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Al Yaum (newspaper)

Al Yaum (in Arabic اليوم meaning The Day Today in Arabic) is a Dammam-based, supposedly pro-government Arabic daily newspaper published in Saudi Arabia.

Al Yaum was first published in Dammam in 1965. Initially, it was a weekly eight-page magazine. Its frequency and size improved over time, becoming a daily newspaper in 1978 mid calf football socks. The owner and publisher of the paper is Dar Al Yaum Organization for Printing and Publishing. The headquarters of Al Yaum is in Dammam.

Hamid Ghuyarfi was the editor-in-chief of Al Yaum until 1981 when he was dismissed due to his criticism against Saudi government. One of the other former editor-in-chiefs was Othman Al Omeir who currently owns liberal Arabic news portal Elaph. Muhammad Abdallah Al Wail also served as the editor-in-chief of the paper.

The daily was the first in the Middle East and the second in the world to get IFRA ISO certificate, the first in the Middle East to receive the IFRA Asia Award for best in print and the first in the Middle East to become the WAN-IFRA Star Club member and the Color Quality Club member.

The paper mostly covers news in relation to Dammam and nearby regions. It also covers regional news, sports events, and social issues that are of interest to the readers in Saudi Arabia and Arab states of the Persian Gulf. The paper is published in broadsheet format with 28 colour and black and white pages.

Although the paper focuses on the local news and mainly serves the Eastern province sports direct football socks, it is distributed across the Persian Gulf region. It is the leading newspaper in the Eastern province.

The estimated 2003 circulation of Al Yaum was 80 best place to buy football shirts online,000 copies. Its 2007 circulation was 135,000 copies.

Although the daily is described as pro-government it has experienced suspensions and arrest of its correspondents. In 1982, one of its reporters was detained for two years. The same year literary supplement of the paper was suspended by Saudi government.

List of newspapers in Saudi Arabia

Colourbox

Colourbox – brytyjska grupa muzyczna założona w 1982 w Londynie przez braci Martyna i Stevena Alana Youngów, którzy do współpracy zapraszali innych muzyków. Aktywna do 1987 womens sports jerseys.

W 1982 londyńscy muzycy, bracia Martyn i Steven Young zaprosili wokalistkę Debbion Currie do nagrania debiutanckiego singla „Breakdown“, który ukazał się nakładem wytwórni 4AD w tym samym roku. W roku następnym Youngowie ponownie nagrali ten sam singiel, ale z nową wokalistką, Loritą Grahame, która zastąpiła Debbion Currie.

Colourbox był uważany za jednego z prekursorów tworzenia muzyki dyskotekowej metodą komputerowego samplowania z fragmentów nagrań innych wykonawców, ze specjalnych efektów dźwiękowych oraz z nowych partii instrumentalnych i wokalnych.

Wyrazem tych eksperymentów stała się wydana w 1983 EP-ka Colourbox, oraz single „Say You“, „Punch“ (oba z 1984) i „The Moon Is Blue“ (1985). W 1985 grupa wydała swój pierwszy (i jedyny w karierze) LP, Colourbox.

W 1987 na zlecenie szefa 4AD Ivo Watts-Russella dishwasher safe water bottles, bracia Young nawiązali współpracę z zespołem A. R. Kane tworząc wspólną grupę o nazwie M/A/R/R/S, która nagrała przebojowy singiel „Pump Up the Volume“. Zyskał on rozgłos dochodząc do pierwszego miejsca na brytyjskiej liście przebojów, co było pierwszym tego typu osiągnięciem w historii 4AD. Pomimo tego sukcesu grupa M/A/R/R/S nie podjęła dalszej działalności. Bracia Young uczestniczyli też w innych przedsięwzięciach szefa 4AD, This Mortal Coil i Lonely Is an Eyesore.

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After relocating to England for a few years he returned to Jamaica and found success again. In 2009 he returned to the charts with the Donovan Germain-produced „Rolling Stones“, and won the ‚Biggest Comeback Artiste‘ award at the 2010 EME Awards. In 2011 he set up the Bonner Yard Productions record label.

