Christophe Guy Denis Lambert, known professionally as Christopher Lambert, is a French American actor and producer. He started his career playing supporting parts in several French films, became internationally famous with the role of Tarzan in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes in 1984. For his performance in the 1985 film Subway, Lambert received the César Award for Best Actor, his best-known role is Connor MacLeod in the 1986 cult adventure-fantasy film Highlander and the subsequent movie franchise series of the same name. He played the thunder god Raiden in the first film adaptation of the video game Mortal Kombat. Other films he is known for are I Love You, The Sicilian, Knight Moves and its sequel Fortress 2: Re-Entry, Absolon, White Material, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Kickboxer: Retaliation, for producing N'oublie pas que tu vas mourir, the French comedy film Neuf Mois and its American remake Nine Months. Lambert was born March 29, 1957, in Great Neck, New York, the son of Yolande Agnès Henriette and Georges Lambert-Lamond, a French diplomat at the United Nations.
His father was a French Jew. Lambert was moved to Paris in his teens. Christopher Lambert started his career playing supporting parts in several French films: Ciao, les mecs, Le bar du téléphone, Une sale affaire, Putain d'histoire d'amour, Douchka, Légitime violence and one episode of Cinéma 16. Around that time director Hugh Hudson had just finished his Academy Award-winning film Chariots of Fire, Warner Brothers was desperate to hire him to direct another film. After looking at all their available scripts he chose to do a film adaptation of novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs' iconic character Tarzan, a man, raised by an unknown species of great apes in the jungle. Hudson tested many young actors. Lambert got the role due to his myopia, because when he took off his glasses it seemed he was always looking into the distance. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes was released in 1984 and met with great critical acclaim for both Lambert and its director; the film was nominated for three Academy Awards and won a BAFTA Award, as well as a César Award amongst other nominations.
That same year, he played a lead role in a French film called Paroles et musique, opposite Catherine Deneuve, Richard Anconina and Jacques Perrin. In 1985, Lambert played the lead in Luc Besson's stylistic film Subway, about a man being hunted in the underground subways of Paris; the film was a success at the French box office as well as critically acclaimed. Lambert was awarded a César Award for Best Actor the next year. On the 7th of March 1986, premiered Russell Mulcahy's Highlander. In the film, Lambert starred as Connor MacLeod from the Scottish Highlands, known as the Highlander, one of a number of immortal warriors who can be killed only by decapitation. After initial training by another skilled immortal swordsman, Ramirez played by Sean Connery, MacLeod lives on for several centuries settling in New York City, running an antiques shop. Macload falls in love with a police forensic scientist named Brenda, he finds out that he must face his greatest enemy, the Kurgan, played by Clancy Brown, who wishes to kill MacLeod and to obtain "the Prize" – which gives special abilities to the last living immortal warrior, vast knowledge and power which could enslave the human race.
The film became a cult hit and was an international box-office success, as well as his most famous role. The rock group Queen composed and performed the soundtrack, Lambert appeared as MacLeod in the music video for Queen's "Princes of the Universe"; that year, Lambert took the leading role in Marco Ferreri's I Love You. The film was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, was nominated for the Silver Ribbon at the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists. Lambert played the leading role in the troubled production of The Sicilian, directed by Michael Cimino, based on the Mario Puzo book by the same name and started its American theatrical run on the 23rd of October 1987, he stars as Salvatore Giuliano an egocentric bandit who fights the Church, the Mafia, the landed gentry while leading a populist movement for Sicilian independence. The studios trimmed down the director's cut of the film, it was released in 1987, was less successful than his previous pictures, receiving a lukewarm reception by critics and being only marginally profitable.
However the director's cut received better reviews upon its release in France. In 1988, he starred in Agnieszka Holland's To Kill a Priest, in which he played a character based on Jerzy Popiełuszko and his murder under the Polish communist regime, it was well received by critics. That year, he played the lead in the romantic film Love Dream with actress Diane Lane, they got married that year, their union lasted until 1994. In 1990, he did the comedy Why Me?, co-starring Christopher Lloyd. They play burglars. On November 1st 1991, the Highlander sequel, Highlander II: The Quickening premiered. In it Lambert reunited with director Russell Mulcahy and fellow actor Sean Connery. Mulcahy didn't like the screenplay right from the start, the production team was lured to shoot it in Argentina to reduce production costs. Much of the script wasn't filmed and the final result is a patchwork, its poor performance was a result of
WHRZ-LP is a non-commercial low-power radio station in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Owned by the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, it broadcasts a youth-oriented Christian CHR format; the station is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with an ERP of 47 watts. Its transmitter is located on the former WSPA-TV tower in downtown Spartanburg; the station has a range of 10 miles, although it reaches a wider audience via FM translators, syndication of its programming on HD Radio subchannels of WLFJ-FM and WLFS. The station signed on in May 2005, broadcasting a Christian CHR format targeting teenagers and young adults, it used the branding Hangar Radio Z, referencing the nickname for the Church's recently-constructed youth center, which housed the station's studios. In addition to the main station at 104.1, the station operates multiple FM translators to broaden its coverage over the upstate of South Carolina, as well as the Charleston area: As part of an agreement with Radio Training Network, the station's programming is syndicated on the HD Radio subchannels of WLFJ-FM/Greenville and WLFS/Port Wentworth—co-branded as His Radio Z.
