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"...Fitting, then, that the crafty Brooklyn label memorializes the half-century anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination with these 16 obscure, country tribute tunes, most of them released on tiny regional labels in the wake of JFK's death..."
"...Suggestion: Utterly unsolvable or not, you'll want to check this shit out, citizen. If history, as James Joyce's Stephen Dedalus put it in Ulysses, is a nightmare from which we're trying to awake … and if laughter really is the best medicine … then this multivalent parody, with its many terrific Paul Stranger illustrations, is just the sort of cartoonish literary methamphetamine to roust you from whatever unpleasant dreams might accompany the upcoming 50th anniversary of our beloved Jack Kennedy's death...."
"...Last Friday, Cruz penned a piece on Kennedy for the National Review Online on the death and legacy of the 35th president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy...."
"...Howard, the other two teachers, had tears in their eyes. "President Kennedy has been shot and has died..."
"...The assignment was very simple – I asked a range of good thinkers and writers to write, very briefly, on "John F. Kennedy and/or the assassination," in any way they chose..."
"...Nixon ignored the appeal. The Kennedy camp did not..."
"...A good example is the case of John F. Kennedy..."
"...Dear Editor, Compared to later Democratic presidents like Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton (a Democrat in name only) or Barack Obama, John F. Kennedy was more politically conservative – he came from great personal wealth and realized this made him greatly privileged..."
"...For three years in the early Nineties, I was involved with the Assassination Symposium on John F. Kennedy (ASK) staged by South by Southwest organizers in Dallas..."
"...Parkland chalks one up for the little people, the largely unheralded workers and citizens who were just going about their lives on that fateful day in Dallas when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963..."
"...Here's a round-up of resources and archives to assist in understanding the life and legacy of John F. Kennedy as well as the traumatic events of November 22, 1963...."
"...(Only the famously reticent Neil Armstrong is absent.) It's easy these days to forget that the entire Apollo space program, begun mere months after John F. Kennedy's inauguration, was born of not only fearless test pilots who displayed Tom Wolfe's innate sense of "the right stuff" but also of horn-rimmed eggheads and whiz kids toiling down in Houston, inventing whole the mechanical devices and contraptions needed to let human beings slip the bonds of earthly gravity..."
"...I once read a review that said Cliff Robertson played the young John F. Kennedy in PT 109 as though he knew he'd be elected president one day; Downey plays Chaplin as though he just can't get over the impending tragedy of his decline, even from the beginning, over four decades away – a tone which seriously screws up the biography of a comic genius..."
"...On every TV channel simultaneously, President John F. Kennedy told us that the Russians had missiles in commie Cuba: "We will not prematurely or unnecessarily risk the costs of worldwide nuclear war in which even the fruits of victory would be ashes in our mouth, but neither will we shrink from that risk at any time it must be faced."..."
"...Betty Siegel, administrator for the local service organization Austin Access Arts, has accepted the post of Director of Accessibility at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C..."
"...Do you have an “authentic Texan face”? If so, you might want to mosey that face over to an open casting call for Parkland, which will dramatize the day of JFK’s assassination. (Parkland refers to the Dallas hospital where President Kennedy died.) The film is set to shoot in and around Austin in January and February of 2013...."
"...He authored Dealey Plaza, site of President John F. Kennedy assassination in 1963..."
"...When asked what she fed her German Shepherd puppy, Jackie smiled slyly and said, "Reporters." If John F. Kennedy were president now, when we scrutinize the private lives of our public officials so intensely, instead of in the Sixties, it seems unlikely that he would have survived the presidency, even if he hadn't been assassinated..."
"...The U.S., led by John F. Kennedy, found out..."
"...Hours before he was scheduled to board Air Force One and fly to Austin, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated..."