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Jacqueline Kennedy

Shortly after JFK was elected as President of the US in 1960, Jacqueline Kennedy stated that she felt she had just turned into a piece of public property. But no matter how intimidating the idea of being the icon of the nation, she enthusiastically embraced her new role with expert political savvy. Jackie was the […] Read more

Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld was born in 1945 on April 29th. Returning to his roots in Brooklyn, New York, he recalled being raised in the town of Massapequa. He always joked it was the Indian name for “by the mall.” Seinfeld graduated from Queens College and got his start in New York comedy clubs while working odd […] Read more

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey has fondly been called Dick Van Dyke on acid, Jerry Lewis on speed, and Mr. Slapstick. Famous for comic roles featuring bodily contortions, silly antics, and bathroom humor, his 1998 film Eternal Sunshine was seen in a very different light by critics and commentators. Terms were used that had never yet been used […] Read more

John F. Kennedy, Jr.

John F. Kennedy Jr’s story began in 1953 with the marriage of his parents who were famous as the original star-crossed political family. He inherited the political ambitions of the family and was the junior senator from Massachusetts. His older brother was killed in WWII. One of America’s most stunning debutantes was his bride. Jacqueline […] Read more

John Glenn

In 1958 the U.S. Manned Space Program began and one of the original Mercury astronauts was John Glenn. He was a national hero when he piloted the “Friendship 7” spacecraft around the Earth three times in less than five hours in 1962. The excitement of that accomplishment made Glenn anxious to do it again, but […] Read more

John Irving

Novels are popular source materials for Hollywood producers, and John Irving has a lot of experience in that arena. Four out of ten novels he wrote went on to become movies. A dark comedy directed by George Roy Hill and starring Robin Williams, The World According to Garp in 1978, in which he also had […] Read more

John Jasper

John Jasper was a noted slave preacher and a community leader in Richmond, Virginia, following the Civil War. Born and raised on a plantation in Fluvanna County, Virginia, Jasper was 13 when he was hired out to work in tobacco factories. Later he labored in the coal mines of Chesterfield County. Self-educated and devoutly Christian, […] Read more

John Muir Quote

From the unpublished journals of John Muir: In God’s wildness lies the hope of the world – the great fresh unblighted, unredeemed wilderness. The galling harness of civilization drops off, and wounds heal ere we are aware […] Read more

John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent did not see the United States until he was 20, even though he was an American. He was born on January 12, 1865, in Florence because his artistic mother was convinced the healing climate of Europe would improve her constitution. John lived as an expatriate for most of his life and traveled […] Read more

John Wilkes Booth

John Wilkes Booth was a stage actor, an assassin, and a supporter of slavery as war raged in 1862. He performed McBeth, Hamlet, Othello, and Romeo in the biggest cities including Cincinnati, New York, and Boston. He played 18 different roles in one year and appeared on stage 167 times […] Read more