action on 28 December 1916 at Poiziers. Harry wrote the song "Keep Right on to the End of the Road" in the wake of John's death and had a monument built for his son, who was buried in France, in the little Lauder cemetery in Glenbranter. Sir Harry wrote most of his own songs, favourites of which were "Roamin' in the Gloamin'", "I Love a Lassie", "A Wee Deoch-an-Doris", and "Keep Right on to the End of the Road", which is used by Birmingham City Football Club as their club anthem. Sir Harry's wife died on 31 July 1927 and was buried next to her son's memorial at Glenbranter, Argyll. His niece, Margaret (Greta) Lauder, M.B.E., (1900--1966), moved in with him at his home, Laudervale (outside Dunoon), and became his constant companion in later years. Sir Harry's final retirement was announced in 1935. However, he again entertained troops throughout Britain during World War II, despite his age, and made wireless broadcasts with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. He also appeared immediately after the war to thank the crews of American food relief ships docking at Glasgow. His last years were spent in his home of Lauder Ha' at Strathaven, where he died in February 1950, aged 79.

Louis Ferrante | Hardtalk Interview

Louis Ferrante | Hardtalk Interview

Lou Ferrante (born May 13, 1969) is a former Gambino family mobster who, after spending eight years in prison, successfully appealed his conviction and became a bestselling true crime, business, and science writer. He hosts his own show airing on Discovery Networks International in 195 countries and was nominated for a Grierson Trust Award which is the highest documentary award in the United Kingdom, known as "the Oscars of the documentary world." He has also appeared on television stations such as MSNBC, Fox News Channel, BBC, PBS, Comedy Central, and The History Channel. On September 15, 2011, Ferrante spoke at The Economist's Ideas Economy: Human Potential Summit in New York City. On October 21, 2014, Ferrante spoke at the CEO Global Leaders Forum in New York City, hosted by billionaire businessman Leonard Lauder. In 2015, Ferrante published his groundbreaking book, The Three Pound Crystal Ball: How the Dreaming Brain Can See the Future. The book details Ferrante's theory of the dreaming brain, a theory he worked out while still in prison but wrote while free. A number of professional scientists have praised the book which follows the lives of Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud as the work of both men contribute to Ferrante's theory. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

Secrets of Palm Beach: The Extravagant Lives of Millionaires - Tales of the Super-Rich (1999)

Secrets of Palm Beach: The Extravagant Lives of Millionaires - Tales of the Super-Rich (1999)

The Town of Palm Beach is an incorporated town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The Intracoastal Waterway separates it from the neighboring cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. In 2000, Palm Beach had a year-round population of 10,468, with an estimated seasonal population of 30,000. Notable people: S. Daniel Abraham - Creator of Slim Fast Steve Alvers - American football player Spencer Antle - Fashion designer, founder of lifestyle brand Island Company, and filmmaker Madeleine Astor - Titanic Survivor, and widow of John Jacob Astor IV Rich Barnes - MLB pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians Barney Family - heirs to the Smith Barney banking and brokerage fortune Ted Bell - Bestselling American author of suspense and espionage novels Billy Bishop - World War I flying ace, he died while spending the winter of 1956 in Palm Beach Conrad Black - a former Canadian media baron, author, and convicted fraudster lived on Palm Beach Island for over twenty years Dan Borislow - Founder of magicJack Nancy Brinker - founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure Jimmy Buffett - Singer[18] William S. Burroughs, Jr. - American novelist, son of famous beat writer William S. Burroughs and great-grandson to William Seward Burroughs I, the original inventor of the Burroughs adding machine. (b. 1947) James H. Clark - Founder of Netscape Ann Coulter - Syndicated columnist, author, and political commentator[19] Horace Dodge - The Dodge automotive family and died December 1920 at his Palm Beach residence[20] The Duke and Duchess of Windsor frequently holidayed in Palm Beach after their marriage in 1937 Henry Morrison Flagler - founder of Palm Beach Brie Gabrielle - Miss Florida USA 2016 and actress Malcolm Glazer- CEO of First Allied Corporation and sports team owner (Manchester United of the Premier League and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League) Robert W. Gottfried - homebuilder[21] Curt Gowdy - Sportscaster Joseph Gurwin (1920–2009), philanthropist[22] E.F. Hutton - Wall street broker who built Mar-a-Lago husband of Marjorie Merriweather Post Paul Ilyinsky or HH Paul Romanovsky-Ilynsky (1928–2005) - senior male of Romanov Dynasty, Head of House of Holstein-Gottorp, Prince of Holstein-Gottorp, Duke of Holstein - Gottorp, Prince Romanovsky - Ilynsky, U.S. Marine Corps colonel, son of HIH Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia, grandson of John J. Emery, nephew of John J. Emery. Ilyinsky was elected to the Palm Beach town council in 1981. Two years later, Ilyinsky ran unopposed and spent another term as council president. He won the mayor's job in 1993, and served until 2000. Michael Jackson - Singer. Lived there briefly in 2003 until 2005. Raymond Kassar - Investor and former Chairman and CEO of Atari and former Vice-Chair of Burlington Industries Kennedy family - Political Family[3] Brett King - American actor who later opened Coral Sands Hotel in the Bahamas, died in Palm Beach in 1999 John Kluge - Chairman of Metromedia, estimated net worth is $11 Billion Howard Leach- Ambassador to France under George W. Bush Evelyn Lauder - co-creater of the Pink Ribbon breast cancer awareness campaign, creator of Clinique[23] Laurence Leamer - Writer[3] John Lennon - Musician most famous with his work with The Beatles. Lennon bought Harold Vanderbilt's former home, El Solano, in 1980 shortly before his murder.[24] Rush Limbaugh - Radio show host, and conservative political commentator[25] Edgar F. Luckenbach - Shipping magnate Bernard Madoff- Former NASDAQ chairman and convicted felon of various securities fraud[3] Lana J. Marks - Designer Charles Peter McColough- Former Chairman and CEO of the Xerox Corporation Dina Merrill - American actress and socialite (daughter of E.F. Hutton & Marjorie Merriweather Post) Addison Mizner - influential architect of Palm Beach landmarks and residences in the 1920s Arefeh Mansouri - Designer Brian Mulroney - former Canadian Prime Minister Dmitri Nabokov - son and literary heir of famed novelist Vladimir Nabokov Kevin Ohme - MLB pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals James Patterson - Best Selling Author Mark Patton - 1980s television and film actor Henry Paulson - Former US Treasury Secretary Ronald Perelman - Corporate Raider, Chairman of Revlon who sold his Palm Beach house in 2004 for $70 million[18] Marjorie Merriweather Post - Post cereal heiress, socialite, and philanthropist who built Mar-a-Lago. Wife of E.F. Hutton Zach Rance - TV Personality on Big Brother John Sculley - former CEO of Apple, Inc and former president of PepsiCo Stephanie Seymour - American model and actress Christopher A. Sinclair - Chairman and CEO of Mattel and former CEO of Pepsi-Cola https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_Beach,_Florida Image By User:MVASCO (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Ysaac Coronado Biography about Lionel Sosa

