Was wir sind is a song by Austrian recording artists Nadine. It is the second single from Komm doch mal rüber. Nadine performed the song on the final of Dancing with the Stars; the single peaked in the Austrian Singles Chart at number 15. "Was wir sind" is the fifth track from the Nadine's album Komm doch mal rüber. The song is in German with the lyrics by Florian Cojocaru and the music by Frank Wildhorn A review from Der kultur-channel said Was wir sind was good but left no impression. According to Vorarlberg Online the press said the ballad showed "surprisingly mature sides" Nadine said the song was about friendship and togetherness and that she sang the song for her friend Julia. Nadine performed the song on the final of Dancing with the Stars The song was released in Austria as a single on May 4, 2007; the single debuted in the Austrian Singles Chart at its peak position of 15, the single was unable to improve on the initial entry position but did climb once in its eight weeks chart run. Was wir sind is about friendship and togetherness.
I sing the song for my best friend Julia. 06025 1734139 / EAN 0602517341395 Official music video on "UniversalAustria" on YouTube
Kupchino is a station on the Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya Line of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It was opened on December 25, 1972, it was designed by K. N. Afonskya, A. C. Getskin and I. E. Sergeyeva. According to the original plans, the station was supposed to be called "Vitebskaya". Kupchino is the oldest surviving above-ground station in Saint Peterburg, it has a transfer link-up to Kupchino Station of the Vitebskya Railroad. It has two exits to outside the station, as well as a long tunnel that leads to Vitebsky Prospect; the most famous resident of Kupchino is arguably the third President and current Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, who grew up in this area. Another famous resident of the neighborhood is the mathematician Grigori Perelman. Electrichki - St Petersburg - Posyolok-Novolicino, St-Petersburg-Oredezh, St-Petersburg - Gdov Lines Tramway - Routes 25, 43, 45, 62 Trolleybus - Routes 39, 47 Municipal Bus - Routes 50, 53, 54, 56, 57, 74, 96, 157, 159 Marshrutka - К-16, К-24, К-25, К-45, К-53, К-53а, К-56, К-59, К-82, К-96, К-113, К-139, К-151, К-201, К-216, К-217, К-246, К-250, К-253, К-286, К-292, К-293а, К-296, К-296а, К-345, К-347а, К-350, К-363, К-383, К-388, К-418, К-535, К-610, К-610а, К-688
The 2003 NASDAQ-100 Open was a tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was the 19th edition of the Miami Masters and was part of the Tennis Masters Series of the 2003 ATP Tour and of Tier I of the 2003 WTA Tour. Both the men's and women's events took place at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Florida in the United States from March 17 through March 30, 2003. Andre Agassi defeated Carlos Moyá 6–3, 6–3 It was Agassi's 3rd title of the year and the 58th of his career, it was his 1st Masters title of his 16th overall. It was his 6th title at the event having won in 1990, 1995, 1996, 2001 and 2002. Serena Williams defeated Jennifer Capriati 4–6, 6–4, 6–1 It was Williams' 3rd title of the year and the 35th of her career, it was her 1st Tier I title of her 6th overall. It was her 2nd title at the event after winning in 2002. Roger Federer / Max Mirnyi defeated Leander Paes / David Rikl 7–5, 6–3 It was Federer's 3rd title of the year and the 11th of his career, it was the 15th of his career.
Liezel Huber / Magdalena Maleeva defeated Shinobu Asagoe / Nana Miyagi 6–4, 3–6, 7–5 It was Huber's 1st title of the year and the 5th of her career. It was the 12th of her career. Official Website ATP Tournament Profile WTA Tournament Profile
The 2019 Arkansas Razorbacks football team represented the University of Arkansas in the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Razorbacks played their home games at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, with one home game at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Arkansas played as a member of the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference. On November 10, 2019, a day after the Razorbacks' loss to Western Kentucky, second-year head coach Chad Morris was fired, he finished at Arkansas with a record of 4–18, going 0–14 in SEC play. Tight ends; the Razorbacks lost their last nine games of the season and finished the season on a 19-game losing streak against SEC opponents, dating back to the 2017 season. The Razorbacks finished the 2018 season 2–10, 0–8 in SEC play to finish in last place in the Western Division; this was the worst season in program history, as the Razorbacks had never before lost ten games in one season. The SEC media poll was released on July 19, 2019 with the Razorbacks predicted to finish in last place.
The Razorbacks had two players selected to the preseason all-SEC teams. The Razorbacks' 2019 schedule will consist of 7 home games, 4 away games, 1 neutral game in the regular season; the Razorbacks will host SEC foes Auburn and Mississippi State in Fayetteville, Missouri in Little Rock. The Hogs will travel to face Ole Miss, Alabama, LSU. Arkansas will face Texas A&M in Arlington, Texas for the sixth year in a row, the ninth time in the last eleven games. Arkansas will host all four of its non-conference games: against Portland State from the Big Sky Conference, Colorado State and San Jose State from the Mountain West Conference, Western Kentucky from Conference USA; the statistics section was last updated on November 9, following Arkansas' game against Western Kentucky. Statistical leader
519 East 11th Street is a former tenement building in New York City's East Village. It has some architectural similarities to the nearby Eldridge Street Synagogue. Following abandonment of the building in the 1970s, a group of tenants organized themselves and applied for funding through Federal and municipal programs to take ownership of the building in return repayment of a 30-year loan and for sweat equity work to rehabilitate the building. In 1974, a group purchased 519 East 11th Street from New York City for $100 per unit, under the Division of Alternative Management Program and with assistance from the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board, received a $177,000 low-interest loan from the city to aid with repairs. Tenants were able to become co-owners of the building by purchasing units at $500 from the group that purchased the building, or by putting in equivalent sweat equity; the building included eleven units in a total of 10,410 square feet. They installed solar panels to assist with heating, in 1976.
Charles Copeland was hired by the tenants to oversee the project of installing solar heating. 519 East 11th Street became famous for the windmill constructed on its roof, designed to provide power for the building. It had the phrase "El Movimiento de la Calle Once:” The 11th Street movement" written on its tail blade; this windmill was constructed with the assistance of Windworks, a renewable energy company created with the support of Buckminster Fuller. Excess energy, beyond what was consumed by tenants in the building, was pushed back onto Con Edison's grid by causing the meter to run backwards. Under volunteer representation from Ramsey Clark, the Public Service Commissioner ruled in favor of the tenants; this ruling played a key role in creation of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act in 1978. Ed Koch, Robert and Lola Redford, visited the building to see the famed windmill; the MacNeil/Lehrer Report filmed an episode of its show on the roof of the building, to showcase the windmill. The windmill was credited with powering the building through the 1977 blackout while the surrounding neighborhood lost power.
The windmill only functioned for a few years. Urban Homesteading Assistance Board Image of 519 East 11th Street at the Museum of the City of New York