, ''Guitar Romantic'', in April 2003. '''Dolton Records''' was a record label based in Seattle that was originally known as Dolphin Records. It was owned by Bob Reisdorf and Bonnie Guitar. Success for the label came early with "Come Softly to Me" by The Fleetwoods, the first single to be released on that label. Reisdorf was soon informed that there was another Dolphin Records in circulation (which was a subsidiary of Laurie
-highways.com usbt.htm U.S. Highways : From US 1 to (US 830) . URL accessed 22:46, 20 February 2006 (UTC). Though it never became the cross-country highway suggested by the "0" as the last digit of its route number, U.S. Highway 10 was one of the original long-haul highways, running from Detroit, Michigan (Detroit), to Seattle, Washington (Seattle), but then losing much of its length when new Interstate Highway (Interstate Highway System)s were built on top of its
accessdate 2011-01-18 The game has a manga-based visual style; it is loosely based on a contemporary Japanese manga series which was based on the ''Shadowrun'' franchise. Unlike the other Shadowrun video games which are set in Seattle and surrounding areas, this game is set entirely in Japan. In the fictional Shadowrun setting, Japan maintains a practice of exiling all orcs and trolls; thus there are no characters of those races (metahuman#Shadowrun) in this game. thumb right On the trail (Image:Tolt-Pipeline-Trail-rider-3509.jpg) The '''Tolt Pipeline Trail''' is a
as well as his electronic project William Control. Francis also acts as producer to the band A Midnight Tragedy. Hal winds up having some solo adventures in Kyle's time, including fighting Kalibak, another of Darkseid's sons, and Vince Hardy, an old acquaintance who Hal knew during his fighter-pilot days. Vince had fought
International Airport *'''United States Virgin Islands''' Washington *Seattle Tacoma (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport) Academic career After receiving his PhD in 1971, Claude Steele got his first job as an Assistant Professor of Psychology for two years at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, and then moved to the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington (Washington (state)) for 14 years, receiving tenure (Tenure (academic)) in 1985
while posing for one year undercover as a student at Clairemont High School in San Diego, California, where he met Geraldine Edwards, who was a student there while he was visiting mutual friends in 1975. He later based part of his Penny Lane character on her in ''Almost Famous'' after discovering that she had been going backstage to Rock and Roll concerts. Later, he wrote and directed one more high school saga, ''Say Anything (Say Anything (film))'', and then '' Singles (1992 film
instrumentation, including accordions, strings and chromatic percussion. In the early 2000s, a notable alternative and experimental music scene began out of Sydney, including acts such as The Captain's Package, Rica Tetas, Slimey Things and Darth Vegas. Sydney and London, 1982-1987 In September 1981, Salmon and Boris Sujdovic (ex Rockets) reformed the band, with Brett Rixon on drums and Tony Thewlis (ex Helicopters) on guitar, and prepared to move to Sydney. For this version of the band, the musical direction of the band turned more towards psychedelic-tinged rock'n'roll that became better known as grunge, which would later explode in Seattle, as well as incorporating the influence of bands such as The Cramps, Suicide (Suicide (band)), The Stooges and Captain Beefheart. death_date
on Votolato's voice and guitar work. Votolato's songwriting skills are on display in his most folk-sounding release to date. '''Gruntruck''' was a grunge band formed in 1989 in Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) by Ben McMillan and Scott McCullum, both previously from Skin Yard. Tommy Niemeyer from The Accüsed (The Accüsed (band)) and Tim Paul, previously of Napalm Beach and Final Warning, rounded out the initial, classic line-up. Their sound was described as grunge, and the band focused more on the metal (Heavy metal music) side of the genre. Overseas tours have also played an important role in the ongoing success story of Treorchy. Since the early 1980s the choir has undertaken an enviable number of overseas tours beginning with two visits to Canada and a performance in Strasbourg Cathedral for its congregation of almost 6,000 people. A series of four successful tours of the USA followed, with visits to the White House and performances in San Francisco, Denver, Seattle and the Mid West. Treorchy has also enjoyed a close connection with Australia, becoming the first Welsh choir to appear at the Sydney Opera House BBC News - Cwm Rhondda's composer remembered in 1986. In the latter years the choir has made two further visits to Australia appearing in Brisbane, Perth (Perth, Western Australia), Adelaide and Melbourne while making a return to the Opera House in Sydney. Closer to home and the choir has more recently appeared on the Royal Variety Performance BBC News - Comic asks if Queen is 'bovvered' and has become a regular entertainer on the turf of the Millennium Stadium for various rugby union international games. * Cherry Street (Toronto), in Toronto * Cherry Street (Seattle), in Seattle's Swedish Hill Historic District * Cherry Street (Philadelphia), in Philadelphia's Chinatown (Chinatown, Philadelphia) neighborhood '''Adam Kasper''' is a Seattle area record producer and engineer (Audio engineering), working with such bands as Cat Power, Pond (Pond (band)), Seaweed (Seaweed (band)), The Tragically Hip, Truly, Mudhoney (Mudhoney (band)), Nirvana (Nirvana (band)), Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, R.E.M., Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. He went to Capital High School (Capital High School (Washington)) in Olympia, Washington. '''''Prayers for the Assassin''''' is a political thriller (Thriller (genre)), and a work of speculative fiction, written by American crime (crime fiction) writer Robert Ferrigno. The story is set in 2040, after economic strife and a pair of nuclear attacks have led to civil war, causing the United States to split into two hostile and competing nations: one a moderate Islamic republic with its capital in Seattle, the other a breakaway Christian Bible Belt built on the ashes of the former Confederacy (Confederate States of America) and with its capital in Atlanta. Early life Zimmer was born in Seattle, Washington, to Ingrid Mueller and Gunter Zimmer.
