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Northwest Arctic Borough, Alaska

Northwest Arctic Borough is a borough located in the U. S. state of Alaska. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,523; the borough seat is Kotzebue. The borough was formed on June 2, 1986. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 40,749 square miles, of which 35,573 square miles is land and 5,176 square miles is water. By land area, it is larger in total area than the state of Indiana, its coastline is limited by the Chukchi Sea. The Kotzebue Sound, a significant wildlife area, is a prominent water body within the Northwest Arctic Borough; the largest polar bear sighted in history, a male weighing 2209 pounds, was sighted at Kotzebue sound. North Slope Borough, Alaska - north Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska - east Nome Census Area, Alaska - south Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Chamisso Wilderness Bering Land Bridge National Preserve Cape Krusenstern National Monument Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Gates of the Arctic Wilderness Kobuk Valley National Park Kobuk Valley Wilderness Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge Noatak National Preserve Noatak Wilderness Selawik National Wildlife Refuge Selawik Wilderness At the 2000 census, there were 7,208 people, 1,780 households and 1,404 families residing in the borough.

The population density was 0.18 per square mile. There were 2,540 housing units at an average density of 0 per square mile; the racial makeup of the borough was 12.32% White, 0.21% Black or African American, 82.46% Native American, 0.89% Asian, 0.06% Pacific Islander, 0.36% from other races, 3.70% from two or more races. 0.79 % of the population were Latino of any race. 40.00 % "Eskimo" at home. There were 1,780 households of which 55.20% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 47.90% were married couples living together, 19.70% had a female householder with no husband present, 21.10% were non-families. 16.60% of all households were made up of individuals and 2.10% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.87 and the average family size was 4.36. Age distribution was 41.50% under the age of 18, 10.00% from 18 to 24, 28.10% from 25 to 44, 15.50% from 45 to 64, 5.00% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 24 years. For every 100 females, there were 114.50 males.

For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 120.70 males. Noatak Red Dog Mine List of airports in the Northwest Arctic Borough Official website Borough map: Alaska Department of Labor Summaries of Division of Subsistence research projects in northwest Alaska / Division of Subsistence, Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Hosted by the Alaska State Publications Program. Subsistence wildlife harvests in five northwest Alaska communities, 2001-2003: results of a household survey / by Kawerak, Inc. Maniilaq Association, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Hosted by Alaska State Publications Program

Code Red Experience

The Code Red Experience was a concert tour by American recording artist Monica, in support of her eighth studio album Code Red. The tour played over 20 shows in the United States, it marks the singer's first headlining tour in 16 years. Rico Love XSO Atiba Michael Blackson Shawty-Shawty The following setlist was obtained from the December 6, 2015 show, it does not represent all shows during the tour. "Video Introduction" "The First Night" "Don't Take It Personal" "So Gone" "Before You Walk Out of My Life" "Video Sequence" "Love Just Ain't Enough" "Call My Name" "I Know" "Why I Love You So Much" "Video Sequence" "For You I Will" / "Believing in Me" / "U Should've Known Better" / "Love All Over Me" / "Angel of Mine" / "Until It's Gone" "I Miss Music" "Everything to Me "Video Sequence" "Still Standing" "Just Right for Me" Official website

Chineze Anyaene

Chineze Anyaene is a Nigerian filmmaker and film producer. She is best known for Ijé: The Journey. Chineze Anyaene was born and raised in Abuja, West Africa, she obtained her B. A in Theatre Art from the prestigious University of Abuja, Nigeria. In 2005, she moved to the United States where she obtained a Master's degree in Directing at the New York Film Academy. Chineze Anyaene, a filmmaker with passion and drive in telling stories with thorough cinematic interpretation benchmarked on acclaimed international technical standard. Founder/CEO of Xandria Productions, a integrated studio which specializes in production, acquisition and distribution of theatrical motion pictures within Africa and the international film Market. Xandria Productions feature film debut "Ije: The Journey" in 2010 was produced and directed by Chineze Anyaene starring Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde and Genevieve Nnaji with a production sponsorship from Kodak. Ije tells the story of two Nigerian sisters and Anya, how Chioma travels to the US to help save her sister from being convicted of murder.

The critically acclaimed picture was shot in Nigeria and the United States as the first feature film to be made by a student of New York Film Academy. In 2012, Anyaene produced a short film, 20 Years Later, directed by Larry Ulrich and starring Jeff Handy, Chris Oliver and Angel Princess. Due to the production costs of Ijé: The Journey, as of 2013 she was still out of pocket and unable to get the funding to make another feature present at present. Chineze was a Speaker at the 14th Edition of African Business Club, Harvard Business School, on the subject ‘Entertainment: A Nexus of the Movie and Music Industries in Africa. African Business Club is the World's largest student-run event focused on business in Africa, it brings together over 900 participants, business professionals from around the world whilst providing an exceptional networking opportunity for business and community leaders, sponsors and prospective Harvard MBA students and alumni, students from other programs and educators from around the world.

