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Bayfield County, Wisconsin

Bayfield County is a county located in the U. S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 15,014, its county seat is Washburn. The county was created in 1845 and organized in 1850. In 1848 it was named La Pointe County, Wisconsin. After Douglas and Ashland Counties were split off from the original La Pointe County, the remainder was renamed Bayfield County on April 12, 1866. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,042 square miles, of which 1,478 square miles is land and 564 square miles is water, it second-largest by land area. Ashland County – east Sawyer County – south Washburn County – southwest Douglas County – west Lake County, Minnesota – north Cable Union Airport serves Bayfield County and the surrounding communities. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Chequamegon National Forest Whittlesey Creek National Wildlife Refuge As of the 2010 census, there were 15,014 people living in the county. 86.7% were White, 9.6% Native American, 0.3% Asian, 0.3% Black or African American, 0.2% of some other race and 2.9% of two or more races.

1.1 % were Latino. As of the census of 2000, there were 15,013 people, 6,207 households, 4,276 families living in the county; the population density was 10 people per square mile. There were 11,640 housing units at an average density of 8 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 88.46% White, 0.13% Black or African American, 9.39% Native American, 0.27% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 0.26% from other races, 1.49% from two or more races. 0.61% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. 23.3% were of German, 10.4% Norwegian, 8.4% Swedish, 6.1% Irish, 5.9% Polish, 5.7% Finnish and 5.0% English ancestry. 96.8% spoke English as their first language. There were 6,207 households out of which 28.90% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 55.90% were married couples living together, 7.80% had a female householder with no husband present, 31.10% were non-families. 26.40% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.50% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older.

The average household size was 2.40 and the average family size was 2.88. In the county, the population was spread out with 24.60% under the age of 18, 5.30% from 18 to 24, 25.20% from 25 to 44, 28.50% from 45 to 64, 16.40% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 42 years. For every 100 females there were 102.20 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 100.70 males. In 2017, there were 116 births, giving a general fertility rate of 66.6 births per 1000 women aged 15–44, the 23rd highest rate out of all 72 Wisconsin counties. Additionally, there were fewer than five reported induced abortions performed on women of Bayfield County residence in 2017. Ashland Bayfield Washburn Mason Cable Cornucopia Drummond Grand View Herbster Iron River Port Wing Bayfield County has voted for the Democratic candidate in every presidential election since 1960, except 1972. Lake Namakagon National Register of Historic Places listings in Bayfield County, Wisconsin Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa USS Bayfield Bayfield County, Wisconsin: Its Past and Future.

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Renacer (Senses Fail album)

Renacer is the fifth studio album by American post-hardcore band Senses Fail released on March 26, 2013. It is the first album without founding member and guitarist Garrett Zablocki, Matt Smith joined as his replacement. Jason Black, the band's bassist did not participate in the writing/recording of the album due to obligations with Hot Water Music, Zack Roach instead performed bass on the album, it is the last album to feature long time drummer, Dan Trapp, as he parted ways with the band in late 2014. The album is the first Senses Fail album to explore heavier sounds, such as metalcore, hardcore punk, sludge metal. In January 2011, founding guitarist Garrett Zablocki left the group and was replaced by Matt Smith of Strike Anywhere. After a UK tour in February and a US tour in March, the group hung out in the following season playing shows. During this time, they met up to figure out the new writing process between existing guitarist Zach Roach and the newly-added Smith to see how things would play out, rather than writing new material.

In February 2012, the band started writing for their next album. In April, vocalist Buddy Nielsen revealed that the group planned to record following their stint on the Warped Tour, they had been writing new material on and off for sometime, were aiming to continue writing during Warped Tour. In addition, they expected to have a new album out by February or March 2013. While on Warped Tour, the group released a best-of compilation Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail. On their tour bus, they set up a V-drum kit in the back lounge of their tour bus and would take turns jamming with drummer Dan Trapp, they shared the rough ideas of from each day with the rest of the members and rework them over a period of time. Following the tour's conclusion and Trapp spent time in a mutual friend's studio making demos for future reference. Sessions for their new album took place in California with producer Shaun Lopez; the band opted to work with Lopez, as opposed to Brian McTernan, who produced the group's preceding three studio albums, as they "needed to change everything up", according to Nielsen.

