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E-Life is a rapper from Rotterdam, Netherlands. He is a DJ for radio station Juize FM. E-Life started his music career with rap crew Dope Syndicate. DJ Raw Deal's move to the United States in 1995 prompted E-Life to go solo, his first solo single, Stacked With Honors, came out a year in 1996. The song didn't make it to the charts, it was nominated for best hiphop song for the 1997 TMF Awards, it allowed E-Life to perform with LL Cool J, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Ice Cube, the Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy and Run DMC. His second single, More Days To Come was E-Life's biggest hit, reaching sixth place in the Dutch charts, its successors I Wonder Why and In Doubt'99 didn't make it to the Dutch charts, while K. I. T. A. Would drop from the charts after two weeks, his second album, E=MC², was distributed throughout Europe. The album features contributions from Michael Postmen. From 2002-2004, E-Life acted as the musical sidekick to comic Tom Rhodes on the late-night talk show Kevin Masters Show starring Tom Rhodes which aired on the Dutch Yorin television station.

Albums1999 - Eleven 2002 - E=MC²Singles1996 - Stacked With Honors 1998 - More Days To Come 1999 - I Wonder Why 1999 - In Doubt'99 2002 - K. I. T. A. 2002 - Watch me 2011 - Broken 2012 - Hardshock 2012 - World Of Madness 2016 - "Riot Official website Interview with E-Life for E-Life - Stacked With Honors on YouTube E-Life - More Days To Come on YouTube E-Life - K. I. T. A. on YouTube E-Life - In Doubt'99 on YouTube Evil Activities & Endymion feat. E-Life - Broken on YouTube Evil Activities & E-Life - Hardshock on YouTube

Gary Jules

Gary Jules Aguirre Jr. known as Gary Jules, is an American singer-songwriter, known for his cover version of the Tears for Fears song "Mad World", which he recorded with his friend Michael Andrews for the film Donnie Darko. It became the UK Christmas Number One single of 2003. Since Jules's version has been used on many American TV shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The O. C. Smallville and Riverdale, as well as in a commercial for Lloyd's Bank in 2016 featuring a horse galloping through different stages in people's lives. Jules recorded a cover of the song "Mad World" by Tears For Fears for the 2001 film Donnie Darko and released it as a single in December 2003; this timing allowed it to become the Christmas Number One single in the UK for that year. The cover featured as background music in various television programs such as drama General Hospital, as well as individual episodes of Without a Trace, The O. C. Smallville, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, it was used in the trailer for the 2010 film The Crazies and the Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps' 2010 Production "Mad World".

Adam Lambert sang a cover of "Mad World", influenced by Jules's version at two different points in his American Idol competition, as well as during the American Idols Live! 2009 tour. Following its appearance on the popular television show, Jules's cover of the song rose to #11 on the iTunes Store; the song "Something Else" was featured on the Season 5 episode "My Fallen Idol" of the NBC show Scrubs. The song "Gone Daddy" is based upon an experience that led to Jules relocating his family from Southern California to North Carolina. A neighbor was gunned down one night in Los Angeles and while the police were investigating the shooting, Jules approached one of the officers, explained that his child was napping, asked if the officer knew when they would be finished; the officer said he did not know, but that the family could leave Los Angeles if they didn't like it. Jules relocated shortly thereafter. Jules's song "Wichita" was inspired by a class he took at UCLA regarding Native American history.

During the class he read a story about Native Americans following herds of bison around the nation to survive. Jules was a surprise guest on a series of Parisian concerts of French singer Mylène Farmer, called Timeless 2013. In all the performances that take place in the Palais omnisport de Bercy, Gary Jules sings his cover of Mad World joined by Mylène Farmer, they follow by the duet song "Les Mots" that Mylène Farmer released in 2001 with Seal. So far Gary Jules is part of the tour, as he was performing during the concerts in Lyon. "Mad World" Directed by Michel Gondry "Broke Window" "Beautiful". Stop animation by Tony Clavelli. CBS CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (”Mad World” The WB Smallville (“Mad World” NBC Third Watch (”Mad World” CBS Without A Trace ("Mad World" ABC Alias (”Something Else” CBS CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (”Mad World” CBS CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (”Mad World” NBC Scrubs (”Something Else” CBS CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (”Mad World” ABC Grey’s Anatomy (”Falling Awake” CBS Jericho (”Mad World” ABC Brothers & Sisters (“Falling Awake” TV3 Colors en sèrie (”Mad World” A&E The Cleaner (”Mad World” CW 90210 (”Greetings from the Side” NBC Friday Night Lights (”Beautiful” NBC-Life ("Been A Long Time" FX-Nip/Tuck ("Mad World" CW Life Unexpected (”Falling Awake” ABC Private Practice (”The Old Days Are Gone” ABC General Hospital FOX So You Think You Can Dance?

