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… commissions, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Computer Arts in 1999, and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for Sculpture in 1994.

Zunafish is owned by Zunafish Ventures, a New York State corporation. The company is privately financed and headquartered in New York City, New York. The site was conceived and developed by Billy Bloom and Dan Elias. Development began in January 2003, and the site was launched in January 2006.

Zummo is senior faculty advisor with the New York Arts Program, a New York City-based project of Ohio Wesleyan University and the Great Lakes Colleges Association, and artistic director of The Loris Bend Foundation, a nonprofit presenter of music, dance, and media.

Zuill was arrested in September 2009 in Atlanta for his involvement in cannabis and cocaine distribution and was sentenced to do time in prison. He was granted a supervised release from a New York prison in October 2011 after pleading guilty earlier in the year. In Bermuda, he was once more charged with drugs trafficking in March 2013.

… addition to supporting efforts of stricter piracy laws, they have also on numerous occasions gone after selected individuals in addition to pirate hosting websites. Some of the most notable cases have included, a well publicized lawsuit with Justin.tv in 2011 and a $32 million settlement involving a New York man in 2014.

Zoobiquity is a 2012 non-fiction science book co-written by the cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers. It was a New York Times Bestseller.

Zonite Products Corporation was a New York City based company formed in 1922. Headquartered in the Chrysler Building, it became a leader in the medical preparations field starting in 1930. In February 1930, it purchased for $215,000 the…

Gracie Square Hospital in New York City and she works as a mental health care professional. He father was a New York City real-estate developer. The Richard and Cynthia Zirinsky Center for Bipolar Disorder is named after her parents and located…

Zigler has also been a subject in a New York Times article that raises questions about the ethics of his role as both Pro Disc Investigator as an investor in the company that manufactured the Pro Disc implant.

ZieherSmith is a New York City contemporary art gallery run by Andrea Smith Zieher and Scott Zieher.

She released her own memoir, The Maddie Diaries, in 2017, which became a New York Times Best Seller. Ziegler is writing a trilogy of novels for middle-grade readers with volumes scheduled to be published in 2017, 2018 and 2019. The series…

Ziegler was a judge on the 2016 season of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation, toured with Sia in North America in late 2016 and toured in Australia with her sister in early 2017. Her 2017 memoir, The Maddie Diaries, is a New York Times Best Seller. She made her feature film debut in The Book of Henry (2017).

Zeigler became a New York Giant in 2000, where he also became the starting center, from 2000 to 2001, starting all 16 games during those two years. In 2000, the Giants won the NFC championship game of the 2000-01 NFL playoffs, but lost…

Zayas has been a member of the LAByrinth Theater Company since 1992, a New York City-based traveling actors group. He branched out into television and film projects, and has diversified with guest roles in such popular television series such as New York Undercover, Person of Interest, and NYPD Blue. At LAByrinth, he met his future wife, actress Liza Colón.

Zarela Martinez (born in Agua Prieta, Mexico) is a New York City-based restaurateur and cookbook author. She learned cooking from her mother Aida Gabilondo, also a cookbook author. Martinez serves on the Board of Directors for the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York.

Zahn has three children with Richard Cohen, a New York City real estate developer. Cohen is Jewish and they are raising the children in his faith.

… for his Histoires de Frontières. In the autumn of 2004, Lambert spent five weeks in New York photographing life in the city streets. This led to an exhibition at the Maison du Luxembourg à New York titled Chroniques New-Yorkaises.

Yvette Mattern (born San Juan, Puerto Rico) is a New York and Berlin based visual artist whose work has an emphasis on video and film, which frequently intersects performance, public art and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited internationally.

… provide any conclusive evidence for the treasure’s origin, although the soil residue found on the artefacts was proved to match the samples of soil from the area. After the breakup of Yugoslavia the newly independent Croatia pressed on with the case and included the results of the soil analysis in its formal ownership claim to a New York court.

… humanitarian work. In early 2009, when she was 11-12, she wrote a blog under a pseudonym for the BBC Urdu detailing her life during the Taliban occupation of Swat. The following summer, journalist Adam B. Ellick made a New York Times…

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