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Garcia Live Volume 13

Garcia Live Volume 13 is a two-CD live album by the Jerry Garcia Band. It was recorded on September 16, 1989 at Poplar Creek Music Theatre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. It was released on April 24, 2020. At this concert Clarence Clemons of Bruce ...

                                               

Olivier Choiniere

Olivier Choiniere is a Canadian playwright from Granby, Quebec. He is most noted as a three-time nominee for the Governor Generals Award for French-language drama, receiving nominations at the 1998 Governor Generals Awards for Le Bain des raines, ...

                                               

Sandbox

Sandbox band, a Canadian rock music group Sandbox Michael Houser album, 2006, or the title track The Sandbox play, a 1960 one-act play by Edward Albee Sandbox Theatre, an experimental theatre group in Minneapolis, Minnesota Sandbox, a 1987 album ...

                                               

Wilbury Theatre Group

The Wilbury Theatre Group is a nonprofit theatre located in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. It is known for its experimental theater and its annual fringe festival, FringePVD. Wilbury Theatre Group was founded in 2010. Th ...

                                               

Yours truly

Yours truly may refer to: Yours Truly film, a 2018 Indian romantic drama film Yours Truly Theatre, Bangalore, a theatre group in India Yours truly, a form of valediction, especially at the end of a written communication Yours truly, a euphemistic ...

                                               

Playhouse Theatre (disambiguation)

Edinburgh Playhouse Epsom Playhouse Nottingham Playhouse Perth Playhouse Erith Playhouse Playhouse Theatre, a West End theatre in London Playhouse Theatre, Harlow, in Harlow The Oxford Playhouse Liverpool Playhouse Norwich Playhouse Derby Playhou ...

                                               

2016 in Michigan

Events from the year 2016 in Michigan. The Detroit Free Press DFP and Lansing State Journal LSJ both published year-end recaps of the years top news stories. The only story to appear on both lists was Donald Trumps narrow electoral victory in Mic ...

                                               

Jenny Fitzpatrick

Jennifer Theresa Fitzpatrick is an English actress most notable for her career in musical theatre in the West End of London and in UK tours. She has also performed in Europe, appeared on television and co-wrote the screenplay for the film Payback ...

                                               

Theatre Square, Tskhinvali

Theatre Square is a public area in Tskhinvali, the capital of the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia. New Years Day celebrations held on the square between 31 December and 1 January. All Independence Day and Victory Day Parades occur ...

                                               

Boston Court Pasadena Theatre Company

Boston Court Pasadena is a Regional theatre noted for its productions of new works. Located in Pasadena, California, it houses a 99-seat theatre for its mainstage productions, as well as a 80-seat black box theatre.

                                               

La Belle Sauvage (play)

The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage is an upcoming play by Bryony Lavery based on the fantasy novel of the same name by Philip Pullman which is the first part of The Book of Dust trilogy.

                                               

Sing Street (musical)

Sing Street is a musical with music and lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney and a book by Enda Walsh. The musical is based on Carneys 2016 film of the same name. The stage adaptation was originally presented at New York Theatre Workshop. The mus ...

                                               

Guillaume de Fontenay

Guillaume de Fontenay is a Canadian film director and screenwriter from Montreal, Quebec. He is most noted for his feature film debut Sympathy for the Devil, which received three Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 8th Canadian Screen Awards ...

                                               

Babu Annur

Babu Annur also known as C. K. Babu is an Indian film & theater Actor, working predominantly in the Malayalam movie industry. He is actively involved in theater in Malayalam as an actor since 1974. He has done more than seventy five plays as of 2 ...

                                               

Nishikanta Chattopadhyay

Chattopadhyay was born on July 1852 in Pashchimpara in Bikrampur, Dhaka, Bengal Presidency, British India. He graduated from Progress School in 1868 and then from Presidency University. In 1898, he moved to London, Great Britain. He joined Leipzi ...

                                               

CPH

CPH, CpH, Cph, or cph may refer to: Board Certified in Public Health CPH, USA CPH:DOX film festival Copenhagen Airport, IATA code In Copenhagen, Denmark CPH:PIX film festival Cleveland Play House, US theatre Cyclopentadiene, C 5 H 6 cph Deutschla ...

                                               

Belvoir

Belvoir, in some cases pronounced BEE -vər, may refer to: Belvoir, Doubs, a commune in the Doubs departement of France Belvoir Castle, a castle in Leicestershire, England Vale of Belvoir, an area of England Belvoir High School, a secondary school ...

