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Jeff Roth

Jeff Roth is a semi-retired American professional wrestler who has competed in North American independent promotions throughout the 1990s including Florida Championship Wrestling, Future of Wrestling and the National Wrestling Alliance. A frequent tag team partner of Anthony Michaels, the two wrestled as Schmuck and Snot Dudley as well as competing under the name Wild Side, he and Michaels were part of Animal House with Chris Charger and Billy Fives, a stable which dominated numerous Southeastern independent promotions during the late 1990s. Trained by "The Wild Samoan" Afa Anoa'i, Roth wrestled for numerous Northeastern independent promotions before forming a tag team with Anthony Michaels who had left Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1995. Wrestling as Schmuck and Snot Dudley throughout the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic independent circuit, the two were among the earliest tag teams to join Bobby Rogers' Future of Wrestling promotion in 1998. Forming a stable with Michaels, Chris Charger and Billy Fives, their stable Animal House would dominate FOW and other Southeastern promotions throughout the late 1990s.

Roth, who used an underdog gimmick while in FOW, would win the FOW Lightweight Championship in addition to winning the FOW Tag Team Championship twice with Michaels and once with Charger. On July 6, 2000, he and Michaels took part in a special wrestling event at the Boys and Girls Club of Miami in front of over 2,000 children. After defeating their opponents, Phi Delta Slam, they gave a "brutal paddling" to their manager Fabulous Frank, he and Roth competed in other Florida-based promotions that year such as Outlaw Championship Wrestling. On April 13, Roth and Michaels were among those at FOW's fourth anniversary show at the Bergeron Arena in Davie. Appearing on the undercard in front of 3,500 fans, with the main event being a 3-way dance between Terry Funk, Abdullah the Butcher and Kevin Sullivan, they defeated Suicidal Tendencies; the event was released in the promotion's first dvd, however their match did not appear. Feuding with The Vandalz during 2002, he and Michaels defeated their rivals at a June 29 house show in Davie, Florida attended by over 1,500 fans.

On October 18, Roth took part in a 6-way match against FOW Lightweight Champion David Babylon in Oakland Park, Florida. The other participants included Chasyn Rance, Dan Evans and Mike Styles. In December, their feud continued against Johnny Vandal facing him and Larry Lane in a tag team match and in a 6-man tag team match with Nick Narcisstic against Johnny Vandal, Chaka & Bad Dog in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Following the close of FOW, Roth split up with Michaels and wrestled in various independent promotions including Southern Championship Wrestling and NWA Florida where, June 12, 2004, he defeated Johnny Vandal in Davie, he faced his former tag team partner on the independent circuit, defeating him in a Super 8 Tournament on January 10, 2004. At the supercard Pro Wrestling Fusion, an interpromotional show between NWA Florida and NWA Sunray, Roth again faced Johnny Vandal at the Davie PAL on June 12, 2004. Coastal Championship WrestlingCCW Cruiserweight Championship CCW Tag Team Championship - with Anthony Michaels Florida Championship WrestlingFCW Florida Tag Team Championship - with Anthony Michaels Future of WrestlingFOW Light Heavyweight Championship FOW Tag Team Championship - with Anthony Michaels & Chris Charger Tag Team of the Year - with Anthony Michaels Tag Team of the Year - with Anthony Michaels Match of the Year - with Anthony Michaels vs.

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Nassipour was an American Thoroughbred racehorse and a Leading sire in Australia. He was bred in Kentucky by the Aga Khan, his sire, Blushing Groom, was the 1977 European Champion Three-Year-old and the 1989 Leading sire in Great Britain & Ireland. Nassipour's dam was Alama, a daughter of the good runner Aureole, owned by Queen Elizabeth II. Aureole's wins include the 1954 Coronation King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. At stud, Aureole sired St. Paddy. Nassipour was sent to his owner's training facility in Ireland at age two but was sold in late 1983 to American Cot Campbell for his Dogwood Stable racing partnership. Brought back to North America for the 1984 turf racing season, Nassipour did not have a Graded stakes race win but ran second in the Grade I Sword Dancer Invitational Handicap, G3 Knickerbocker Handicap, G1 Bowling Green Handicap, he finished third in the G3 American Handicap. At age five in 1985, Nassipour had his best year in racing, winning the G2 Dixie Handicap at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore and the G3 Seneca Handicap at Saratoga Race Course in New York.

