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Amor Amor

Amor Gabriel Ruiz song, also known as *Amor, Amor, Amor, 1943 hit in 1961 for Ben E. King, also performed by Rod McKuen, Los Machucambos 1962, in Finnish by Kukonpojat, Ruiz Arthur Fuhrnann, Kerttu Mustonen 1961, covered in German by Mona Wessman ...

Julian Steckel

Steckel was born in 1982 in Pirmasens as the son of piano teacher Vilja Steckel and violin teacher and conductor Helfried Steckel. He completed the Abitur at the old-language Immanuel-Kant-Gymnasium Pirmasens. At the age of five Steckel began stu ...

Helga Davis

Helga Davis performed as a principle actor in the 25th-anniversary international revival of Robert Wilson and Philip Glasss opera Einstein on the Beach. The New York Times described Davis performance as "Compelling." Robert Wilson described Davis ...

Na Palapalai

Na Palapalai is a Hawaiian music band, originally founded in Hilo, Hawaii. Founded by Kuana Torres Kahele, Kapulanakehau "Kehau" Tamure, and Keao Costa. The group arranges traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, performing and recording with ...

Alis Wedding (soundtrack)

Alis Wedding is the original motion picture soundtrack for the 2017 Australian romantic comedy of the same name starring Osamah Sami and Don Hany. The soundtrack is credited to Nigel Westlake, Sydney Symphony Orchestra with Joseph Tawadros, Slava ...

Thomas Jefferson Medal

The Thomas Jefferson Medal may refer to several different awards named in honor of Thomas Jefferson: The Thomas Jefferson Star for Foreign Service is an award of the United States Department of State Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen L ...

Fawn Krieger

Fawn Krieger is an interdisciplinary artist who creates discrete sculptures and immersive multi-media environments individually and sometimes in collaboration with other artists and performers, including Neal Medlyn., Tracy + the Plastics, and An ...

Beili Liu

Beili Liu is a Chinese-American visual artist who makes large-scale, process-driven installations that address themes of migration, cultural memory, materiality and labor. Through unconventional use of common place materials such as thread, needl ...

Kit Hiller

Kit Hiller is a Tasmanian artist, now working principally in the mediums of linocut print and oil painting. She is a three-time winner of the Portia Geach Memorial Award, a portraiture prize for Australian women artists, and has been a finalist i ...

Abdur Rahman (make-up artist)

Abdur Rahman is a Bangladeshi make-up artist. He received National Film Award for Best Make-up Artist two times. He worked in over 300 films.

I Want My Hat Back

I Want My Hat Back is a 2011 children’s picture book by author and illustrator Jon Klassen. It was Klassen’s first book as both author and illustrator. The book was published by Candlewick Press in September 2011. It is notable for its dark ending.

Ken Nightingall

Ken Nightingall was a British sound engineer, popularly known as Pink Shorts Boom Guy after an image surfaced in 2015 of him working as a boom operator on Star Wars and wearing only pink shorts. He had a long career in the film industry, includin ...

Shift6m

The modules are connected by plugging or with screws. The screws are only of one type, torx 3 of the same length.

Ensieh Maleki

Dance of Life Video documentary sound mixer2019 Tenant Short supervising sound editor2015 Masoumeh Documentary supervising sound editor2016 The Silhouettes Documentary sound design2020 Compatriot Documentary short supervising sound editor 2017 As ...

The Contagious Apparitions of Dambarey Dendrite

The Contagious Apparitions of Dambarey Dendrite is a 2013 Nepali drama short film, directed by Pooja Gurung, Bibhusan Basnet in their debut. The film stars Anupam Sharma in the lead role. The Contagious Apparitions of Dambarey Dendrite is about h ...

Dingle International Film Festival

The Dingle International Film Festival was a film festival held annually in March that took place between 2007 and 2019 in Dingle, Ireland.

Zac Stuart-Pontier

Zac Stuart-Pontier is an American film editor, host and producer. He is known for his work on the HBO documentary The Jinx, Catfish and Martha Marcy May Marlene.

