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Kimberly Quinn (actress)

Kimberly Pita Quinn is an American actress and film producer. She made her film debut playing a leading role and co-writing in the 1999 independent drama film Winding Roads. Quinn produced and played supporting roles in a number of films, include St. Vincent, Hidden Figures, The Starling, she married to director Theodore Melfi, they together owns production company Goldenlight Films. Quinn began her career appearing in an episodes of television shows include Ned and Stacey, Suddenly Susan, Nash Bridges, Diagnosis: Murder, NYPD Blue, Without a Trace and House. In 1999, she co-wrote and played a leading role in the independent drama film Winding Roads directed by her future husband Theodore Melfi. After decade of small parts, in 2020, she took series regular role in the FX drama series Terriers; the series was canceled after one season. From 2013 to 2014, she starred as Tess Masterson in the ABC Family drama series Twisted. In 2014, Quinn co-starred and co-produced comedy-drama St. Vincent starring Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy.

She co-produced 2016 Academy Award for Best Picture-nominated biographical drama film Hidden Figures starring Taraji P. Henson; the following year, she produced black comedy El Camino Christmas for Netflix, had a recurring role in the Netflix thriller Gypsy. In 2019, she executive produced with her production company Goldenlight Films, co-starred in the ABC comedy pilot Nana starring Katey Sagal, she and Melfi produced drama film The Starling starring Melissa McCarthy. Quinn set to co-wrote and produce animated film The Fourteenth Goldfish alongside Melfi. Quinn married writer-director Theodore Melfi, they together owns production company Goldenlight Films. Kimberly Quinn on IMDb

Duets (TV series)

Duets is a singing competition reality television show that premiered on May 24, 2012 on ABC. The show starred Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Robin Thicke, Jennifer Nettles as mentors who search for singers to duet with them as they perform in front of a live studio audience. Quddus serves as the host; the show is a production of Carry On Productions. Robert Deaton and Charles Wachter are the executive producers. On April 30, 2012, it was confirmed that John Legend had replaced Lionel Richie as a mentor on the show. Clarkson, Thicke and Nettles travel across America to find two singers each who serve as their duet partners for the show; each week, the one of their two duet partners perform live in front of a studio audience. The contestants receive feedback from the other stars—and graded anonymously—on their performances. At the end of the night the eight contestants are ranked on a chart; the two contestants at the bottom of the chart face-off. The loser is eliminated. After six weeks, the show goes live and the audience begins to vote on the outcome of each episode.

At the end of the competition, the winning singer wins a recording contract with Hollywood Records."The simple fact that I get to go out and find two people I believe in, sing with them every week and help them accomplish their dream is an amazing thing I can't wait to be a part of," stated Clarkson in a press release statement from ABC. The artist was partnered with Jennifer Nettles The artist was partnered with Robin Thicke The artist was partnered with Kelly Clarkson The artist was partnered with John Legend1Johnny Gray was one of the two partners for John Legend on the initial broadcast, he was replaced by Meleana Brown. The show's host said this was "due to unforeseen circumstances". Gray did not give a reason on Twitter but had several tweets that said he did not'drop out'. Theme: Superstars' Greatest Hits Air date: May 24, 2012 Special performance: Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Jennifer Nettles, Robin Thicke – "Let Me Entertain You" Theme: Classic Duets Air date: May 31, 2012 Special performance: Kelly Clarkson and Robin Thicke – "State of Shock" Theme: Songs That Inspire Air date: June 7, 2012 Special performance: Jennifer Nettles and John Legend – I've Got The Music In Me"Bottom Two Theme: Party Songs Air date: June 13, 2012Bottom 2 Theme: Movie Night Air date: June 20, 2012Bottom 2 Theme: Songs from the 2000s Air date: June 28, 2012 Special performance: Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Jennifer Nettles & Robin Thicke – "Freedom!'90" Note: First live show of the season.

Theme: Favorite Standards Air date: July 5, 2012 Special performances: Jennifer Nettles, Robin Thicke – "Crazy Little Thing Called Love". The artist was in the bottom two on the leaderboard; the artist was in the bottom two from viewer voting. The artist was eliminated; the artist left/removed from the competition. Duets premiered on May 2012 on American Broadcasting Company with a two-hour episode; the series continued to air on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. until June 7. Due to the NBA Finals, The show was scheduled to move to Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. for two 90-minute installments starting June 13. The show returned to its original time slot on Thursday, June 28 with one-hour episodes until July 19, it was announced in June 2012. Official website

Knollwood (Dublin, New Hampshire)