In February 2014 he announced plans to release a new album, to be preceded by an EP in March.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (season 8)

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Season eight starred Vincent D’Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren, Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames, Julianne Nicholson as Detective Megan Wheeler, and Eric Bogosian as Captain Danny Ross. Jeff Goldblum joined the cast as Detective Zack Nichols. The season was executive produced by the following teams: Walon Green and Michael Chernuchin; Ed Zuckerman and Tim Lea; Dick Wolf and Peter Jankowski; and Norberto Barba, Diana Son, Julie Martin, and Arthur W. Forney.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent is the third series in the crime drama Law & Order franchise, which was created by Dick Wolf in 1990. It was developed by Wolf and René Balcer, who began working on the original Law & Order series during its first season. Law & Order: Criminal Intent is a police procedural crime drama that follows a distinct division of the New York City Police Department: the Major Case Squad, and its investigations into high-profile murder cases, such as those involving VIPs, local government officials and employees, the financial industry, and the art world. Unlike the other series in the Law & Order franchise, Law & Order: Criminal Intent gives significant attention to the actions and motives of the criminals, rather than primarily focusing on the police investigation and trial prosecution. Episodes do not usually contain trials, and often end in confessions rather than plea bargains or verdicts.

USA Network made a sixteen-episode order for season eight on May 22, 2008, down from the twenty-two episodes of season seven. Production for season eight began at the end of the summer of 2008, shooting on location in and around New York City using local color. The main set of One Police Plaza is located at Pier 62, Chelsea Piers, Manhattan.

Following the departure of Warren Leight, who served as show runner, executive producer, and head writer in seasons six and seven, it was announced in July 2008 that Walon Green and Robert Nathan would share Leight’s role for the forthcoming eighth season, handling eight episodes each; however, after making two episodes, Nathan was replaced by Law & Order executive producer Ed Zuckerman. Michael Chernuchin co-executive produces Green’s episodes, and Tim Lea co-executive produces Zuckerman’s episodes. Wolf and Peter Jankowski are also credited as executive producers, as with all other Law & Order series. Other executive producers on the series are Norberto Barba, Diana Son, Julie Martin, and Arthur W. Forney. Charlie Rubin is credited as the supervising producer, and Balcer, Eric Overmyer, and Siobhan Byrne O’Connor are consulting producers.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent does not have an ensemble cast, and therefore differs from Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which feature six and eight actors, respectively, receiving star billing in their seasons which are aired during the same 2008–2009 television season. The eighth season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent has five actors in starring roles, but only three appear on screen during an episode: two lead detectives and the Captain.

Four of the lead actors from the seventh season returned for season eight. Vincent D’Onofrio plays Detective Robert Goren, a hyper-intuitive contemporary Sherlock Holmes-type investigator who used to work for the US Military Police. Goren’s partner, former vice squad detective, Alexandra Eames, is played by Kathryn Erbe. Eric Bogosian appears as Captain Danny Ross, and Julianne Nicholson continues to appear as Detective Megan Wheeler. Jeff Goldblum joins the cast as Detective Zack Nichols, replacing Detective Mike Logan (Chris Noth) as Wheeler’s partner. Each episode features an alternate investigating team of detectives. D’Onofrio and Erbe appear together in one episode, and Goldblum and Nicholson appear together in the following episode. D’Onofrio and Erbe are in the third episode, and the fourth features Goldblum and Nicholson. Bogosian appears in every episode of the season. This format will continue until episode twelve, when Nicholson will leave the series temporarily on maternity leave. Erbe’s character will then partner with both Goren and Nichols for the final four episodes of the season.

