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Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Jun 23 2022
–Universal Crossword – Dec 27 2021
–Premier Sunday – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Dec 12 2021
–USA Today Crossword – Apr 3 2021
–Universal Crossword – Dec 17 2020
–LA Times Crossword 15 Nov 20, Sunday
–Universal Crossword – Jul 9 2020
NY Times Crossword 17 Jun 19, Monday
Random information on the term “Brainchild”:
Brainchild was a Youngstown, Ohio-based supergroup formed in 1969. Original members consisted of vocalist Joe Pizzulo, guitarist Larry Paxton, bassist Bill Bodine, drummer John Grazier, and keyboardists Ronny Lee and Danny Marshall. Later members were vocalist/drummer Dave Freeland, and vocalist “Odie” Crook. They disbanded at the end of 1972.
Keyboardist Ronny Lee would later join another group from Youngstown called Law, who would become the opening act for The Who.
Vocalist Joe Pizzulo went on to achieve massive success in the early/mid-1980s as a member of Sergio Mendes’ band, providing lead vocals on the smash hits “Never Gonna Let You Go” and “Alibis,” among others.
Nearly 30 years after their break up Brainchild members reunited in 2002 for a series of charity concerts.
Random information on the term “IDEA”:
Idea Vilariño Romani (Montevideo, 18 August 1920 – 28 April 2009) was a Uruguayan poet, essayist and literary critic.
She belonged to the group of intellectuals known as “Generación del 45.” In this generation, there are several writers such as Juan Carlos Onetti, Mario Benedetti, Sarandy Cabrera, Carlos Martínez Moreno, Ángel Rama, Carlos Real de Azúa, Carlos Maggi, Alfredo Gravina, Mario Arregui, Amanda Berenguer, Humberto Megget, Emir Rodríguez Monegal, Gladys Castelvecchi and José Pedro Díaz among others.
She also worked as a translator, composer and lecturer.
She was born to an educated, middle class family where music and literature were always present. Her father, Leandro Vilariño (1892-1944), was a poet whose works were not published in his lifetime. Just like her siblings, Numen, Poema, Azul, and Alma, she studied music. Her mother was very well educated in European literature.
She was a professor of literature and secondary education from 1952 until The Coup of 1973. After the restoration of the democratic system, she returned to education, working as a professor in the department of Uruguayan and Latin-American literature in the College of Education of Humanities and Sciences of The University of the Republic.