Dillon Cooper is an American rapper from Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Crown Heights Brooklyn, New York, Cooper became a self-taught guitarist at age 8, a college freshman by age 17 at one of the world's most sought after music schools, Berklee College of Music. Dillon has achieved a number of accolades to date, Rapper, Freestyle Roller, aspiring Actor. In late 2012, Dillon Cooper teamed up with Amalgam Digital with plans to release his first official mixtape in March 2013. Cooper who never signed with Amalgam released his first mixtape Cozmik in 2013, without the help of Amalgam, as that professional relationship ended by early 2013. Cozmik features him rapping over beats from Mobb Deep and others. In 2014 Cooper signed. On October 20, 2014, Dillon's birthday, he released a new mixtape called X:XX; the tape features 15 original tracks and so far two accompanying videos. Leading up to the mixtape Dillon announced a new marketing platform called #CooperTuesdays, where fans can go to get new content released every Tuesday.
Stomio is a village and a community of the Agia municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was the seat of the municipality of Evrymenes; the 2011 census recorded 553 inhabitants in the village. The community of Stomio covers an area of 37.985 km2. It is situated on the Aegean Sea coast, south of the mouth of the river Pineios, at the foot of densely vegetated Mount Ossa, it is 17 km north of Agia and 37 km northeast of Larissa. The ancient city Eurymenae was situated near present Stomio; the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Saint Demetrius, situated on the mountain slope above Stomio, was founded in the 6th century and rebuilt in its present form in the 12th century by Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos. Before 1927 Stomio was named Tsagezi, deriving from the Turkish Çay ağzı which translates to "river mouth".. According to the 2011 census, the population of the settlement of Omolio was 553 people, a decrease of 7% compared with the population of the previous census of 2001. List of settlements in the Larissa regional unit Stomio on GTP Travel Pages
Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum, Rome, is the Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome. The Museum is located at 18, near the elegant and historical Via Veneto. Opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts and fashion, Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century; the “Villino Boncompagni” was donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. After the restoration of the building, carried out in the eighties, the “Villino” was given by the Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo, MiBACT at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni” and work of arts coming from the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna of Rome, it houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
The Museum hosts temporary cultural and contemporary art exhibitions. Tristano di Robilant. La danza fotografica da Luciano Usai. Pino Procopio, Scene da un viaggio. Arnaldo Ginna Futurista. Lo zoo di Pinocchio. Galleria di ritratti dei personaggi-animali. Disegni di Filippo Sassoli. Rolando Monti - Dal tonalismo all'astrazione lirica. Fernanda Gattinoni. Moda e stelle ai tempi della Hollywood sul Tevere. Falsi ma Belli. Palma Bucarelli. La Palma della bellezza. Zecchin - Cambellotti e Le Mille e una notte. Joseph Pace, L'Eva Futura. Lydia Predominato, Una via d'uscita per un cuore costretto. Museum Boncompagni Ludovisi official website GNAM - National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome official website
José Juan de Dios Mateo Osbaldo Botaro Lepiani Toledo was a Peruvian painter. He is known for historical and patriotic scenes; as a young man he worked at a series such as paymaster for the central railroad. He considered art to be his natural vocation, however, so he began studying with Francisco Masías and Ramón Muñiz, a Spanish painter living in Lima, about whom little is known. In the 1890s, Lepiani began his series of historical scenes. In 1903, he went to Europe, where he visited exhibitions, he settled in Rome, where he lived a somewhat dissolute life and created few original works, preferring instead to copy the Old Masters, such as Raphael and Titian, sell the reproductions to American tourists. His copies were regarded and some of the best ones were sent home to Peru, he returned home in 1928, prematurely old and blind from the arduous copying work. The following year, he was back in Europe where his finances fell victim to the Crash of'29. Penniless and blind, he died in Rome four years later.
