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The House of Culture (Stockholm)

For the House of Culture in Helsinki, see The House of Culture House of Culture is a cultural centre situated to the south of Sergels torg in central Stockholm, Sweden. Kulturhuset is today the growth of modernism in Sweden. In 1965 the city's government announced an architectural competition won by modernist architect Peter Celsing. Kulturhuset is from most angles dominated by its concrete structure, with the adjacent theatre building having a façade of stainless steel; the original intention had been for the museum of modern art Moderna Museet, to occupy large parts of the building, but the museum dropped out of the project in 1969. The first stage of the center was opened in 1971, it was the temporary seat of the Riksdag until 1983, while the Riksdag building was remodelled for a unicameral legislature. Kulturhuset hosts many initiatives every year, with dozens of contemporary cultural events, including photo exhibitions, stories for children, literary discussions, debates, it functions during nighttime.

The building comprises restaurants, exhibition rooms, conference rooms, concert rooms, cinema and a library. Stockholm City Theatre has since 1990 been placed in the center. In 2013, Kulturhuset in Stockholm and the Stockholm City Theater merged to form Kulturhuset Stadsteatern. TioTretton was created by the Swedish architect and scenographer Ricardo Ortiz in collaboration with former library manager of the Kulturhuset Katti Hoflin. TioTretton is a sanctuary where the children are on their own terms. Therefore, adults must stay at an adult border. Kulturhuset – The House of Culture

Chiliboy Ralepelle

Mahlatse Chiliboy Ralepelle, is a rugby union player for the Sharks in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup. His usual position is at hooker; as a pupil at Pretoria Boys High School, Ralepelle played for the South African Schools team in 2002 and 2003 and went on to play for the South African Under-19 side in 2004. He once again played for the Under-19s in 2005 and made the step up to the national Under-21 team in the same year. Ralepelle captained the Under-21s at the 2006 Under 21 Rugby World Championship in France. South Africa were defeated by 13 -- 24 the hosts. While still eligible to play Under-19 rugby in 2005, Ralepelle was included in the Blue Bulls squad for the 2005 Vodacom Cup, he didn't make any appearances in the competition, but did captain the Blue Bulls U21 side in the Under-19 Provincial Championship. He made his first class debut for the Bulls in their opening match of the 2006 Super 14 season, coming on as a last-minute replacement in their 30–18 victory against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.

One more appearance from the bench followed in their home match against the Waratahs, before Ralepelle moved to the Vodacom Cup squad. He made five appearances for the Blue Bulls in the 2006 Vodacom Cup and scored his first senior try in their match against the Griffons in a 30–6 victory. Despite having less than ten minutes of Super Rugby experience and five Vodacom Cup matches to his name, Ralepelle was included in the Springboks squad for the 2006 Tri Nations Series. Head coach Jake White named Ralepelle on the bench for the second test against Australia in Sydney, but he failed to make an appearance. In their next match against New Zealand in Pretoria on 26 August 2006, he came on as a late substitute to make his Springbok debut, aged just 19, he was an unused replacement in the final two Tri Nations games. Ralepelle was included in the South African squad for the 2006 tour to the Northern Hemisphere, he was an unused bench replacement in the match against Ireland and for the first Test against England.

Ralepelle appeared as a substitute in the second Test at Twickenham. For the last match of the tour, Ralepelle was named as captain for the match against the World XV at Walkers Stadium in Leicester, becoming the first black player - and the youngest - to captain the national team, he made a single appearance in a Super 14 match against the Cheetahs. He picked up a serious knee injury that ruled him out of rugby for the remainder of the year, he made his return in pre-season matches prior to the 2008, but once again injured his knee during the captain's run prior to a warm-up match against the SWD Eagles in George. After 18 months out of action with knee injuries, he returned to the field in August 2008 in the 2008 Currie Cup Premier Division, making his Currie Cup debut two-and-a-half years after he made his Super Rugby debut, he came on as a second-half replacement for Bandise Maku in their match against the Falcons in Brakpan, helping them to a 50–7 win. With his injury problems now behind him, he made eight appearances in the Currie Cup as he helped the Blue Bulls reach the final of the competition.

