Some articles on bob hope, hope:
... The PGA Tour's Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, which was an existing tournament (The Desert Classic) renamed in recognition of the comedian's lifelong passion for the game, 1966 America's Tribute ... Bob Hope Drive, streets in both Burbank (where there is also an airport named after him) and Rancho Mirage, California ... location of Eisenhower Medical Center which Hope and his wife were instrumental in creating ...
... The name seems to be derived from North Hope, to distinguish it from the nearby village of Hope, which has also been known as East Hope ...
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... Hope is a belief in a positive outcome ... Hope may also refer to Hope (virtue), one of the three theological virtues in Christian tradition Hope (political party), in Slovakia ...
... of what is called "The One Goddess") imbued humanity with hope and with Synthesis, a potent but subtle form of dream magic ... They are heretics, warriors, dreamers, and leaders who hope to build something even when society has abandoned them ... It focuses on themes of spirituality, horror, and the cost of hope in a world that has gone terribly wrong ...
Famous quotes containing the words theatre, bob and/or hope:
“Glorious bouquets and storms of applause ... are the trimmings which every artist naturally enjoys. But to move an audience in such a role, to hear in the applause that unmistakable note which breaks through good theatre manners and comes from the heart, is to feel that you have won through to life itself. Such pleasure does not vanish with the fall of the curtain, but becomes part of ones own life.”
—Dame Alice Markova (b. 1910)
“No construction stiff working overtime takes more stress and straining than we did just to stay high.”
—Gus Van Sant, U.S. screenwriter and director, and Dan Yost. Bob Hughes (Matt Dillon)
“It is the light
At the end of the tunnel as it might be seen
By him looking out somberly at the shower,
The picture of hope a dying man might turn away from,
Realizing that hope is something else, something concrete
You cant have.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)