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Brewer's: Jerome

(St.). Generally represented as an aged man in a cardinal's dress, writing or studying, with a lion seated beside him. The best painting of this saint is The Communion of St. Jerome, by Dom…

Alan Rothenberg

Alan RothenbergBorn: Apr. 10, 1939Soccer president of U.S. Soccer 1990-98; surprised European skeptics by directing hugely successful 1994 World Cup tournament; successfully got oft-delayed ou…

Marvin Rothenberg Biography

Marvin Rothenbergtelevision ad director Though neither his face nor his name may be familiar, his work certainly is. Rothenberg directed Lucky Strike's dancing cigarettes and made Palmolive's…

Laura Rothenberg 2003 Deaths

Laura RothenbergAge: 22 college student who chronicled her battle with cystic fibrosis in an audio diary, which was broadcast on National Public Radio's “All Things Considered.” Sh…

St. Jerome

Name at birth: Eusebius HieronymousAlso known as Sophronius, Jerome was a medieval church scholar, first a hermit and then a secretary to Pope Damasus in the 380s. From there he went to Palestine and…

Jerome Bunty CHAFFEE

Senate Years of Service: 1876-1879Party: RepublicanCHAFFEE, Jerome Bunty, a Delegate from the Territory of Colorado and a Senator from Colorado; born in Niagara County, N.Y., April 17, 1825; at…

Jerome Robbins 1998 Deaths

Jerome RobbinsAge: 79 legendary Broadway choreographer, celebrated for his ablity to successfully combine pop-culture and high art.Died: July 29, 1998.Risen StarR - ZT. Wayne Robertson …

Jerome Weidman 1998 Deaths

Jerome WeidmanAge: 85 revered New York novelist and playwright who first made a splash with his novel I Can Get It for You Wholesale and later won a Pulitzer Prize with George Abbott for their…

Jerome Richardson 2000 Deaths

Jerome Richardson jazz flutist and saxophonist who was a founding member of the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra. He collaborated with Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Sarah Vaughan, and Miles Da…

Jerome Hines 2003 Deaths

Jerome HinesAge: 81 bass who was the Metropolitan Opera's longest-performing vocalist. He played 45 characters in his 41 years with the Met. Died: New York City, Feb. 4, 2003Gregory HinesG - L…