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Baraboo, Wisconsin

by the architectural firm Rapp and Rapp, it was built by Albert Ringling, one of the circus Ringling Brothers, for $100,000. Over the years, it has featured performances from vaudeville and silent movies to grand opera starring such notables as Lionel Barrymore and Mary Pickford. * Alfred Theodore "Alf" Ringling (1861–1919) * Charles Edward "Charley" Ringling (Charles Edward Ringling) (1863–1926); also listed birth year 1864


. Featured performances HUF8000-10000 (2014) content Stephen Medgyaszay designed, in Art Nouveau style. This theater - that was the first reinforced concrete structures theater in the country - built in 1908. Reconstructed in 1984-1988. Listed Monument. +phones +36 88 564230, +36 88 564240 *


;pg PA10&dq jean-michel+jarre publisher ''Billboard Magazine'' date 2000-05-30 accessdate 2009-06-12 On 31 December 1999 Jarre held a three-hour music and light show in the Egyptian desert near Giza. The Twelve Dreams of the Sun celebrated the new millennium and offered a preview of his next album, ''Métamorphoses''. Beginning on New Year's Eve, the show featured performances from more than 1,000

Fort Collins, Colorado

, and Black Flag (Black Flag (band)). The event featured performances by the original three-piece Descendants line-up and a performances from seminal Southern California band The Last (The Last (band)). There were more than forty bands at the two day festival and ALL performed each night. Falcon Heene, a 6-year-old boy from Fort Collins (w:Fort Collins, Colorado) in the US (United States) state of Colorado, has been found safe and unharmed after earlier reports said he boarded an experimental balloon the family was building and then floated away. The Larimer County (w:Larimer County, Colorado) sheriff announced during a press conference at 6:11 p.m. that Heene was found hiding inside a box in the family's attic above the garage.


recorded just a few weeks before his death, was even more unusual: '''Fantasy Park''' was a 48-hour-long rock concert aired by nearly 200 stations over Labor Day weekend in 1975. The program, produced by KNUS in Dallas, featured performances by dozens of rock stars of the day, and even reunited The Beatles. It was also completely ''imaginary'', a "theatre-of-the-mind for the 70s", as producer Beau Weaver put


and popularizing rock 'n' roll in the 1950s. Freed is often credited with coining the term "Rock 'n' Roll." The film starred Tim McIntire as Freed, as well as Fran Drescher, Laraine Newman, Melanie Chartoff, and Jay Leno in supporting roles, Moosie Drier in a warmly reviewed performance as the head of a Buddy Holly fan club, and a walk-on part by a teen-aged Cameron Crowe. It also featured performances by Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frankie Ford


in 2010 for a rendition of Screamin' Jay Hawkins' famous song "I Put a Spell on You" as a benefit for the Haiti disasters. The song and music video featured performances by Mick Jones, Glen Matlock, Shane MacGowan, and Bobby Gillespie among others. Mission districts In addition there are seven mission districts. A mission district is a collection of churches in a country which are not yet organized into a national conference. Instead, those churches


by Warner Bros. in 1937. It was directed by Lloyd Bacon, and stars Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart, with featured performances by Lola Lane (Lola Lane (actress)), Isabel Jewell, Rosalind Marquis, Mayo Methot, Jane Bryan, Eduardo Ciannelli and Allen Jenkins. Set in the underworld of Manhattan, ''Marked Woman'' tells the story of a woman who dares to stand up to one of the city's most powerful gangsters. Background Despite the disclaimer


: articles 2002 Articles2002-June29-CanadianPress.htm 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


, a Jewish student organization. Since then, the two organizations have continued to collaborate. Their ''Rire contre le racisme'' event (Laughing against racism) is held annually since 2004 at the Zenith (The Zenith) concert hall in Paris, where it has featured performances by comedians such as Michel Boujenah, Dany Boon, Jean-Marie Bigard and Gad Elmaleh. In 2003, they also founded a joint student association called FEDER (''Fédération des Enfants de la République'') which runs

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