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dance black

''' is a collective name for two closely related Swedish (Swedish people) dance companies based in Stockholm, Sweden: '''The Rhythm Hot Shots''' and the '''Harlem Hot Shots'''. The Hot Shots specialize in faithful reproductions of African-American dance scenes in American films from the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Dances that they perform include Lindy Hop, Tap dance, Cakewalk, Charleston (Charleston (dance)), and Black Bottom (Black Bottom (dance)). The members of the Hot Shots are also respected dance instructors and accomplished social dancers. The goals of The Rhythm Hot Shots and the Harlem Hot Shots are the same. The '''Swedish Swing Society''' ('''SSS''') is a non-profit dance organization in Stockholm, Sweden that teaches Lindy Hop and other swing related dances. As the major swing dance society in Stockholm, most swing dancers have been a member of the SSS, and the Hot Shots are no exception. The Hot Shots and SSS have had a very close relationship from the beginning of the Hot Shots, with cross-memberships in both organizations. For example, the founders of The Rhythm Hot Shots were also members of the SSS. Almost all of the Hot Shots are either current or past members of the SSS, as well as current or past instructors for the SSS, such as Lena Ramberg, Frida Segerdahl, and Sakarias Larsson. 2007-08-05 Stockholm, Sweden The Battle 2006-07-30 Stockholm, Sweden The Battle 2002-08-09 Stockholm, Sweden World Lindy Hop Championship 1997-08-11 Stockholm, Sweden World Lindy Hop Championship Blue House Jazz with Jan Lundgren Trio & Andreas Pettersson Quartet Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden - Children's Shows: The dance that disappeared Rosenlundsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden - 20 Years with the Hot Shots Södra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden - S.W.I.N.G - stratospheric dance show from the days of guys and dolls Rosenlundsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden - Harlem en Douce France Rosenlundsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden - A Spectacular Concert by Swing That Music with Harlem Hot Shots Dieselverkstaden, Stockholm, Sweden - Jazz Dance - den sanna historien Chicago Swing Dance Studio, Stockholm, Sweden - Black Beauty Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden - Swing Time Nalen, Stockholm, Sweden - What Is This Thing Called Swing? Nalen, Stockholm, Sweden USA tour Swing Teater Replica, Stockholm, Sweden - Hep to the Jive Komediteatern, Stockholm, Sweden - Jumpin' at the Jubilee Södra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden - Come to Broadway Södra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden Background Opeth was formed in 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden, by David Isberg. Isberg invited Mikael Åkerfeldt (of the recently disbanded band Eruption) to join Opeth. The other members of the band took exception to this, and quit Opeth, leaving only Isberg and Åkerfeldt. Anders Nordin, Nick Döring, and Andreas Dimeo were brought in as replacements. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


frequent international

. The most frequent is the Prague - Brno line with round the clock time schedule. There are also many less frequent international lines to: London, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart, Paris, Košice, Budapest, Rome, Naples, Venice, Zurich, Bern, Geneve, Stockholm, Oslo and some other destinations. '''Turkey''' competed at the '''1956 Summer Olympics''' in Melbourne, Australia and Stockholm, Sweden (equestrian events (Equestrian at the 1956 Summer Olympics)). European Championships (1958 European Championships in Athletics) Stockholm, Sweden bgcolor "silver" align "center" 2nd In May 2004 he created some reaction during a speech in Stockholm, by saying that the Islamic (Islam) prophet Muhammad had been a pedophile - see also criticism of Muhammad (criticism of Muhammad#Aisha). Aftonbladet: "Runar går till attack mot islam" This led to some condemnation and protests, unlike those of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy. During the same sermon he also made disparaging remarks about Jesus and Siddharta (Gautama Buddha), though none of these remarks received the same attention. Søgaard received threats from radical Islamists, and some people feared he would face the same fate as Dutch (Netherlands) filmmaker Theo van Gogh (Theo van Gogh (film director)). Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


famous painting

with their captors, leading to the term "Stockholm syndrome". *1977 – The Gossamer Condor wins the Kremer prize for human powered flight. *1534 – Jacques Cartier begins the voyage during which he discovers Canada and Labrador. *1535 – The Sun dog phenomenon observed over Stockholm and depicted in the famous painting "Vädersolstavlan". *1653 – Oliver Cromwell dissolves the Rump Parliament

. 100px (Image:LZ121 Nordstern.jpg) birth_date death_place Waldemarsudde, Stockholm, Sweden father Oscar II (Oscar II of Sweden) He was a famous painter (Painting), art collector and patron of artists. His residence, Waldemarsudde

;Exhibition notice, Huis Marseille. Accessed 15 February 2011. A member of the Academy In 1864 he became a member of the Academy in Denmark, and in 1866 the Academy in Stockholm, Sweden. He painted another famous painting of Amager folk, the cheerful "''Blindebuk''" ("Blind Man’s Bluff") depicting a farmhouse interior with children at play, in 1866. In an age where industrialisation was fast