The theme of the 14th edition of which Chineze was a participant was Africa Incorporated: Cultivating an Integrated Market Chineze Anyaene led a delegation with Tope Oshin Ogun, Ramsey Nouah, Charles Novia to represent Nigeria movie industry at the World Economic Forum held in Abuja in 2014 as a panel to discuss Nollywood and its prospects Chineze is consulting producer for a brand that comprises 7 channels on Sub-Saharan African direct broadcast satellite service. NIGERIAN OSCAR SELECTION COMMITTEE Chineze Anyaene constituted the Nigerian Oscar Selection committee and received approval from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2012 as the Nigerian organization approved to submit and represent the country's feature film entry in International Feature Film category; the re-committee was re-approved in 2019 by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards with her still as Chairperson of the 12-man committee. In 2019 the committee submitted Nigerian first entry for the Oscars for the Best International Feature Film category called Best Foreign language category Notable awards won are: Award of Excellence at the Canada International Film Festival, The Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas International Film Festival,The Silver Palm Award at the Mexico International Film Festival, The Melvin van Peebles Award at the San Francisco Black Festival, The Festival Prize for Best International Student at Swansea Bay Film Festival, awarded by Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Sheen.

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Madrasa El Jedid

Madrasa El Jedid is one of the madrasahs of the medina of Tunis. Built in the Ottoman Tunisia, it is considered as one of the historical monuments of the medina, thus becoming a heritage monument by the January 25th, 1922 decree; this madrasa is located in the Es Sabbaghine Street in the medina of Tunis. It is a part of an architectural complex including the El Jedid Mosque, it is composed of fifteen rooms to accommodate students, while the Madrasa El Yusefiya stands at the upper floor. Madrasa El Jedid is one of four madrasahs that were built during the reign of Al-Husayn I ibn Ali, the first bey of the Husainid Dynasty, it was named El Jedid because it is located just near the El Jedid Mosque. Ahmed Bernez was one of the first scholars teaching at the madrasa; as for other madrasahs, the role of Madrasa El Jedid turned from educating to just accommodating Ez-Zitouna students. In 1930, 44 students were living there while the capacity was limited to 20 students

Booky Makes Her Mark

Booky Makes Her Mark is a made-for-TV movie, based on the books by Bernice Thurman Hunter, starring a young Tatiana Maslany. This uplifting family film features beloved Canadian actors Megan Follows, Roberta Maxwell and Lally Cadeau. Filmed in Hamilton, Ontario and set in Toronto, this film features a young and diverse cast of Canadian actors and actresses. Beatrice "Booky" Thomson is a spunky 15-year-old who dreams of becoming a great writer despite the odds. Life in Toronto during the 1930s are hard ones for Booky's family. Parents Thomas and Francy are able to eke out a living for themselves and their children Willa and Booky, but irrepressible Booky, with her big imagination and bigger plans, seems able to tackle anything. When her new school teacher, Mr. Jackson, inspires her to become a writer, Booky pursues her career with gusto - until she lets some well-meaning advice from a great Canadian author shatter her dreams. Following a short stay at Aunt Aggie's Muskoka farm to quell a bout of bronchitis, Booky returns home to resume the usual joys and trials of growing up.

She starts the Deanna Durbin fan club with her best friends Ruthie and Gladys, rebuffs the advances of her brother's trouble-making friend Georgie, celebrates her 16th birthday with disastrous results, falls for Gloria's ex-boyfriend Lorne. One day, she decides to enter the local newspaper's essay writing contest and what happens after that nearly turns Booky's life upside down. 2006, Directors Guild of Canada nomination for'DGC Craft Award' 2006, Directors Guild of Canada nomination for'DGC Team Award' 2007, Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards nomination for'Best Cinematography in TV Drama' 2007, Gemini Awards nomination for'Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series' 2007, Gemini Awards nomination for'Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series' 2007, Gemini Awards nomination for'Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series' Booky Makes Her Mark on IMDb

Fletcher O'Leary

Fletcher O'Leary is an Australian child actor. He is best known for playing the role of Mickey Gannon in the Australian soap opera Neighbours from 19 June 2007 to 14 July 2009. O'Leary's younger brother Blake O'Leary joined the Neighbours cast in October 2007, playing Ben Kirk. Blake auditioned for Mickey at the same time as his brother. O'Leary has a sister called Holly. Fletcher shares a birthday with his father, he attends year 12 at Eltham College of Education. He attended Warranwood Primary Schoolwhere his mother Jacinta O'Leary works as the Performing Arts teacher. Fletcher says he enjoys "skateboarding, jumping on the trampoline and playing chasy" as well as visiting the beach, taking photos, the High School Musical movies and going to watch Carlton football matches with his father and brother, he plays football every Saturday for the Croydon Arrows. He is learning tap and ballet with his brother, he has been dancing since he was five and says it makes him "really happy". He once danced with Dein Perry during a "Tap Dogs" tour.

He does horseriding in Warrandyte with his favourite horse Banjo, he plays soccer with his mates at school. He wants to one day is learning to sing and play the piano. For his role as Mickey, O'Leary was nominated for "Best Child Actor" at the 2008 Digital Spy Soap Awards; the same year saw O'Leary nominated for "Best Young Actor" at the Inside Soap Awards. In 2009, O'Leary was again nominated for "Best Young Actor" at the Inside Soap Awards