In the richest and most important race of his career, under jockey Jean-Luc Samyn Nassipour won the $600,000 G1 Rothmans International Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, defeating, among others, Grand Prix de Paris winner Sumayr and Irish 2,000 Guineas victor Triptych. Nassipour finished second in the G3 Niagara Stakes, G2 Bougainvillea Handicap, G3 Fair Grounds Classic. In the G3 Pan American Handicap, he was third. Nassipour's best result at age six was a third in the Seneca Handicap. Retired from racing in 1986, Nassipour was sold to New Zealand breeding interests and stood at stud at Ra Ora Stud until his death in 1994, he was the Leading sire in Australia in 1992. Among Nassipour's best progeny were these Group one winners: Grooming, won Brisbane Cup Let's Elope - Melbourne Cup winner and 1992 Australian Champion Racehorse of the Year. Lord Revenir, won AJC Metropolitan Handicap Marble Halls, won VATC Toorak Handicap Redding, won Victoria Derby Shiva's Revenge, won South Australian Derby Tie the Knot - won 13 Group One races, including four consecutive runnings of the Group One Chipping Norton Stakes, 2000 Australian Champion Stayer.

October 22, 1985 Chicago tribune article on Nassipour's win in the Rothmans international

Jaya Ahsan

Jaya Ahsan is a Bangladeshi actress and producer. Starting her career as a model and as a television actress, she works in Bangladeshi and Indian Bengali films, she won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actress four times for her performance in the films Guerrilla, Zero Degree and Debi and many other national and international awards. Ahsan was born to A. S. Rehana Maswood in Dhaka, Bangladesh, she has brother. Along with her formal education, she took a diploma course in Rabindra Sangeet and training in classical music, she first appeared on television. She modeled for a calendar which caught the eye of Afzal Hossain, who offered her work on a promotional advertisement for the soft drink Coca-Cola. Afterwards, she continued with her studies, she joined the newspaper a national daily. After a brief stint at a children's school, she returned to modelling. Thereafter, she worked in Giasuddin Selim's Shongshoy, she practices crafting and painting, which she demonstrated in art house productions like Enechhi Shurjer Hashi.

Ahsan first appeared on television in an ad for Coca-Cola in 1997. She debuted her acting career on television through the drama Panchomi, written by Shahidul Haque Khan. Having begun her career as a model in the late 1990s, Ahsan has since worked in numerous television dramas and serials, she established her reputation as an actress with roles as Monika in Labonyo Probha, Pushpo in Toukir Ahmed and Bipasha Hayat's teleplay Shonkhobash, in Hatkura. She found Hatkura, set on the edge of a village in a challenge. "I had to learn the dialect of Rangpur for the role. I had never been to a village before that, and it was a new experience for me", she said. In Channel i's 2010-2011 serial Choita Pagol, she played the role of rural woman Alta. Ahsan said, "Alta is one of my favourite characters. I liked playing the role." Her performance in Mejbaur Rahman Sumon's Tarporo Angurlata Nondoke Bhalobashe cemented her position as an actress. She portrayed various characters in teledramas including: Sixty Nine, Shahortolir Alo, Tarpor Paruler Deen, Amader Choto Nodi, Jostna, Nodi Othoba Roshider Kichu Kolpo Drisyo, Amader Golpo and many more.

Ahsan played the role of a sex worker in the television play Tarporo Angurlata Nando Ke Bhalobashey in 2009. Ahsan debuted her film career as a guest artiste in the film Bachelor, directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki; as the lead actress, she debuted in Nasiruddin Yousuff's film Guerrilla ). Adapted from the novel Nishiddho Loban by Syed Shamsul Huq, the film was based on the events of the Bangladesh Liberation War, it narrates the tale of Bilkis Banu, played by Ahsan, a freedom fighter, who participates in the Liberation War while searching for her lost husband. The film won National Film Awards in ten categories, including the Best Actress Award for Ahsan. Ahsan's second film, was an action thriller directed by Redoan Rony, she portrayed Noboni Afroz, a journalist, won her second National Film Award for Best Actress Award. In 2013, Ahsan acted in an Indian Bangla film titled Aborto, directed by Arindam Sil, she was nominated for the Filmfare Awards East for Best Debut Performance Female for her role in the film.

