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art at Laas Geel, situated on the outskirts of Hargeisa, are a popular local tourist attraction. Totalling ten caves, they were discovered by a French (French people) archaeological team in 2002, and are believed to date back around 5,000 years. The government and locals keep the cave paintings safe, and only a restricted number of tourists are allowed entry.

.82196a5b15ef45a2d4e744675740cd6a.6e1 Grotto galleries show early Somali life Control of the region is disputed between Awdalland, a proposed autonomous state, and Somaliland, a self-declared independent republic that is internationally recognized as an autonomous region (States and regions of Somalia) of Somalia. Local control of Sanaag is disputed between Somaliland, the autonomous Puntland region, and HBM-SSC (Hoggaanka Badbaadada iyo Mideynta SSC), a local unionist

Columbus, Georgia

director and did the afternoon drive show. Early life Woodruff was born in Columbus, Georgia, the son of Ernest Woodruff, an Atlanta businessman who, among other things, was leader of the group of investors who bought The Coca-Cola Company from Asa Griggs Candler in 1919. His grandfather was Atlanta manufacturing magnate Robert Winship. '''Sherrilyn Kenyon''' (born in 1965 in Columbus (Columbus, Georgia), Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)), USA) is a bestseller

Green Bay, Wisconsin

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Mobile, Alabama

program) Today Show '', ''Early Show'', ''MTV'', ''The Daily Show with Jon Stewart'', ''Extra (Extra (TV series))'', and others. November was a special month for Bo. He was named "Heartland Hero of the Week" on John Kasich's show, ''Heartland (Heartland with John Kasich)'' for giving up his house to the family displaced by Hurricane Katrina and for using his music to raise money for victims of Hurricane Katrina. In November 2005, People (magazine) People


