Elyton, was the county seat of Jefferson County, Alabama from 1821 to 1873. It was the county's second seat, after Carrollsville. In 1873 the courthouse was moved to Birmingham; the area, Elyton is bordered by 7th Street Southwest and Cotton Avenue in the West End of Birmingham. Elyton was incorporated as a town December 20, 1820, it was created to be the county seat with a 160-acre grant negotiated by federal land agent William Ely, of Connecticut. The new town was named in his honor; the site was called Frog Level, was known as a sporting grounds for horse races. In 1821 Elyton had 300 residents, grew to over 1,000 by 1873. Elyton was listed on the 1880 U. S. Census as having a population of 700. During this time Elyton was an important community in middle Alabama, it was the residence of U. S. Representative Thomas Haughey and the headquarters of the Elyton Presbytery. In 1850 merchant John Cantley established Jefferson County's first newspaper. After many ownerships and name changes the paper became the Birmingham Post-Herald in 1950.
The community was incorporated as a municipality in 1907, but was annexed into Birmingham as part of the Greater Birmingham legislation which took effect on January 1, 1910. Frank W. Smith was the only mayor of Elyton; the Board of Aldermen was composed of Ollis Brown, Van Smith, C. M. Bitz, T. T. Alley, W. M. Marriner; the name is still preserved in a food market in the area. It is still used in news reports to refer to this area of Birmingham
Tokyo Vampire Hotel is a 2017 Japanese nine-part horror television miniseries directed by Sion Sono. All episodes were released on Amazon Video on June 16, 2017. A special feature-length cut running 2 hours and 22 minutes was shown at various festivals, including the 2017 Chicago International Film Festival; the theme song "Tokyo Vampire Hotel" is performed by the Japanese math rock band tricot. Manami is targeted by the Corvins on her 22nd birthday; that night, young men and women are invited to Hotel Requiem for a special coupling party held by Yamada, a Corvin vampire who lives in and operates the ornately beautiful, palatial hotel with his partner Elizabeth Báthory. Yamada declares to the gathered crowd that the world is ending and only the people inside the hotel will be saved; the Dracula vampire K, who possesses tremendous power, struggles against the other vampires to save Manami. Ami Tomite as Manami Yumi Adachi as Empress Megumi Kagurazaka as Elizabeth Báthory Kaho as K Shinnosuke Mitsushima as Yamada Akihiro Kitamura as Gen Ayumu Yokuyama as Dre Nana Mori as Akari The series was developed as part of a push by Amazon Prime Video to release more Japanese titles.
James Farrell, head of Asia Pacific content, Amazon Prime Video, said, "Our focus is to work with the content creators to be innovative and deliver a content experience only available on Amazon. Right from the first episode customers will see something they haven’t seen before that’s awesome and different. With his unique voice and baroque style, Sono puts his mark on any genre." Sono himself said, "I had wanted to make an original vampire movie for a long time. I approached it as if making a movie. I am proud to say we've produced something that has never been done before either as TV drama or feature film." In addition to filming in the elaborate hotel set constructed in Tokyo, Sono convinced Amazon to let him film in Romania. The series features Bran Castle, the Salina Turda salt mine, other spots in Transylvania, where Sono and his crew filmed for five days. "If we didn't film in Romania, the series wouldn't have any power," Sono told The Japan Times, "I had to do it. Just shooting in Tokyo would have been no good."
