performances incorporate the use of a number of distortion and loop pedals, and his shows are recorded live at the soundboard and made available to concertgoers immediately following the show on recordable media. Arthur was discovered by Peter Gabriel in the mid-'90s, and signed to Gabriel's Real World (Real World Records) label as the first North American artist on the label's roster. Arthur released his debut album ''Big City Secrets'' (1997) and follow-up, '' Come to Where I'm From
, named their 1990 album ''Stay Sick!'' and dedicated their 1997 album, ''Big Beat From Badsville'', to Ghoulardi's memory. David Thomas (David Thomas (musician)), of art rock band Pere Ubu (Pere Ubu (band)), said that the Cramps were "so thoroughly co-optive of the Ghoulardi persona that when they first appeared in the 1970s, Clevelanders of the generation were fairly dismissive." Thomas credits Ghoulardi for influencing the "otherness" of the Cleveland
date 2010-11-22 accessdate 2010-11-25 Kyle Quinlan After the Nagisa-en performance, B'z flew to the U.S. The tour "B'z Live-Gym 2003 Banzai in North America" concluded with 7 shows including Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area), Los Angeles, San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Seattle, Vancouver. Their thirteenth album, ''Big Machine (Big Machine (album))'', was released on 17 September. As they flew back to Japan, B'z started their third tour in 2003, "B'z Live-Gym 2003 Big Machine." It was a dome tour in 6 locations, from Saitama Super Arena to Tokyo Dome in December. During the tour, Tak announced his solo project. As the start, he worked with the late Izumi Sakai from Zard for the song "Ihoujin", as well as with Mai Kuraki for the song "Imitation Gold". Later, the compilation cover album ''The Hit Parade'' with various vocalist was released on 26 November. ** 21 October – Showbox: Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) ** 23 October – Commodore Ballroom: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada * Live-Gym 2003 "Big Machine" Because of the significance of the case, in 1996 former Supreme Court of British Columbia Justice Martin Taylor, Vancouver lawyer David Hay and filmmaker Michael Doherty produced an educational documentary of the case. Besides recreating the events leading up to the case and "interviews" with actors playing the significant participants in the case, the production includes a 1995 interview with Lord Denning (Tom Denning, Baron Denning)—then aged 96. Video site The Paisley Snail This was one of the last interviews with Lord Denning, who died three years later. The film has been exhibited worldwide. Slug's trail to silver screen, BBC News, August 2003 The film is now available here http: www.justiceeducation.ca resources Paisley-Snail - 1960 (1960 World Figure Skating Championships) WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver
, ''Big Machine (Big Machine (album))'', was released on 17 September. As they flew back to Japan, B'z started their third tour in 2003, "B'z Live-Gym 2003 Big Machine." It was a dome tour in 6 locations, from Saitama Super Arena to Tokyo Dome in December. During the tour, Tak announced his solo project. As the start, he worked with the late Izumi Sakai from Zard for the song "Ihoujin", as well as with Mai Kuraki for the song "Imitation Gold". Later, the compilation cover album ''The Hit Parade'' with various vocalist was released on 26 November. ** 19 October – The Fillmore: San Francisco, California ** 21 October – Showbox: Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) ** 23 October – Commodore Ballroom: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada * Used in Season 1 of Top Chef Canada during the Quickfire Challenge, when one contestant selected the item, and the contestants were surprised by being asked to use the ingredients of the contestant next to them instead of their own selection. The Chef (Rob) that was forced to use the Geoduck, and hated using it, ended up winning the challenge. * Episode 3 of the first season of Bizarre Foods America on Travel Channel, set in Seattle, features host Andrew Zimmern following the process of Geoduck farming. He later assists in the harvest of a full-grown specimen on the tidal beaches of Puget Sound. Eating the fresh geoduck after a short blanching process, it is described as "ocean candy" by the host. * A 2012 episode of Dragon's Den (Dragons' Den (Canada)) featured a pitch regarding geoducks. A few days later Slim, having carefully planned her escape, leaves and takes Gracie with her. With the help of her friends, who wait outside in a van, she makes it to the door. But Mitch stops her while she's about to leave. He then attacks and kicks her, which leaves a bruise. He threatens Slim's friends with a gun, who run into the house after hearing Slim scream. Mitch says he will plant drugs in her car, making her look like an addict - that way he'll have sole custody of Gracie by the end of the week. But with her friend's help, she and Gracie escape. But Mitch relentlessly hunts her down, freezing her credit cards, forcing her friends to help her out financially. Mrs. Hiller, Mitch's mother, calls them to check on them but they have to keep their calls short. Slim takes Gracie to Seattle, to meet her ex-boyfriend Joe, but they are visited by a couple of Mitch's friends, disguised as FBI agents investigating a kidnapping, and then to San Francisco to see her grandfather, (Slim's estranged father), since she knows they both are in perilous danger. The man, named Jupiter, claims that Slim is not his daughter and gives them only $12, thinking they are homeless and want money. Slim leaves, hardhearted at Jupiter, and moves with Gracie to Michigan. However, after Jupiter is threatened by Mitch's men, he decides to help. He sends them enough money for a house. While at their new home in Michigan, Slim changes her name to Erin Shleeter, and the future looks clear and bright. But Mitch tracks her down from traced calls from payphone at gas stations around the area. As he attacks Slim, saying he wants her back, Gracie witnesses the attack and tries to stop her father. But Mitch pushes her out of the way. A car chase ensues, but Slim has made preparations for an escape and they are able to do so again. Gracie seems scared and has become quite silent, but doesn't want her mother to tell her what happened.
