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2010–11 Colgate Raiders women's ice hockey season

The Colgate Raiders represented Colgate University in the 2010–11 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. The Raiders head coach was Scott Wiley. Assisting him were Ryan Stone, Karine Senecal, Karen Thatcher. May 26, 2010: 2010 Winter Olympian Karen Thatcher has been named an assistant coach Kimberley Sass recorded 27 saves in a 5-3 win over the Connecticut Huskies. With the win, she is 2-0 overall along with one shutout. January 28: The Colgate women's hockey team raised $12,000 in autism research with its Autism Awareness Project; the Light Up Starr Rink Blue game against RPI on Friday, Jan. 28 attracted 1,038, all of whom were wearing light blue, the color of Autism Speaks. The team wore special puzzle-piece jerseys designed by OT Sports. February 11: Kimberly Sass recorded 26 saves in a 1-0 shutout over the Yale Bulldogs, it was Sass' fifth shutout of the season and third straight at home, both of which are new school records. The game winning goal was scored by Brittany Phillips. Kimberly Sass, ECAC Defensive Player of the Week Shannon Doyle, Rookie of the Year Meghan Wickens, Most Improved Player Heidi Peterson, Sportsmanship Award Brittany Phillips, Brad Houston Offensive MVP Amanda Kirwan, Defensive MVP Kimberly Sass, Marian Lefevre Coaches Award Jessi Waters, Don Palmateer Award Official site

Ron Cornelius

Ron Cornelius is a session musician and producer who has played on albums by Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Al Kooper and Loudon Wainwright III. He is the president of Gateway Entertainment, established in 1986; as a producer he has produced Miko Marks's Freeway Bound album in 2007. He is the co-writer of "Chelsea Hotel No. 2", covered by many artists including Rufus Wainwright. In the mid-1960s Cornelius was a member Capt. Zoom & The Androids aka Captain Zoom, they released three singles including "Here Comes Captain Zoom" b/w "The Zoom". He was a key member of a folk country rock band called West, formed in San Francisco in 1967 that featured Cornelius on lead guitar and vocals, Michael Stewart on guitar. Other members were Bob Claire, Jon Sagen and Lloyd Perata; the band recorded the album West in two others. His solo album Tin Luck released on Polydor, PD50ll featured Joe Davis on bass and Paul Distel on drums, he keyboards. Most of the tracks on the album were composed by him, he produced the third album by Miko Marks, scheduled for release in Spring 2007.

Cornelius played guitar on the album Self Portrait by Bob Dylan, playing with Charles E. Daniels and Bubba Fowler at the Columbia Recording Studios, Tennessee on March l7, 1970; the session was produced by Bob Johnston and the tracks were "Early Morning Rain" and " Woogie Boogie. Cornelius worked alongside Charlie McCoy, Al Kooper and David Bromberg in a recording session for Bob Dylan's 1973 album Dylan. Tin Luck, Polydor PD5011 Leonard Cohen... Songs of Love and Hate - guitar Leonard Cohen... Songs from a Room - acoustic and electric guitar Leonard Cohen... Live At The Isle of Wight 1970 - guitar Bob Dylan... Self Portrait - guitar Bob Dylan... New Morning - guitar Bob Dylan... The Bootleg Series Vol. 10: Another Self Portrait Al Kooper... Al's Big Deal - Unclaimed Freight - guitar Loudon Wainwright III... Attempted Mustache - acoustic guitar, electric guitar Gateway Entertainment All Music Credits Interview with Ron Cornelius by Jack Fleischer

Twentieth Century Zoo

Twentieth Century Zoo was an American psychedelic rock band formed from the remnants of The Bittersweets in Phoenix, Arizona in 1967. The band released several singles, an album to reach regional acclaim before disbanding in 1970, their works spanned across multiple genres, including early examples of proto-punk. The band was known for playing among other successful acts, incorporating their influences into the group's own individual sound. In 1966, the first incarnation of the band formed as the Bittersweets; as the Bittersweets, a predominately folk rock group, the majority of the band members were just starting their professional music career, as they began at the local club circuit. The band hired. Zelman was able to find gigs for the band, allowed them to have practice sessions at her own establishment; the band opened for acts like Blue Cheer, Canned Heat, more The Byrds who were the most influential on the band. The band was able to assemble a local audience, found their first producer, local DJ Tony Evans.

Evans worked to get the band signed to record deals on small labels. In all, the band produced three singles all on individual labels that resembled to what material The Byrds were developing at the time. Once the last of the singles were produced, the band decided to relocate to Los Angeles, upon being informed another band was going by the same name, the group changed their name. By the suggestion of an audience member in one of the band's gigs, the band became known as the Twentieth Century Zoo in mid-1967; the band, under their new name, released two more singles that were regional successes, garnered enough interest from Vault Records to sign them to their major label. Recording took place in AT Audio Recorders for the small Caz label; the singles marked a shift in the band's past sound into the more psychedelic and acid driven genres. The second of those singles, "You Don't Remember", is described as an early example of protopunk, although in this period of the band they were recordings a diversity of musical styles.

