"I'm Singing" is the debut single by Christian music singer-songwriter Kari Jobe. It debuted at No. 13 on Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart on November 25, 2008. Jobe's co-wrote the song with fellow worship singer and Christian artist Chris Tomlin, producer Ed Cash. Jobe recorded "I'm Singing" in Spanish titled "Le Canto", the name of the Spanish album. On December 28, 2008, Jobe began asking fans via her YouTube channel to send in brief testimony video clips of their life stories, either good or bad to her to use for a music video; the music video premiered February 4 with all of the fans who had sent in clips, at the end of each testimony, proclaiming the either the words "I'm singing" or "I'm still singing" in reference to their testimony. "I'm Singing" video project Official "I'm Singing" music video
The Mannish Boys are an American blues band based in Los Angeles, United States. They play classic blues in West Coast and Chicago styles. Led by vocalist Finis Tasby, the band consists of all-star veteran members of the West Coast blues scene; the band debuted from Delta Groove Productions in 2004 with the album That Represent Man. The members on the debut CD were Finis Tasby, Kirk Fletcher, Franck Goldwasser, Leon Blue, Tom Leavey, Ronnie James Weber and June Core; the CD featured guests including Roy Gaines, Paul Oscher, Mickey Champion. They made appearances at festivals in the U. S. Canada, in Europe. Bobby Jones, a blues and soul vocalist from Chicago came on board as a special guest on Big Plans, became an official member soon after; the Mannish Boys Lowdown Feelin' was nominated in the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards for'Blues Album of the Year'. The song "Mannish Boy", as performed by The Mannish Boys, was featured during the credits at the end of the 2007 romantic comedy movie, What Love Is.
In 2013, Double Dynamite won the Blues Music Award in the'Traditional Blues Album' category, the group was nominated in the'Band' category. They were nominated in the'Band of the Year' category again in 2014. 2004: That Represent Man 2005: Live & In Demand 2007: Big Plans 2008: Lowdown Feelin' 2010: Shake For Me 2012: Double Dynamite 2014: Wrapped Up And Ready Official website The Mannish Boys at Delta Groove Productions
Eubulus was an Athenian "Middle Comic" poet, victorious six times at the Lenaia, first in the late 370s or 360s BC According to the Suda, which dates him to the 101st Olympiad and identifies him as "on the border between the Middle and the Old Comedy", he produced 104 comedies and won six victories at the Lenaia. An obscure notice in a scholium on Plato appears to suggest that some of his plays were staged by Aristophanes’ son Philippus, he attacked Philocrates, Callimedon and Dionysius the tyrant of Syracuse. Eubulus's plays were chiefly about mythological subjects and parodied the tragic playwrights Euripides. 150 fragments of his comedies survive, along with fifty-eight titles: The standard edition of the fragments and testimonia is in Rudolf Kassel and Colin François Lloyd Austin's Poetae Comici Graeci Vol. V; the eight-volume Poetae Comici Graeci produced from 1983 to 2001 replaces the outdated collections Fragmenta Comicorum Graecorum by August Meineke, Comicorum Atticorum Fragmenta by Theodor Kock and Comicorum Graecorum Fragmenta by Georg Kaibel.
Richard L. Hunter offers a careful study of Eubulus’ career and the fragments of his plays in Eubulus: The Fragments
María Isabel Chicha Chorobik de Mariani, was a Human rights activists in Argentina. She was founder and second president of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. de Marian was second president of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. In 1989 she left the association and In 1996 she founded another association called Anahí (in honor of Clara Anahí Mariani who disappeared from Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo. In 2007, the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires awarded her a diploma of honor for her work on human rights. In 1951 de Mariani married violinist Enrique José Mariani, until his death. During the military dictatorship, on November 24, 1976, the security forces attacked de Marian's house and her son Daniel Mariani and his daughter-in-law Diana Teruggi, in La Plata; as a result of militia forces of Montoneros attack, her daughter-in-law died, the militants kidnapped a three months baby, Clara Anahí,and in the following year maria's son was murdered by the Montoneros. Right after de Marian has informed that her granddaughter survived under the attacker, Maria Isabel began searching to find her granddaughter alone.
She searched all the barracks, police stations, without achieving any results, in many cases she was being mistreated or threatened to do so. Monsignor Emilio Graselli, from the Catholic Church, confirmed that her granddaughter was alive,but at the same time she has informed that the Church was not willing to intervene in the release of her granddaughter. In the second half of 1977, de Marian became acquainted with Alicia Licha Zubasnabar, from De la Cuadra, La Plata, they decided to create an organization of grandmothers to look after their disappeared grandchildren. After the coup d'état of March 24, 1976, the mothers whom their grand children were kidnapped and missing founded a human rights organization with the goal of finding the children stolen and illegally adopted during the Argentine dictatorship. Estela Barnes de Carlotto and de Mariani both were founders of this organization and de Marian was the second president of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, it was founded in 1977 to locate children kidnapped during the repression, some of them born to mothers in prison who were "disappeared", to return the children to their surviving biological families.