He theorised they wouldn't have written the songs they did if they knew they'd be using McTernan again. Both Nielsen and Trapp wanted to record in a different studio. Nielsen said Lopez's prior experience with Far and Deftones was "perfect for where we were trying to go." Recording started on November 13, 2012. That same day, Smith laid down scratch guitar for the songs; the group took November 19. The following day, they relocated to Lopez's The Airport Studio to track bass, done by November 23. Roach remarked they felt like "kids in a candy store" as Lopez's studio had around 30 guitars and hundreds of vintage guitar pedals they could work with, they tracked rhythm guitars and vocals into early December with guitars being done until 8pm, by which point they'd shift to vocals. With most of the guitars done, the group minus Nielsen would spend time relaxing at their apartment or looking around Los Angeles, before going back to the studio to hear Nielsen's vocals. Roach and Smith flew home, leaving Nielsen and Trapp to finish minor parts and supervise the mixing process.

According to the band's bio-page on Staple Records, the album title Renacer means "to be reborn" in Spanish. This serves as the main theme of the album as Nielsen wanted to take a heavier and more adventurous creative direction. "Mi Amor" is sung in Spanish, Nielsen stated: "We have always wanted to do a song in Spanish... I was searching for a different type of screaming pattern for the song and decided to try to write a line or two in Spanish—just to see if it would spark an idea. I went line by line translating from English to Spanish—all the while making sure the rhyme scheme worked out and it made sense, it came together so well that I just rolled with it.”. "The Path" is about approaching life with a positive attitude. Renacer features a heavier melodic hardcore and metalcore sound, in contrast to earlier albums' post-hardcore sound, they had removed all of the pop elements, replaced them with hardcore riffs and breakdowns. It has elements of sludge metal. About the sound of the new album, Nielsen stated he had always wanted to move away from the pop-orientated sound to a "heavier and more exploratory " as he wanted there to be more "space, because we wanted the record to sound heavy and open.

If you want something to sound heavy, it’s about the space, not just the chord structures or the screaming." He said the stylistic change was down to the new song writers in the group, in addition to his urge for a new sound. Nielsen had explored hardcore with Bayonet in 2009, it was a side project that served as a collaboration between Nielsen and the Banner guitarist Jeremy Comitas, who co-wrote with the group for Renacer. On January 14, 2013, Renacer was announced for release in March. "Mi Amor" was released as a single on February 4. On March 1, "The Path" was made available for streaming. A trailer for the album was released on March 15. Renacer was made available for streaming via MTV on March 20, before being released on March 26 through Vagrant Records imprint Staple Records. A music video was released for "Mi Amor" on April 10, directed by Behn Fannin; the video features a panda bear coming to life. Neilsen described the idea behind it as wishing to make something which would "spur people to watch the video more than once."

The two ways he thought would accomplish this was by having shock value or being funny, with the latter being c

Parakaryon myojinensis

Parakaryon myojinensis known as the Myojin parakaryote, is a unusual species of single-celled organism known from a single specimen, described in 2012. It has features of both prokaryotes and eukaryotes but is distinct from either group, making it unique among organisms so far discovered, it is the sole species in the genus Parakaryon. The generic name Parakaryon comes from Greek παρά and κάρυον, reflects its distinction from eukaryotes and prokaryotes; the specific name myojinensis reflects the locality. It is not clear whether P. myojinensis can be classified as a eukaryote or a prokaryote, the two categories to which all other cellular life belongs. Like eukaryotes and unlike prokaryotes, P. myojinensis endosymbionts. However, the nuclear membrane is a single layer, not a double layer as in eukaryotes, the DNA is stored in filaments rather than linear chromosomes. Furthermore, there is no endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, or nuclear pores. Ribosomes are found not only in the cytoplasm but in the nucleus.

Adding to the difficulties of classification, only one instance of this organism has been discovered to date, so scientists have not been able to study it further. Anatoma fujikurai, a species of gastropod discovered at the same location Yamaguchi M, Yamada H, Uematsu K, Horinouchi Y, Chibana H. "Electron Microscopy and Structome Analysis of Unique Amorphous Bacteria from the Deep Sea in Japan". Cytologia. 83: 336–341. Doi:10.1508/cytologia.83.337. CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list

Geisel valley

The Geisel valley is a valley in Saxony-Anhalt, situated west of Merseburg, Saalekreis district. It is named after the River Geisel which rises in Mücheln and is a tributary of the Saale, just under 25 km long, its main settlements are Braunsbedra and Mücheln, which in the future will merge into the'collective municipality' of Geiseltal. The Geisel valley was quarried for coal from 1698 until the mines were closed in 1994. Only twelve smaller pits emerged at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century, which spread to large areas. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the region was characterized by independent pits. In the course of the further processing of coal, nine briquetting plants were built; the immense coal deposits in the Geisel Valley and its favorable transport conditions led to the development of several chemical plants settled. BASF constructed construction of the ammonia plant Merseburg of BASF with its subsidiary Buna-Werke, the world's first synthetic rubber producer, as well as the mineral oil plant built by Wintershall AG from 1936, is significant in this context Lützkendorf, a plant for fuel and lubrication oil production.