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Ringtown, Pennsylvania

Ringtown is a borough in Schuylkill County, United States. It is 5 miles north northwest of Shenandoah and 17 miles west southwest of Hazleton. Other nearby towns and boroughs include Zion Grove and Nuremberg. Ringtown is located at 40°51′27″N 76°14′1″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 0.4 square miles, all land. As of the census of 2000, there were 826 people, 319 households, 231 families living in the borough; the population density was 1,869.1 people per square mile. There were 340 housing units at an average density of 769.4 per square mile. The racial makeup of the borough was 98.79% White, 0.12% African American, 0.48% Asian, 0.61% from other races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.61% of the population. There were 319 households out of which 30.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 59.2% were married couples living together, 8.8% had a female householder with no husband present, 27.3% were non-families. Of all households, 23.2% were made up of individuals and 12.9% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older.

The average household size was 2.59 and the average family size was 3.09. In the borough the population was spread out with 24.7% under the age of 18, 6.4% from 18 to 24, 25.7% from 25 to 44, 22.5% from 45 to 64, 20.7% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years. For every 100 females there were 89.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 92.6 males. The median income for a household in the borough was $36,563, the median income for a family was $43,125. Males had a median income of $32,685 versus $22,000 for females; the per capita income for the borough was $20,345. About 2.6% of families and 4.6% of the population were below the poverty line, including 4.4% of those under age 18 and 11.2% of those age 65 or over. Danny Litwhiler, baseball player and coach Upper Schuylkill


Clupeiformes is the order of ray-finned fish that includes the herring family and the anchovy family, Engraulidae. The group includes many of the most important food fish. Clupeiformes are physostomes, which means that the gas bladder has a pneumatic duct connecting it to the gut, they lack a lateral line, but still have the eyes and scales that are common to most fish, though not all fish have these attributes. They are silvery fish with streamlined, spindle-shaped and they school. Most species eat plankton; the order includes about 405 species in seven families: Order Clupeiformes Suborder Denticipitoidei Family Denticipitidae Suborder Clupeoidei Family Engraulidae Subfamily Coiliinae Subfamily Engraulinae Family Spratelloididae Family Pristigasteridae Subfamily Pristigasterinae Subfamily Pelloninae Family Chirocentridae Family Dussumieriidae s.s. Family Clupeidae [incl. Sundasalangidae) Subfamily Clupeinae Subfamily Ehiravinae Subfamily Alosinae Subfamily Dorosomatinae Sepkoski, Jack. "A compendium of fossil marine animal genera".

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Albany Movement

The Albany Movement was a desegregation and voters' rights coalition formed in Albany, Georgia, in November 1961. Local black leaders and ministers, as well as members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People founded the group. In December 1961, at the request of some senior leaders of The Albany Movement, Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference became involved in assisting the Albany group with organizing protests and demonstrations meant to draw attention to the continued and brutally enforced racial segregation practices in Southwest Georgia. However, many leaders in SNCC were fundamentally opposed to King and the SCLC's involvement, as they felt a more democratic grassroots approach aimed at long-term solutions was preferable for the area than King's tendency towards short-term, authoritatively-run organizing. Although the Albany Movement is deemed by some as a failure due to its unsuccessful attempt at desegregating public spaces in Southwest Georgia, those most directly involved in the Movement tend to disagree, citing it as a beneficial lesson in strategy and tactics for the leaders of the civil rights movement and a key component to the movement's future successes in desegregation and policy changes in other areas of the Deep South.

