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1st Annual Grammy Awards

The 1st Annual Grammy Awards were held on May 4, 1959. They recognized musical accomplishments by performers for the year 1958. Two separate ceremonies were held on the same day. Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Domenico Modugno, Ross Bagdasarian, Henry Mancini, each won 2 awards; the following awards were given in the first award ceremony: Record of the Year"Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu" – Domenico Modugno "Catch A Falling Star" – Perry Como "Fever" – Peggy Lee "The Chipmunk Song" – David Seville And The Chipmunks "Witchcraft" – Frank SinatraAlbum of the YearThe Music from Peter Gunn – Henry Mancini Tchaikovsky: Concerto No. 1 In B-Flat Minor, Op. 23 – Van Cliburn Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Irving Berlin Song Book – Ella Fitzgerald Come Fly with MeFrank Sinatra Only The Lonely – Frank SinatraSong of the Year"Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu" – Franco Migliacci and Domenico Modugno, songwriters "Catch A Falling Star" – Lee Pockriss and Paul Vance, songwriters "Gigi" – Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, songwriters "Fever" – Eddie Cooley and Johnny Davenport, songwriters "Witchcraft" – Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, songwriters Best Recording for Children Ross Bagdasarian Sr. for "The Chipmunk Song" performed by Ross Bagdasarian Sr. as "David Seville and the Chipmunks" Best Comedy Performance Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. for "The Chipmunk Song", performed by Ross Bagdasarian Sr. as "David Seville and the Chipmunks" Best Musical Composition First Recorded and Released in 1958 Nelson Riddle for "Cross Country Suite" Best Arrangement Henry Mancini for The Music from Peter Gunn Best Country & Western Performance The Kingston Trio for "Tom Dooley" Best Jazz Performance, Individual Ella Fitzgerald for Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook Best Jazz Performance, Group Count Basie for Basie Best Original Cast Album Meredith Willson & the original cast with Robert Preston, Barbara Cook, David Burns, Eddie Hodges, Pert Kelton & Helen Raymond for The Music Man Best Sound Track Album, Dramatic Picture Score or Original Cast André Previn & the original cast for Gigi Best Album Cover Photography Frank Sinatra for Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely Best Vocal Performance, Female Ella Fitzgerald for Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Irving Berlin Songbook Best Vocal Performance, Male Perry Como for "Catch a Falling Star" Best Performance by a Vocal Group or Chorus Keely Smith & Louis Prima for "That Old Black Magic" Best Performance by a Dance Band Count Basie for Basie Best Performance by an Orchestra Billy May for Billy May's Big Fat Brass Best Engineered Record - Non-Classical Ted Keep for "The Chipmunk Song" performed by David Seville Best Engineered Record Sherwood Hall III, Laurindo Almeida & Salli Terri for Duets with Spanish Guitar Best Rhythm & Blues Performance "Tequila"-The Champs Best Performance, Documentary or Spoken Word Stan Freberg for The Best of the Stan Freberg Shows

John Mills Pearson

John Mills Pearson was an American politician and Mason from Massachusetts. Although intending to study at Harvard University, Pearson instead moved to Illinois and became a merchant, he was named a trustee of the University of Illinois in 1870 served on the Illinois Board of Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners from 1873 to 1877. Pearson was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives in 1878. Pearson was a leader in the Illinois Grand Lodge, rising to become its Grand Master. John Mills Pearson was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, on October 7, 1832, he attended preparatory school at the Putnam Free School. Pearson intended to study civil engineering at Harvard University, but instead moved in 1847 to Alton, Illinois. There, he was hired as an engineer on the Sangamon Railroad. However, he disliked the position and instead took a position as a clerk with the Handon Agricultural Works. Pearson worked his way up to a partnership with the firm, he retired in 1865 shortly after the death of another partner.

In 1886, Pearson purchased a farm in Godfrey, where he would live for the rest of his life. Pearson became a local leader in the Republican Party upon its founding in the 1850s. In 1873, he was appointed to the state Board of Warehouse Commissioners, he served two two-year terms. In 1878, Pearson was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives and would serve three consecutive three-year terms. Godfrey first joined a Masonic order in 1853, he rose to become Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Illinois. At other times, he served as the Grand High Priest, Grand Thrice Illustrious, Grand Commander of the Knights Templar, he served on the committee of jurisprudence on the national Grand Lodge. Pearson married Catherine Godfrey, the daughter of Benjamin Godfrey, in 1855, they had three surviving children: Arthur Godfrey, John Longfellow, Eleanor. Pearson was a Presbyterian, but identified with the Congregational church, he was active in its Sunday School and preached when the regular pastor could not.

