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Goshen, Alabama

Goshen is a town in Pike County, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 266, down from 300 in 2000, it incorporated in 1907. A post office called Goshen has been in operation since 1839; the town was named after the biblical Land of Goshen. Goshen is located at 31°43′11″N 86°7′33″W. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 2.5 square miles, of which 2.5 square miles is land and 0.40% is water. As of the census of 2000, there were 300 people, 138 households, 85 families residing in the town; the population density was 119.4 people per square mile. There were 146 housing units at an average density of 58.1 per square mile. The racial makeup of the town was 67.67% White, 29.33% Black or African American and 3.00% Native American. There were 138 households out of which 23.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 47.8% were married couples living together, 8.7% had a female householder with no husband present, 38.4% were non-families. 37.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 18.8% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older.

The average household size was 2.17 and the average family size was 2.86. In the town, the population was spread out with 23.3% under the age of 18, 5.0% from 18 to 24, 23.3% from 25 to 44, 26.3% from 45 to 64, 22.0% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 44 years. For every 100 females, there were 89.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 88.5 males. The median income for a household in the town was $24,219, the median income for a family was $28,393. Males had a median income of $22,969 versus $15,000 for females; the per capita income for the town was $13,664. About 17.2% of families and 23.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 39.0% of those under the age of eighteen and 15.9% of those sixty five or over. Goshen Public Schools are part of the Pike County School District. Schools in the district include Goshen Elementary School, Pike County Elementary School, Banks Middle School, Goshen High School, Pike County High School and the Troy-Pike Center for Technology.

Goshen Elementary School and Goshen High School are located in Goshen. Dr. Mark Bazzell is the Superintendent of Schools. Mike Pelton, former NFL defensive tackle and current defensive line coach for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets List of towns in Alabama Media related to Goshen, Alabama at Wikimedia Commons

Henri Ding

Henri Marius Ding was a French sculptor. Henri Ding was born in Grenoble, his most famous work is the Fontaine des trois ordres on the place Notre-Dame in Grenoble. It paid tribute to Dauphiné people who brought the beginnings of the French Revolution, was conducted to celebrate the events centennial in 1888. Ding died in Grenoble. Henry Ding received the Légion d'honneur. Most of his works can be seen in the Museum of Grenoble, his main works include: The Statue of Liberty named Marianne, à Vizille The Monument to Xavier Jouvin, in Grenoble Several sculptures in the church of Le Périer More than ten funerary monuments in the Saint Roch Cemetery, in Grenoble Henri Ding's works, on


Callers is an American indie rock band composed of Sara Lucas and Ryan Seaton joined by Don Goodwin, Keith Souza, Seth Manchester. The band crosses the genres of folk, blues and experimental alt-rock. In 2004, Sara Lucas and Ryan Seaton started working together, they moved to Providence, Rhode Island, where future album producers and bandmates Keith Souza and Seth Manchester run a studio called Machines with Magnets. A 2006 move brought them to New York. In 2008, they released the well-received Fortune, produced by Keith Souza; the spare instrumentation was enabled in part by Seaton's combining guitar and bass through the addition of a bass guitar string. 2009's touring included multiple dates supporting Western Vinyl label-mates Here. In 2010, they recorded the more arranged Life of Love, by which time drummer Don Godwin had become a regular member of the group, they began playing many shows with Wye Oak in 2011. In 2012, they released the album Reviver on Partisan to good reviews, they continued touring with Wye Oak and with Dirty Projectors.

They released the EP Further Out with fellow Western Vinyl artist Delicate Steve. Sara Lucas grew up singing from an early age in her native St. Louis, Missouri gospel and jazz. "Heroes included Mahalia Jackson, Betty Carter, Dinah Washington". She has studied classical guitar. Ryan Seaton's early interests ran more towards underground punk, he studied classical saxophone in college, only picking up the guitar later. Lucas co-founded the Latin alternative group LADAMA in 2014, she has performed with Olga Bell and featured on Bell's album Tempo. Ryan Seaton is a founder of the band Open House, along with Steven Reker, Eliot Krimsky, Matt Evans. Fortune Life of Love Reviver Further Out with Delicate Steve Callers Twitter page Callers at AllMusic Callers at Soundcloud