-museum_of_flight_seattle-i "Museum of Flight." ''travel.yahoo.com.'' Retrieved: September 2, 2011. It was established in 1965 and is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums. As the largest private air and space museum in the world, it also hosts the largest K-12 educational programs in the world. Career Malkin began her journalism career at the ''Los Angeles Daily News'', working as a columnist from 1992 to 1994. In 1995, she worked in Washington, D.C., as a journalism fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, Fox News Bios. “Fox News Contributor”,”FoxNews.com”. Retrieved July 23, 2009. a free-market, anti-government regulation, libertarian (Libertarianism) think tank. Europe Advises U.S. Officials on Climate, Washington Post, March 6, 2009 Competitive Enterprise Institute “Competitive Enterprise Institute” In 1996, she moved to Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), where she wrote columns for ''The Seattle Times''. Malkin became a nationally-syndicated (print syndication) columnist with Creators Syndicate in 1999. Malkin, Michelle. "Michelle Malkin's Latest Opinion Column HLML", Creators Syndicate Malkin, Michelle. "Michelle Malkin's Latest Opinion Column RSS", Creators Syndicate. thumb right 200px A confrontational sticker created by Queer Nation San Francisco (1990). (Image:QN Faggot.jpg) Queer Nation chapters were founded in dozens of other cities, including Atlanta, Boston, Charlottesville, Virginia, Chicago, Columbus, Ohio, Columbia, S.C. (Columbia, South Carolina), Houston, Minneapolis, Montreal (known as ''Queer Nation Rose''), Philadelphia (known as ''Queer Action''), Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee), San Francisco, Seattle and Toronto. She was laid down by the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company (Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company) at Seattle in Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) on 11 June 1962, launched on 8 January 1963; sponsored by Mrs. Nancee Ravenel, a great, great, great, granddaughter of the Honorable Benjamin Stoddert; and commissioned at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard on 12 September 1964; Commander Walter Megginness in command. The ''Cochrane'' was laid down by the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company at Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) on 31 July 1961, launched on 18 July 1962 and commissioned on 21 March 1964. ''Goldsborough'' was laid down by the Puget Sound Bridge and Drydock Company (Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company) at Seattle in Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) on 3 January 1961, launched on 15 December 1961 by Mrs. Alan Bible, wife of U.S. Senator Alan Bible of Nevada and commissioned on 9 November 1963, Captain Charles D. Allen, Jr., in command. ''Buchanan'' was laid down by Todd-Pacific Shipbuilding (Todd Pacific Shipyards) at Seattle in Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) on 23 April 1959, launched on 11 May 1960 and commissioned on 7 February 1962. Eaton began writing as a young girl; her articles on the Chinese people were accepted for publication in Montreal's English-language newspapers, the ''Montreal Star'' and the ''Daily Witness''. She eventually left Montreal to live in the United States, first in San Francisco, then in Seattle, before going to the east coast (East Coast of the United States) to work in Boston. While working as a legal secretary she continued to write and although her appearance and manners would have allowed her to easily pass as an Englishwoman, she asserted her Chinese heritage and wrote articles that told what life was like for a Chinese woman in white America. First published in 1896, her fictional stories about Chinese Americans were a reasoned appeal for her society's acceptance of working-class Chinese at a time when the United States Congress maintained the Chinese Exclusion Act, which banned Chinese immigration to the United States. right thumb Belltown (Image:Seattle Map - Belltown.png) '''Belltown''' is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), United States, in the 98121 Zip Code, located on the city's downtown waterfront, on land that was artificially flattened as part of a regrading project (Denny Regrade, Seattle, Washington). Formerly a low-rent, semi-industrial arts district, in recent decades it has transformed into a neighborhood of trendy restaurants, boutiques, nightclubs, and residential towers as well as warehouses and art galleries. The area is named after William Nathaniel Bell, on whose land claim the neighborhood was built. death_date
Trimpin moved to America (United States) because he needed access to old, used technological components, which were difficult to find in Europe; he settled in Seattle because it "sounded like a nice place to live". In the 1980s, he worked one month per year fishing in Alaska to support his work. As a singer and songwriter, '''Scott McCaughey''' is the leader
The Seattle area had previously been inhabited by Native Americans (Native Americans in the United States) for at least 4,000 years before the first permanent European settlers. The settlement was moved to its current site and named "Seattle" in 1852, after Chief Si'ahl (Chief Seattle) of the local Duwamish (Duwamish tribe) and Suquamish (Suquamish tribe) tribes.
Logging was Seattle's first major industry, but by the late 19th century the city had become a commercial and shipbuilding center as a gateway to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush. By 1910, Seattle was one of the 25 largest cities in the country. However, the Great Depression severely damaged the city's economy. Growth returned during and after World War II, due partially to the local Boeing company, which established Seattle as a center for aircraft manufacturing. The city developed as a technology center in the 1980s, with companies like Amazon.com, Microsoft and T-Mobile US based in the area. The stream of new software, biotechnology, and Internet companies led to an economic revival, which increased the city's population by almost 50,000 between 1990 and 2000. Since then, Seattle has become a hub for green industry and a model for sustainable development.
Seattle has a noteworthy musical history. From 1918 to 1951, there were nearly two dozen jazz nightclubs along Jackson Street, from the current Chinatown International District, to the Central District. The jazz scene developed the early careers of Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson and others. Seattle is also the birthplace of rock musician Jimi Hendrix and the alternative rock style grunge.