                                               

Lodestone (disambiguation)

Lodestone Comics, a sister company to Deluxe Comics The Lodestone, an official website of Final Fantasy XIV Lodestone, an alias of DC Comics character Rhea Jones Lodestone Games, a game development studio based in Charlottesville, Virginia Lodest ...

                                               

Toros

Toros may refer to: Sports Western District Toros, a soccer club from Adelaide, South Australia Austin Toros, former 2005-2014 name of Austin Spurs, the NBA Development League minor league basketball team Rio Grande Valley FC Toros of the United ...

                                               

TeddyLoid

TeddyLoid is a Japanaese electronic music producer and DJ. He is known for producing many songs in the soundtrack of Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, which charted on Oricon Albums Chart. He is also known for partnering with Daoko in "Me!Me!Me!" ...

                                               

Mops

Mops or MOPS can refer to: Massive Ordnance Penetrator, a bunker buster bomb A programming language, a dialect of Forth for Mac OS MOPS is the common name for the compound 3-N-morpholinopropanesulfonic acid, a common buffer in protein chemistry M ...

                                               

Spanish Fork

Spanish Fork may refer to: Spanish Fork, Utah, a city in southern Utah County Enciclopedia Libre Universal en Español - a fork of the Spanish language Wikipedia Spanish Fork High School Spanish Fork, a stream in Boise County, Idaho, northwest of ...

                                               

Sahih International

Sahih International is an English Language translation of the Quran, the holy book of Islam. Published by the Publishing House, dar Abul Qasim, Saudi Arabia, it is one of the Worlds most popular Quran translations. Despite having been translated ...

                                               

AQA (disambiguation)

AQA may refer to or stand for: aqa aqa, the ISO 639-5 for the unspecified Alacalufan languages Aqa Aqa, Kermanshah Aqa, Lorestan Aqa, one of two villages in Iran AQA IATA code for Araraquara Airport The Aquatic Sector in the Metroid Fusion video ...

                                               

Jean Okimāsis

In 1982, Okimāsis started work on Cree language programs at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated college now the First Nations University of Canada. She published a textbook, workbook, and teaching grammar of the Cree language called Cree, Language ...

                                               

Three Days of Christmas

Three Days of Christmas is a 2019 Spanish-language television series starring Victoria Abril, Carles Arquimbau and Mae Aswell. The plot revolves around set in the aftermath of World War II and told during across two different time periods. It was ...

                                               

Tsarevich Prosha

Tsarevich Prosh lives in one kingdom. Suddenly he had a wonderful dream and Prosh did not want to tell this dream to his father. The tsar did not like this, and he drove Prosh out of the kingdom.

                                               

Clackamas

The word Clackamas may refer to: Clackamas people, a Native American people in what is now Oregon The now extinct language spoken by the tribe, one of the Chinookan languages

                                               

Corrientes (disambiguation)

Corrientes is a city in Argentina. Corrientes currents in the Spanish language may also refer to: Carysfort, Falkland Islands, known as Cabo Corrientes in Spanish Cabo Corrientes, Cuba, a cape in the extreme west of Cuba Cabo Corrientes municipal ...

                                               

La Voz (Mexican season 9)

The ninth season of La Voz was set to premiere March 30, 2020 on Azteca Uno, but due to COVID-19 it has been delayed until further notice. Ricardo Montaner and Belinda returned for their second season as coaches. Meanwhile, Maria Jose and Christi ...

                                               

Chocolats

Chocolats is a Belgian disco-latino group which made 12 albums between 1975 and 1981, and sold more than 6 million records. Chocolats was formed in 1975 by Marcel de Keukeleire and Jean Van Loo, both active in the music business in Mouscron, Belg ...

                                               

Alucinação

Alucinação is a 1976 studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Belchior, his second, recorded at PolyGram. It features hit songs like "Apenas um Rapaz Latino-Americano", "Como Nossos Pais" and "Velha Roupa Colorida". The album sold 30 thousand ...

                                               

Carrizo

Carrizo Mountains, a mountain range located on the Colorado Plateau in northeastern Arizona Carrizo Hill, Texas, a census-designated place located in Dimmit County, Texas, United States Carrizo Impact Area, a former United States Navy bombing ran ...