He played off the bench in the final, but could not prevent Durban-based side the Sharks running out 14–9 winners. He won back his place in the South Africa squad, being included in their tour of Great Britain in November 2008, making one appearance in their 42–6 victory against England, he made fifteen appearances for the Bulls in the 2009 Super 14 season scoring his first try in this competition in their match against the Cheetahs. He helped the Bulls reach the final of the competition, a match in which Ralepelle featured as a second-half replacement to help the Bulls to a 61–17 victory against the Chiefs, he was included in the South Africa squad for the 2009 British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa, making one appearance, by starting the Third Test match against the Lions. He made four appearances for the national side during the 2009 Tri Nations Series, helping South Africa win the competition for the third time, he captained a South Africa XV in their match against Leicester Tigers during the 2009 end-of-year rugby union internationals, with the Premiership side running out 22–17 winners, but sustained a foot injury which required a foot operation and kept him out of action for three months.

He made five appearances for the Blue Bulls during the 2010 Vodacom Cup, but made just one appearance against the Stormers in Cape Town during the 2010 Super 14 season. This didn't affect his national team prospects, however, as he featured in the 2010 mid-year rugby union internationals, playing in matches against Wales and Italy, he made five appearances during the 2010 Tri Nations Series and a further eight appearances in domestic action for the Blue Bulls during the 2010 Currie Cup Premier Division. He was once again selected in the South Africa squad that toured Great Britain and Ireland during the 2010 end-of-year rugby union internationals. However, on 15 November 2010, Ralepelle was suspended and sent back to South Africa following a positive drugs test after their match against Ireland, with traces of banned substance methylhexanamine found in his system. After an investigation, the South African Rugby Union found both players innocent of all charges and issued a public apology to them.

Both players were given diet supplement Anabolic Nitro Nitric Oxide Extreme Energy Surge by team officials. While previous tests of this product in South Africa yielded negative results, the British version of the product did contain methylhexanamine, resulting in the positive test results. Ralepelle played in sixteen Super Rugby matches for the Bulls in 2011, getting one try in their match against the We

Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs (Canada)

The Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs is the Minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet, responsible for the federal government's relations with the governments of the provinces and territories of Canada. The Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs does not head a full-fledged department, but rather directs the Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat within the Privy Council Office; the current Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs is Chrystia Freeland, concurrently serving as Deputy Prime Minister of Canada. Since the post's establishment, all Ministers of Intergovernmental Affairs except Pierre Pettigrew, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Freeland have concurrently served as President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. Prior to the creation of full ministers responsible for this file, prime ministers appointed Ministers of State for Federal-Provincial Relations; that was the case from 1977 to 1980 and from 1986 to 1991. Several provincial governments, such as Ontario and Quebec, have created homologous ministerial positions responsible for relations with other provinces and the federal government.

Key: Intergovernmental Affairs, Government of Canada Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat

List of educational institutions in Visakhapatnam

This is a list of educational and research institutions in Visakhapatnam, India. Andhra University Indian Institute of Management Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University Indian Maritime University Kalam Institute of Health Technology National Institute of Oceanography, India GITAM University Andhra Medical College GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research NRI Institute of Medical Sciences Gayatri Vidya Parishad Institute of Healthcare & Medical Technology Andhra University College of Engineering Andhra University College of Engineering for Women Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology and Sciences Vignan's Institute of Information Technology Raghu Engineering College Visakha Institute of Engineering & Technology Avanthi Instistute of Engineering & Technology Nadimpalli Satyanarayana Raju Institute Of Technology Vizag Institute of Technology Sanketika Vidya Parishad Engineering College Chaitanya Engineering College Dr. Lankapalli Bullayya Engineering College for Women VITAM Engineering College Mrs. A. V. N.