All episodes were released on Amazon Video on June 16, 2017, with episode 8 split into two parts for streaming. A special feature-length cut running 2 hours and 22 minutes was shown at various film festivals, including the 2017 Chicago International Film Festival. Official website Tokyo Vampire Hotel on IMDb
Hester Ulrich is a fictional character in the horror-comedy television series Scream Queens, portrayed by Lea Michele. Hester is introduced as a pledge of the popular Kappa Kappa Tau sorority at Wallace University, she faked suffering from scoliosis and is accepted as a pledge due to Dean Cathy Munch's new rule that everyone who would like to join the University's fraternities and sororities is welcome to. She was the main antagonist of season one, it was announced on January 17, 2015 that Lea Michele had been cast as a series regular for an unspecified role revealed to be Hester. Ryan Murphy revealed that he cast Michele for the role of Hester, so that she could play the murderer, a drastic change from her character in Glee. During her scenes as the Red Devil, Hester was portrayed by stuntman Riley Schmidt. A female actress, Olga Wilhelmine Munding, was hired for episodes for Hester's scenes in the costume. Hester has olive-colored skin, dirty brown hair and brown eyes. Hester's style is described as pretty nerdy.
She wears floral skirts and a bad nylon tracksuit jacket from the'80s. Hester wears a neck brace because of her scoliosis. Chanel calls her "Neckbrace" because of this; as Chanel #6, Hester wears Chanel's white and pastel glamour dresses, fur coats and sparkly high platforms. Hester is crazy, two-faced, is different from the other girls in Kappa Kappa Tau, she has a serious obsession with death, dead bodies and, gets sexually attracted to them. She always has the idea of death flowing into her mind. Hester is a massive Chanel wannabe, will do anything to please and protect Chanel, is loyal towards her. At the same time, she wants to take everything from Chanel, become the true leader of Kappa house, she wants to become Chanel #1 and will do anything to steal Chanel's boyfriend, Chad Radwell, so much so that she lies about being pregnant with his baby. Hester likes to take her life to the extreme and experiment, but deep down she is pretty afraid and human, like when she and Chad find Ms. Bean's body in the Haunted House, thinking it was a wax figure.
Unlike her twin brother, Hester is open about her psychotic, death-obsessed personality, is calm and comfortable when someone points it out. This allows Hester to slip past and fool everyone into thinking. Hester Ulrich was born in October 1995 as Hester Doyle, the daughter of Kappa pledge Sophia Doyle, who died from blood loss after giving birth in the bathtub due to the neglect of the sorority president and her minions, she and her twin, were raised in a mental asylum by a depressed Gigi Caldwell, who grieved for 3 years over her sister Amy's suicide. Gigi managed to improve enough to teach the children how to be serial killers, so that they can conduct their 20-year-long plan for revenge against Kappa Kappa Tau. Hester stole an asylum patient's neck brace for her disguise, her brother pretended to be gay. After being released, she managed to get into Wallace University. Hester refers to herself as Boone as the muscle, it is revealed that their biological father is Wes Gardner, the father of Hester's KKT sister Grace Gardner.
In the pilot episode, she is nicknamed "Neckbrace" by Chanel Oberlin, witnesses the death of Ms. Bean and fellow Kappa pledge Tiffany DeSalle, she has an obsession with death, shown when she gives several ways to dispose of Chanel #2's body, all which are disgusting and insane. In "Chainsaw", she snoops around Chanel's closet before being caught. Chanel completely transforms her into Chanel #6 and removes the neck brace, horrifying #5. Hester's evil plan comes to light when she announces her pregnancy to Chanel, furious once she learns that it was fake and that Chad will still get her pregnant anyway, she stops it by pushing Hester down the Kappa staircase, breaking her neck and killing her. Hester returns alive, however, at the Radwell's Thanksgiving dinner, where she is insulted by his family; this causes Hester and Chanel to make amends with one another after Chanel stands up to Chad and his family. She witnesses Gigi's severed head on a platter, she is trapped alongside the other Chanels. She, # 3 and # 5 escape.
