The Circle of Homosexual Culture "Mario Mieli" is an association founded in Rome in 1983 to defend the civil rights of LGBT people and dedicated to gay writer and activist Mario Mieli. It is an independent association based on volunteering: it deals with the claim and protection of the civil rights of LGBTQ people and promotes cultural activities and socialization. In this regard, it is fighting against homophobic and transphobic prejudice in the field of civil rights and a culture of differences, including pressures on mass media and institutions, in order to change the discriminatory attitude towards both sexual orientation and identity Of gender, they are actively involved in the fight against AIDS, organizing awareness campaigns and helping patients. For a long time it is a solid point of reference for knowledge and socialization among LGBTQ people, as it offers a "welcome" service that takes place once a week at the club headquarters; the association was founded in 1983 by the fusion of pre-existing Roman organizations, F.
U. O. R. I. Roma and Collettivo Narciso. Since 1989, first in Rome, Circolo Mario Mieli offers home-based care for people suffering from aids, formed by a staff of practitioners and social workers, it offers psychological counselling services, legal assistance, telephone counselling, self-help groups for HIV-positive people. It manages a family home for homeless people. Since 1994 it is the organizer of the annual LGBT Pride event in Rome. In 1995, it joined the EPOA, by initiative of its President at the time, Imma Battaglia, got to host in 2000 the World Pride, the world premiere of LGBT pride, culminating in a great parade Parade on the streets of capital on July 7, 2000; the Circle Mario Mieli was the official organizer of Europride in Rome in 2011. From 1994 to 2011 they published the monthly magazine Aut, distributed throughout the country; the club hosts the "Marco Sanna" Documentation Centre, dedicated to a historical activist who played in the association. In 2010, the Vinicio Diamanti Fund was set up, dedicated to the actor, star of travesty of the avanspettacolo, following a donation from the family.
The background collects photographs, documents, correspondence and cinematographic materials and costumes. The chairmen of the Circle were: Bruno Di Donato, Vanni Piccolo, Andrea Pini, Pino Anastasi, Deborah Di Cave, Imma Battaglia, Massimo Mazzotta, Rossana Praitano, Andrea Maccarrone, Rossana Praitano, Andrea Maccarrone, Mario Colamarino and Sebastiano F. Secci elected in October 2017. On August 3, 2017, the circle announced that it had submitted its application to organize the World Pride 2025, 25 years after the first, in Rome
The Southern Gothic is an American music group with an Americana sound that leans on country and southern rock roots. Known to fan's as SoGo from Atlanta, now based in Nashville, Tennessee The Southern Gothic is composed of Connor Christian, Jeff Spirko, Shawn Thacker and Quinn Loggins; the group was formed in 2007 as the Morningstar Revival. Under the name "Connor Christian & Southern Gothic," they released 2 studio albums; the 2013 album New Hometown sold 5,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting in the Top 20 of the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and at number one on the Top Heatseekers chart. In January 2014, the band recorded a double-live album entitled "Shuffle & Stomp," as well as its first full-length concert DVD entitled "CCSG Live in Atlanta." In 2015, the band re-branded as "The Southern Gothic" and relocated to Nashville to record a new album. After taking a four-year hiatus to work on individual projects, the band reformed in late 2018 and released their latest single, "Let it Ride," on April 19, 2019.
The 2014–15 Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey team represented Yale University in the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season. The team was coached by Keith Allain,' his ninth season behind the bench at Yale, his assistant coaches were Dan Muse, Jason Guerriero, Josh Siembida, Stephen Volek. The Bulldogs played their home games at Ingalls Rink on the campus of Yale University, competing in the ECAC. Three Senior Bulldogs graduated in May: Captain Jesse Root – F, Kenny Agostino – F, Gus Young – D Senior defensemen Tommy Fallen was named Captain for the 2014–15 season. Yale added five freshmen for the 2014–15 season: three forwards, two defensemen. Kenny Agostino, F - Graduation - Signed a contract with the Calgary Flames playing for the AHL Affiliate, Calgary Flames. Jesse Root, F - Graduation - Signed a contract with the Dallas Stars playing for the AHL Affiliate, Texas Stars. Gus Young, D - Graduation - Signed a contract with the Worcester Sharks As of February 20, 2015. On November 2, the Bulldogs beat Connecticut 2-1 to win the Liberty Hockey Invitational at the Prudential Center.