Richland County School District Two

Richland County School District Two is a nationally recognized school district located in suburban Columbia, South Carolina, United States, in the northeast section of Richland County. It is one of the fastest growing districts in South Carolina, with a current student population above 27,000, it operates 40 schools and centers, two district child development programs, two alternative schools, an adult/community center and several magnet centers and programs at all grade levels. Richland Two operates five high schools, with eleven magnet programs for high schools. Ridge View High School Blazers. Blythewood Middle School: Karis Mazyck, Principal Dent Middle School: Tamala Ashford, Principal Fine Arts Media Literacy Program The Learning Collaborative TWO Academies: Single Gender Program Kelly Mill Middle School Waves: Mark Sims, Principal Kelly Mill, Inc. Longleaf Middle School Leopards: Robert Jackson, Principal The School for Zoological and Botanical Studies: Kristin Ziegler, Lead Teacher STEAM Magnet at Longleaf Middle School Muller Road Middle School: Sean Bishton, Principal Summit Parkway Middle School: April Shell, Principal Academy of Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine STEM Institute of Design and Innovation E.

L. Wright Middle School: Malinda Taylor, Principal Leadership Academy Richland Two operates nineteen elementary schools, with three magnet programs for elementary students located on middle school campuses. Bethel-Hanberry Elementary School: Tracy Footman, Principal Bookman Road Elementary School: Dr. Kendra Hill, Principal Bridge Creek Elementary School: Kristen Eubanks, Principal Catawba Trail Elementary School: Denise Barth, Principal Center for Achievement: Center for Inquiry: Dr. Lyn Mueller, Lead teacher Center for Knowledge Center for Knowledge North Conder Elementary School: Paula China, Principal Forest Lake Elementary School: Dr. Kappy Steck, Principal Joseph Keels Elementary School: Alvera Butler, Principal Jackson Creek ELementary SChool:Dr. Sabina Mosso-Taylor Killian Elementary School: Dr. Robert Scotland, Principal Lake Carolina Elementary School Lower Campus: Dr. Andrea Berry, Principal Lake Carolina Elementary School Upper Campus: Jeff Williams, Principal Langford Elementary School: Kaseena Jackson, Principal Lonnie B. Nelson Elementary School: Karen Beaman, Principal North Springs Elementary School: Dr. David Holdzendorf, Principal Polo Road Elementary School: Dr. Cassandra S. Bosier, Principal Pontiac Elementary School: Dr. Katie Barber, Principal Rice Creek Elementary School: Stacey Gadson, Principal Round Top Elementary School: Jeanean Tucker, Principal Sandlapper Elementary School: Linda Hall, Principal Windsor Elementary School: Beth Elliot, Principal Richland Two operates one district-wide child development program.

Richland Two Center for Child Development: Quinne Evans, Lead Teacher Richland County School District One Richland County School District Two Official Website

National Wrestling Federation

The original National Wrestling Federation was a wrestling promotion based in Buffalo, New York and owned by promoter Pedro Martínez. It ran from 1970 to 1974; the promotion was revived in 1986 by Robert Raskin. The revived promotion closed in 1994. Pedro Martínez owned the original National Wrestling Federation, which operated from 1970 to 1974; the NWF Heavyweight Championship and NWF North American Heavyweight Championship were used by New Japan Pro Wrestling as its main titles until 1981. During the original version of the NWF, popular performers included Johnny Powers, Ernie Ladd, Waldo Von Erich, Chief White Owl, Hans Schmidt, the Mighty Igor, Luis Martinez, Ron Sanders, Dusty Rhodes, Tony Parisi, Tony Marino, the Stomper, Ben Justice, the Love Brothers, Dick the Bruiser, Black Jack Lanza, Dr. Moto, Mitsu Arakawa, Bulldog Brower. Championship Wrestling aired on Channel 43 in Cleveland on Saturday nights. A second show, All-Star Wrestling, aired on Sunday Mornings; that show was filmed in the studios of WUAB-TV in Ohio.