In a recurring role, Leslie Hendrix continues to appear as Assistant Chief Medical Examiner Elizabeth Rodgers, the same character she has also played in Law & Order and the first season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She has appeared in all episodes of seasons 7 and 8. Steve Zirnkilton provides a voice-over at the beginning of each episode’s opening credits, saying „In New York City’s war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the Major Case Squad. These are their stories.“

Season eight of Law & Order: Criminal Intent first aired during the 2008–2009 television season on USA Network, an American cable channel. The season premiere episode’s air date changed twice before it was eventually broadcast on April 19, 2009, at 9:00 p.m. EST. It was originally scheduled to air in November 2008, just three months after season seven’s final episode, but was then pushed back to January 2009. It was rescheduled a second time in January. It was reported that the episodes were held back because the two starring Goldblum and Nicholson, and produced by Nathan were „terrible“ and had to be scrapped. Episodes aired weekly – except May 24 – for sixteen weeks until August 9, 2009.

When Law & Order: Criminal Intent first premiered in 2001, it aired on NBC, the same broadcast network that the rest of the Law & Order franchise airs on. Under a $100,000-per-episode shared or second window syndication agreement made between NBC and USA Network, USA Network was allowed to broadcast episodes out of primetime a week after their premiere on NBC. In 2007, following a ratings decline, first-run episodes moved from NBC to USA Network, and NBC reaired the episodes beginning January 2008. The same deal continues to run for season eight; NBC began airing episodes from June 3, 2009.

The day following its broadcast on US television, each episode was available to purchase and download at the iTunes Store and Amazon Video on Demand; however, unlike most other NBC and USA Network series, they were not streamed on USA Network’s website or Hulu, which was co-owned by NBC Universal, USA Network’s parent company.

Critical interest in season eight focused on the arrival of Jeff Goldblum as Detective Zack Nichols. Ginia Bellafante of The New York Times wrote, „[Nichols] is better suited to Mr. Goldblum’s sensibility than the hallucinating detective he played on the short-lived series Raines, on which he was required to do too much feeling.“ She continued, „Goldblum’s initial scene has the effect of a star’s first walk-on in a stage play: you feel moved to applause… you trust him to break through the show’s melodramatic solemnity; he signals a kind of first-aid relief.“ She went on to say that Nicholson, as Detective Wheeler, Nichols‘ partner, „is destined to fade even further into the background than she did with her previous partner, Mike Logan,“ and that D’Onofrio’s Detective Goren will now seem even more annoying when compared to Nichols. Brian Lowry, reviewing for Variety, echoed Bellafonte, commenting that „Goldblum’s deft touch with rapid-fire delivery makes him a particularly good choice for the show’s cerebral brand of crime drama, although as a consequence, that approach tends to leave the secondary detective with even less to occupy her in most episodes than the flagship [Law & Order]’s assistant district attorneys.“ He added that the addition of Goldblum to the cast „should breathe a bit of life into Law & Order: Criminal Intents familiar cat-and-mouse format,“ noting that it is the least consistently interesting series of the franchise. He noted, though, that due to the nature of the series, attention to the main characters‘ lives takes a back seat to the perpetrators, victims, and their investigations, saying it is a shame for Goldblum’s admirers, as he is limited by the series‘ „fairly rigid parameters“ and cannot fully showcase his acting talents. Lowry did, however, warn Goldblum’s fans to „be content. Be very content.“ In Entertainment Weekly, Mandi Bierly said of Nichols, „he’s so laidback that he often does not even appear to be moving when he’s walking.. papaya enzyme meat tenderizer. He’s exactly what you thought you were getting from the casting of Jeff Goldblum.“ Of Wheeler, she said she hoped that in the forthcoming episodes, Nicholson would get to do more with the character than she did in Goldblum’s premiere episode. „I’m assuming she’s not always that irrelevant?“ she questioned. „She was just feeling her new partner out, which is why she did nothing?“

