Stacey Dash information

Stacey Dash biography

Stacey Lauretta Dash (born January 20, 1966) is an American film and television actress.

He made his TV debut starring Valerie Harper People Farrell, Ed O'Neill, and unknown in 1982, which is not to go beyond the pilot episode. His debut was important to "Michelle" in 1985, Episode Cosby Show, "a friend of Denise" next to Lisa Bonet, and Prince of Bel-Air.  Dash's first major television role was in 1988 in the television series TV 101, which was also Matt LeBlanc and Sam Robards. The series was canceled 13 episodes.

The first important film role was as a Dash of Richard Pryor comedy Moving in 1988. He was also a considerable role in Money Mo 'and Renaissance Man during this period. In 1995, Dash starred as femme fatale is a low budget film, Blue illegal. Dash got his breakthrough with the movie Clueless in 1995, starring Alicia Silverstone and Brittany Murphy. Dash played Cher high school best friend Dionne Marie Davenport even though Dash was twenty-eight time. In 1996, the film has generated a television arm, also called Clueless, in which the role taken up as Dash and Rachel Blanchard played Cher Dionne. The series ran from 1996 to 1999.

After the TV series ended, she appeared in the top view (2003) and low-budget movies smaller, including Gang Of Roses (2003), and get Played (2005). She also appeared in small guest roles on television shows such as Eve and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Add Vanessa Weir has played in the television series, the band, which was unsuccessful and was canceled after a few episodes.

In 2001, Dash in a music video by Carl Thomas for the single "Emotional". In 2004, Dash featured in a music video by Kanye West, label mate of her cousin Damon Dash for the single "All Falls Down". At 40, asked Stacey Dash nude Playboy in August 2006. Also in 2006, she was featured in singer Marques Houston's video, "Favorite Girl". In 2006, she launched her own lingerie line called Letters of Marque .


Holly Madison information

Holly Madison biography

Holl Sue Cullen, in art as Holly Madison (born December 23, 1979) is an American model, showgirl and TV personality. It 'widely known as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriend is a reality television series The Girls Next Door.

While not a Playboy Playmate, she appeared naked girls Pictorials Next Door co-star, Bridget Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson. In 2009, she appeared as a contestant on the eighth season of Dancing with the Stars.

Madison was born in Astoria, Oregon She has a younger sister, Stephanie, and a younger brother, Joe. Two of them appeared in Season 3 and Season 4 episodes of "The Girls Next Door". The work of his father in the timber industry has taken his family to travel. From ages two to eleven years, living in Prince of Wales Island near Ketchikan, Alaska. His family then moved to Oregon, this time in St. Helens. He attended Portland State University for two years, majoring in theater and psychology .

In 1999, Madison moved to Los Angeles to attend Loyola Marymount University .

To pay college tuition, she helped to become a Hawaiian Tropic model and worked at Hooters. The appearance of Madison on these sites has led to invitations to Hefner Playboy Mansion. After more than a year of visiting, Madison was invited to spend He became one of Hefner's seven official girlfriends in August 2001. In February 2002, after all, but two of his friends left, Madison became Hefner's "# 1 Girl" and moved into his room. , was named among the Hooters girls of all time in 2008 as part of the twenty-fifth anniversary restaurant.

Madison spoke openly about her plastic surgery, having had both a nose job and breast augmentation. After this last procedure, your chest measurement was an A-cup to a D. In 2011, Madison, said she has her breasts insured for $ 1 million. Also he had a Playboy bunny logo tattooed on her red lower back, but later had removed .


Cantaloupe information


Melons (including watermelon, mushmelon, melon, melon or spanspek) refers to varieties of Cucumis melo, Cucurbitaceae species of the family which includes nearly all melons and pumpkins. Melons are among 0.5 to 5.0 kilograms (1.1 to 11 lb). Originally intended only for non-netted melon orange-fleshed melons in Europe, but later use has become an orange-fleshed melon (C. Melo).

The cantaloupes have been linked to illnesses caused by listeria bacteria Listeria.
Cantaloupe are a source of polyphenol antioxidants, chemicals that are believed to provide certain health benefits to the cardiovascular system and immune system by regulating the formation of nitric oxide, [citation needed] a chemical essential in the promotion of Health in the endothelium and prevention of a heart attack. However, recent research has shown that they can compensate, the body has mechanisms to deal with oxidation.
Melons are also an excellent source of vitamin C.

