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  1. 07/01/2022 · The 1960s and 1970s were a golden age for Howard Johnson’s, the restaurant/hotel with the orange roof, but by the end of the 1970s, competition from fast food chains like McDonald’s and climbing oil prices, which cut back on the old-fashioned American family road trip, would signal the beginning of the end.

  2. The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising four secondary, six primary schools and, following the recent merger with the LIFT Partnership, three special schools. We hope that our family of schools will soon be joined by another special school, Betchwood Vale Academy.

  3. The Howard medal was introduced after Howard’s death, and takes the form of a Bronze medal with the motif of an ideal city. The medal remains one of the most prestigious awards in the sector. In almost 90 years, the medal has been awarded 11 times and the names are a stellar cast of Garden City giants beginning with Raymond Unwin in 1938 and ending with Colin Ward and Sir Peter Hall in 1999.

  4. 17/06/2022 · Howard Marks, who has died aged 70 of cancer, was Britain’s best-known and most charming drug smuggler, and also a successful author and raconteur. He translated a lifetime of international cannabis dealing and a long stretch in an American jail into a bestselling book, Mr Nice (1996), and a career as a stand-up performer.

  5. 02/02/2022 · She was born in Notasulga, Alabama on January 15, 1891. At a young age, her family relocated to Eatonville, Florida where they flourished. Her father became one of the town’s first mayors. In 1917, Hurston enrolled at Morgan College, where she completed her high school studies. She then attended Howard University and earned an associate’s ...

  6. SALE: Historic Landmarks of Philadelphia. To celebrate the Independence Day holiday, we’re offering a special discount on Roger W. Moss’s Historic Landmarks of Philadelphia, a lavishly illustrated volume that showcases some of Philadelphia’s most prominent sights, including Independence Hall, Boathouse Row, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Eastern State Penitentiary, the Academy of Music, the ...

  7. Catalina Howard (hacia 1523-13 de febrero de 1542) fue reina consorte de Inglaterra desde 1540 hasta 1541 como esposa de Enrique VIII.. Catalina era hija de Lord Edmund Howard y Joyce Culpeper, además de prima de Ana Bolena (segunda esposa de Enrique VIII) y sobrina de Thomas Howard, III duque de Norfolk, quien era un político prominente en la corte del rey, asegurando a Catalina un lugar en ...