On January 2, Yale's John Hayden was away, representing the United States at the 2015 World Juniors in Montreal and Toronto, Canada. The US lost to Russia in the quarterfinal. On January 10, the Bulldogs won the 2nd edition of Rivalry on Ice with a 4-1 win over Harvard in Madison Square Garden. On January 20, the Bulldogs tied for the Heroes Hat with a 2-2 tie with host Quinnipiac. On February 27, the Bulldogs secured a 1st-round bye in the ECAC playoffs, will host a quarterfinals matchup at Ingalls Rink. On March 5, the Ivy League announced the All-League teams. Rob O'Gara and Alex Lyon were named to the All-Ivy first team, with John Hayden making the All-Ivy second teams. Ryan Hitchcock was unanimously selected as Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Additionally, Keith Allain was unanimously selected as the Ivy League Coach of the Year. On March 15, the Bulldogs were defeated by the Harvard Crimson in the quarterfinals of the ECAC tournament, losing the best of three series in three games. Harvard took game 1 by a score of 2-3, but Yale tied the series by winning game 2 and 3 by scores of 2-0.
In the 3rd and final game of the series Harvard won 2-3 with the game-winning goal in the 2nd overtime period. On March 20, ECAC Hockey announced the All-Conference teams. Rob O'Gara and Alex Lyon were named to the All-League first team. Rob O'Gara was named ECAC's best Defensive Defenseman, while Alex Lyon was selected as the Ken Dryden Goaltender of the Year. Additionally, the Bulldogs were award the Sportsmanship Trophy. On March 22, the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee placed Yale as the 4-seed in the Northeast Regional at Manchester, playing 1-seed Boston University in the first round. On March 27, Yale lost to 1-seed Boston University by a score of 3-2 in the first round; as of March 20, 2015. Ivy League All-Stars Rob O'Gara, D – 1st Team All-Ivy Alex Lyon, G – 1st Team All-Ivy John Hayden, F – 2nd Team All-IvyIvy League Awards Ryan Hitchcock, F – Ivy League Rookie of the Year Keith Allain – Ivy League Head Coach of the YearECAC All-Stars Rob O'Gara, D – 1st Team All-League Alex Lyon, G – 1st Team All-LeagueECAC Awards Rob O'Gara, D – Best Defensive Defenseman Alex Lyon, G – Ken Dryden Goaltender of the Year Yale University Bulldogs – Sportsmanship Trophy
Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto, Canada, is a walk of fame that acknowledges the achievements and accomplishments of Canadians who have excelled in their respective fields. It is a series of maple leaf-like stars embedded in 13 designated blocks' worth of sidewalks in Toronto in front of Roy Thomson Hall, The Princess of Wales Theatre, The Royal Alexandra Theatre on King Street as well as Simcoe Street; the first group of members was inducted in 1998, to date 173 Canadians have been inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. These inductees include: activists; the Walk of Fame was first conceived in 1996 when co-founder Peter Soumalias, suggested the idea of a Walk of Fame for famous Torontonians to the board of the Toronto Entertainment District Association. They rejected his idea, but he went on to establish a Walk of Fame for Canadians in partnership with Bill Ballard, Dusty Cohl and Gary Slaight. In spite of a lack of funds, research and no media plan, the first class of inductees was inducted in 1998.
