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Flin Flon

performances, including those produced by the local theatre troupe "Ham Sandwich". In 2010, the Northern Visual Arts Centre (or NorVA) was established as a studio and gallery space for local visual artists. NorVA frequently hosts workshops, concerts and other community arts-based events. Every two years, the Flin Flon Community Choir, directed by Crystal Kolt, performs a musical production for the community. In 2013, the Flin Flon Community Choir presented Chicago: The Musical, to great acclaim. Past performances have included Beauty and the Beast, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bombertown, among many others. Culture Days, a national festival celebrating arts and culture, is a popular event in Flin Flon. Culture Days is held on the last weekend of September each year. In 2013, Flin Flon ranked seventh in the country for the number of free events (including concerts, workshops, artist talks and kids' activities) offered to community members and visitors. Sports thumb left Retired jerseys that include some NHL greats (File:Flin Flon Bombers 3.JPG) thumb right Flin Flon Bombers home game at the Whitney Forum (File:Flin Flon Bombers 1.JPG) Flin Flon is the home of the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the birthplace of NHL (National Hockey League) great and Hall of Fame (Hockey Hall of Fame) member Bobby Clarke. As captain of the team, he led the Philadelphia Flyers to NHL Championships in the 1970s, and was also a star on Team Canada 1972 in the Summit Series. Other NHLers hailing from Flin Flon include Ken Baird, Ken Baumgartner, Matt Davidson (Matt Davidson (hockey)), Kim Davis, Dean Evason, Al Hamilton, Ted Hampson (who was the second player to ever receive the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy), Gerry Hart, Ron Hutchinson (Ron Hutchinson (ice hockey)), George Konik, Ray Maluta, Tom Gilmore (Tom Gilmore (ice hockey)), Dunc McCallum, Eric Nesterenko, Mel Pearson (Mel Pearson (ice hockey b. 1938)), Reid Simpson, David Struch and Ernie Wakely. Media ;Newspapers & Magazines *''The Reminder (The Reminder (Flin Flon))'' - Monday, Wednesday and Friday - Flin Flon's only newspaper. *''Northroots Magazine'' - a bi-monthly glossy, regional publication, '''northroots.ca''' published February, April, June, August, October and December. In-flight reading on Calm Air. *''Cottage North Magazine'' - local interest, local stories, and local people - published by the Reminder newspaper January, March, May, July, September, and November. ;Books *''Tales From a Town With a Funny Name'' - by Doug Evans. ;Radio *CFAR (CFAR (AM)) 590 (AM), 102.9 (FM) *CBWF-FM (CBW (AM)) 90.9, (CBC Radio One) *CKSB-4-FM (CKSB (AM)) 99.9, (Première Chaîne) *CIFF-FM 101.1, (NCI (Native Communications)) ;Television *CKYF-TV (CKY-DT) channel 13 (CTV (CTV Television Network), analogue repeater of CKY-DT Winnipeg) *Shaw Communications operates a community programming channel; CATV Channel 11: Shaw TV Television in Flin Flon began in June 1962 with the opening of CBC Television station CBWBT channel 10. The station broadcast kine (Kinescope) recordings, sent to the transmitter from CBWT (CBWT-DT) Winnipeg. On March 1, 1969, the province-wide microwave system replaced the kine recordings originating at CBWT, giving citizens of Flin Flon access to live television. wikipedia:Flin Flon, Manitoba


Bournemouth

into a ratings winner and leading to her catchphrase 'press your buttons now!'. A seasoned, versatile performer, as well as a talented actress, she also enjoyed playing to sell-out audiences in cabaret, pantomime, summer seasons, pier shows, as well as repertory, appearing frequently in Blackpool, Cambridge, Bath (Bath, Somerset), Bournemouth and London. She successfully led a UK tour of the musical production ''Funny Girl'', a role that could have been written for her. In 1986


Blackpool

to sell-out audiences in cabaret, pantomime, summer seasons, pier shows, as well as repertory, appearing frequently in Blackpool, Cambridge, Bath (Bath, Somerset), Bournemouth and London. She successfully led a UK tour of the musical production ''Funny Girl'', a role that could have been written for her. In 1986, she performed a one-woman show at London's ''Donmar Warehouse'', co-writing fourteen songs about her life experiences or in her own words 'at least the bits I


Hollywood

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Hamburg

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Manila

Syracuse Grand Prix in 1953, and took part in many other non-Championship Formula One races. WikiPedia:Manila Commons:Category:Manila Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region City of Manila


Seattle

, 2007 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080120004018 http: thephoenix.com article_ektid45613.aspx archivedate January 20, 2008 In April 2006, Lynch starred as Robbie Hart in the Broadway (Broadway theatre) musical ''The Wedding Singer (The Wedding Singer (musical))'', which ran on Broadway from April 27, 2006 through December 31, 2006 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. This musical production


