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Siegfried Thiele

Born in Chemnitz Thiele was born the son of a craftsman. Already at the age of twelve he created his first compositions. He had music lessons with Werner Hubschmann and Gustav William Meyer and took part in the studio choir of the Volksbuhne Chem ...

Dia de la Tradicion

Dia de la Tradicion is celebrated in Argentina on November 10, the birthday of Argentine poet Jose Hernandez, who wrote, among others, the narrative poem El gaucho Martin Fierro and its continuation, La vuelta de Martin Fierro, stories in verse f ...

Bostaniçi

Bostaniçi is a town within the metropolitan area of the city of Van, on the Eastern shore of Lake Van in Turkey. The Armenian name of the town was Sghka. The town is part of the municipality of Ipekyolu. The mayor of the municipality is Sinan Asl ...

Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor may refer to: Plaza Mayor, Salamanca, a plaza in the centre of Salamanca, Spain. Plaza Mayor, Lima, a plaza in the centre of Lima, Peru. Plaza Mayor, Trinidad, Cuba, a plaza in the center of Trinidad, Cuba Plaza Mayor, Valladolid, a p ...

History of housing in Liverpool

The city of Liverpool in Merseyside, England includes a diverse variety of historical housing architectures, some dating back several hundred years, from small working class terrace houses to larger mansions, mostly from the Victorian era. While ...

Marcus Mettius Rufus

Marcus Mettius Rufus was a Roman eques who flourished during the reign of the emperors Domitian, and Trajan. He was appointed to a series of imperial offices, including praefectus or governor of Roman Egypt. Hans-Georg Pflaum first traced the ris ...

1889 Calgary municipal election

The 1889 Calgary municipal election was scheduled for January 7, 1889 to elect a Mayor and six Councillors to sit on the fifth Calgary Town Council from January 21, 1889 to January 20, 1890. Acclamation were declared in all seats upon close of no ...

1895 Calgary municipal election

The 1895 Calgary municipal election was scheduled for December 9, 1895 to elect a Mayor and nine Councillors to sit on the twelfth Calgary City Council from January 6, 1896 to January 4, 1897.

1896 Calgary municipal election

The 1896 Calgary municipal election was scheduled for December 14, 1896 to elect a Mayor and nine Councillors to sit on the thirteenth Calgary City Council from January 4, 1897 to January 3, 1898. The entire council was acclaimed upon the close o ...

Brian Walsh

Brian Walsh may refer to: Brian Walsh footballer, born 1951, Australian rules footballer for Carlton and Essendon Brian Walsh judge 1918–1998, Irish supreme court judge Brian Walsh politician born 1972, Fine Gael politician and mayor of Galway Br ...

Green Lake

Green Lake Cariboo, British Columbia Green Lake, Saskatchewan Green Lake Nova Scotia, Halifax Regional Municipality Green Lake, Ontario, former name of Astrolabe Lake Green Lake Whistler, British Columbia

Order of Hamilton

The Order of Hamilton is a Municipal Order awarded to residents of the city of Hamilton, Ontario for "significant volunteer achievements" in service to the City or communities therein. It was announced on April 10, 2019 by Mayor Fred Eisenberger, ...

2017 Westmount Municipal Election

Municipal elections were held in the city of Westmount, Quebec, Canada on 4 November 2017 as part of the 2017 Quebec municipal elections. Voters elected 8 positions on the Westmount City Council, as well as one mayor. On October 5, returning City ...

Zulfiquarulla

Zulfiquarulla was an Indian businessman and politician who served as Union Minister of Communications and Muslim Waqfs in the Charan Singh ministry from July 1979 to January 1980, and as Minister of State from August 1977 to July 1979. He was a m ...

Twinkle Kalia

Twinkle Kalia is an Indian woman who lives in Delhi. She funds and drives ambulances. She was given the highest award for women, the Nari Shakti Puraskar, in 2017.

