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Moombahton is a fusion genre of house music and reggaeton, created by American DJ and producer Dave Nada in Washington, D. C. in 2008. Nada coined the name as a portmanteau of "Moombah" and reggaeton. Identifying characteristics of moombahton include a thick and spread-out bass line, dramatic builds, a two-step pulse with quick drum fills. Moombahton includes rave music synthesizers and acappella rap samples. Musically, moombahton mixes the rhythmic origins of Dutch house or house music, the slow tempo of reggaeton between 100 and 128 beats per minute, accompanied by percussions from reggaeton. Moombahton was created by Dave Nada in late 2009 while DJing his cousin's high school cut party in Washington, D. C.. He blended the house and club music which he had planned to play with the reggaeton and bachata the guests were listening to by slowing down Afrojack's remix of Silvio Ecomo and Chuckie's song "Moombah!" from 128 BPM to 108 BPM, to create the basis of the genre.«... I tried to slow down my house songs, I put the Afrojack remix of "Moombah" by Silvio Ecomo and DJ Chuckie at 108 BPM, the people went crazy.

I did the same with Sidney Samson's "Riverside", it was a delirium. I understood that I would have to record these editions as soon as possible.» Dave Nada Between late 2009 and early 2010, Nada worked on a five track extended play of moombahton tracks, released in March 2010, with the support of the DJ Ayres and the DJ Tittsworth at T&A Records. Moombahcore is a subgenre of moombahton with dubstep influences incorporating elements of newstyle hardcore and techstep. Moombahcore fused dubstep drums and moombahton tempo, incorporating elements such as wobble bass, FM synths, distorted basslines, complex percussion patterns. Moombahsoul is a subgenre, it combines the elements of soul, deep house and chill with moombahton backed drums and textures. David Heartbreak put together one of the genres first compilations in 2011 entitled'HEARTBREAK presents MOOMBAHSOUL'; the 15 track compilation included tracks by Heartbreak, DJ Theory & More. House music Reggaeton List of moombahcore musicians Dubstep Deep house


Drachowo is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Niechanowo, within Gniezno County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland. It lies 3 kilometres south-west of Niechanowo, 11 km south of Gniezno, 51 km east of the regional capital Poznań. Drachowo has a population of 110. From the year 1975 to 1998, the village belonged to Poznań Voivodeship. A pillar statue representing the Sacred Heart of Jesus is located in the central square; the statue bears Sweet Heart of Jesus, bless our families. - Najsłodsze Serce Jezusa błogosław rodzinom naszym. A legend is associated with Drachowo: "... On the hill in the village Drachowo, in Gmina Niechanowo, where today building stands with a defunct school. In the old days, which the oldest inhabitants don't remember, there lived a three-headed dragon in the village, he kidnapped virgins from the neighboring hamlets. Spells and visiting witches did not help. A local beekeeper dealt with the dragon by giving the beast honey that took its life..."

According to legend, to celebrate getting rid of the dragon, beekeeping festivals were held in Drachowo for many years. A monument of Drachowo's dragon stands in front of the former school

Ryan Graves (ice hockey)

Ryan Graves is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman, playing for the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League. Graves was selected by 110th overall, in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Graves, a native of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, first played at the major midget level with the South Shore Mustangs of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League as well as his local side, the Yarmouth Mariners in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League in the 2010–11 season. With his growing frame, Graves was selected in the first round, 9th overall, in the 2011 QMJHL Entry Draft by the Prince Edward Island Rocket. Agreeing to terms with the Rocket, Graves made his debut in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League in the following 2011–12 season, registering 2 goals and 9 points in 62 contests. After improving his offensive output in the following 2012–13 season, Graves gained the eye of NHL scouts, was selected in the fourth round, 110th overall, by the New York Rangers in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft; the Rocket were rebranded as the Charlottetown Islanders for the 2013–14 season.

