Galena is a city in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area in the U. S. state of Alaska. At the 2010 census the population was 470, with a 2016 estimate of 488 inhabitants. Galena was established in 1918, a military airfield was built adjacent to the city during World War II; the city was incorporated in 1971. The Koyukon Athabascans moved as the wild game migrated. In the summer many families floated on rafts to the Yukon River to fish for salmon. There were 12 summer fish camps located on the Yukon River between the Koyukuk River and the Nowitna River. Galena was established in 1918 near an Athabascan fish camp called Henry's Point, it became a supply and point for nearby lead ore mines that opened in 1918 and 1919, from which the place takes its name. In 1941 and 1942, during World War II, a military air field was built adjacent to the civilian airport, the two facilities shared the runway and flight line facilities; this air field was designated Galena Air Force Station shortly after the split of the United States Air Force from the United States Army, which occurred as a result of the National Security Act of 1947.
During the 1950s, the construction of additional military facilities at Galena and the nearby Campion Air Force Station, in support of Galena's mission as a forward operating base under the auspices of the 5072nd Air Base Group, headquartered at Elmendorf Air Force Base, near Anchorage, provided improvements to the airport and the local infrastructure, causing economic growth for the area. Following the end of the Cold War, in 1993, operation of Galena Air Force Station was turned over to a contractor, all military personnel were withdrawn with only small groups of active personnel visiting the base on an as-needed basis; the former military facility remains in use as a forward operating location, used by the military. This use came under scrutiny by the Base Realignment and Closure Committee in the late 2000s and was closed October 1, 2010; the Air Force retains responsibility for toxin cleanup in the area and engineers from Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks still visit the site on occasion.
The base is now controlled by the City of Galena, the Galena School District and the Alaska Department of Transportation. The Alaska Wing of the Civil Air Patrol was pursuing retaining one of the F-16 fighter hangars as a CAP facility for the CAP Wing in Galena, the "Yukon Squadron"; the City of Galena gained notoriety in 2011 when it was noted in media reports as being the US community which received the most benefits from lobbying efforts. The town evaded bankruptcy by aggressively lobbying for state and federal funds for the GILA boarding school in the town, which produced funds that turned the city's finances around. In May 2013, Galena suffered a freak catastrophic flood when the spring breakup on the Yukon River caused an ice jam 20 miles downstream, backing up the river and affecting 90% of homes in the city; this flood was on the scale of a flood never seen before by Galena residents. In the part of town closest to the river, houses were submerged to the roofs in water, properties on higher ground suffered damage also.
Most of the residents had to evacuate in thanks to the efforts of the local airline, volunteer missionary pilots, the Alaska National Guard. Some of the residents chose to stay behind and took refuge in the few last remaining dry parts of town; the flood dike the Air Force built around the runway managed to keep the river from inundating the runway and GILA. Efforts are underway to help Galena rebuild, with the assistance of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and volunteer groups. Galena is located at 64°44′26″N 156°53′8″W. Galena is located on the north bank of the Yukon River, 45 mi east of Nulato; the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge is southwest of Galena. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 24.0 square miles, of which, 17.9 square miles of it is land and 6.1 square miles of it is water. Galena is inaccessible by road to other parts of Alaska. Residents rely on river cargo in the brief summer season for the bulk of its needs, by air travel to access the outside world.
Galena first appeared on the 1890 U. S. Census as the unincorporated native village of "Notaloten", it would not appear again until 1930. It formally incorporated as a city in 1971; as of the census of 2010, there were 470 people, 190 households, 123 families residing in the city. The population density was 26.3 people per square mile. There were 264 housing units at an average density of 14.7 per square mile. The racial makeup of the city was 29.4% White, 0.0% Black or African American, 63.6% Native American, 0.6% Asian, 0.0% Pacific Islander, 0.20% from other races, 6.2% from two or more races. 2.3 % of the population were Latino of any race. In the city, the age distribution of the population shows 29.3% under the age of 18, 11.0% from 20 to 29, 20.8% from 30 to 44, 27.6% from 45 to 64, 10.4% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 36.8 years. There were 229 females, 166 of whom were 18 years and over, 241 males, 171 of whom were 18 years and over; the median income for a household in the city was $60,313, the median income for a family was $62,917.
