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Raphael of Brooklyn

Saint Raphael of Brooklyn, born Rufāʾīl Hawāwīnī, was bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, auxiliary bishop of Brooklyn, vicar of the Northern-American diocese, head of the Antiochian Levantine Christian Greek Orthodox mission. He was the first Orthodox Christian bishop consecrated on American soil, he was born in Beirut, modern-day Lebanon, to Damascene Syrian parents of the Antiochian Orthodox faith who had come to Beirut fleeing a massacre of Christians in Damascus. He was first educated at the Damascus Patriarchal School that had become the leading Greek Orthodox institution of higher learning in the Levant under the leadership of Saint Joseph of Damascus, he furthered his study of Christian theology at the Patriarchical Halki seminary in Constantinople, at the Theological Academy in Kiev, Russian Empire. Father Raphael was sent to New York City in 1895 by Tsar Nicholas II of Russia to administer the local Orthodox Christian community which included Russian and Levantine immigrants. In 1904 he became the first Orthodox bishop to be consecrated in North America.

He served as Bishop of Brooklyn until his death. During the course of his ministry as an auxiliary bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church in America, St. Raphael founded the present-day cathedral of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America, established twenty-nine parishes and assisted in the founding of St. Tikhon's Orthodox Monastery. Father Raphael founded the official magazine of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese, The Word, in 1905 in Arabic. Saint Raphael was buried in New York until August 1989 when his relics were translated to the Antiochian Village Camp in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, on property of the Antiochian Archdiocese, along with several other bishops and clergy. Bishop Raphael was glorified by the Holy Synod of the Orthodox Church in America in its March 2000 session, he is commemorated by the OCA on February 27, the anniversary of his death and by the Antiochian Orthodox Church on the first Saturday of November. In 2015, the Antiochian Archdiocese, OCA and ROCOR celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the dormition of St. Raphael.

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The Classical Academy High School (California)

Classical Academy High School is a public charter school located in Escondido, California. First enrollment began in 2006, offering grades 9 and 10. In 2007, 11th grades positions were open. Beginning in the 2008-2009 school year, CAHS offered grades 9-12; the Principal for CAHS is Dana Moen. CAHS is under the leadership of Principal, Dana Moen. CAHS is part of the Classical Academies which are all overseen by the Executive Director, Cameron Curry. CAHS offers 3 program choices for students: Studio, Family Studio: This program allows students to take all of their courses on campus Tuesday – Friday with a credentialed teacher. Online: This program allows students to take all of their classes online with access to teachers in the cybercafe in Escondido or Oceanside. Family: This program allows students to take all of their courses off site under the supervision of a credentialed teacher and their parent or guardian. Students may blend between the programs as well as take concurrent enrollment at the community college.

Classical Academy High School strives to prepare all students for college and citizenship by teaching a rigorous and relevant curriculum that meets California state content standards as well as the University of California A-G requirements. A wide range of college prep, Advanced Placement, elective classes are available for students to choose from. Current Advanced Placement courses include US History, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Spanish Language and Culture, Biology, World History and Government. Elective choices at CAHS include: Art, Digital Media, New Media and Video Production, Drama, Music Appreciation, Play Production, Synthetic Biology, ASB-Leadership, Work Experience, Office Aide, Teacher's Aide, Speech, Anatomy, Sports Medicine, Life Skills, others. Students have the ability to take elective classes at a local community college or through the local Regional Occupation Program. CAHS follows a Quarter system, similar to a typical college schedule.

Students are able to focus on 3-4 courses at a time. The majority of the courses are considered "accelerated" where a year's worth of content is covered in 18 weeks. Courses that meet for a full 36 weeks include all levels of math, Advanced Placement courses, physical education, some of the elective classes; the average class size is 25-30 students. The official mascot for Classical Academy High School is the Caiman. CAHS is a member of the California Interscholastic Federation and participates in the Coastal Conference. CAHS offers the following sports for the 2015-16 school year: Fall: Football, Girls' Volleyball, Cross Country, Boys' Water Polo Winter: Boys' and Girls' Soccer, Boys' Basketball, Girls' Water Polo, Ice Hockey Spring: Golf, Swimming and Field, Softball; the athletic teams at Classical Academy High School are known throughout the league for their great sportsmanship and integrity. The Boys' Golf team brought the first league title to CAHS in 2011-12; the Boys' soccer team won the league championships in 2012 and 2013.