College Dr. V. S. Krishna Govt. Degree & P. G College Dr. Lankapalli Bullayya College Visakha Govt. Degree College For Women St. Joseph's College For Women Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree and PG Courses Aditya Degree College PRISM Degree and PG College M. V. R Degree College TSR and TBK Degree College Samata College Government Polytechnic College, Visakhapatnam Government Institute of Chemical Engineering, Visakhapatnam Government Polytechnic College for Women, Bheemunipatnam Government Polytechnic College, Pendurthi Government Polytechnic College, Anakapalli Mrs. A. V. N Polytechnic College Sanketika Polytechnic College Sai Ganapathi Polytechnic College Alwardas Polytechnic College Avanthi Polytechnic College Behara Polytechnic College Ameya World School Bethany School D. A. V. Public School Delhi Public School De Paul School Greendale International School Kendriya Vidyalaya Kotak Salesian School Pollocks High School Little Angels School Navy Children School Oakridge International School S.

F. S. High School Silver Oaks International School Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar St Aloysius' Anglo-Indian High School Timpany School

Southern California Association of Governments

The Southern California Association of Governments is the Metropolitan Planning Organization of six of the ten counties in Southern California, serving Imperial County, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Ventura County. San Diego County's MPO is the San Diego Association of Governments, an unrelated agency. SCAG is the largest MPO in the United States, representing over 18.5 million people in an area covering over 38,000 square miles. As the designated MPO, SCAG is mandated by the federal government to research and draw up plans for transportation, growth management, hazardous waste management, air quality. Additional mandates exist at the state level SCAG's policy direction is guided by the 86-member official governing board known as the Regional Council; the Regional Council is composed of 67 Districts that include an elected representative of one or more cities of equal population levels that have a geographic community of interest. Additionally, membership in SCAG's Regional Council includes one representative from each county Board of Supervisors.

SCAG's Regional Council includes one representative of the Southern California Native American Tribal Governments. All members of the Los Angeles City Council are each considered members of the SCAG Regional Council, the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles, serves as the Los Angeles City At-Large Representative; as of December 2014, the SCAG region consists of 191 cities, six counties, one Tribal Government. Members include: The Southern California Association of Governments was formed on October 28, 1965, with the purpose of conducting growth forecasts and regional planning. With each new federal transportation authorization and key state legislation, SCAG’s roles and responsibilities have increased and expanded beyond transportation planning; because of the different needs of the various member cities, the geographic and political differences, SCAG works collaboratively with local governments and partners in developing a shared regional vision and resolving regional challenges. In recent years, SCAG has taken a leadership role in goods movement activities and its impact on the Southern California region.

In 2008, the California State Legislature passed SB 375, which sets a framework and target dates to achieve Green House Gas reductions. This legislation impacts transportation planning and development, land use decisions, it expands the role of SCAG in setting regional targets. SCAG's main function is to coordinate growth and development on a regional level, with responsibility for the development of infrastructure and housing planning in a way that furthers the state's environmental mandates around greenhouse gases and sustainability, as well as broad state-wide goals for increased housing affordability; the state- mandated Regional Housing Needs Assessment is calculated by the state government on a regional basis and in turn the SCAG distributes growth targets for each county and town. The association produces a regional transportation and environmental strategy known as the Regional Transportation Plan-Sustainable Communities that designates certain goals and approaches for long-term environmental and housing development.

The SCAG espouses a holistic perspective for achieving their desired goals of ecological and equitable growth in the region. Southern California is witnessing historic change at the global and regional level; as the world continues to change in sometimes dramatic ways, Southern California is faced with tougher policy choices that will shape the region for generations to come. As the SCAG regions adds about four million more residents to the region by 2040, the ability to coordinate growth and infrastructure will determine how the region consumes its finite resources, whether it’s open space, water, or roadway capacity. Making a real dent in traffic congestion is getting tougher and more expensive; the region must explore new initiatives that can reverse decades of worsening mobility and make tomorrow’s commute better than today. If the region is unable to develop new initiatives to address how people and freight move, average freeway speeds will slow to 28 mph while the economic and public health costs of congestion will continue to rise.

