Solrød is a municipality in Region Sjælland on the east coast of the island of Zealand in east Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 40 km², has a total population of 21,582, its mayor is a member of the Venstre political party. The municipal seat is Solrød Strand. Most of the population lives in an urbanized belt between the coast of Køge Bay and the E47 motorway, developed in the 1970s; the northern part of the belt is Solrød Stand. The southern part is Jersie Strand; the coastal belt is connected by S-train to central Copenhagen to the north, to the city of Køge to the south, with stations at Solrød Strand and Jersie Strand. Further inland lies fertile farmland, dotted with the old villages of Karlstrup, Solrød, Kirke Skensved, Gammel Havdrup; the town of Havdrup has a station on the Lille Syd railway between Køge. Neighboring municipalities are Greve to the north, Roskilde to the west, Køge to the south. To the east is Køge Bay. There are popular beaches along the Køge Bay coast, the municipality is a popular summer house area.
The area attracts both local day visitors and summer vacationers who are interested in boating and sunshine. The 2007 municipal reform left the boundaries of Solrød unchanged. There are four urban areas in the municipality: Municipality's official website Municipal statistics: NetBorger Kommunefakta, delivered from KMD aka Kommunedata Municipal mergers and neighbors: Eniro new municipalities map
Daniel Garcia Felicione Napoleão, known professionally as Gloria Groove, is a Brazilian singer, actor, voice actor, drag queen. The artist started a career as a singer at 7 years by joining the group. During the childhood, Groove starred in the Rede Record telenovela Bicho do Mato and started to work as a voice actor. After a period working on theatre as a teenager, the artist adopted the persona "Gloria Groove" in 2014. Two years the drag queen got some prominence for appearing in the Rede Globo program Amor e Sexo. Gloria Groove's career as a singer started some time with the release of the song "Dona" in January 2016. After its success, the singer released "Império" and was featured in Carnival hit "Catuaba" by Aretuza Lovi. Groove's first album, O Proceder, was released in February 2017 and was followed by the singles "Gloriosa" and "Muleke Brasileiro". In the end of 2017, Groove released one of the most successful of the career, "Bumbum de Ouro", it was followed by peer recognition, which led the singer to be in "Joga Bunda" along with Lovi and Pabllo Vittar, in "Arrasta" with Léo Santana, in a remix version of Anitta's "Show das Poderosas", in Lexa's "Provocar".
Daniel Garcia Felicione Napoleão was born on January 18, 1995, to a family of artists. Daniel grew up in the Vila Formosa neighborhood, where he accompanied his mother, Gina Garcia, during her shows. Daniel's mother was a backing vocal for pagode group Raça Negra, while his aunt was a singer and his maternal grandparents were circus performers. Inspired by his mother, Daniel recalls singing since he was 4; when he was 6, he starred on advertisements for Elma Chips. He auditioned in the program Domingo Legal, when he was 7, to become part of the band Turma do Balão Mágico. After performing in Programa Raul Gil as part of a children's gospel group, the ten-year old Daniel competed at the talent show host by the program, he only competed for two weeks because he was selected to star in the Rede Record telenovela Bicho do Mato. Daniel started his career as a voice actor in this period. Daniel was bullied in school, he attended the Protestant church Reborn in Christ through his childhood until his teenage years and in the church he learned about soul music and black music.
He stopped to frequent the church as he started to work in theatre at 14 and came out as gay. During this time, he played the role of Margaret Mead in an independent stage performance of Hair. Inspired by the play's themes, he decided to create a drag queen persona; the theatre made him appreciate the possibility of mixing music, dance and costume. Watching RuPaul's Drag Race, he concluded he could do his performances not only in the theatre but on clubs and shows. At 17–18, he adopted the stage name "Gloria Groove", chosen after how hymns are called in Brazilian Protestant churches and the musical term of the same name associated with black music. Groove worked as "coach" in "Bishow", a segment in the Rede Globo program Amor e Sexo in which contestants competed as drag queens. Although the filming lasted until November 2015, the show was only broadcast between January and February 2016. Gloria Groove started a career as a singer by releasing the single "Dona" in January 2016 through the label SB Music.
It was followed by the song's music video directed by João Monteiro in March. In August, Groove released the single, "Império", whose music video was released in October and was directed by Monteiro. In November, Groove was featured in Aretuza Lovi's single "Catuaba", a moderate success in Brazilian Carnival. First announced as an extended play to be released in March 2016, Groove released the eight-track album O Proceder in February 2017. To promote the album, Groove announced the release of single vesions for "Gloriosa" and "Muleke Brasileiro"; the former's music video was released in June, it was released along with "Dona" and "Império" in a mash-up version by ONErpm in November. The latter's music video, directed by Rafael Kent, was released in November, while its single version was published by SB Music in December. Groove was among the singers chosen to perform "Filhos do Arco-Íris", a single released in June 2017 whose profit was destined to amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. Since November 2017, Groove is producing a second album.
In December 2017, Groove released the first single for the upcoming album, "Bumbum de Ouro", one of the singer's most successful songs and a hit during Carnival. It gained more popularity when the music video directed by Os Primos was released in February 2018. In January 2018, Groove was featured on Aretuza Lovi's single "Joga Bunda" along with Pabllo Vittar. In May 2018, Groove released "Arrasta", produced by Os Catioros and featuring axé singer Léo Santana; as a fan, Groove was the one who decided to invite Santana and hoped the partnership would help to reach a wider public. The music video for "Arrasta" was released in June. In the same month, Groove was featured in a remix version of "Show das Poderosas", released by Anitta as part of a Warner Music campaign for the LGBT Pride Month. Groove's next single, "Apaga a Luz", was released in September 2018 and its music video directed by Sassi was made available in October. A r
The Minister of Tourism and Culture is a cabinet position in the Gambia that oversees the Ministry of Tourism and Culture. The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is responsible for overseeing the tourism sector and ensuring government policies are carried out, it is responsible for the Gambia Tourism Authority, the National Council for Arts and Culture, Arch 22, the Gambia Hotel School. The Minister is assisted in regional institutions; the chief adviser is the Permanent Secretary, an accounting officer. There is a Deputy Permanent Secretary who acts as the chief of staff of the ministry. Susan Waffa-Ogoo, 1996—August 2000 Yankuba Touray, August 2000—October 2003 Susan Waffa-Ogoo, September 2004—February 2006 Angela Colley, February 2006—2008 Nancy Njie, 26 March 2008—4 February 2010 Fatou Mass Jobe-Njie, 4 February 2010—11 September 2014 Benjamin A. Roberts, 11 September 2014—18 January 2017 Hamat Bah, 1 February 2017—present