The television hosts were Johnny Powers, Jack Reynolds, Ron Martinez. The film from each show was erased and reused to save money, hence few of the shows are available now on video or YouTube. In 1986, Robert Raskin purchased the Allentown, Pennsylvania-based Continental Wrestling Alliance from DC Drake and renamed it the National Wrestling Federation; the organization created an NWF Women's Championship. Under the direction of Raskin, the National Wrestling Federation grew rapidly. Using wrestlers who were under contract with the World Wrestling Federation and the National Wrestling Alliance, Raskin spared no expense in making the product a watchable alternative to the wrestling shows which were on television. Drake, the champion headed up the booking and television production ends of the business. Raskin felt that the NWF should move the television tapings from the Easton, PA VFW Hall to various locations around the east coast. Matches were taped at arenas in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, other locations.

Raskin hired a young Paul Heyman to handle color commentary on the TV show. Drake and Raskin decided to put more emphasis on the NWF Women's Division; as the women's division became established, Wendi Richter was defeated in a questionable fashion in Madison Square Garden by The Fabulous Moolah and left the organization. She entered the NWF and captured the title from Heidi Lee Morgan; the revived NWF placed a major emphasis on hardcore wrestling, including many specialty matches such as Indian strap matches, dog collar matches, steel cage matches. Raskin, seeing the organization expand, merged with Creative Entertainment, a sports and entertainment promotional organization from Philadelphia; this move proved to be a smart one as Creative Entertainment was able to book matches for the NWF across the country. The television show expanded to Sports Channels and broadcast stations across the country and appeared in foreign markets in Europe and Central America and Asia; as the company grew, creative differences began to split the organization and several in the front office left to pursue other ventures.

As the capital investment stopped, the television product was halted. The promotion closed in 1994. 1970-1974: NWF Heavyweight Championship NWF North American Heavyweight Championship NWF World Tag Team Championship NWF Canadian Tag Team Championship – First and only champions were Fidel Castillo and Roul Castillo, who won the championship in 1972. NWF Brass Knuckles Championship – First and only champion was Ernie Ladd, defeating Luke Graham on May 18, 1972 in Cleveland, Ohio. NWF World Junior Heavyweight Championship – First and only champion was Raymond Rougeau, defeating Hartford Love on May 5, 1973 in Cleveland, Ohio.1986-1994: NWF Heavyweight Championship NWF International Championship – First champion was Abdullah the Butcher, who won the championship in May 1987. He lost the championship to Bruiser Brody in October 1987. NWF Women's Championship – First and only champion was Wendi Richter, defeating Heidi Lee Morgan on June 20, 1987 in Bricktown, New Jersey. NWF Title Histories

Grahame Garner

Grahame Garner was an Australian photographer and political activist for peace in Brisbane, Queensland. Grahame John Garner was a marine engineer in the merchant navy during the 1940s and 1950s, before becoming a fitter and turner for the Brisbane tramways. Garner took up photography as a hobby forming a Tramways Photographic Society with work colleague, Ross Callcott, their photographs attracted the attention of the Queensland Police's Special Branch, as some of their photographs of Brisbane trams were sent to the Soviet Union as part of the Australian Soviet Friendship Society of which Garner was a member. He organised the last tram ride through Brisbane to celebrate the passing of the tram network. Garner was an active amateur photographer and amassed a huge collection of photographs of subjects ranging from his dogs, trams in Brisbane and political marches during the 1960s, he submitted photographs to the Queensland Guardian, the newspaper of the Communist Party of Australia. He took many photographs of the Vietnam Moratorium marches of Brisbane in 1970 and other student protests between 1963-1971.

He had an interest in ballet and took many photographs of the visiting Bolshoi Ballet and Moscow Circus in Brisbane, as well as over 900 photographs of the Lisner Ballet Academy, which would become the Queensland Ballet. After his retirement he moved to the Nambour area of Queensland where he continued his campaigns opposing high rise growth along the Sunshine Coast and stood for council election, his house and camera was destroyed by fire. Many of these photographs are now held in the University of Queensland Fryer Library and National Library of Australia collections, he and his wife, Esme were awarded the Eureka Australia Day Award in 2011 for their lifelong political activity