Year 1110 was a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar. Spring – Mawdud ibn Altuntash, Turkic ruler of Mosul, leads an expedition to capture the territories of the Crusaders east of the Euphrates River, he besieges the fortress city of Edessa, but is forced to retreat, when King Baldwin I of Jerusalem intervenes with a Crusader relief force. February–May – The Crusaders under Baldwin I besiege Beirut; the Genoese and Pisan ships blockade the harbour, Fatimid ships from Tyre and Sidon try in vain to break the blockade. The Fatimid governor flees by night through the Italian fleet to Cyprus. On May 13, Baldwin captures the city by assault; the Italians conduct an massacre among the inhabitants. October–December – The Crusaders under Balwin I besiege Sidon. Norwegian ships blockade the harbour – but are nearly dispersed by a powerful Fatimid flotillia from Tyre, they are saved by the arrival of a Venetian squadron under Doge Ordelafo Faliero. On December 4, the city capitulates to Baldwin.
December – Tancred, Italo-Norman prince of Galilee, brings the Crusader castle Krak des Chevaliers in Syria under his control. He remains regent of the Principality of Antioch in the name of his cousin Bohemond II. King Henry V invades Italy with a large army and concludes an agreement with Pope Paschal II at Sutri. Henry renounces the right of investiture in return that Paschal promises to crown him emperor and to restore to the Holy Roman Empire all the lands given to the German church. July 25 – Henry V marries the 8-year-old Matilda, she is crowned Queen of the Romans in a ceremony at Mainz. After the betrothal Matilda is placed into custody of Bruno, archbishop of Trier, tasked with educating her in German culture and government; the dukedom of Bohemia is secured for Vladislaus I following the death of Svatopluk, assassinated. Vladislaus receives support from Henry V and will rule until 1125. Almoravid forces under Sultan Ali ibn Yusuf occupy Zaragoza, bringing all of Andalusia's Muslim states under Almoravid control.
King Henry I has improvements made at Windsor Castle, including a chapel, so that he can use the castle as his formal residence. The Rus' Primary Chronicle is completed; the work is considered to be a fundamental source in the history of the East Slavs. Construction begins on Fontevraud Abbey in the French duchy of Anjou. Aelred of Rievaulx, English Cistercian monk and abbot Abraham ben Isaac, Jewish rabbi and writer Abraham ibn Daud, Jewish atronomer and historian Clarembald of Arras, French theologian and writer Diarmait Mac Murchada, Irish king of Leinster Düsum Khyenpa, Tibetan spiritual leader Eudes of Deuil, French abbot and historian Gertrude of Sulzbach, German queen Gilbert Foliot, English abbot and bishop Hodierna of Jerusalem, countess of Tripoli Iowerth Goch ap Maredudd, Welsh prince John Tzetzes, Byzantine grammarian Kirik the Novgorodian, Russian monk and chronicler Lhachen Naglug, Indian ruler of Ladakh Liu Wansu, Chinese physician of the Jin Dynasty Eudes de St. Amand, French Grand Master Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo, Tibetan Buddhist monk Reginald de Dunstanville, 1st Earl of Cornwall Robert of Torigni, Norman monk and abbot Rohese de Vere, countess of Essex Rostislav I, Grand Prince of Kiev Vladislaus II, king of Bohemia William III, count of Burgundy July 10 – Elias I, French nobleman November 12 – Gebhard III, bishop of Constance Lhachen Utpala, Indian king of Ladakh Li Jie, Chinese writer of the Song Dynasty Richard of Hauteville, Italo-Norman nobleman Robert of Hauteville, Italo-Norman nobleman Thiofrid, Benedictine abbot of Echternach Vijayabahu I, Sri Lankan king of Polonnaruwa William Bona Anima, archbishop of Rouen
"Serial Killer" is an unreleased song recorded by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey. It was recorded as one of the first tracks for Del Rey's second studio album, Born to Die but didn't make the cut; the lyrics and musical composition are attributed to Peter Ibsen. It leaked online on August 9, 2012. In the summer of 2013, a remixed version of the track was released by Trap Nation, which has garnered over 4 million views on YouTube; the original upload of the leaked song has over 27 million views, while the song has garnered over 70 million combined views across 10 of its unofficial uploads. It was promoted by a number of live performances in 2015 and 2016. "Serial Killer" was recognized as a "fan favorite", some of which went on to publish campaigns for the track be released onto CD. In August 2012, It was rumored that "Serial Killer" were to appear on the reissue of Born to Die, to be The Paradise Edition, It leaked on August 9, 2012, along with two other unreleased songs by Del Rey, Del Rey's rendition of "Ghetto Baby".
Because of its positive reception, the media claimed. "Serial Killer" has been described as "trip-hoppy" "stalker anthem with a textured, spacious production" by Spin. Del Rey performed "Serial Killer" at The Endless Summer Tour, along with other unreleased songs "You Can Be the Boss" and "Us Against the World", it was performed live at the Orange Warsaw Festival and several other festivals that Lana Del Rey performed at during 2016. She performed the song during the LA to the Moon Tour
Carlton Patrick Gray is an American former professional football player, a cornerback in the National Football League for eight seasons. He played college football for the UCLA Bruins, was recognized as an All-American, he was drafted in the second round of the 1993 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, played professionally for the Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL. Gray was born in Ohio, he went to Forest Park High School in Cincinnati, was a prep standout in football and track. He was awarded the Dial Award for the national high school scholar-athlete of the year in 1988, his grandfather, Benjamin Hooks, retired as the executive director of the NAACP. Gray attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was a four-year starter for the Bruins teams from 1989 to 1992, he earned consensus first-team All-American honors as a senior, as well as first-team All-Pac-10 accolades. He finished second all-time in UCLA history with 16 interceptions. In 1989, he became the first freshman in a decade to start at least eight games for UCLA.
In 1991, Gray finished second in the nation with 10 interceptions. After his senior season in 1992, Gray was selected to play in the Hula Bowl and East-West Shrine Game. In the 1993 NFL Draft, Gray was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round with the 30th pick overall, he played for the Seahawks from 1993 to 1996. On July 22, 1993, he signed with the Seahawks, his rookie year he played in ten games. He missed the final six games of the regular season due to an ankle injury, he recorded a sack in 1993. In 1994, he played in 11 games before breaking his arm against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 11 and missed the rest of the season. Both 1995 and 1996, Carlton played in all 16 games. In 1995, Gray had his most productive season as a pro, being second on the Seahawks with four interceptions, he had a career-high 68 solo tackles and 5 assisted tackles. On February 16, 1996, he re-signed with the Seahawks. During his four seasons with the Seahawks, he had a total of nine interceptions, one sack.
On March 3, 1997, Gray signed a 4-year, $9.7 million deal with the Colts as a free agent. During his one season with the Colts, he had two interceptions. On September 3, 1998, the Colts released Gray because cornerback Tyrone Poole returned from an injury. In his one season with the Giants, Gray played in 14 games and recorded 27 tackles, his second career sack, one interception. Gray signed with the Chiefs after the departures of Mark McMillian; the 1999 season, he played in all 16 games, recorded seven tackles. During a scrimmage at River Falls in 2000, the Chiefs were scrimmaging the New Orleans Saints, while a Saints player was at the bottom of the pile, Gray sucker punched him. After that, he played, appearing in only four games. On June 6, 2001, the Bengals signed Carlton Gray to a two-year contract, he never played though, because he got cut in training camp