The per capita income for the city was $26,551. About 11.5% of the population were below the poverty line and 18.9% were below 125 percent of the poverty line. The headquarters for the Koyukuk/Innoko/Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge is located in Galena; the City of Galena is incorporated as a first-class city, governed by a city council. The city's ma
Goniobranchus setoensis is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Chromodorididae. This species was known as Chromodoris setoensis for many years before it was transferred to the genus Goniobranchus on the basis of molecular evidence in 2012; this species was described from Japan. It has been confused with Goniobranchus decorus and many records of G. decorus are in fact misidentifications. It occurs in the central Indo-Pacific region from Japan to Sri Lanka, as far east as the Marshall Islands and Kiribati; the two species are sympatric in the Marshall Islands. The body of this chromodorid nudibranch is translucent white with opaque white lines, purple spots and a sub-surface margin of orange-red. There is a white line around the centre of the back and a line running from between the rhinophores to the middle of the back where it divides to pass around the gills in a loop. Outside the outer white line is a row or double row of purple spots which never have a halo of white around them.
Trefin is a village in the Welsh-speaking area of North Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. It is sometimes given the anglicised spelling Trevine on older maps, although the official name is Trefin in both English and Welsh. Trefin's name comes from the Welsh Trefaen meaning'village on the rock outcrop'; the rock outcrop can be seen in many places around Trefin its centre. The village lies within the community of Llanrhian. Although small, Trefin is an historical village, it is linked to the Archdruid Crwys, born in Craig Cefn Parc and the historic mill at Aberfelin is the subject of his poem Melin Trefin. The mill was in use for around 500 years and was used by the villagers of Trefin and surrounding areas. Wheat was milled to produce flour for barley was ground into winter feed for livestock. By the 1900s cheap grain was being imported from overseas and milled in larger mills in towns and cities and Trefin Mill closed in 1918; the mill stones remain in the ruins of the roofless mill. Trefin is an area of outstanding beauty, surrounded by the Irish Sea and on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, between Porthgain and Abercastle.
It is on the route of the Strumble Shuttle bus service, part of the Pembrokeshire Greenways public transport service. Trefin lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal area included in the National parks of the United Kingdom. Trefin is a small village of around 130 people, houses a weaving centre, The Mill cafe, two chapels, a pub The Ship Inn, a hostel'Old School Hostel' as well as holiday accommodation. Nearby villages include Llanrhian, Porthgain, Mathry and Compass, Penparc and Croesgoch. Edgar Phillips born 8 October 1889: Welsh poet and served as Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales Cerys Matthews: singer, songwriter and broadcaster Map 2001 Census Data for Trefin Photos of Trefin and surrounding area on geograph.org.uk
This article is about the current Mexican luchador with the character name Dragon Lee. For the original Dragon Lee, see Místico II. For the South Korean martial arts star, see Dragon Lee. Dragon Lee is a Mexican luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler known for his work for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, where he used a tecnico wrestling character. Dragon Lee's real name is not a matter of public record, as is the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. Dragon Lee works for Ring of Honor, where he is the current ROH World Television Champion in his first reign, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, under the name Ryu Lee, where he is a former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion. Dragon Lee is the son of professional wrestler Arturo Muñoz, known under the ring name La Bestia del Ring, where the family relationship is publicly acknowledged, he is the second person to use the Dragon Lee ring persona and mask, the first Dragon Lee being his older brother Carlos, who now wrestles under the ring name Místico.
