Castellón de la Plana

Castellón de la Plana, Castelló de la Plana, or Castellón, is the capital city of the province of Castellón, in the Valencian Community, Spain, in the east of the Iberian Peninsula, on the Costa del Azahar by the Mediterranean Sea. The mountain range known as Desert de les Palmes rises inland north of the town; the Prime Meridian or Greenwich Meridian,crosses Castelló de la Plana, intersects with the 40th Parallel, commemorates it with the Meridian Park,and the exact point where this occurs can be visited. The first known building in the area was the Moorish castle of Fadrell, near the Alqueries de La Plana; the town proper was founded in 1251, after the conquest of the Moorish Kingdom of Valencia by King James I of Aragon in 1233. James granted royal permission to move the town from the mountain to the plain on September 8, 1251, tradition claims that the move was completed by the third Sunday of Lent, 1252. During the Middle Ages, the city was protected by moats and towers, a church was built becoming a cathedral.

In the 16th century the town was one of the last strongholds in the Revolta de les Germanies. It supported Archduke Charles of Austria in the War of the Spanish Succession, but was taken by the troops of Philip d'Anjou. In the 19th century, the city walls were torn down and it began to expand, a process interrupted by the War of Independence against Napoleon and the Carlist Wars. In 1833 Castelló became the capital of the newly constituted province. In the second half of the 19th century, the city again began to expand, marked by the arrival of the railway, the enlargement of the port and the construction of representative buildings and parks. In 1991 a university was established, set upon a modern campus; the local economy is based on industry and craft-work. Most of the historical buildings are located around the Plaça Major; these include: The Concatedral de Santa Maria, built in a Gothic-style in the 13th century and reconstructed one century after destruction by fire. The present building is another reconstruction after the demolition ordered by the council during the Spanish civil war.

The Ajuntament, erected at the beginning of the 18th century. It features a Tuscan-style façade rising up over a colonnade; the free-standing bell-tower of the procathedral, known as El Fadrí, built in the 15th century. The Llotja del Cànem, built during the first half of the 17th century to be used by traders in hempen cloth and ropes, a important activity in the area at the time. Today the building is used by the University for temporary exhibitions. On the northeast edge of the town, at the end of a broad avenue decorated with orange trees, stands the Basílica of Santa Maria del Lledó, a basilica devoted to an image of the Virgin Mary found in 1366 by a farmer when he was ploughing his lands; the original 14th-century chapel was extended to its present Baroque form during the 16th century. Espai d'Art Contemporani de Castelló, Museum for Modern Art Teatre Principal The annual festivities in Castellón are a week of celebrations three weeks before Easter every year called La Magdalena. People come from all over the province and many international bands and groups participate.

The city is notorious for its music festivals, among which we find: early in February the Tanned Tin music festival for alternative music and experimental music, in July the Festival Internacional de Benicàssim, at the beginning of August there is the Arenal Sound and during the middle of that same month, we can find the Rototom Sunsplash Festival, known for its reggae music. The city has the professional basketball team AB Castelló, which plays in LEB Oro, Spanish second basketball division; the local professional football club is CD Castellón. However, despite having a 15,000 seater stadium, the club financial problems and unstable history make it play in semi-pro and amateur regional divisions, not playing in La Liga since the 1990–91 season. On 21 March 2018, Castellón beat the record of seasonal tickets in the fourth-tier division with 12,701, is considered a giant amongst minnows; the presence of Villarreal CF in the adjacent town has created a fierce rivalry for geographical reasons.

