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Super Bowl XXXII

Super Bowl XXXII was an American football game played between the National Football Conference champion Green Bay Packers and the American Football Conference champion Denver Broncos to decide the National Football League champion for the 1997 season. The Broncos defeated the Packers by the score of 31–24; the game was played on January 25, 1998 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, the second time that the Super Bowl was held in that city. Super Bowl XXXII made Qualcomm Stadium the only stadium in history to have the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year; this was Denver's first league championship after suffering four previous Super Bowl losses, snapped a 13-game losing streak for AFC teams in the Super Bowl. The Broncos, who entered the game after posting a 12–4 regular season record in 1997, became just the second wild card team to win a Super Bowl and the first since the Raiders in Super Bowl XV; the Packers, who entered the game as the defending Super Bowl XXXI champions after posting a 13–3 regular season record, were the first team favored to win by double digits to lose a Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV.

The game was close throughout much of the contest. The Broncos converted two turnovers to take a 17–7 lead in the second quarter before the Packers cut the score to 17–14 at halftime. Green Bay kept pace with Denver before tying the game with 13:31 remaining. Both defenses stiffened until Broncos running back Terrell Davis scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:45 left. Despite suffering a migraine headache that caused him to miss most of the second quarter, Davis was named Super Bowl MVP, he ran for 157 yards, caught two passes for 8 yards, scored a Super Bowl record three rushing touchdowns. NFL owners awarded Super Bowl XXXII to San Diego during their 1993 meeting in Chicago; this was the second time. The Broncos played in both San Diego Super Bowls and became the first franchise to play two different Super Bowls in two stadiums twice, they played twice at the Louisiana Superdome. The Packers entered the 1997 season coming off of their win in Super Bowl XXXI, they repeated as NFC Central division champions, earning a 13–3 regular season record.

Quarterback Brett Favre had another Pro Bowl season and became the first player to win the NFL MVP award three times, winning it for the third consecutive year. Favre led the league with 35 passing touchdowns and completed 304 out of 513 attempts for 3,867 yards, with 16 interceptions, while ranking second on the team in rushing with 187 yards and a touchdown. Wide receiver Antonio Freeman led the team in receptions with 81 catches for 1,243 yards and 12 touchdowns. Wide receiver Robert Brooks was a major deep threat, catching 60 passes for 1,010 yards and 7 touchdowns. Pro Bowl tight end Mark Chmura recorded 38 receptions for 6 touchdowns. Pro Bowl running back Dorsey Levens led the team in rushing with 1,435 yards and 7 touchdowns, while catching 53 passes for 373 yards and 5 touchdowns. Fullback William Henderson caught 41 passes for 367 yards and a touchdown. On the Packers' defense, the line was led by veteran Pro Bowl selection Reggie White, who led the team with 11 sacks. Behind him, Santana Dotson recorded 5.5 sacks.

In the secondary, Pro Bowl defensive back LeRoy Butler led the team with 5 interceptions, while adding 70 tackles. Safety Eugene Robinson led the team with 74 tackles while recording 2.5 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 interception. Cornerback Mike Prior recorded 4 interceptions, while rookie Darren Sharper recorded 2 of them, both of which he returned for touchdowns; the Broncos entered Super Bowl XXXII after suffering four Super Bowl losses: Super Bowls XII, XXI, XXII, XXIV from 1978, 1987, 1988, 1990, respectively. In all of those losses, the Broncos never had the ability to rush well enough or score enough points to be competitive. Denver had been defeated by a large margin in each one, losing all four by a combined scoring margin of 163–50; the previous three Super Bowl losses were under starting quarterback John Elway, whose ad-libbing skills enabled the Broncos to advance to the league's championship game in a span of three out of four seasons. Elway led his team to the 1991 AFC Championship Game, but they lost in a defensive struggle to the Buffalo Bills, 10–7.

The team's fortunes changed when Mike Shanahan became head coach of the Broncos in 1995. Shanahan was Denver's offensive coordinator during those Super Bowl losses, but was fired in 1991 after a power struggle between him and then-head coach Dan Reeves over the offensive personnel. Shanahan served as the offensive coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers from 1992 to 1994, including the 49ers' Super Bowl XXIX win. Under Shanahan, the San Francisco offense ranked first in the league in total yards gained for all three of his seasons there; when Shanahan returned to the Broncos in 1995, he selected running back Terrell Davis in the 6th round of the NFL draft. Davis became the cornerstone of Denver's rebuilt running game, leading the team with 1,117 rushing yards in just his rookie year; the Broncos finished the 1995 regular season with just an 8–8 record. By 1996, the Broncos had the league's best offense, gaining 5,791 total yards, recorded the AFC's best regular season record at 13–3, but they were upset by the second-year Jacksonville Jaguars, 30–27 in the playoffs.