Prior to the forming of the Albany Movement coalition, there had been neither formal organized protests against the segregated public facilities in Albany, nor challenges to the Jim Crow laws prohibiting and deterring black voter registration, although one small band of local black leaders had attempted at one point to petition the city's commissioners for the desegregation of a few public spaces, to no avail. With the arrival of three young SNCC field workers in October 1961, came the concentrated organization of voter registration and mass meetings, culminating in the formation, alongside other civil right groups, of the Albany Movement; the established African-American leadership in Albany was resistant to the activities of the incoming SNCC activists. C. W. King, an African-American real estate agent in Albany, was the SNCC agents' main initial contact. H. C. Boyd, the preacher at Shiloh Baptist in Albany allowed Sherrod to use part of his church to recruit people for meetings on nonviolence.

For decades, the situation in segregated Albany had been insufferable for its black inhabitants, who made up 40% of the town's population. At the time of the Albany Movement's formation, sexual assaults against female students of all-black Albany State College by white men remained ignored by law enforcement officials. Local news stations such as WALB and newspapers such as The Albany Herald refused to truthfully report on the abuse suffered by the Movement workers at the hands of local white people referring to blacks as "niggers nigras" on air and in print. Thomas Chatmon, the head of the local Youth Council of the NAACP was opposed to Sherrod and Reagon's activism; as a result of Chatmon pressing his opposition some members of the African-American Criterion Club in Albany considered driving Sherrod and Reagon out of town, but they did not take this action. On November 1, 1961, at the urging and with full support of Reagon and Sherrod, local black Albany students tested the Federal orders of the Interstate Commerce Commission which ruled that "no bus facility, bus, or driver could deny access to its facilities based on race".

The students obeyed local authorities and peacefully left the station after having been denied access to the white waiting room and threatened with arrest for having attempted to desegregate it. In response to this, Albany Mayor Asa Kelley, the city commission, police chief Laurie Pritchett formulated a plan to arrest anyone who tried to press for desegregation on charges of disturbing the peace. On November 22, 1961, the Trailways terminal was once again tested for compliance, this time by a group of youth activists from both the NAACP and SNCC; the students were arrested. In protest of the arrests, more than 100 students from Albany State College marched from their campus to the courthouse; the first mass meeting of the Albany Movement took place soon after at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. At the same time, C. W. King's son, C. B. King, a lawyer, was pushing the case of Charles Ware from nearby Baker County, Georgia against Sheriff L. Warren Johnson of that county for shooting him multiple times while in police custody.

These developing conditions where the limits of segregation and oppression of African Americans were being tested led to a meeting at the home of Slater King, another son of C. W. King, including representatives of eight organizations. Besides local officers of the NAACP and SNCC, the meeting included Albany's African-American Ministerial Alliance, as well as the city's African-American Federated Women's Clubs. Most of the people at this meeting wanted to try for negotiation more than direct action, they formed the Albany Movement to coordinate their leadership, with William G. Anderson made president on the recommendation of Slater King, Slater King was made vice president; the incorporation documents were the work of C. B. King, it became a broad-front nonviolent attack on every aspect of segregation within the city. Bus stations and lunch counters reserved for White Americans were occupied by African Americans, boycotts were launched, hundreds

Vimmerby Municipality

Vimmerby Municipality is a municipality in Kalmar County, south-eastern Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Vimmerby. Stångån is a small river running through the municipality; the municipality was created by the local government reform of 1971, when the City of Vimmerby was amalgamated with the surrounding rural municipalities to form an entity of unitary type. There are 6 urban areas in Vimmerby Municipality. In the table the localities are listed according to the size of the population as of December 31, 2005; the municipal seat is in bold characters. Distribution of the 49 seats in the municipal council after the 2010 election: Social Democratic Party 17 Moderate Party 13 Centre Party 9 Christian Democrats 3 Sweden Democrats 2 Green Party 2 Liberal People's Party 1Results of the 2010 Swedish general election in Vimmerby: Social Democratic Party 35.6% Moderate Party 25.6% Centre Party 12.4% Sweden Democrats 6.3% Christian Democrats 6.3% Green Party 4.6% Left Party 4.2% Liberal People's Party 3.9% Sister cities are cities or towns related to one another in size and history.

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