Whispering Wind

"Whispering Winds", a song from The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island "Whispering Wind", a song by Moby from Play: The B Sides "Whispering Wind", a song by Green on Red from The Killer Inside Me "The Whispering Wind Blows On By", a song b ...

Homewrecker (disambiguation)

"Homewrecker", a song by Annetenna from Annetenna "Homewrecker", one of the four archetypes depicted on the album "Homewrecker" song", a song by Gretchen Wilson from Here for the Party "Homewrecker", a song by Marina and the Diamonds from Electra ...

TRL

TRL may refer to: Thru-Reflect-Line, a technique used for Network analyzer electrical calibration. Technology readiness level, a method for estimating the maturity of technologies Turkish lira, ISO 4217 code before redenomination in 2005 triglyce ...

Celeigh Cardinal

Celeigh Cardinal is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter from Alberta. She is most noted for her 2019 album Stories from a Downtown Apartment, which was a Juno Award nominee for Indigenous Music Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2020. Based in ...

Jesse Jones

Jesse Jones may refer to: Jesse Fuller Jones fl. 19th century, owner of Jesse Fuller Jones House, a historic plantation house in North Carolina Jesse S. Jones 1860–1931, American politician Jesse D. Jones fl. 1940s, commander of the USS Henry Cou ...

What Heat

What Heat is an album by Bokante plus Metropole Orkest, released in September 2018. This album was nominated for Best World Music Album in the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.

Tate McRae

Tatum Rosner "Tate" McRae is a Canadian singer and dancer. At age 13, she gained prominence as the first Canadian finalist on the American TV show So You Think You Can Dance. McRae caught the attention of RCA Records in 2019 after her original so ...

Andrea Donaldson

Andrea Donaldson is a Canadian theatre director and dramaturge. She is the current artistic director of Nightwood Theatre and was formerly the program director of Nightwoods Write From the Hip program.

Hillar Liitoja

Hillar Liitoja is a Canadian playwright and theatre director. He is most noted for his 1993 play The Last Supper, which won the Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award in 1994 and was adapted by Cynthia Roberts into the 1994 feature film The Last S ...

R rating

R rating may refer to: R18 British Board of Film Classification, a rating by the British Board of Film Classification usually signifying hardcore pornography R rating Motion Picture Association of America, a rating of the Motion Picture Associati ...

Jackie Saccoccio

Jackie Saccoccio is an American female abstract artist. Her studio is in West Cornwall, Connecticut. Since the 1970s Saccoccio has experimented with randomness in her work. She creates her compositions by pouring oil, pressing one canvas on top o ...

Nizzanim culture

The Nizzanim culture is a disputed archaeological culture from the Pottery Neolithic of the Southern Levant. It was identified in three sites in the southern coastal plain of modern Israel including The type site Nizzanim, Givat Haparsa and Hof Z ...

Myriam Catania

After five years of dating, Catania married actor Luca Argentero in 2009. They divorced in 2016. She is now in a relationship with French publicist Quentin Kammermann and they have a son, Jacques, who was born in 2017.

Deutsches Theater

Deutsches Theater is the name of several theatres which were founded to promote German language and literature, oftentimes in the 19th century as counterparts to Italian operas: Deutsches Theater Hanover Deutsches Theater Gottingen Deutsches Thea ...

Sea song

Sea song or sea-song may refer to: a sea song genre, a sailors song - when expressly working songs, they are often sea shanties a shipboard song-type which flourished in the Age of Sails 19th century to the 20th centurys first half. - As OED defined.

Inscape (album)

Inscape is the second album from Canadian composer and pianist Alexandra Streliski. It consists of eleven pieces for solo piano. The album was nominated for Album of the Year and Instrumental Album of the Year at the 2020 Juno Awards, with Streli ...

1960 Iowa Senate election

The 1960 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1960 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 29 of the state senates 50 districts. State senators serve four-year terms in the Iowa State Senate. A sta ...