Boston Red Sox information

Boston Red Sox 

Boston Red Sox are a professional baseball team based in Boston, Massachusetts, and member of the Division of Major League Baseball's American League. Founded in 1901 as a franchise to hire eight American League home stadium was the Red Sox Fenway Park since 1912. The "Red Sox" name was chosen by the team owner, John I. Taylor, around 1908, following former Boston team was known as the "Bas Rouge".

Boston has been a dominant team in the new league by defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World Series for the first time in 1903 and won four championships in 1918. But then came a championship longest drought in baseball history, called by some "Curse of the Bambino" after his debut with the Red Sox suspected of selling Babe Ruth to the Yankees two years later the rival Championship world in 1918, a wait of 86 years before the World Team Championship in sixth place in 2004. However, the team's history during this period was only one of vanity, but rather punctuated was some of the most memorable moments in World Series history, with Enos Slaughter "wild ride" in 1946, the "impossible dream" 1967, Carlton Fisk home run in 1975 and Bill Buckner error in 1986. Red Sox history has been marked by intense rivalry between the teams with the Yankees, no doubt. fiercest and most storied professional sports in North America

 Since 2003, the Red Sox, is a perennial playoff contenders and have won two World Series, becoming one of the most successful teams in MLB over the past ten years.

The Red Sox are still one of the best teams in the MLB average in the presence of road, while the small capacity of Fenway Park prevents them from carrying out the overall participation.  Each game since May 15, 2003 was sold, a record that MLB took nearly eight years.

Tampa Bay Rays information

Tampa Bay Rays 

Tampa Bay Rays are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in St. Petersburg, Florida. The spokes are a member of the MLB American League Eastern. Since its inception in 1998, the club played at Tropicana Field and finished in last place four times. Their first season with a winning record was 2008, when they won their first division title and went on to win the pennant.

In November 2007, principal owner Stuart Sternberg made significant changes to the image of its franchise, to change the name of the club of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in order, "Tampa Bay Rays", which he described as "a beacon that radiates throughout Tampa Bay and the entire state of Florida. "  The color of the core team, a former black, green and blue was changed to dark blue, Columbia blue and gold, and the team has become a symbol of the devil ray ray of sunshine. A symbol of the devil ray, however, are still used on the sleeve of their jerseys, and is still in the tank cownose rays in the back of the field.

Walter Payton information

Walter Payton biography

Walter Payton (July 15, 1954-11 1st, 1999) was an American football running back who played for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) for thirteen seasons. Walter Payton was known in the NFL in "soft". We recall that one of the most prolific runners-long soccer history. Payton, a Selectee Pro Bowl nine times, once had the league record for career rushing yards, beaten, door, offensive yards, all-purpose yards, and many other categories. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1993. NFL Hall of Fame player and coach Mike Ditka Payton described as the best football player he had ever seen, but as a human being .

Payton began his football career in Mississippi, and continued to have a career in college football unique at Jackson State University where he was an All-American. He began his professional career with the Bears in 1975 who elected him as the fourth in 1975 Entry Draft. Payton has won two NFL Most Valuable Player and won the Super Bowl XX with the Chicago Bears in 1985. After struggling with liver disease primary sclerosing cholangitis rare in several months, Payton died Nov. 1, 1999, 45 years from cholangiocarcinoma. His legacy includes the Walter Payton Award, Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, and an increased awareness of the need for organ donation.

Rosh Hashanah information

Rosh Hashanah 

Rosh Hashanah  ("Head of the Year", literally), is the Jewish New Year. It 'the first High Holidays or Yamim Noraim ("Days of Awe"), spent ten days before Yom Kippur. Rosh Hashanah is observed the first two days of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Jewish calendar.  It 'was described in the Torah as יום תרועה (Yom Teru'ah day by the sound [shofar]).
Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of a new year in the Hebrew calendar (one of four "new year" observances that define various legal "years" for different purposes, as explained in the Mishna and the Talmud). This is the new year for people, animals and legal contracts. The Mishnah also sets this day aside as the new year for calculating calendar years and sabbatical (shmita) and Jubilee (Yovel) years. Jews believe Rosh Hashanah is either figuratively or literally the creation of the world or the universe. But according to one view in the Talmud, namely R. Eleazar, Rosh Hashana recall the creation of man, which means that five days earlier, on 25 Elul, the first day of creation of the universe.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame information

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a museum located on the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, USA. It is dedicated to archiving the history of some of the best known and most influential artists, producers, engineers and others who have somehow influenced the major music industry through the genre of rock music . The museum is part of the city redeveloped Harbor North Shore.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum complex is located in Cleveland, Ohio, devoted to artists, designers, project managers and others associated with the growth and popularity of rock and roll.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation was founded April 20, 1983. However, it was not at home. The search committee considered several cities such as Memphis (home Sun Studios and Stax Records), Detroit (Motown Records in the house), Cincinnati (home King Records), New York and Cleveland. Cleveland pressures difficult to choose between supporting a disc jockey Alan Freed Cleveland is widely credited with promoting a new genre (and terminology) and "Rock and Roll", and that Cleveland was the location of the first rock and roll concert. The civic leaders in Cleveland has promised $ 65 million of public funds to finance its construction. A petition signed by 600 000 hard fans favoring Cleveland over Memphis, and the USA Today poll which Cleveland won 100 000 votes. Hall of Fame Board of Directors has resolved to build a museum in Cleveland.

