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South Beach

Corey work ''MTV News'' publisher Viacom date May 18, 2011 accessdate May 10, 2011 The restaurants featured a distinctive exterior design with South Beach-inspired pastels trimmed with pink and blue neon lights and interiors decorated in a tropical motif. The '''Winter Music Conference''' is a weeklong electronic music conference, held every March since the mid-1980s in Miami, Florida, United States. Venues are hosted primarily in Downtown Miami and Miami's South Beach. It is aimed at professionals such as artists, DJs, record label representatives (A&R) (A&R), producer (music producer)s, promoter (Promoter (entertainment))s, radio and the media (News media). * ''Ol' One Tooth'', 1978, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California) * ''Sea Change'', 1978, South Beach Park, Pier 40, San Francisco * ''Isis'', 1978, North Harbor Drive & Laurel Street, San Diego Posner was fired for expressing her opinion on a YouTube (w:YouTube) video about regulations affecting her South Beach (w:South Beach) neighborhood. Like many rejuvenated (w:urban renewal) communities in the United States, Posner's historic south Fifth Street (w:Ocean Drive) has become the Tribeca (w:Tribeca) of Miami, a fashionable, trendy nightspot with a maelstrom of growth in hotels, restaurants and boutiques that have out-priced many long-term residents.


Everett, Washington

, Washington Everett Interurban streetcar reached the lake in 1906. A sawmill operated in the area until 1913, when most of the trees had been cut down. The Village Theatre of Everett (Everett, Washington) and Issaquah, Washington has commissioned a new musical based on the film titled ''Lincoln in Love'', book and lyrics by Peter S. Kellogg and music by David Friedman (David Friedman (composer)). thumb right Salmon Bay Bridge from the Ballard Locks (Image:Salmon Bay Bridge-2.JPG) The '''Salmon Bay Bridge''', also known as '''Bridge No. 4''', is a single-leaf bascule (bascule bridge) bridge across Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. State))'s Salmon Bay from Interbay (Interbay, Seattle, Washington) to Ballard (Ballard, Seattle, Washington), just west of Commodore Park (Commodore Park (Seattle)). It carries the main line of the BNSF Railway on its way north to Everett (Everett, Washington) and south to King Street Station and Seattle's Industrial District (Industrial District, Seattle, Washington). Built in 1914 by the Great Northern Railway (Great Northern Railway (U.S.)), it has an opening span of 61 meters (200 feet) and has two tracks. Sound Transit's express bus fleet is operated by local transit authorities Community Transit (Community Transit (Snohomish County)), King County Metro, and Pierce Transit. Its Regional Express Bus Service (Sound Transit Express Buses) provides service to cities in all three counties, including Seattle (Seattle, Washington), Redmond (Redmond, Washington), Lynnwood (Lynnwood, Washington), Mountlake Terrace (Mountlake Terrace, Washington), Issaquah (Issaquah, Washington), Lakewood (Lakewood, Washington), Bellevue (Bellevue, Washington), Auburn (Auburn, Washington), Federal Way (Federal Way, Washington), Gig Harbor (Gig Harbor, Washington), Everett (Everett, Washington), Woodinville (Woodinville, Washington), and Tacoma (Tacoma, Washington). Boeing's (Boeing) newest commercial aircraft, the 787 "Dreamliner" (w:Boeing 787), made its first test flight Tuesday in Everett, Washington (w:Everett, Washington) at 18:00 UTC. Boeing claims that the new 290+ seat wide-body (w:Wide-body aircraft), twin engine (w:Twinjet) jetliner is more fuel efficient than previous Boeing models.


Timbuktu

media people Ali Farka Touré with Ry Cooder title Talking Timbuktu medium CD (insert) publisher World Circuit year 1994 ''Timbuktu!'' was a 1978 Broadway musical based on the 1953 ''Kismet'', which re-imagined the original, transposing it from an "Arabian Nights" setting to eleventh-century Mali. Arts and culture Cultural events The most well-known cultural event is the Festival au Désert. When the Tuareg rebellion ended in 1996 under the Konaré administration, 3,000 weapons were burned in a ceremony dubbed the Flame of Peace on 29 March 2007 – to commemorate the ceremony, a monument was built. Commons:Category:Timbuktu WikiPedia:Timbuktu


Swansea

. The see (Episcopal see) is in the town of Brecon where the seat is located at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Evangelist (Brecon Cathedral) which was a parish church since the Reformation (Protestant Reformation), becoming elevated to cathedral status in 1923. Musical ''Contender'' A musical based on Farr's career, ''Contender'', was composed by Mal Pope and premiered at the United Nations building in New York, followed by a season at Swansea's Swansea