Among his works depicting the War of the Pacific, the best-known include the death of Colonel Francisco Bolognesi at the Battle of Arica, Alfonso Ugarte riding his horse over a cliff to prevent the Peruvian flag from being captured, a scene from the Battle of Miraflores where weaponless civilians rise to the defense of Lima. Although lesser known, he created canvases related to the Spanish Conquest, the War of Independence and the coup d'état of 1895, led by Nicolás de Piérola. Powerpoint presentation on Juan Lepiani by Gabriela Lavarelo Vargas de Velaochaga. Downloadable @ Holismo Planetario
Book Girl is a Japanese anime film directed by Shunsuke Tada and produced by Production I. G as a commemoration of Enterbrain's ten-year anniversary; the film is based on the light novel series Book Girl written by Mizuki Nomura, with illustrations by Miho Takeoka. It was released in Japanese theaters on May 1, 2010 and released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on August 27, 2010 by Pony Canyon. Shortly after entering high school, Konoha Inoue is recruited into the literature club by Tohko Amano, the president and sole member of the club, after he witnesses her ripping out a page of a book and eating it. Instead of eating actual food, Tohko can only eat stories by consuming the paper they are printed on. Konoha spends his days after school writing short stories for Tohko as "snacks". Tohko had set up a birdhouse on the school grounds so anyone could ask the literature club to help them in matters of love by submitting letters. Tohko and Konoha find a piece of paper in the birdhouse one day, but there is only a childish illustration on it.
Tohko recognizes the drawing to be from the original manuscript of Kenji Miyazawa's poem "Songs of a Defeated Young Man". When Tohko finds the same image in the birdhouse five days in a row, they decide to stake out the scene at night, they find Chia Takeda, a friend of Konoha's classmate Nanase Kotobuki, she tells Konoha. After New Years, Konoha goes to see Nanase in the hospital. There, he finds Nanase confronting Miu, who had attempted to kill herself when she and Konoha were in junior high school; this was due in part to Konoha winning a new author's contest with his novel Similar to the Sky, which he wrote under the pen name Miu Inoue. Miu had wanted to enter and win, though in the end she only sent in blank sheets to make Konoha believe she had participated. Miu tells Konoha that she hates him, she escapes from the hospital, Konoha goes to find her at the roof of their junior high school, where she had tried to kill herself. After explaining her reasons for doing so, Konoha agrees to jump from the roof with her.
Just as they are about to fall, Tohko arrives and Konoha manages to prevent Miu from jumping. However, back on street level, Miu gets hit. Afterward, Miu believes to be a fourth grader and has lost most mobility in her arms and legs, but Nanase interferes, which makes Miu give up the ruse. Tohko takes them to a planetarium and draws parallels between Konoha and Miu and the main characters in Similar to the Sky. Miu had always wanted to make people happy. Konoha tells Miu. Realizing that someone had loved her, Miu apologizes for everything; when he realizes Tohko has disappeared, Konoha finds her there. She tells him that she got accepted to the university in Hokkaidō and that she can no longer eat his stories anymore. On the train, Tohko explains that she wants him to become everyone's author instead of keeping him all to herself. After Konoha departs the train, they have a final goodbye Tohko departs on the train. Years Konoha has put out his second novel titled Book Girl, an editor comes to his house to read his newest work before it gets released.
It remains unclear. The Book Girl film, animated by Production I. G, was produced by the Book Girl Production Committee, which includes: Enterbrain, Pony Canyon, T. O Entertainment and Kadokawa Contents Gate; the screenplay was written by Yuka Yamada, features character design by Keita Matsumoto, who based the designs on Miho Takeoka's original illustrations. The art director for the film was Michie Suzuki and there were six animation directors: Kazuya Kise, Yōsuke Okuda, Keiichi Sano, Kanami Sekiguchi, Kyōhei Tezuka, Yūko Yoshida; the music was produced by Masumi Itō, with Masafumi Mima and Toshihiko Nakajima as the sound directors. Book Girl was released on Blu-ray Disc as a limited edition and DVD as limited and regular editions in Japan by Pony Canyon on August 27, 2010; the film's theme song is "Haruka na Hibi" by Eufonius. The film's original soundtrack titled Musique du film was released on May 2010 by Lantis. Official website Book Girl at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Book Girl on IMDb