is active in professional societies and was elected president of the American Society for Lasers in Medicine & Surgery.
said she can't sing anymore, but she didn't seem particularly upset about it.
Rosenthal and Goldberg
Associates is also providing a way for everyone to help donate.
Of the 12 pieces, it is surprising that there exists only one--a left-hand study by William Bolcom, "Yet Another Goldberg
Variation"--that consists of 32 measures with 16 measures in each half, with repeats and a tonal center of G.
grew up in an affluent suburb on the south shore of Long Island; his parents were Jewish liberals whose religious exposure began and ended with occasional visits to the local Reform temple, "a sterile place of yellow hallways, organ music, women in furs, and garmentos talking through Shabbat services.
And they blew out of the water the fallacy that when graduation standards rise, more students will drop out, Goldberg
Voters have seen Goldberg
jump from office to office and should be delighted to see her working for a living again.
Most notably, Goldberg
asserted that most journalists in the mainstream media live in such an insular world that they mistake their own ideology, shared by virtually everyone around them, for objective reality.
observes, the kind of high production values and unabashedly seductive aesthetics exemplified by Just's and Julien's projects are no longer taboo, and, in fact, are increasingly apparent in contemporary performance.
has been the FTB's executive officer since September 1980, a tenure that spanned six governors and 24 elected FTB members.
We didn't expect that just one transcription factor could turn on atrophy," says Goldberg
previously wrote the children's book Alice (Bantam, September 1992), and her memoir, Book (Rob Weisbach Books, October 1997), which made the New York Times Bestseller List.
In two chapters on "The Legend of Good Women," Goldberg
offers first a class-inflected reading of female-female eroticism in Aemelia Lanyer's poetry, a reading anchored in the point that "just as male friendships in the period often cross over into a terrain that involves sexual relations, such, too, must have been the case among women, and especially among powerful aristocrats and those who served them, or whom they served" (39).
Joining CBS News in 1972, Goldberg
writes that the network news' liberal bias had bothered him for some time, and that he had quietly discussed the matter frequently with officials at CBS to no avail.
The two-year effort to reconfigure the 5,200 SF of retail space began in January 2000 when Goldberg
was representing a buyer for the retail component of the building.