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Sausalito, California

visitors. Media Sausalito has a local newspaper called the MarinScope, owned by Vijay Mallya and edited by Jessica Mullins. Sausalito also has a small radio station founded by Jonathan Westerling, Radio Sausalito 1610 AM, which also serves as the city's Emergency Broadcasting System. The city's primary websites


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

; That same year, keyboardist vocalist Erik Avakian joined the lineup and the band moved to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1994 where they played at local Pennsylvania bars and nightclubs. Their first EP (Extended play) ''Porcelain (Porcelain EP)'' was released in 1996 and sold well locally, spawning a small radio hit with "Shimmer (Shimmer (song))". The popularity of the EP brought them to the attention of Sony's 550 imprint, which released their second EP ''Hazleton (Hazleton EP)'' the following year. Early life, family, and education Newton Leroy McPherson was born at the Harrisburg Hospital in Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, on June 17, 1943. His mother, Kathleen "Kit" McPherson (née Daugherty; 1925–2003), and father, Newton Searles McPherson (1923–1970), Newt Gingrich Parents and Grandparents ''2012.Republican-Candidates.org''. Retrieved 2012-03-12. married in September 1942, when she was 16 and McPherson was 19. The marriage fell apart within days. Civil War When the Civil War started in 1861, McConaughy formed and served as captain of the "Adams Rifles," a company of civilian scouts, primarily composed of his law clients. They were active in monitoring the region for signs of Confederate (Confederate States Army) activity during several threatened incursions, including during the Maryland Campaign. McConaughy's scouts and spies were particularly active in late June 1863 during the early days of the Gettysburg Campaign, when they shadowed oncoming enemy cavalry and, later, the main infantry columns. McConaughy gave this vital information to the local military commander, Maj. (Major (United States)) Granville O. Haller, who in turn relayed it to Maj. Gen. (Major general (United States)) Darius N. Couch and Governor Andrew Curtin in Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania). McConaughy stayed in Gettysburg during the Confederate occupation in early July, still rendering service to the Federal soldiers. Following the battle, Col. George H. Sharpe wrote a letter to McConaughy on behalf of Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, formally thanking him for the critical information on Confederate troop movements.


Quebec City

, Montreal and Quebec City. She has also worked for the Canadian Forces Network in Germany, for CHIN-FM multi-cultural station in Toronto and for a small radio station in Smiths Falls (Smiths Falls, Ontario). Her print background includes covering the 1990 presidential elections in Haiti for ''The Globe and Mail'', writing arts features for ''NUVO'' magazine, and editing ''The Record (The Record (Sherbrooke))'' daily newspaper in Sherbrooke. British Lieutenant Colonel John Bradstreet led an army of over 3,000 men, of whom about 150 were regular (regular army)s and the remainder were provincial militia. The army besieged the 110 people inside the fort and won their surrender two days later, cutting one of the two major communication and supply lines between the major eastern centres of Montreal and Quebec City and France's western territories (the northern route, along the Ottawa River, remained open throughout the war). The British captured goods worth 800,000 livres (French livre) from the trading post. The '''Grand Théâtre de Québec ''' is an arts complex in Quebec City, Canada. It was conceived to commemorate the Canadian Centennial of 1967 and the Quebec Conference, 1864, one of the key meetings leading to the Canadian Confederation of 1867. During NBC prime time programming, Canadian cable systems frequently cover up WPTZ's signal on cable systems in Montreal and, to a lesser extent, Quebec City. This is done to satisfy the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's simsub (Simultaneous substitution) rules. The action benefits CFCF-TV and CKMI-TV. On the American side, WPTZ can be seen in New York State on Charter (Charter Communications) channel 2 and in Vermont on Comcast channel 5. It is the default NBC affiliate for Essex (Essex County, New York), Franklin (Franklin County, New York), and Eastern St. Lawrence (St. Lawrence County, New York) Counties in Upstate New York where it is seen on Time Warner Cable. In Ogdensburg (Ogdensburg, New York) and Western St. Lawrence County, that system offers both WPTZ and Syracuse (Syracuse, New York)'s WSTM-TV. FAO Ambassador The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger. FAO was founded on October 16, 1945 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The FAO Goodwill Ambassadors Programme was initiated in 1999. Maná was nominated and appointed FAO Ambassadors on October 16, 2003. "Maná meet the Goodwill Ambassadors"


Normandy

– which owned the town's Benedictine distillery – had a small radio transmitter behind a piano in his house, and that a local cobbler's business had increased after a broadcast mentioned his name. thumb right 100px Cartesian planetary vortices, ''Physica Particularis'', 1754. (Image:Lemonnier-cursus-vol4.JPG) '''Pierre Lemonnier''' (1675 in Normandy - 1757) was a French (French people) astronomer, a Professor of Physics and Philosophy at the Collège