wanted to this day". Career Carlson was previously the co-anchor (news anchor) of the ''Saturday Early Show (The Early Show)'', on CBS, along with Russ Mitchell. She joined CBS News as a correspondent in 2000, and began working on ''The Early Show'' in 2002. Before her tenure at CBS, Carlson served as a weekend anchor and reporter for KXAS-TV in Dallas, Texas, was an anchor and reporter at WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, and for WCPO-TV, in Cincinnati. She began her television career in Richmond, Virginia, as a political reporter for WRIC-TV. She began her media career in a franchise called ''Neighborhood News''. History The station signed on September 2, 1957 http: wthr.html as ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate '''WLWI''' (often rendered in print as '''WLW-I'''), owned by Crosley Broadcasting Corporation. It was one of five stations which made up the Cincinnati-based WLW television network. Other stations included in this network were WLWT in Cincinnati, WLWC (now WCMH-TV) in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), WLWA (now WXIA-TV) in Atlanta and WLWD (now WDTN) in Dayton (Dayton, Ohio). '''Jean Spencer Ashbrook''' (born Emily Jean Spencer in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 21, 1934) is the widow of Congressman John M. Ashbrook, Republican (Republican Party (United States)) of Ohio. She is also a former Member of Congress herself, having completed her late husband's final term of office, also as a Republican. **'''Comment''' I don't see that as an issue, seeing they are notable already if they have an article. Also, we shouldn't categorize people for where they ''currently'' reside, but only where they were born. Except in the cases of "Category:Foo politicians", whereas they are important to the city itself. Although it not listed on Wikipedia:Categorization of people, I think it should be, otherwise we'll end up with people having multiple categories of where they've lived and born (btw already happens, I remove the lived and leave from). Who (User:Who) ? ¿ ? (User talk:Who) 28 June 2005 21:36 (UTC) ***It can happen that people achieve notability in association with a place in which they were not born, without necessarily being politicians. For example, Ted Turner is a prominent figure associated with Atlanta, and properly belongs in any list of noted Atlantans, even though he was born in Cincinnati. His association with other Atlantans is certianly more notable than any association with Cincinnati, and arguably more informative than his association with others born in 1938. Dystopos (User:Dystopos) 28 June 2005 21:46 (UTC) ****This is a valid point, however, if you look at the current contents, you would find more "people from" than notable "figures of". If we were to remove all the "people from", it would leave the categories quite empty, and would probably come up on Cfd again. Notable figures who have made a significant impact on a city region, should be included mentioned on that city regions, or similiar article. As it would not be fitting to have a cat with one or two articles in it. Which still leaves the point of having a '''''locally given''''' demonym that others would not know for inclusion. Who (User:Who) ? ¿ ? (User talk:Who) 28 June 2005 22:32 (UTC) The market is located north of downtown Cincinnati in Over-the-Rhine, a historic neighborhood known for its dense concentration of Italianate architecture. Open Tuesday through Saturday, with some vendors open on Sunday, Findlay Market has a year-round operation, with about two dozen indoor merchants selling meat, fish, poultry, produce, flowers, cheese, deli, and ethnic foods. Born '''Edna Landreaux''' in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, she was the half sister of Lizzie Miles. She is believed to have moved north in her mid-teens. Harris, 1994, p. 227 Popular in Black vaudeville (T. O. B. A.) in the American (United States) midwest in the late 1910s and 1920s, she appeared often in Chicago and Cincinnati, and made recordings for seven different record labels in 1923 and 1924: Victor (Victor Records), Vocalion (Vocalion Records), Columbia (Columbia Records), Gennett (Gennett Records), Brunswick (Brunswick Records), Ajax (Ajax Records), and Paramount Records. Her most frequent accompanist was Fletcher Henderson, although recordings also used Porter Grainger and Lemuel Fowler. library_logo The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County (Image:PLCH logo.png) location Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio country United States '''The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County''' ('''PLCH''') is a public library system in the United States. In addition to its main library location in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, PLCH operates 41 regional and branch locations throughout Hamilton County (Hamilton County, Ohio). * Plch, a small village in the Czech Republic * The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, a public library system in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA * Pulmonary Langerhans' cell histiocytosis, a type of interstitial lung disease Early life and education Clancy was born in Cincinnati, in Ohio's Hamilton County (Hamilton County, Ohio). He graduated from Elder High School, attended Xavier University (Xavier University (Cincinnati)), and completed his studies at Cincinnati Law School in 1948. *'''Mac Watson''', host on KTAR-FM 92.3 (3–6 pm) in Phoenix, AZ *'''Mike McConnell (Mike McConnell (radio personality))''', midday host at WLW in Cincinnati and host of the syndicated ''The Weekend (The Weekend (Canadian band))''. *'''Joe Crummey''', talk show personality on WABC (AM) in New York City, New York. In response to their primary competitor, Spokane's 103.1 KCDA, KZZU shifted to its adult top 40 on October 17, 2005 (2005 in radio) and offers a range of music that includes an Adult oriented Hip-Hop and Pop (Pop music) selection. With the new format, the Breakfast Boys were reunited with Molly Allen, discarding the "The Breakfast Boys" monicker. Dave, Ken, Molly and producer Dave Spencer currently host the station's morning show, which runs from 6 to 10am. Their targeted audience are individuals from 18 to 49 years of age. By 2008 (2008 in radio), KZZU returned to contemporary hit radio following the flip of KEZE from rhythmic top 40 to country music. KEZE swapped formats with sister station KXLY-FM in 2010 (2010 in radio), as KEZE is an adult album alternative station now. Mediabase & Nielsen BDS still describe the station as hot adult contemporary, even after the return to top 40 at the station. However, it would resurface as adult top 40 when KZBD dropped alternative rock for contemporary hit radio because of Mediabase & Nielsen BDS still reporting the station as adult top 40. Most of the modern AC acts heard on sister station KEZE (and prior to 2010 (2010 in radio), KXLY-FM) have been replaced by rhythmic contemporary acts by then, with a similar trend done by most hot AC stations in Canada, as well as Cincinnati's WKRQ. Tobacco processing plants were found in Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) by the 1810s and Cincinnati became known as "Porkopolis" in being the nation's capital of pork processing, and by 1850 it was the third largest manufacturing city in the country. Mills were established throughout the state, including one in Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio) in 1815 which employed 100 workers. Manufacturers produced farming machinery, including Cincinnati residents Cyrus McCormick, who invented the reaper, and Obed Hussey, who developed an early version of the mower. 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segment was not the reason for his departure, nor did anyone complain about it. He had signed a contract with WNBC (WNBC (AM)) in March, Colford, p. 81. and began to berate management and other deejays on the air. Colford, p. 85. Quivers, who left the show early on June 17, worked at WCBM in Baltimore until rejoining with Stern on October 18, 1982. Colford, p. 86 ref>

Washington, D.C.

(AM) WNBC in March, Colford, p. 81. and began to berate management and other deejays on the air. Colford, p. 85. Quivers, who left the show early on June 17, worked at WCBM in Baltimore until rejoining with Stern on October 18, 1982. Colford, p. 86 Lucaire, p. 232 Stern presented a farewell show two weeks later on competing station WAVA. He had

Networks (Viacom) accessdate 2011-03-29 date 200-10-22 first Joe last D'Angelo '''Doug "The Greaseman" Tracht''' (born August 1, 1950) is an American (United States) radio, television, and movie personality. Tracht is best known for his morning show on WWDC-FM in Washington, D.C., during the 1980s where he took over the morning drive time slot from Howard Stern and his controversial comments made on that show. Early career Tracht went through a string


(such as Helén Vikstvedt), featured on both. ;''Shel Mi HaShura HaZot?'' (של מי השורה הזאת) : (Translation: ''Whose Line Is It?'') This is the Israeli version of the show. Early years Born in 1953 and raised in Plantation (Plantation, Florida), Florida, of Norwegian (Norway) heritage, ref

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