She received an official invitation to attend the 66th Cannes Film Festival. In the same year, she appeared in Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini, a Bangladeshi romantic film directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi, it was her first Bangladeshi film in collaboration with Shakib Khan. The couple acted in the sequel, Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini 2, released in 2015. After a one-year break Zero Degree was her next venture; the film is a psychological thriller written and directed by Animesh Aich and was released on 15 January 2015. Ahsan won a National Film Award for best actress for her performance in the film. In 2015, Ahsan worked in two other Indian Bangla films — Rajkahini based on the 1947 east and west Bengal separation directed by Srijit Mukherji and Ekti Bangali Bhuter Goppo, a psycho-horror film directed by Indranil Roychowdhury. Ekti Bangali Bhuter Golpo was set for a world TV premier in Kolkata on 17 May in Zee Bangla Cinema. Jaya's much anticipated Rajkahini starring alongside Rituparna Sengupta, Abir Chatterjee, Parno Mittra, Sohini Sarkar, Rajatava Dutta and many others was released on 16 October 2015.

In 2017, Ahsan acted in Bishorjan alongside Abir Chatterjee and Kaushik Ganguly directed by Kaushik Ganguly himself, for which she received awards including Filmfare Awards, Zee Cine Awards and BFJA Awards for her performance portraying the character of Padma. In the same year, Jaya was honoured with the ABP Ananda Sera Bangali for achievement in acting, her other two releases that year are Akram Khan's Khacha: The Cage and Manoj Michigan's Ami Joy Chatterjee. In 2018, Ahsan performed in a courtroom drama Ek Je Chhilo Raja based on the historic Bhawal case directed by Srijit Mukjerji in a star cast including Jisshu Sengupta, Aparna Sen, Anjan Dutt, Rudranil Ghosh and others, she was seen in Crisscross alongside Mimi Chakraborty and Nusrat Jahan, directed by Birsa Dasgupta. Debi, a film based on Humayun Ahmed's novel, was released on 19 October 2018, it is directed by Anam Biswas, starring Chanchal Chowdhury and Sabnam Faria in the lead roles. The film was produced as her first production from her production house C Te Cinema.

She received her fourth National Film Award for Best Actress and her seventh Meril Prothom Alo Award for Best Film Actress for her performance in this film. In 2019, her first release was Kaushik Ganguly's Bijoya, sequel

My Father's Angel

My Father's Angel is a Canadian drama film, released in 1999. Directed by Davor Marjanovic, the film stars Tony Nardi as Ahmed and Timothy Webber as Djordje, refugees of the Bosnian War who have settled in Vancouver, only to be drawn into the same ethnic conflict with each other that they had sought to leave behind. After they get into a car accident, Djordje tries to befriend Ahmed out of a desire to right the wrongs of their home country, but finds his overtures of friendship rejected when Ahmed is reluctant to accept that Djordje is being sincere; the film premiered at the 1999 Toronto International Film Festival. The film garnered three Genie Award nominations at the 21st Genie Awards in 2001, with Best Actor nods for both Nardi and Webber and a Best Screenplay nomination for writer Frank Borg. Nardi won the award for Best Actor; the film won six Leo Awards for films produced in British Columbia, for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Musical Score and Best Female Performance.

My Father's Angel on IMDb

Holden Street Theatres

Holden Street Theatres is a South Australian performing arts theatre complex in Hindmarsh, an inner-western suburb of Adelaide. It is housed in the heritage-listed All Saints' Anglican Church complex; the complex includes three performance spaces: The Arch and The Bar. Holden Street Theatres hosts performances at the Adelaide Fringe, the Feast Festival, the Guitars in Bars festival, as well as year-round productions by local and international artists, it is home to resident theatre companies Red Phoenix Theatre. The headquarters are at Thebarton Theatre; the complex is located at 34 Holden Street, next to Coopers Stadium. There are three performance spaces within the complex: The Studio, The Arch, The Bar. An extra performance space and two galleries are provided during the Adelaide Fringe; the head office is at the Thebarton Theatre, in partnership with Holden Street Theatres. Holden Street Theatres is situated in what was the All Saints' Anglican Church. Built in the Norman style the limestone and brick church was designed by Henry Stuckey.

