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Oklahoma City

July 23, 1961 PLACE OF BIRTH Oklahoma City, Oklahoma DATE OF DEATH '''WKY''' (930 AM (AM broadcasting)) is a radio station located in Oklahoma City and is under ownership of Cumulus Media. April 24 On April 24, a small tornado event spawned at least two tornadoes in northeastern and central Oklahoma, causing some moderate damage particularly around Oklahoma City. No injuries were reported. There were some spectacular television images captured


Republic of Ireland

yesterday's events is sick with the same affliction as those who did the deed." Television images of fire-fighters shovelling body parts into plastic bags at the Oxford Street bus station were the most shocking of the day. Select Committee on Defence, 2 July 2003


Toronto

"Biography of Oli Goldsmith at OliGoldsmith.com". Retrieved 2010-03-22 His artwork was described as "Integrating photographs, logos, television images, signs, as well as a variety of written forms, such as epigrams and poetry, Goldsmith's art juxtaposes the unexpected, resulting in pieces that are bold, colourful, and energetic." Staff "Our Lady Peace Re-Launch Website" Chartattack.com 16 Nov, 2000. Retrieved 2009-09-26 When the album insert is unfolded, it reveals a surrealistic panorama that appears to be set in a hospital. The official photo shoot for ''Spiritual Machines'' took place on October 7, 2000 on the sixth floor of St. Joseph's Health Centre in Toronto, formerly an intensive-care unit. Chiu, Ellen "The OLP In-Studio News Report: 2000 10 09" Chartattack.com 11 Oct, 2000. Retrieved 2009-09-26 Several shows during the Summer leg had to be rescheduled or canceled after Maida contracted a throat infection. A cancer scare which turned out to be harmless caused bassist Duncan Coutts to miss six weeks of touring following the shoot for the "Life" video in February. Davis, Darren. "Our Lady Peace's Meaning Of 'Life' Changed By Cancer Scare" – ''Launch'' 25 Apr. 2001. Retrieved 2009-10-23. Rob Higgins of the band Change of Heart (Change of Heart (band)) filled in for him while he recovered from surgery. "Our Lady Peace Gets Spiritual" – ''Pollstar'' 14 Mar. 2001. Retrieved 2009-11-16 Coutts would also miss several shows in June after breaking his wrist in a biking accident. The band wrapped up the tour with a performance at Music Without Borders at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on October 21, 2001. Gangadeen, Paul. "Live: Music Without Borders" – ''Chartattack'' 22 Oct. 2001. Retrieved 2009-10-23. This would be their last live performance with Mike Turner. Several songs were recorded live by the band in Syracuse, New York with hopes of releasing a live album with producer Bob Rock and then to continue touring for the album. The live tracks were instead spread across various promos and singles and the band decided to record a full length album, ''Gravity (Gravity (Our Lady Peace album))'', with Rock. Pacienza, Angela. "Our Lady Peace Finds Gravity in Maui" ''The Winnipeg Free Press'' 29 Jun 2002: C6. Retrieved 2009-11-22 The shows were recorded live from the stage at Toronto's The Rivoli. Over the course of the series the show featured performances by Diane Black, Jenny Hacker, Diane Wilson, Kathryn Greenwood and Johnathan Wilson. - CJCL Sportsnet Radio: The Fan 590 Rogers Communications Toronto Ontario - - CHUM (CHUM-AM) TSN Radio 1050 Bell Media Toronto Ontario - The Congregation of St. Basil was formed in Annonay in France (1822) under the Rule of St. Basil, which has a branch at Toronto, Canada. Newcastle is located about 80 km east of Toronto, and about 18 km east of Oshawa and Bowmanville on Highway 401 (Macdonald-Cartier Freeway). It is also the southern terminus of Highway 35 115.(Highway 35 (Ontario Highway 35)). The cover image was taken by Muffins' guitarist Mark Gane from an apartment he was living in on Bloor Street in Toronto. It depicts the Bank of Montreal tower over a building in poor repair. resides Peterborough, Ontario billed '''Toronto, Ontario, Canada''' Wall Street in Manhattan, New York trainer Sean Morley Shane Sewell Split and individual success Friction arose between the team (as well as the entire RECK faction) at King of the Ring (King of the Ring (2001)) when Edge won the 2001 King of the Ring tournament (all four members had made it to the semi finals). Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


New Zealand

and exploration. On June 27 the first public demonstration of color TV was held by H. E. Ives and his colleagues at Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York. The first images were a bouquet of roses and an American flag. A mechanical system was used to transmit 50-line color television images between New York and Washington. By November, Vladimir Zworykin had taken out the first patent for color television. On November 29, Bernt Balchen, U.S. Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd Richard


Australia

buried 11 October 1621, Amsterdam Phillip E. Playford, Hartog, Dirk (1580 - 1621) in the Australian Dictionary


France

the offer as they were running out of ballast and it would be too risky (to themselves and anyone below) to pass over the suburbs of Paris. They landed in a field of barley, owned by Roger and Rachel Coquerel, in Miserey, 60 miles (96 km) northwest of Paris. Television images showed a highway nearby, its shoulders and outer lanes crowded with stopped cars, people sweeping across the farm field to the landing spot. The gondola was protected, but most of the logs and charts were swiped by souvenir hunters. '''TF1 Group''' is a French (France) media holding company (French (French language): '''Groupe TF1'''), the owner of channel TF1, the largest European private TV channel, and Eurosport, the largest European sports network. The tapestries were owned by the La Rochefoucauld (Duc de La Rochefoucauld) family of France for several centuries. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. bought them in 1922 for about one million United States dollars and donated them to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1937. They now hang in The Cloisters which houses the museum's medieval collection. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


Germany

train bound for Germany from Belgrade derails (Zagreb train disaster) in Zagreb, Yugoslavia (now Croatia), killing more than 150 passengers. The year saw several advances in technology and exploration. On June 27 the first public demonstration of color TV was held by H. E. Ives and his colleagues at Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York. The first images were a bouquet of roses and an American flag. A mechanical system was used to transmit 50-line color television

images between New York and Washington. By November, Vladimir Zworykin had taken out the first patent for color television. On November 29, Bernt Balchen, U.S. Admiral Richard Byrd (Richard Evelyn Byrd), Captain Ashley McKinley, and Harold June, became the first to fly over the South Pole. Within the year, Britain (United Kingdom), Australia and New Zealand began a joint British Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition Antarctic Research Expedition


United States

for the second performance to be telerecorded (telerecording) onto 35mm film, as the first was shown live, seen only by those who were watching. Videotape recording was still in development and television images could only be preserved on film by using a special recording apparatus (known as "telerecording" in the UK and "kinescoping (kinescope)" in the USA (United States)) but was used sparingly in Britain (United Kingdom) for preservation and not for pre


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