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Year 461 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Dagalaiphus; the denomination 461 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. August 2 – Majorian is arrested near Tortona, deposed by Ricimer as puppet emperor. August 7 -- Majorian, having been tortured for five days, is beheaded near the Iria River. King Genseric continues the Vandal raids on the coast of Italy. Ricimer sends an embassy to Carthage. Olybrius becomes the second candidate for the western throne, he is the husband of Placidia, being held in Vandal captivity. November 19 – Libius Severus, Roman senator from Lucania, is declared emperor of the Western Roman Empire; the Visigoths under king Theodoric II recapture Septimania after the assassination of Majorian, invade Hispania again. Aegidius becomes ruler over the Domain of Soissons, he has friendly relations with the Romano-British.

November 10 – Pope Leo I dies at Rome, age 61, after a 21-year reign in which he has resisted Manichaeism and defended the Church against Nestorianism. He is succeeded by Hilarius as the 46th pope. Mamertus is elected bishop of Vienne. Hilderic, king of the Vandals Romulus Augustulus, emperor of the Western Roman Empire August 7 – Majorian, emperor of the Western Roman Empire November 10 – Pope Leo I Palladius, first bishop of Ireland

Lieutenant Boomer

Lieutenant Boomer known as Colonel Boomer, was a character on the 1978-1979 television series Battlestar Galactica and its spin-off series Galactica 1980. He was portrayed on both series by Herbert Jefferson Jr. Boomer was a lieutenant in the Colonial Service, an officer with a background in engineering and communications, he was an ace Colonial Viper pilot, had pulled a tour of duty in the frozen environment of Ice Station Thule. In Robert Thurston's novel version of Battlestar Galactica: The Saga Of A Star World, Thurston wrote that Boomer was a voracious reader who spent his off hours reading and called him cautious enough never to wager except on what was "surer than a sure thing". In Saga of a Star World, he was one of the three recipients of the Golden Star Cluster, the highest military honor that could be awarded to Colonial Service warriors. During the events of Galactica 1980, Boomer had reached the rank of colonel and was the executive officer of the Battlestar Galactica. Richard Hatch's re-launch novel series sees him promoted to major and still serving as a Viper pilot.

The 2004 TV series Battlestar Galactica, a re-imagining of the 1978 TV series, featured a character, based on Boomer: Lieutenant Sharon "Boomer" Valerii, played by Grace Park. This character differed from the original Boomer in several important ways: she was female. Lieutenant Boomer at the Battlestar Wiki Colonel Boomer at the Battlestar Wiki


Vijayavani is a Kannada-language newspaper distributed in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is published by VRL Group owned by logistics tycoon Dr. Vijay Sankeshwar. Having launched on 1 April 2012, Vijayavani started with three editions. Today it has editions in several places like Bengaluru, Hubballi, Belagavi, Gangavathi, Chitradurga and Kalaburgi. Vijayavani the flagship entity of the VRL Group is the largest circulated newspaper in Karnataka. Vijayavani created media frenzy by being the only Kannada newspaper to launch nine editions in just 90 days from its 1st launch. Vijayavani is an all colour paper in all Karnataka. With growth rate of 262% in 3 years, Vijayavani today has a certified circulation of 8,03,738 copies. Vijayavani has an unmatched reach which covers 28 districts out of 30 districts in entire Karnataka. Apart from the regular content, a four-page List of Kannada-language newspapers List of Kannada-language magazines List of newspapers in India Media in Karnataka Media of India ‘Vijaya’ Means Competition for Kannada Newspapers Sankeshwar to'disrupt' Kannada papers, again Sankeshwar to'disrupt' Kannada papers, again Advertising on Vijayavani

The Room's Too Cold

The Room's Too Cold is the debut studio album by the American rock band The Early November. Produced by Chris Badami, it was released on October 2003 through Drive-Thru Records, it was co-produced by the lead singer - Arthur'Ace' Enders. The album features a guest appearance from Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line, signed to Drive-Thru at the time; the album peaked at number 107 on US Billboard 200. Between late August and October 2003, the group performed on the Drive-Thru Records 2003 Invasion Tour; the Room's Too Cold was released on October 7. In March 2004, the group went on a headlining US tour with support from Limbeck and Hey Mercedes. In February 2005, the group supported Hawthorne Heights on the Take Action Tour across the US. In late 2013, the album was repressed on vinyl through Rise Records. In addition, the group performed it in its entirety in December of the same year. All lyrics are written by Arthur Enders. "Something That Produces Results" & "Baby Blue" both have an acoustic renditions on Aces band I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business acoustic album "Dust'n Off the Ol" Gee-Tar."

Jeff mentioned. Everything but the vocals were recorded. Exchanging Two-Hundred featured on the hit US TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter; the line "I don't want you to love me anymore" on the track "Baby Blue" is taken directly from a The Get Up Kids song "No Love" on their debut album Four Minute Mile

Kruni Cove

Kruni Cove is the 900 m wide cove indenting for 1.15 km the east coast of Robert Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. It is entered south of north of Galiche Rock off Somovit Point; the feature is named after the ancient Thracian town of Kruni in northeastern Bulgaria. Kruni Cove is located at 62°23′34″S 59°21′20″W. Bulgarian mapping in 2009. L. L. Ivanov. Antarctica: Livingston Island and Greenwich, Robert and Smith Islands. Scale 1:120000 topographic map. Troyan: Manfred Wörner Foundation, 2009. ISBN 978-954-92032-6-4 Antarctic Digital Database. Scale 1:250000 topographic map of Antarctica. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. Since 1993 upgraded and updated. Kruni Cove. SCAR Composite Antarctic Gazetteer. Bulgarian Antarctic Gazetteer. Antarctic Place-names Commission. Kruni Cove. Copernix satellite imageThis article includes information from the Antarctic Place-names Commission of Bulgaria, used with permission

Kairat Nurtas

Kairat Nurtas or Qairat Nurtas is a Kazakhstan singer. He has topped the rating of the most popular local Kazakh musicians, based on CD sales He made his debut on the stage when he was 10 years old in Baikonur, he came forward together with such performers, as Meirambek Bespaev, Nurlan Onerbayev and Toktar Serikov. Kairat released his first single and his debut album in 2006 but his breakthrough came when he gave his first solo concert in 2008 in Almaty. Although his level of recognition was low, after that concert, his popularity started a continuous rise, he has interpreted the songs of prominent Kazakh composers such as Shamshy Kaldayakov, Aset Beiseuov, Erzhan Serikbayev. The premiere of feature film, Ökiniş, was announced in April 2013, being a melodramatic history about his life as a singer, his mother Gulzira Aidarbekova sponsors his performances. 2006: Äñsağanım 2007: Mom 2008: Arnaw 2009: Keşeği 2010: Ökiniş 2011: Äwırmaydı jürek 2012: Şıda jürek