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. Both kinds of piñatas, those made with clay pots and those made entirely of paper are created here. Participants gather from various communities in the area and the main event is a piñata contest. There are also horse races, bullfighting, nativity scenes, "pastorelas" a type of play based on the Christmas season, regional dance, and popular music shows. Horse racing is a tradition that dates back to the Mexican Revolution. The monastery thumb 150px 16th century atrium cross (File:AtriumCrossAcolman1.JPG) Declared a national monument in 1933, with a combined territory of 82.65km2. A little under half the municipality’s population lives in the town proper. The municipality borders the municipalities of Temascalapa, Acolman, Otumba de Gómez Farías, San Martín de las Pirámides and Tecámac.

Shepherdstown, West Virginia

of the canal into the Ohio valley. *''Because They Thought He Was'' is a sculpture by Consuelo Echeverria. It is a life size depiction of the incident made from forged steel auto parts. *In 1998, a play based on the case, Cherylene Lee's ''Carry the Tiger to the Mountain'', was performed at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. '''Mechlenberg Heights''' is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, USA. Mechlenberg Heights lies to the west of Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) along West Virginia Route 45. The collection covers all aspects of West Virginia history from the formation of the state during the American Civil War, its political development, and its economic and industrial heritage. Contained in its Civil War collection are numerous journals from soldiers, personal papers from many of the states early politicians, and a rare 35-star American Flag, one of only 5 known to still exist. This flag is traditionally thought to have been carried to West Virginia by soldiers returning to Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) from the Battle of Gettysburg.


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killed that very same day. "The Deportation of the Zabludow Jews to Treblinka Death Camp." 2003 Tilford Bartman, Jerusalem. * west of Bielsk Podlaski, the seat of Bielsk County In 2008, a play

based on ''Cinnamon Shops'', directed by Frank Soehnle and performed by the Puppet Theater from Białystok, was performed at the Jewish Culture Festival in Kraków (Jewish Culture Festival). - Białystok city county Podlaskie Voivodeship 102.12 km 2 295,210 - - Białystok County ''powiat białostocki'' Białystok Podlaskie Voivodeship 2,984.64 km 2 15 136,797 - Between


''', commander and hero of the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), won the battles of Shipka Pass (Battle of Shipka Pass), Gorni Dubnik (Battle of Gorni Dubnik) and Plovdiv (Battle of Plovdiv), liberated the Bulgarian capital Sofia In September 2006, ''In Your Hands'', a play based on the events of the Moscow theatre siege, written by Natalia Pelevine, opened in London at the New End Theatre. In April 2008 Pelevine said that Russian authorities have banned the play following its Russian debut in the city of Makhachkala, the capital of Dagestan near Chechnya. Russian officials shut down play about Chechen hostage-takers, CBC News, April 12, 2008 Another play, ''We Declare You a Terrorist'' by Tim J. Lord, about the incident premiered at the 2009 Summer Play Festival SPF NYC Soviet Union Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, Chechens established a short-lived Caucasian Imamate which included parts of Chechnya, Dagestan and Ingushetia; there was also secular pan-Caucasian Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus. Armstrong, Patrick. "Conflict in Chechnya: A Background Perspective." ''Journal of Conflict Studies.'' November 1999; Evangelista, Matthew. ''The Chechen Wars: Will Russia Go the Way of the Soviet Union?'' Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2003. ISBN 0-8157-2498-5; Dunlop, John B. ''Russia Confronts Chechnya: Roots of a Separatist Conflict.'' Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-521-63184-X; Seely, Robert. ''Russo-Chechen Conflict, 1800–2000: A Deadly Embrace.'' Florence, Ky.: Routledge, 2000. ISBN 0-7146-4992-9. The Chechen states were opposed WikiPedia:Dagestan commons:Дагестан

