Kristen Rutherford is an American writer and actress. She may be best known for her work as the head writer/creative producer of The Nerdist on BBC America, for being the host of the “#parent” show on Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry network, she has gained a cult following for playing the voice of “Melissa” in the alternate reality game I Love Bees. She has written for many shows including Pop Up Video, Attack of the Show! and Ninja Warrior. Rutherford has worked for LucasFilm, she resides in Los Angeles with her husband, producer Vincent Rutherford and her daughter Vivienne Ripley, born 2009. Kristenrutherford.com #parent show on Geek & Sundry network
Cheliya is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Mirab Shewa Zone, Cheliya is bordered on the south by Nono and Dano, on the southwest by the Gibe River which separates it from the Jimma Zone, on the west by Bako Tibe, on the northwest by the Guder River which separates it from the Horo Gudru Welega Zone, on the north by Ginde Beret, on the northeast by Jeldu, on the east by Ambo, on the southeast by Tikur; the administrative center of this woreda is Gedo. Midakegn woreda was separated form Cheliya. Prominent peaks in this woreda include Mount Amara. Local landmarks of note include the Gedo State Forest. A survey of the land in Cheliya shows that 87.4% is arable or cultivable, 7.2% pasture, 2.98% forest, 2.42% other. Although coffee is an important cash crop of this woreda, less than 2,000 hectares are planted with this crop. There are 39 primary schools in this woreda, 18 providing education for grades 1-4 and 21 providing education for grades 1-8, two secondary education schools, both providing education for grades 9-12.
Health services are provided by two clinics. The 2007 national census reported a total population for this woreda of 156,962, of whom 78,562 were men and 78,400 were women; the majority of the inhabitants said they were Protestant, with 54.38% of the population reporting they observed this belief, while 32.76% of the population practised Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, 5.48% practiced traditional religions. Based on figures published by the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this woreda has an estimated total population of 240,055, of whom 122,182 are men and 117,873 are women. With an estimated area of 1,854.07 square kilometers, Cheliya has an estimated population density of 129.5 people per square kilometer, less than the Zone average of 152.8. The 1994 national census reported a total population for this woreda of 170,216, of whom 83,809 were men and 86,407 women; the two largest ethnic groups reported in Cheliya were the Oromo, the Amhara. The Oromo language was spoken as a first language by 97%, 2.76% spoke Amharic.
The majority of the inhabitants professed Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, with 68.2% of the population reporting they practiced that belief, while 15.8% of the population said they were Protestant, 11.67% practiced traditional beliefs, 3.99% were Muslim
North Salt Lake is a city in Davis County, United States. It is part of the Ogden -- Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area; the population was 16,322 at the 2010 census, which had risen to an estimated 20,850 as of 2018. According to estimates from the U. S. Census Bureau, as of 2016, there were 20,301 people in North Salt Lake; the racial makeup of the county was 75.4% non-Hispanic White, 0.3% Black, 0.8% Native American, 3.1% Asian, 5.0% from two or more races. 13.5 % of the population were Latino of any race. North Salt Lake is located in southern Davis County. According to the United States Census Bureau, North Salt Lake has a total area of 8.6 square miles, of which 0.1 square miles, or 0.80%, is water. List of cities and towns in Utah Official website
Dale is a surname. Notable people with this name include: Amy Marjorie Dale, British classicist Angela Dale British statistician Edgar Dale, US educationist Henry Hallett Dale, English neuroscientist James Charles Dale, English entomologist Nellie Dale, British educator Peter Dale, British poet and translator Samuel Dale, English naturalist and physician Alan Dale, American singer Alan Dale, New Zealand-born Australian actor Benjamin Dale, English composer Cynthia Dale, Canadian television dancer and actress Dick Dale, American surf-rock musician and songwriter Esther Dale, American actress Felicia Dale, American folk music singer-songwriter Ian Anthony Dale, American television actor James Badge Dale, American actor Jennifer Dale, Canadian television dancer and actress Jim Dale, British singer comedian & actor Jimmy Dale, Canadian arranger, composer and organist Mickey Dale, keyboardist with English rock band Embrace Virginia Dale, American film actress Bob Dale South Australian unionist and politician Charles M. Dale, American jurist & politician Iain Dale, British conservative blogger Porter H. Dale, US congressman and senator Robert Dale, member of the Arkansas House of Representatives Shana Dale, American Deputy Administrator of NASA Thomas Dale, British naval commander Virginia deputy-governor Tony Dale, American politician William Dale and teetotaler in South Australia John Dale, American minister Church of Christ Robert William Dale, English Nonconformist church leader T. Pelham Dale, Anglo-Catholic ritualist clergyman Dale, English cricketer, playing 1789-1809 Adam Dale, Australian cricketer Adrian Dale, South African cricketer Alexander Dale Oen, Norwegian swimmer Carl Dale, Welsh footballer Carroll Dale, American football wide receiver Dominic Dale, Welsh professional snooker player and commentator Harry Dale, English footballer Jimmy Dale, Scottish footballer John Dale Mark Dale, English cricketer Roland Dale, American football player Stacey Dales, Canadian basketball player and sportscaster Arch Dale, political cartoonist David Dale, Scottish industrialist & philanthropist George Dale, American executed murderer Louise Dale, English writer.
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The 6th San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards, honoring the best in film for 2007, were given on 10 December 2007. Best Picture: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Best Director: Joel and Ethan Coen - No Country for Old Men Best Original Screenplay: The Savages - Tamara Jenkins Best Adapted Screenplay: Away from Her - Sarah Polley Best Actor: George Clooney - Michael Clayton Best Actress: Julie Christie - Away from Her Best Supporting Actor: Casey Affleck - The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Best Supporting Actress: Amy Ryan - Gone Baby Gone Best Foreign Language Film: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly • France/United States Best Documentary: No End in Sight Marlon Riggs Award: Lynn Hershman Leeson Special Citation: Colma: The Musical 2007 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards'Jesse James,' Clooney, Coens get S. F. critics awards
Chorweiler is the Sixth city district of Cologne, Germany. Large portion of the district of Chorweiler were incorporated into the city of Cologne in 1922, the quarter of Chorweiler was created in the 1970s; the district has the lowest population density in Cologne and many areas are rural. The District of Chorweiler borders with the Cologne boroughs of Nippes and Ehrenfeld to the South, Rhein-Erft-Kreis to the West, Rhein-Kreis Neuss to the North, the Rhine to the East. On the other riverbank lies the city of Leverkusen. Chorweiler consists of twelve Stadtteile: Chorweiler is served by numerous railway stations and highway. Train station include Köln-Chorweiler, Köln-Chorweiler Nord, Köln-Volkhovener Weg and Köln-Worringen, as well as numerous light rail stations of Cologne Stadtbahn line 12 and 15; the Bundesautobahn 57 connects Chorweiler with the Cologne Beltway. A1 Leverkusener Brücke Official webpage of the district