Dragon Lee has another brother, who works under the ring name Rush. Dragon Lee was voted the 2014 Rookie of the Year by readers of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. In April 2015, Dragon Lee won his first professional wrestling title, the CMLL World Lightweight Championship. Lee is the fourth wrestler to win titles in ROH, CMLL and NJPW after Rocky Romero, Matt Taven and Tama Tonga; the man known under the ring name Dragon Lee was born on May 15, 1995, in Tala, in the Mexican state of Jalisco, son of professional wrestler Arturo Muñoz, who had worked as Toro Blanco, Poder Boriqua, Poder Mexico and Comandante Pierroth over the years. Dragon Lee's two older brothers grew up to become professional wrestlers as well, with the oldest of the brothers, making his wrestling debut in 2008 and would become known as "Rush". Another of Dragon Lee's brothers, became a professional wrestler in 2011, adopting the enmascarado character Dragon Lee initially. In 2012 the original Dragon Lee was offered the opportunity to take over the Místico character after the original wrestler under the Místico mask left Mexico.
It was public knowledge that Dragon Lee had taken over the Místico character, leaving the mask and character of Dragon Lee behind. Dragon Lee's uncles are professional wrestlers, known as Franco Columbo, Pit Bull I and Pit Bull II and all had a hand in training Dragon Lee prior to his professional wrestling debut. At the age of 14 his father took him to Mexico City to start training in amateur wrestling, participating in several wrestling events, he would participate in boxing but, as Dragon Lee recalls in a 2015 interview, during his first match he performed a Suplex on his opponent and was disqualified. At that point he realized. Muñoz began training in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre's gym in 2013, working towards a contract to become a regular wrestler for CMLL, he made his first public appearance as Dragon Lee on November 20, 2013 when he competed in CMLL's 2013 Bodybuilding Contest, winning the beginners category while CMLL regulars Pequeño Olimpico and Stukita took second and third place.
He made his in ring debut for CMLL on January 1, 2014, as part of the 2014 La Copa Junior tournament. During the match Dragon Lee eliminated Herodes, Jr. but was himself eliminated by Cachorro as the third man eliminated in the tournament, won by Super Halcón, Jr. Dragon Lee was referred to as part of CMLL's Generacion 2014, a group of wrestlers who all made their debut around January, 2014 and included Black Panther, Espiritu Negro, Hechicero, El Rebelde and Star, Jr. A month after his CMLL debut Dragon Lee participated in the 2014 Torneo Gran Alternativa tournament, an annual a tag team tournament that has a wrestling rookie team up with an experienced wrestler for the tournament. For the tournament, Dragon Lee teamed up with older brother Rush. In the first round the brothers defeated Negro Casas and Canelo Casas went on to defeat Herodes, Jr. and Shocker in the second round before losing to eventual tournament winners Bárbaro Cavernario and Mr. Niebla in the tournament semi-final. On March 23, 2014 Dragon Lee was one of 16 wrestlers in a tornero cibernetico match, hoping to qualify for one of eight spots in CMLL's annual En Busca de un Ídolo tournament.
Dragon Lee was one of the eight survivors of the match alongside Cachorro, Guerrero Negro Jr. Hechicero, Star Jr. Soberano Jr. and Super Halcon Jr. and thus qualified for the actual tournament. The first round consisted of a round-robin tournament where he wrestled against all other participants. Following the matches each wrestler was given points by a panel of judges as well as points from an online poll; the first round saw Dragon Lee in 4th place with 423 points following victories over Cachorro, Guerrero Negro, Jr. and Soberano, Jr. 423 points qualified him for the second round along with Cavernario and Cachorro. Dragon Lee only defeated Cachorro during the second round. On August 25, 2014 it was announced that Dragon Lee would team up with fellow rookie Cachorro for the CMLL 81st Anniversary Show, marking Dragon Lee first appearance at CMLL's Anniversary Shows, the promotion's most important show of the year, they were scheduled to compete in the first match against the brother-duo of Tiger.