Hester joins the plan to kill Dean Munsch but the group fails to do so. In "Dorkus", Pete decides to tell Grace everything and reveals that he discovered the identity of the female bathtub baby, he reveals that it is one of her sisters and is about to tell her, before Hester as the Red Devil breaks out of the closet and kills him. Grace and Zayday go through all of their sisters' profiles and discover that Hester's is faked and she took classes that could help her become the Red Devil, they return home to confront her but she has stabbed herself in the eye and puts the blame on Chanel #5. Earlier that day, Hester killed a pizza delivery guy to point the finger towards Melanie Dorkus. In "The Final Girl", Hester confesses her crimes in a narration and proceeds to frame the Chanels for the murder. In 2016, she is the treasurer of Kappa Kappa Tau and while polishing a memorial for the kids who were killed, Cathy confronts Hester about her being the killer and threatens to turn her into the police.
Hester retaliates by threatening to turn Cathy to the police for the cover up of Sophia Doyle's death back in 1995, the murder of her ex-husband. The two agree to keep the other's secret and part ways. Hester confessed to her crimes t
Alexander Adolfovich Winkler Alexandre Adolfovitch Winkler, was a Russian pianist and music educator of German descent. Winkler completed his studies in law at the University of Kharkiv in 1887 and studied piano at the Kharkiv Music School of the Russian Musical Society, graduating in 1889, he continued to study piano with Alphonse Duvernoy in Paris, in Vienna with Theodor Leschetizky, where he was a composition student of Karel Navrátil. Winkler returned to the music school in Kharkiv as Professor of Piano from 1890 to 1896. On the recommendation of Leschetizky, he was invited to Saint Petersburg to teach at the Conservatory, where he had piano classes from 1896 to 1924, becoming Professor of Piano in 1909; the young Sergei Prokofiev was one of his pupils from 1905. From 1907, Winkler was music critic for the German-language newspaper St. Petersburgische Zeitung. Like many professors of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, he was a member of the Belyayev circle, a creative group of musicians led by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, which affected his compositional work.
In 1924, Winkler emigrated to France, where from 1925 he taught at the University of Franche-Comté in Besançon. Apart from a few songs, Winkler composed only instrumental music, notably compositions for piano and chamber music, he made piano transcriptions for a number of works by Mikhail Glinka, Alexander Glazunov and Rimsky-Korsakov including Capriccio Espagnol and the ballet Raymonda, as well as orchestral works by Alexander Scriabin. OrchestraEn Bretagne, Ouverture-fantaisie sur 3 chants bretons, Op. 13 Variations sur un thème russe, Op. 16 Dramatic Overture ConcertanteAir finnois varié for violin and orchestra, Op. 18 Dernier Printemps for cello and orchestra Chamber musicString Quartet No. 1 in C major, Op. 7 Piano Quartet in G minor, Op. 8 String Quartet No. 2 in D major, Op. 9 Sonata in C minor for viola and piano, Op. 10 String Quintet in E minor for 2 violins, 2 violas and cello, Op. 11 String Quartet No. 3 in B♭ major, Op. 14 Piano Trio in F♯ minor, Op. 17 Sonata in D minor for cello and piano, Op. 19.
Henry T. Brush was an American architect who practiced in Detroit, Michigan in the latter part of the 19th century. Brush was born in the son of Amanda Brush. Henry's father was from Canada and died by the time he was 11. Amanda remarried William Cicero Grant, instrumental in the early education of Henry and his older brother James. William was a mathematical instrument maker. Henry started working in 1868 at the age of 18 as an architect/draughtsman in Detroit. In 1872, Henry obtained a job at the Detroit architect office of J. V. Smith & Co; the next year, he moved to the firm of Porter & Watkins for a short time before he and Hugh Smith formed their own company. In the second half of 1875, Hugh and Henry formed separate firms. George D. Mason started his architectural career with Smith’s new firm in an effort to learn to design cornices from him, but that only lasted a summer. By fall, Mason had moved to Henry's firm. Henry’s firm must have struggled, either from the split with Smith, or the ongoing economic depression, seeing that Mason worked for nine months there without pay.
