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Blayne Weaver

Blayne Nutron Weaver is an American actor, voice actor, writer director and producer. Weaver was born in Bossier City, Louisiana on April 9, 1976. Weaver began to perform in the children's theater group The Peter Pan Players in Shreveport, Louisiana, his first major film performance was in the independent film. In the late 1990s, he appeared in several TV movies and was a guest star on several shows including ER, JAG, Chicago Hope. In 2001, he became the new voice of Disney's Peter Pan, has performed that voice in various children's films as well as in recordings for the Disney theme parks. In 2001, Weaver co-wrote the film Manic, he continues to pursue acting in Los Angeles. In late 2004, he directed and starred in the short film Losing Lois Lane, which made a big impact online, he wrote and starred in Secret Identity Productions' first feature film Outside Sales, which won awards on the film festival circuit and was released nationwide through Echo Bridge Entertainment. Weaver wrote and played a small role in SIP's next feature, Weather Girl, with an ensemble cast that boasted Tricia O'Kelley, Mark Harmon, Jon Cryer and Jane Lynch.

Weather Girl enjoyed an extensive festival run followed by a ten-city theatrical and a worldwide television and DVD release. Weaver wrote and stars in his next feature film 6 Month Rule with a cast featuring Martin Starr, Jaime Pressly, John Michael Higgins and Dave Foley. In 2016, Weaver wrote and directed Cut to the Chase, a feature film he starred in about an ex-con that sets out in search of his kidnapped sister through the criminal underbelly of Shreveport, Louisiana, he starred in the feature film Where We're Meant to Be by Michael Howard that deals with the interconnected stories of various characters during the pivotal changes and moments in their lives. His performance earned him a Best Actor nomination at the Eastern NC Film Festival; the Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? - Jeff Bowman The Good Old Days - Tommy Calloway JAG - Private First Class Douglas ER - Jeffrey Chicago Hope - Luke Serone Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Winchell - Country Club Worker Manic - Charlie Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse - Peter Pan Return to Neverland - Peter Pan Disney's House of Mouse - Peter Pan The Lion King 1½ - Peter Pan The King of Queens - D.

J. Losing Lois Lane - Clark Kent/Superman NCIS - P. O. Darrell Baum Outside Sales - Kirk Hastings Uncross the Stars - George The Middleman - Dean Schon Damn You Stephen Hawking - Stephen Hawking Weather Girl - William Mr. Autry's Bonus - Mike Fern The FP - Gas Station Attendant 6 Month Rule - Tyler Love, Gloria - George Junk - Eugene Favor - Kip Deep Dark Canyon - Tom Cavanaugh Rag Doll - Man Disney Infinity 3.0 - Peter Pan In Progress - Jonas Where We're Meant to Be - Charlie McIntire Cut to the Chase - Max Chase Hard Sell - Tim Gone - Father Beiler Peter Pan - Peter Pan Kinect Disneyland Adventures - Peter Pan Mickey's PhilharMagic - Peter Pan Manic Losing Lois Lane Outside Sales The Prince & Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon Weather Girl The Prince & Me: The Elephant Adventure Honey 2 6 Month Rule Broken Cut to the Chase Akuma Losing Lois Lane Outside Sales Weather Girl 6 Month Rule Cut to the Chase Santa Girl Losing Lois Lane Outside Sales Santa Girl The In-Between GetAWAY Secret Identity Productions Official Website Blayne Weaver on IMDb

Super Bowl LIV halftime show

The Super Bowl LIV halftime show, known as the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show, took place on February 2, 2020, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, as part of Super Bowl LIV. It was televised in the U. S. by Fox. It was co-headlined by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, included guest appearances by J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Lopez's daughter Emme Muñiz. In August 2019, it was announced Jay-Z's company Roc Nation had entered a deal with the NFL for Jay-Z and his company to produce the halftime show. On September 26, 2019, the selection of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira to headline the show was announced; this was the third time. For months, rumors Lopez might be chosen. Ricky Kirshner served as the show's executive producer. Roc Nation served as creative directors of the show. Roc Nation's producers included Dan Parise, Hamish Hamilton served as director. Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo served as the creative directors and choreographers for Lopez's section of the show, which included 130 dancers. Which was choreographed by Parris Goebel.

