Christian Ude is a German politician who served as mayor of Munich from 1993 to 2014. He is a member of the German Social Democratic Party. From 1967 to 1969 he worked for the Süddeutsche Zeitung, he studied legal science in Munich 1969-1977. From 1979-1990 he worked as a lawyer, he was elected as deputy mayor of Munich on 2 May 1990, two months after he was elected into the city council of Munich. On 12 September 1993, Ude was elected as lord successor of Georg Kronawitter, he was re-elected three times, on 13 June 1999 with 61.2 per cent of all votes, on 3 March 2002 with 64.5 per cent and on 2 March 2008 with 66.8 per cent. In August 2011 Christian Ude announced his intention to become the SPD's leading candidate for the upcoming Bavarian state election in 2013. In addition to his position as lord mayor, Ude is a political cabaret artist. Ude has been married to Edith von Welser-Ude since 1984, it is his first and her second marriage. Additionally, Ude was a member of the board of directors of the 1860 Munich until 2009.
In 2005, Ude was elected to the post of President of the German cities association. Asta Schreib: Christian Ude.. München, München-Verlag 2007, ISBN 978-3-937090-22-1. Website of Christian Ude CityMayors article
Coline Serreau is a French actress, film director and writer. She was born in Paris, the daughter of theatre director Jean-Marie Serreau and actress Geneviève Serreau. In Paris, Serreau studied literature and theatre as well as the circus. In 1970 she made her debut as an actress at the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier. Serreau wrote her first screenplay in 1973, her first film, the documentary film Mais qu'est-ce qu'elles veulent?, literally: But What Is It That They Want?, was a compilation of interviews with women from various backgrounds. The frankness of the statements shocked parts of the public, her biggest commercial success was the comedy film Three Men and a Cradle, for which she received three César Awards in 1986. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In 1986, her first drama for the stage Lapin Lapin, directed by Benno Besson, had its world premiere, she collaborated with Besson for several years and he staged Le théâtre de verdure and Quisaitout et Grobêta.
Colville, G.. "On Coline Serreau's Mais qu'est ce qu'elles veulent? and the Problematics of Feminist Documentary". French Cinema. Nottingham French Studies. Vol. 32. No.1. Pp. 84–89. List of female film and television directors List of LGBT-related films directed by women Coline Serreau on IMDb
The Atomics is a fictional superhero team first appearing in The Atomics #1 from AAA Pop Comics, created by Mike Allred. Its members include Madman, It Girl, Mr. Gum, Zap Man, Lava Lass, The Slug, Adam Balm, Black Crystal, The Lazer, their headquarters are located in Snap City. Twelve monthly-dated issues were published in 2000, in 2001, two issues in the first half and one in the second; the March 2000 issue had a French edition, a hardcover "limited" edition appeared in 2002. Since the cancellation of The Atomics, the team has appeared as supporting characters in Madman and Madman Atomic Comics. Former enemies, now allies, are the Mutant Street Beatniks who were just ordinary beatniks; when Mott first arrived he was being chased by Zenelle, a female alien from a species infamous throughout the galaxy for devouring their mates after the wedding night. Zenelle left behind a trail of spores as she tracked Mott through the city, exposure to which caused the beatniks to mutate into disgusting, warty versions of themselves.
Zenelle carried him away, much to the relief of Mott. Blaming Madman for their deformity, the Mutant Street Beatniks remained bitter enemies until several of them discovered that their deformation was the first stage of their mutation, which gave them super powers such as elasticity. Discovering these powers cleared up their skin condition, so they no longer hate Madman and have formed a super-hero team calling themselves The Atomics. Around this time, their missing comrade returned from space, revealing that Zenelle had fallen in love with him to the degree she went against her culture and refused to eat him; because of the different time-flow between Snap City and Zenelle's planet, when their comrade returned he brought with him his teenage son, the product of his union with Zenelle. The Atomics @ comicbookdb
Fausto Frigerio is a retired Italian hurdler and long jumper. He won the bronze medals at the 1985 European Athletics Junior Championships behind Jon Ridgeon and Colin Jackson and at the 1991 Mediterranean Games. At the 1991 Mediterranean Games he won the silver medal in long jump, he participated at the World Championships in 1993 without reaching the final. His personal best time is 13.64 seconds, achieved in July 1993 in Sestriere. The Italian record belongs to Emanuele Abate with 13.28 seconds. His personal best long jump was 8.15 metres, achieved in July 1990 in Cagliari. He has won 4 times the individual national championship. 2 wins in the 110 metres hurdles 1 win in the long jump 1 win in the long jump indoor Italian all-time top lists - Long jump Fausto Frigerio at World Athletics Athlete profile from site Track and Field Statistics
In basketball, points are accumulated through free throws or field goals. The National Basketball Association's scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given season; the scoring title was determined by total points scored through the 1968–69 season, after which points per game was used to determine the leader instead. Players who earned scoring titles before the 1979–80 season did not record any three-point field goals because the three-point line had just been implemented in the NBA at the start of that season. To qualify for the scoring title, the player must appear in at least 58 games. However, a player who appears in fewer than 58 games may qualify as annual scoring leader if his point total would have given him the greatest average, had he appeared in 58 games; this has been the requirement since the 2013–14 season, with requirements changing several times throughout history. Wilt Chamberlain holds the all-time records for total points points per game in a season.
