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Lake View, Chicago

http: www.musicboxtheatre.com aboutus.html title Music Box Theatre The theater brands itself today as "Chicago's year-round film festival" Wrigleyville Formerly a working-class neighborhood, Wrigleyville is the nickname to the neighborhood


Oruro, Bolivia

to attract tourists to its carnival, the Carnaval de Oruro, considered one of the great folkloric events in South America for its masked "diablada (Diablada of Oruro)". .


Dimona

archive 2002 11 15 MN144395.DTL work San Francisco Chronicle date November 15, 2002 accessdate 2008-05-25 Over the next 20 years nearly 600 more members left the United States for Israel. As of 2006, about 2,500 Hebrew Israelites live in Dimona and two other towns in the Negev region of Israel, where they are widely referred to as Black Hebrews.


Baia Mare

Divine Liturgy recorded in a church in Baia Mare, played backwards. This was altered or removed in subsequent releases. The film also holds the Guinness World Record for the longest constant movie shoot, at 400 days. * The opening title music is "Waltz 2 from Shostakovich (Dmitri Shostakovich)'s Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra (Suite for Variety Orchestra (Shostakovich))", for years misidentified http: www.youtube.com watch?v lnIsZcZZh6w ref>


Barnstable, Massachusetts

for the performing arts. Both the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops Orchestra are based in Massachusetts. Other orchestras in the commonwealth include the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra in Barnstable (Barnstable, Massachusetts) and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.


Whitby, Ontario

; Originally named Happy Go Lucky, the band line-up has remained the same since their formation in 1999.


Greater St. Louis

football (Lindenwood Lions football) and is the only collegiate marching band in the Greater St. Louis. The Golden Lion Marching Band includes brass, woodwind, percussion, and color guard (Color guard (flag spinning)). A subset, the LU Pep Band plays at various special events and athletic events on campus throughout the school year. '''WXOS''' (101.1 FM (FM broadcasting)) is a commercial radio station located in Creve Coeur, Missouri, broadcasting to the Greater St. Louis area. WXOS previously aired a hot AC (hot adult contemporary) rhythmic contemporary music format (as "MOViN 101.1"), but on October 10, 2008, it switched to an all Christmas music station (becoming the second after WRHS (WRHS (FM)) for 2008 (2008 in radio) for the United States) as a prelude to transitioning to all-sports (sports radio) on January 1, 2009. 14 St. Louis, Missouri (Greater St. Louis) (MO (Missouri)-IL (Illinois)) MSA 516,446 18.4


Thimphu

and the sound tracks of the popular Bhutanese film, "Travellers and Magicians (2004)". He also participated at the Smithsonian's Festival of American Folklife (2008). ;Cinema thumb left Cinema Hall in Thimphu. (File:Thimphu cinema.jpg) File:Bhutan-masked-dance.jpg thumb upright Chaam, sacred masked dances, are annually performed during Tsechu


Kent, Ohio

in Northern Stark County (Stark County, Ohio). '''Erich Kunzel, Jr.''' (March 21, 1935 September 1, 2009) was an American orchestra conductor (Conducting). Called the "Prince of Pops" by the ''Chicago Tribune'',


Kingdom of Sicily

'''Stephen du Perche''' (1137 8–1169) was the chancellor of the Kingdom of Sicily (1166–68) and Archbishop of Palermo (1167–68) during the early regency of his cousin, Queen Margaret of Navarre (1166–71). thumb 300 px Europe, with 12th-century Norman possessions in color, and ''M'' marking points of action of Margaritus of Brindisi (Image:Normans possessions 12century-fr Margaritus of Brindisi.png) '''Margaritus of Brindisi''' (also '''Margarito'''; Italian (Italian language) ''Margaritone'' or Greek (Greek language) ''Megareites'' or ''Margaritoni'' Μαργαριτώνη : c. 1149 – 1197), called '''the new Neptune''', was the last great ''ammiratus ammiratorum (Admiral)'' (Grand Admiral) of Sicily (Kingdom of Sicily). Following in the footsteps of Christodulus, George of Antioch, and Maio of Bari, Margaritus led the fleets of the kingdom in the reigns of William II (William II of Sicily) (1166–1189) and Tancred (Tancred of Sicily) (1189–1194). He probably began as a Greek pirate and gradually rose to the rank of privateer before becoming a permanent admiral of the navy. In 1185, he became the first count palatine of Cephalonia and Zakynthos (or Zante). In 1192, he became the first count of Malta. He also held the titles of Prince of Taranto and Duke of Durazzo.


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