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Sentul Timur LRT station or Sentul Timur is the terminal station for the Ampang Line and Sri Petaling Line. The station is located in Sentul, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, surrounded by medium density low cost housing developments. Pangsapuri Melur is the nearest residential properties to this station. Sentul is a main town area in Kuala Lumpur, it is divided into two sections namely Sentul Timur. Jalan Sentul and Jalan Ipoh are the two major roads servicing this area. Although, not an interchange commuters may walk up to the KC02 Sentul Komuter station from Sentul Timur station, it takes 15 – 20 minutes for the walking distance. The station is served by Sri Petaling Line. Opened in 1998 as part of the lines' second phase of development of the former STAR LRT system, the station was intended to connect Sentul Timur to other parts of the city and surrounding areas. Under Phase 2, a 15 km track with 11 stations was built to serve the northern and southern areas of Kuala Lumpur to cater for the Commonwealth Village and National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil, during the KL Commonwealth Games in 1998.
On 27 October 2006, a six-coach Adtranz LRT train which came in from Ampang overshot the end of the elevated tracks at the end of this station, resulting in the front half of the first coach dangling in the air about 25 m above the ground. A lone driver was the only one on board. Only Sentul Timur endured service disruption for 20 minutes that day; the station is a typical elevated Ampang Line and Sri Petaling station, the platform level is on the topmost floor, consisting of two sheltered side platforms along a double tracked line. The design is similar to that of most other stations on the line, with multi-tiered roofs supported by latticed frames, white plastered walls and pillars. All levels are linked by stairways and escalators
Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts, is one of the largest urban, municipal parks in the United States, covering 735 acres of land overlooking the Connecticut River. Designed by the renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Forest Park features a zoo, aquatic gardens, outdoor amphitheater, in addition to typical Olmsted design elements like winding wooded trails, surprising, expansive views; the site of America's first public, municipal swimming pool during the holiday months Forest Park hosts a popular high-tech lighting display, known as Bright Nights. In 1884, Springfielder Orick H. Greenleaf offered 65 acres for the establishment of a park to be named Forest Park. Shortly after 178 acres were donated by wealthy philanthropist Everett Hosmer Barney. Barney made his fortune as a Civil War arms producer and as a businessman, inventing clamp-on ice skates and rollerskates. In 1890 Barney built an elaborate, turreted 2 1⁄2-story Victorian mansion on a hill at the west end of his estate, which featured a spectacular view of the Connecticut River and Metro Center Springfield.
The mansion's elaborate carriage house still stands, today serving as a restaurant and banquet hall in Forest Park. To create the parcel of land on which Forest Park was built and Barney convinced several of their wealthy friends and neighbors to donate much of the remaining land that would make-up the 735-acre Forest Park, they both became members of the Board of Park Commissioners, which listed John Olmsted. At the time, much of this land was located in the neighboring suburb of Longmeadow, Ultimately, Longmeadow ceded complete control of Forest Park to the City of Springfield. In October 2017, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced that the state would assume the $3 million costs to repair a culvert at the main entrance of the park; the Barney Mansion was used for Forest Park events until the mid-1950s, when about 50 acres of the park, including 15 acres of the former Barney estate, were taken to construct the Springfield/Longmeadow sections of Interstate 91. Barney's house stood atop the hill at the northwest corner of the park, the highway construction may have threatened its foundations.
The construction of I-91 severed the Forest Park's connection to the Connecticut River. The Barney Mansion's stained glass windows were moved to a house in Palmer, Massachusetts where the demolition contractor lived at the time; the mausoleum of Barney's son and a carriage house still survive from the estate, along with many remnants of an extensive arboretum and water gardens planted by Barney around 1900. The developer of the Forest Park neighborhood continued this theme by planting many interesting specimen trees around Magnolia Terrace; this historic neighborhood with many fine examples of Victorian houses abuts the park on the north, while a small enclave of Springfield's stately brick colonial homes and the town of Longmeadow, Massachusetts borders the park to the south. Among the Forest Park's notable year-round attractions are the Forest Park Zoo, which features large cats, birds, a number of other "exotic and indigenous animals"; the ruggedly contoured valley of Pecousic Brook occupies more than half of the south side of the Forest Park.
