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Antonio Banderas

Name at birth: José Antonio Dominguez BanderasSpanish actor Antonio Banderas is a stylish leading man of stage and screen who won an Oscar nomination in 2020 for his role as an aging film director in…

San Antonio

(Encyclopedia) San Antonio săn ăntō´nēō, əntōn´ [key], city (1990 pop. 935,933), seat of Bexar co., S central Tex., at the source of the San Antonio River; inc. 1837. The third largest…

Antonio Banderas Biography

Antonio Banderas (José Antonio Dominguez Banderas)actor, musicianBorn: 8/10/1960Birthplace: Málaga, Spain This smoldering Spanish heartthrob first splashed onto the big screen in the states in…

Juan Antonio Samaranch Biography

president of the International Olympic CommitteeBorn: 7/17/1920Died: 4/21/2010 (Barcelona, Spain) Best Known as: president of the International Olympic Committee…

Juan Antonio Samaranch

Juan Antonio SamaranchBorn: July 17, 1920president of International Olympic Committee (1980-2001) the native of Barcelona was re-elected in 1996 after IOC's move in '95 to bump membership age…

Antonio de Almeida Biography

Antonio de Almeidaconductor, musicologist authority on Offenbach; influential in reviving the works of Massenet, Duparc and Chausson Born: 1928Died: 1997William Alland1997 DeathsEugenie M.…

San Antonio, Tex.

Mayor: Ivy Taylor (to May 2017) City Manager: Sheryl L. Sculley 2010 census population (rank): 1,327,407 (7); Male…

Pablo Antonio Cuadra 2002 Deaths

Pablo Antonio CuadraAge: 89 Nicaraguan poet who was an acolyte of Rubén Darío and a student of French classic poets Verlaine and Rimbaud. Once a conservative and a follower of Somoza, Cuadra…

Antonio Villaraigosa, 2005 News

Los Angeles politician, was elected mayor of the city in May, defeating incumbent James Hahn, 59% to 41%. Villaraigosa, the city's first Hispanic mayor since 1872, faces the daunting task…