In collecting 12 points in 39 games, Graves was dealt by the Islanders to the Val-d'Or Foreurs for their post-season push. He helped the Foreurs in the playoffs with 8 points in 24 games to help the club claim the President's Cup. On March 17, 2014, Graves' progression was rewarded as he was signed to a three-year, entry-level contract with the Rangers. Prior to the 2014–15 season, Graves was again on the move in the QMJHL, traded by the Foreurs to the Quebec Remparts in exchange for Vincent Lanoue and draft picks on August 18, 2014. An assistant captain, Graves broke out offensively in his final junior season, contributing with a career-high 15 goals and 24 assists for 39 points in just 50 games, he was selected to the Canadian Hockey League's Memorial Cup All-Star Team after collecting 5 points in 5 games for host club Quebec. In the 2015 -- 16 season, Graves was assigned to the Hartford Wolf Pack, he made his professional debut on opening night against the St. John's IceCaps on October 10, 2015.

He collected his first goal and assist in a 4-3 victory over the Syracuse Crunch on October 23, 2015. As a hulking defenceman with good mobility, Graves was a staple on the blueline for the Wolf Pack and represented the club at the 2016 AHL All-Star Game, winning the hardest shot contest with a 103.4 m/ph slapshot. With the Wolf Pack finishing out of playoff contention, Graves finished the season, leading the blueline with 9 goals in his 21 points in 74 games. In the following 2016–17 season, Graves continued his upward development in leading the blueline in all scoring categories with 8 goals, 22 assists and 30 points. Assigned to the Wolf Pack for the final year of his rookie contract, Graves regressed with just 4 goals and 11 points in 57 games in the 2017–18 season. Graves was dealt by the New York Rangers at the trade deadline to the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Chris Bigras on February 26, 2018, he was assigned to the Avalanche's AHL affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage. Graves scored his first NHL goal on January 4, 2019 against the team that drafted him, the New York Rangers.

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Live from Bonnaroo 2007

Live from Bonnaroo 2007 is a recorded live set from ska punk band Rx Bandits. The set was recorded live at the 2007 Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee; the album is available for download through the iTunes Store. "Frying In Jam" – 5:57 "Prophetic" – 4:22 "... And the Battle Begun" – 6:19 "Nugget" – 3:12 "Dinna Dawg" – 5:04 "In Her Drawer" – 7:02 "Taking Chase As the Serpent Slithers" – 6:55 "Consequential Apathy" – 2:38 "Only for the Night" – 6:41 "Overcome" – 7:47 "Decrescendo" – 5:16 Matthew Embree - vocals, guitar Steve Choi - guitar, keyboards Chris Sheets - trombone, backing vocals, percussion Joseph Troy - bass Christopher Tsagakis - drums

Susanna Foo

Susanna Foo is a Chinese chef best known for her work in Chinese/French fusion at her self titled Susanna Foo restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has owned and run other restaurants in Philadelphia and Atlantic City, is a two-time James Beard Foundation Award winner. Susanna Foo was born in the Inner Mongolia area of China, grew up in the Shanxi province, her father was a General in the National Revolutionary Army, so during the latter stages of the Chinese Civil War, she moved to live on Taiwan. While in college in Taiwan studying for a bachelor's degree in history she met, would marry in 1966, E-Hsin Foo. Together they moved to the United States, so he could study at Carnegie-Mellon University, she worked as a librarian. She was not taught how to cook by her mother, took a cooking course in Taiwan prior to travelling to the United States as part of her preparations, they moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1979, to help his family run their Chinese restaurant Hu-Nan. Prior to this, Susanna had never worked in a professional kitchen.

When Jacob Rosenthal of The Culinary Institute of America dined at the restaurant, he was inspired by her work. He arranged for her to dine at the best Chinese restaurants in New York City, for consultants to train her in French cuisine, as well as inviting her to attend the Culinary Institute itself, she would dedicate her first cook book to Rosenthal, saying that he changed her life. Foo decided to move away from traditional Chinese food, when in 1987, she opened her self titled Susanna Foo restaurant, serving a fusion of Chinese and French cuisines, it was named the best new restaurant of the year by Esquire magazine, Food & Wine magazine named her the best new chef in 1989. In 1995, her first cook book was published, entitled Susanna Foo Chinese Cuisine: The Fabulous Flavors and Innovative Recipes of North America's Finest Chinese Cook; this won her a James Beard Foundation Award for best international cookbook, she won a second James Beard Foundation Award in 1997 for Best Chef in the Mid-Atlantic region.