Loyola Schools Student Council

The Ateneo De Manila Loyola Schools Student Council is the sole autonomus school council of the Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Schools. It is governed under a presidential constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head ...

Seymour Monro (major general)

Major General The Honourable Seymour Hector Russell Hale Monro, is a former officer in the British Army and current Lord Lieutenant of Moray. Monro is the eldest son of Lord Monro of Langholm, was born in Edinburgh and educated at Glenalmond Coll ...

Massachusetts Senates Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers 8.6% of Bristol County, 2.0% of Middlesex County, and 12.4% of Norfolk County population. ...

Swansea Bay (disambiguation)

Swansea Bay may refer to the following places Swansea Bay, a bay on the north of the Bristol Channel Swansea Beach the stretch of beach lining the Swansea Bay inlet between Swansea Docks and the Mumbles Swansea Bay City Region, a local authority ...

Frank Ellis

Frank Ellis may refer to: Frank Ellis Ontario politician, Canadian politician Frank H. Ellis 1896–1979, Canadian aviator and historian Frank Ellis footballer 1883–1957, Australian rules footballer Frank Ellis radiologist 1905–2006, English scient ...

George Goodman (disambiguation)

George Goodman was an American economics commentator known also as "Adam Smith". George Goodman may also refer to: George Goodman RAF officer 1920–1941, Battle of Britain pilot George Nicholas Goodman 1895–1959, mayor of Mesa, Arizona George Good ...

Lord Smith

Lord Smith may refer to: Trevor Arthur Smith, Baron Smith of Clifton, Lib Dem spokesman on Northern Ireland Philip Smith, Baron Smith of Hindhead, British Conservative politician Peter Smith, Baron Smith of Leigh, Labour councillor from Wigan, ch ...

Peter Field

Peter Field may refer to: Peter Field, third husband of Trisha Noble, Australian singer and actress Pen name of Laura Z. Hobson 1900–1986 and Thayer Hobson Peter Field, Portland-based songwriter for Henry Wolfe Gummer Peter Field, councillor for ...

For Keeps (bookstore)

For Keeps is a bookstore in Atlanta that specializes in Black classic and rare books. The shop opened in 2018 and is owned and operated by Rosa Duffy.

John Glenn (disambiguation)

John Glenn judge 1795–1853, Maryland attorney and federal judge John Thomas Glenn 1845–1899, mayor of Atlanta from 1889 to 1891 John Glenn 1870s outfielder 1850–1888, outfielder and first baseman in Major League Baseball from 1871–1877 John Glenn ...

1914 Colorado gubernatorial election

The 1914 Colorado gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1914. Republican nominee George Alfred Carlson defeated Democratic nominee Thomas M. Patterson with 48.67% of the vote.

Jack Young

Jack Young may refer to: Jack Young Scottish footballer fl. 1906−07, footballer who played for Kilmarnock and Bristol Rovers Jack Young politician born 1954, mayor of Baltimore, Maryland Jack Young footballer, born 1895 1895−1952, English footbal ...

Mayor for life

The tongue-in-cheek epithet Mayor for Life has been popularly applied to several long-serving mayors of American cities including: Marion Barry of Washington, D.C. elected four times, served from 1979 to 1991 and 1995 to 1999 Richard J. Daley of ...

1932 North Carolina gubernatorial election

The 1932 North Carolina gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Democratic nominee John C. B. Ehringhaus defeated Republican nominee Clifford C. Frazier with 70.07% of the vote.

2019–20 Colorado drone sightings

The 2019–20 Colorado drone sightings are a series of widely sighted unidentified drones observed in the skies of northeastern Colorado and western Nebraska between December 2019 and January 2020. According to witness reports, the drones fly in gr ...

1968 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1968 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1968. Incumbent Democratic Governor John W. King retired to run for the U.S. Senate. Republican nominee Walter R. Peterson Jr. defeated Democratic nominee Emile R. Bussiere wit ...

Luke Murrin

Luke Murrin was an American politician who served as the 2nd Mayor of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and was the first following its chartering.