This area has been left Naturalist in style, although it features many walking trails and a few elegant bridges. It is home to many species of birds and wildlife; the statue at the Route 5 entrance to Forest Park was created by Peter Wolf Toth and is part of the Trail of the Whispering Giants. The statue represents Omiskanoagwiak. A statue of a golden retriever, Stone Dog II stands between the park's largest playground and the zoo; the statue is a near replica of an older statue, which went missing from the park in 1987. The original Stone Dog dates back to the late 19th century. Since 1970, the Environmental Center for Our Schools takes all Springfield public school students in grades four through seven on a two-day environmental learning outing in Forest Park; the headquarters of this organization is located in Forest Park. During Summer, Camp STAR/Angelina is an inclusive camp for children of all abilities, ages 3 to 22 years old; some of the special needs populations the camp has worked with include: developmental delays, ADD/ADHD, emotional problems, learning disabilities, visual and hearing impairments.
Camp STAR/Angelina is a 6-week summer program. The camp is located on the outskirts of Forest Park off Trafton Road and activities include swimming, games, field trips and an end of camp variety show. Bright Nights at Forest Park is a national attraction during the Chanukah seasons. Bright Nights is a lighting spectacle that features color coordinated lighting exhibits. Trees and sculptures are decorated to look like various scenes and characters, including many from the works of Springfield native Dr. Seuss. Many scenes are animated.
Domo, Inc. is a cloud software company based in American Fork, United States. It specializes in data visualization. Domo, Inc. was founded by Josh James in 2010. In October 2010, after leaving Adobe, James started Inc.. In December 2010, Shacho purchased Lindon-based Corda Technologies. James changed Shacho's name to Domo. Initial investors in Domo include Benchmark Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Ron Conway and David Lee of SV Angel, Hummer Winblad, salesforce.com’s Marc Benioff, Fraser Bullock of Sorenson Capital. In 2011, $20 million came from Silicon Valley-based Institutional Venture Partners, which invested in Josh James’ previous start-up, Omniture. In 2013, the company announced a Series B investment of $60 million from GGV Capital, Bezos Expeditions, Co-CEOs of Workday, Aneel Bhusri and Dave Duffield. In February 2014, Domo announced Series C funding of an additional $125 million from TPG Growth, T. Rowe Price, Fidelity Investments, salesforce.com, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Viking Global Investors, Dragoneer Investments Group.
Existing investors GGV Capital, Greylock Partners, IVP, Mercato Partners participated. In April 2015, Inc raised another $200 million in Series D financing with a $2 billion valuation; the round was led by BlackRock and Glynn Capital Management, Capital Group and existing investor GGV participated. At that time, the company passed the $1 billion valuation threshold and became a unicorn in the industry. In March 2016 the company closed a Series D investment round of $131 million with its existing investors and new investors, including Credit Suisse and Capital Advisors. On April 27, 2017, Domo raised $200 million in Series D funding led by Blackrock, with participation from Capital Group, Glynn Capital Management, GGV Capital. Domo, Inc. was listed on the NASDAQ Global Exchange June 29, 2018, with an initial offering of 9,200,000 shares at $21.00 USD per share. Domo, Inc is a cloud-based platform designed to provide direct, real-time access to business data for decision makers across the company with minimal IT involvement.
It is a software-as-a-service venture. The company's board of directors includes Mark Gorenberg. Domo integrates with multiple data sources, including spreadsheets, social media and other cloud-based or on-premise software solutions. Https://www.wsj.com/articles/legal-fight-escalates-over-tech-startups-financials-1471512602
Sing and Be Happy is a 1937 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Lou Breslow, Ben Markson and John Patrick. The film stars Leah Ray, Joan Davis, Helen Westley, Allan Lane and Dixie Dunbar; the film was released on June 1937, by 20th Century Fox. Tony Martin as Buzz Mason Leah Ray as Ann Lane Joan Davis as Myrtle Helen Westley as Mrs. Henty Allan Lane as Hamilton Howe Dixie Dunbar as Della Dunn Chick Chandler as Mike Berton Churchill as John Mason Andrew Tombes as Thomas Lane Luis Alberni as Posini Frank McGlynn, Sr. as Sheriff Edward Cooper as Mason's Butler Sing and Be Happy on IMDb