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Necron (comics)

Necron is the title character of an Italian humorous-horror adult comics miniseries published between 1981 and 1985. Necron debuted in January 1981. Necron was intended to be a single episode, but the publisher convinced the authors to make a whole miniseries; the series closed after 11 episodes in November 1981 the character returned in a twelfth out of series episode in 1983, in two special issues in June 1985. During the years, the series was republished and several anthologic books were released; the comic, a sexy-parody of Frankenstein, features the adventures of the nymphomaniac and necrophiliac mad doctor Frieda Boher and of her slave-lover Necron, a strong, well endowed and cannibal humanoid assembled with fragments of corpses. The series was critically appreciated for its visual style, different from the previous works of Magnus, here characterized for a more clean and elegant pencil mark, so to be paired to the Franco-Belgian ″ligne claire

Mark Steines

Mark Anthony Steines is an American broadcast journalist and actor, host of the syndicated gossip and entertainment round-up program Entertainment Tonight from 2004 to 2012, joining the program on August 24, 1995. He left the show on July 27, 2012. From 2012 to 2018, he co-hosted Hallmark Channel's Family. Steines was born in Dubuque, one of two sons, he graduated from Hempstead High School in Iowa. He went to the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on a football scholarship, graduating with a B. A. in radio and television. Steines has competed four times in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race at the Long Beach Grand Prix, the most recent being in 2013. According to records kept by the event’s celebrity coordinator, The Celebrity Source, Gene Hackman and Bruce Jenner are the only celebrities who have competed more times than Steines in the 38-year history of the race, he married former Entertainment Tonight correspondent and Miss America 1993, Leanza Cornett, on the island of Kauai on July 22, 1995.

They have Kai Harper and Avery James. In January 2013 Steines and Cornett announced that they were seeking a divorce after 17 years of marriage. On August 20, 2016, Mark married children's book author, Julie Freyermuth, in a surprise ceremony at his Los Angeles home. Steines met Freyermuth in August 2015 when she was a guest on his Hallmark TV show and Family, they welcomed a daughter, Parker Rose, on July 28, 2017. After graduation, Steines worked in the newsroom at KWWL-TV in Waterloo, rising up the ranks to reporter and photographer, he moved on to KSPR in Springfield, where he was the sports anchor until 1991. His career led him to KCAL-TV in Los Angeles, ESPN assignments. Steines was awarded two Emmys and a Golden Mike Award for work he did on KCAL specials. In addition to his work as a broadcast journalist, Steines has done some acting. One of his roles was as a security guard in the movie Nixon. In 1995, he started as a substitute anchor at Entertainment Tonight. Prior to being selected as co-host, Steines was anchor of Entertainment Tonight Weekend and primary substitute anchor.

However, he resumed co-hosting ET Weekend on a regular basis in mid-September 2010. In May, 2011, longtime co-anchor Mary Hart left Steines took over as the main anchor. However, on March 24, 2012, it was announced that Steines had decided to leave ET at the end of his contract in order to pursue other opportunities. On July 27, 2012, Steines left ET after 17 years, his replacement was Rob Marciano. In 2006, he was a guest in an episode of the sixth season of America's Next Top Model. Steines was the host of AOL's online reality television show Gold Rush in Fall 2006, executive produced by Mark Burnett, he moved on to host the new Hallmark Channel TV talk show titled Home & Family with Paige Davis, which premiered on October 1, 2012. Cristina Ferrare replaced Davis in November 2012. On June 21, 2016, Debbie Matenopoulos replaced Cristina Ferrare as his new cohost. In June 2018, Steines was fired from the series, he took over as host of KTLA's coverage of the Tournament of Roses parade starting in 2017, replacing Bob Eubanks.

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Ribet Academy

Ribét Academy College Preparatory is a private school for boys and girls from Pre-School through twelfth grade located in Los Angeles, California. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission of Schools. Ribet Academy's current location was built in 1923, this site was the Theme Hosiery factory and was converted into an all boys High School, Pater Noster, by the Los Angeles Archdiocese who ran their school here from 1960 for over 30 years. Ribet Academy has an international program; as a family owned business, there have been over 500,000 dollars worth of scholarships given. The Varsity Boys Basketball team are currents ranked State Champions for their division; the school was founded by Jacques Ribet in 1982, has occupied in turn several sites in or near Los Angeles. Mae Whitman - Actress and singer Adam G. Sevani - Actor and dancer Alexis L. Wilson - Author and social media maven

1957–58 Ranji Trophy

The 1957–58 Ranji Trophy was the 24th season of the Ranji Trophy. Baroda won the title defeating Services in the final. Vidarbha made their debut in the competition; the Zonal matches were played for the first time in Ranji Trophy history. Bombay conceded its last match in the West Zone match against Baroda when it became certain that Baroda would qualify from the West Zone, it would be twenty years, 124 matches and 18 Ranji titles before Bombay lost another match outright, against Gujarat in 1977-78. Prakash Bhandari hit 227 and took 4/34 and 5/47 for Delhi against Patiala Points System Win: 8 points Draw: 5 points Draw: 3 points Lost: 0 points Bonus: 1 point Ranji Trophy, 1957-58 as ESPN Cricinfo archive Ranji Trophy 1957/58 at CricketArchive


Vapniarka known as Vapniarca, Wapnjarka or Wapniarka, is an urban-type settlement in Vinnytsia Oblast, known since 1870 as a railroad station. Its name from the Ukrainian language translates as a lime settlement. Population: 7,840 During World War II, following the start of Operation Barbarossa, Vapniarka was administered by Romania. From October 22, 1941, to March 1944, it was included in the region of Transnistria and became the site for a concentration camp for members of the Romanian Jewish community; this succession of events formed a part of the Holocaust in Romania. Today, Vapniarka serves as the final train destination for visitors traveling to villages in Tomashpilskyi and Yampilskyi Raion of Vinnytsia Oblast. From here, buses or private transportation are used to get to villages like Busha, Olhopil and Sobolivka. In October 1941, the Romanians established a detention camp in Vapniarka. One thousand Jews were brought to the site that month from the city of Odessa; some 200 died in a typhus epidemic.

Nizkor Project Tesimony of a camp inmate Shoah Resource Center - Yad Vashem Personal artifacts from camp inmates, including Vapniarka Local site in Ukrainian about modern Vapniarka