Canada's Walk of Fame has become a popular tourist attraction in Toronto, has been named the number one Canadian recognition event. Canada's Walk of Fame accepts nominations for inductees in five categories: Arts & Entertainment Business & Entrepreneurship Philanthropy & Humanities Science & Technology Sports & Athletics Nominations for potential inductees are accepted from the public year-round, culminating with their National Nomination Promotion during the month of April. In 2000, prior to the introduction of the online voting system, over 30,000 nominations were received via letters, fax and e-mail. Now submissions are accepted on the official Canada's Walk of Fame website and thousands of nominations are received every year, which are sent to selection committee for consideration; the committee analyzes the nominees based on the following criteria: the nominee was born in Canada or has spent their formative or creative years in Canada. Following the Selection Committee's evaluation, the nominees that meet all of the requirements are forwarded to the board of directors, who select the inductees.
The process differs from that of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood version allows only celebrities of the silver screen, radio, live theatre and singers/musicians, while Canada's Walk allows people of more diverse occupations, as listed above. While most celebrities on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are American or have achieved their fame in the United States, Canada's Walk of Fame is exclusive to Canadians. For someone to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, they must be nominated by a sponsor who must agree to field the $25,000 cost of installing a star. From there, the names are submitted to a nominating committee of five people, who pick 10–15 names to award stars to annually; the only criteria for it are: "professional achievement, longevity of five years or more, contributions to the community and the guarantee that the celebrity will attend the dedication ceremony if selected."Canadian stars are inducted in an annual group ceremony. Celebrities can have more than one star on the Hollywood Walk, the same celebrity can receive as many as five stars under the various categories.
This does not happen with Canada's Walk of Fame, although some may have an individual star but are included as part of a larger group, such as John Candy, Martin Short, Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara who have their own star but were in Second City Television. New inductees are inducted annually at an unveiling ceremony where their star, a stylized maple leaf, is revealed; the first was held in 1998 and only four of the twelve living inductees attended: Karen Kain, Norman Jewison, Barbara Ann Scott and Rich Little. The 2007 ceremony was held at Toronto's Hummingbird Centre, was attended by all seven inductees and was hosted by Eugene Levy. Past hosts include Tom Green, Jann Arden, Kurt Browning and Catriona Le May Doan; the ceremony was broadcast by CTV until 2008. Beginning in 2009 the ceremony was broadcast by Global; the first ceremony on the network was hosted by Anne Murray while Howie Mandel hosted for the following two years. Paul Shaffer hosted the event in 2012. Established in 2008, the Cineplex Legends Award is posthumously awarded to "Canadian pioneers in film, sport and innovation."
Sponsored by Cineplex Entertainment, the first recipients of the award were siblings Norma and Douglas Shearer. The award recipients are given stars on the Walk of Fame. First awarded in 2010, the Allan Slaight Honour, named after the leading figure in the Canadian radio industry, is awarded to a young Canadian for "making a positive impact in the fields of music." Recipients receive an honorarium of $10,000 from the Slaight Foundation, but are not considered inductees of the Walk of Fame. So far, recipients of the Slaight award have been Nikki Yanofsky, Melanie Fiona, Carly Rae Jepsen, the Weeknd, Shawn Mendes, Brett Kissel, Shawn Hook, Jessie Reyez and Alessia Cara. In recent years, Canada's Walk of Fame undertaken several new programs; the Canada's Walk of Fame Festival was established in 2010. The festival spans 3 days. Since its inaugural year, the festival has included musical performances from Canadian artists s
Cyril Dreyer is a French footballer who plays for Spanish club Sporting de Gijón B as a central midfielder. Born in Strasbourg, Dreyer finished his formation with RC Strasbourg. In 2012, after the club's dissolution, he moved to AS Nancy, being assigned to the reserves in Championnat de France amateur. On 26 August 2014 Dreyer made his professional debut, coming on as a second-half substitute for François Bellugou in a 0–3 Coupe de la Ligue away loss against AJ Auxerre. A year he moved abroad for the first time in his career, joining Spanish side Sporting de Gijón but being assigned to its B-team in Segunda División B. Cyril Dreyer at Soccerway Cyril Dreyer at FootballDatabase.eu