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InFrench media company Vivendi merged its entertainment assets with GE, Comcast purchased a controlling interest in the company inand acquired General Electrics remaining stake in WEAF maintained a schedule of radio programs, including some of the first commercially sponsored programs. The early effort fared poorly, since the telegraph lines were susceptible to atmospheric. The Orange Network name was removed from use inat the same time, the Gold Network became part of the Blue Network. In the s, NBC also developed a network for shortwave radio stations, inNBC moved its operations to Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, occupying the upper floors of a building designed by architect Floyd Brown 5.
The series follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital, the title is a play on surgical scrubs and a term for a low-ranking person because at the beginning of the series, most of the main characters are medical interns.
The series is fast-paced, with slapstick and surreal vignettes presented mostly as the daydreams of the character, Dr. The series received a Peabody Award induring the seventh season, NBC announced that it would not renew the show, ABC announced it had picked up the eighth season of the series, which began January 6, The ninth season premiered on December 1, and on May 14, most episodes feature multiple story lines thematically linked by voice-overs done by Braff, as well as the comical daydreams of J.
According to Bill Lawrence, What we decided was, rather than have it be a monotone narration and it opened up a visual medium that those of us as comedy writers were not used to.
Actors were given the chance to improvise their lines on set with encouragement by series creator Bill Lawrence, with Neil Flynn, almost every episode title for the first eight seasons begins with the word My. Bill Lawrence says this is because each episode is Dr. John Dorian writing in his diary, a few episodes are told from another characters perspective and have episode titles like His Story or Her Story. Apart from a period of narration from J. The transfer of the duties usually occurs at a moment of physical contact between two characters.
Starting with season nine, the titles start with Our. The webisodes that accompanied season eight, Scrubs, Interns, also were named Our, for the first eight seasons, the series featured seven main cast members, with numerous other characters recurring throughout the course of the series. Starting with the season, many of the original cast left as regular characters. Zach Braff portrays John Michael J.
Dorian, the shows protagonist, J. His voice-over to the series comes from his thoughts and often features surreal fantasies. Harlem — Harlem is a large neighborhood in the northern section of the New York City borough of Manhattan. Since the s, Harlem has been known as a major African-American residential, cultural, originally a Dutch village, formally organized init is named after the city of Haarlem in the Netherlands.
Harlems history has been defined by a series of economic boom-and-bust cycles, African-American residents began to arrive by a lot inwith numbers fed by the Great Migration. In the s and s, Central and West Harlem were the focus of the Harlem Renaissance, however, with job losses in the time of the Great Depression and the deindustrialization of New York City after World War II, rates of crime and poverty increased significantly.
Harlems African-American population peaked in the s, in the second half of the 20th century, Harlem became a major hub of African-American businesses. Inthe United States Census found that for the first time since the s, less than half of residents were black, since New York Citys revival in the late 20th century, long-time residents of Harlem have been experiencing the effects of gentrification and new wealth.
Harlem is located in Upper Manhattan, often referred to as Uptown by locals. A chain of three large linear parks—Morningside Park, St. The bulk of the falls under Manhattan Community Board No. Morningside Heights is located in the southern most section of West Harlem, Manhattanville begins at roughly rd Street and extends northward to th Street.
Between anda few settlements were established, during the American Revolution, the British burned Harlem to the ground.
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It took a time to rebuild, as Harlem grew more slowly than the rest of Manhattan during the late 18th century. After the American Civil War, Harlem experienced an economic boom starting inthe neighborhood continued to serve as a refuge for New Yorkers, but increasingly those coming north were poor and Jewish or Italian 7.
Despite dropping out of school, he transformed himself into one of American televisions most prominent journalists. Jennings started his early, hosting a Canadian radio show at the age of nine.
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InABC News tapped him to anchor its evening news program. His inexperience was attacked by critics and others in television news, Jennings became a foreign correspondent inreporting from the Middle East. He returned as one of World News Tonights three anchors inand was promoted to the role of sole anchor inin addition to anchoring, he was the host of many ABC News special reports and moderated several American presidential debates.
Having always been fascinated with the United States, Jennings became a naturalized United States citizen inPeter Jennings started his broadcasting career at the age of nine, hosting Peters People, a half-hour, Saturday morning, CBC Radio show for kids.
He struggled academically, and Jennings later surmised that it was out of pure boredom that he failed 10th grade, and for reasons I dont understand, I was pretty lazy.
Jennings then briefly attended Carleton University, where he says he lasted about 10 minutes before dropping out and he also attended the University of Ottawa. Although Jennings dreamed of following in his fathers footsteps in broadcasting and he had hoped that the company would assign him to its Havana branch, instead, it located him to the small town of Prescott, Ontario, before transferring him to its nearby Brockville branch. During this time, he explored acting by appearing in amateur musical productions with the Orpheus Musical Theatre Society, including Damn Yankees.
It was in Brockville that the year-old Jennings started his rise in broadcasting. InCFJR, a radio station, hired him as a member of its news department, many of his stories.
