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  • Reading William F. Buckley's piece "Aweigh" (July/August Atlantic) reminded me that before my books started getting published, I supported my writing addiction by refinishing brightwork on yachts.

    When George Meets John

  • "Aweigh"; P.J. O'Rourke, "I Agree With Me"; fiction by Robert Olen Butler; and much more.

    Back Issues

  • After the event he lingered to shake hands as the Central High School marching band blasted out "Anchors Aweigh," "The Halls of Montezuma" and "Into the Wild Blue Yonder."

    Obama Swing-State Visits Surpass Presidential Record

  • A head-spinning stint in Hollywood as a choreographer followed, with Mr. Donen conjuring imaginative routines for "Anchors Aweigh" as well as lesser-known projects.

    Donen Goes Back On the Town

  • Our elementary and high school's civics classes kept us up on the progress of the European war and at our graduation from P.S. 225, we sang the songs of the American military ( "Here We Go Into The Wild Blue Yonder," "Anchors Aweigh," "The Caissons Go Rolling Along," along with the British, French, Soviet and Chinese national anthems.)

    Saul Friedman: A Veteran Newsman Reflects On Friends Who Become Enemies And Vice Versa

  • Our elementary and high schools 'civic classes, kept us up on the progress of the European war and at our graduation from P.S. 225, we sang the songs of the American military ( "Here We Go Into The Wild Blue Yonder," "Anchors Aweigh," "The Caissons Go Rolling Along," along with the British, French, Soviet and Chinese national anthems.)

    Saul Friedman: A Veteran Newsman Reflects--On Friends Who Become Enemies And Vice Versa

  • Navy Band in 1947 in Honolulu, and the Navy is celebrating his birthday today with a series of concerts that apply “Trane's” modal approach to Navy standards such as “Anchors Aweigh”.

    US Navy Honors Coltrane With Birthday Concert

  • The '90s version removed Van Morrison's "Caravan" and also Herb humming "Anchors Aweigh," and the DVD version cut the entire scene where Mr. Carlson and his son listen to "Soul Man," thereby ruining the ending since there was no scene where we get to see them bond.

    WKRP Episode: "Young Master Carlson"

  • Herb humming "Anchors Aweigh" doesn't actually match his mouth movements, but that's the way it was in the original version.

    WKRP Episode: "Young Master Carlson"

  • Anchors Aweigh The NBA star, who was traded to Cleveland on Thursday, paid $18.8 million for the nearly 20,000-square-foot house on 2.5 acres in 2004 and first listed it in 2005.

    FDIC's Bair Cancels Listing After Cutting Home Price

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