The Girls' Varsity Volleyball team brought home the CIF Championship banner in 2013. The Ice Hockey team for this school participates in the ADHSHL; the Classical Academy High School offers a plethora of extracurricular activities to enrolled students. These extra curricular activities include but are not limited to: Cheer, Speech & Debate, Play Production, ASB, Link Crew. Judy Zavrskey is the current adviser of the ASB. ASB oversees all extracurricular school activities, including Spirit Week, Film Festival, Movie Night, Prom, Senior Trip and the end of the year dance. ASB oversees student/staff recognition, School Lunches, Student Clubs. Current student clubs include Fellowship of Christian Athletes, French, Ping-Pong, Gay Straight Alliance, Project 7 Bible Club, Video Game, Film Appreciation, the Tutoring club. Daniel Jiles (Founder of AlphaLife Group Alecxander Najarian List of high schools in San Diego County, California Escondido Unified High School District

Whiskey (Maroon 5 song)

"Whiskey" is a song recorded by American band Maroon 5 featuring American rapper ASAP Rocky. It was released on October 18, 2017, as the second promotional single from the band's sixth studio album Red Pill Blues; the song was written by Adam Levine, Rakim Mayers, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Tinashe Sibanda and was produced by John Ryan, Maxime Devaux and JKash. "Whiskey" has a duration of three minutes and 30 seconds, was written and composed by Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, Rakim Mayers, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Maxime Devaux and Tinashe Sibanda. Production features American rapper ASAP Rocky; the track was recorded in June 2017 at Conway Recording Studios in California. Recording Recorded at Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CaliforniaPersonnel John Ryan – songwriter, keyboards, synthesizer Fly-M – producer, disc jokey Adam Levine – lead vocals, songwriter PJ Morton – keyboards, synthesizer Sam Farrar – audio engineer, additional production Tinashe Sibanda – songwriter, composer Noah "Mailbox" Passovoy – engineer Jacob "JKash" Kasher Hindlin – songwriter, producer Serban Ghenea – mixing engineer Tom Coynemastering ASAP Rocky – guest artist and songwriter

Universal Honey

Universal Honey is a Canadian power pop band. The band released seven albums; the group was formed in 1992 by bassist Johnny Sinclair and singer/guitarist Leslie Stanwyck, both of The Pursuit of Happiness. They were joined by guitarist Simon Tim Timleck on drums, their first album, Magic Basement, was released in 1993. Universal Honey toured extensively as an opening act for the Goo Goo Dolls; the band opened for The Heads at the NXNE festival. The band had moderate radio success in Canada in 1996 with the single "Any Road Back" from their album Earth Moon Transit, played on MTV2. In 2004 Universal Honey released Vicious Circles. Magic Basement Earth Moon Transit Universal Honey Fearless Invincible Can't Stop Thinking About Christmas Vicious Circles Universal Honey at MapleMusic Recordings

2016 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour

The 2016 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour was the fourteenth and final season of the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour. It began at Caraway Speedway on March 12 and concluded at Charlotte Motor Speedway on October 6. Andy Seuss entered the season as the defending Drivers' Champion. Burt Myers won the championship, 20 points in front of George Brunnhoelzl III; the 2016 season was the final season before NASCAR merged the two modified tours for 2017. Notes Four of the eleven races in the 2016 season were televised on NBCSN and were on a tape delay basis. Notes Bold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or Owner's points. * – Most laps led. Notes 1 – Jeremy Gerstner and Gary Putnam received championship points, despite the fact that they did not start the race. 2 – Kyle Ebersole and Austin Pickens received championship points, despite the fact that they did not qualify for the race. 3 – Scored points towards the Whelen Modified Tour. 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 2016 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 2016 NASCAR Pinty's Series 2016 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series

