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Clarkston, Michigan

place on September 7. Eminem and Jay-Z performed at Comerica Park on September 2, 2010, and a second show on September 3, 2010. On July 24, 2011 the stadium hosted a concert featuring Paul McCartney on his On the Run Tour. <


Antananarivo

publisher Confederation of African Rugby accessdate 8 December 2013 Several soccer teams are also based in Antananarivo; AS Adema Analamanga and Ajesaia are associated with the Analamanga region; USCA Foot is associated with the CUA and the AS Saint Michel has been affiliated since 1948 with the historic secondary school of the same name. All four teams train and play local games in Mahamasina Municipal Stadium, the largest sporting venue in the country. The men's basketball teams Challenger and SOE (''Équipe du Stade olympique de l'Emyrne'') are based in Antananarivo and play in the ''Palais des Sports'' at Mahamasina. WikiPedia:Antananarivo Commons:Category:Antananarivo


Auckland

;no rap, no crap" policy. Upper Hutt Posse's DJ, DLT (DLT (musician)), also influenced the local scene in Auckland, including Joint Force, Che Fu and Dam Native. DLT also began the influential radio show ''True Skool Hip Hop Show'', which joined Wellington's ''Wednesday Night Jam'' in promoting hip hop. Although not the first radio in Auckland to play local hip hop (Simon Grigg & Nick D'Angelo had long been championing it on BFM (radio) bFm


Guangzhou

address 276 Yanjiang Zhong Lu lat long directions 200m east of the Tianzi Matou, Yuexiu District (8373 5858) phone tollfree fax hours price content Club has dozens of tables on the floor for groups to drink and play local dice games. The DJ booth overlooks the floor and between it and the massive windows runs a strip that can rise up for live performances and for models to runway walk. There's a dance floor that's maybe 25 square meters where locals and expats dance. DJs


Washington, D.C.

-speech.html - '''Relocated:''' December 3, 2004 (2004 in baseball) (to Washington, D.C., as the Washington Nationals) - pages 121 isbn 1-85868-255-X he began to play local dances and parties while working as a sharecropper. He first recorded for Okeh Records in 1928, but these were commercial failures, and Hurt drifted out of the recording scene (Recording industry), where he continued his work as a farmer (Farming). After a man discovered a copy of one of his recordings, "Avalon Blues", which gave the location of his hometown, there became increased interest in his whereabouts. Tom Hoskins, a blues enthusiast, would be the first to locate Hurt in 1963. He convinced Hurt to relocate to Washington, D.C., where he was recorded by the Library of Congress in 1964. This rediscovery helped further the American folk music revival, which had led to the rediscovery of many other bluesmen (List of blues musicians) of Hurt's era. Hurt entered the same university and coffeehouse concert circuit (Concert tour) as his contemporaries, as well as other Delta blues musicians (List of Delta blues musicians) brought out of retirement. As well as playing concerts, he recorded several studio albums for Vanguard Records. While in Avalon, Hoskins convinced an apprehensive Hurt to perform several songs for him, to ensure that he was genuine. Hoskins was convinced, and seeing that Hurt's guitar playing skills were still intact, Hoskins encouraged him to move to Washington, D.C., and begin performing on a wider stage. His performance at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival saw his star rise amongst the new folk revival audience. Before his death he played extensively in colleges, concert halls, coffee houses and also on the ''Tonight Show'' with Johnny Carson, as well as recording three further albums for Vanguard Records. Much of his repertoire was recorded for the Library of Congress, also. His fans particularly liked the ragtime songs "Salty Dog (Salty Dog Blues)" and "Candy Man", and the blues ballads "Spike Driver Blues" (a variant of "John Henry") and "Frankie". *1939 &ndash; Second Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Nanchang between the Kuomintang and Japan (Empire of Japan) begins, *1941 &ndash; In Washington, D.C., the National Gallery of Art is officially opened by President (President of the United States) Franklin D. Roosevelt. *1942 &ndash; Holocaust (The Holocaust): The first Jews from the Lvov Ghetto (Lemberg Ghetto) are gassed at the Belzec (Belzec extermination camp) death camp in what is today eastern Poland. The case resulted from a petition to the Supreme Court (Supreme Court of the United States) by William Marbury, who had been appointed by President John Adams as Justice of the Peace in the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.) but whose commission (Letters patent) was not subsequently delivered. Marbury petitioned the Supreme Court to force the new Secretary of State James Madison to deliver the documents. The Court, with John Marshall as Chief Justice, found firstly that Madison's refusal to deliver the commission was both illegal and remediable. Nonetheless, the Court stopped short of compelling Madison (by writ of ''mandamus'') to hand over Marbury's commission, instead holding that the provision of the Judiciary Act of 1789 that enabled Marbury to bring his claim to the Supreme Court was itself unconstitutional, since it purported to extend the Court's original jurisdiction beyond that which Article III established. The petition was therefore denied. Final visits to the West In 1956, during his fifth visit to the US, Baba stayed at New York's Hotel Delmonico (Trump Park Avenue) before traveling to the Meher Center at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. In July he traveled to Washington, D.C. and received friends and disciples at the home of Mrs. James Terry (Ivy) Duce, Filis Fredrick, ''THE AWAKENER'', Vol. XX, No. 2, pp. 38–39


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