and convention facility located in the former corporate lodge of Denison Mines, and the Elliot Lake Mining and Nuclear Museum. Two community monuments, the Uranium Atom Monument downtown and the Miners Memorial Monument on Horne Lake, are also found in the city, as well as a scenic lookout at the former fire tower. In 1975, Canadian musician Stompin' Tom Connors recorded "Damn Good Song for a Miner," about the city of Elliot Lake and its mining culture in the 1960s. Elliot Lake is also a prominent setting in Alistair MacLeod's award-winning novel ''No Great Mischief''. Tourist attractions 230px thumbnail right Mount Dufour ski hill (File:Mount Dufour.JPG) * The Elliot Lake fire tower lookout overlooks the city. * Mount Dufour - Ski area with 2 lifts and 7 trails, '''Jeremy Stevenson''' (born July 28, 1974 in San Bernardino, California) is a retired professional ice hockey left winger who last played for the Kalamazoo Wings of the International Hockey League (International Hockey League (2007-)). He grew up in Elliot Lake, Ontario. Eventually Jeremy would move on to play for the town's Junior A hockey club, the Elliot Lake Vikings of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. A resident of Elliot Lake, Ontario for almost fifty years, in the 1970s, Dixon worked as a reporter for the ''Sault Star'' newspaper in Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario). The author of several short stories (short story), her 1996 book ''The Power and the Promise'' is a historical reference for the city of Elliot Lake. - align "center" '''Elliot Lake Bobcats''' 2007 Elliot Lake Elliot Lake Centennial Arena - align "center" Precambrian quartz-pebble conglomerate (Conglomerate (geology))-type uranium deposits occur only in rocks older than two billion years old. The conglomerates also contain pyrite. These deposits have been mined in the Blind River (Blind River, Ontario)-Elliot Lake district of Ontario, Canada, and from the gold-bearing Witwatersrand conglomerates of South Africa.
Moscow to Vladivostok via the Trans-Siberian Railway while earning their living by only playing street concerts. They then had to compose a good song by the end of their travels and gather 10,000 or more people for a concert in the Nippon Budokan on 4 October 1999. If they couldn't do this, then they had to quit their careers as musicians and break up. upright thumb 220px The new 12in (305 mm) 45-calibres length forward guns following the reconstruction, as seen today (Image:MIKASAGUNS.jpg) ''Mikasa'' ran aground while patrolling in dense fog in the Askold Channel off the coast of Russia during the Japanese Siberian Intervention in the Russian Civil War on 16 September 1921. She was recovered with the assistance of the ''Fuji (Japanese battleship Fuji)'', ''Kasuga (Japanese cruiser Kasuga)'', ''Yodo (Japanese cruiser Yodo)'', and repaired at Japanese occupied Vladivostok. After her return to Maizuru (Maizuru, Kyoto), her active deployment was terminated, and she was placed in the mothball fleet. *On August 25, 1990, Wang Baoyu (王宝玉), a squadron commander of the 62 Air Regiment of the 21st PLAAF Air Division, defected to former USSR by flying his Shenyang J-6 to Vladivostok after taking off from Jiaohe (蛟河) military airport in Mudanjiang (not to be confused by the city of Jiaohe and the civilian Mudanjiang Airport at Mudangjiang). A week later, he was turned over to China along with the aircraft, and Wang Baoyu was subsequently sentenced to death, though his sentence was commuted to life. The Chinese democracy movement condemned the Soviet act of turning over the pilot back to China. Several high ranking Soviet Air Defense commanders lost their jobs as a result of this defection, because Wang Baoyu was not detected after he had landed. The Ussuri Cossack Host was created in 1889 on the basis of an unmounted half-battalion of the Amur Cossack Host and later reinforced with settlers from the Don Cossack Host, Kuban Cossack Host, and other Cossack hosts. The Ussuri Cossack Host headquarters was first located in Vladivostok and then in Iman (now Dalnerechensk). Its nakazny ataman (who was also the military governor of the region) subordinated to the Governor General of the Amur (Amur Oblast) region, who, in turn, was the nakazny ataman of the Amur and the Ussuri Cossack Hosts. ''Galveston'' departed Tompkinsville (Tompkinsville, Staten Island), N.Y., on 28 December 1905 for service in the Mediterranean with the European Squadron until 28 March 1906 when she set course from Port Said to join the fleet at Cavite, P.I., for service on the Asiatic Station. She was a part of the fleet reception for Secretary of War William H. Taft at Manila on 13 October 1906; served in his honor escort to Vladivostok, Siberia, the next month; and spent the following years in cruises among ports of the Philippines, China and Japan. She arrived in San Francisco, California, from the Philippines on 17 February 1910; was decommissioned in the Puget Sound Navy Yard on the 21st; and recommissioned there on 29 June 1912 for service that included a training cruise to Alaska. She departed the Puget Sound Navy Yard on 19 September 1913, touching San Francisco, Hawaii and Guam on her way to Cavite, P.I., where she joined the Asiatic Fleet on 2 November. **Saint Petersburg (Pulkovo Airport) **Vladivostok (Vladivostok International Airport) **Yekaterinburg (Koltsovo Airport) Commons:Category:Vladivostok WikiPedia:Vladivostok Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Primorskiy Kray Vladivostok