1924. In June 1925 she was loaned to the State of Oregon (Government of Oregon), who used her as a floating monument and museum in Portland (Portland, Oregon). After the Nagisa-en performance, B'z flew to the U.S. The tour "B'z Live-Gym 2003 Banzai in North America" concluded with 7 shows including Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area), Los Angeles, San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Seattle, Vancouver. Their thirteenth album
, ''The Newz (The Newz (album))'' was released on the Hamburg-based label (record label), Edel Entertainment. The release of the album coincided with Nazareth's fortieth anniversary tour, which started on 25 January in Sweden and visited most of Europe, finished on 4 November 2008 in Norway. A follow up album, ''Big Dogz'', was released on 15 April 2011. Kohoutek has been interested with astronomy since high school. He studied physics and astronomy at universities in Brno and Prague (finished 1958). Then he started to work in Astronomical Institute of Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, where he published a well cited catalog (''Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae'', 1967). Kohoutek obtained long term position in observatory in Hamburg-Bergedorf. After Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia (1968) he decided to stay in Germany (1970). His discoveries in the '70s made him well known in media. In later years Kohoutek worked in observatories in Spain and Chile, working with planetary nebulae. He officially retired in 2001, yet he is still researching at the Hamburg-Bergedorf Observatory. Kohoutek published 162 scientific works. Motassadeq first came to Germany in 1993 and moved to Hamburg in 1995, where he studied electrical engineering in college. Little is known of his activities at this time, but he did move into the Hamburg cell apartment owned by Mohamed Atta and lived in by many other people who would later go on to lead the September 11, 2001 attacks. On November 15, 2006, the German Federal Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof) ruled on the appeals: They considered the evidence as sufficient to prove that Motassadeq knew about and was involved in the preparation of the plan to hijack the planes and is hence guilty of accessory (Accessory (legal term)) in 246 counts of murder. This is the number of victims that died in the planes but does not include the victims on ground. The ''Oberlandesgericht'' (state supreme court) in Hamburg then took up the trial again in order to decide on the sentencing. Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg
on several websites. But in most developed Asian cities such as Hong Kong and Tokyo, a 8GB version of the Seagate ST1 are selling at the price (as of second quarter 2006) as low as USD $220 in retail shops, and under USD $50 on eBay. O'Day left Warner Brothers in 1982 to write and self-publish. In 1983 he was invited to Tokyo to co-write six more songs with Yamashita for his album ''Big Wave''. The collaboration yielded a Gold Disc Award in Japan. Footnotes 1 (#Footnote 1) For instance, economists in 1949 expected that one could buy similar quantities of meat in New York for one dollar (USD) as in Tokyo for 360 Yen, the pegged nominal exchange rate at the time (JPY#Exchange rates over time). It was thought that deviations from this would mostly be caused by problems of supply, and the fact that exchange rates were not allowed to float (floating exchange rate) to market levels by most of the world's central banks (before the 1970s and the end of the Bretton Woods (Bretton Woods system) era of gold convertibility). death_date WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo
unique sound. In 1992, Moon Records, officially MoonSKA NYC, put out their debut album, ''Big Step'', and its follow-up ''Horny for Ska'' in 1996. By the mid 1990’s the group had morphed from a five-piece into a nine-piece outfit and captured a loyal following in the Philadelphia and New York areas. The group toured nationally, regularly opening up for groups like the Skatalites, Steel Pulse, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Desmond Dekker, Ziggy Marley, Special Beat, Bad Manners, Fishbone, Yellowman, Eek a Mouse, and No Doubt. Ruder Than You CDs were internationally released in Japan and England, and songs can be found on dozens of ska compilations around the globe.
