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Gentofte Municipality

Gentofte Kommune is a municipality in the Capital Region of Denmark on the east coast of the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. It covers an area of 25.54 km2, has a total population of 74,548. Since 1993, its mayor has been a member of the Conservative People's Party; the municipality is an amalgamation of three independent towns, several other local settlements, all close to one another. The site of its municipal council is in Charlottenlund; the three original towns were Gentofte and Ordrup. It included Tuborg, Dyssegård, Hellerup, Jægersborg, Klampenborg. Neighboring municipalities are Lyngby-Taarbæk to the north, Gladsaxe to the west, Copenhagen to the south; the Øresund, the strait that separates Zealand from Sweden, is to the east. Gentofte municipality was not merged with other municipalities in the 1 January 2007 nationwide Kommunalreformen. Population of Gentofte: Bellavista housing estate and Bellevue Teatret designed by Arne Jacobsen Bernstorff Palace Charlottenlund palace and forest Ordrupgaard – art museum, French impressionists, Paul Gauguin, Danish paintings from around 1900, varying special exhibitions.

Gentofte Sportspark – football stadium, home stadium of Hellerup IK Kildeskovshallen- swimming pool, including other facilities such as two halls for ball game, a physiotherapist clinique, fitness centre, conference rooms, a restaurant. Øregård Museum Gentofte Municipality is home to four public upper secondary schools: Øregård and Gammel Hellerup in Hellerup, Aurehøj in Gentofte and Ordrup Gymnasium in Ordrup. Gentofte Municipality is home to the private Rygaards International School and Copenhagen International School, although the latter are going to relocate to new premises that are under construction in the Nordhavn district of Copenhagen. Gentofte Studenterkursus offers a 2-year programme; the most important parks are Hellerup Beach Park, Bernstorff Park. Natural habitats are found at Gentofte Sø, a huge lake with lots of birds on it, Ermelunden in Jægersborg and Gammelmose in Vangede, Øregård Park with a beautiful lake, benches and a playground. A small section of Jægersborg Dyrehave extends into the municipality, while the rest, including the Dyrehavsbakken fun fair, is in Lyngby-Taarbæk.

John Brown, merchant Arne Jacobsen and furniture designer, who built extensively in Gentofte and lived on Strandvejen. Shipping tycoon Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller had his residence in the municipality. Composer Per Nørgård was born in Gentofte. Writer Dan Turèll lived in the Vangede part of Gentofte from 1955–1964 and again from 1966–1969, he documented these years in his 1975 book "Vangede billeder". Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, he moved to Los Angeles in 1980. Singer and songwriter Agnes Obel was born in Gentofte, she moved to Berlin in 2005. Musician Alex Vargas was born in Gentofte, he moved to London at 17. Ballet dancer Erik Bruhn Gentofte station Gentofte Hospital Steno Diabetes Center Kildeskovshallen Gentofte Town Hall Official website Local Portal Dit-Gentofte - Local media in Gentofte Municipal statistics: NetBorger Kommunefakta, delivered from KMD aka Kommunedata Municipal mergers and neighbors: Eniro new municipalities map Demography: Statistical Yearbook of Copenhagen. ISBN 87-7024-230-5

Cross Keys Union order of battle

The following United States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Cross Keys of the American Civil War. The Confederate order of battle is listed separately. MG = Major General BG = Brigadier General Col = Colonel Ltc = Lieutenant Colonel Maj = Major Cpt = Captain MG John C. Frémont MG John C. Frémont MG Irvin McDowell June 8, 1862 - Battle of Cross Keys, Va; the War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. United States War Department. Volume XII, Chapter XXIV, pp. 664–682

WHOP (AM)

WHOP is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to and serving Hopkinsville, United States, the station serves the Clarksville-Hopkinsville area radio market; the station is owned by Forcht Broadcasting. The station first began broadcasting on January 6, 1940, it is the Hopkinsville area's long-time home of CBS Radio, that affiliation remains with the station to this day. As a news-talk-information format radio station, WHOP's programming content includes local newscasts, public affairs programs. Syndicated radio programs on WHOP include The Rush Limbaugh Show, The Dave Ramsey Show, Coast to Coast AM, America in the Morning. Hourly national news updates are provided by CBS Radio News. WHOP provides programming from Premiere Radio Networks. Sports programming on WHOP-AM includes regionally syndicated sports packages of live coverage of games, including: MLB Cincinnati Reds baseball from the Cincinnati Reds Radio Network University of Kentucky Wildcats football, men's, women's basketball games from the UK Sports Network, NHL's Nashville Predators hockey from the Predators Radio Network.

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