He holds the rookie records for points per game when he averaged 37.6 points in the 1959–60 season. Among active players, James Harden has the highest point total and the highest scoring average in a season. Michael Jordan has won the most scoring titles, with ten. Jordan and Chamberlain are the only players to have won seven consecutive scoring titles. George Gervin, Allen Iverson and Kevin Durant have won four scoring titles in their career, George Mikan, Neil Johnston and Bob McAdoo have achieved it three times. Paul Arizin, Bob Pettit, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O'Neal, Tracy McGrady, Kobe Bryant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden have each won the scoring title twice. Since the 1946–47 season, five players have won both the scoring title and the NBA championship in the same season: Fulks in 1947 with the Philadelphia Warriors, Mikan from 1949 to 1950 with the Minneapolis Lakers, Abdul-Jabbar in 1971 with the Milwaukee Bucks, Jordan from 1991 to 1993 and from 1996 to 1998 with the Chicago Bulls, O'Neal in 2000 with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Since the introduction of the three-point field goal, O'Neal is the only scoring leader to have made no three-pointers in his winning season. The longest interval separating multiple scoring title wins by the same player is 4 seasons, shared by Arizin and O'Neal in the seasons between 1952 and 1957 and 1995 to 2000 respectively. At 21 years and 197 days, Durant is the youngest scoring leader in NBA history, averaging 30.1 points in the 2009–10 season. Russell Westbrook led the league with an average of 31.6 points in the 2016–17 season, when he became the second NBA player to average a triple-double in a season. The most recent champion is James Harden. List of National Basketball Association career scoring leaders List of National Basketball League season scoring leaders General Specific
Berthier—Maskinongé is a federal electoral district in Quebec, represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1925 to 1953, from 1968 to 1988, since 2004. Its population in 2001 was 103,516; the riding extends along the north bank of the Saint Lawrence River between the north suburbs of Montreal and Trois-Rivières, straddling the Quebec regions of Lanaudière and Mauricie. The district includes the Regional County Municipalities of D'Autray and Maskinongé, the former cities of Pointe-du-Lac and Trois-Rivières-Ouest in the City of Trois-Rivières; the neighbouring ridings are Joliette, Verchères—Les Patriotes, Bas-Richelieu—Nicolet—Bécancour, Trois-Rivières, Saint-Maurice—Champlain. This riding lost territory to Trois-Rivières and gained territory from Joliette during the 2012 electoral redistribution; the riding was created in 1924 from Berthier and Maskinongé. It consisted of Maskinongé County. In 1947, it was redefined to consist of the county of Berthier and the town of Berthierville, the county of Maskinongé and the town of Louiseville, Gouin township in the county of Joliette.
In 1952, it was abolished. The riding was recreated in 1966 as "Berthier" from the districts of Berthier—Maskinongé—delanaudière, Joliette—L'Assomption—Montcalm, St-Maurice—Laflèche, Three Rivers. In 1975, the name of the riding was changed to "Berthier-Maskinongé". After the 1980 election, the name of the district was changed to Berthier—Maskinongé—Lanaudière. In the 1984 election, the seat was won by Progressive Conservative Robert de Cotret, who held it until the 1988 election; the riding was abolished in 1987. It was divided between Berthier—Montcalm and Saint-Maurice. Berthier—Maskinongé was re-created in 2003. 44.8% of the riding came from Trois-Rivières, 36.0% from Berthier—Montcalm, 19.2% from Saint-Maurice. In the 2004 election and the 2006 election, Bloc Québécois MP Guy André was elected in the riding; this riding has elected the following Members of Parliament: Note: Progressive Conservative vote is compared to "National Government" vote in 1940 election. Note: "National Government" vote is compared to Conservative vote in 1935 election.
List of Canadian federal electoral districts Past Canadian electoral districts " Census Profile". 2011 census. Statistics Canada. 2012. Retrieved 2011-03-07. Campaign expense data from Elections Canada Riding history from the Library of Parliament