Tokyo

assortment of activist groups called for a rally at Hibiya Park in central Tokyo to protest what they saw as the humiliating terms of the Treaty of Portsmouth, announced earlier that day. The protesters were especially incensed that Japanese territorial gains in the Liaodong Peninsula and the northern half of Sakhalin were to be returned to Russia, and that the Russian government would not pay any war reparations to Japan. Stage An annual musical production, ''SHOCK'' is performed in the Imperial Garden Theater in Tokyo, Japan. The lead role is played by Koichi Domoto of KinKi Kids and Tsubasa acts in the second leading role. * SHOCK 2000(''MILLENNIUM SHOCK'': 11 2-11 26) * User:Fg2 Photos of Japan on my user page. Started, contributed to or translated articles connected to geography, history, television, tourism, transportation. My baby, 2004 Chuetsu Earthquake, has had valuable contributions from several other Wikipedians. * mdchachi (User:mdchachi) Lived in Tokyo for almost six years, now back home (United States). Most important contribution to the wiki is my loose socks photo. :) Can read write Japanese somewhat. * Exploding Boy エックスプローディング ボィ (User:Exploding Boy). Traveled and lived in Japan, currently reading for a Masters in Japanese literature. **I added Makino and several articles below to the Portal (Portal:Japan). Fg2 (User:Fg2) 08:02, 10 March 2006 (UTC) *Transportation in Greater Tokyo See how you like it. Much material from Tokyo and Greater Tokyo Area. Fg2 (User:Fg2) 07:27, 9 March 2006 (UTC) *Tokyo International Forum. Please suggest appropriate stubs and categories. Fg2 (User:Fg2) 05:09, 9 March 2006 (UTC) *Tokyo International Forum. Please suggest appropriate stubs and categories. Fg2 (User:Fg2) 05:09, 9 March 2006 (UTC) *Tourism in Tokyo, by DDD DDD, who split it from Tokyo and has asked for comments on Talk:Tokyo. Fg2 (User:Fg2) 04:33, 9 March 2006 (UTC) *Tekko, Hirose-Yacho-no-Mori Station, Futakoi, Yokosuka K5Y, Seiji Kameda, Japanese Leet, Hiyo class aircraft carrier, Fukuisaurus, Japanese aircraft carrier Hiyo, Japan's non-nuclear policy (found) Fg2 (User:Fg2) 11:49, 8 March 2006 (UTC) thumb East Japan Railway Company JR (Image:Yurakucho0953.jpg) train above Yūrakuchō WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Vietnam

Chinese musical tradition , as an integral part, along with Korea, Mongolia and Japan.


Japan

the ''Anne'' books are included. Shown on The Disney Channel in the U.S. under the title ''Avonlea''. The Confederation Centre of the Arts' annual "Charlottetown Festival" headlines Canada's longest-running main stage musical production ''Anne of Green Gables - The Musical''. This show has run every summer since the Centre opened in 1964 has played to over 2 million viewers. ''Anne of Green Gables - The Musical'' was composed by Canadian theatrical legends Don Harron and Norman Campbell, with lyrics by Elaine Campbell and Mavor Moore. The production has been performed before Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) and has also toured across Canada, the United States, and Europe. In 1970 the Charlottetown Festival production performed at the World's Fair in Osaka, Japan. Festival Artistic Director Walter Learning directed and organized a successful national tour of Japan in 1991. The musical also had a run in London's West End (West End theatre) in 1969. * 1917: The Bureau of Construction & Repair introduces the MK V helmet and dress, which then becomes the standard for US Navy diving until the introduction of the MK 12 in the late seventies * 1918: the Japanese Ohgushi patents his "Ohgushi's Peerless Respirator". It was a constant-flow diving and industrial open-circuit breathing set (Scuba set). The user breathed through his nose and switched the air on and off with his teeth. * Around 1920: Hanseatischen Apparatebau-Gesellschaft make a 2-cylinder breathing apparatus with double-lever single-stage demand valve and single wide corrugated breathing tube (Breathing tube (in breathing apparatus)) with mouthpiece, and a "duck's beak" exhalent valve in the regulator. It was described in a mine rescue handbook in 1930. They were successors to Ludwig von Bremen of Kiel, who had the licence to make the Rouquayrol-Denayrouze apparatus in Germany. Historical Diving Society magazine issue 45, page 43 Cross-cultural research has found differences in attitudes towards aggression in different cultures. In one questionnaire study of university students, in addition to men overall justifying some types of aggression more than women, USA respondents justified defensive physical aggression more readily than Japanese or Spanish (Spain) respondents, whereas Japanese students preferred direct verbal aggression (but not indirect) more than their American and Spanish counterparts. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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