After decades of steady progress, air quality improvements have leveled off as growth has begun to offset the technological advancements that have served the region well until now. Today, the SCAG region faces an air quality crisis, with more than 5,000 premature deaths from fine particulate matter. SCAG must respond to more stringent air quality standards for PM2.5 and unregulated smaller pollutants called nanoparticles by reducing the reliance on diesel and other petroleum-based, combustion engines. The future of the energy supply is becoming uncertain. Southern California is decreasingly dependent on imported petroleum, natural gas, coal, which account for 65 percent of its energy use; as we question the long term viability of a petroleum-based energy future, we must explore more combustion based energy sources. Regional water supplies are decreasingly threatened by pollution, growth is limited by whether there’s adequate supply; the quality of surface and groundwater supplies is important and must be protected through better management practices.

The regional economy continues to

Rachael Ray (talk show)

Rachael Ray known as Rachael and The Rachael Ray Show, is an American talk show starring Rachael Ray that debuted in syndication in the United States and Canada on September 18, 2006 and airs in other countries. It is taped at Chelsea Television Studios in New York City; the show's 13th season premiered on September 10, 2018, in the seventh season, the show became the last Harpo show in syndication to switch to HD with a revamped studio. The concept behind this program showcases Ray's culinary skills, she brings various celebrities on screen to discuss their accomplishments in the entertainment and media industries. Ray asks for tips and strategies for staying healthy and safe from various health and lifestyle experts, she includes make-over segments, features musical performances, all of which are features along the same lines of The Oprah Winfrey Show, she does, keep cooking in the forefront by including at least one cooking segment at the end of each episode, sometimes inviting her celebrity guests to join her in the kitchen.

According to Ray, "People know me for my love of food, but I have so much more I want to share." The set has the audience seated on a large turntable that rotates so that the audience can always see the "action" on the circular stage that surrounds them. At the end of each show, with the exception of a few more guests after Ray's cooking segments, Ray's tagline is, "We'll see you when we see you." On March 9, 2007, Entertainment Tonight revealed that the show's theme music was written and recorded by Ray's husband, John Cusimano. The original theme song to the show was performed by Soul and Jazz group The Neville Brothers, their song had the same rhythm and melody as their classic hit "Yellow Moon", but with different lyrics. Aaron Neville sang the song. Starting with the fifth season, the original theme was retired. With the start of the seventh season, the show was shot in a new studio; the new studio is in New York City in the Chelsea neighborhood, shares the building with The Wendy Williams Show.

Audience members can be seen lined up outside the studios on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Episodes are shot at 3:30 p.m. each day. During its first season, the show averaged about 2.6 million views daily, making it one of the highest viewed daytime shows. Not long after it debuted, it was revealed that Rachael Ray was renewed through 2010, adding two years to the two years it had received. In June 2009, Rachael Ray was renewed for two more years, till 2012, making 6 seasons. Rachael Ray was the only one of the four syndicated daytime talk shows that premiered for the 2006–07 season to be renewed. By the show's third season in 2008, ratings had dropped to a 1.8. However ratings leveled off in 2010 with 1.5 and 2 million viewers for the fifth season. At the start of its sixth season in 2011, the show's ratings rose to 1.7. In January 2012, CBS Television Distribution announced a two-year renewal for the show, taking it through the 2013–14 season. Rachael Ray was renewed for another two years in October 2013, bringing the series through the 2015–16 season and its tenth season.

In March 2018, CBS Television Distribution renewed the show for a 13th season. In January 2019, the show was renewed for a 14th season. Official website Rachael Ray on IMDb Rachael Ray at