„Playing Dead,“ the season’s first episode featuring Detectives Goren and Eames, had 4.578 million viewers, over 400,000 more viewers than the following episode, which was Goldblum’s premiere. For the remainder of the season, however, episodes featuring Goldblum and Nicholson were watched by more viewers than the episodes featuring D’Onofrio and Erbe, although the viewing figures for all episodes continued to drop over the following weeks. The May 10 episode was watched by 3.14 million viewers and placed outside the top twenty cable network television shows for the week, although eight programs that did place inside the top twenty were NBA Playoff matches. Subsequent episodes were watched by 3.709 million viewers and 4.012 million viewers, but the June 7 episode saw the figures begin to climb. „The Glory That Was…,“ which aired on June 14, was the second-highest-rated cable television program for that night. It was watched by 4.14 million people from a total of 3.19 million households, and was watched by 1.87 million people within the 25- to 54-year-old demographics. Its viewing figures were beaten only by an episode of In Plain Sight, which was broadcast immediately after Law & Order: Criminal Intent on the USA Network. It was also the most-watched episode of the season that features Goldblum and Nicholson. The following week’s episode, „Family Values,“ also received high viewing figures. Beaten out by In Plain Sight again, it was that night’s second-highest-rated cable program among 25- to 54-year-olds, 1.625 million of whom viewed it. It was also the second-highest-rated program for total viewing figures, being watched by 3.44 million people.

Detectives Goren and Eames investigate when a couple’s 2-year-old daughter mysteriously disappears from her room during a robbery at the hotel, where her parents dined. They learn that a family member (Lynn Redgrave) is financially supporting the couple, while also dying of a heart condition. Glass fragments and a stolen key-card become substantial evidence which leads them to the robber, although there is no child with him. Further investigation leads Goren and Eames to receive a ransom call. However, they learn that someone relatively close to the family was taking advantage of the crime, attempting to win money over in the process. The detectives find out the parents have been giving a false description. There never was a child at the hotel. As they uncover a shocking conspiracy, Goren and Eames learn that the unstable mother (Piper Perabo) has been delusional about the months-ago accidental death of her daughter, prompting her husband (Luke Kirby) to exploit her condition in order to continue receiving financial support from his rich but childless aunt.

A drug dealer is killed the night before she plans to leave town to live on her cousin’s farm. After Wheeler goes into labor, Eames pairs up with Nichols to investigate and find the girl’s killer. But when Nichols suspects the girl’s killer is an old friend (Dylan Baker) who works in the medical examiner’s office, Nichols does all he can to prove that he killed the victim, but it could cost Nichols his job in the process.

A revolutionary plans the kidnapping of a powerful banking executive, but the heist goes wrong and the executive is killed. While probing the murder, Nichols and Eames must also prevent a terrorist campaign.

Herbert Solow (journalist)

Herbert Solow (20 November 1903 – 26 November 1964) was an American journalist and co-editor of The Menorah Journal who was first a Communist fellow-traveler in the 1920s, a Trotskyist in the 1930s, and then abandoned leftist politics to work in Henry Luce’s publishing empire as Fortune editor.

Solow was a member of the Columbia College class of 1924. His schoolmates included Clifton Fadiman, Lionel Trilling, Meyer Schapiro, and Whittaker Chambers.

Solow and Elliot E. Cohen were co-editors of The Menorah Journal. Together in the 1930s, they led many of the magazine’s contributors toward the left, according to Diana Trilling’s recollections. Solow’s wife, Tess Slesinger described much of the Menorah scene in the guise of fiction in her book The Unpossessed (1934).

According to Alfred Kazin, Solow was:

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During the Great Purges of the 1930s, Solow sided with Leon Trotsky and became acquainted with John Dewey football sock ties. When friend Whittaker Chambers broke with the Communist Party and left the underground, Solow helped him contact Dewey (which led to nothing) and helped him re-establish himself in public.

Solow abandoned Leftist politics altogether in the 1940s and, like Chambers, joined the publishing empire of Henry Luce as an editor at Fortune Magazine. (Chambers was at Time Magazine.) Solow helped bring prominent professionals such as photographer Walker Evans over to Fortune.

Solow edited all of and translated parts of Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture by Gregory Bienstock, Solomon M. Schwarz, and Aaron Yugow, published in 1944.