acclaimed film

), and the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm. He played the role of Papageno in Ingmar Bergman's acclaimed film version of Mozart's (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) ''Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'' (''Trollflöjten (The Magic Flute (1975 film))'', 1975). He sang the baritone solos in choral conductor Robert Shaw (Robert Shaw (conductor))'s acclaimed and highly popular 1980 recording of ''Carmina Burana (Carmina Burana (Orff))'', with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. In 1985, he was appointed vocalist to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Music at the Indiana University Bloomington School of Music. Hagegard also holds a Professorship in Vocal Studies at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo, Norway. Prosperin was a lecturer in mathematics and physics at Uppsala University in 1767, professor of observational astronomy (Observator) in 1773 – 1796, and professor of Astronomy in 1797 – 1798. He became a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) in Stockholm in 1771 and a member of the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala in 1774 (secretary from 1786 onwards). Professional career Suter was selected with the 120th pick in the 1977 NHL Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL (National Hockey League) and also no. 58 overall in the 1977 World Hockey Association draft by the Birmingham Bulls. He rejected Los Angeles' contract offer following the 1980 Olympics, and instead sat out 1980-81 season to become an unrestricted free agent. He came out of retirement in the spring of 1981 to play for the United States team at the 1981 Ice Hockey World Championship tournament in Stockholm. Suter signed with the Minnesota North Stars as unrestricted free agent in 1981, but spent the entire 1981–82 season in the Central Hockey League (Central Hockey League (1963-84)) with the Nashville South Stars farm team. He retired in 1982 without playing a single game in the NHL. Biography He was born on October 8, 1604 in Livland. In 1622 he became a weapon page to Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, then he was a captain in Queen Kristina's honor guard. He was promoted to major general in the cavalry, a commanding officer for the Finnish militia, and later the governor of the Finland. He was raised to nobility as Baron on February 12, 1680. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


television development

1946618622.html?FMT ABS&FMTS ABS:AI Baird then set up the Baird Television Development Company Ltd, which in 1928 made the first transatlantic television transmission, from London to Hartsdale, New York, and the first television programme for the BBC. In November 1929, Baird and Bernard Natan established France's first television company, Télévision-Baird-Natan. He televised the first live transmission of the Epsom Derby in 1931. He demonstrated a theatre


time painting

. He then crossed over to Paris, and made his way at last to Rome, there taking up residence for a considerable time, painting the portraits of the exiled Swedish Queen Christina (Christina of Sweden) and other celebrities. In 1688 he returned to England, and became for some years a dangerous rival to Kneller. He was one of the founders of the Saint Luke's Academy and was a member of the Rose and Crown Club. He died in London. background group_or_band origin


amp genre

;offset &datebirthfrom &datebirthto &country &gender &yearfrom &yearto &genre &electric &bass &amplified &publisher &artist 341&acoustic &sort a&textsearch_field &textsearch ''Premieres by Pablo Gómez'' Grotesque briefly reformed in 2007 for a single invite-only concert on January 26 in Stockholm, to celebrate the publication of Daniel Ekeroth's book ''Swedish Death Metal''. Nirvana 2002 and Interment also


main position

Veikkausliiga. His main position was a striker (Forward (association football)) and he was a regular in the Finnish national team (Finland national football team). Early career Johansson was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and started his career in Finland in his hometown club Pargas IF (Pargas Idrottsförening). In 1995 he moved on to the Veikkausliiga club TPS Turku (Turun Palloseura). He went on to score six goals in 32 league appearances in his first season and was chosen to play in the Finland Under-21 team (Finland national under-21 football team). In 1997 he transferred to FC Flora Tallinn, becoming the first Finnish player to move to an Estonian club. During this time he broke into the senior Finland team - his blond, curly locks earned him the nickname 'Tintti' (Tintin (Tintin (character))) with national team supporters. DATE OF BIRTH 16 August 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH Stockholm, Sweden DATE OF DEATH The two enemies were called to interrogation in Stockholm, in front of the Church council in July 1613. After an investigation, there was a settlement, but both professors were moved from Uppsala. Messenius was entrusted the keeping of the kingdom's old archives, and he was promoted to assessor of the Swedish court of appeal (''Svea hovrätt''), in 1614. The IBRYO secretariat was headquartered in Scandinavia. The Bureau secretariat met in Malmö and Stockholm. Epe was headquartered in Oslo, Norway. Eurppean Indoor Championships (1996 European Indoor Championships in Athletics) Stockholm, Sweden bgcolor "gold" align "center" 1st '''Mikael Christian Wiehe''' (born April 10, 1946 in Stockholm) is a Swedish (Sweden) singer, multi-instrumentalist and composer. As the main songwriter and driving force of Hoola Bandoola Band he was also one of the most important people in the proggmovement. Background In August 2000, following the commercial success of her debut album, ''On The 6'' Lopez announced that she had begun working on her sophomore album. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


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international focus

refused to participate arguing there were not in place any ethanol filling stations. However, Ford Motor Company took the offer and began importing the flexifuel version of its Focus (Ford Focus (International)) model, delivering the first cars in 2001, and selling more than 15,000 FFV Focus by 2005, then representing an 80% market share of the flexifuel market. Flexible-fuel vehicles were introduced in Sweden as a demonstration test in 1994, when

the offer and began importing the flexifuel version of its Focus (Ford Focus (International)) model, delivering the first cars in 2001, and selling more than 15,000 FFV Focus by 2005, then representing an 80% market share of the flexifuel market. - Stockholm align center ARN align center ESSA Arlanda Airport (Stockholm-Arlanda Airport) - In the year 1900, Chicago was the city with the second highest number of Swedes

Stockholm

'''Stockholm''' ( approximately 1.4 million in the urban area (Stockholm urban area), and a total population close to 2.2 million in the metropolitan area (Metropolitan Stockholm). The city is spread across 14 islands on the coast in the southeast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren (Mälaren), by the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic sea. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Birger Jarl.

Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. The region alone accounts for over a third of the country's GDP, Sweden's national football arena (Friends Arena) is located north of the city centre, in Solna. Ericsson Globe, the national indoor arena, is in the southern part of the city. The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics, and hosted the equestrian portion of the 1956 Summer Olympics otherwise held in Melbourne, Australia.

Stockholm is the seat of the Government of Sweden and most government agencies (Government agencies in Sweden),

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