CultWatch ‘09: the happy harems of British Columbia
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Born Charles Van Johnson on August 15, 1916. During high school he performed at the social clubs of New York. After graduating, Van found work as a dancer for various Broadway performances. In a cast that included actress/comedienne Imogene Coca, Van performed in the “New Faces of 1936" program. In the winter of 1941, Van worked as Gene Kelly’s understudy in the Broadway production of “Pal Joey.”
In September it was revealed that Blackwater had been “tapped” by the Pentagon’s Counter Narcoterrorism Technology Program Office to compete for a share of a five-year, $15 billion budget “to fight terrorists with drug-trade ties.” According to the Army Times, the contract “could include antidrug technologies and equipment, special vehicles and aircraft, communications, security training, pilot training, geographic information systems and in-field support.”