, Minnesota coords '''Sola Fide Observatory''' is an astronomical (astronomy) observatory owned and operated by volunteers from JC Hormel Nature Center (Jay C. Hormel Nature Center). It is located a few miles south of Austin (Austin, Minnesota), Minnesota. '''James "Billy" Dankert''' is an American musician from Austin, Minnesota best known as drummer, singer and songwriter for Minnesota- based band the Gear
'''Phil Elvrum''' May 26, 1978) is the sole permanent member of the Anacortes, Washington-based indie rock bands The Microphones and Mount Eerie. alias origin Anacortes, Washington, USA (United States) genre Lo-fi (Lo-fi music) Indie folk '''Mount Eerie''' is an Anacortes (Anacortes, Washington), Washington (Washington (state))-based band fronted by Phil Elverum. Elverum is the principal member of the band, but he has collaborated with many other musicians on his records. Burn was born in Portland, Oregon to explorer, mountaineer and United States Forest Service worker Lage Wernstedt and his wife Adele. The family resided on Guemes Island near Anacortes (Anacortes, Washington). After being interviewed by writer June Burn for the ''Bellingham Herald'', Mr. Wernstedt and his family became friends of the Burns and built a summer cabin near theirs on Waldron, a small island without ferry service. The route weaves through the rocky landscape of Fidalgo Island to Sharpes Corner, on the outskirts of Anacortes (Anacortes, Washington), where it meets the eastern terminus of is a public use airport located two nautical miles (3.7 km) west of the central business district of Anacortes (Anacortes, Washington), a city in Skagit County, Washington, United States. It is owned by the Port of Anacortes.
''''' was the third album by the Burlington, Ontario-based band Spoons (Spoons (band)). The tracks that got airplay in Canada were "Old Emotions",
Carolina Reidsville (1982-?), and Kitty Hawk (Kitty Hawk, North Carolina)-Nags Head (Nags Head, North Carolina) (1963–1988). background group_or_band origin Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States genre Folk (folk music), pop (Pop music) '''Life in General''' is a Winston-Salem, North Carolina based band made up of Jerry Chapman (guitar, vocals) and Jason LeVasseur (guitar, vocals, percussion
believed the future was in iron ships. In 1867 Thomas Henry Ismay acquired the flag of the White Star Line. Way currently lives in Chichester, West Sussex and is a member of Brighton-based band Last Days of Lorca. They regularly play gigs and recently completed a tour of Northern England. Their latest single was featured in the recent Danny Dyer film 'Jack Said'. The '''Howgill Fells''' are hills in Northern England between the Lake District and the Yorkshire
Embassy to the USA , a bar and restaurant that frequently features local, national and international musical talent. Since 1991, the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance has taken place each July at the village fairgrounds and is hosted by nationally popular Trumansburg-based band Donna the Buffalo. The village is also located along the Cayuga Wine Trail and is close to Taughannock Falls. The village is located on the Trumansburg Creek (also known as Frontenac Creek) which arises on the ridge west of the village and empties into Cayuga Lake at Frontenac Point. Trumansburg is in the northern part of Tompkins County with its northern boundary bordering Seneca County (Seneca County, New York). It is approximately 12 miles north of Ithaca, New York on the west side of Cayuga Lake. The scenic Taughannock Falls State Park, featuring one of the highest waterfalls east of the Rocky Mountains, is located just southeast of the village at the edge of Cayuga Lake. During the 1840s Elisha Johnson, a former mayor of Rochester, New York (List of mayors of Rochester, New York), built the Tellico River Mansion on his plantation in Tellico Plains. With his brother Ebenezer Johnson, the former mayor of Buffalo, New York (List of mayors of Buffalo, New York), he purchased the Tellico Iron and Manufacturing Company. During the American Civil War, the Confederacy commandeered the iron works for production of munitions. General William Sherman's (William Tecumseh Sherman) Union Army soldiers destroyed the Tellico Iron Works. Sherman pardoned Elisha Johnson for his part in supplying the Confederate Army because of Johnson's northern birth and sympathies. Johnson returned to the North, settling in Ithaca, New York, where he died in 1866. "A History of the Mansion on Tellico River", ''The Tellico Plains Mountain Press'', accessed 14 September 2011 Plot A young woman named Millicent Barnes is waiting in a bus depot, apparently in Ithaca, New York, for a bus to Cortland (Cortland, New York), en route to start a new job in Buffalo, New York. Upon looking at a wall clock she notices the bus is late. She walks up to the ticket counter to ask the ticket agent when the bus will arrive, and he gruffly replies that this is her third time there. Millicent denies this. While speaking with the ticket agent, she notices a bag just like hers in the luggage pile behind her. She mentions this to the ticket agent, who says it's her bag. She doesn't believe this until she notices her bag is not beside the bench anymore. Later she goes into the restroom to wash her hands and the cleaning lady there insists this is her second time there. Again, Millicent denies this. Upon leaving the restroom, she glances in the mirror and sees, in addition to her reflection, an exact copy of herself sitting on the bench outside. In 1885, he moved to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, where he in 1888 assumed the chair of Practical and Experimental Horticulture. He was elected an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1900. Nobel Laureate in Physics (w:Nobel Prize in Physicst) '''Hans Bethe (w:Hans Bethe)''' died in his home in Ithaca, New York (w:Ithaca, New York) on March 6 (w:March 6), 2005 (w:2005), according to Cornell University (w:Cornell University), where he was professor emeritus of physics (w:physics). Scientists say they can confirm that images from the planet taken in May of 2007 at Gusev Crater (w:Gusev Crater), show that a white substance in the soil that was turned up as the rover moved along its path is Silicon dioxide (w:Silicon dioxide) or silica. Scientists at Cornell University (w:Cornell University) in Ithaca (w:Ithaca, New York), New York who made the discovery, have determined it to be nearly 90 percent pure. They also say the only way for the substance to be present there is if there was an abundance of water present on the planet sometime in its past. The water would have been superheated and coming up through hydrothermal vents (w:Hydrothermal vent) or even hot springs which scientists say would have been similar to ones already present at Yellowstone National Park (w:Yellowstone National Park) in Wyoming.
connections with Farren's home town Worthing, playing gigs for the Worthing Workshop. These included an appearance on a float in the Worthing Rotary Club Carnival Procession and a free open-air concert in Beach House (Beach House, Worthing) Park. Playing for in June 1970 free outside the Bath Festival (Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music), they encountered another Ladbroke Grove based band Hawkwind, who shared similar interests in music and recreational activities
''Forgotten Shrines'' was awarded the Yale Younger Poets Prize. alias origin Burlington, Vermont, USA (United States of America) genre Jam Band, Experimental (Experimental music) Jazz, Jazz Fusion (Jazz fusion) The origins of Strangers Helping Strangers (SHS) dates back to late 1997, when fans of the Burlington, Vermont-based band Strangefolk saw an opportunity to help those less fortunate by collecting non
. McGloin began a degree in PPE at Oxford University in 2006, whilst Bromley worked as a website designer and is a member of the Church of Scientology. ;Current * Contemporary Art Museum Barranca de Huentitán, Guadalajara, México * Unterlinden Museum, Colmar, France He has played keyboards and piano in jazz and rock bands in Mexico. He is perhaps best known as one of the members of the progressive (progressive rock) Guadalajara-based band Santa Sabina (band