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''Reineke Fuchs''. From 1989 to 1992, he became Chief Executive of the Deutsches Schauspielhaus. *Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) - CHEX (CKRU) *Stratford (Stratford, Ontario) - CJCS *Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) - CHNO (CHNO-FM) Born in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario, Stratton began his professional arts career began while he was still in high school, when James Reaney published his play ''The Rusting Heart'' in the literary magazine ''Alphabet


;present Life and career Freundlich was born and grew up in Manhattan and eventually graduated with a double major in Cinema Studies and Film and Television Production from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Career Jeffreys is from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. He majored in art history at Syracuse University where he met Lou Reed, before The Velvet Underground became active. Garland Jeffreys, ''Nova Concerts International'', June 15, 2011. In 1966, Jeffreys began to play in Manhattan nightclubs including Gerde's Folk City, The Bitter End, Gaslight, Kenny's Castaways, and later Reno Sweeney, where he began to explore racially conscious themes in his work, sometimes utilizing blackface masks and a rag doll named Ramon in performance. Jeffreys played guitar on John Cale's 1969 debut solo album ''Vintage Violence'' and contributed the song "Fairweather Friend". In 1969 he founded Grinder's Switch with Woodstock-area musicians including pianist Stan Szelest, guitarist Ernie Corallo, and percussionist Sandy Konikoff. Lew Merenstein produced this one album before the band dissolved in 1970. Shortly before 8:30 AM on March 13, 1998, a 17-year-old student from Manhattan set a fire in a second floor bathroom, which quickly spread through the building's open attic of the building, fanned by strong winds that day. The school was not required by law to have a sprinkler system as it was less than 70 feet. All students, teachers and administrators were safely evacuated and no one was harmed, but the school's 67-year-old main building burnt to the ground and supplies and equipment inside were destroyed, though books and materials in an adjoining wing that had been added on to the original structure survived the fire. Hanley, Robert. "Fire Destroys School; Student Is Charged", ''The New York Times'', March 13, 1998. Accessed September 1, 2011. "In midafternoon, as the charred shell of the Community School was still smoldering, Bergen County arson investigators said a 17-year-old student from Manhattan had started the fire in a second-floor bathroom and arrested him on charges of aggravated arson and criminal mischief." Hanley, Robert. "Officials Seek Building for Students Displaced by Fire at a School", ''The New York Times'', March 14, 1998. Accessed September 1, 2011. The school moved to its current location in Teaneck following the fire. Perry later became chief of vascular surgery at New York-Cornell Hospital (New York-Presbyterian Hospital) in Manhattan from 1978 to 1988. He served as a professor in the Department of Surgery at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas in the early 1990s. He was professor emeritus at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center until his death from lung cancer on December 5, 2009. *Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena - Los Angeles, California (Los Angeles) *Madison Square Garden (second) (Madison Square Garden (1890)) – New York, New York (Manhattan) (built on the site of the first Madison Square Garden (Madison Square Garden (1879)); the New York Life Building now stands on the site) *Madison Square Garden (third) (Madison Square Garden (1925)) – New York, New York (Manhattan) (demolished in 1968; used as a parking lot until One Worldwide Plaza was built on the site in 1989) *Madison Square Garden (second) (Madison Square Garden (1890)) – New York, New York (Manhattan) (built on the site of the first Madison Square Garden (Madison Square Garden (1879)); the New York Life Building now stands on the site) *Madison Square Garden (third) (Madison Square Garden (1925)) – New York, New York (Manhattan) (demolished in 1968; used as a parking lot until One Worldwide Plaza was built on the site in 1989) ** Note: The first Madison Square Garden was not an indoor arena. Although used for many sports, it had no roof. director Halle Stanford location Manhattan, New York City company Henson Associates (The Jim Henson Company) Marvel Productions On December 16, 1985, Castellano and his underboss Thomas Bilotti were gunned down outside the Sparks Steak House on Manhattan. Gotti, who had orchestrated their assassination, now became the Gambino boss . "Frank DeCicco" Find a Grave D'Amico became one of Gotti's closest associates. In 1992, Gotti was convicted on racketeering charges and sentenced to life imprisonment. The '''Lipstick Building''' (also known as '''53rd at Third''') is a 453 foot (138 meters) tall skyscraper located at 885 Third Avenue (Third Avenue (Manhattan-Bronx)), between East 53rd Street (53rd Street (Manhattan)) and 54th Street (54th Street (Manhattan)), across from the Citigroup Center in Manhattan, New York City, United States. It was completed in 1986 (1986 in architecture) and has 34 floors. The building was designed by John Burgee Architects with Philip Johnson. Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Grand Prix finalist. He has competed in PRIDE Fighting Championships and RINGS in his mixed martial arts career, and is a member of Brazilian Top Team. thumb 120px left Statue of Christ the Redeemer at the top of a hill in the city of Serra Negra. Photo by Renato M.E. Sabbatini (Image:Cristo-serra-negra.jpg) '''Serra Negra''' is a city and municipality in the state of São Paulo (São Paulo (state)), Brazil. It belongs to the meso-region of Campinas. Population (2000) was 24,953 inhabitants. Total area: 203,5 km², demographic density: 112 inhab. km² - Brazil Warner Channel , Friday nights (2006) -


