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  1. Our D’Alfonso-Curran brand was started in 2006 with the concept of showcasing ultra-premium, vineyard-designated Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays from the Sta. Rita Hills AVA and top vineyards in Santa Barbara County, respectively.

  2. Curran is married with four living children, three daughters and one son. His youngest daughter, Katie , is a state district court judge and the wife of former Governor Martin O'Malley , his middle daughter, Alice, is the chief financial officer at Miami Country Day School, [ citation needed ] a private school in South Florida, and his son, J. Joseph "Max" Curran, is a partner at the Saul ...

  3. For the episode of the same name, see Barbara Gordon (episode). Barbara Gail Gordon is a main character in the Titans TV series. She is the commissioner of Gotham City Police Department and a former vigilante named Batgirl. Barbara Gordon was born to Police Commissioner Jim Gordon. She grew up in Gotham City and would eventually take on the role of Batgirl, one of Batman’s protégés. During ...

  4. Barbara Ann Neely (often self-stylized as BarbaraNeely; November 30, 1941 – March 2, 2020) was an African-American novelist, short story writer and activist who wrote murder mysteries. Her first novel, Blanche on the Lam (1992), introduced the protagonist Blanche White, a middle-aged mother, domestic worker and amateur detective. [2]

  5. My Lady's Choosing: An Interactive Romance Novel [Curran, Kitty, Zageris, Larissa] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. My Lady's Choosing: An Interactive Romance Novel

  6. Robin Gayle Wright (Dallas, Texas; 8 de abril de 1966) es una actriz y directora estadounidense.Es famosa en el mundo principalmente por sus interpretaciones de Buttercup en The Princess Bride, Jenny Curran en Forrest Gump y Claire Underwood en la serie House of Cards.

  7. Barbara Bel Geddes passed away on August 8, 2005, just 1 year after her former Dallas (1978) co-star, Howard Keel, passed away on November 7, 2004. Keel co-starred as Bel Geddes's second husband. Was let go of her role on Dallas (1978), at the end of the seventh season, because of the dispute she had with the producers.