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Steinbach, Manitoba

;NewImage yes&layer csd&IdentName Steinbach%20(CY)&IdentUID 4602044 Map of Steinbach at Statcan * Globe and Mail: Model for Canadian Immigration. * Portrait of Steinbach and its German immigrants. Documentary (Radio documentary) on public radio Germany: Deutschlandfunk and Bayerischer Rundfunk, 2013 (in German language) '''The Undecided''' was a Christian pop punk band from Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada. The group released one independent album before releasing two albums for Tooth and Nail Records. They released ''The Undecided'' in 1999 and ''More to See'' in 2001. They were the first Canadian group to be signed by Tooth and Nail. Group members were Matt Fast (vocals), Steve Dueck (drums), John Paul Peters (guitars) and Dan Thomas (bass). Peters has gone on to produce records for other bands, such as The Waking Eyes. Dan Thomas was formerly a member of Gooch (The Home Team).


Downtown Eastside

of Vancouver – Internet radio documentary discussing the Downtown Eastside from 34'43" till 45'21". Robert Pickton (w:Robert Pickton), one of Canada's most profilic serial killer (w:serial killer)s, has been found guilty of all six counts of second-degree murder (w:murder) in connection of the deaths of women from the Downtown Eastide (w:Downtown Eastside) in Vancouver (w:Vancouver).


Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Luther King, Jr. delivered his I Have a Dream speech in Washington (March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom). Bob Dylan, 22 at that time, was one of the celebrities at the march and on the journey home to New York he read about the conviction of Zantzinger and decided to write a topical protest song about the case. According to a 1991 ''Washington Post'' report, Dylan wrote the song in Manhattan, sitting in an all-night cafe. A recent radio

documentary on the song said rather that he wrote it both in New York and at the home of his then lover, Joan Baez, in Carmel (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California). According to Nancy Carlin, a friend of Baez who visited, "He would stand in this cubbyhole, beautiful view across the hills, and peck type on an old typewriter... there was an old piano up at Joan's... and peck piano playing... up until noon he would drink black coffee then switch over to red wine, quit about five or six." BBC Radio 4 documentary, ''The Lonesome death of Hattie Carroll'' presented by Howard Sounes, May 17 2010 He recorded it on October 23, 1963, when the trial was still relatively fresh news, and incorporated it into his live repertoire immediately, before releasing the studio version on January 13, 1964. He also performed the song on Steve Allen (Steve Allen (comedian))'s network television program soon after its release. The Mediator Series is about a 16-year-old girl named Susannah "Suze" Simon. Suze is a mediator (mediation), whose role is to help ghosts finish their business on earth so they can pass on to the afterlife. To this end, she can see, touch, communicate with, hit, punch, and 'kick ghost butt' when she has to. The series begins just after Suze's widowed mother marries Andy Ackerman, so Suze has moved to Carmel (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California), California, to live in an old house complete with three stepbrothers. To make matters worse, her bedroom is haunted by an attractive male ghost named Jesse de Silva, who died 150 years earlier. Suze remembers that back in New York a fortune teller had told her that she was a mediator (which proved correct) and that she would only fall in love once but it would last for an eternity. Her one love for eternity just might be Jesse. But does he love her back? The most recent was sold at the Bonhams & Butterfields Auction in Carmel (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California), CA in August 2004. It is reported to have been sold to a private collector for around US$175,000. The auctioned car in question was originally ordered in 1991 by British pop music producer Matt Aitken, one of the few owner-drivers participating in the Intercontinental Challenge. The '''Carmel Valley AVA''' is an American Viticultural Area in Monterey County (Monterey County, California), California, east of Carmel-by-the-Sea (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California). The AVA is home to a number of wineries (winery) and vineyards, as well as the town of Carmel Valley Village (Carmel Valley Village, California). Wineries with tasting rooms in Carmel Valley include Bernardus, Boëté, Boekenoogen, Chateau Julien, Chateau Sinnet, Galante, Georis, Joyce Vineyards, Heller Estate, Holman Ranch, Joullian Village, Parsonage, San Saba and Talbott. Carmel Valley Chamber of Commerce: Wineries and Tasting Rooms A public bus, called the Grapevine Express Route 24 and run by Monterey-Salinas Transit, stops at most of these tasting rooms. Monterey-Salinas Transit: Schedules #Carman Moore - gebwp #Carmel - gebwp (probably meaning Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, perhaps Music of Carmel-by-the-Sea?) #Carmelina Delfín - gebwp thumb Wildflowers at Pt. Lobos, 2006 (File:Pt. Lobos flower tower.jpg) '''Point Lobos''' is the common name for the area including '''Point Lobos State Natural Reserve''' and two adjoining marine protected areas: '''Point Lobos State Marine Reserve''' (SMR) and '''Point Lobos State Marine Conservation Area''' (SMCA). Point Lobos is just south of the town of Carmel-by-the-Sea (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California), California, United States on the coast of the Pacific Ocean but north of Big Sur. Fariña then traveled to Europe, where he met Mimi Baez (Mimi Farina), the teenaged sister of Joan Baez in the spring of 1962. Hester divorced Fariña soon thereafter, and Fariña married 17-year-old Mimi in April 1963, with Thomas Pynchon as the best man. They moved to a small cabin in Carmel (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California), California, where they composed songs with a guitar and Appalachian dulcimer. They debuted their act as "Richard & Mimi Fariña" at the Big Sur Folk Festival in 1964 and signed a contract with Vanguard Records. They recorded their first album, ''Celebrations For a Grey Day'', Celebrations for a Grey Day with the help of Bruce Langhorne, who had previously played for Dylan. '''Bixby Creek Bridge''', also known as '''Bixby Bridge''', is a reinforced concrete open-spandrel arch bridge in Big Sur, California. The bridge is located