2018 Moto3 season

The 2018 Moto3 season was a part of the 70th F. I. M. Road Racing World Championship season. Joan Mir was the reigning series champion, but he did not defend his title as he joined Moto2. After winning at Sepang, Spanish rider Jorge Martín was crowned the 2018 Moto3 World Champion, having created an unassailable lead of 26 points over current runners-up Marco Bezzecchi; the final race in Valencia saw wildcard rider Can Öncü become the youngest Grand Prix motorcycle racing winner at 15 years, 115 days. Enea Bastianini moved to Leopard Racing, filling in the seat vacated by Joan Mir who moves up to Moto2, with Alonso López replacing Bastianini in Estrella Galicia 0,0. SKY VR46 rider Andrea Migno will ride for Ángel Nieto Team. Dennis Foggia will make his full season debut in Moto3 with SKY Racing Team VR46, having competed as a replacement and wildcard rider in the 2017 season. Jaume Masiá will make his full season debut at Moto3 with Bester Capital Dubai after competing as a replacement rider for the team in the 2017 season.

Marco Bezzecchi moved from CIP to MC Saxoprint. Niccolò Antonelli moved from Red Bull KTM Ajo to SIC58 Squadra Corse. After his full season debut with SIC58 Squadra Corse, Tony Arbolino moved to Marinelli Rivacold Snipers. Darryn Binder is set to ride for Red Bull KTM Ajo, replacing Bo Bendsneyder who graduated to Moto2 with Tech 3. Lorenzo Dalla Porta will race with Leopard Racing, replacing Livio Loi, who moved to Reale Avintia Academy. Makar Yurchenko will make his Moto3 debut with CIP. Both Romano Fenati and Jules Danilo moved up to Moto2, joining Marinelli Rivacold Snipers and SAG Racing Team respectively. John McPhee joined the CIP team as British Talent Team hiatus. María Herrera left Moto3 for the Supersport 300 World Championship. Juan Francisco Guevara will not continue with the RBA BOE Racing Team after he announced his retirement from professional racing due to personal reasons, he will be replaced by the 2017 Red Bull Rookies Cup champion Kazuki Masaki. Makar Yurchenko left the CIP - Green Power after his contract was terminated by mutual agreement due to inconsistent race results.

He was replaced by Stefano Nepa from Dutch TT onwards to join CIP - Green Power for the remainder of the season. Reale Avintia Academy expanded to enter a second bike. Reale Avintia will race under the name of "Reale Avintia Academy 77" from Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix onwards in honor of the late Andreas Pérez. Livio Loi left the Reale Avintia midway through the season due to inconsistent race results, managing only 8 points over 8 races, he will be replaced by Vicente for the remainder of the season. Darryn Binder missed the German motorcycle Grand Prix due to injury, he was replaced by the Spaniard Raúl Fernández. Arón Canet missed the Thailand motorcycle Grand Prix due to injury, he was replaced by Jeremy Alcoba. Mahindra and Peugeot withdrew from the Championship after the 2017 season. Ángel Nieto Team, Redox PrüstelGP, CIP - Green Power switched to KTM as a result of their withdrawal. AGR Team folded its operations in both Moto2 and Moto3 following the 2017 Aragon GP due to financial issues coupled with poor performance throughout the 2017 season.

British Talent Team's Moto3 team will be put in a temporary hiatus for the next few years starting from 2018. Marinelli Snipers have downsized to one bike in exchange for one slot in Moto2. Avintia Racing is set to return to Moto3 after a five-season hiatus, they joined forces with Team Stylobike fielding a KTM for Livio Loi. Red Bull KTM Ajo downsized to one bike; the following Grands Prix were scheduled to take place in 2018: The British Grand Prix was scheduled to move from Silverstone to the new Circuit of Wales, but construction on the new track has not commenced. The two circuits reached a deal; the Thailand Grand Prix is a new addition to the calendar, with the race scheduled for 7 October. The Catalan Grand Prix used a new configuration of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, wherein the previous set of corners of turns 13, 14 and 15 was combined into a sweeping right corner; the new layout was used in Formula 1 from 2004 to 2006. Scoring systemPoints are awarded to the top fifteen finishers.

A rider has to finish the race to earn points