My Dead Ex is an American series, produced by AwesomenessTV and airs on go90. The series premiered at South by Southwest in 2018 before being airing on Tumblr and go90 starting on March 20, it airs on Hulu. Charley is a normal high school girl with a crush on a cute boy; as she tries to score a date with the cute boy named Luke, her annoying ex will do anything to get her to go on a date with him. Since she dumped him, she wanted nothing to do with him, but when he dies, things start to change. Death won’t stop these two teens from falling in love. Or maybe it will? Katherine C. Hughes as Charley Ryan Lee as Ben Ryan Malaty as Luke Medalion Rahimi as Wren Marc Evan Jackson as Vice Principal Kelly Beth Littleford as Laurel Audrey Wasilewski as Mary Bloom Matt Braunger as Officer Mitch Maloof My Dead Ex on IMDb website
Andrew Fung Wai-kwong is the current Information Coordinator for the Office of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Fung was born on 27 June 1961, he was educated at the University of Hong Kong and was president of the Hong Kong University Students' Union in 1984 and president of the Hong Kong Federation of Students in 1985. He was a member of the pro-democracy political group Meeting Point and treasurer of the group until it was merged into the Democratic Party where he was elected the founding treasurer of the party and had been on the party's Executive Committee, he is on the Hong Kong Basic Law Consultative Committee, was a member of the Central Policy Unit and Urban Renewal Authority. Fung was first elected in South Horizons West constituency to the Southern District Council in the 2007 District Council election, he was re-elected in 2011 District Council election. Once a member of the pro-democratic Democratic Party, he quit the party in 2012 and he joined Leung Chun-ying's government in 2013.
In December 2013, he was appointed by Leung Chun-ying as the government's Information Coordinator under the Office of the Chief Executive. Due to the tensions between the Democratic Party and Leung, when he applied for the undersecretary posts in June 2012, he was condemned as traitor and he subsequently quit the party. Fung unwittingly, shared a photograph on Facebook of a bloodied policeman, the victim of protester violence overnight on 15 October during the 2014 Hong Kong protests, it turned out to have been a hoax by people who had taken a publicity shot from an upcoming drama series about zombie cops, but Fung's sharing of the image occurred the same day that television footage surfaced of a handcuffed protester, Ken Tsang, being violently assaulted by seven policemen made prime time news bulletins. Fung condemned the violence of pro-democracy protesters, had hoped to gain sympathy for the police with his post, but instead resulted in being ridiculed
The New Century Guild, now the New Century Trust, is a historic women's support organization headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1882, it is one of the oldest and largest organizations devoted to meeting the needs of women in the labor force. From its founding, the organization's goal has been to address the specific needs of "self-supporting women." Its headquarters building at 1307 Locust Street in Center City, Philadelphia is a National Historic Landmark. In 1882, Eliza Sproat Turner and other members of the New Century Club formed a committee for working women named the New Century Guild, it grew out a collection of evening classes for working women that began in 1880. She was assisted by artist Gabrielle D. Florence Kelley, its purpose was to provide education and opportunities for working women to learn a vocation. Soon afterward, the Guild became a separate organization and it needed its own building by 1892 to support programs and classes; the New Century Trust was formed in 1893 to facilitate funding for its first building.
The Guild headquarters are in a four-story Italianate brick rowhouse built in 1851. It was purchased by the Guild in 1906 from the estate of Dr. Thomas Drysdale. In addition to housing the offices of the guild, it has a library and meeting spaces available for its membership; the building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1993 in recognition of the guild's history. List of National Historic Landmarks in Philadelphia National Register of Historic Places listings in Center City, Philadelphia The New Century Trust, legal successor to the New Century Guild The New Century Trust Records, including organizational records and other materials related to The New Century Trust and New Century Guild, are available for research use at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Black Weblog Awards is an online awards event which recognizes bloggers of African-American descent for their contributions in blogging, video blogging, podcasting. The Black Weblog Awards started in 2005 with 11 categories, has now grown to include 36 categories. Former Black Weblog Award winners include blogger and radio host B. Scott and YouTube personality Elon James White, television host, New York Times best-selling author Baratunde Thurston, LGBT activist and media personality Keith Boykin, hip-hop artists D-Nice and Kanye West, musician and DJ Questlove, model/media personality Tyra Banks. Other Black Weblog Award winners have appeared in traditional media outlets, such as the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, NPR; the Black Weblog Awards has a seven-week nomination period for blogs. After the nomination period has ended, there is a vote audit, the top three to five nominated blogs in each category become the finalists for their respective categories; the public has a month to vote for the finalists, the winners are announced the first week of September before Labor Day.
In 2007, judges were introduced to the Black Weblog Awards. In addition to the regular voting process from the public, a panel of judges with extensive knowledge about blogs and bloggers of color were chosen to select winners in each of the award categories; each category has two winners—one winner is chosen by the public, one winner is chosen by the judges. These winners are announced the first week of September before Labor Day. Award categories for the Black Weblog Awards change annually; some categories are renamed. Best Blog Design Best Blog Network Best Blog Post Series Best Business Blog Best Cooking or Food Blog Best Culture Blog Best Faith-Based Blog Best Fashion or Beauty Blog Best Film Blog Best Gaming or Comics Blog Best Gossip Blog Best Group Blog Best Health or Wellness Blog Best Hip-Hop Blog Best Humor Blog Best International Blog Best LGBT Blog Best Microblog Best Music Blog Best New Blog Best Parenting or Family Blog Best Personal Blog Best Photography Blog Best Podcast Series Best Political or News Blog Best Science or Technology Blog Best Sex or Relationships Blog Best Sports Blog Best Teen Blog Best Travel Blog Best Video Blog Series Best Writing in a Blog Blog of the Year Blog to Watch Aaron Hawkins Award Best Blog Community Best Blog Post or Blog Post Series Best Celebrity Blog Best Entertainment Blog Best Niche Blog Best Original Content Best Pop Culture Blog Best Topical Blog Blogger of the Year On July 18, 2010, the Black Weblog Awards announced a Kickstarter fund-raising campaign for financial support in establishing a live awards ceremony for their 2011 awards installment.
The campaign was not successful, ended on September 1, 2010 reaching only 6% of their goal. In 2011, Black Web 2.0 reported that the Black Weblog Awards was acquired from Atlanta-based media company 3eighteen media by GEMPIRE Interactive headquartered in Austin, TX. Blog award Black Weblog Awards 2010 Black Weblog Awards Winners 2009 Black Weblog Awards Winners 2008 Black Weblog Awards Winners 2007 Black Weblog Awards Winners 2006 Black Weblog Awards Winners 2005 Black Weblog Awards Winners
Jean Pierre Agustin Barrientos Díaz known as Jean Barrientos, is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Greek club Xanthi. Barrientos started his career playing with Racing in 2009, he made his debut on 22 August 2009, in a 1-1 away draw against Central Español. On 29 August 2009, playing his second official match, he scored his first goal in the 0-2 away win against Centro Atlético Fénix. In June 2011, he signed a four-year contract with the Primeira Liga side Vitória de Guimarães. Last updated on 21 December 2013 VitoriaTaça de Portugal: 2012–13 Profile at BDFA Profile at Ceroacero Profile at Soccerway