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Peter attended the Fay School in Southborough, Massachusetts, and was a member of the Class of 1954. He then matriculated in Westminster School, a Connecticut boarding school in Simsbury, where he graduated in 1958.[8]

After the success of Easy Rider, both Hopper and Fonda were sought for film projects. Hopper directed the film The Last Movie (1971), in which Fonda co-starred along with singer Michelle Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas.[24] Fonda directed and starred in the Western film The Hired Hand (1971). He took the lead role in a cast that also featured Warren Oates, Verna Bloom and Beat Generation poet Michael McClure. The film received mixed reviews and failed commercially upon its initial release, but many years later, in 2001, a fully restored version was shown at various film festivals and was re-released by the Sundance Channel on DVD that same year in two separate editions. Fonda later directed the science fiction film Idaho Transfer (1973). He did not appear in the film, and the film received mixed reviews upon its limited release. Around the same time, he co-starred with Lindsay Wagner in Two People (also 1973) for director Robert Wise, in which he portrayed a Vietnam War deserter.

In June 2018, Fonda went on Twitter to criticize President Donald Trump's administration's enforcement of U.S. immigration policy by Jeff Sessions, for separating children from their parents at the Mexican border, writing that "We should rip Barron Trump from the arms of First Lady Melania Trump and put him in a cage with pedophiles."[40] He also suggested that Americans should seek out names of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in order to protest outside of their homes and the schools of their children.[41] The Secret Service opened an investigation based on a report from the Trump family.[40] Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee claimed that he believed that Fonda's statement about Barron Trump was a violation of federal criminal law.[42] Huckabee's daughter, White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, was also the object of Fonda's tweets, in which he suggested that "Maybe we should take her (Sanders') children away..."[43]

This year at Thanksgiving, La Plazuela will feature a prix fixe $49 menu where guests can choose from several appetizers, entrees and desserts in each course, from 11 am to 10 pm. A traditional Thanksgiving main course will be offered, naturally, as well as prime rib, salmon and traditional New Mexico favorites like tamales, rellenos and fajitas.

Performance Santa Fe is back with Einav Yarden, a rising pianist, making her New Mexico debut (Nov. 21) at the Lensic. Born in Israel and based in Berlin, her accolades include performances at the Verbier and Ravinia festivals. Then enjoy a Celtic Family Christmas featuring fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy (Dec. 2).

What began as a modest inn in 1922 grew and evolved over the years to meet the changing expectations of guests. During its last renovation in 2013, the rooms were significantly modernized while still maintaining their historic features. Today, rooms feature blackout shades, robes, slippers, Nespresso machines, and mini-refrigerators.

Under the leadership of Chef Pablo Peñalosa, the onsite restaurant, SkyFire, serves Mexican-inspired fare made from local, New Mexico ingredients. Craft cocktails are taken to a whole new level with spirits infused with fruit grown on the property. Situated around a large fireplace, the decor features warm colors along with Southwest-inspired art and rugs. The ceramic dishes are crafted by local artisan, Kimmy Rohrs.

Named for the patron saint of Santa Fe, the Hotel St. Francis holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. The décor features handcrafted wood furniture by local artisans inspired by the nearby Palace of the Governors, the oldest government building in the United States.

The original Staab residence and carriage house still remain but are joined by 1930s Pueblo Revival-style adobe casitas. All rooms and suites are decorated with traditional Southwestern art along with classic Santa Fe-style furnishings. Some of the casitas have the original thick adobe walls and exposed beams, while others have original hardwood or tile floors. Many of the rooms feature fireplaces.

Westwood hadn't wanted to be a fashion designer; she'd started out as a primary schoolteacher. But she offered to help her boyfriend, Malcolm McLaren, manager of the pioneering punk rock band, The Sex Pistols. Together they opened a music and fashion shop on London's Kings Road.

Dancer and choreographer Stephen "tWitch" Boss (September 29, 1982-December 13, 2022) became the beloved dancing DJ on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," beginning in 2014, and a familiar presence on TikTok, in videos featuring his wife, dancer Allison Holker.

The composer's collaborations with Lynch would extend beyond films such as "Wild at Heart," "Lost Highway," "The Straight Story" and "Mulholland Dr.," to the landmark series "Twin Peaks," which itself spawned a feature film and a reboot series. (Badalamenti received three Emmy nominations for the show.)