Marmier''' (22 June 1808 - 12 October 1892) was a France French author born in Pontarlier, in Doubs. He had a passion for travelling, and this he combined throughout his life with the production of literature. After journeying in Switzerland, Belgium and the Netherlands, he was attached in 1835 to the Arctic expedition of the ''Recherche''; and after a couple of years at Rennes as professor of foreign literature, he visited (1842) Russia, (1845) Syria, (1846) Algeria, (1848–1849) North America and South America, and numerous volumes from his pen were the result. In 1870 he was elected to the Academy (Académie française) (Seat 31), and he was for many years prominently identified with the Sainte-Geneviève library. He did much to encourage the study of Scandinavian literature in France, publishing translations of Holberg (Ludvig Holberg), Oehlenschlager (Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger) and others. He died in Paris in 1892. * In Nepal, phone lines and internet connections are restored. (BBC) (Sify) At the same time, the army begins air strikes against Maoist (Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)) troops. (Reuters) * Swiss (Switzerland) police are searching for three apparent burglars who yesterday briefly held hostages in the Spanish (Spain) embassy in Bern. When the police stormed the building, they discovered that the criminals had already left the scene. An embassy security guard is in the hospital. (SwissInfo) (Reuters) * The President (President of Mexico) of Mexico, Vicente Fox, increases his personal security after an advisor reportedly leaked his itinerary to a Mexican drug cartel. (Reuters) (Bloomberg) (BBC) The Volvo 780 Coupé debuted at the International Auto Show in Geneva, Switzerland in 1985, marking Volvo's return to the two-door coupé market following the departure of the 262C (Volvo 200 Series#Special editions) in 1981. The 780 became available in Europe in 1986 and in United States a year later. Biography Henri Bettelheim, the father of Charles Bettelheim, was a Viennese (Vienna) Austrian of Jewish origin, and a representative of a Swiss bank in Paris. The family had to leave France after the beginning of the First World War in 1914. The Bettelheims lived in Switzerland then in Egypt. In 1922, Charles Bettelheim returned to Paris with his French mother, during which time his father, who was living in Egypt, committed suicide. By country Wall Street Institute has centers in: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, People's Republic of China, Peru, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Venezuela.
album, ''Big Dogz'', was released on 15 April 2011. '''Popol Vuh''', later known as '''Popol Ace''', was a 1970s Norwegian (Norway) progressive rock band (Musical band), that became popular in the 1970s Norwegian rock scene with such songs as "All We Have Is the Past", "Queen of all Queens" and "Music Box". Contracting members include: Albania; Algeria; Andorra; Angola; Antigua and Barbuda; Argentina; Armenia; Australia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Bolivia; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Botswana; Brazil; Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Central African Republic; Chad; Chile; China (People's Republic of China); Colombia; Comoros; Congo (Republic of the Congo); Costa Rica; Croatia; Cuba; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Côte d'Ivoire; Democratic People's Republic of Korea; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Denmark; Djibouti; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; El Salvador; Equatorial Guinea; Estonia; Finland; France; Gabon; Gambia; Georgia (Georgia (country)); Germany; Ghana; Greece; Grenada; Guatemala; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Guyana; Haiti; Holy See; Honduras; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Iran (Islamic Republic of); Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Jordan; Kazakhstan; Kenya; Kyrgyzstan; Laos; Latvia; Lebanon; Lesotho; Liberia; Libya; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Macedonia (Macedonia (country)); Signed as "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Macedonia naming dispute)" Madagascar; Malawi; Malaysia; Mali; Malta; Mauritania; Mauritius; Mexico; Moldova; Monaco; Mongolia; Morocco; Mozambique; Namibia; Nepal; Netherlands; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Oman; Pakistan; Panama; Papua New Guinea; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Qatar; Republic of Korea; Romania; Russian Federation; Rwanda; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Serbia; Seychelles; Sierra Leone; Singapore; Slovakia; Slovenia; South Africa; Spain; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Suriname; Swaziland; Sweden; Switzerland; Syrian Arab Republic; Tajikistan; Thailand; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Uganda; Ukraine; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United Republic of Tanzania; United States of America; Uruguay; Uzbekistan; Venezuela; Vietnam; Yemen; Zambia; and Zimbabwe. *New Zealand: civil union (Civil unions in New Zealand) *Norway: ''registrert partnerskap (Civil unions in Norway)'' (registered partnership) *Spain: marriage (Same-sex marriage in Spain) **Mexico City: ''marriage (Same-sex marriage in Mexico)'' *Norway: marriage (Same-sex marriage in Norway) *Portugal: marriage (Same-sex marriage in Portugal) Every structure from the World's Columbian Exposition was long ago destroyed by fire, demolished or moved elsewhere, except for the old Palace of Fine Arts, now the Museum of Science and Industry (Museum of Science and Industry (Chicago)), The Palace of Fine Arts, the only fireproof building at the fair, fell into disrepair and was rehabilitated with a $5 million grant in 1930 from Julius Rosenwald (President of Sears, Roebuck and Co.). The only other relic from the fair still in the same location is The Osaka Garden, a Japanese strolling garden. It was reconstructed on its original site on the Wooded Island after being vandalized during World War II. (By itself, the Wooded Island is considered one of "150 great places in Illinois" by the American Institute of Architects. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway
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Rooms ," from his debut album of the same name became a number one hit in France (in 1985), also reaching #6 in Switzerland, #12 in Italy (in 1985), #13 in Germany #15 in Austria and #80 in United States. The same year, he released "Cold Dresses," which was also a big hit in France, reaching #5. His second album, ''Riot of Color'' was released in 1986, and a third album, ''Big Picture'' followed in 1988. Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda
as a staff officer in the Heer (Heer (1935–1945)) to employ and protect some 1,240 Jew (History of the Jews in Lithuania#The Second World War and the Holocaust)s — 500 men, the others women and children, in order to give them a better chance to survive the nearly total annihilation of Lithuania’s Jews that took place between 1941–1944. Aside from appearing on the movie's soundtrack, the song also appears on Will Smith's Columbia Records album '' Big Willie Style