The success of Villarreal in the last decades, with a stable presence in La Liga since 2000 and including several European qualifications, is turning more and more supporters to its side. The city is host to futsal club CFS Bisontes Castellón, which under the name Playas de Castellón was one of the best Spanish and European futsal clubs in the late 90s and early 2000s, having won the premier professional futsal league in Spain twice in 2000 and 2001, the UEFA Futsal Cup three consecutive times in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Jaume I University was founded in 1991, in 2014 there were 15,000 students enrolled who share a single campus. Châtellerault, France Târgoviște, Romania Ube, Japan Lleida, Spain Sergio Aragonés, comics cartoonist. Joan Barreda Bort, Rally raid motorcyclist. Roberto Bautista-Agut, professional tennis player. José Luis Ballester, Olympic butterfly swimmer. María Egual and dramatist. Sergio García, professional golfer. Pablo Hernandez Dominguez, footballer with Valencia

Ronald Guzmán

Ronald Enmanuel Guzmán Rodríguez is a Dominican professional baseball first baseman for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball. Guzmán signed with the Texas Rangers as an international free agent in 2011, along with Nomar Mazara, he made his professional debut in 2012 with the Arizona League Rangers of the Rookie-level Arizona League. He played for the Hickory Crawdads of the Class A South Atlantic League in 2013, 2014 and at the start of 2015, he finished 2015 with the High Desert Mavericks of the Class A-Advanced California League and played in the Arizona Fall League after the season. In 2016, Guzmán played for the Frisco RoughRiders of the Class AA Texas League and for the Round Rock Express of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League, he posted a combined stat line of.274/.333/.449/.782 with 16 home runs and 67 RBI. In 2016 he was appeared in the All-Star Futures Game; the Rangers added him to their 40-man roster after the 2016 season. Guzman spent the 2017 season with the Round Rock Express, posting a stat line of.298/.372/.434/.806 with 12 home runs and 62 RBI.

After the 2017 season, the Rangers organization named him their 2017 Tom Grieve Player of the Year. Guzman returned to the Round Rock Express to start the 2018 season, playing in 5 games with them before being recalled to the major leagues for the first time; the Rangers promoted Guzmán to the major leagues on April 13, 2018. He hit his first major league home run on April 14, 2018 to tie a game against the Houston Astros in the top of the 8th inning. On August 10, 2018, he became the first rookie to hit 3 home runs against the New York Yankees in the Bronx, it was his father's first time seeing his son play in a professional game. Guzman finished his rookie season with a.235/.306/.416/.722 batting line with 16 home runs and 58 RBI in 123 games. Coming out of the 2019 Spring Training, Guzmán was named the Rangers' starting first baseman. However, he was placed on the 10-day injured list on April 2019, with a right hamstring strain, he was reactivated off the IL on May 9. However, after posting a.193/.282/.396/.678 battling line during the first four months of the season, he was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on July 23.

After slashing an impressive.316/.409/.518/.927 batting line at Nashville, he was called up on September 1 to become the Rangers' everyday first baseman. Guzmán would finish the 2019 season batting.219/.308/.414/.723 with 10 home runs and 36 RBI in 87 games. In 2014, Guzman was home in the Dominican Republic driving his vehicle when he collided with a motorcycle; the crash resulted in the death of the driver of the motorcycle. Guzman did not face any charges from the incident, as the police determined that the motorcycle driver had failed to stop at an intersection. Guzman has one daughter, named Charlotte. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference Ronald Guzmán on Twitter Ronald Guzmán on Instagram

List of artists who reached number one on the U.S. dance airplay chart

This is a list of recording artists who have reached number one on Billboard magazine's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart. At the start, Billboard began ranking dance music based on radio airplay the week ending August 17, 2003 based on data from Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, but it was modified in November 2011 to include Mainstream Top 40 and Rhythmic Top 40 stations that feature club mix shows in their programming. All acts are listed alphabetically. Solo artists are alphabetized by last name, groups by group name excluding "A," "An" and "The." Each act's total of number one U. S. dance airplay hits is shown after their name. All artists who are mentioned in song credits are listed here. Many dance artists and producers use aliases and pseudonyms - this list shows whichever artist name was used on the record. Artists whose songs reached number one on this chart but didn't cross over to other Dance charts beyond this one are listed in bold text. Members of groups who reached number one are not listed here separately from their groups, unless they hit number one as a solo artist.