Jaquel Knight, Nadine Eliya, Maite Marcos were the creative directors and choreographers of Shakira's section of the show. In mid-January, the producers announced they would recruit 600 field team members to assist with the performance. 670 team field members were enlisted. Among the equipment used for the show were 565 ROE CB5 tiles, 8 Brompton SX40 4K LED processors, 22 Brompton Tessera XD data distro boxes using 8x optical fiber runs, 4 4K video feeds—two main and two for backup—and 8 LED techs; the pyrotechnics for the show used 5,350 pieces of product, which were launched from 32 roof locations and 16 special locations, using 80 firing modules. A FireOne control system was used. Twenty-four 30W Arctos Systems lasers were used in the show. Shakira's set had three costume changes, her first costume was a red, cropped bustier with a cross-straps top, paired with a removable corset and fringed skirt, each of which were covered with 123,000 Swarovski crystals in three shades of red. This was paired with crystal-accented leather cuffs and knee-high boots that were made by the designer Daniel Jacob.

The boots took ten days to create. Shakira made a mid-performance costume change to reveal a fringed, feathered skirt, hidden under a sarong, her final costume was an new ensemble consisting of a bomber jacket covered in gold sequin embroidery and gold-and-white Swarovski crystals on a matching gold sequin crop top, which she wore with matching high-waisted hot pants and Dundas-customized Adidas Superstar sneakers. Lopez's stylists were Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, her makeup artist was Scott Barnes, her hairstylist was Chris Appleton, her set involved five costume changes. Lopez was the face of Versace's Spring 2020 campaign. Haenn noted. Lopez's first outfit was a Swarovski crystal-and-gold-studded, biker-inspired black leather Medusa bodysuit paired with a pink satin ballgown skirt, her backup dancers wore black leather biker jackets paired with pleated miniskirts that were trimmed with black lace. Lopez's skirt was torn off to reveal black leather chaps. Lopez took off this outfit to reveal a custom-made body-hugging silver catsuit, coated in crystals and tiny mirrored panels.

She next changed into a metal-mesh-and-crystal-fringed bustier with bondage-harness details, topped by a feather cape around her shoulders that depicted the U. S. flag on the outside and the Puerto Rican flag on the inside. Shakira opened the show atop at a platform on the stage, clothed in a "tiny red sequin dress", she started her set with a performance of "She Wolf", surrounded by a group of dancers, before transitioning into a performance of "Empire", during which she played the electric guitar. The song featured elements of “Inevitable” & Led Zeppelin's “Kashmir”, she performed a routine in which she wrapped a rope around her wrists while belly dancing to an instrumental of "Ojos Así". This was followed by a performance of "Whenever, Wherever", after which she was joined on stage by guest Bad Bunny. Shakira performed a cover of Bad Bunny's song "I Like It" with the rapper, before they sang Shakira's "Chantaje" together; the final section of Shakira's set saw her perform "Hips Don't Lie", during which she crowd surfed, danced mapalé, wagged her tongue in an Arabic tradition known as zaghrouta.

Jennifer Lopez appeared for the beginning of her set, clothed in a black leather bodysuit. After rising from "skyscraper-turned-stripper pole", she performed "Jenny from the Block", followed by "Ain't It Funny", while backed by dancers. Following a performance of "Get Right", Lopez underwent a costume change into a "sparkling" catsuit and sang "Waiting for Tonight" while pole dancing, her pole dance routine included a "tabletop move with the dancers writhing underneath." She was joined on stage by J Balvin, who performed "Que Calor" and "Mi Gente", which were mashed up with Lopez's songs "Booty", "El Anillo" and "Love Don't Cost a Thing" as she danced above. Lopez pe

Ganis Chasma

Ganis Chasma is a group of rift zones on the surface of the planet Venus. Bright spots detected by the Venus Monitoring Camera on the European Space Agency's Venus Express in the area suggest that there may be active volcanism on Venus. Ganis Chasma consists of a group of rift zones located in the Ganiniki Planitia Quadrangle on Venus. A chasma is defined as a long, steep sided depression on a planet; these depressions, or canyons, formed. Ganis Chasma is associated with volcanism of Sapas Mons, a coronae feature located in the Alta Regio region of Venus; the rifts that make up Ganis Chasma formed in the shape of an arc along the edge of Sapas Mons, orientated in a North-South direction. Little is known about ongoing volcanic activity on Venus. So far, no volcanic activity has been determined to have occurred in the last two million years. In 2008 and 2009 images taken by the Venus Monitoring Camera on the European Space Agency's Venus Express in eight observational sessions detected four bright transient spots along the edges of Ganis Chasma.

