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Sacred Heart Cultural Center

The Sacred Heart Cultural Center, known as Sacred Heart Catholic Church, is an events center and a former Roman Catholic Church located in Augusta, Georgia. It is one of the more notable and recognized landmarks in the city, it was built by Jesuit priests and its first service was on December 2, 1900. The church had been in Augusta for 70 years, until it closed in 1971 due to modern suburban advancements. While the building was vacant, it was near destruction, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. In 1987, the Knox Foundation renovated the building and opened as a vibrant center of the city for cultural events; the Sacred Heart Cultural Center hosts special events such as wine festivals, choral concerts, Christmas events, an annual garden festival. Artwork is exhibited on a regular basis in the Art Gallery. Arts and culture in Augusta, Georgia Sacred Heart Cultural Center — official website National Park Service "Discover Our Shared Heritage" travel itinerary

TIM (owarai)

TIM is the name of a Japanese comedy unit. The unit consists of Golgo Matsumoto, they are most famous for their antics on the owarai show Uchimura Produce, as well as various children's shows such as Tensai Terebi-kun Max. The two are members of the owarai and music group NO PLAN. Red, the tsukkomi, is from Kyoto, Golgo, the boke, hails from Saitama; as tsukkomi, Red is embarrassed and blushes, where he gets the name. At the end of every episode of Uchimura Produce, the host, Teruyoshi Uchimura would shout, "And today's Red is..." to which Red would insert some strange pseudo-English or meaningless Japanese phrase. Red was given his own corner, "Red's World" in which he would perform weird and nonsensical ad libs. Red is a graduate of Bukkyo University in Kyoto. Golgo is the boke and is known for being confusing and rather odd. Golgo is known for his physical and set-up gags, contrasting the more verbal and corny mental humor of Red. Golgo was seen with an un-lit cigar on-air, he always sports a small, chaplin-esque moustache.

A famous gag of Golgo's has him crying out, "Ah... Inochi!" and spreading out his arms and lifting one leg in an attempt to mimic the shape of the kanji inochi, meaning "life". TIM was formed by the two in 1994 as an acronym for Time Is Money after close apartments in Tokyo brought the two together. Both went to the Japanese National High School Baseball Championship. Watanabe Entertainment

Jimmy Norman

Jimmy Norman was an American rhythm and blues and jazz musician and a songwriter. In his early career, Norman had a charting single of his own, "I Don't Love You No More", as well as performing session work with Jimi Hendrix, but he is better known as a lyricist and songwriter, he wrote the expanded lyrics of the song "Time Is on My Side", which became a hit for The Rolling Stones,and in 1985 re recorded and produced by Stephen Vanderbilt featuring "St. Tropez" as the A side of a 45 released on the album "Home" throughout Europe. Norman composed a number of songs performed by well-known musicians including Johnny Nash and Bob Marley. In 1969 he became involved with doo-wop band The Coasters, first as a producer and as a touring member, he was recording independently, releasing a solo album in 1998, the same year poor health forced him to retire from performance. Like many other musicians of his time, he was not financially prepared for retirement or heavy medical bills, with few royalties for his writing soon found himself in economic crisis.

With the assistance of charitable organization Jazz Foundation of America, Norman regained his feet and resumed performing, releasing his first wide distribution album in 2004, Little Pieces. He performed in the Manhattan area until shortly before his death. Born August 12, 1937 as James Norman Scott in Nashville, Norman relocated to California as a teenager, beginning his career as a touring musician throughout the Midwest and southern regions of the United States before settling in New York City. There, he performed. In 1962, Norman released his biggest charting single, "I Don't Love You No More", which reached #21 on the Billboard "Black Singles" chart and #47 on the "Pop Singles" chart. In 1964, singer Irma Thomas went into the studio to record the single "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is", it was decided that the b-side, a cover of Kai Winding's "Time Is on My Side", needed additional lyrics, since the only words in the original composition were "Time is on my side" and "You'll come runnin' back."

Norman was composed the rest of the lyrics to the tune. The Rolling Stones recorded the song with Norman's lyrics and released it as a single, which became the band's first hit to break the top ten; the Rolling Stones' releases did credit Norman as lyric writer for a number of years, but his name was removed. In 1966, Norman recorded several tracks with Jimi Hendrix on session at Abtone Studio in New York: "You're Only Hurting Yourself", "Little Groovemaker" and "On You Girlie It Looks so Good"; the second of these songs was retooled under the title "Groove Maker" and has been included on a number of Hendrix releases. According to Black Gold: The Lost Archives of Jimi Hendrix, Norman—not Lonnie Youngblood as popularly supposed—was the primary performer besides Hendrix on this song. Jimi Hendrix – From the Benjamin Franklin Studios 3rd Edition Part 1: The Complete Guide to the Recorded Work of Jimi Hendrix posits Youngblood on saxophone, but gives writing credit to Norman. Jimi Hendrix: Musician documents the confusion surrounding this and other Hendrix sessions of the time, including the difficulty in tracking contributions when they rose from manipulation of the material as Hendrix became famous.

"You're Only Hurting Yourself" and "Little Groovemaker" were first released under Norman's name as Samar records single 112 in 1966 and never again released in original form. "On You Girlie It Looks so Good". In 1968, Norman was visited by a young Bob Marley in his Bronx apartment. Norman had at that time written a number of songs for Johnny Nash, whose record label had just signed Marley, Marley wanted to learn more about rhythm and blues. Along with Al Pyfrom, Norman's co-writer, Marley's wife Rita, the pair spent several days in a jam session that resulted in a 24-minute tape of Marley performing several of his own and Norman-Pyfrom's compositions. According to Reggae archivist Roger Steffens, the tape—which was lost among Norman's possessions for decades—is rare for Marley in that it was influenced by pop music rather than reggae, highlighting a point in Marley's career when he was still trying to find his path; some of the songs from this early jam session were released on the Marley album Chances Are.

Following these sessions, Norman went to Kingston and spent more than half a year there, working in the studio with Marley and composing songs. A number of his compositions were recorded by Marley, Peter Tosh, Byron Lee and the Dragonaires, Neville Willoughby; some of the tapes recorded by Norman during his sessions with Marley have been commercially released as part of the Marley compilation album, Soul Almighty. After producing a single for the doo-wop band The Coasters in 1969 for Lloyd Price's Turntable Records, Norman replaced Vernon Harrell as the regular substitute for Billy Guy in the group in the 1970s, touring with them until forced to retire by ill-health in 1998, the same year his album Tobacco Road was released by independent label Bad Cat Records. In interview, Norman cited the limited repertoire, noting that fans of the band were only interested in hearing hits like "Yakety Yak", "Charlie Brown" and "Poison Ivy". Norman did have opportunity to deviate with other love songs from the 1950s, the era when The Coaster's rose to fame.

During his time with the Coasters, Norman teamed up with Eddie Palmieri as lead vocalist in the group Harlem River Drive, which released a self-titled album in 1971. Norman suffered multi