Pearson served as a trustee of the University of Illinois in 1870, serving until 1873. He died at his home in Godfrey on June 4, 1910, he had been ill for two years

Mark Silcox

Mark Silcox is a comedian and actor, performing since 2008. He is most known for being a stand-up, making it to the finals of the BBC New Comedy Award in 2013 and being one of several Asian comedians to be featured on BBC's The Big Asian Stand-Up, as well as for his starring role as Hugo Boss's assistant on the Channel 4 consumer rights comedy show Joe Lycett's Got Your Back. Silcox grew up in India, where he worked as a lecturer, he moved to Great Britain in 1990, completed a PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Imperial College London. A part-time teacher, Silcox is known for his deadpan style. Silcox began performing in 2008 after attending a stand-up comedy course from City Lit. After 50 gigs, he moved to Germany to focus on a career in science, returning to the UK to start gigging again in 2012. Since 2012, he has appeared on Channel 4's An Immigrant's Guide to Britain, The Big Asian Stand-Up on BBC, Romesh Ranganathan's Comedians in Pubs Talking Comedy on BBC Three. In 2019, Silcox began appearing as Joe Lycett's sidekick on Channel 4's Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, with a clip of him challenging Burger King on their motto "Have it your way" going viral and prompting a response from Burger King themselves.

As an actor, Silcox has appeared on Man Like Sick of It and The Luke McQueen Pilots. He has performed a show at the Edinburgh Fringe every year since 2014. Silcox was a BBC New Comedy Award finalist in 2013. An Immigrant's Guide to Britain, Channel 4, 2015. Rovers, Sky 1, 2016. Paul G Raymond's Valentine: Maathraboodham & Son, Sky Arts, 2017. Romesh: Comedians in Pubs Talking Comedy, BBC Three, 2017; the Luke McQueen Pilots, BBC Three, 2018. Sick of It, Sky 1, 2018; the Big Asian Stand-Up, BBC, 2018 Man Like Mobeen, BBC Three, 2017-20. Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, Channel 4, 2019

Kermia foraminata

Kermia foraminata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae. This is a nomen dubium; the length of the shell attains its diameter 2.75 mm. The three specimens before the author are alike in shape, two are dark-brown in colour, the third a paler ochre yellow; the clathrations are beautifully regular, in a young specimen the point of junction between the longitudinal and spiral lirae is gemmuled with shining small papillae. The shell contains eight whorls; the aperture is acute. The outer lip is thickened; the crenulated sinus is wide, but not cut deeply. The columella is nearly straight; this marine species occurs off Pakistan. Reeve, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1845, p. 118 Tucker, J. K.. "Catalog of recent and fossil turrids". Zootaxa. 682: 1–1295. Melvill J. C.. Further investigations into the molluscan fauna of the Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, with the descriptions of forty species. Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society. 42: 1-40, pls 1-2 Kilburn, R. N..

Genus Kermia in South African Waters, with Observations on the Identities of Related Extralimital Species. African Invertebrates. 50: 217-236


Annelöv is a locality situated in Landskrona Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden. Annelöv was founded during the Middle Ages as a linear village; the church is from the 1100 century. The village was established along thoroughfare street and this is still preserved. Annelöv was once a major center for part of the neighboring counties. Here there have been a number of shops and artisans, school and prison, marketplace and which housed the sessions-hall and ride station. Enskiftet was conducted in 1806, nine "homestead" or farms were sealed in the village while all other farms were moved out. Of the economic map available from 1917 you can see that out of seven large farms in the village were only Ryttargården and Hästängen left. Hästängen is located just north of the Ryttargården. Annelöv had several common grounds. On these lands were, for gravel - and clay quarry, marketplace, and there are some commons as the village community to look, but is available to everyone in the village. The most common name is the place.

Gallows has a renowned history. Because Onsjö County District Courts Center was in Annelöv was a place of execution - the gallows. Here, many have seen the end of their lives; the closeness to nature and animals is a hallmark of its surroundings. There are several nice walks around and within Annelövs village that can be used for recreation and exercise. 10 minutes away is Barsebäcks resort with golf course and country walks. Annelövs village has a population of about 850 inhabitants; the village school collaboration - Annebro, an amalgamation of the school grounds and Annelöv Dösjebro. Kavlinge stands as the principal of the school but Annelöv included in Landskrona city; the environment in and around schools is utilized in the teaching which creates quality. The train station is only 2 km from the village center Annelöv, departures are frequent with 1-2 times per hour in both directions towards the Lund / Malmö and Landskrona / Helsingborg. Commuting time to Lund is Malmö 25 minutes. Bicycle and pedestrian paths to the station and between the villages located far from traffic, which creates a good and safe road.

In Annelöv is a pizzeria that offers some groceries. The villages have some leisure activities to offer including two active compounds Equestrian Association in Annelöv with its own riding stables / paddock, arrangement of a number of major competitions and in Dösjebro Football Association who have a strong commitment. In Annelöv is an active bowls club and a Tennis Club. In nearby villages Kävlinge / Hofterup / Löddekopinge all only 10 minutes away offers a wide range of leisure activities. Center Syd shopping center with its large marketplace is only 7 minutes away; the distance to Landskrona is less than 20 km and to Lund just over 20 km


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