In 2014, this was interpreted by his colleagues as active hotspot volcanism. The team suggests that transient bright spots observed in several consequent images of Ganis Chasma is the first direct evidence of current volcanic activity on Venus. Ganis Chasma is located in the Ganiki Planitia Quadrangle; this quadrangle is positioned between two volcanic regions on Venus. To the north lies the Atlanta Planitia lowland, formed as the result of mantle upwelling and downwelling. To the south lies Alta Regio; this region was formed as the result of mantle upwelling. The Ganiki Planitia Quadrangle was influenced by mantle flow tectonics derived from these two regions; the area contains many volcanic and impact features. Ganis Chasma is one of the extensional features located in the region. Other features include grabens and lineaments. Chains of pit craters located throughout the Ganiki Planitia Quadrangle have been found to influence the formation and deformation of these extensional features. Ganis Chasma was formed due to extension associated with volcanism in Alta Regio.

It formed in the shape of an arc around a corona feature associated with Alta Regio. There are two types of rift structures on Venus and fracture belts. Ganis Chasma is younger than other chasmata on Venus, as evidenced by the lack of associated wrinkle ridges. Ganis Chasma has undergone additional deformation due to pit crater chains that induced fracturing along the rift zone. Previous studies have been conducted in search of current volcanic activity on Venus; these include observing increases in the amount of sulfur dioxide, a gas emitted by volcanoes, in Venus's upper atmosphere as well as observing possible lava flows emitting heat on Venus's surface. While these studies indicate presence of past volcanic activity, none could prove any volcanism occurring in the past 2 million years. In 2008 and 2009 images retrieved by the VEx Venus Monitoring Camera using a near infrared one micron filter indicated several transient bright spots located in Ganis Chasma along the edges of the rift zone.

In 2014, these transient bright spots were interpreted by Eugene Shalyin and his colleagues as possible active hotspot volcanism. Shalygin and his team created mosaics of the images of the study area and created maps of relative surface brightness, they interpreted these bright spots as hot matter at or just above the surface due the result of a process that releases hot matter such as lava or gas. If this claim can be substantiated, it would be the first direct evidence of current volcanic activity on Venus

Crisis (Ornette Coleman album)

Crisis is a live album by the American jazz saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman recorded at New York University in 1969 and released on the Impulse! label. Brian Olewnick's Allmusic review awarded the album 4½ stars and stated: "Crisis somehow lacks the reputation of the revolutionary Coleman albums from early in his career, but on purely musical grounds it ranks among his most satisfying works". All compositions by Ornette Coleman except as indicated"Broken Shadows" - 5:59 "Comme Il Faut" - 14:26 "Song for Ché" - 11:32 "Space Jungle" - 5:20 "Trouble in the East" - 6:39Recorded at New York University in New York City on March 22, 1969. Ornette Coleman - alto saxophone, violin Don Cherry - cornet, Indian flute Dewey Redman - tenor saxophone, clarinet Charlie Haden - bass Denardo Coleman - drums

White Wizzard

White Wizzard is an American heavy metal band from Los Angeles, formed in 2007. The band has released one demo, one EP and four albums, Over the Top released in 2010, Flying Tigers released in 2011, The Devil's Cut released in 2013 and Infernal Overdrive released 2018; the end of the band was announced on Facebook by Jon Leon on April 24, 2018. Jon Leon announced he was reassembling the band on Facebook on March 26, 2019. White Wizzard was formed in Los Angeles in the summer of 2007, as Jon Leon's response to the "angsty" and "screamo" music that dominated the heavy metal scene at the time: I saw so many old school metalheads at these summer festivals, but what else is out there? Who else can they look forward to seeing after they leave the show that can give them the same thrill? They're all still here, but there's nothing in today's scene that moves them any more - nothing that inspires them. I think. In late 2007, White Wizzard recorded its self-titled demo, White Wizzard, which would be released in mid-2008.

The band filmed a music video for the demo's opening track "High Speed GTO", which won the award for Best Music Video in the 2008 Action On Film Festival. Although the band was doing well, artistic tensions within the group led to the 3 other members quitting, who went on to form a styled band, Holy Grail. During mid-2008, Leon was contacted by Earache Records and asked to put the song "High Speed GTO" on Earache's compilation album Heavy Metal Killers. Motivated by this opportunity, Leon doubled his search efforts and formed the second line-up of White Wizzard, they released their EP at this time. White Wizzard has worked with Producer/Engineer Ralph Patlan since 2008. On March 9, 2010, the band released its first full-length album, Over the Top; the band toured North America with Korpiklaani, Týr, Swashbuckle in January 2010. The North American tour was followed by a short UK tour with Edguy in March 2010, which began at Hammerfest II. White Wizzard had its live debut with its third line-up - featuring Michael Gremio and Lewis Stephens - at the famous Download Festival in June of that same year, opening the Ronnie James Dio stage on Sunday.

