Schlossberg

The term Schlossberg or Schlo├čberg ("castle hill" or "castle mountain" in German) may refer to:

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Schlossberg, Uri
... The Schlossberg is a mountain of the Urner Alps, located between Engelberg and Erstfeld in Central Switzerland ... The Schlossberg is composed of several summit of which the higher (named Hinter Schloss) has an elevation of 3,133 metres ...
Jon Hurwitz
... Jon Hurwitz, with Hayden Schlossberg, wrote Harold Kumar Go to White Castle and wrote/directed Harold Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay ... University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and Schlossberg a history major at the University of Chicago with plans of attending law school ... Hurwitz and Schlossberg handled the fourth theatrical entry in the American Pie franchise, writing and directing American Reunion (2012) ...
Bernie Glow - Training
... Glow began on the trumpet at age 9, studying with Max Schlossberg of the New York Philharmonic, the most sought after teacher at the time ... This training was at the command of Glow's Russian maternal grandfather, Sam Finkel, who knew Schlossberg from Russia, and who told the family that young Bernie was going to become a first ... After Schlossberg died, Glow studied with orchestral players Harry Glantz and Nat Prager, both students of Schlossberg ...
Caroline Kennedy - Education and Personal Life
... met her future husband and exhibit designer, Edwin Schlossberg ... Kennedy and Schlossberg were married on July 19, 1986, at Our Lady of Victory Church in Centerville, Massachusetts ... incorrectly referred to as "Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg", she did not change her name when she married ...