Show (Allison Moorer album)

Show is a live album by Allison Moorer, released June 24, 2003. The album peaked at No. 49 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart in July 2003. According to Vogue, this album features the first recorded collaboration between Moorer and her sis ...

God Troubles Me

God Troubles Me is a 2019 Chinese original net animation produced by L²Studio. It was released on Bilibili, starting the 21st July 2019 and every Sunday at 10 p.m. thereafter.

Soap Bubbles (painting)

Soap Bubbles referrers to a series of early 18th-century paintings by French artist Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin. Done in oil on canvas, Bubbles - Chardin’s first figural painting - depicts a young man blowing a soap bubble. Chardins original wor ...

Inclined (Phelps)

The sculpture is made of bronze, steel, and cement. The Oklahoman s Steve Lackmeyer said the artwork "features the upper half torso of a dark-skinned man, double life size, pushing a big concrete sphere up a pair of rails", and has a title with m ...

Time Served (album)

Time Served is the third studio album by American rapper Moneybagg Yo, released on January 10, 2020, through Roc Nation, Collective Music Group, Bread Gang Entertainment, N-Less Entertainment, and Interscope Records. It features collaborations wi ...

Transport Fever

Transport Fever is a business video game series developed by Urban Games and published by Gambitious Digital Entertainment. The franchise was introduced in 2014, when the first game titled as Train Fever, with the latest game titled as Transport ...

Number One Christmas

Number One Christmas is a studio album by American country artist Jeannie Seely. It was first released in 1994 on Power Pak Records. It was co-produced by Moe Lytle and Tommy Hill. Her twelfth studio recording, Number One Christmas was also Seely ...

James Browns Funky Christmas

James Browns Funky Christmas is a compilation of the best songs from James Browns three earlier Christmas albums, 1966s James Brown Sings Christmas Songs, 1968s A Soulful Christmas and 1970s Hey America Its Christmas. This album was also released ...

Christmas in NYC: Live in Concert

Christmas in NYC Live In Concert is a concert residency by American singer Lea Michele, in support of her third studio album and first holiday album, Christmas in the City. The residency was performed at The Concert Hall at NY Society for Ethical ...

Ill Be Home for Christmas (Sara Evans EP)

Ill Be Home for Christmas is an extended play released by American country artist Sara Evans. The project was released on November 3, 2009 via RCA Records Nashville. It was Evanss first EP release and first collection of holiday music. It was rel ...

Rolf Wideroe Prize

The Rolf Wideroe Prize is awarded every third year by the Accelerator Group of the European Physical Society, in memory of Rolf Wideroe, to individuals in recognition of outstanding work in the field of accelerator physics. The prize was awarded ...

Slim Dusty Live

Slim Dusty Live is a live album by Australian country music singer Slim Dusty. The album was recorded in 2000, during this Looking Forward Looking Back album tour. It was released in March 2006 and peaked at number 42 on the ARIA Charts.

Stay (Safe album)

Stay is the debut studio album by Canadian rapper Safe. It was released on May 9, 2019, by RCA Records and features vocals from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Playboi Carti and QUIN.

Dopamine (Mila J album)

Dopamine is the debut studio album by American recording artist Mila J. It was released on April 7, 2017 through Silent Partner Entertainment and November Reign Records. The album is entirely produced by iRich, who also happens to be featured as ...

Tha Melagholiso (OtherView Remix - MAD VMA 2019)

Tha Melagholiso ", transl. I Will Be Sad) is a song by Greek singer Katy Garbi featuring the band Alcatrash. It was performed at the MAD VMA 2019 on 27 June 2019 and released on digital platforms on 10 July 2019 by Panik Platinum, a sub-label of ...

Boss Man (album)

Boss Man is the third studio album by American rapper Rich the Kid. It was released on March 13, 2020. It is Richs first release on Republic Records. The album features guest appearances by Lil Baby, Future, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Lil ...