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110 Topic Pages Found in Arts & Leisure and starting with the letter G
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Gable, Clark (1901 - 1960)

Clark Gable was known as the “King of Hollywood” in the late 1930s. He acted in a vast number of films; his most famous role was that of Rhett Butler

Gabo, Naum (1890 - 1977)

Russian-born US abstract sculptor. One of the leading exponents of constructivism, he was one of the first artists to make kinetic sculpture . In

Open Gaelic football
Gaelic football

Kicking and catching game played mainly in Ireland. The two teams have 15 players each. The game is played on a field with an inflated spherical ball.

Gainsborough, Thomas, 1727-1788

( gānz'bûr´´ō ), 1727–88, English portrait and landscape painter, b. Sudbury. In 1740 he went to London and became the assistant and pupil of the

Open Gambling

Playing a game of chance, or betting on the outcome of an uncertain event, in the hope of winning money. Games of chance, betting, financial

Open Gang

Gangs composed of young persons, as distinct from organized criminal syndicates, arose in America by the mid-19th century and were a concern for city

Open Garbo, Greta (1905 - 1990)
Garbo, Greta (1905 - 1990)

professional name of Greta Lovisa Gustafsson 1905-90 Swedish-born US film actress, a glamorous star of 1930s films Born in Stockholm, she became a

Garcia, (Jerome John) Jerry (1942 - 1995)

US guitarist, songwriter, and leader of the group the Grateful Dead. Closely involved with the San Francisco hippie movement and the use of drugs such

Open Gardening

Laying out and tending of a garden . Though palatial gardens existed in ancient times, small home gardens became prevalent only in the 19th century.


GARDENS ARE IMPORTANT elements of human–environment relationships. Historically, people have managed gardens for food, medicine, income, and ritual