Seoul

Episcopal Area), where he served for twelve years. From 1928 until 1932 he was assigned the Pittsburgh Area. In 1932 he was sent to China for his last assignment. He retired in 1936 from the active episcopacy. Personal life and early career Edwards has two daughters, Eleanor and Susannah, and a stepson, Brean Campbell. He is a graduate of St. Xavier High School (Louisville) and the University of Louisville and began his radio career in 1968 at a small radio station in New Albany, Indiana. Afterwards, Edwards served in the U.S. Army, producing and anchoring TV and radio news programs for the American Forces Korea Network from Seoul. Following his army service, he went on to anchor news for WTOP (WTOP-FM)-AM, a CBS affiliate, in Washington, D.C. He also earned an M.A. (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) in Communication from American University in Washington D.C. In 1972, at age 25, Edwards anchored national newscasts for the Mutual Broadcasting System. Edwards joined NPR in 1974. Before hosting ''Morning Edition'', Edwards was co-host of ''All Things Considered''. Edwards is married to WRTI Philadelphia news anchor Windsor Johnston. Korean War When war broke out in Korea, Army broadcasters set up in Seoul, in the Banto Hotel (the old American Embassy Hotel). When the Chinese entered Seoul in December, 1950, the crew moved to a mobile unit that was just completed and retreated to Daegu, South Korea. Due to the large number of American troops in Korea, a number of stations were also started. Mobile units followed combat units to provide news and entertainment on the radio. By the time the 1953 armistice was signed, these mobile units became buildings with transmitters, and a network, American Forces Korea Network, was born. *34UHF ** Yongsan-gu, Seoul (USAG Yongsan (Yongsan Garrison), Camp Market, K-16 Airbase) (30 kW) *49UHF *102.7 MHz ** Yongsan-gu (Yongsan), Seoul (USAG Yongsan (Yongsan Garrison), Camp Market, K-16 Airbase...) (5 kW) *1530 kHz ** Yongsan-gu (Yongsan), Seoul (USAG Yongsan (Yongsan Garrison), Camp Market, K-16 Airbase) (5 kW) UNA-USA's Programs The Global Classrooms program brings Model UN to urban public schools across the US and an array of schools around the world. The program is currently in ten American cities; Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York City, San Juan (San Juan, Puerto Rico), Tampa Bay, and Washington, DC, and fourteen international cities; Beijing, Beirut, Berlin, Cantabria, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, Madrid, Mexico City, New Delhi, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo. Global Classrooms Model UN In 1994, Yousef and Khalid Sheik Mohammed started testing airport security. Yousef booked a flight between Kai Tak International Airport in Hong Kong and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near Taipei. Mohammed booked a flight between Ninoy Aquino International Airport near Manila and Kimpo International Airport near Seoul. The two had already converted fourteen bottles of contact lens solution into bottles containing nitroglycerin, which was readily available in the Philippines. Yousef had taped to the arch of his foot a metal rod, which would serve as a detonator. The two wore jewelry and clothing with metal to confuse airport security. To support their claim that they were meeting women, they packed condoms in their bags. Ressa, Maria (2003) Philippines: U.S. missed 9 11 clues years ago CNN - Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Cairo

Carmel range from which the Yishuv could defend the region and attack Nazi communications and supply lines, if necessary. British intelligence also trained a small radio network under Moshe Dayan to act as spy cells in the event of a German invasion. Third and Fourth Dynasties During the earliest period, pyramids were constructed wholly of stone. Locally quarried limestone was the material of choice for the main body


Haiti

on the W Network, and as reporter and host for local CBC Radio shows in Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City. She has also worked for the Canadian Forces Network in Germany, for CHIN-FM multi-cultural station in Toronto and for a small radio station in Smiths Falls (Smiths Falls, Ontario). Her print background includes covering the 1990 presidential elections in Haiti for ''The Globe and Mail'', writing arts features for ''NUVO'' magazine, and editing ''The Record (The Record (Sherbrooke))'' daily newspaper in Sherbrooke. Completing the course in August 1920, he went overseas again the following month, joining squadron "E" of Marine Aviation Forces, 1st Provisional Brigade (US 1st Provisional Marine Brigade), at Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He was transferred to the 2d Brigade the following March to make an aerial survey and mosaic map of the coast line of the Dominican Republic. After completing that assignment he returned to Quantico in October 1922. Allapattah was predominantly populated by whites from early in the 20th century until the late 1950s, when there was a large influx of black American (African American)s displaced by the construction of I-95 (Interstate 95 in Florida) (then, the North-South Expressway) in the 1950s and 1960s, leading to white flight to suburban Miami-Dade County and Broward County (Broward County, Florida). Cubans migrated (Cuban migration to Miami) to Miami neighborhoods like Allapattah in large numbers following the Cuban Revolution of 1959 (Cuban Revolution), hosting one of Miami's largest Cuban American populations. The 1980s brought influxes of Dominicans (Dominican Republic), Nicaraguans, Hondurans (Honduras), and Haitians in the aftermath of various refugee crises in those nations. Now, a melting pot of residents from all across the Caribbean, Central America, and Latin America reside in the area. The '''Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH)''' ( WikiPedia:Haiti Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Haiti Commons:Category:Haiti


Croatia


Madrid

as Prime Minister of Spain. Sagasta recalls Weyler, offers home rule to the Cubans, and ends the ''campos de reconcentración'' (concentration camps). Havanna - style "background:#DCDCDC" Madrid


Philadelphia


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