                                               

Coos

Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians, federally recognized tribe of Coos people Coos people, an indigenous people of the Northwest Plateau in Oregon Cowasuck, also known as Cowass or Coos, an Algonquian-speaking Native Am ...

                                               

Dagan

Beit Dagan, Israel Dagan 大干, China, in Fujians Shunchang County Dagan, Iran, a village in Kurdistan Province Beth Dagan, two cities in ancient Israel

                                               

Ishma-Dagan

Ishma-Dagan was a ruler of the city of Mari, one of the military governors known as Shakkanakku in northern Mesopotamia, in the later period of the Akkadian Empire. According to the dynastic lists, he ruled for 45 years, after Shu-Dagan, and was ...

                                               

Nûr-Mêr

Nûr-Mêr, also Niwar-Mêr was a ruler of the city of Mari, one of the military governors known as Shakkanakku in northern Mesopotamia, in the later period of the Akkadian Empire. According to the dynastic lists, he ruled for 5 years, after his fath ...

                                               

Khita

Khita, sometimes Hita in Elamite, was governor of Susa and the 11th king of the Awan Dynasty of Elam, around 2280 BCE. He was most likely the grandfather of the famous Elamite ruler Kutik-Inshushinak, who succeeded him on the throne. Elam had bee ...

                                               

Lugalannatum

Lugalannatum was a ruler of the city-state of Umma, circa 2130 BCE. Lugalannatum is known from a deposit tablet, now in the Louvre Museum, in which he mentions the rule of Sium, king of the Gutians. The tablet was first published in 1911, and fir ...

                                               

Nam-mahani

Nam-mahani was a Sumerian ruler, and the last ensi of Lagash circa 2100 BCE, roughly contemporaneous with the last king of Akkad, Shu-turul. His reign was followed by that of Utu-hengal, who destroyed the power of the Gutian Dynasty, and put and ...

                                               

ACK

ACK TCP, the control character used in the Transmission Control Protocol to acknowledge receipt of a packet Acknowledgement data networks Amsterdam Compiler Kit, a retargetable compiler suite and toolchain

                                               

Karkkisallit

Karkkisallit was a Finnish quartet based in the town of Karkkila in Uusimaa region. The quartet started singing together in 1990 and ended the career in November 2016 with a farewell concert called "En kadu mitaan".

                                               

K. S. Ashoka

K. S. Ashoka known as Ashoka is an Indian movie director. He became popular in the wake of the success of his debut movie 6-5=2 Kannada. It was the first found footage movie in Kannada. with the grand success of the movie 6-5=2 Kannda version the ...

                                               

Kamaka

Kamaka may refer to: Kamaka Ukulele Kamakã languages, a small family of extinct Macro-Jê languages of Bahia near Brazils Atlantic coast Kamaka island, a small island in French Polynesia

                                               

Kiriri

Kiriri may refer to: Kiriri people, an indigenous people of Brazil Kiriri, Kenya Kiriri, variant of Keriri, Indigenous name for Hammond Island Queensland

                                               

Lakes Plains

The Mamberamo Lakes Plains are a large, flat low-lying area of the Mamberamo River basin in the Indonesian province Papua on the island of New Guinea. The plain is defined by the meandering tributaries of the Mamberamo, and includes hundreds of o ...

                                               

Odishi-Guria plain

The Odishi-Guria plain also known as Odishi-Guria lowland and Odishi Plateau is a plain in the middle part of Samegrelo in western Georgia from the bottom of the Egrisi Range to the northern edge of the Kolkheti lowland. To the south, it is borde ...

                                               

Miskito

Miskito may refer to: Miskito people, indigenous group in Honduras and Nicaragua Tawira Miskito, branch of Miskito people of largely indigenous origin Miskito Sambu, branch of Miskito people with African admixture Miskito Coast, alternate name fo ...

                                               

Ternate (disambiguation)

Ternate can refer to: Ternate language, a North Halmahera language spoken on the island of Ternate Ternate 1801 EIC ship, a 16-gun brig of the Bombay Marine that served the British East India Company from 1801 to c. 1838. Sultanate of Ternate bas ...

                                               

Patani (disambiguation)

Patani, a historic region in Thailand and Malaysia Patani, Delta, an administrative unit of Delta State, Nigeria Pattani disambiguation, listing items associated with the above region Patani, North Maluku, a village in North Maluku, Indonesia