Little rascal

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 23 Apr 19, Tuesday

Random information on the term “Little rascal”:

Rascal is a 1969 American comedy-drama film made by Walt Disney Productions, based on the book of the same name by Sterling North, about a young man and his pet raccoon set in rural Wisconsin.

The movie is a dramatization of Sterling North’s 1963 “memoir of a better era.” Born near Edgerton, Wisconsin, North was a former literary editor for newspapers in Chicago and New York City. The movie relates a year in the life of young Sterling North (portrayed by Bill Mumy) and his “ringtailed wonder” pet raccoon, Rascal. Although set in Wisconsin, circa 1918, the movie was filmed in California.

The film features the song “Summer Sweet” by Bobby Russell.

In the award-winning book of the same name, all three of Sterling North’s real-life siblings are featured: his brother Herschel and his sisters Theodora (Theo) and the future poet and editor Jessica Nelson North. However, Theo is Sterling’s only sibling in the movie version.

Rascal holds the distinction of being the first print review by Gene Siskel (later of Siskel and Ebert fame), written in the Chicago Tribune one month before he became the paper’s official film critic in 1969. His review of the film was not favorable (“Because of excessive gimmickry, most kids will miss the tenderness,” he wrote) and no stars were awarded by default since the paper did not use a star-rating system for films at the time.

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Random information on the term “IMP”:

The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) is a biomedical research center, which conducts curiosity-driven basic research in the molecular life sciences.

The IMP is located at the Vienna Biocenter in Vienna, Austria. The institute employs around 270 people from 40 countries, of which over 200 are scientists. The working language at the IMP is English. The IMP was established in 1985 and is funded by the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim and research grants.

IMP comprises 15 independent research groups performing basic biological research across the following areas:

Scientists at the IMP publish 60 to 90 papers in international peer-review journals per year: between 1985 and 2017, more than 2,000 research papers were published. 93 patents were filed based on discoveries made at the institute since 1985. IMP faculty was awarded 17 ERC Grants since the establishment of this grant scheme in 2007; about two thirds of the IMP faculty were ERC grantees by 2018. Five IMP faculty members received Wittgenstein Awards since 1996. About one third of the faculty are elected members of EMBO. In 2017, Kim Nasmyth received the Breakthrough Prize in life sciences for work on cohesin that he had done at the IMP. One year later, his former IMP PhD student Angelika Amon was awarded the same prize.

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