Their sound was a combination of vocal harmonies, complex fuzz guitar solos, other aspects of the Los Angeles music scene, most notably in their live performances. The band toured in the Southwest of the U. S. opening to more national acts. The band appeared on television in several shows including The Wallace and Ladmo Show. Following the band's added exposure, they began recording for their debut album in late 1968. Album development began at Vault Records Studios in Hollywood, featured tracks similar to Fever Tree. Along those lines, the standouts on the album were the prolonged guitar solos on the longer tracks. Eastern-influenced string and percussion instrumentals were utilized and assorted sound effects magnified the melodies of the compositions. In early 1969, the album, Thunder on a Clear Day, was issued on the Vault label to more regional success for the band, but failing to chart nationally. After another tour, the band completed songs intended for a second album, but the lead guitarist "Skip" Ladd was drafted into the Army.

A brief attempt to find a replacement failed, after one last single the band disbanded in early 1970. In 1999, Sundazed Records re-issued the band's album and an EP compiling three unreleased tracks designated for the second album release. Lineup One 1966–1967 Paul BennettDrums, percussion Allan Chitwood – Bass guitar, backing vocals Greg Farley – Rhythm guitar Bob Sutko – Lead vocals, harmonicaLineup Two 1967–1970 Allan Chitwood – Bass guitar, backing vocals Greg Farley – Rhythm guitar Paul "Skip" Ladd – Lead guitar Bob Sutko – Lead vocals, harmonica Randy Wells – Drums, percussion

Kevin Walker (Swedish footballer)

Kevin Edward Bertil Walker is a Swedish footballer and singer. He is a centre midfielder for Djurgårdens IF in the Swedish first-tier league Allsvenskan. Walker was the winner of the 9th series of the Swedish version of Idol in 2013. Walker was born in Örebro and started his football career in Varbergs BoIS. Son of the former Örebro SK manager Patrick Walker, Kevin made his senior debut for Superettan team Örebro SK in the 2006 season. Örebro SK was promoted to Allsvenskan and Walker made his Allsvenskan debut in the following season. From 2007 to 2011, Walker was in the AIK organisation, having loan spells to Väsby United, Assyriska Föreningen and GIF Sundsvall, he moved to GIF Sundsvall at the end of the 2011 season. Walker played for Superettan side GIF Sundsvall which he vice-captained during the autumn 2013. After the 2014 season, Walker signed a contract with Djurgårdens IF and was presented on 5 November 2014. In March 2016 Walker was appointed captain for Djurgårdens IF. On 10 May 2018 he played.

Walker scored three goals. He made two Sweden national under-19 football team appearances in 2008. Walker and his brother Robert are eligible to represent the Republic of Ireland. AIKAllsvenskan: 2009 Svenska Cupen: 2009 Supercupen: 2010Djurgårdens IFAllsvenskan: 2019 Svenska Cupen: 2017–18 Kevin Walker has been fascinated with music from a young age. In 2013, he auditioned to the Swedish Idol 2013 with the song "Soldier"; the series in its ninth season was broadcast on TV4. His whole Idol adventure began after a video of him jamming with a teammate at a football club function caught the attention of the program's producers. A few of Walker's football league games for GIF Sundsvall were moved to avoid a clash with his television commitments during Idol. Walker reached the final alongside Elin Bergman, with both of them singing the winning song "Belong". Walker won by popular vote, his winning prize includes a recording contract with Universal Music Sweden. In the final show, he and Bergman joined Robbie Williams in singing on Williams' song "Shine My Shoes".

Performances Audition: "Soldier" Bootcamp heats: – "Use Somebody" Week 1 – "Pride" Week 2 – "Say" Week 3 – "Poker Face" Week 4 – "Behind Blue Eyes" Week 5 – "Hope and Glory" – Week 6 – "It's My Life" Week 7 – "Till dom ensamma" and "Välkommen in" Week 8 – "Don't Look Back in Anger" and "Hall of Fame" Week 9 – Final 4 round 1 – – "Dreaming" round 2 – – "Free Fallin'" Week 10 – Semi-finals – Final 3 round 1 – – "Soldier" round 2 – – "Home" Week 11 – Final round 1 – – "Where the Streets Have No Name" round 2 – – "Say" round 3 – – "Belong" After winning the title, he was signed to Universal Music as part of the award, released his debut single, the winning song "Belong" that has charted in Sverigetopplistan, the official Swedish Singles Chart. The album titled Belong made it to number 2 on Swedish Albums chart. In late December 2013 Walker was interviewed in the talk show The Late Late Show on RTÉ while visiting Ireland, he performed ``. Kevin Walker at SvFF

Helichrysum arenarium

Helichrysum arenarium is known as dwarf everlast, as immortelle. As a perennial plant, it grows to be an average of 0.3 m tall. The leaves are flat, the lower ones being elliptical in shape, while the upper ones are linear, they are wooly on both sides. The flower heads are arranged in loosely, a cross between panicle, they are 3 to 4 mm wide of bright golden yellow florets. It is found in Eastern France to Denmark as well as on the mountains of Uzbekistan on sandy grasslands, heathland, it is widely spread on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia where locals pick and sell it throughout the summer. Helichrysum stoechas is similar to the Helichrysum arenarium species, but the leaves are all linear, with rolled under edges, it is found in western France on dunes near the sea