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House of Terror

House of Terror is a museum located at Andrássy út 60 in Budapest, Hungary. It contains exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes in 20th-century Hungary and is a memorial to the victims of these regimes, including those detained, tortured or killed in the building; the museum opened on 24 February 2002 and the Director-General of the museum since has been Dr Mária Schmidt. The House of Terror is a member organization of the Platform of European Conscience. Visitors including Zbigniew Brzezinski, Francis Fukuyama and Hayden White have praised the Museum; the building was used by the Arrow Cross Party and ÁVH. The museum was set up under the centre-right government of Viktor Orbán. In December 2000 the Public Foundation for the Research of Central and East European History and Society purchased the building with the aim of establishing a museum in order to commemorate these two bloody periods of Hungarian history. During the year-long construction work, the building was renovated inside and out.

The internal design, the final look of the museum's exhibition hall, the external facade are all the work of architect Attila F. Kovács; the reconstruction plans for the House of Terror Museum were designed by architects János Sándor and Kálmán Újszászy. The reconstruction turned the exterior of the building into somewhat of a monument. Inside the building, the Museum has a T-54 tank on display. With regard to communism and fascism, the exhibition contains material on the nation's relationships to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, it contains exhibits related to Hungarian organisations such as the fascist Arrow Cross Party and the communist ÁVH. Part of the exhibition takes visitors to the basement, where they can see examples of the cells that the ÁVH used to break the will of their prisoners. Much of the information and the exhibits are in Hungarian, although each room has an extensive information sheet in both English and Hungarian. Audio guides in English and German are available; the background music to the exhibition was composed by former Bonanza Banzai frontman and producer Ákos Kovács.

The scoring includes the work of a string orchestra, special stereophonic mixes, sound effects. Visitors may not use video cameras inside of the building. There is no reduced fee for ICOM members; some historians and political scientists such as Magdalena Marsovszky or Ilse Huber have argued that the museum portrays Hungary too much as the victim of foreign occupiers and does not recognise enough the contribution that Hungarians themselves made to the regimes in question as well. Criticism has been raised that far more space is given to the terror of the communist regime than the fascist one. One answer to these criticisms was that while the German occupation and fascist regime of Ferenc Szálasi lasted less than a year, the Hungarian Communist regime lasted for 40 years; the museologists of the museum reminded critics that the Hungarian Holocaust has its own museum, within a kilometre distance, so there is no need to repeat its content. Official website House of Terror Budapest- English language website

World of Music, Arts and Dance

WOMAD is an international arts festival. The central aim of WOMAD is to celebrate the world's many forms of music and dance. WOMAD was founded in 1980 by English rock musician Peter Gabriel, with Thomas Brooman, Bob Hooton, Mark Kidel, Stephen Pritchard, Martin Elbourne and Jonathan Arthur. Original designers were Valerie Hawthorn; the first WOMAD festival was in Shepton Mallet, UK in 1982. The audience saw Peter Gabriel, Don Cherry, The Beat, Drummers of Burundi, Echo & The Bunnymen, Imrat Khan, Prince Nico Mbarga, Simple Minds, Suns of Arqa, The Chieftains and Ekome National Dance Company, founded by Barrington, Angie and Lorna Anderson, the pioneering African arts company in the UK amongst others performing. Gabriel and his company, which had funded WOMAD, faced financial ruin from high costs of the festival in its first year, worsened by the lack of suitable transport to the venue and a lack of publicity. At the suggestion of Tony Smith, the manager of Gabriel and Genesis, he and the remaining members of Genesis agreed to play together for a single show under the name'Six of the Best' at Milton Keynes.

This performance included a dynamic inclusion of Ekome National Dance Company, fusing live African Drum on Peter Gabriel's track'Rhythm Of The Heat'. The show made it possible for further WOMAD events to take place. Since 1982, WOMAD Festivals have travelled all over the world, bringing artists to numerous locations and entertaining over one million people; the main UK event was held at Rivermead in Reading, from 1990 until 2006. In 2017 WOMAD UK marked its 35th anniversary. Headliners Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra and The Maytals, Roy Ayers, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 along with 30 other artists performed for a record-setting audience for the festival of 10,000 people. A double album was released in 1982, it features the Drummers of Burundi, Peter Gabriel, Pete Townsend, Bill Lovelady, Holger Czukay, among other notable performers. This album antedated Paul Simon's Graceland by 4 years. From the outset, the WOMAD name has reflected the festival’s idea. WOMAD has always presented music that they felt to be of excellence and individuality, regardless of musical genre or geographical origin.

WOMAD encourages collaboration amongst the artists. The first WOMAD Festival in 1982 had Echo and the Bunnymen join forces with the Drummers of Burundi, WOMAD Abu Dhabi 2010, saw a collaboration between Tinariwen, TV on the Radio members Kyp Malone and Tunde Adebimpe, Grammy-winning producer Ian Brennan, the French Algerian Mehdi from Speed Caravan. Workshops. Adult workshops are taken by the musicians and will involve dance, musical instruments and discussions. Children's workshops involve painting, circus skills, modelling, story telling and more. Taste The World. Musicians cook a choice of dish from their home country in front of an audience. Global Market; the Global Market sells wares. WOMAD in the UK takes place in the grounds of a stately home in Wiltshire; the arena holds at least 5 main stages with a further one in the Arboretum. An old fashioned steam fair, global market, children's area, wellbeing section is found on the WOMAD UK festival site. WOMAD Charlton Park falls on the last complete weekend in July.