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AddToAny is a universal sharing platform founded by Pat Diven II that can be integrated into a website by use of a web widget or plugin. Once installed, visitors to the website can share or save an item using a variety of services, such as Facebook, Pinterest and over 100 other services. Official plugins are available for open source content management systems such as WordPress and Joomla, hosted content management systems such as, Blogger and TypePad. Having received over 8.6 million downloads, the AddToAny plugin is one of the most popular WordPress plugins and the most installed sharing plugin for WordPress. On Drupal, the AddToAny module is used on over 41,000 Drupal sites and is the most used sharing module on Drupal sites. AddToAny provides browser extensions for end-users to share the web page they are browsing to any service. March 2006, launched as the first all-inclusive web page sharing and web feed subscription tool. 2009, launched the Chrome extension. July 2011, acquired by social commerce site Lockerz.

June 2013, reacquired by Pat Diven II, AddToAny's original founder. November 2014, launched the Joomla extension. March 2017, launched the Firefox extension. AddThis ShareThis Official website

2006–07 FC Vaslui season

The 2006–07 season is FC Vaslui's 5th season of its existence, its second in a row, in Liga I. With only 8 players from the previous season, FC Vaslui started the season with a new coach, without a sponsor. A few players from the relegated FCM Bacău, were signed, with a few foreign players; the new coach was Gheorghe Mulţescu. The team started bad, it seemed the previous season, will repeat. However, after a 1-1 draw with Poli Iasi, Mulţescu was sacked and the new coach was named Viorel Hizo. In the same time, Adrian Porumboiu revealed, that he did not leave FC Vaslui, he was sponsoring it in secret. Hizo made one of the strongest team, in that moment, taking the team, from 17th place, to 7th place in the end of the first half of the season, but because the most important two players left the team, in the winter break Marius Croitoru and Viorel Frunză, the team did not play as same as the end of the first half of the season. In the end, FC Vaslui finished 8th in Liga I. Adrian Porumboiu wanted Hizo to be the team manager in the next season, but because of the team's poor infrastructure, he decided to leave FC Vaslui, for Ceahlaul.

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Boulder Floral Park Historic District

The Floral Park Historic District is a block of eight homes in Boulder, Colorado that constitute the first planned unit development in Boulder County, Colorado. The homes were built between 1939 and 1940 by a cooperative of eight professors from the nearby University of Colorado, designated as an historic district by the City of Boulder in 1978; the Floral Park Historic District was the first planned-unit development in Boulder County as well as the city's first historic district. Floral Park was a forerunner of planned housing in the western United States and predates, by thirty years, other such developments in Colorado; the block is referred to throughout Boulder as "Little Russia." Designed by architect James M. Hunter, the eight homes occupy the single city block bounded by Mariposa, Bluebell, 15th and 16th Streets in Boulder. Hunter designed a detailed landscaping plan for the entire block. By design and agreement of the original cooperative members, the houses all incorporate a similar architectural design style, including painted-white brick, batten-board siding, white, or blue shutters and red tile roofs.

The eight homes share a common eight-unit garage.. In the late 1930s, Henry Weihofen, a young professor at CU-Boulder, had become dissatisfied with available housing options for university faculty families. With the help of university regent, Valentine Fischer, Weihofen gathered a group of junior faculty together to develop a housing plan; the eight professors were: Henry Weihofen, James G. Allen, Francis Geck, Morris E. Garnsey, Earl F. Swisher, Paul V. Thompson, Norman A. Parker, Elbert W. Harrington. Over a series of evening meetings, the eight faculty members and their wives decided to purchase Block 17 in the Floral Park area with the intention of creating a "community housing project" for the enjoyment of their growing families. At the philosophical core of their housing plan was the creation of a shared open space; the city agreed to vacate the alleyway, leaving a large, undeveloped section of land running through the center of the block. The families designated this area - The Commons.

