05.05.2012 [Polskie Radio] - Właśnie ten fakt uważa CarolineAnderson, autorka jej biografii „Być jak Adele”, za szczególnie istotny dla bezprecedensowego sukcesu młodej artystki. - Poprzez swoje piosenki Adele opowiada publiczności o własnych doświadczeniach.
10.05.2012 [Ravenna Record Courier] - Christi Hartshorn and CarolineAnderson of Woodridge each took second, but fell well short of Pickens with a top jump of 4-10. It is not likely Pickens will see much in the way of competition until at least the regional round of postseason play
04.05.2012 [The Australian] - There's small fish hooked from CarolineAnderson's 60-year-old kauri plank boat on the Marlborough sounds, delicious Tio Point native flat oysters (closely related to the famous French Belon) grown by Bruce and Jill Hearn, and an enormous
03.05.2012 [Post-Bulletin] - 13, 1928, in Fountain, the daughter of Anton and Caroline (Anderson) Tangen. She attended country school, and graduated from Chatfield High School in 1946. After graduation, she worked for the Preston phone company. On Nov. 14, 1949, she married Arthur
I was born to be an editor, I always edit everything. I edit my room at least once a week. Hotels are made for me. I can change a hotel room so thoroughly that even its proprietor doesn't recognize it... I edit people's clothes, dressing them infallibly in the right lines... I change everyone's coiffure — except those that please me — and these I gaze at with such satisfaction that I become suspect, I edit people's tones of voice, their laughter, their words. I change their gestures, their photographs. I change the books I read, the music I hear... It's this incessant, unavoidable observation, this need to distinguish and impose, that has made me an editor. I can't make things. I can only revise what has been made. - My Thirty Years' War: An Autobiography (Knopf, 1930, 274 pages), p.58
17.04.2012 [Sentinel and Enterprise] - Behind them are St. Bernard's Elementary School student CarolineAnderson as Louisa, left, and senior Liz Staal as Liesl. FITCHBURG -- For the last five weeks, St. Bernard's Central Catholic High School has been alive with "The Sound of Music," as