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Julio Palmaz

Julio Palmaz Born: 1945 Birthplace: Argentina, Palmaz Intravascular Stent—The Palmaz® Stent was the …

Julio Cesar Chavez

Julio Cesar ChavezBorn: July 12, 1962Mexican boxer world jr. welterweight champ (1989-94); also held titles as jr. lightweight (1984-87) and lightweight (1987-89); won over 100 bouts; 90-bout …

1967 National Book Awards

Arts and LettersMr. Clemens and Mark Twain: A Biography, Justin KaplanFictionThe Fixer, Bernard MalamudHistory and BiographyThe Enlightenment, Vol. I: An Interpretation: The Rise of Modern Pag…

Nicolaus August Otto

Nicolaus August Otto Born: 1832 Birthplace: Holzhausen, Germany Gas motor engine—Otto introduced the four-stroke piston cycle on which mo…

Michael Chang

Michael Chang Born: Feb. 22, 1972Tennis won the 1989 French Open , becoming the youngest men's champion of a grand slam event (17 years, 3 months.); went 11 consecutive years (1988-98) with …

Amy Chow

Amy ChowBorn: May 15, 1978Gymnast member of the “Magnificent Seven” U.S. women's team that won the gold medal at the 1996 Olympics; also won silver in the uneven bars in 1996; U.S.…

Lovers of the Arctic Circle

Director: Julio MedemFine Line Features; R; 112 minutesRelease: 4/99Cast: Fele Martinez, Najwa Nimri Amid a season of romantic comedies, Lovers of the Arctic Circle provides a much-needed brea…

Louis W. Parker

Louis W. Parker Born: 1906 Birthplace: Budapest, Hungary Television receiver—Parker is best known for th…

Ernest Gallo Biography

vinterDied: March 6, 2007 (Modesto, California) Best Known as: vintner With little more than a high-school education, Gallo created one of the world's la…

1998 Dance Magazine Awards

Jeraldyne Blundenfounder, Dayton Contemporary Dance CompanyJulio Boccadancer, American Ballet Theatre and Ballet ArgentinoSuki Schorerteacher, School of American BalletDame Ninette de Valoisfo…