Scott Young

Scott Young American football born 1981, American football guard for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League Scott Young Welsh footballer born 1976, Welsh football player Scott Young Scottish footballer born 1977, Scottish footballer a ...

Ben Nuckels

Ben Nuckels is an American political strategist and former campaign manager. Nuckels is a founding partner of the Washington D.C based Democratic media consulting business, Strother Nuckels Strategies.

List of special elections to the Iowa State Senate

Special elections to the Iowa State Senate are called by the Governor of Iowa when a vacancy arises within the State Senate. If there is a vacancy in the Iowa General Assembly, the vacant seat must be filled by special election. If the vacancy oc ...

1970 Iowa Senate election

The 1970 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1970 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 27 of the state senates 50 districts. Due to redistricting following the amending of the Iowa Constitution ...

1964 Iowa Senate election

The 1964 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1964 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 39 of the state senates 59 districts. At that time, the Iowa Senate still had several multi-member distric ...

1966 Iowa Senate election

The 1966 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1966 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 32 of the state senates 61 districts. At this time, the Iowa Senate still had several multi-member distric ...

1934 Iowa gubernatorial election

The 1934 Iowa gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1934. Incumbent Democrat Clyde L. Herring defeated Republican nominee Dan W. Turner with 51.75% of the vote.

1932 Iowa gubernatorial election

The 1932 Iowa gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Democratic nominee Clyde L. Herring defeated incumbent Republican Dan W. Turner with 52.77% of the vote.

Dilworth

Dilworth, Lancashire, an ancient township in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire, England, which today is part of the small town of Longridge Dilworth neighborhood, in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States Dilworth School in Auckland, New Zealand Di ...

Frank McDonald

Frank McDonald may refer to: Frank B. McDonald 1925–2012, astrophysicist and creator of the Voyager probe Frank McDonald, Sr 1912–1997, mayor of Evansville, Indiana, 1960–1972 Frank McDonald footballer 1899–1962, Australian footballer Frank MacDo ...

Jerry Dyer

Jerry Dyer is an American politician and law enforcement officer. He is the mayor-elect of Fresno, California. Previously, he served as the chief of the Fresno Police Department. Dyer was born in Fresno, and moved to Fowler, California, in 1964. ...

Emma Lozano

Emma Lozano is a community grassroots activist and pastor at United Lincoln Methodist Church in Pilsen, Chicago. She was born in Texas, moved to Hammond, Indiana in her youth, and moved again to Chicago, Illinois in 1958 at the age of five. Lozan ...

Groesbeck

Groesbeck, as a person, may refer to: Herman V.S. Groesbeck 1849–1929, Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court Robert A. Groesbeck, American mayor of Henderson, Nevada 1993-1997 Alex J. Groesbeck 1873–1953, American governor of Michigan 1921-1 ...

1930 Nevada gubernatorial election

The 1930 Nevada gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1930. Incumbent Republican Fred B. Balzar defeated Democratic nominee Charles L. Richards with 53.25% of the vote.

David Sullivan

David or Dave Sullivan may refer to: David O. Sullivan c. 1924–2012, American intelligence officer Dave Sullivan boxer 1877–1929, Irish-American boxer David B. Sullivan born 1953, member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Dave Sullivan ...

Death of Breonna Taylor

On March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old American emergency medical technician, was shot eight times during a narcotics investigation where Louisville Metro Police Department officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove ...

Myrick

Myrick or Myricks may refer to: People surname Gary B. Myrick b.?, U.S. Senate officer Susan Dowdell Myrick 1893–1978, American journalist, educator, author, and conservationist Bob Myrick born 1952, American baseball player Sue Myrick born 1941, ...

John Maynard Harlan

John Maynard Harlan was an American lawyer and politician who served as a member of the Chicago City Council. Harlan would, multiple times, run for the mayoralty of Chicago. He was the son and father of United States Supreme Court associate justi ...