Ysaac Coronado Biography about Lionel Sosa

Monolithic domes: Living in the danger zone: Dante Amato at TEDxMission The City2.0

Monolithic domes: Living in the danger zone: Dante Amato at TEDxMission The City2.0

The chords of 'dome physics' and 'bio-mimicry' resonate well with Dante and it may be that these approaches are both illustrative of the 'simple but not too simple'. Dante's participation with the Dragon Speed Design Group 'think tank' is a work in progress having evolved over the last dozen years commencing with Mark and Valerie Sigler's 'Dome of a Home' post Hurricane Ivan trauma. Dante and Mark have been collaborating friends since 1965 and with the addition of Robert Bissett and Marc Sigler, both active participants in the development of the Dome of a Home prototype with Architect Jonathan Zimmerman (deceased), are actively engaged in the effort to evolve air-form and factory produced 'dome' technology for integration into the panoply of global environmental solutions that meet the criteria associated with the notion of 'sustainability'.

Biography - Dr. Mark G. Frattini

Biography - Dr. Mark G. Frattini

Video biography for Mark G. Frattini, M.D., Ph.D., an oncologist at NewYork-Presbyterian who specializes in blood cancers. You can learn more about Dr. Frattini at http://nyp.org/physician/mgfrattini.

David Paulides 2017 - Missing 411 October 18, 2017 New

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Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Jane Hurley (born 10 June 1965), more generally known as Liz Hurley, is an English actress and model. She has been associated with the cosmetics company Estée Lauder since the company gave Hurley her first modelling job at the age of 29. They have featured her as a representative and model for their products, especially perfumes such as Sensuous, Intuition, and Pleasures, since 1995. Hurley owns an eponymous beachwear line. As an actress, her best-known film roles to date have been as Vanessa Kensington in Mike Myers' hit spy comedy, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) and as the Devil in Bedazzled (2000). In 2015, Hurley began starring in the E! original series The Royals. In the 1990s, Hurley became known as the girlfriend of Hugh Grant. In 1994, as Grant became the focus of international media attention due to the success of his film Four Weddings and a Funeral, Hurley accompanied him to the film's Los Angeles premiere in a plunging black Versace dress held together with gold safety pins, which gained her instant media attention. In 1988, Liz Hurley appeared briefly in a speaking part as a schoolgirl in "Last Seen Wearing", an episode of the detective series Inspector Morse, which episode was partly filmed in a real school, Reading Blue Coat, Sonning, Berkshire. This is believed to have been her first TV role. In the late 1980s, Hurley portrayed the title character in a five-part television drama, Christabel. After appearing in John Cleese's The Human Face (2001), she hosted the inaugural season of the British reality series Project Catwalk on Sky 1 in 2006. The show drew tepid ratings with only 1% of its target audience tuning into the first few episodes. Hurley was almost universally criticised as a presenter. Marcelle D'Argy Smith, a former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine, called her "witheringly boring" and added: "Liz Hurley has no fashion experience whatsoever. She wore a dress and has appeared at premieres." GQ's Dylan Jones defended her as someone "immersed in the fashion world as a celebrity." Hurley was ridiculed by critics for her "aspirational Basingstoke-gone-jetset accent and dead fish stare," while also being described as "the not-nice-but-dim host." She was dropped after one season because her bosses reportedly believed she was too wooden. It was later revealed that Hurley had asked contestants to send her free clothes off the record. In 2011 Hurley filmed a guest star role in the series pilot of NBC's Wonder Woman as the villain Veronica Cale, potentially recurring. The network decided not to pick up the series. In July 2011, it was announced that Hurley would join the fifth season of Gossip Girl for a multi-episode arc. Her character, Diana Payne, was described by the series' executive producers as "a sexy, smart, self-made media mogul and all-around force to be reckoned with", whose "entrance on the Upper East Side will change the lives of all our characters—including, and especially, Gossip Girl herself." In September 2013, she was cast in one of E!'s first two scripted pilots, The Royals, which was officially picked up in March 2014 and aired in 2015. The drama series, revolving around a fictional British Royal Family and set in modern London, stars Hurley as the matriarch Queen Helena.

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