In March 2010, White Wizzard was nominated for Best New Artist in the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards 2010. On October 5, 2010, Earache Records presented Shooting Star, on YouTube, it was released as a 7" Vinyl Single. This is the only White Wizzard release with vocalist Peter Ellis. On September 19, 2011, the band released Flying Tigers; this album was with vocalist Wyatt Anderson. In April 2013 Earache Records announced White Wizzard would release a third album titled "The Devil's Cut"; the album featured the stable line-up of Jon Leon, Giovanni Durst, Will Wallner, Jake Dreyer and Joseph Michael. On the 18th of March 2014 the band released the single "Marathon Of Dreams" via their new label White Wizzard Records. On April 1, 2016 White Wizzard released its new single "Break Out". On April 24, 2018 Jon Leon announced the immediate end of the band on Facebook. There will be no more albums or live shows."On March 26, 2019 Jon Leon announced on the White Wizard Facebook page that he was reassembling the band with past member with plans to do a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new album.

The first incarnation of White Wizzard was hastily assembled and featured bassist Jon Leon, vocalist James-Paul Luna, guitarist James J LaRue and drummer Tyler Meahl. After releasing the EP, Leon and the rest of the band disagreed on what musical direction to take and split apart. Jon reformed the band with a second incarnation featuring vocalist Wyatt Anderson, guitarist Erik Kluiber, guitarist Chad Bryan and drummer Jesse Applehans, though he was succeeded by Giovanni Durst after a short while. James-Paul Luna, James J LaRue and Tyler Meahl formed Holy Grail in 2008. In April 2010, it was announced. At the same time vocalist Wyatt Anderson left the band; the new line-up was revealed on June 8, 2010, with Michael Gremio of Nebraskan power metal band Cellador on vocals and Welsh guitarist Lewis Stephens replacing Kluiber. Michael Gremio is the only White Wizzard vocalist not featured on any of their releases. By September 2010 the lead vocals had been taken over by Peter Ellis. On February 2, 2011, second vocalist Wyatt Anderson returned to the band, replacing a departing Peter Ellis.

On June 27, 2011, the band announced. On September 8, 2011, Jake Dreyer was selected to become the band's new guitarist. On May 1, 2012 British guitarist Will Wallner joined the band just days before a show in Tokyo, Japan. On August 1, 2012, the band released the song "Torpedo of Truth" with a new vocalist Joseph Michael, cousin of the late Ronnie James Dio. In October 2013 while on tour in the UK Jon Leon fired Joseph Michael after he and the other bandmates called him out on theft of band funds. On October 9, 2013, White Wizzard was dropped by Earache Records and the next day, Giovanni Durst, Will Wallner and Jake Dreyer made statements announcing their departure from White Wizzard. On March 18, 2014 the band released the song "Marathon of Dreams" with Jon Leon as new lead vocalist and Devin Lebsack on drums. On December 1, 2015 White Wizzard announced the return of High Speed GTO guitarist James J LaRue. On or around July 25, 2016 the band welcomed back singer Wyatt "Screamin' Demon" Anderson and announced a new album to be released in 2017 called Infernal Overdrive.

The album was released on January 12, 2018. On April 23, 2019 Jon Leon released an official pres

WTMN

WTMN is a commercial AM radio station in Gainesville, Florida. It is owned by MARC Radio Gainesville, LLC, broadcasts to the Gainesville-Ocala radio market. Programming is simulcast on co-owned AM 720 WRZN in Hernando and on translator station W242CS on 96.3 MHz in Gainesville. WTMN's format is Christian radio instructional and preaching programs; some national religious shows heard on WTMN include Dr. Charles Stanley, Dr. James Dobson, Jay Sekulow and Rick Warren; the station calls itself "The Shepherd Radio." WTMN signed on the air in January 1990 as WWLO. It was a daytimer with 2,500 watts power, required to be off the air at night to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 1430.. It was diplexed on the WLUS tower on SE 27th street in Gainesville; the station broadcast an urban contemporary format. That format was moved to sister station 101.3 WTMG in 1993. After that, several attempts were made to launch a sports radio format, but they were not successful because the dominant Gainesville team, the University of Florida Gators, are heard on AM 850 WRUF, the University's commercial radio station.

The station switched to Gospel radio in 2001, switched to a Christian radio format. In 2003 the station upgraded its daytime power to 10,000 watts and in 2004 the station added 45 watts of night time power. Query the FCC's AM station database for WTMN Radio-Locator Information on WTMN Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WTMNQuery the FCC's FM station database for W242CS Radio-Locator information on W242CS www.sgnthelight.com/