In 1989, due to difference between the members of Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, de Marian left the Association. She founded a human rights organization called Asociación Anahí. Diana Teruggi, a student, Daniel Mariani, a graduate student in Economics, in 1975 moved with her only daughter Clara Anahí to la Plata, in a house on Calle 30 de, which functioned as one of the Montoneros operating houses in that city, and where the clandestine press of the magazine Evita Montonera were hiding there. On November 24, 1976 the house was attacked for 3 hours by more than one hundred members of the Army and the Buenos Aires City Police. All the adults who were there that day were killed; the others Diana Teruggi, Roberto Porfidio, Daniel Mendiburu Eliçabe, Juan Carlos Peiris and Alberto Bossio, Clara Anahí Mariani, all were taken alive and kidnapped that day. The day of the attack Daniel Mariani had left house for the work in Buenos Aires, For about eight months he fought for the organization Montoneros clandestinity.
On August 1, 1977, he was murdered. On the walls and ceilings of Mariani-Teruggi House, you can still see the impact of the bullets and the blood of the people murdered there. In 1998, the house was opened to the public; the same year The house was declared of Municipal Interest and Cultural Heritage of the Province of Buenos Aires in 2000, declared of National Interest in 2003, National Historical Monument in 2004. On December 24, 2015, a lady called cordovan arrived at the house of the founder of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, affirming that she was Clara Anahí Mariani-Teruggi, the disappeared granddaughter of Chicha Mariani; as evidence, a report from the CIGA, a private laboratory in the city of Córdoba, signed by a biochemist named Juan Carlos Jaime, affirmed "the existence of a biological link through the paternal route with a probability of 99.9%. However, The lady concealed the fact on June 25, 2015, the National Genetic Data Bank had informed her that she had no affiliation with any disappeared person.
Chorobik de Mariani testified in a trial against former commissioner Miguel Etchecolatz responsible for crimes against humanity committed during the military dictatorship, As a result of trial, in 2007, Etchecolatz was sentenced to life imprisonment, for the murder of Mariani's daughter-in-law Diana Teruggi. In 2007 she was awarded by the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires with a Medal of Honor for her works in favor of human rights. On October 3, 2018, the main studio of Caput Radio was renamed "Estudio Chicha Mariani". Dirty War 1970s and 1980s Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo Sitio web de la Fundación Anahí Álvarez, Victoria. "Entrevista a Chicha Mariani: "Si conocen a alguna chica que tenga dudas sobre su identidad, díganle que venga, acá tenemos una carpeta con mucha información. La estamos esperando"". Aletheia. Historia, Memoria y Justicia a 40 años del golpe de Estado en Argentina. 7. Hdl:10915/57816. ISSN 1853-3701. Retrieved 21 August 2018
USS Satterlee was a Gleaves-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She is the second Navy ship named for United States Coast Guard Captain Charles Satterlee. Satterlee was laid down on 10 September 1941 by the Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. Seattle and launched on 17 July 1942; the ship was commissioned on 1 July 1943, Lieutenant Commander Joseph F. Witherow, Jr. in command. Satterlee escorted the British aircraft carrier, HMS Victorious, from the Western Seaboard to the Atlantic coast, where the new destroyer joined the U. S. Atlantic Fleet on 26 August 1943. After two convoy escort voyages to Casablanca, training out of Casco Bay, she escorted the battleships Texas and Arkansas to Belfast, Northern Ireland, in April 1944. In the first week of May 1944, Satterlee underwent training for a special mission assigned to her for the Normandy landings, she was to support a crack unit of 200 Army Rangers in eliminating a German gun battery at Pointe du Hoc which commanded the Omaha landing beaches.
After escorting minesweepers to the beach area on the night of 5 and 6 June, she commenced pre-arranged fire on Pointe du Hoc at 05:48, 6 June. As the Rangers landed, she broke up enemy units attempting to oppose them from the top of the cliff. Although the rangers found that the battery's guns had been removed before the landings, German resistance was stiff, Satterlee provided gunfire support for the rest of the day. Satterlee remained off the Normandy beaches for the next forty days, joined the invasion force which arrived off Saint-Tropez, southern France, on 15 August 1944. Here she helped repel a night attack of five German motor torpedo boats, sinking one from which she rescued 12 survivors. Satterlee returned to the east coast in October 1944 for training at Casco Bay. In January and February 1945, she escorted the cruiser Quincy, with President Franklin D. Roosevelt embarked, on the Norfolk–Bermuda portion of his trip to and from the Yalta Conference, she next sailed for the Pacific, arriving at Pearl Harbor on 16 May 1945 for duty as a gunnery school ship.
She provided escort for the aircraft carriers Saratoga and Wasp during night and day flight operations off Hawaii. On 4 July, Satterlee left Pearl Harbor and commenced air-sea rescue patrol duty between Saipan and Okinawa and performed this duty for the rest of the war and the initial months of the occupation. On 9 November, she began her trip back to the United States for inactivation. Satterlee was decommissioned on 16 March 1946 and placed in reserve at Charleston, South Carolina She was struck from the Navy list on 1 December 1970. Satterlee received two battle stars for her World War II service. Henry Fonda served on the ship, as a Quartermaster 3rd Class; this article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The entry can be found here. Navsource.org: USS Satterlee hazegray.org: USS Satterlee