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White Plains, New York

is heard on a concept album for a new musical, ''The New Picasso'', which was released in January 2008. BroadwayWorld.com article about ''The New Picasso'' album, dated November 20, 2007 He returned to the White Plains Performing Arts Center in the autumn of 2008 to play King Arthur in ''Camelot'' and next starred in Conor McPherson's ''The Seafarer (The Seafarer (play))'' at George Street Playhouse in New Jersey. In 2009, he has starred in Thom Thomas's ''A Moon to Dance By'', at the Pittsburgh Playhouse and at the George Street Playhouse, with Jane Alexander, and played John Dickinson (John Dickinson (delegate)) in ''1776 (1776 (musical))'' at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Past Performances at RobertCuccioli.com Constitution of New York, 1777 The Province of New York was established by its colonial charter. The constitution of 1777, which replaced the charter, was framed by a convention (Constitutional convention (political meeting)) which assembled at White Plains, New York on July 10, 1776, and after repeated adjournments and changes of location, terminated its labors at Kingston, New York on Sunday evening, April 20, 1777, when the constitution was adopted with but one dissenting vote. It was not submitted to the people for ratification. It was drafted by John Jay. Today, at 12:00 p.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)) the Animal rights (w:Animal rights) group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (w:People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (PETA) staged a "naked" protest in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York), New York. The target of the protest was British (United Kingdom) fashion house, Burberry (w:Burberry), and their fur practices. Saturday, the Criterium (w:Criterium) cycling events took place in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York). Starting at 7:00 a.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)), races for both men and women began at Martine Avenue at Court Street in downtown White Plains.


Northern England

broadcasting on Radio Two and the original BBC Radio Five (BBC Radio 5 (former)). Composition and content The common thematic content of ''Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not'' has led to it being considered by some a concept album concerning "the lives of young Northern England clubbers".


Austin, Texas

the critically lauded concept album ''Black Sheep Boy''. Career Bush is currently a partner with Pennybacker Capital, LLC, a real estate investment company in Austin, Texas. The company was originally named N3 Capital and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.

align center KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport - With Jason Isbell After signing a new deal with Austin (Austin, Texas)-based record label New West (New West Records), Drive-By Truckers set about recording the follow-up to ''Southern Rock Opera''. The result was 2003's ''Decoration Day (Decoration Day album)'', which, like its predecessor, received much critical praise. It was another concept album, containing characters who are faced with hard decisions about

. Signed to New York-based independent label Razor & Tie, the group released debut album ''Age of Winters'' in 2006, which was largely written by Cronise prior to the band's formation. The band's second album, ''Gods of the Earth'', was released two years later and gave the group its first ''Billboard'' 200 (Billboard 200) chart entry. ''Warp Riders'', a concept album centered on an original science fiction narrative, was released in August 2010. * ''The Brackett News'' - Brackettville, Texas * ''Buena Suerte Spanish Newspaper'' Then again on Sunday, calls to 9-1-1 (w:9-1-1) began to come in to Williamson County (w:Williamson County, Texas), Texas sheriff's office around 12:30 p.m. (Central time (w:Central Time Zone)) that burning debris and fireballs were seen falling from the sky onto parts of Austin (w:Austin, Texas), Houston (w:Houston, Texas), Waco (w:Waco, Texas) and San Antonio (w:San Antonio, Texas). By this time, I’m thinking that it might be good for a change. Bye to California, I’ll try Austin (w:Austin, Texas) for a while. So I moved, only to find out that this is a place with a highly inflated sense of self-importance and where damn little real engineering work is done. I’ve never experienced such a hard time finding work. The rates are 1 3 of what I was earning before the crash, because pay rates here are fixed by the three or four large companies in the area who are in collusion to drive down prices and wages… and this happens because the justice department (w:United States Department of Justice) is all on the take and doesn’t give a fuck about serving anyone or anything but themselves and their rich buddies.