Bishop Augustus Short laid the foundation stone in 1849, the church, opened on 23 June 1850. During this time a rectory was built near by to house the clergy for the church. In 1955 a gallery was built with a chancel and vestry being added in 1872. Due to lack of funds the church had to rely on donations from the community to add the chancel and vestry, with local Thebarton resident, John Taylor, donating a majority of the £272 needed. Several years the All Saints Church Hall was built nearby. Designed in a similar style to the church, it was opened on 28 March 1883; the buildings were listed on the former Register of the National Estate on 28 September 1982 and on the South Australian Heritage Register on 23 November 1989. During the part of the 20th century the church and rectory became disused until it was taken on by the City of Charles Sturt and became a space for lease. In 2002 the church and hall were leased by Weslo Holdings under guidance of creative director Martha Lott to be used as a theatre venue, while the Nature Foundation of South Australia took over the rectory as its head offices.

The original church was renovated in 2004 to become The Arch. Holden Street Theatres is the home of Red Phoenix Theatre Company, a local South Australian community theatre company, dedicated to producing only plays which have not been performed in Adelaide before. Holden Street Theatre Company is resident at the complex; the venue hosts many events as part of the Adelaide Fringe, the annual open-access arts festival. Holden Street Theatres gives out two annual awards, one at the Adelaide Fringe and one at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; the Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Fringe Award gives support to the winning company to tour its show at the following Adelaide Fringe. The award is open to theatre shows performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe who have not performed the show in Australia. Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Fringe Award winners: 2008: Dogstar Theatre - The Tailor of Inverness 2009: King Brilliant Theatre and Richard Jordan Productions - Heroin for Breakfast 2010: Beartrap Theatre - Bound 2011: Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Co.

- The Terrible Infants 2012: Second Shot Productions - Glory Dazed 2013: Snuff Box Theatre and Richard Jordan Productions - Bitch Boxer 2014: Lip Sink & Francesca Clark Productions - Mush & Me 2014: Penn State Center Stage - Blood at the Root 2015: Joe Sellman-Leava - Lables 2015: Gary McNair - A Gambler's Guide to Dying 2016: Prime Cut Productions - Scorch 2016: Red Beard Productions and Gilded Balloon - Angel by Henry Naylor 2017: Unpolished Theatre and Pleasance Theatre Trust - Flesh & Bone 2018: Molly Taylor - Extinguished Things 2018: Stephen Joseph Theatre and Tara Finney Productions - Build a Rocket 2019: Sh!t Theater - Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with ExpatsThe Holden Street Theatres' Adelaide Fringe Award is awarded to a local producer during the Adelaide Fringe and gives support in the form of venue and rehearsal spaces for a new production from the company. Holden Street Theatres' Adelaide Fringe Award winners: 2016: Gobsmacked Theatre - Dropped 2017: Joanne Hartstone - The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign 2018: CCtheatreCo.

- Abandon Ship 2019: Under the Microscope Productions - 30,000 Notes Official website


Mustacciuoli is a traditional pastry from Naples served at Christmas time. Mustaccioli takes the form of a parallelogram, consist of a soft, cake-like interior, covered in chocolate. In recent years, they are many variations of mostaccioli sold in Naples, where the chocolate glaze may be replaced by a white chocolate frosting or icing sugar and candied fruit. Mustacciolis are sold alongside other Neapolitan sweets including Roccocò, raffiuoli and struffoli at Christmastime. Neapolitan mostacciolis were mentioned by Bartolomeo Scappi, personal cook of Pope Pius V as part of his pranzo alli XVIII di ottobre; the name "mustaccioli" was thought to be related to the use of grape must in older recipes. In fact the term derives from the Latin language but not from mustum, but from mustace, that is, laurel; the mustaceum was prepared as a cake for the wedding, wrapped in mustace leaves which gave aroma during cooking. Hence the proverb loreolam in mustera quaerere, that is: to look uselessly in the focaccia for burnt bay leaves.'Nzuddha: version in Calabria Mustazzoli: version in Salento