, which took place in 1985, to coincide with the G8 Summit (Summit (meeting)) in Edinburgh this July. The concert, named ‘Live 8’, will take place in Hyde Park, London on 2 July, with other concerts in Paris, Rome, Berlin and Philadelphia, and is intended to raise awareness of the Make Poverty History campaign. It is expected to include acts such as Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Madonna (Madonna (entertainer)), the Rolling Stones, Coldplay and U2, as well as a rumoured reunion of the Spice Girls. (BBC), (Guardian Unlimited) In 1929, after the Communist Party created a Women's Commission, Lemlich launched the United Council of Working Class Women, which eventually had nearly fifty branches in New York City, as well as affiliates in Philadelphia, Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Detroit. The organization recruited among CP members but did not identify the Council with the CP or press non-Party members of the Council to join the party as well. Ring of Honor In late 2006, Toland began wrestling for the Philadelphia based promotion Ring of Honor, being called "The All Natural Superior Athlete" Tank Toland. He made his debut at ''Suffocation'' on October 17, competing in a Four Corners Survival match (Professional wrestling match types#Basic non-elimination matches) against Roderick Strong, Chris Hero and Mark Briscoe (Briscoe Brothers). Toland wrestled several shows for ROH in 2006, his final being at ''The Chicago Spectacular: Night Two'', before taking time off from the company due to a torn biceps that required surgery. Premise Philadelphia coffee shop waitress Angie Falco (Angie Falco Benson) (Donna Pescow) starts a romance with customer Bradley Benson (Robert Hays). She assumes he is an improverished student; he turns out to be a pediatrician from a wealthy family (in response to Angie asking him just how wealthy, he replied, "You've heard of 'filthy rich'? We're disgusting.") Since the first Ladyfest, the event has branched out into other urban centres such as Amsterdam, Atlanta, Belfast, Belgium, Bellingham, Berlin, Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brighton, Bristol, Brooklyn, Cambridge, Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Cork (Cork (city)), Chicago, Cardiff, Dijon, Dublin, Glasgow, Grenoble, Lansing, MI, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Manchester, Melbourne, Orlando (Orlando, Florida), Ottawa, Oxford, Philadelphia, Riverside, California, Scranton, San Francisco, San Diego, Sevilla, Tallinn, Texas, Toronto, Toulouse, Traverse City, Washington DC, Wellington, New Orleans, New Zealand and more. Each new festival is organized locally and independently of other Ladyfest events in other states or countries, primarily by volunteers, and most proceeds are donated to non-profit organizations (Non-profit organization). Career Matsuda came to the United States in 1883 and had his first match in New York City on January 14, 1884. He lost to the Englishman (England) Edwin Bibby. In March, 1884, Matsuda beat Bibby and then James Daley in New York. Over the next few months he went on the road and wrestled in Cleveland, Baltimore, Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), Rochester (Rochester, New York), Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Chicago and Peoria (Peoria, Illinois). His opponents included Duncan Ross, Jack Gallagher, Benny Jones, Joe Acton (Joseph Acton), Carlos Martino and Ted George. Matsuda was on the road the rest of 1886, wrestling in Cleveland, Philadelphia, Ashland, Wisconsin and St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri). opponents included Duncan Ross, Joe Acton (Joseph Acton), Jack Carkeek, James Doner, James Faulkner and Bernarr MacFadden.
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in Hyde Park, London on 2 July, with other concerts in Paris, Rome, Berlin and Philadelphia, and is intended to raise awareness of the Make Poverty History campaign. It is expected to include acts such as Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Madonna (Madonna (entertainer)), the Rolling Stones, Coldplay and U2, as well as a rumoured reunion of the Spice Girls. (BBC), (Guardian Unlimited) right thumb Gambir Station and Immanuel Church are located in the eastern edge of Gambir Subdistrict, Central Jakarta (Image:Gambir_station_Jakarta.JPG) '''Gambir''' is a subdistrict (Subdistricts of Indonesia) of Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is characterized by many historic buildings from the colonial era. Gambir Subdistrict is the location of many political and administrative center of Jakarta and Indonesia. The Merdeka Palace (the presidential palace of Indonesia), the National Museum (National Museum (Indonesia)) and the Merdeka Square (Merdeka Square, Jakarta) (the location of the National Monument) (National Monument (Indonesia)) are located in Gambir. thumb 300px Panglao Island Natures Park and Spa (Image:Panglao Natures Park.jpg) Panglao was known to Chinese (China), Malay (Malays (ethnic group)), Siamese (Thai people) and Indonesian traders. In 1803, Spanish (Spain) explorers came to the shores of Panglao in search of fresh water. At the time a couple of natives on the seashore were making fishing devices called "panggaw". One of the Spaniards asked what the name of the island was. The natives--who thought the visitors were asking what they were making--then replied "panggaw". Hence, from that term, was derived the name Panglao. Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia
Keith Duffy reminisced on the early days: "He told Louis Walsh he was 5ft 7in. When he auditioned for ''The Hobbit'' later on, he said he was 5ft 3in. But he was a true giant of a man". Mikey Graham said Gately had only told him the previous week how much he loved Cowles, adding: "When he came out, he finally became himself".
Poverty History campaign. Taking place on 3 July 2005, the day after Live 8, the event was intended to be another aspect of the efforts to raise awareness of the debt (debt relief) in Africa and to pressure the political figures of the G8. * ''Vittel Diary (22.v.43 – 16.9.43)'', Israel: Ghetto Fighters' House, 1964. Translated from the Hebrew (Hebrew language) by Dr. Myer Cohen; includes biographical notes and appendix of terms and place names. * ''Le Chant du peuple