Austin, Texas

: www.youtube.com watch?v T8v8YVA-qnI ''Point #1 EPK'' . His credits include such radio documentaries as ''From Moonshine to Armadillos: the Birth of the Austin (Austin, Texas) Music Scene'' (2003), ''One Song at a Time: Tales from the Kerrville Folk Festival'' (2000) and ''We Take You Now to Grover's Mill: The 50th Anniversary of The War of the Worlds (The War of the Worlds (radio)) Broadcast'' (1988). His radio documentary ''Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady'' (2001


Cincinnati

manufacturer Kutol Products; it was devised at the request of Krogers Grocery (Krogers), which wanted a product that could clean coal residue from wallpaper. ''"Accidental Brands", from Under the Influence (Under the Influence (radio documentary series))'', by Terry O'Reilly (Terry O'Reilly (broadcaster)), on CBC.ca; first broadcast March 17, 2012 Following World War II


Ecuador

her career in journalism in Sydney, Australia working as a daily news reporter. She then moved to Latin America, where she worked on a 26-part radio documentary series on indigenous (Indigenous peoples of the Americas) communities in Ecuador. From there she went to Cuba to work as a daily features producer at Radio Havana Cuba. This genus is confined to the Neotropics, occurring in Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, northern Peru, and northern Brazil. '''Manta Air Base''' '''Eloy Alfaro International Airport'''


Nigeria

American Women in Radio & Television the George Polk Award for its 1998 radio documentary ''Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria's Oil Dictatorship'', on the Chevron Corporation and the deaths of two Nigerian villagers protesting an oil spill; Long Island University Announces Winners of 1998 George Polk Awards and Goodman with Allan Nairn won Robert F. Kennedy Memorial's First Prize in International Radio for their 1993 report, ''Massacre: The Story of East Timor'' which involved first-hand coverage of genocide during the Indonesian occupation of East Timor. Commons:Category:Nigeria Dmoz:Regional Africa Nigeria


Liverpool

met George Harrison and Stuart Sutcliffe, the Beatle (Beatles) who was a promising young artist but died of a brain haemorrhage in Hamburg in 1962. The 1980s Barrell made a four-part radio documentary series in the UK in 1987. Two parts, ''Welcome to the Post-Industrial Museum'' and ''Militants on Merseyside'', were about the industrial decline of Liverpool and the control of the city council by the Militant Tendency; and the other two were about the British press. ''The Wapping Truth'' was the story of the Wapping dispute that followed the relocation of News International papers from Fleet Street to Wapping, and ''Nothing Left to Read'' was an examination of the perceived bias of most British newspapers in favour of the government of Margaret Thatcher. The programmes included interviews with author Linda Melvern, Tony Benn MP and the then-editor of the ''New Statesman'', John Lloyd (John Lloyd (journalist)). Sychdyn, which is completely surrounded by farmland and undisturbed woodland, is also a commuter village with residents working in nearby Chester, Liverpool or Wrexham. The village contains the 'Cross Keys' public house, a SPAR convenience store, post office, Bryn Seion chapel, horse riding school, and a primary school, Sychdyn County Primary. Owen was born in Menai Bridge, Wales, but grew up in the English (England) city of Liverpool, where his family moved when he was eight years old. After a short career with the Merchant Navy (British Merchant Navy), for two years Owen worked down a coal mine as a 'Bevin Boy (Bevin Boys)', before moving into repertory theatre as an assistant stage manager. From there he moved into acting, first with the Birmingham Repertory Company and then various other companies, appearing in small roles in films and to a greater degree in the newer medium of television during the 1950s. As regards with the British farmer (Agriculture in the United Kingdom), it does not appear as if he had improved his position; for he has to send his wheat to greater distances, owing to the collapse of many country mill (Mill (grinding))ers or their removal to the seaboard, while railway rates have fallen only to a very small extent; again the farmers wheat is worth only half of what it was formerly; it may be said that the British farmer has to give up one bushel in nine to the railway company for the purpose of transportation, whereas in the seventies he gave up one in eighteen only. Enough has been said to prove that the advantage of position claimed for the British farmer by Caird was somewhat illusory. Speaking broadly, the Kansas or Minnesota farmers wheat does not have to pay for carriage to Liverpool more than 2s (shilling). 6d (pence). to 7s. 6d. per ton in excess of the rate paid by a Yorkshire farmer; this, it will be admitted, does not go very far towards enabling the latter to pay rent (renting), tithes and rates and taxes. - Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition The village of Knowsley is hundreds of years older than the neighbouring city of Liverpool. Its name occurs in the ''Domesday Book'' of 1086 as ''Chenulveslei'' and has been recorded as ''Knuvesle'' (1199); ''Knouselegh'' (1258); ''Knouleslee'' (1261); ''Knusele'' (1262); and ''Knouslegh'' (1346). Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Afghanistan

date 20 April 2008 url http: www.bbc.co.uk asiannetwork programmes schedules 2008 04 20 accessdate 25 October 2008 In May 2008, Rehman was awarded the ''Community Commitment Award'' at QPR. In April 2008, Rehman took part in a radio documentary


India

;font color "#0082B8" Nichalp «Talk» (User talk:Nichalp) 11:15, 23 September 2005 (UTC) Biography Born in Mumbai, India to parents of Goan descent, Fernandes began her career in journalism in Sydney, Australia working as a daily news reporter. She then moved to Latin America, where she worked on a 26-part radio documentary series on indigenous (Indigenous peoples of the Americas) communities in Ecuador. From there she went to Cuba to work as a daily features producer at Radio Havana Cuba. '''Darasuram''' or '''Dharasuram''' (Tamil (Tamil language):தாராசுரம்) is a panchayat town located 3 kilometres from Kumbakonam in Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu, India. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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