Leicester


Falkland Islands

s Greatest Military Aircraft, From the Pioneering Days of Air Fighting in World War I Through the Jet Fighters and Stealth Bombers of the Present Day,'' London: Anness Publishing Ltd., 2006, ISBN 13579108642, p. 46. * May 1 - A Royal Air Force Avro Vulcan bomber (Bomber aircraft) based on Ascension Island attacks the airfield at Port Stanley on East Falkland Island. It is the first strike of Operation Black Buck, a series of five very-long-range missions to strike Argentinian (Argentina) positions in the Falkland (Malvinas) Islands (Falkland Islands). Each mission requires a 16-hour round trip of almost 8,000 nautical miles (9,200 statute miles; 15,000 km); they are the longest bombing missions in world history up to that time, and are not exceeded in distance and duration until the 1991 Gulf War. Wikipedia Operation Black Buck article. * May 1 - BAE Sea Harriers attack Falklands targets for the first time and shoot down two Argentine Mirage III fighters. They are the first air-to-air kills of the Falklands War. Hastings, Max, and Simon Jenkins, ''The Battle for the Falklands'', New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1983, no ISBN, pp. 145-147. * June 8 – Argentine bombers destroy the British landing ship ''Sir Galahad'' (RFA Sir Galahad (1966)) and badly damage the landing ship ''Sir Tristram'' (RFA Sir Tristram (L3505)) at Fitzroy (Fitzroy, Falkland Islands) on East Falkland Island, killing 51 men, 48 of them aboard ''Sir Galahad''. Hastings, Max, and Simon Jenkins, ''The Battle for the Falklands'', New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1983, no ISBN, pp. 279-283, 345. * June 12 – Operation Black Buck concludes with the last of five very-long range strikes on the Falkland Islands by Royal Air Force Avro Vulcan bombers. * June 14 – Argentinian (Argentina) forces on the Falkland Islands surrender to British (United Kingdom) forces, ending the Falklands War. During the war, the British had destroyed 109 Argentinian planes, compared to only 34 lost by the British. * June 12 – Operation Black Buck concludes with the last of five very-long range strikes on the Falkland Islands by Royal Air Force Avro Vulcan bombers. * June 14 – Argentinian (Argentina) forces on the Falkland Islands surrender to British (United Kingdom) forces, ending the Falklands War. During the war, the British had destroyed 109 Argentinian planes, compared to only 34 lost by the British. * June 21 – The Air India Boeing 707-437 (Boeing 707) ''Gouri Shankar'', operating as Air India Flight 403, crashes while landing in a rainstorm at Sahar International Airport in Bombay, India, killing 17 of the 111 people on board. Bucking the trend, in 1948 Aquila Airways was founded to serve destinations that were still inaccessible to land-based aircraft. This company operated Short S.25 and Short S.45 (Short Solent) flying boats out of Southampton on routes to Madeira, Las Palmas, Lisbon, Jersey, Majorca, Marseilles, Capri, Genoa, Montreux and Santa Margherita (Santa Margherita Ligure). From 1950 to 1957, Aquila also operated a service from Southampton to Edinburgh and Glasgow. The flying boats of Aquila Airways were also chartered for one-off trips, usually to deploy troops where scheduled services did not exist or where there were political considerations. The longest charter, in 1952, was from Southampton to the Falkland Islands. In 1953 the flying boats were chartered for troop deployment trips to Freetown and Lagos and there was a special trip from Hull (Kingston upon Hull) to Helsinki to relocate a ship's crew. The airline ceased operations on 30 September 1958. '''FK''' may refer to: * Falkland Islands: FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code (List of FIPS country codes) and ISO 3166 digram * First aid kit '''fk''' may refer to: * Falkland Islands: country code top-level domain (ccTLD) * Funky Kong, video game character The Channel


Cambodia

'''Cambodia''' participated in the '''2005 Southeast Asian Games''' which were held in multiple venues in the Philippines from November 27, 2005 to December 5, 2005. French is spoken in small amounts mainly by the elderly and elite populations in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. This is due to the heavy French influence on the former territory known as French Indochina, which included these countries. However, since the early 1990s and 2000s, there has been


East Germany

czydwapluscztery.jpg The band continued performing frequently in 1975, among others in East Germany, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union and naturally in Poland. Their second, long awaited longplay was released that year. The concept album ''Wyspa dzieci'' (''The Island of Children'') turned out to be another success, including previously known hits "Gwiazda dnia", "Kołysanka matki" and "Na luzie" as well as a popular title song. New


Sheffield

name absolutepunk post-punk revival, garage rock Composition and content The common thematic content of ''Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not'' has led to it being considered by some a concept album concerning "the lives of young Northern England clubbers".


Angola

apparecchi televisivi'; ed è quello che venne fatto; e la rivoluzione in Angola cessò." In 1991 McLuhan was named as the "patron saint" of ''Wired Magazine'' (Wired (magazine)) and a quote of his appeared on the masthead for the first ten years of its publication. He is mentioned by name in a Peter Gabriel-penned lyric in the song "Broadway Melody of 1974". This song appears on the concept album


Portland, Oregon

rock band (Musical ensemble) currently based in Portland, Oregon. The band was started in 1993 by Robert Wynia, Peter Cornett and David Amador. They are known for their progressive concept albums, stylized storytelling, intense live performances, and devoted fanbase. Floater routinely sells out local venues in Oregon and periodically plays shows in the neighboring states of Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), California


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