: biography.jrank.org pages 2768 Russell-Brenda.html Brenda Russell Biography - Found Lucky Breaks in Canada, Learned to Write a Good Song Retrieved January 20, 2010 As a teenager she began performing in local bands and in her late teens joined the Toronto production of ''Hair (Hair (musical))'', during which time she had begun to play the piano. In the early 1970s she married musician Bryan Russell and (as '''Brian & Brenda''') they released two albums on Elton John's
, Arizona, USA (United States) . The band is signed to INO Records and released its first album in February 2005. Some of the singles from their debut album, ''All Gas. No Brake'' - including "Finish Last" and "Life Is Good (Life Is Good (song))" - have been played on Christian radio stations such as Air 1. Their album, ''We Can't Stand Sitting Down'' was released on July 25, 2006. The album's first single "Me and Jesus" hit #1 for 7 weeks on the Hot Christian Songs chart and won the 2007 Dove Award for "Rock Contemporary Recorded Song". "38th Annual Dove Award Recipients". Published by the Gospel Music Association. Retrieved April 26, 2007. Robotics FIRST Robotics Team 696 (The Circuit Breakers) is based at Clark. Since the team's foundation in 2000 and rookie year in 2001, members have created eleven fully functional robots in the six week time period allotted. With the help of several mentors, including employees of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California and various other mentors, the team, composed of high school students (grades nine through twelve), has competed at FIRST Robotics regionals in Los Angeles, California, San Diego, California, and Phoenix, Arizona. In the 2007 season, after taking finalist in the Los Angeles Regional and winning the San Diego Regional, the team attended the international championships in Atlanta, Georgia for the first time in the team's history. In 2011, the team took quarterfinalist at the Los Angeles Regional, held in Long Beach, California, with their robot Reptar. background group_or_band origin Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona, USA genre Post-hardcore, industrial metal, alternative metal, nu metal '''Opiate for the Masses''' was a post-hardcore band from Arizona. They formed in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) in 1999 by Ron Underwood (Ron Underwood (musician)), Elias Mallin, Dustin Lyon and Jim Kaufman. The meaning of their name comes from the Karl Marx quote that says the organized religion is nothing but an opiate for the masses (Opium of the People). In June 2009, they posted on their MySpace page that they had broken up and gone their separate ways. Ron is currently singing for 9 Electric. Edna Milton Chadwell died in Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 82, on February 25, 2012. Freemantle, Tony. "Last madam of infamous Chicken Ranch has died." ''Houston Chronicle''. February 29, 2012. Retrieved on February 29, 2012. Mel's boisterous mother Carrie, at first, a semi-regular, often blew unannounced into Phoenix, Arizona to see her son, Mel Sharples whom she often called "Chubby". When she came in, she was always bound to be loud, and boisterous. image city Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona area Phoenix area (Template:Phoenix Radio) '''KXEG''' (1280 AM (AM broadcasting)) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Phoenix, Arizona, USA, the station serves the Phoenix area. The station is currently owned by Communicom Co. of Phoenix, L.P. "This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.
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2001 in music) in Australia and 27 May 2002 in the UK (United Kingdom) as a CD single. Webster states the song as being "fresh, really bright and chirpy". To this date, it is number 2 on the List of Top 25 singles for 2001 in Australia. She also states "After I first heard the demo, I was singing it that night and I just thought that's a fantastic sign of a good song - something people remember"
album in February 2005. Some of the singles from their debut album, ''All Gas. No Brake'' - including "Finish Last" and "Life Is Good (Life Is Good (song))" - have been played on Christian radio stations such as Air 1. Their album, ''We Can't Stand Sitting Down'' was released on July 25, 2006. The album's first single "Me and Jesus" hit #1 for 7 weeks on the Hot Christian Songs chart and won the 2007 Dove Award for "Rock