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South Beach

million people to South Beach. In 1964, South Beach became even more famous when Jackie Gleason brought his weekly variety series, The Jackie Gleason Show to the area for taping, a rarity in the industry. Beginning in the mid 1960s and continuing through the 1980s, South Beach was used as a retirement community


Jackson, Mississippi

City and Philadelphia. Perhaps most notably, the company was given the task of running and reviving the Apollo Theater in New York's Harlem (Harlem, Manhattan). 9E07EFDE1038F931A35751C0A964948260 Inner City Broadcasting Plans to Buy the Apollo, Published: February 2, 1982: New York Times Inner City Broadcasting was also co-producer of the syndicated television (television syndication) variety series '' It's


Portland, Oregon

of a small Portland, Oregon–based entertainment company, Respond 2 Entertainment (R2), signed an agreement with Captain & Tennille to release three separate projects. The first was the home video release of Captain & Tennille's 1976 variety series, on a three-disc DVD set containing eleven complete episodes with bonus musical tracks. Second, R2 re-released all six of their albums, both from the original A&M and Casablanca labels, on newly-remastered CDs. Several of the CDs


Bulgaria

the bottom of the screen on a 2-hour delay, due to the SEC worrying that it might "destablize" the market. The ticker ran across the lower third of the screen, with stock prices on the top (white) band and index prices on the bottom (blue) band. After the first year of programming the SEC permitted just a 20-minute delay. 1 When the stock markets were closed, WBTB offered shows such as the ''Grand Ole Opry'' during late afternoons, a locally-produced variety series called ''The Uncle Floyd Show'' hosted by Floyd Vivino, and Christian programming hosted by Keith Houser at night. Saturdays were ethnic programs from Bulgaria and Spain as well as religious programming during the day on Sunday and on weekday mornings before the stock market opened.


Madrid

, Madison (Madison, Wisconsin), Madrid, Moscow and Seoul. Eurovision Song Contest On 29 March 1969, she represented the United Kingdom (United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest) in the Eurovision Song Contest (Eurovision Song Contest 1969) performing the song "Boom Bang-a-Bang", written by Peter Warne and Alan Moorhouse, the song chosen from a selection of six by viewers of her BBC1 (BBC One) variety series (Variety show) ''Happening for Lulu'' and on a special show hosted by Michael Aspel in which she performed all six one after another. One song, "I Can't Go On...", written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, came last in the postcard vote but was later recorded by Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw, Polly Brown and Elton John himself as well as by Lulu. In Madrid Lulu was accompanied by Sue and Sunny while the orchestra was conducted by Lulu's musical director Johnny Harris (Johnny Harris (musician)). Lulu later recalled: In 1917, he went to university in Madrid. While studying at the University of Madrid (now Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Complutense University of Madrid)), he became a very close friend of painter Salvador Dalí and poet Federico García Lorca, among other important Spaniard artists living in the Residencia de Estudiantes. Buñuel first studied agronomy then industrial engineering and finally switched to philosophy. alias origin Madrid, Spain genre Synthpop New Wave (New Wave music) Pop rock History The musical group was started as a synth-pop ensemble (''tecno pop'' in Spanish) by brothers Nacho (Nacho Cano) and José María Cano, along with singer Ana Torroja, in Madrid in 1981. In a period of cultural experimentation in the newly democratic Spain (Modern Spain), Mecano achieved its initial popularity with their debut single, ''«Hoy no me puedo levantar»'' (''«I can't get up today»''), a song about youth boredom and hangovers. The initial album, named after the band, became a collection of classics that would later represent Spanish pop music of the 1980s. Nine cities submitting '''bids to host the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Paralympics'''


Japan

Entertainment (R2), signed an agreement with Captain & Tennille to release three separate projects. The first was the home video release of Captain & Tennille's 1976 variety series, on a three-disc DVD set containing eleven complete episodes with bonus musical tracks. Second, R2 re-released all six of their albums, both from the original A&M and Casablanca labels, on newly-remastered CDs. Several of the CDs were previously only available in Japan. The new CDs, packaged both as individual CDs and in a box set, contain new liner notes written by Toni Tennille. accessdate 2006-08-30 The SARS (Severe acute respiratory syndrome) Pandemic fuelled the desire for personal ionisers in the Far East, including Japan (where many products have been specialised to contain negative ion generators, including toothbrushes, refrigerators, air conditioners, air cleaners and washing machines). There are no specific standards for these devices. Notebook producer ASUS included an integrated air ioniser in the N51Vf laptop. http: www.asus.com product.aspx?P_ID 0Tc42s23bOdbbvY5 Through the heraldic fountain for water, the grappling iron (a device used for close range, early naval encounters), and the torpedo, the crest commemorates the Battle of Vella Gulf in the South Pacific during World War II. The then-Commander Moosbrugger led his ships into exceedingly close range against Japanese naval forces; took the enemy by surprise, and delivered a devastating torpedo attack, thereby annihilating the hostile force. For this action, he was awarded the Navy Cross. The gold laurel wreath is symbolic of Vice Admiral Frederick Moosbrugger's long and distinguished career. ''Cushing'' departed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on 16 March 1998, for its new home port of Yokosuka, Japan. The Cushing had been homeported in Pearl Harbor since 1991 and was set to replace zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Canada

in the film, as are also the Pointed Sticks, one of the leading bands of Vancouver's punk (punk music) era. "Out of the Blue", Dorothy Woodend, TheTyee.ca, Nov. 11, 2010 Radio During World War II, Bob Crosby spent 18 months in the Marines (US marine), touring with bands in the Pacific. His radio variety series, ''The Bob Crosby Show'', aired on NBC and CBS in different runs between

production in Canada. Members of the Guild write dramatic TV series (television program), feature films, MOWs (Movie of the Week), documentaries (Documentary film), animation, comedy and variety (Variety show) series, children's and educational programming, radio drama, as well as corporate videos and multimedia productions. The organization administers the Canadian Screenwriting Awards. '''Catcha Lake''' is a Canadian (Canada) lake located in the central part


Italy

broadcaster. Sky Italia offers eight packages of channels: five base-level 'Channel Packs' and three optional 'Sky Packs' enhancements. The 'Channel Packs' are: 'Entertainment' with 33 variety, series and semi-generalist channels (3 of them in HD); 'Documentaries and Lifestyle' with 17 channels (2 of them in HD); 'Music' with 16 channels and 27 audio channels; 'Kids' with 21 channels; 'News' with 15 national, local and international news channels and 5 basic sport channels. The 'Sky Packs


United States

in the U.S. (United States) on NBC from September 17, 1970 to June 27, 1974. The show starred American comedian Flip Wilson; the program was one of the first American television programs starring a black person in the title role to become highly successful with a white audience. Specifically, it was the first successful network variety series starring an African American. The Flip Wilson Show !-- Bot generated

) on ''Mayberry R.F.D.'', and as Bernice Clifton (1986–93) on ''Designing Women'', for which she received an Emmy (Primetime Emmy Award) Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress – Comedy Series) in 1992. Ghostley was also a regular on the James Garner-Margot Kidder NBC western ''Nichols (Nichols (TV series))'' (1971–72) and the critically acclaimed variety series, ''The Julie Andrews Hour'' (1972-73

and anthropological interests. January 15, 1865) was a United States politician. '''''The Garry Moore Show''''' is the name for several separate American (United States) variety series (variety shows) on the CBS television network in the 1950s and 1960s. Hosted by experienced radio performer, Garry Moore, the series helped launch


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