When it means something, turning down lights on the Strip is a very touching tribute, and it can be very effectiveLas Vegas Strip to dim lights for Earth Jan 29, 2009
The hills have been folded and faulted for several millions years, so they're always being stressed and every once in a while a little patch decides to give a light joltThree small earthquakes shake Bay Area Jun 06, 2008
The results show that the potency of this compound is more than 100 times as great as that of other chemopreventive agents in protecting against cancerSynthetic plant compound fights rat cancer Feb 15, 2006
There is no better way to protect the health and safety of workers who are involved in our nation's emergency response and hazardous waste clean-up efforts than to provide them with the proper training and educationGrants awarded for U.S. emergency training Sep 14, 2005
From all we know, the risk of lung disease in incidentally exposed individuals or minimally exposed individuals is negligibleBurning oil may be hazardous to troops Mar 20, 2003
David Schwartz is a composer, noted for his scoring the music for several television series.
Schwartz attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He began composing music for television and film in 1990. The theme he wrote for his first network television series, Northern Exposure, resulted in a Grammy nomination. He ultimately scored every episode of Northern Exposure for its entire six seasons.
More recently, he has scored themes for numerous television productions, notably including Two of Us, Deadwood, Arrested Development, Running Wilde, and Beverly Hills, 90210.