In 1878, Mason left Henry's firm. That same year, Henry formed a new partnership with John M. Donaldson. Brush and Donaldson remained partners until Henry's death in 1879. In 1872, Henry married Jeanie Flora Campbell. In 1874, their first and only child, Annie Frances, was born. Jeanie soon succumbed to complications of the birth, dying on September 18, 1874. In 1876, Henry married Charlotte M. Grosvernor; the next year, Frederick F. Brush, was born. During the late 1870s, Henry suffered from chronic bouts of depression due to the loss of his first wife and business failures due to the economic upheavals in the country resulting from the Panic of 1873. On July 15, 1879, at about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, after lunch with his family, he proceeded up to his workroom in his house on 157 Wayne Street in downtown Detroit. A while his wife checked on him and he seemed fine consulting some books and working on some drawings. Upon her leaving, Henry removed two revolvers from the desk drawer and positioned himself on the floor of his workroom.
He placed the two revolvers in his mouth, one belonging to himself and one to Charlotte's father, discharged them both simultaneously. Charlotte married Henry's last business partner John M. Donaldson in 1882 and the two raised Fredrick as well as two children of their own and Bruce. Annie Frances, the daughter from Henry's first marriage to Jeanie Flora Campbell, was raised by the Campbell family in Orchard Lake, Michigan. All buildings are located in Detroit. Methodist Church of Canada, located on East Park near Queen, Ont. Canada Orchard Lake Chapel, Orchard Lake, Michigan Central Hall, Hillsdale College, Michigan Detroit Public Library – demolished, replaced by Downtown Library in 1932 Williamston School House, Michigan – burned, 1887 Ransom Gillis House Clement Lafferty House, West Fort Street between 12th and 13th streets – demolished George O. Robinson House, corner of Cass Avenue and Ledyard – demolished during WWII David Ward House, West Bloomfield Township, Michigan – demolished Ypsilanti High School, Michigan Twenty-first Street Public School Seventh-Day Adventists' Tabernacle, Battle Creek, Michigan Woman's Hospital and Foundlings' Home Public School Windsor, Ont.
Canada Shaarey Zedek Synagogue, at Antoine and Congress Streets Residence of Hon. T. W. Palmer, corner of Woodward and Farnsworth Residence of L. L. Farnsworth, corner of Woodward and Frederick Residence of A. H. West, Petite Cote, Ont. Canada Residence of W. H. Burk, Petite Cote, Ont. Canada Residence of Hon. Henry Heames, corner of Fort and 22nd Residence of Mrs. Caroline Eaton, Woodward opposite Frederick St. Residence of E. G. Allan, High St. between Woodward and John R. Residence of A. H. Muir, Jefferson Avenue Residence of J. J. Berger, corner of Russell and Congress Streets Residence of S. B. Dixon, Forest Avenue Residence of C. C. Hickey, Warren Avenue Residence of Wm. McGrath, corner of Cass and Forest Avenues Residence of Wm. J. Fowler, Cass Avenue Residence of Mrs. Willson, corner of High and Clifford Streets Public School building, Pennsylvania 63 Alfred Street: Where Capitalism Failed
This is a list of airports in Costa Rica, sorted by location. Costa Rica the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Caribbean Sea to the east; the country is divided into seven provinces, which are subdivided into 463 districts. Costa Rica's capital and largest city is San José. Transport in Costa Rica List of airports by ICAO code: M#MR - Costa Rica Wikipedia: WikiProject Aviation/Airline destination lists: North America#Costa Rica Dirección General de Aviación Civil - Costa Rica AIP Costa Rica: Part 3 Aerodromes "ICAO Location Indicators by State". International Civil Aviation Organization. 17 September 2010. "IATA Airline and Airport Code Search". International Air Transport Association. "UN Location Codes: Costa Rica". UN/LOCODE 2012-1. UNECE. 14 September 2012. – includes IATA codes "Airports in Costa Rica". World Aero Data. "Airports in Costa Rica". Great Circle Mapper