WOMAD came to Bristol Zoo in 2011, with a subsequent event in 2012. A boycott of the 2012 event was called for by the Captive Animals Protection Society because of concerns that noise from the festival could affect the animals' welfare. WOMADelaide, South Australia WOMAD New Plymouth, New Zealand WOMAD Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE WOMAD Cáceres, Spain WOMAD Sicily, Italy WOMAD Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain WOMAD Santiago, Chile Real World Records Official WOMAD website Official WOMADelaide website Official WOMAD New Zealand website Official WOMAD Abu Dhabi website

You Yokoyama

You Yokoyama is a Japanese idol, actor, radio host and lyricist. Yokoyama is a member of Kanjani Eight, under the management of Johnny & Associates, his image color in the group is black. Yokoyama entered Johnny's on Christmas 1996 where he met fellow members Subaru Shibutani and Shingo Murakami; the reason he entered Johnny's is because his mother saw his classmate on TV and said, "My kid is better looking." Rare among Johnny's talent, Yokoyama has been given a stage name. This has been said due to the difficult kanji of Kimitaka Yokoyama, it is believed. Although he has a stage name, nobody refers to him as "You", not Johnny, famous for referring to other people as "You"; when appearing in variety shows and radio and Murakami are the two most talkative members. He has been called a comedian due to his talking style. However, off screen, Yokoyama is shy, he speaks whilst in the dressing room, as he is too busy playing games. Yokoyama has been appearing in quite a few dramas such as The Quiz Show 2 and Hidarime Tantei EYE.

Yokoyama's mother died at age 50 on May 2010 at 11:51 pm. She collapsed while shopping, was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Sources say; the funeral was held on May 18. Solo songs "Confusion" "Fantastic Music!" "Wonder Boy" "413man" "Trickster" Kyo to Kyo Mask Tōa Hiren Aoki-san Ie no Okusan Takizawa Enbu Jō Dream Boys Bluemoon 上を下へのジレッタ 1994–2002: Furumoto Shinnosuke Chapara Suka Woo! – Chapara Fight Thursdays – Yokoyama You & Murakami Shingo no Warau Daisōsa Sen 2002–2003: Super Star Qr 2003–2013: Kanjani Eight – Yokoyama You & Murakami Shingo no Recomen! You Yokoyama ga Yacchaimasu Concert You Yokoyama ga Yacchaimasu 2 Concert Spring 2008 You Yokoyama ga Yacchaimasu 3 Concert Spring 2010 Tamagochi Video Sugao 2 Selling Video Sugao 3 Selling TV Guide Kanjani8 at Johnny & Associates Official Site Kanjani8 at Imperial Records Official Site

Center Township, Guernsey County, Ohio

Center Township is one of the nineteen townships of Guernsey County, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 1,813, of whom 1,711 lived in the unincorporated portion of the township. Located at the center of the county, it borders the following townships: Jefferson Township - north Wills Township - east Richland Township - southeast Jackson Township - southwest Cambridge Township - westA portion of the village of Lore City is located in the southwest corner of Center Township, the unincorporated community of Kipling lies in the southwestern part of the township. Leatherwood Creek, a tributary of Wills Creek and part of the Muskingum River watershed, flows through the southern part of the township. Center Township was organized in 1822, named for its location near the geographical center of Guernsey County, it is one of nine Center Townships statewide. The township is governed by a three-member board of trustees, who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January 1.

Two are elected in the year after the presidential election and one is elected in the year before it. There is an elected township fiscal officer, who serves a four-year term beginning on April 1 of the year after the election, held in November of the year before the presidential election. Vacancies in the fiscal officership or on the board of trustees are filled by the remaining trustees. County website

Emmanuel Neno

Emmanuel Neno is a Pakistani Christian author and translator. Along with Robert McCulloch he completed a new Urdu translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church in 2014; the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization has approved the Urdu translation and authorised its publication. It took thirteen years to complete; the Pakistan Board for the National Language has praised the translation project for its contribution to Pakistani culture and the Urdu language. In October 2012, Parts 1 & 2 of the Urdu translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church were presented to Reno Fisichella, President of the Pontifical Council for New Evangelization, by Bishop Sebastian Shaw from Pakistan and Robert McCulloch in Rome. Neno has a master's degree in Religion and Religious Education from Fordham University in New York City, he participated in the first Summer University held 1988 in Switzerland, France and Lichtenstein, organised by the International Christian Organisation of the Media.