radio contesting victories in the large world wide contests. Competition between stations in large countries, such as Canada, Russia, or the United States can be greatly affected by the geographic locations of each station. Because of these variations, some stations may specialize in only those contests where they are not at a disadvantage, or may measure their own success against only nearby rivals. Mixed martial arts career At the age of 20, Arlovski began his professional MMA (Mixed martial arts) career at the Mix Fight M-1 in St Petersburg, Russia on April 9, 1999. It was a fairly inauspicious start, losing by KO to Viacheslav Datsik. Not deterred, Arlovski returned in 2000 to M-1 Global at the European Championships, taking the heavyweight crown with a submission (Submission (combat sport)) victory and a KO victory. Apart from tourism, Lubmin is a major transport and industry hub and investment location in the German energy sector. Both the Nord Stream gas pipeline from Russia (by ''Gazprom'' and ''E.ON'') and several power plants (by ''DONG Energy'' and ''EnBW'') are under construction. Moreover, Lubmin is the administrative seat of ''Amt (Amt (country subdivision)) Lubmin'', to which nine other municipalities belong. thumb 180px right SD-10A on display with the JF-17 (File:JF17-10-114-1739.jpg) light-weight fighter at the Farnborough International Airshow 2010. The new PL-12 active guided air-launched anti-aircraft missile uses the radar and data link from Russia's very capable Vympel R-77, PL-12 combined with a Chinese missile motor. Some sources claim the resulting combination has a greater range than the Russian missile, and a fire-and-forget active guidance (from R-77) capability comparable to the modern U.S. (United States) AIM-120 AMRAAM. Military Sales to China: Going to Pieces Jamestown Foundation China Brief (Volume 2, Issue 23) Missiles in the Asia Pacific China unveils weapon developments 14 May 2007 '''Joseph Volokolamsk Monastery''' (Иосифо-Волоколамский монастырь, Волоцкий Успенский Иосифов монастырь in Russian (Russian language)) is a monastery for men, located 17 km northeast of Volokolamsk, Moscow Oblast. In the 15th and 16th century, it rivaled the Trinity (Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra) as the most authoritative and wealthy monastery in Russia. It was frequently referred to as lavra, although there was no official corroboration of that status. Over the next several decades, the monastery became the center of his disciples, or Josephinians, and played a key role in the political and ecclesiastic life of the 16th-century Russia. It was also a stronghold of struggle against the opponents of church landownership and heretic (heresy)s. Its vaults were used as a prison for dissenters. The famous inmates included Maximus the Greek (who spent 14 years there), Vassian Patrikeyev, Feodor Kuritsyn, Feodosii, Archbishop of Novgorod (1542-1551) who helped in compiling the Velikaia Mineia Chetii of Makarii (Macarius, Metropolitan of Moscow) and helped draw up documents for the Stoglav Council, Metropolitan Daniel (Daniel, Metropolitan of Moscow), and Tsar Basil IV (Vasily IV of Russia). Joseph Volotsky, Metropolitan Daniel, Archbishop Feodosii, and Malyuta Skuratov are among many notables buried within monastery walls. thumb Andrei Gavrilov, February 2010 (File:Andrei Gawrilow, Pianist-13.jpg) '''Andrei Vladimirovich Gavrilov''' (in Russian (Russian language) Андрей Владимирович Гаврилов, born September 21, 1955) is a Russian pianist. In 1882, the great exodus from Russia took place; thousands of Jews forced to emigrate took up their residence in Philadelphia; at the present time they constitute a majority of the Jewish population. A society for the protection of immigrants arriving from the Slavonic provinces was organized October 5, 1884, and called the "Association of Jewish Immigrants"; Louis E. Levy was president. In 1903, 5,310 Jewish immigrants arrived at the port of Philadelphia. In general, they quickly became prosperous; many had entered the learned professions, and they built synagogues and hospitals in the southern portion of the city, where most of them resided. They had many synagogues and ḥebras, the most important being the Congregation B'nai Abraham, founded in 1882; B. L. Levinthal (Berhard Louis Levinthal) was rabbi of this and the associated congregations in 1904. The Society Hachnasath Orechim, or Wayfarers' Lodge, was organized November 16, 1890, and chartered April 29, 1891; it is one of the most active charitable associations in Philadelphia. The Hebrew Literature Society, founded in 1885, has opened a new building at 310 Catherine street. The Home for Hebrew Orphans, The Jewish Sheltering Home for the Homeless and Aged, the Mount Sinai Hospital Association, the Pannonia Beneficial Association, and the Talmud Torah were all situated in the southern portion of the city. In addition, the newcomers have many social, political, and literary organizations. thumb Vera de Bosset by Serge Sudeikin (File:Vera Stravinsky by Serge Sudeikine.jpg) '''Vera de Bosset Stravinsky''' (January 7, 1888 – September 17, 1982) was a Russian born American (United States) dancer and artist. She is better known as the mistress and, ultimately, second wife of the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky who married her in 1940. '''Chapayevsk''' ( Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia

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– January 22, 1967) was a prolific but little-known American (United States) author. Hunt's mixed martial arts career saw him fight in events in Japan's PRIDE Fighting Championships. His first MMA fight was a submission loss to Hidehiko Yoshida, an Olympic gold medalist in judo. In his second fight, he defeated American (United States) wrestler Dan Bobish by TKO. Hunt stepped in as a late replacement for Sakuraba, and won a split decision against an outweighed

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