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  • I've always said that my race is called Eartha, because I made my name through the help of the public.

    CNN Transcript Dec 26, 2008

  • But as Eartha Jane Melzer reports at The Michigan Messenger, Sen. Debbie Stabenow D-MI has become the latest senator to propose taking away the EPA's authority over greenhouse gasses this week.

    The Media Consortium: Weekly Mulch: Obama Lacks Vision on Energy, Stomach to Defend EPA

  • Dean takes Katherine Dunham's class with Eartha Kitt, who was a Dunham dancer from age 16-20, approximately, touring Europe and becoming cabaret star in Paris.

    Debra Levine: James Dean Broods... and Dances

  • With Eartha the process will not, I think, be so straightforward.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • No sooner had I successfully navigated in respect of Sunny the five stages of the grieving process per Elisabeth Kübler-Ross than news of the death from cancer on Christmas Day of Eartha Kitt appeared in the New York Times.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • This cowardly whispering campaign was mounted because, whilst visiting the White House, Eartha Kitt made the mistake of telling Lady Bird Johnson exactly what she thought of the Vietnam War, and evidently the President thought it worth taking some action, however inappropriate, and, incidentally, illegal.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Eartha Pond is aiming to compete in both the women's handball and football events at 2012.

    London 2012: best of the web | Kenny Wastell

  • Also in Manhattan, a pristine studio with parquet floors in an Art Deco building near the No. 2 and 3 trains at 125th Street beckons buyers with its $85,000 price tag and historic pedigree—Eartha Kitt, Della Reese and Billy Eckstine once lived there.

    Picking Over the Low End

  • The South African actress, who won a Best Actress Oscar for playing serial killer Aileen Wuornos in 2003 film Monster, was overjoyed to learn that she has joned high profile contenders Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie as one of the stars up for the coveted role previously played by Eartha Kitt, Julie Newmar, and Halle Berry.

    Charlize Theron: GQ July 2008

  • Ingenious, yes, but not director Peter Rowe's ingenuity – it is a steal from New Faces of 1952, the revue which introduced us to Eartha Kitt.

    Letters: Big business society

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