Creative Adult is an American rock band formed in 2012 in the North Bay, United States. Creative Adult began in 2012 with the release of their debut EP titled Dead Air via their own Broke Hatrè Records, they released their second EP titled Bulls In The Yard the following year. In 2014, the band released the'Deep End' single. In 2014, the band released their debut full-length album titled Psychic Mess via Run For Cover, having traveled to Montreal's Hotel2Tango to record with Efrim Menuck; the album received favorable reviews, NME citing the band's "exploratory, intense" nature. In 2015 the band released a split 7" EP with both bands contributing one song, they released a split with the band Wild Moth, as well as the Ring Around The Room EP. The band has toured the United States with acts such as Ceremony, Self Defense Family, Makthaverskan, Tony Molina, Soulside. Scott Phillips RJ Phillips Michael Bingham James Rogers Michael Fenton Anthony Anzaldo Studio albums Psychic Mess Fear of Life EPs Dead Air Bulls in the Yard Ring Around the Room Singles "Northern Exile" "Deep End" Splits Creative Adult/Self Defense Family Creative Adult/Wild Moth
Ogino Ginko was the first licensed and practicing woman physician of western medicine in Japan. Ogino was born in Musashi province, she was married at the age of 16 to the son of the first director of Ashikaga Bank. She soon divorced after contracting gonorrhoea from her husband. After the embarrassment of having to visit male doctors with what was considered a “shameful” disease, she resolved that she would become a doctor to help women in similar circumstances. After graduating from Tokyo Women's Normal School, at that time a private medical academy with an all-male student body. Despite prejudice and much hardship, she graduated in 1882, after numerous petitions, was allowed to take her medical practitioner's examination in 1885, she opened the Ogino Hospital in Yushima, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, in Tokyo the same year as the first registered woman doctor in Japan. She served as staff doctor to the girls' school of Meiji Gakuin University. Ogino married a Protestant clergyman and utopian visionary, Yukiyoshi Shikata, in 1890, went with him to Hokkaidō in 1894, where she ran a medical practice.
After her husband died, she returned in 1908 resumed running a hospital. She was active in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Ogino died of atherosclerosis in 1913, she is buried at Zoshigaya Cemetery in Tokyo. Walthall, Ann; the Weak Body of a Useless Woman: Matsuo Taseko and the Meiji Restoration. University Of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-87237-8 Watanabe Jun'ichi. Beyond the Blossoming Fields. Translated by Deborah Iwabuchi and Anna Isozaki. Alma Books, Richmond. ISBN 978-1-84688-078-0 Portrait and bio at National Diet Library Ogino Ginko Memorial Museum, Kumagaya City
The 1992 Staples Corner bombing occurred on 11 April 1992 when the Provisional IRA detonated a large van bomb near the Staples Corner junction in north London, England. The attack happened at 1:10 am, a few hours after the major bombing of the Baltic Exchange seven miles away which killed three people; the bomb was home-made like the Baltic Exchange one, was placed in a white Bedford van. The IRA gave telephone warnings 50 minutes prior from a phone operator in Portadown, Northern Ireland. Police evacuated the area. Although no injuries were caused, the blast was powerful and caused significant damage to roads, leaving a crater on the North Circular Road flyover, it was strong enough to be felt several miles away. The bomb damaged a three-storey B&Q DIY superstore and a steel-framed warehouse, damaged warehouse property constructed of light cladding, it was estimated. An eyewitness said the B&Q store was "completely destroyed" and the roof collapsed; the B&Q superstore had to be demolished and the junction was closed for several months, causing severe disruption.
It is one of London's busiest intersections. On the morning of 8 October 1993 the IRA targeted Staples Corner once again with a small explosion. Around the same time another bomb detonated 2 miles away on West End Lane in West Hampstead. No injuries were caused. In 1994 two IRA terrorists, Gerard Mackin and Derek Doherty, were found guilty of planting 12 bombs throughout London over seven days in October 1993. Staples Corner is featured in Patrick Keiller's 1994 film London; the scene showcases the wreckage of the bombing days after the explosion in 1992. Baltic Exchange bombing Provisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997
The 1989 Swedish motorcycle Grand Prix was the thirteenth round of the 1989 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 11–13 August 1989 at the Anderstorp circuit. Wayne Rainey takes pole it’s Kevin Schwantz and Eddie Lawson. Rainey gets the start, Lawson moves into second, followed by Schwantz. A lead group forms, with Rainey, a small gap to Lawson another small gap to Schwantz, Kevin Magee and Christian Sarron. Schwantz cruises into the pits with a mechanical, Lawson closes the gap to Rainey and moves into the lead. Sarron is in third a couple of bike lengths behind, Wayne Gardner passes Magee for fourth spot. With two laps to go, Rainey is right behind highsides on the exit of a right-hander. It's a long tumble. Though it’s Rainey’s only real mistake all year, Lawson’s consistency and improvement brings him the win and a lead in the standings by 13.5 points. Sarron takes second, Gardner third. Says Lawson of the lap that saw Rainey go down: "That was my fastest lap of the race.
When I cracked it open, Wayne followed me, there was no way the Dunlop was going to do that. It wasn’t Wayne, it was the tyres."
Fisher Brothers is a real estate firm in New York City. It was formed by Martin Fisher in 1915, soon joined by his brothers Larry, Zachary; the Fisher family has substantial real estate holdings in New York City and elsewhere and are considered one of the "royal families" of New York real estate, alongside such clans as the Dursts, Roses and Tishmans. The family's fortune was estimated at $800 million in 1988; the Fisher family construction company was founded in 1915 by Martin Fisher. His brothers Larry and Zachary joined to form Fisher Brothers, they worked as contractors building homes in Brooklyn, Long Island and Mount Vernon. By the mid-1950s, they had branched out into commercial management. In the 1960s, Fisher Brothers continued to diversify, developing Midtown Manhattan office buildings at 1345 Avenue of the Americas, 605 Third Ave. and 299 Park Ave. Second generation partners Richard and Arnold Fisher led the firm in the 1980s, brokering deals which included the acquisition of a nine-acre parcel south of the United Nations Headquarters, one of the city's largest available development sites, the expansion of the Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington.
The family invested in other businesses including banking, once owned a stake in CBS. The company has been listed in the Fortune 500. In 2004, Fisher Brothers partnered with Morgan Stanley to form the $770 million City Investment Fund, intended to stimulate investment in Manhattan in the wake of the September 11 attacks; the firm is led by second generation partner Arnold Fisher as well as third generation partners Kenneth and Winston Fisher. The firm manages 6.5 million square feet in commercial property in New York City, including Park Avenue Plaza, 1345 Avenue of the Americas, 299 Park Avenue, 49 East 52nd Street, 605 Third Avenue. It manages 1.5 million square feet of commercial property in the Station Place complex in Washington, DC. Residential properties in New York include Beekman Tower, Chartwell House, 101 W. 87th Street, 111 Murray Street, 225 E. 39th Street, 37 Warren Street. The Fisher Brothers Foundation supports charities including New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York's Finest Foundation, the Police Athletic League of New York City, Lincoln Center.
Larry and Zachary Fisher were instrumental in the establishment of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Zachary Fisher founded the Fisher House Foundation, which builds residential properties near military and VA medical centers, offering free lodging to family members of hospitalized military personnel; the Fishers founded the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which gives aid to the families of U. S. soldiers who died while in military service and builds centers for the treatment of combat trauma. Fisher Brothers