In 1991, when India and Pakistan hosted the Summer University, Neno was one of the organisers. He is the executive secretary of Catholic Bishops Catechetical Commission in Pakistan, he is the former director of Catechetical Centre, Karachi. In October 2010, he attended the fifth Catholic Press Congress organized by the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, he has translated 25 books and authored several publications including A Dictionary of New Christian Terminology. He was a contributor to the first ongoing formation program, preached in January 2013 by Sebastian Francis Shaw, in Lahore, to celebrate the year of faith declared by the Pope from October 2012 t0 November, 2013

2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball team

The 2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball team represented Brigham Young University in the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. This was head coach Dave Rose's ninth season at BYU and the Cougars third season in the West Coast Conference; the Cougars played their home games at the Marriott Center. They finished the season 13 -- 5 in WCC play to finish in a tie for second place, they advanced to the championship game of the WCC Tournament. They received an at large bid to the NCAA Tournament; as early recruiting began, BYU had 5 players. Three of the players- Nick Emery, Jakob Hartsock, Braiden Shaw, plan to serve two-year church missions before joining the team for the 2015-16 season; the other two plan to play during the 2013-14 season. During late recruitment, the Cougars had one. For the 2013-14 season, Coach Rose announced that Kyle Collinsworth would return from his mission in the summer of 2013 and resume playing as a forward for the BYU team. Collinsworth had been serving as a two-year church missionary in Russia.

BYU unveiled a surprise face as a new member of the coaching staff. Noah Hartsock returned from Spain to pursue his graduate degree and was named as a Student Assistant. KSL 102.7 FM and 1160 AM- Flagship Station BYU Radio- Nationwide KTHK- Blackfoot/ Idaho Falls/ Pocatello/ Rexburg, IDKMGR- Manti, UTKSUB- Cedar City, UTKDXU- St. George, UT Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, Jake Edmonds, Justin Ashby Stats reset at Halftime and players moved onto different squads. Done differently was a running clock in the first half and a regular clock in the second half; the first half featured mixed squads while the second half featured regulars vs. Redshirts, Walk-ons, Practice Squad. Jordan Ellis, Andrew Topham, Austin Winegar, & Tyler Nicholas- 4 practice squad members, participate in the second half. Nate Austin would only play 1 minute, he was pulled. Rosters: BYU White - Eric Mika, Matt Carlino, Skyler Halford, Chase Fischer, Nate Austin, Josh Sharp, Andrew Johnston, Graham Pingree BYU White - Eric Mika, Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Anson Winder, Skyler Halford, Frank Bartley IV, Luke Worthington BYU Blue - Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Frank Bartley IV, Luke Worthington BYU Blue - Jordan Ellis, Andrew Johnston, Chase Fischer, Andrew Topham, Graham Pingree, Austin Winegar, Tyler Nicholas Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Lauren Francom Series History: BYU leads regular season series history 11-5-6 with all matches having occurred between 1923 and 1936.

Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Kyle Collinsworth, Eric Mika Colorado College: Ryan Milne, Justin Bernardino, James Lonergan, Daniel Webb, Chris Lesnansky Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, Lauren Francom Series History: BYU leads regular season series 1-0 Starting Lineups: BYU: Nate Austin, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Frank Bartley IV, Matt Carlino Alaska-Anchorage: Kyle Fossman, Travis Thompson, Brian McGill, Teancum Stafford, Brad Mears Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, Lauren Francom Series History: BYU leads series 28-10 Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Weber State: Jordan Richardson, Jeremy Senglin, Davion Berry, Joel Bolomboy, Kyle Tresnak Broadcasters: Dave Pasch and Seth Greenberg Series History: BYU leads series 4-2 Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Stanford: Chasson Randle, Anthony Brown, Josh Huestis, Dwight Powell, Stefan Nastic Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Spencer Linton Series History: First Meeting Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Mt. Saint Mary's: Byron Ash, Julian Norfleet, Sam Prescott, Gregory Graves, Kristijan Krajina Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Spencer Linton Series History: First Metting Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Colorado Mesa: Landon Vermeer, Jon Orr, Clay Kame, Carlos Perez, Joe Kiely Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Miles Simon Series History: Iowa State leads series 5-0 Starting Lineups: BYU- Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Iowa State- Georges Niang, Dustin Hogue, Matt Thomas, DeAndre Kane, Naz Long Broadcasters: Mark Neely and Sean Farnham Series History: BYU leads 3-2 Starting Lineups: BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Texas- Isaiah Taylor, Damarcus Holland, Damarcus Croaker, Jonathan Holmes, Cameron Ridley Broadcasters: Mark Neely and Sean Farnham Series History: Wichita State leads 6-1 Starting Lineups: BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Wichita State- Cleanthony Early, Kadeem Coleby, Fred VanVleet, Tekele Cotton, Ron Baker Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Lauren Francom Series History: BYU leads series 137-92 Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika Utah State: Jarred Shaw, Preston Medlin, Spencer Butterfield, Kyle Davis, Tenale Roland Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Spencer Linton Series History: BYU leads 2-0 Starting Lineups: BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika North Texas- Chris Jones, Vertrail Vaughns, Alzee Williams, Colin Voss, Keith Coleman Broadcasters: John Sadak and Pete Gillen Series History: First Meeting Starting Lineups: BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika UMass