After the Second World War, there was a further intensification of the dismantling. The Mächeln opencast mine, founded in 1949 by merging several existing abbeys, charred the western Geisel Valley, while the opencast mining Großkayna, founded 1949 and Kayna-Süd. Founded in 1948, in the excavation operation encountered large open-pit open-cast mining in Großkayna to a depth of 130 m in the open-cast mining area Mücheln up to 70 m. In the 1990s, the embankments of the Mücheln opencast mine were moved; the completion of these measures began on June 30, 2003 with the flooding of the remaining hole to the Geiseltalsee, which on April 26, 2011, has a water level at 98 m above sea level. As of 2015, the lake occupied an area of 18.9 km2, which makes it the twelfth largest lake in Germany. Subsequently, the open-cast mine Kayna-Süd was shut down and rehabilitated as early as 1972, resulting in the Südfeldsee with 2.6 km2 of water surface. The excavation work in Großkayna had been completed in 1965 and the remaining hole was used until 1995 as a rinsing dump for waste from the Leuna and Buna plants and flooded to a 2.1 km2 lake.

Both of today's lakes are separated from the Geiseltalsee by a tipping dam up to 140 m Open-cast mining activities ended in the late 1990s, subsequently, nature has reclaimed part of the region. Favored by the position of the host valley in the wind shadow of the Harz creates a special microclimate characterized by a mild average annual average temperature and a low annual precipitation of about 500 mm; because of its location, it belongs to the Middle-German dry area. Due to the sandy soil, special flora and fauna community has re-emerged on the northern edge of the valley. In addition, the Geiseltalsee provides prerequisites for viticulture. On the north bank is an elevation, the south slope on 25% slope was removed; the north side will be protected by a forest. The valley is notable for its fossil record, it has yielded many important specimens of the Eocene including Propalaeotherium, Lophiodon, Asiatosuchus, Geoemyda and Psiloptera. It is the site of a notable Bronze Age deposit, known as the Frankleben hoard.

Archaeologists found fossils 251–243 million years old. Researchers discovered fossil remains of Straight-tusked_elephant; the valley near Rossbach, between Reichertswerben and Braunsbedra, was the site of the 5 November 1757 Battle of Rossbach between Prussia and the Allied Armies of France and contingents of the Holy Roman Empire, fighting on behalf of Duchy of Austria during the Seven Years' War. The battle had lasted less than 90 minutes but was instrumental in knocking France out of the Silesian theater of the Seven Years' War. Less than five percent of Frederick the Great's entire force had been engaged, it decisively defeated an army of 42,000. Frederick's use of operational maneuvers and with a fraction of his entire force—3,500 horsemen, 18 artillery pieces, 3 battalions of infantry—had defeated an entire army of two of the strongest European powers. Frederick's tactics at Rossbach became a landmark in the history of military art. During this battle, Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz emerged as one of Frederick's greatest cavalry leaders.

Much of the battlefield was destroyed in the course of mining for lignite. The extensive open-cast mining operations caused fundamental changes in the landscape and the population: a total of 18 settlements and some 12,500 people were resettled over the time of the mining and manufacturing; some residents of Rossbach itself were resettled in 1963 and part of the town was destroyed by mining operations in 1963. Today, most of the battlefield is covered in some farmland, vineyards and a park created from flooding


DJ EZ is a UK garage DJ from Tottenham, North London. He was one of the earliest proponents of UK garage music, hosting the long-running Kiss 100 radio show and mixing the Pure Garage series of compilations. DJ EZ was raised in Tottenham, North London, his early discovery and love of house, hip hop and electro led to listening to pirate radio and recording early mixes in the hope to land a show on them. DJ EZ first started DJing on the pirate radio station Dance 93FM, playing house music and Techno music. At this time, he was known as Easy O; when the station was shutdown, EZ set up his own station based in North London called Dimension FM, short-lived. In 1994, EZ submitted a demo tape to leading London house and garage pirate radio station Freek FM 101.8, which led to him hosting a 4-hour Saturday and Sunday mornings. It was at this time that he changed his DJ name to EZ. EZ's first appearances on commercial radio were to cover for Steve Jackson and Bobby & Steve's shows on Kiss 100, he was asked to cover for Tuff Jam when they were unable to make their show, in November 1999, this led to Kiss offering a permanent show on Tuesday mornings 2-4am.