The block has been known as Faculty Row or Red Square or Little Russia. At a meeting of the Boulder Landmarks Board on May 21, 1977, architect James M. Hunter noted that from its inception, many of Boulder's citizens associated "Communist overtones" with the Floral Park project; the group held a drawing to decide. The eight houses built using salvaged brick from Boulder's demolished State Preparatory School, were constructed around the perimeter of the Commons. A small Commons shelter house with flagstone patio and rustic stone fireplace were soon added; the block's property owners have agreed to preserve the open, park-like setting of the Commons and the architectural unity of the block. While the majority of the homes have incorporated modest additions and/or alterations over the years, the overall size and character of the District has been well maintained; the designation of the block as an historic district has further ensured the preservation of the area's unique character and historic importance.

A commemorative plaque reads: "This block was designated as a planned unit 30 yrs. before similar developments in Boulder. Since 1939, when eight C. U. faculty families conceived the idea, the architecture and the environmental unity have been preserved through a gentlepersons' agreement." - HD-77-1In a letter written to the Landmarks Board in 1977, Morris E. Garnsey, one of the original homeowners stated that "I am certain that thirty-five years from now a third generation of owner-occupants will look back upon the origins of this area with gratitude and admiration." Current homeowners are required to maintain the general appearance of the neighborhood, as defined in the District's published Guidelines and Covenants. The blueprints for several of the residences, the landscaping plan for the Commons area, profiles of the original owners, many other construction-related documents are housed at the Carnegie Branch of the Boulder Public Library. In 2013, the City of Boulder Historic Preservation Department created a Floral Park Historic District website.

The site includes a detailed early history of the development, short biographies of the original homeowners, historic and current photographs of the property and residences. The site address is: Re: reference 1, Sylvia should be Pettem, Silvia

The King of Fighters: Destiny

The King of Fighters: Destiny is a Japanese-Chinese CG animated series in The King of Fighters media franchise, produced by the Chinese studio iDragons for the Japanese company SNK. In the West it began being released for free watching on August 3, 2017 on Steam and August 10, 2017 on YouTube. In China it was broadcast on Youku, Tencent Video, iQiyi and Mango TV; the series' first season of 24 episodes ended on January 18, 2018. The series has received over 800 million views; the King of Fighters: Destiny is a tie-in for the upcoming SNK video game The King of Fighters: World. The filmmakers had worked on special effects in Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. In January 2018, it was announced it is going to be followed by two more seasons and a feature-length film, adapting the Orochi storyline, the early KOF games' plot from The King of Fighters ‘94 to The King of Fighters'97, without any dates. IDragons were honored to produce the web series based on all the recommendations they got from other people.

Since The King of Fighters was known for being 2D game, iDragons decided to make it a 3D series. In order to generate appealing fights, the development team bought an arcade game machine; the artists and scriptwriters were ordered to play everyday. Aware that The King of Fighters was famous for its characters, iDragons produced side stories centered around backstories. In regards to the plot, the team decided to incorporate elements from another SNK franchise, Fatal Fury, alongside The King of Fighters believing fans were looking forward to it; the first season closes with a scene where appears with his The King of Fighters XIV design on a new adventure. The cliffhanger remains as a secret according to the team; the King of Fighters: Destiny earned mixed responses by reviewers. Kyo's portrayal in The King of Fighters: Destiny received better response due to the plot not focusing on his history but other characters from the games. While finding the story dated, NSVMundoGeek considered it one of the best adaptations of The King of Fighters franchise, comparing it favourably in contrast to the live-action film that received negative reviews.

IGN France reviewer was disappointed by the first three episodes, citing varying quality of graphics and his opinion inadequate sound as he enjoyed the mix of action and Chinese humor. The series was well received in China, winning the China Games Billboard 2018 award for most popular game-based animation. Official website IMDb entry Baidou entry

Anzhelika Varum

Anzhelika Varum, real name Maria Yuriyevna Varum, born on 26 May 1969, is a Russian singer and actress, an Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. She released 12 albums, starting with "Good bye, moi mal'chik" in 1991. More than 60 of her songs became hits, she is married to the Russian singer Leonid Agutin. They have Elisaveta. Meritorious Artist of Russia. Varum was born in Lviv to composer Yury Ignatievich Varum and theater producer Galina Mikhailovna Shapovalova. At the age of 5, she began to study the piano and, after starting school, she started to learn the guitar, she performed with them throughout Ukraine. After high school, Varum applied to the Boris Schukin Theater Institute in Moscow, but could not pass the entrance exams, she began to work as a back-up singer at her father's music studio. In 1990, Varum recorded a version of "Polunochniy kovboy" that soon became a hit after she performed it in the television show "Utrenneya zvezda" and at a concert at the Sports Complex "Olympic". On the back of that initial success, Varum released her first album, "Good bye, moi mal'chik".