Madison, Wisconsin

of Johann Sebastian Bach, with his children. In 1992, The Madison Opera in Madison (Madison, Wisconsin), Wisconsin commissioned and premiered the opera Shining Brow, by composer Daron Hagen and librettist (libretto) Paul Muldoon based on events early in Wright's life. The work has since received numerous revivals. In 2000, Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright, a play based on the relationship between the personal and working aspects of Wright's life, debuted at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. After Beverly's death, Herbert married Theresa Shackleford in 1985, the year he published ''Chapterhouse Dune'', which tied up many of the saga's story threads. This would be Herbert's final single work (the anthology ''Eye (Eye (Frank Herbert))'' was published that year, and ''Man of Two Worlds'' was published in 1986). He died of a massive pulmonary embolism while recovering from surgery for pancreatic cancer on February 11, 1986 in Madison (Madison, Wisconsin), Wisconsin age 65. He was raised a Catholic but adopted Zen Buddhism as an adult. http: people ph Frank_Herbert.html The '''Ithaca HOUR''' is a local currency used in Ithaca, New York and is the oldest and largest local currency system in the United States that is still operating. He is a member of the Sierra Club and the Jackson Park Neighborhood Association. http: w3asp contact legislatorpages.aspx?house Senate&district 3&display bio * Format: CD February 3, 1978 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin February 5, 1978 UNI-Dome, Cedar Falls, Iowa - Alan Fagan '''Alan Fagan''' was born in Madison, Wisconsin. He was the nephew of the third Mister Fear, Larry Cranston. When Larry seemingly died, Alan came into possession of the fear gas and other equipment. ''Marvel Team-Up'' #92 Unlike the other Mister Fears, Fagan's primary adversary was Spider-Man, not Daredevil. ''Web of Spider-Man'' #63 ''Web of Spider-Man'' #98-100 1960s *The Fendermen - ''Mule Skinner Blues'' (Soma Records (Soma Records (U.S. label)), 1960 (1960 in music)) This Madison, Wisconsin-based duo reached #5 on the Billboard charts with their version, featuring abbreviated lyrics and strong Fender electric guitar instrumentation. *Jose Feliciano - "Mule Skinner Blues" (RCA Victor Records, 1964) The '''Madison Muskies''' were a Class A minor league baseball team that played in the Midwest League from 1982 (1982 in sports) to 1993 (1993 in sports) in Madison, Wisconsin. They were an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The team, which was started by Madison entrepreneur Ed Janus, played at Warner Park. Yemma predicts that within the next five years, economic constraints will force most other newspapers to make similar changes. A small number of local newspapers made similar changes before the ''Monitor'' announced its plans. Two examples are ''The Capital Times'' and ''The Daily Telegram'' respectively of Madison, Wisconsin (w:Madison, Wisconsin) and Superior, Wisconsin (w:Superior, Wisconsin). Adam Dylan Leon, a 31-year-old Canadian citizen, stole a Cessna 172 Skyhawk (w:Cessna 172) light aircraft from an airfield in Thunder Bay (w:Thunder Bay), Ontario, Canada. After taking off, the airplane went off course toward the United States. The State Capitol in Madison (w:Madison, Wisconsin), Wisconsin was briefly evacuated, but the aircraft went southwest of the city and personnel were allowed back in. Two F-16 (w:F-16) fighters had been dispatched to follow the Cessna which later landed near US 60 in Ellsinore, Missouri, but NORAD (w:NORAD) spokesman Mike Kucharek said that the aircraft was not thought to be a terrorist threat.


America , Israel, Iran, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Bosnia, Slovakia, Spain, Serbia, Finland, Poland, Croatia, Hungary, Russia, Turkey, Lebanon as "Zena", and Iran as "Nikoo" (نیکو). The Japanese TV series was preceded by Tokyo Kodomo Club's musical play based on the short story, presented as ''Mitsubachi Māya'' ("Maya the Honeybee"), distributed on a LP album. '''Comenius University in Bratislava''' ( Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


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Portland, Oregon

. Alcalá is also a co-founder of and contributing editor to ''The Raven Chronicles''. A play based on her novel, ''Spirits of the Ordinary'', was produced by The Miracle Theatre of Portland, Oregon. She served on the board of Richard Hugo House and the advisory boards of Con Tinta, Field’s End and the Centrum Writers Conference. She is the winner of several awards for her writing, including an Artist Trust Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship in 2007. ref>


their relationship and of the elder Fricke's coming to terms with his son's homosexuality. That book was published shortly after Walter Fricke's death from cancer in 1989. In 2012, Boston Children's Theatre presented a play based on the book, adapted by Burgess Clark. The play received national attention for its anti-bullying message. Born in Chicago, he earned a BA (Bachelor of Arts) in sociology from Brandeis University in 1969 and started his career in Boston as a journalist who wrote for ''The New Republic''. Over a career of twenty years, he became editor of several departments and wrote for several publications including ''The Washington Post'', ''Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair (magazine))'', and ''The New Yorker''. After 2000, he published several essays critical of the administration of then-President George W. Bush. commons:Boston

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