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Joe Coleman (painter) - Exhibitions
... York's Jack Tilton Gallery entitled "Joe Coleman 30 Paintings and a Selection from the Odditorium", curated by Steven Holmes ... in Paris at the Palais de Tokyo, and "Joe Coleman Internal Digging" at Berlin's KW Institut ... Coleman's work together with "Devotio Moderno Joe Coleman/Northern Primitives" paintings by Hans Memling and other 15th century early Netherlandish painters ...
Joe Morris (guitarist)
... Joe Morris (born Joseph Francis Michael Morris, September 13, 1955) is an American jazz guitarist ... with William Parker, Whit Dickey, Rob Brown, Joe Maneri and others ...
Joe - Other Uses
... Joe 1, American codename for the first Soviet nuclear weapon test Joe 4, American codename for the first Soviet test of a thermonuclear weapon Joe FM ...
Joe 90 - Merchandise
... Authentic 1960s associated media for Joe 90 included a Century 21 Toys range comprising friction-drive and battery-operated versions of Professor McClaine's Jet Air Car and Sam Loover's futuristic saloon ... Also available were Joe's WIN briefcase (complete with replica gadgets and pistol) and his WIN badge reading "Most Special Agent" ... Joe 90 was also allotted its own weekly comic, Joe 90 Top Secret, which ran for 34 issues (and included strips based on TV series The Champions and Land of the ...
Joe 90
... Joe 90 is a late-1960s British science-fiction television series documenting the exploits of a nine-year-old boy, Joe McClaine, who embarks on a double life as a schoolboy ... Equipped with the skills of the foremost academic and military minds, Joe enlists in the World Intelligence Network (WIN), becoming its "Most Special Agent", pursuing the ideal of world peace ... First screened in the UK from September 1968 to April 1969 on the ATV network, Joe 90 was the sixth and final Anderson production to have been made exclusively using the form of marionette ...

Famous quotes containing the word joe:

    This might be the end of the world. If Joe lost we were back in slavery and beyond help. It would all be true, the accusations that we were lower types of human beings. Only a little higher than apes. True that we were stupid and ugly and lazy and dirty and, unlucky and worst of all, that God Himself hated us and ordained us to be hewers of wood and drawers of water, forever and ever, world without end.
    Maya Angelou (b. 1928)

    We saw a pair of moose-horns on the shore, and I asked Joe if a moose had shed them; but he said there was a head attached to them, and I knew that they did not shed their heads more than once in their lives.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)