Zlatko Ćosić is a video artist born in Banja Luka, Yugoslavia. Ćosić’s work spans a number of disciplines, including short films, video installations, theater projections, live audio-visual performances. His work relates to issues of identity and the complexities of living in unfamiliar cultural environments. Ćosić’s artwork has been shown in over fifty countries, for which he has received a variety of recognition. Since 1997, he works in Saint Louis. Ćosić has received grants and fellowships including the Regional Arts Commission Artist Fellowship and a Kranzberg Grant for a video installation at Laumeier Sculpture Park. His video Horizons has been an official selection at film festivals in the United States, Denmark, France and Poland and was a prize winner at the 2010 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, the 2010 Macon Film Festival, the 2010 Sunscreen Film Festival. Ćosić's video Elans won the Pulitzer’s Film Competition in St. Louis and it was finalist at the Digital Graffiti festival in Florida.
His video Spaces was screened in numerous film festivals in North America and Europe and won an award at the St. Louis International Film Festival. Ćosić's video Story 1: Scenes 1-9 won Best Experimental Film at the 2017 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, he collaborated with the 60x60 Project creating 200 videos, which have been presented at the Spark Festival, TNA TV in France, EMM Festival, LOOP Videoart Festival, Printemps Musical d'Annecy, Kulturkiosken Gallery, Stimultania Art Gallery and at other venues in France, Sweden, Serbia and USA. Ćosić's solo exhibition Still Adjusting at Gallery 210 was reviewed in the June 2014 issue of Art in America.Ćosić's artwork has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Museum, Kemper Art Museum, Regional Arts Commission, Gallery 210, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery, Sheldon Art Galleries, Des Lee Gallery, SOHA Gallery, Arcade Gallery, Bruno David Gallery and Laumeier Sculpture Park, all in St. Louis. Ćosić's videos have screened at The Pulitzer Foundation for Arts.
Tetovo Film Festival, Macedonia. "Zlatko Ćosić's struggle between cultures and identity influences his art", Don Marsh/Mary Edwards, St. Louis Public Radio/NPR, October 13, 2017 "Webster’s Zlatko Ćosić Portrays Nature Through Motion Painting", Yue Zhang, The Journal, November 16, 2016 "Sounding the Bell: Zlatko Ćosić's "South Slavic Requiem", Stefene Russell, St. Louis Magazine, September 17, 2015 "Video artist Zlatko Ćosić celebrates harmony, commemorates conflict in simultaneous exhibits", Steve Potter/Áine O’Connor, St. Louis Public Radio/NPR, October 16, 2015 "Review of "Still Adjusting" exhibition at Gallery 210", Jessica Baran, Art in America, July 7, 2014 "What’s in a Name", exhibition e
Robert M. Frankston is the co-creator with Dan Bricklin of the VisiCalc spreadsheet program and the co-founder of Software Arts, the company that developed it. Frankston graduated in 1966 from Stuyvesant High School in New York City and in 1970 from M. I. T. Frankston has received numerous honors and awards for his work: Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery "for the invention of VisiCalc, a new metaphor for data manipulation that galvanized the personal computing industry" MIT William L. Stewart Award for co-founding the M. I. T. Student Information Processing Board; the Association for Computing Machinery Software System Award The MIT LCS Industrial Achievement Award The Washington Award from the Western Society of Engineers In 2004, he was made a Fellow of the Computer History Museum "for advancing the utility of personal computers by developing the VisiCalc electronic spreadsheet." Following his work with Dan Bricklin, Frankston "later worked at Lotus and Microsoft." Frankston became an outspoken advocate for reducing the role of telecommunications companies in the evolution of the Internet with respect to broadband and mobile communications.
He coined the term "Regulatorium" to describe what he considers collusion between telecommunication companies and their regulators that prevents change. Bob Frankston's site/blog Biographical article from Smart Computing Bob Frankston interviewed on the TV show Triangulation on the TWiT.tv network