Shortly after, he was given a primetime show on Saturday nights 7-9pm called "Saturday Satisfaction", another show on Friday nights 10-11pm called "The Hour of Power". The Friday night show would become called "Destination Weekend" from 10pm-12am, in 2002, the Saturday show moved to 5-7pm. From March to November 2008, EZ hosted a Saturday show called "The Bassline Mix" from 10-11pm across the Kiss Network; the show featured UK bassline anthems in the mix. From March to September 2014, EZ hosted a 3-hour Thursday night show from 9pm-12am. On 4 September 2014, he announced that his Kiss radio show had come to an end after 14 years on air. DJ EZ started; as the UK garage scene broke mainstream, he has been synonymous with raves and nights such as Exposure, Twice As Nice, Garage Nation, Pure Silk, Sun City and Club Sidewinder. EZ has won many awards over the years, including'Club DJ of the Year' at the 1998 Underground Garage Awards,'Best DJ' at the 2000 and 2002 UK Garage Awards, and'Best DJ','Best Old School DJ' and'Best Radio Show' at the 2004 People's Choice Music Awards in London.

On 10 February 2016, DJ EZ announced that he would be playing a 24-hour set, with all proceeds going to Cancer Research UK. This took place on 27–28 February 2016, was live streamed on his website and Boiler Room. DJ EZ has released a number of his own productions, is known for his remix of the B-15 Project track "Feels So Good", he is well known for compiling and mixing the long-running Pure Garage mixed compilation series. 4 Track E. P; the Next Chapter EP One for All EP "Just Turn It Up"/"The Overground" B-15 Project - "Feels So Good" Pure Garage I/II/III Pure Garage IV/V Pure Garage Presents Bass Breaks & Beats Pure Garage Platinum The Very Best of... Bass Breaks & Beats 2003 Pure Garage Classics Pure Garage Presents Four to the Floor Pure Garage Presents The Main Room Sessions Pure Garage Rewind Back to the Old Skool Pure Garage Presents Pure Bassline Ministry of Sound Presents DJ EZ - Essential Garage Collection FabricLive.71 DJ EZ's official website

After the Storm (2016 film)

After the Storm is a 2016 Japanese family drama film edited and directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and was released in Japan on May 21, 2016. Dwelling on his past glory as a prize-winning author, Ryota wastes any money he makes as a private detective on gambling and can make ends meet or pay child support for his son, he makes extra money by offering his own services to the detective agency's clients. Though he is offered a contract to write for a manga series with an upcoming artist, his personal ambitions get in the way. After the death of his father, his aging mother Yoshiko seems to be moving on with her life with hobbies with the local elderly ladies. Ryota finds his sister Chinatsu is visiting their mother and suspects she is trying to sponge off her, his sister in her turn suspects. Ryota is trying to get back with his ex-wife Kyoko, who has grown tired of Ryota's excuses for his continual failure to pay child support and threatens to stop letting him spend time with their young son, Shingo.

Ryota is aware that Kyoko has a new boyfriend and fears her remarriage will end his relationship with Shingo. In a stormy summer night sheltered at his mother's home with his family, Ryota attempts to take back control of his existence and to find a lasting place in Shingo's life, his ex-wife says it is over with them and grown-ups cannot live only with love, planning is required as well and Ryota isn't cut out to be a family man. If he were, he would have done so earlier. Ryota understands and uses the storm as a chance to bond with his son by repeating a memorable experience he once had with his father sheltering in a local playground as the storm rages; the next morning, they resume their lives. Hiroshi Abe as Ryota Shinoda Yōko Maki as Kyoko Shiraishi Taiyō Yoshizawa as Shingo Shiraishi Kirin Kiki as Yoshiko Shinoda Satomi Kobayashi as Chinatsu Shinoda Sosuke Ikematsu Kazuya Takahashi Aju Makita Lily Franky Isao Hashizume Kore-eda conceived of the film in 2001 when he visited his mother, living alone in a housing complex after his father's death.

He started writing the screenplay in the summer of 2013. Filming began in May 2014 and lasted a month and a half, in between the production of Our Little Sister, shot throughout a year. On its opening weekend at the Japanese box office, After the Storm was placed fifth, with 89,510 admissions; the film has a 96% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 132 critics, with an average score of 7.98/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "After the Storm crosses cultural lines to offer timeless observations about parental responsibilities, personal bonds, the capacity for forgiveness." It holds an 84/100 on Metacritic. Calling the film "a classic Japanese family drama of gentle persuasion and staggering simplicity", "beautifully balanced between gentle comedy and the melancholy reality of how people are," Deborah Young of The Hollywood Reporter suggests the film is about how "you can’t always have the life you want, or be who you want to be". Official website Film Movement official site After the Storm on IMDb After the Storm at AllMovie After the Storm at Box Office Mojo After the Storm at Metacritic After the Storm at Rotten Tomatoes