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Abbe Lane Abbe Lane (born Abigail Francine Lassman; December 14, 1932) is an American singer and actress.
Noche Crist In the summer of 2008 (May 27 through July 27), Independent Curator Vivienne M. Lassman presented the well-researched "Noche Crist: A Romanian Revelation" for the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. Lassman recreated Noche’s pink boudoir installation in the center of this posthumous retrospective and incorporated edited video and audio DVDs of interviews with Crist and her friends.
List of The Apprentice candidates (UK series ten) Age: 27; Director- Pub Quiz Company. Lassman was brought into the boardroom four times during the process, but survived all of them. He placed third in the programme.
Jane Austen in popular culture In 2007, the article "Rejecting Jane" by British author David Lassman, which examined how Austen would fare in the modern day publishing industry, achieved worldwide attention when Austen's work—submitted under a pseudonym—was rejected by numerous publishers.
Play for P.I.N.K. Play for P.I.N.K. (Prevention, Immediate diagnosis, New technology, Knowledge) is a fundraising organization founded by Laura Lassman in 1990. Lassman first organized a tournament in Bergen County, New Jersey to support a friend undergoing breast cancer treatment. Since then, "Play for P.I.N.K." has served as the catalyst for 300 fundraisers held by volunteers in 28 states annually. In December 2013, the Board of "Play for P.I.N.K." gave "The Breast Cancer Research Foundation" a contribution of $4,250,000; a record-breaking amount. Through 2014, "Play for P.I.N.K." volunteers raised $34 million for breast cancer research – funding 17 research projects in the 2014 fiscal year.
Rejecting Jane "Rejecting Jane" is the title of a 2007 article by British author David Lassman. The article, which was published in Issue 28 of "Jane Austen's Regency World" magazine, is a critique of the publishing industry through their inadvertent rejection of Jane Austen.
Joe Sumner In 2010, the day after performing a concert, Sumner found videos of the show on YouTube that fans had filmed with their smartphones. Speculating that fans' clips could be linked into an interesting compilation, he co-founded the company Vyclone with David King Lassman to create a product of the same name.
Charlie Ganzel Ganzel was born in Waterford, Wisconsin, in 1862. His parents, Charles Ganzel, Sr. (1837–1916) and Elizabeth (Lassman) Ganzel (1840–1911), moved the family to Kalamazoo, Michigan, in 1887. Ganzel reportedly played several years of independent baseball in the Midwest before his major league career began in 1884.
Play for P.I.N.K. The "Wall Street Journal" reports: "Where other organizations may see fatigue with walks, runs and other sporting events, Ms. Lassman says that Play for P.I.N.K. has grown annually. "We're going strong," she says. "Every day we keep getting more and more calls. We're not waning."
Competitive Enterprise Institute CEI is an outspoken opponent of government action by the Environmental Protection Agency that would require limits on greenhouse gas emissions. It favors free-market environmentalism, and supports the idea that market institutions are more effective in protecting the environment than is government. CEI President Kent Lassman wrote on the organization's blog that, "there is no debate about whether the Earth’s climate is warming," that "human activities very likely contribute to that warming," and that "this has long been the CEI’s position."