Albertville is a commune in the Savoie department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France. The town is best known for hosting the 1992 Winter Olympics. Albertville is situated on the river Arly, close to the confluence with the Isère, its altitude is between 2,037 metres. Nearby mountains include: Belle Etoile, Dent de Cons, Négresse, Roche Pourrie, Pointe de la Grande Journée, Chaîne du Grand Arc. Nearby mountain ranges include: the Bauges. Albertville is one of two subprefectures of the Savoie department, alongside Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne; the modern city of Albertville was formed in 1836 by King Charles Albert of Sardinia, who merged the medieval town of Conflans, which has buildings dating back to the 14th century, with the town of L'Hôpital. Since Albertville has developed trade between France and Switzerland. Industries such as paper mills and hydroelectricity can be found along its river; the 1992 Winter Olympics were organised with Albertville hosting it. Some of the sports venues were adapted for other uses.
Some sports venues still remain such as the ice rink, La halle de glace Olympique, designed by the architect Jacques Kalisz. Despite this, the town remains more industrial than touristic. In 2003, the town was labelled a "Town of art and history". Gérard Mourou, Nobel Prize winner in Physics, 2018 Justine Braisaz and Olympic medalist in biathlon Jean-Luc Crétier, Olympic champion in alpine skiing Léa Lemare, ski jumper and national champion Florine De Leymarie, skier Adrien N'Goma, rugby player Jérôme Jarre, comedian on Vine La halle de glace Olympique, or the Olympic ice hall, the ice arena that hosted events during the 1992 Winter Olympics. L'anneau de vitesse, or speed oval, the athletic stadium that served as the site of the speed skating competitions of 1992 Winter Olympics. Albertville is twinned with: Aosta, Italy Winnenden Sainte-Adèle, Quebec Vancouver, British Columbia, which like Albertville, hosted a Winter Olympics, doing so in 2010. Communes of the Savoie département 1992 Winter Olympics INSEE City council website Tourism webpage about Albertville Tourism webpage about Albertville
Daivanamathil is a 2005 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Jayaraj and written and produced by Aryadan Shoukath. The film is based on the Demolition of the Babri Masjid in December 1992, which had its repercussions on Muslims in Kerala, it features Prithviraj Bhavana in the lead roles. Daivanamathil was released on 3 June 2005, the film received the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration and Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actress for Bhavana; the story is about Anwar who discontinues his education further at the Aligarh Muslim University soon after his marriage. During his stay the Babri Masjid demolition occurs and as a result he turns a fundamentalist, his wife an educated Muslim girl tries to alter and change the ideals of her Islamist fanatic husband. But to reform himself he rather chooses the way to jail and starts afresh; the thread of the story is the aftermath of the Gujarat riots. Anwar encounters a group of Karsevaks in a train, all of them headed towards the demolition of Babri Masjid.
The encounter disturbs him and he is no longer the same loving and romantic husband to his wife as well as the engrossed PG student. He writes a letter to Samira about his intentions and his decision to join Jehad to seek revenge on others. Anwar goes on to become a full-time extremist and plants a bomb in a hotel at the Ramzan time; this hurts his grandfather a lot, always against extremism. Anwar on the other hand is unstoppable and believes that the deaths of innocents are a part of the Jehad. Sahib tells his grandson to stop all his activities at once and warns him about the ugly consequences, the community has to face, because of his deeds, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Anwar lands up in jail. Samira only has one wish, her husband should come back to his normal life, he should become her old Anwar and soft person. Prithviraj as Anwar Bhavana as Sameera Zeenath Nilambur Ayisha National Film AwardsNargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National IntegrationKerala State Film AwardsKerala State Film Award for Second Best Actress - Bhavana, 2005.
Asianet Film AwardsAsianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actor - Female for Bhavana in 2005. Daivanamathil on IMDb
Cole Braden Gillespie is an American professional baseball outfielder, a free agent. He played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays. Gillespie was born in Portland and raised in West Linn, attending West Linn High School, the alma of former MLB pitcher Mitch Williams. For West Linn, Gillespie was a three-year letterman and won All-State honors as a shortstop and was a standout pitcher. Gillespie competed in football and basketball at West Linn, attended Oregon State University. After redshirting his freshman year at Oregon State, Gillespie won the Most Improved Player award his junior season and later became a captain of the team; as a senior captain, Gillespie helped lead the Beavers to the 2006 Division I National Championship over the North Carolina Tarheels and was named the Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Year. Gillespie was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the third round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft. After going pro in 2006, Gillespie played for their Rookie league Helena Brewers.
He was promoted to the Class A-Advanced Brevard County Manatees in 2007. Gillespie spent the entire 2008 season with the Double-A Huntsville Stars. In 2009, he was promoted to the Triple-A Nashville Sounds. In late July 2009, he was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks with Roque Mercedes for Felipe López and assigned to Triple-A Reno. Following the season, he was added to the 40 man roster to protect him from the Rule 5 Draft, made his major league debut in a pinch hitting opportunity on April 21, hitting a double and scoring a run. On December 21, 2012, Gillespie signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants. On July 5, 2013, the Giants purchased his contract and he joined the big league club. After going hitless in 10 plate appearances, he was designated for assignment on July 9, 2013. On July 13, 2013, the Chicago Cubs claimed Gillespie off waivers, he was activated on July 14, got a pinch hit single that night in the eighth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals, he was designated for assignment on September 4, 2013.
