click links in text for more info


Rev’n is an American vehicle-oriented digital broadcast television network owned by Luken Communications, LLC. As early as October 2012, Luken Communications, LLC was planning a car focused channel called My Car TV; the concept was retooled and renamed prior to launch, with the network focusing on all automotive vehicles, including cars, boats and more. Rev'n was announced by Luken Communications on November 3, 2014 and launched on December 1, 2014 with 26 affiliates in 24 markets reaching 29 million households. A partial list includes: Amazing World of Automobiles Best of the World of Collector Cars Bidding Wars Classic Cars Curator's Vault Dream Car Garage Dream Ridez Formula Drift FreeRide Hidden Heroes Inside Drag Racing Lokar Car Show Mother's Car Show Motorhead Garage Motorz TV My Classic Car Off Road Action On the Water Performance TV Pleasure Boater Reality Rides Rev'n News Road Classics Sam's Garage starring Sam Memmolo & Sam Mahdavi Sport Compact TV Stacey David's GearZ Steel Dreams Superlift's Off-Road Adventures Tech Garage The Exciting World of Speed and Beauty Trippin' on Two Wheels Truck U Two Guys Garage USAR Racing Valvoline Racing Radio on Rev'n V8TV World of TrucksUnusually for a specialty network, both of Rev'n's federally mandated educational and informational programs are more or less exclusive to the channel, with both carrying an automotive theme, Rev'n does not need to break from its format to air them.

Each show airs multiple episodes during the week to fill the three-hour minimum requirements. In addition to terrestrial affiliates, Rev'n is available through a free Internet stream on the station's Web site, as well as through subscriptions to the Klowd TV, NKTelco, FilmOn streaming services. Rev'n website Luken Communications website

Peter B. de Menocal

Peter B. de Menocal is an oceanographer and paleoclimatologist at Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, where he is Dean of Science in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Thomas Alva Edison/Con Edison Professor, founding director of the Center for Climate and Life. De Menocal earned a B. S. in geology from St. Lawrence University in 1982, an M. S. in oceanography from the University of Rhode Island in 1986, his Ph. D. in geology from Columbia University in 1991. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree from St. Lawrence University in 2009. De Menocal began working at Columbia University in 1986 as a graduate research assistant at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, he was appointed Dean of Science in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Columbia in 2016. He has authored more than 230 peer-reviewed publications. De Menocal appears in the media and talks about climate change with the public. De Menocal uses geochemical analyses of marine sediments to investigate past changes in ocean circulation and terrestrial climates.

His goal is to understand how and why past climates have changed, with a specific interest in placing contemporary climate change trends within the context of climate changes during the prehistoric past. He has participated in 12 oceanographic research cruises and, in 2001, was on one of the last research cruises off the coast of northwest Africa before the region was declared off limits to scientists due to the threat posed by pirates. In 2008, de Menocal received the Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award, "given annually to faculty of unusual merit."De Menocal was named a fellow of the American Geophysical Union in 2013. In 2014, he was named the American Geophysical Union Emiliani lecturer

Mayberry Village

Mayberry Village is an urban area in east central East Hartford, Connecticut, US. The village is home to Labor Field, which contains a baseball park, to Franklin H. Mayberry Elementary School; the original neighborhood, bordered by Home Terrace, Highview and Arbutus streets, was called Laurel Park Heights, named after the trolley park, located where Sunset Hills was developed in the late 50s. Old trolley tracks can still be seen in the Hockanum River Gorge. To the north is Burnside Avenue. To the south is Chester Street. To the west are other residential neighborhoods. To the east is Manchester, Connecticut. Mayberry Village was built in 1941 on what was the Cannon family farm, to house the influx of people who worked at Pratt and Whitney and other defense industries in Connecticut; the upper section of multiple-unit construction was built first and the "New Village", single and duplex units, was built. The complex was named after Doctor Mayberry, a local physician, killed while crossing railroad tracks under Burnham Street in East Hartford.

In 1956, the units were offered for sale to those people living within them. Many of these families did buy their houses and rented the other apartments to the people who continued to live there. In the earlier days, Mayberry Village was a cohesive community, managed by the Housing Authority out of the Community Building. On the first of the month, children would carry envelopes to the rental office to pay the families' rent; the village was a safe place and there was no fear of robbery. In most families, the father was a defense worker a veteran of World War II, the mother stayed home during the day. During the day, many peddlers came through: Jake, on the vegetable truck. During the winter, people would ice skate on the cove, in the summer kids played in Labor Field and other fields and woods around the village. Labor Field had been a victory garden during World War II and still had vegetables popping out of the ground in the early years. Both sides of the Hock were all thick woods, up in the Laurel Park area and across from Bergren Dairy, full of kids in the summer.

When the 5:00 whistle went off at the Case Brothers Mill on Burnside Avenue, across from Wickham, the woods emptied of kids running home for supper. One of the small houses in the New Village served as a local library; the Community Building, now the Larson Center, housed the rental office and two second grade classrooms upstairs. There was an auditorium upstairs with a stage that showed cowboy movies and cartoons on Saturday morning, was used for Sunday morning mass by St. Rose parish. During the week, the auditorium was used by the second graders in the building as a gym and meeting place. Downstairs was a repair shop where kids could sign out lawnmowers and walk them home to cut the grass. On Halloween, kids in costume would meet first at the Community Building and have a parade through the streets of the village before going for trick or treat; the smallest kids walked to school for the Little Red School House, which burned down, St. Isaac Jogues Church was built on that location. There were three rooms in the school, a large one for kindergarten, two smaller rooms for first grade.