The title song and the songs "Sosedniy parenek" and "Chelovek-svistok" became hits. Two years Varum recorded the album "La-la-fa" that became hugely popular in Russia, it included the song "Hudozhnik kotoriy risuyet dozhd" and the song "Gorodok", which became one of the singer's calling cards. In 1994, Varum made it to the finals of the Russian annual festival "Pesnya goda". In 1995, Varum released a compilation of hits and a new album called "Osenniy dzhaz" that won the "Ovation" award as the best album of 1995, with Varum taking the "Ovation" for best singer of the year; the next year, Varum released "V dvukh minutakh ot liubvi". Around the same time, the perfume "Anzhelika Varum" made its debut on the Russian market. Varum remained prolific, releasing "Zimniya vishnia" in 1996; the songs "Eto vse dlia tebia", "Drugaya zhenchina", the title song all crowded the hit parades of leading Russian radio stations. In 1997, Varum played in the musical "Poza emigranta" and won the "Chaika" award for her performance.

She began a creative collaboration with Leonid Agutin that soon turned into a romantic relationship. In 1999, Varum and Agutin had a baby girl; the same year, Varum released her seventh album, "Tol'ko ona" and a collection of hits titled "The Best". She appeared in a feature film, playing a leading role in Vasiliy Pichul's "Nebo v almazakh". In 2000, Varum released "Sluzhebniy roman", a collaborative album that she created together with Leonid Agutin; the couple toured throughout Russia with a concert program titled "Polovina serdtsa". In 2001, Varum created the "Varum Records Company", which she used as a vehicle for producing her own music and representing other artists, she released a new album in 2002 titled "Stop, lyubopytstvo". She created two new concert programs, a solo program titled after the new album, a duet program with Agutin called "Rimskiye kanikuly". In 2003, she played in the film "Kamenskaya 3: Kogda bogi smeyutsia", a detective thriller; that year, she released the single "Pozhar".

The following year, Varum toured extensively with Agutin, giving live concerts in the United States, Israel, Belarus and throughout Russia. In 2005, Varum appeared in a film, a musical remake of the well-known Soviet era story "Dvennadsat' Stul'yev" by Ilf and Petrov, she played the role of "Ellochka-lyudoyedka", a flamboyant character with an over-the-top personality. That year, she created a new concert program with Agutin called "Ty i Ya", with which they toured throughout Europe and the United States, she helped Agutin to record his first English language record. Created together with Al Di Meola and titled "Cosomopolitan Life", the album dropped in Europe in the spring of 2005 and topped the charts; the album included the Varum and Agutin duet "If I'll get a chance". After spending much of 2006 touring, Varum released a new album in 2007 called "Muzika" that included both new and old songs; this was followed up by another album in 2009 titled "Yesli on uidet". For the first time in her career, Varum not only sang, but wrote the lyrics for some of the songs.

In 2010 and 2011, Varum and Agutin gave a series of concerts in most of Russia's major cities, including a performance at the Kremlin in collaboration with the renowned Cuban musician Orlando "Maraca" Valle. 1991 — Babylon 1991 — Barabashka 1992 — Whistle Man 1993 — Artist that Draws Rain 1995 — Autumn Jazz 1996 — Not Тoday 1996 — Neither Answer nor Greetings 1996 — Winter Сherry 1997 — Another Woman 1997 — Queen 1999 — All in your hands 2000 — Do not wait for me 2000 — I Wanna Be Loved by You 2001 — Will You Near You 2001 — Stop Curiosity! 2002 — If You Ever Someone Will Forgive Me 2002 — Fire 2004 — The Вest 2007 — You and me 2007 — Two Roads, Two Ways 2008 — Where are you 2009 — If He Will Go 2009 — Let's forget 2011 — How not to Think of You 2012 — Where are you 2013 — Crazy 2013 — I am always with you 1991 – Good bye, moy mal'ch