Vernon Dobson. Reverend Vernon Nathaniel Dobson (October 29, 1923 – January 26, 2013), was a Baptist minister and civil rights activist in Baltimore, Maryland. Vernon Dobson, the son of Rev. Spencer Dobson and Mrs.
Yeongsan hoesang. Yeongsan hoesang (영산회상; 靈山會相) is a Korean court music repertoire originated from Buddhist music. Originally sung with 7 words chanting Yeongsan hoesang bulbosal, the piece told the Buddha’s sermon in Mount Yeongsan, India, according to Lotus Sutra.
Vincent Canby, writing for The New York Times, described it as avant-garde. Canby noted that the film seemed to have a possibly unintentional social commentary, with the majority-white audience giving the black fist to the majority-African American performers.
James S. Alban. James S. Alban was a member of the Wisconsin State Senate. Alban was born James Shane Alban on April 7, 1810 in Jefferson County, Ohio. He would marry Amanda Harris. They would have five children.
Her fastest run that year was 1:11:10 hours, which brought her the title at the Saint Denis Half Marathon. She made her debut over the marathon distance at the 2012 Xiamen Marathon in China and although she was some minutes behind the winner Ashu Kasim, she claimed second place with a debut time of 2:31:30 hours.
New York voters chose 29 electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, against Republican challenger and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and his running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan.
Before returning to New York, the Needlemans visit Pastor Nelson’s church one last time. The Pastor and Jake burn the mortgage papers and the entire congregation celebrates the mortgage’s being paid off, and the Needlemans enjoy the Negro spirituals.