When the station launched in MarchJennings was initially an interviewer and co-producer for Vue and his producers saw a youthful attractiveness in him that resembled that of Dick Clark, and Jennings soon found himself hosting Club Thirteen, a dance show similar to American Bandstand.
Brandy Norwood — Brandy Rayana Norwood, known professionally as Brandy, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and actress. Born into a family in McComb, Mississippi and raised in Carson, California, she began her career as a child.
InNorwood signed with Atlantic Records, the following year, she released her self-titled debut album, which was certified quadruple Platinum in the US, selling six million copies worldwide. Norwood starred in the UPN sitcom Moesha as the title character and her second album, Never Say Never, sold 16 million copies worldwide, featured two number one singles, and earned Norwood her first Grammy Award. This launched her international stardom, with films, endorsements, sold out concert tours. Throughout the s, Norwood held a position in the pop industry.
Inshe starred in the reality series Brandy, Special Delivery and her third and fourth albums, Full Moon and Afrodisiac, were released to critical and commercial success. She served as a judge on the first season of Americas Got Talent before being involved in a widely publicized car accident inafter several lawsuits stemming from the accident, Norwoods fifth album, Human, was released to commercial failure.
While there is no perfect plan for working through this life challenge, and solutions are as individual as the people involved, helping our aging relatives navigate their golden years is an act of kindness and compassion. The authors learned during their own caregiving journeys that specific and practical advice is a blessing, and so we will share what we learned. For Lisa, it began by caring for both of her parents, who lived two hours away. When her mother was failing, Lisa found her a place in a nearby medical facility, and her father came to live with her and her family.
Then after the death of her mother, Lisa helped her father pack up and sell his house and move into a nearby continuing care facility. Getting to know the social worker, chaplain, and head nurse was helpful as well. During that time, her father moved in for his final months. Many time, space, and financial adjustments needed to be made. Meal prep became more complicated. Their house was already full, but they reassigned bedrooms. Bathroom time was at a premium.
Althea left her part-time job. The whole family had to make adjustments. Each family member served both the care-needer and the caregiver according to his or her ability and skill. The children kept Grandma company, prepared her meals, and gave personal care.
God graciously sustained them during these difficult years, often providing creative solutions to specific challenges through her parents themselves, her brothers, and their church family and friends. In the story at the beginning of this article, the caregiver was a daughter like us. In fact, 75 percent of caregivers are women, 85 percent care for a relative or loved one, and 70 percent are between the ages of 50 and The average caregiver lives 20 minutes away and gives care Thirty-five percent of caregivers provide help in their own home, and 48 percent in the home of the recipient.
The average duration of providing care is four years. This can be a highly stressful time, and the whole family needs to be close to the Lord throughout the whole journey. There should be ongoing conversations among the parents, the caregiving child, her siblings, and her children throughout this journey. While it is true that death is a powerful enemy, that the process of decline is a huge unknown with new difficulties arising often, and that some families find it very hard to talk about end-of-life issues, we Christians have the rock-solid assurance of being present with the Lord after our bodies stop working.
To have someone who loves us walk with us through the process is a gift both to be received and to be given. Advice for Aging Parents Be proactive. Put your house in order while you are healthy. Before Moses died, God gave him directives regarding the leadership and the future for the people of Israel. Moses obeyed God and put the house of Israel in order before he died Deut.
We strongly suggest you finalize your legal matters. Have a will, a financial power of attorney, and an advanced directive and medical power of attorney made or update your previous ones, and make sure all financial accounts have up-to-date beneficiaries IRAs, pensions, life insurance, annuities.
We also suggest you set up a joint checking account with your caregiver and have a cell phone to use in emergencies. While these matters are your decision, telling your children ahead of time may ease their grieving process and may lessen family discord after your death.
Assets also include special personal possessions, so make a list or an album of pictures to indicate who is to get what. Also, one child needs to be in charge of your care, handle your important documents, and help you communicate with other family members. The child doing the caregiving filters communications from medical people and financial companies, and then makes appropriate decisions.
We suggest that you send letters to all relevant people, stating that your caregiver has your permission to discuss you, your benefits, and your assets. Explain your medical insurance and prescription plan to your caregiver.
A list of all your medicines, doctors, pharmacy, insurance information, and emergency contacts, along with a brief medical history, significant health conditions, and special needs should be in a prominent location in your house and in your purse or wallet.
This is extremely helpful to ambulance and emergency room personnel. If they suggest that repairing the roof should be left to others now, be gracious about that as well.
Regarding your final arrangements, investigate pre-need funeral and cemetery planning. You might save some money. Ask your pastor what planning can be done for your funeral or memorial service beforehand and make a list of suggested hymns and Scripture. You might consider writing a very brief autobiography to be submitted to the funeral director for an obituary and to the pastor for the funeral service bulletin.
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Advice for the Caregiving Child and Siblings Our parents nurtured and protected us as we were growing up; now it is our turn to care for and advocate for them. Remind your parents that God wants you to honor them in their declining years. It is important that your parents know that you are not trying to take away their independence, but want to be their backup. If your parents have not developed a plan for the future as they become debilitated, encourage them to do so.
Be sure everyone understands the plan: