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Semarang

Semawis Market before the Chinese New Year. Check the website for more information. *


Santo Domingo

''', a very old pedestrian shop-lined street that used to be the commercial heart of the city. This street leads to the '''Puerta de la Independencia''', where the Dominican Republic proclaimed its independence from Haiti, and the '''Parque Independencia''', where the country's founding fathers' remains are kept. On Sunday evenings, check out the '''Ruinas de San Francisco''' for live bands playing Merengue, Bachata, Salsa and Son, in a wonderful weekly show where both locals and tourists dance, drink


Staten Island

many punk, ska, hardcore punk, indie, metal, and pop punk bands. Musicians who were born or reside on Staten Island and groups that formed on Staten Island are found at List of people from Staten Island. Television *''Jersey Shore (Jersey Shore (TV series))'' was filmed in part of Staten Island in beginnings of seasons. *Time Warner Cable's news channel NY1 airs a weekly show called ''This Week on Staten Island'', currently hosted by Anthony Pascale. The magazine style show takes content from NY1's daily hourly newscasts called "Your Staten Island News Now". *The documentary, ''A Walk Around Staten Island with David Hartman (David Hartman (TV personality)) and Barry Lewis'', premiered on public television station WNET on December 3, 2007, profiling Staten Island culture and history, including major attractions such as the Staten Island Ferry, Historic Richmondtown, the Conference House, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, the Chinese Scholars Garden and many more sites. wikipedia:Staten Island


Zagreb

of the most beautiful in Croatia. right thumb upright Malnar in 2003 (File:Željko Malnar.JPG) '''Željko Malnar''' (born April 12, 1944 in Zagreb) is a Croatian maverick traveller, writer and a minor television celebrity, best known for his own weekly show ''Nightmare Stage'' and his satirical micronation the Republic of Peščenica. He lives and works in Zagreb. The division's first action was in the Serbian-Montenegro border in the mountains east of the Ibar


Indianapolis

podcast hgc35.mp3 and also City Scoops, writes a blog for outhiphop.com, reviews videogames for WayTooHip Radio, co-hosted a monthly Math Bee at Chelsea Market with comedian Jen Dziura and co-hosts a monthly stand-up comedy show at The PIT (Peoples Improv Theater) (formerly a weekly show in East Village at Cellar 58) with Abbi Crutchfield called Positively Awesome. publisher United States Soccer Federation date 16 June 2009 accessdate 18 June 2009 archiveurl


Saint Petersburg

, the legion was ordered to the front near Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), under the overall command of Army Group North. Biography Born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Kostelanetz escaped in 1922 after the Russian Revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). He arrived in the United States that year, and in the 1920s, conducted concerts for radio. In the 1930s, he began his own weekly show on CBS, ''André Kostelanetz Presents''. birth_date


Oslo

backed Ketil Stokkan's Eurovision Song Contest 1986 entry as dancers. In fact, Dean had previously substituted for Geir (a founder of the group), which marked the beginning of their association. The duo competed as one of 18 acts in the Norwegian selections for Eurovision Song Contest, the Melodi Grand Prix 2006. They had previously presented their weekly show ''Sex, Drag & Rock 'n' Roll'' together at the current premium queer nightclub in Norway - the Oslo-based


Croatia

weekly show ''Nightmare Stage'' and his satirical micronation the Republic of Peščenica. He lives and works in Zagreb. '''''Konac konca''''' is an album of the Croatian rock band Živo blato. It was released in 2000. Stylistically, the album varies from heavy ("Estrada") to straight rockers ("Pas" and "Loš"), and even includes an a cappella novelty song ("Ajkulo"). Influences of foreign (AC DC, Metallica, ZZ Top, Judas


Puerto Rico

Triunfo . Twenty or so contestants are "bunkered" in a studio house where they will live together for several months while participating in a weekly show where one of them is eliminated, en route to find a "young star". The winner of the show gets a record deal from Univision Music Group. The show's fifth season began on February 9, 2008. Fatalities 2 direct Areas Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, br >


Madrid

de la oca'' (The Great Game of the Goose)''' was a TV game show produced in Madrid, Spain from 1993 through 1995 and again in 1998 as ''El nuevo juego de la oca''. It was a weekly show airing in a block of several hours on the Spanish channel Antena 3 (Antena 3 (Spain)), and later Telecinco. The show was created by world-renowned television producer Jocelyn Hattab, and first premiered in Italy as ''Il Grande Gioco Dell'Oca''. 400 metres Madrid, Spain 44.69 (National record) rowspan 2 World Cup (2002 IAAF World Cup) rowspan 2 Madrid, Spain align "center" 4th ** Bilbao - Bilbao Airport seasonal ** Madrid - Barajas Airport * Switzerland Roberto, who is also a self-described "enterpreneur", owns the security firm ''Levantina de Seguridad'' (the "de facto" security syndicate in Valencia) and the law firm Roberto & Salazar, having representation in Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia (Valencia, Spain) with at least 30 lawyers in office. He also owns several gyms in Valencia (Valencia (province)), Andalusia and Catalonia, among them Valencian ''Gym Levantina'', which was investigated for some time in relation to illegal valetudo (vale tudo) "championships", and military surplus stores held responsible for furnishing a large part of the Madrid local police uniforms. One of Roberto's gyms, ''Chute Boxe'', held valetudo courses for the police, funded with public money and organized by the ''Sindicato Independiente de Policía''. Fascist group connected with the Valencian administration


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