A heavy smoker all his life, Solow died in 1964, just past his 61st birthday.

Billy Duffy

Billy Duffy all’anagrafe William Henry Duffy (Hulme, 12 maggio 1961) è un chitarrista inglese, chitarrista del gruppo rock britannico The Cult, band molto influente tra gli anni 1980 e gli anni 1990 che ebbe un buon successo commerciale nonché positivi riscontri da parte della critica.

Cresciuto a Manchester thermos stainless steel drink bottle, dove ha iniziato a suonare la chitarra a 14 anni, Duffy agli inizi della carriera si destreggiò in diverse band punk rock sul finire degli anni ’70, soprattutto per aver spronato all’attività il chitarrista dei The Smiths, Johnny Marr, ed aver portato all’esordio il frontman, cantante ed autore, Morrissey, nella sua punk band, The Nosebleeds.

Quando l’iniziale movimento punk rock (guidato dai Sex Pistols) si spense glass bottle buy, Duffy migrò verso il gruppo dei Theatre of Hate. Successivamente conobbe Ian Astbury, il frontman della band di positive punk chiamata Southern Death Cult, che fu impressionato dalle capacità di Duffy tanto da lasciare i Southern e fondare con il chitarrista di Manchester un nuovo gruppo chiamato Death Cult per sfruttare la positiva scia della precedente formazione. Dopo un paio di singoli ed un viaggio a New York, Duffy convinse Astbury ad accorciare il nome della band in un semplice The Cult.

I Cult si ricordano soprattutto per il brano „Rain“, nel quale la chitarra di Duffy svolgeva un ruolo determinante.

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Jérémie Colot

Jérémie Colot (né le 24 janvier 1986 à Villeneuve-Saint-Georges en Île-de-France) est un patineur artistique français.

Vice-champion de France novices en 2000, Jérémie Colot participe ensuite à sept championnats de France élites et obtient ses meilleurs classements lors des éditions de 2006 à Besançon et de 2007 à Orléans où il se classe deux fois à la 6e place.

Sur le plan international remington fabric shaver, il participe aux championnats du monde junior en 2005 à Kitchener au Canada et deux fois au Trophée Éric Bompard en 2006 et 2007. Pour sa première participation à l’épreuve française du Grand Prix ISU en novembre 2006, il n’a appris sa sélection que trois jours seulement avant le début de la compétition. Il dira alors: „J’ai appris mardi soir, à 17h, que j’étais sélectionné pour le Trophée Bompard ! (…) J’ai d’abord cru à une blague, puis je me suis retenu de crier ! Sérieusement, j’étais très content, mais un peu stressé ! (…) J’ai entendu les spectateurs crier mon nom, c’était génial !“ C’est lors de cette compétition qu’il obtient tous ses records personnels (programme court bottled water for toddlers, programme long et score total).

Mais la concurrence étant très élevée dans le patinage masculin français, il n’a jamais pu être sélectionné par la FFSG (fédération française des sports de glace) pour les championnats d’Europe, les championnats du monde senior ou les Jeux olympiques d’hiver.

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JMPZ est un groupe de musique français formé à Mâcon et composé de deux basses, d’une batterie et d’un didgeridoo costume football jerseys. Leur musique est considérée comme atypique cheap jerseys shop, entre dub, indus et rock, avec une rythmique tribale.

Avec leur troisième album et la participation de Reuno de Lofofora, le groupe fait incursion dans le metal.

La formation initiale comportait deux batteurs et après deux albums et d’importantes tournées (plus de 550 dates), le groupe se sépare de son chanteur-didgeridoo et admet ainsi un nouveau membre. Un 3e album a été enregistré durant l’été 2007, sorti au début de l’année 2008.

En 2012, le groupe fait sa tournée d’adieux après 16 ans d’existence. Il joue son dernier concert le 3 mars 2012 à la Cave à Musique de Mâcon, ville dont il est originaire.