Seoul

'') is the capital city of South Korea. * ''Banglar King Kong'' - An unofficial Bangladeshi musical based on the King Kong story and directed by Iftekar Jahan. The film uses large amounts of stock footage from ''King Kong (King Kong (1976 film))'' and premiered in June 2010 in the Purnima Cinema Hall in Dhaka. The Ongoing Travels of King Kong * Other similar giant ape films include the 1961 British film ''Konga (Konga (film))'', where a chimpanzee is turned into a giant ape after being fed growth serum by a deranged scientist, and attacks London, the 1969 American film ''The Mighty Gorga'' which features a circus owners's quest to capture a giant ape in an African jungle, the 1976 Korean 3D (3-D film) film ''A*P*E''. http: www.imdb.com title tt0074148 where a giant ape runs amok in Seoul South Korea, the 1976 ''Queen Kong'', another British film that parodies King Kong with a gender reversal between the giant ape and the object of the ape's affection, and the 1977 Hong Kong made ''The Mighty Peking Man'' that featured a huge ape-like bigfoot that attacked Hong Kong, After a successful college volleyball career, Bob followed his Pepperdine coach, Marv Dunphy, to the United States national team where Ctvrtlik quickly earned a starting position. In the 1988 Olympic Games (1988 Summer Olympics) in Seoul, Korea (South Korea), Ctvrtlik, playing opposite of volleyball legend, Karch Kiraly, earned a gold medal by defeating the Soviet Union in the finals. For several years, Ctvrtlik played professionally in Europe, including winning the well-respected Euro-professional league championship. He returned to the United States Olympic team in preparation for the 1992 Summer Olympics during which time he was awarded the most valuable player in the world on two separate occasions. Competing as team captain in Barcelona, he became one of the colorful "bald eagles" as all of the U.S. men's team players shaved their heads in protest of alleged officiating misconduct. The U.S. team defeated Cuba in the consolation match to take home the bronze medal. A location in Seoul, South Korea, opened in September, 2008. White Spot takes on Korea, ''Vancouver Sun'', Aug. 27, 2008 It is located near Dosan Park, in the fashionable Apgujeong neighborhood. Seven more locations are planned for Seoul. location 42nd Street (42nd Street (Manhattan)), New York, NY (Additional offices in London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul, Abu Dhabi) foundation New York, NY, United States ( Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Cincinnati

Bearcats men's basketball Cincinnati and Xavier (Xavier Musketeers men's basketball). Television * In 1974 (1974 in film), a contemporarized version set in Cincinnati on Christmas Eve was aired on WLWT. It featured a nine-year-old Sarah Jessica Parker in the role of the title character. This Christmas special was placed in syndication and last aired on the Family Channel in December 1982. * In 1987 British TV released "The Little Match Girl" a musical based on the original story. The cast included Twiggy and Roger Daltrey. It included the song "Mistletoe and Wine", which became a Christmas hit a year later for Cliff Richard. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro


Cyprus

.html?_r 1&ref obituaries title Michael Cacoyannis, Director of ‘Zorba the Greek,’ Dies at 90 author Paul Vitello work The New York Times date July 25, 2011 was a prominent Greek Cypriot (Greek Cypriots) filmmaker from Cyprus, best known for his 1964 film ''Zorba the Greek (Zorba the Greek (film))''. He directed the 1983 Broadway revival of the musical based on the film (Zorba (musical)). Much of his work was rooted in classical texts, especially those of the Greek tragedian (Tragedy#Greek tragedy) Euripides. He was nominated for an Academy Award (Academy Awards) five times, a record for any Greek Cypriot film artist. He received Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Film nominations for ''Zorba the Greek (Zorba the Greek (film))'', and two nominations in the Foreign Language Film category for ''Electra (Electra (1962 film))'' and ''Iphigenia (Iphigenia (film))''. Life '''Michalis (or Mikhalis) Kakogiannis''' was born in 1922 in Limassol, Cyprus as Μιχάλης Κακογιάννης. In 1939, he was sent by his father, Sir Panayotis Loizou Cacoyannis, to London to become a lawyer. However, after producing Greek-language programs for the BBC World Service during World War II, Erickson, Hal (2006). Allmovie Biography He ended up at the Old Vic school, and enjoyed a brief stage career there under the name '''Michael Yannis''' before he began working on films. After having trouble finding a directing job in the British film industry (Cinema of the United Kingdom), Cacoyannis moved to Greece, and in 1953 he made his first film, ''Windfall in Athens''. In 1889 the 2nd Battalion deployed to Malta. The 1st Battalion departed India in 1890 for Aden and returned home in 1891. In 1892 the 2nd Battalion remained in the Mediterranean and deployed to Cyprus and then in 1895 to Egypt. The following year the 2nd Battalion, as well as the machine-gun section of the 1st Battalion, deployed to the Sudan as part of the Dongola Expeditionary Force (Dongola) under the command of Lord Kitchener (Horatio Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum) as part of the reconquest of the Sudan (History of Sudan (1884-1898)). - MS ''Ulysses'' (MS Ulysses) align "Center" 2001 align "Center" 2001 Dublin–Holyhead (Port of Holyhead) 3 Hours 25 Minutes WikiPedia:Cyprus Dmoz:Regional Middle East Cyprus Commons:Category:Cyprus


Buenos Aires

Latin flavours intrigued Lloyd Webber, but he ultimately rejected the idea. Lloyd Webber decided instead to collaborate with Alan Ayckbourn on ''Jeeves (By Jeeves)'', a traditional Rodgers and Hart-style musical based on the P.G. Wodehouse character, which proved to be a critical and commercial failure. Citron, pp.191-97 birth_date Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Hollywood

a sewer in a glassbottomed boat." Several of the brothers' friends from New York, including Marie Dressler and Ben Hecht, helped them in their later escapades. Another friend, Irving Berlin, started, but did not complete, a musical based on Wilson's life. '''''Still Breathing''''' is 1997 (1997 in film) drama (drama film) feature film starring Brendan Fraser and Joanna Going. Con artist Rosalyn Willoughby (Going) in Hollywood and puppeteer Fletcher


Manhattan

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