Gillespie signed a minor league deal with the Seattle Mariners in December 2013. He was added to the 25 man roster, starting in left field for the Mariners on April 25, 2014. Going into a June 10 game against the New York Yankees, Gillespie was batting.327 with four multi-hit games, batted in the cleanup spot for the first time in his major league career. He was designated for assignment on July 4. On July 5, 2014, Gillespie was claimed off waivers from the Seattle Mariners by the Toronto Blue Jays. Kenny Wilson was designated for assignment to make room for Gillespie, he made his debut with Toronto on July 6 against the Oakland Athletics. He was assigned outright to the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons on August 3, he elected free agency. Gillespie signed a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins on December 6, 2014, he had his contract purchased by the Miami Marlins on June 27, 2015. On February 27, 2017, Gillespie signed with the Pericos de Puebla of the Mexican Baseball League. On May 20, 2017, he was traded to the Acereros de Monclova for first baseman Nate Freiman.
He was released on June 4, 2017. On June 16, 2017, Gillespie signed with the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, he became a free agent after the 2017 season. On February 28, 2018, Gillespie signed a minor-league contract with the San Diego Padres, he was released on May 3, 2018. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference Cole Gillespie on Twitter
The Midland Continental Railroad Depot in Wimbledon, North Dakota, United States, was built in 1913 to the east of downtown, on 17th Street SE, was moved to 401 Railway Street in 1920. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003, it is a combination passenger and freight depot, designed to allow one person to operate both functions and to be built and economically. It was deemed significant as the only surviving Midland Continental Railroad balloon-frame railroad station; the depot is now the Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum, with displays about the Midland Continental Railroad and local singer Peggy Lee, whose father was the depot agent from 1934-1937. Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum - official site National Register of Historic Places, Wimbledon Depot
The Pashi or Pasi class locomotives were a group made up of five distinct classes of steam tender locomotives built for the Chosen Government Railway with 4-6-2 wheel arrangement. The "Pashi" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotives with 4-6-2 wheel arrangement were called "Pacific"; as the 1920s approached, it became clear that Sentetsu needed more powerful locomotives than its existing Amei-class and Teho-type locomotives to pull its important passenger trains. Sentetsu turned to the Baldwin Locomotive Works once again, this time ordering passenger steam locomotives of the 4-6-2 wheel arrangement. Satisfied with these, another six were imported from the United States, this time from ALCo, in 1923. In the same year, Kisha Seizō of Japan built six copies of the Baldwin design and Kawasaki built six more of a similar design. All further Pashi type locomotives were built in Korea. In total, there were 144 Pashi type locomotives of five distinct classes built for Sentetsu: Pashii Pashini Pashisa Pashishi PashikoOf these, the Pashishi class was the most numerous, the Pashiko class was the heaviest and fastest steam locomotive to be operated by a Korean railway company.
Following the end of the Pacific War and the subsequent partition of Korea in 1945, these locomotives were all divided between the Korean National Railroad in the South and the Korean State Railway in the North. In the South, the KNR used them on passenger trains into the late 1960s. Little of their service lives in the North is known; the Pashishi class was built for the Central China Railway in Japanese-occupied China, by the China Railway after the Liberation of China
WBHB-FM is an active rock music formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Waynesboro, serving "Four-State" area. WBHB-FM is operated by M. Belmont Verstandig, Inc.. Beginning in the late 1970s WAYZ 101.5 FM was a country-formatted station. In its early days, WAYZ was always the second country station in the Hagerstown market dominated by Y96 WYII. Over a period of years it became the top-rated station in the market. VerStandig bought powerhouse FM 104.7 from John Staub and moved the WAYZ country format there in 2000. They were left with FM 101.5 and for 3 weeks it broadcast an audio CNN headline news format. Top 40 "Magic 101.5" debuted on August 28, 2000 and stuck around until March 2005, during which 101.5 became a top-rated station in the Hagerstown market. On March 1, 2005, 101.5 was renamed to "Eagle 101.5" with a classic rock format. Nassau Broadcasting-owned WARX changed to a classic hits format as WWEG "106.9 The Eagle" the same week. Nassau sued Verstandig for the use of the "Eagle" moniker though Verstandig used it first, 101.5 was renamed to just "Classic Rock 101.5" and their calls to WFYN.
WFYN has been in the top 3 in most ratings, while WAYZ 104.7 remains the dominant market leader with its country format. On September 17, 2007, WFYN segued from Classic Rock to Active Rock as "Rock 101.5". On March 16, 2009, WFYN became WBHB-FM and changed its "Rock 101.5" branding to "101-5 Bob Rocks", it continues to carry an active rock format. The station dropped Nights with Alice Cooper and picked up HardDriveXL with Lou Brutus". WBHB-FM continues to lead WWEG in the ratings. 101.5 Bob Rocks Online Query the FCC's FM station database for WBHB Radio-Locator information on WBHB Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WBHB