Teachers were Miss Lupi and Mrs Weiss for kindergarten, Miss Yates for first grade. Miss Lupi died in the middle of the 1949 school year and was replaced by Mrs. Charlotte Cote, who lived in the Village after retirement. Miss Otis was a role she continued at Woodland School. After second grade, children walked to Woodland School. Mayberry Village is a neighborhood off of Burnside avenue. Much of the lower section of Cannon Road and Woodlawn Circle have been purchased by landlords attempting to renovate and improve the quality of the area. Many of the properties are owned by a conglomerate of 5-6 landlords who are in close communication

Streptomyces chattanoogensis

Streptomyces chattanoogensis is a bacterium species from the genus of Streptomyces, isolated from soil in Tennessee in the United States. Streptomyces chattanoogensis produces natamycin and tennecetin. Du, YL. "Identification of a novel Streptomyces chattanoogensis L10 and enhancing its natamycin production by overexpressing positive regulator ScnRII". Journal of Microbiology. 47: 506–13. Doi:10.1007/s12275-009-0014-0. PMID 19763427. Du, YL. "The pleitropic regulator AdpAch is required for natamycin biosynthesis and morphological differentiation in Streptomyces chattanoogensis". Microbiology. 157: 1300–11. Doi:10.1099/mic.0.046607-0. PMID 21330439. Jiang, H.. "Improvement of Natamycin Production by Engineering of Phosphopantetheinyl Transferases in Streptomyces chattanoogensis L10". Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79: 3346–3354. Doi:10.1128/AEM.00099-13. PMC 3648053. PMID 23524668. Gupte, M. D.. R.. "A study of antifungal antibiotic production by Streptomyces chattanoogensis MTCC 3423 using full factorial design".

Letters in Applied Microbiology. 35: 22–26. Doi:10.1046/j.1472-765X.2002.01119.x. PMID 12081544. H.-J. Rehm. Industrielle Mikrobiologie. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN 3-642-67426-7. Greenwood, David. Antimicrobial drugs: chronicle of a twentieth century medical triumph. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-953484-5. Martin Dworkin. Ecophysiology and biochemistry. New York, NY: Springer. ISBN 0-387-25492-7. George M. Garrity, ed.. Bergey's manual of systematic bacteriology. New York: Springer Science + Business Media. ISBN 978-0-387-68233-4. List of Streptomyces species Type strain of Streptomyces chattanoogensis at BacDive - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase

C.D. Pinhalnovense

Clube Desportivo Pinhalnovense is a Portuguese football club based in the town of Pinhal Novo, Setúbal District. Founded in 1948, it plays in the Campeonato de Portugal, holding home games at Campo de Jogos Santos Jorge, with a 5,000-seat capacity; the club's most high-profile player was former Portuguese international Jorge Cadete, who spent the 2004–05 season there before retiring. 2005: 1/8 final 2007: 1/8 final 2010: 1/4 final 2003–2006: Paco Fortes 2006–2007: Rui Nascimento 2007–2010: Paco Fortes 2010–: Paulo Fonseca As of 17 April 2017Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Zerozero team profile

The Kry

The Kry is a Christian rock/worship band from Quebec City, Canada. The band consists of Jean-Luc La Joie Yves La Joie, Pete Nelson In addition to their invitational songs, rock music, thought-provoking lyrics, they are known for Cassie's Song; this song was inspired by the Columbine shootings and it looks to God for healing and an explanation, while encouraging believers to be steadfast at any cost. In 1995 their album You reached number 27 on Billboard Magazine's Top Christian Albums chart; that same year Unplugged hit 40. The Kry has been featured at events such as the Harvest Crusades, they frequently play free concerts and lead worship on Wednesday nights at Maranatha Chapel in San Diego. In 2000 The Kry formed The Max Ministries to evangelize specific regions, including the French-speaking areas of the world. Although they tend to play a number of shows in Southern California, they do extensive touring; the Kry has toured in the United States, Australia, France, Austria, Russia, Albania and Ireland.

I'll Find You There You Unplugged what about NOW Let Me Say La Compilation Compilation of songs sung in French The New York CD Project Undone God of Infinite Worth Peut Être "Undone" in French with extra track "Lettre D'Amour" You Shine Let Your Kingdom Come Pop Hits: Christian Music's No. 1 Songs, "Everywhere" Sea to Sea: I See The Cross, "Holy Is Your Name" Life Is Precious: A Wes King Tribute, "Hold On" GMA Canada presents 30th Anniversary Collection, "I'll Find You There" The Kry Unplugged I Know Everything About You Faithful Gospel Music Association Dove Awards2000 The Kry was nominated by the Gospel Music Association for a Dove Award for their album "Let Me Say" in the category of Recorded Music Packaging of the Year. Gospel Music Association Canada Covenant Awards2007 The Kry won Francophone Album Of The Year with "Peut Être", Francophone Song Of The Year with "Merveilleux". 2007 The band received nominations for several Gospel Music Association Canada Covenant Awards: for Francophone Album Of The Year for "Peut Être", as well two of their songs were nominated in the category of Francophone Song Of The Year: "Merveilleux" and "Seulement L’Amour De Dieu".

The Kry Official Site Max Ministries Official Site