She opened a new restaurant, named Suilan, within the Borgata, a hotel and casino complex, in Atlantic City in 2003. A second cook book followed in 2005, Susanna Foo Fresh Inspiration — New Approaches to Chinese Cuisine. In 2009, she made the decision to sell Susanna Foo after running it for 22 years, her husband had fallen ill, she still had another restaurant closer to home in Radnor, Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen. Foo's husband died a year and she closed the Radnor restaurant in 2015. At the age of 72, Foo came out of retirement in 2016 to open a new restaurant, with her son Gabriel, he had wanted to open a restaurant, Foo felt that she was not yet finished with demonstrating modern Chinese cuisine. Some of the dishes are an evolution from those served in her previous restaurant, while others are inspired by her frequent trips to China. Official website

Henry Rushton Fairclough

Henry Rushton Fairclough was an American classical philologist of Canadian ancestry. He taught and did research at Stanford University from 1893 to 1927. Henry Rushton Fairclough, son of James Fairclough and Elizabeth Erving Fairclough, attended the Collegiate Institute and studied classical philology at the University of Toronto. After obtaining his bachelor's degree, he became a fellow at the University College there, taught Latin and English at the high school in Brockville from 1884 to 1885. From 1885 to 1886 he finished with a master's degree. In 1893 Fairclough left Canada and became an associate professor of Greek and Latin at Stanford University in California, where he spent the rest of his entire career, he intensified his studies at Johns Hopkins University, where the classical philologists Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve and Minton Warren, as well as the Sanskrit researcher Maurice Bloomfield influenced him. In 1896 Fairclough earned his PhD. A year in 1897, he was named professor of classical literature at Stanford University, professor of Latin in 1902.

In 1903 he undertook his first educational journey to Europe, more to Italy and Greece. Fairclough accepted an invitation to be Acting Director of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome during the years 1910 and 1911. During the First World War, he served in the American Red Cross in Switzerland and in Montenegro from 1918 to 1919, for which he was awarded many distinctions. After his return to Stanford University, he was named professor of Classical Literature in 1922. In the same year, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by his alma mater. Fairclough was a guest professor for Latin and Greek at Harvard University, president of the American Philological Association. In 1927, Fairclough retired from Stanford University, but still taught as a guest professor at Amherst College until 1929. After his retirement from Stanford, the Classics program created the annual H. Rushton Fairclough Prize for excellence in scholarship in Classics. Fairclough's research was focused on Roman poets, he wrote translations and bilingual editions of Plautus and Terence, the works of Vergil, the satires and epistles of Horace.

Further, he published text critical and exegetical individual studies of these authors and two monographs on the Roman and Greek concept of nature. Three years after his death, his biography was published posthumously under the title "Warming Both Hands", in which he describes his career and in particular his experiences during the First World War; the Attitude of the Greek Tragedians toward Nature. Toronto 1897 P. Terenti Afri Andria. Boston 1901 with Augustus Taber Murray: The Antigone of Sophocles. San Francisco 1902 with Seldon L. Brown: Vergil’s Aeneid I–VI. Boston/New York 1908 with Leon J. Richardson: The Phormio of Terence. Boston 1909 The Trinummus of Plautus. New York 1909 Virgil. 2 Bände, New York/London 1916–1918 Horace’s Satires and Ars Poetica. New York/London 1926 Our Twentieth-century Poets. Palo Alto 1927 Love of Nature among the Romans. New York 1927 Some Aspects of Horace. San Francisco 1935 Warming Both Hands; the Autobiography of Henry Rushton Fairclough, Including his Experiences under the American Red Cross in Switzerland and Montenegro.

Palo Alto/London 1941 Ward W. Briggs: Fairclough, Henry Rushton. In: Derselbe: Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists. Westport, CT/London: Greenwood Press 1994, ISBN 978-0-313245-60-2, S. 170f. Henry Rushton Fairclough at the Database of Classical Scholars Nachruf auf Henry Rushton Fairclough Informationen zum Nachlass von Henry Rushton Fairclough