She sang or composed songs for several features, from "D.C. Cab" to the animated "All Dogs Go to Heaven." For the Clint Eastwood/Burt Reynolds period comedy "City Heat," she recorded the George and Ira Gershwin ballad, "Embraceable You." Other albums included "Anyone Can See," "What a Feelin'," and "Carasmatic."

In 2006, in his 70s, Lewis' longevity was marked by the release of "Last Man Standing," an album of duets featuring such stars as Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, B.B. King, George Jones, Chuck Berry and Neil Young. Four years later he recorded another album of duets, "Mean Old Man," this time paired with Willie Nelson, Mavis Staples, Tim McGraw, Keith Richards and Sheryl Crow.

After blowing up his Instagram account during COVID, his career took a different turn when he released a gospel album called "Company's Comin'," featuring Dolly Parton, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton, Eddie Vedder and Tanya Tucker.

Born in London to an Irish actress and an English timber merchant, Angela Lansbury (October 16, 1925-October 11, 2022) was forced at a young age to become self-reliant after the death of her father. She was sent by her mother to drama school, first in London, then, after the Blitz, to New York and, ultimately, Hollywood.

Novelist Hilary Mantel (July 6, 1952-September 22, 2022) won the first of her two Booker Prizes for "Wolf Hall," a bloody 16th-century political drama featuring Thomas Cromwell and King Henry VIII. Translated to the stage and television, it launched a trilogy of books about Tudor intrigue that included "Bring Up the Bodies" (which also won the Booker Prize) and "The Mirror and the Light."

Godard would direct more than 125 features, documentaries, shorts, and TV series, including the miniseries "History of Cinema." Credits include "Contempt," with Brigitte Bardot; several starring his then-wife, Anna Karina, such as "A Woman Is a Woman," "Vivre Sa Vie," "Le Petit Soldat," "Alphaville" (a sci-fi homage to film noir detective films), "Pierrot le Fou," "Band of Outsiders," and "Made in U.S.A."; "Masculin Féminin"; "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her," "La Chinoise"; "Weekend"; "Tout Va Bien," with Jane Fonda and Yves Montand; "Every Man for Himself" and "Passion," with Isabelle Huppert; "First Name: Carmen"; "Hail Mary"; "Detective"; "King Lear," featuring himself, Norman Mailer and Woody Allen; "Film Socialisme"; "Goodbye to Language"; and "The Image Book."

Straub taught at a private school before moving with his wife to Ireland, where he studied for his doctorate. Instead of a dissertation, though, he wrote a novel, "Marriages." But after publishing poetry, he tried for more commercial success by writing about the supernatural (given the popularity of "Rosemary's Baby" and "The Exorcist"). "Julia," about a mother whose child had died and is haunted by the ghost of another, was a success, and was turned into a film starring Mia Farrow, "The Haunting of Julia."

In 1978 she starred with John Travolta in the film version of the musical "Grease," which featured their #1 duets, "You're the One That I Want" and "Summer Nights," as well as the #2 hit, "Hopelessly Devoted To You." In 1980 she starred in the film "Xanadu," from which the song "Magic" also hit #1.

A student of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London (two of his fellow classmates were John Hurt and Ian McShane), Warner told The AV Club in 2017 that he had fallen into acting by default: "Academically I was hopeless, and athletically I was hopeless. In my Wikipedia entry, it says I had a messy childhood, and that's the truth! But I sort of drifted into the odd school play, and that was one thing that I kind of felt that I had some enthusiasm for."

Born in Newark, N.J., Blacque (whose real name was Herbert Middleton Jr.) studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, and appeared on Broadway in "The River Niger." He was featured in the Negro Ensemble Company in New York (in "Welcome to Black River" and "Orrin"), and in "So Nice, They Named it Twice" at the Public Theater.

Later movie credits included "The Monitors," "Airport 1975,'' "Without Warning," "S.O.B.," and "A Fine Mess." On TV he was featured on "The Doris Day Show," "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour," "All in the Family," "Love, American Style," "Columbo," "Archie Bunker's Place,'' "Fantasy Island,'' "CHiPS,'' "Harper Valley P.T.A.," "The Love Boat,'' "Married ... With Children," and "Medium Rare." 041b061a72


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