Knollwood is an historic summer estate house on Windmill Hill Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. The large 2 1/2 story "summer cottage" was designed by Shepley and Coolidge and built in 1899-1900 for banker Franklin MacVeagh. One of Dublin's major summer estate houses, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Knollwood is located in southeastern Dublin, on the south side of Upper Jaffrey Road at its junction with Snow Hill Road; the main house is located well south of the road, on a cleared plateau with panoramic views of nearby Mount Monadnock and the hills to the south. The house is a 2-1/2 story frame structure, with a hip shingled exterior, its main section is H-shaped, with a long ell extending to the west, a porch extending across much of its southern facade. A number of Queen Anne-style chimneys project from the roof; the house was built in 1899-1900 for Chicago banker Franklin MacVeagh, to a design by the Boston firm Shepley and Coolidge. It is an important work of that firm, depicting its transition from the more elaborate Renaissance styles of its early years to include Georgian Revival and more Classical features.

While MacVeagh was United States Secretary of the Treasury, he twice hosted President William Howard Taft at Knollwood. It was purchased in 1954 by founder of the Sheraton Hotel chain. Fasnacloich - Harrisville summer estate of Franklin's nephew Charles MacVeagh Learned Homestead - part of the Knollwood estate Benjamin Learned House - part of the Knollwood estate National Register of Historic Places listings in Cheshire County, New Hampshire

Sender Donebach

The Sender Donebach was a 500-kilowatt long wave radio transmitter operating on 153 kHz and transmitting the program of German public broadcaster Deutschlandfunk. The facility, the property of Media Broadcast, was built between 1965 and 1967 on a former airfield, entered service on March 10, 1967, it was part of an omnidirectional aerial, consisting of four 200-metre-high radio masts, which were connected using wires on their tops. The middle mast was fed via radio power; this efficient transmission aerial led to interference with the Romanian transmitter Braşov on the same frequency, so only 70 kilowatts of power were used, instead of 250. But with this reduced power, interference to Braşov occurred, so in 1972 the radio facility Donebach was rebuilt as a directional aerial with a minimum towards Braşov; therefore two radio masts were taken down and the remaining two were rebuilt as umbrella aerials. This made a transmission power of 250 kilowatts possible; the Geneva Frequency Plan of 1975 set new power limits to the Donebach transmitter and now there was a daytime operation with 500 kilowatts and a night time operation at night time.

This facility was remarkable because the frequency of the carrier was derived from a rubidium atomic clock, in the station building. It was as the carrier frequency of a standard frequency; the 363-metre-high masts were the second tallest structures in Germany, just behind the Fernsehturm Berlin. 49°33′36″N 9°10′55″E 49°33′43″N 9°10′28″E This Antenna was a popular spot among climbers and Base-Jumpers. Sendemasten Donebach at Structurae Google maps:satellite picture

Giuseppe Di Masi

Giuseppe Adriano Di Masi is an Italian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. Di Masi started his career at hometown club Foggia where he became the first choice in 1999–2000 Serie C2 season, after Foggia were relegated from Serie C1. In 2000, he was signed by Roma along with team-mate Attilio Franco Brienza. Di Masi cost Roma 50 million lire, he played half the season with Roma's Primavera U20 youth team as one of the keepers along with Matteo Napoli and Simone Paoletti. In January 2000, Di Masi joined Roma's sister club Palermo on loan, where he was re-united with Nicodemo, he played as one of the backup goalkeepers to starter Vincenzo Sicignano. In July 2001, Di Masi joined Reggiana in co-ownership deal, as part of Adewale Wahab's deal to Roma. From November to February he was the first choice ahead of Patrick Bettoni. In the 2002 -- 03 season, Di Masi was the backup of Luca Mondini. In January 2003, he left for Serie C1 side Pisa. In June 2003, Reggiana bought the remaining 50% registration rights for Di Masi from Roma for free, but sent him to Acireale of Serie C1.

He played as first choice for Serie C1 club Sangiovannese for Serie C2/Lega Pro Seconda Divisione sides Igea Virtus and Barletta. In the 2010–11 Lega Pro Prima Divisione season, the division newcomer signed Andrea Tesoniero as first choice and Renato Dossena as backup keeper, which made Di Masi the team's third choice keeper. In October, he became the team's first choice keeper in the league once again, due to Tesoniero's injury, he played twice in 2010–11 Coppa Italia Lega Pro. In January 2011 the team signed a new keeper Ugo Gabrieli. Di Masi was released on 30 June 2011. In October 2011 Di Masi joined Serie D club Marsala. In July 2012 Di Masi returned to professional football with Avellino, as the backup of Ermanno Fumagalli. Profile at Barletta Profile at AIC. Giuseppe Di Masi at