Adele Afrojack Christina Aguilera Akon Alesso Aloe Blacc AlunaGeorge Angel City AnnaGrace Anne-Marie Tina Arena Avicii Iggy Azalea Cardi B Bad Bunny J Balvin Basshunter Bastille Natasha Bedingfield Madison Beer Bellatrax Benny Benassi Lauren Bennett Spragga Benz Beyoncé Justin Bieber Big Sean Mary J. Blige Daniel Blume BT Busta Rhymes Camila Cabello Captain Cuts Alessia Cara Mariah Carey Cascada The Chainsmokers Charli XCX Cheat Codes Chvrches Ciara Kelly Clarkson Clean Bandit Coldplay Ida Corr Deborah Cox Taio Cruz Billy Ray Cyrus Daddy Yankee Daft Punk Daniela J. D. Davis Daya DCUP Deadmau5 Lana Del Rey Lily Denning Deorro Jason Derulo Destiny's Child DHT Dirty Vegas Disciples DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheads DJ Mog DJ Snake DLMT Dragonette Hilary Duff DyCy Dzeko Missy Elliott Brandi Emma Enur Ercola Fergie Filo & Peri Flanders Flo Rida Luis Fonsi Foster the People Nelly Furtado Fuse ODG Galantis Alex Gaudino Get Far Jess Glynne Gary Go Selena Gomez & the Scene GoonRock Gotye Ellie Goulding Ariana Grande Grey David Guetta Guru Josh Project H-Boogie Haley Halsey Calvin Harris Oliver Heldens Emma Hewitt Keri Hilson Chrissie Hynde Icona Pop Illenium Inna Felix Jaehn Erika Jayne Jay-Z Jes Vika Jigulina Jonas Brothers Jax Jones Alexis Jordan Kaskade Ke$ha Khalid The Killers Kimbra The Knocks Matthew Koma Krewella Georgia Ku Nick Lachey Lady Gaga Chris Lake Lasgo Fedde le Grand Blake Lewis Leona Lewis Lil Nas X Dua Lipa Lizzo Jennifer Lopez Lea-Lorien LMFAO Tove Lo Lodato Ludacris Eric Luminere Peter Luts & Dominica Sarah Lynn Kevin LyttleMadonna Mahalo Major Lazer Post Malone Ayah Marar Maroon 5 Bruno Mars Marshmello Matisse Sophia May Edward Maya M'black Lara McAllen Angela McCluskey Medina George Michael Milky Nicki Minaj Kylie Minogue David Morales Maren Morris Motorcycle Mr. Probz Natasja Nervo Ne-Yo John Newman Nico & Vinz Nina Sky NOTD Tina Novak Nyla Rita Ora Kelly Osbourne OutKast Panic!

At the Disco Morgan Page Dolly Parton Sean Paul Liam Payne Katy Perry Jonathan Peters P!nk Pink Floyd Pitbull Plumb Portugal. The Man Mike Posner Lucas Prata Preme Eric Prydz Pussycat Dolls Charlie Puth Quavo Raye Rihanna Riton Roc Project Mark Ronson Kelly Rowland ROZES Robin Schulz Seal September Shape: UK Ed Sheeran Sylver Logan Sharp Ned Shepard Eva Simons Sam Smith Sneaky Sound System Sofi Tukker Snoop Dogg Martin Solveig Kim Sozzi Britney Spears Alexandra Stan Lennon Stella Stellar Project Sultan Swedish House Mafia Taylor Swift Rob Swire The Temper Trap T. I. Tiësto Timbaland Justin Timberlake Tube & Berger Alisa Ueno Usher Despina Vandi Vula Emily Warren The Wanted The Weeknd Florence Welch Kanye West Hayley Williams of Paramore Michelle Williams Pharrell Williams Chris Willis Lilly Wood Yolanda Be Cool Young Thug Zedd List of number one dance airplay hits Additional information can be found within Billboard's online archive services and print editions of the magazine