Listeria information


Listeria is a bacterial genus containing six species.  Named after the English pioneer of surgery sterile, Joseph Lister, the family got its present name in 1940. Listeria species are Gram-positive and are typical of L. monocytogenes, the cause of listeriosis.

Listeria ivanovii is a pathogen of ruminants, and can infect laboratory mice, but rarely causes disease in humans.


Carl Sagan information

Andy Rooney biography
Carl Sagan Edward  (November 9, 1934 - December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, popularized science and science communicator in space and science. During his lifetime he published over 600 scientific papers and popular articles and was author, co-author or editor of more than 20 pounds. In his works, he argued skeptical inquiry and the scientific method. He pioneered exobiology and promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).

Sagan, who became world famous for his popular science books and award-winning television series Cosmos 1980:. A personal journey, which he co-wrote and said [2] A book to accompany the program was also published. Sagan also wrote the novel Contact, the basis for the 1997 film of the same name.

Andy Rooney information

Andy Rooney biography

Andrew Aitken "Andy" Rooney (born January 14, 1919) is an American writer of radio and television. It is most notable for his weekly program "a few minutes with Andy Rooney," a part of CBS 60 Minutes News from 1978 to 2011.

Andrew Rooney was born in Albany, New York, son of Walter Scott Rooney (1888-1959) and Elinor (nee Reynolds) Rooney (1886-1980). He attended the Albany Academy,  and later attended Colgate University in Hamilton in New York , where he was initiated into Sigma Chi fraternity, until he was drafted into the Army in August 1941 US. Rooney began his career in newspapers, while in the army when in 1942 he began writing for Stars and Stripes in London during World War II.  Later, he published a memoir, My War (1995)  in its war reporting. In addition to telling firsthand of several important historical events and people (who came to Paris, concentration camps, etc.), Rooney described how he shaped his experience both as a writer and journalist.

Air Force eighth flight in February 1943, was one of six correspondents who flew the first American bombing raid in Germany.  Later, he was one of the first American journalists to visit Nazi concentration camps at the end of World War II, and one of the first to give them. Tom Brokaw in the segment of "Greatest Generation," Rooney admitted that he was opposed to the Second World War, he was a pacifist. He said that what he saw in the camps made him feel ashamed, that he had opposed the war and permanently changed their views on "just war" exists.

Torrey Smith information

Torrey Smith biography

Torrey James Smith (born January 26, 1989) is an American wide receiver punt return in the National Football League. He was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in 2011 NFL Draft. Smith attended Stafford Senior High School in Stafford, Virginia, where he played basketball and football. He accepted a scholarship to the University of Maryland, and redshirted his first year. In 2008, he set the Atlantic Coast Conference season record with 1,089 kickoff return yards after a touchdown pass of 99 yards during the 2008 Humanitarian Cup. He finished the year with 24 catches for 336 yards and two touchdowns. In 2009, it exceeded its own brand and re-set the ACC record for season punt return yards in 1309. This season, he earned all-purpose yards in 2129, the second biggest all-time mark for a player of the ACC. He received numerous awards All-ACC after the season.

A committee consisting of recruiters considered a potential option for Smith third or fourth round draft pick in the NFL in 2010, but decided to return to Maryland to its third final year. In 2010, Smith was appointed to the Paul Hornung Award watchlists and Biletnikoff Award preseason. This season, set the ACC record for career kickoff return. Smith decided to forgo his senior year to enter the 2011 NFL Draft, where the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the second round with the No. 58 overall pick.

Pan American World Airways information

Pan American World Airways 

Pan American World Airways, commonly known as Pan Am, was the principal international airline and largest in the United States from 1927 until its financial collapse on December 4, 1991. Founded in 1927 as a regular air mail and passenger service operating between Key West, Florida and Havana, Cuba, the airline became a major credit company of the many innovations that shaped the airline industry internationally, including the widespread use of jet aircraft, jumbo jets, and computerized reservation systems. Identified by its blue globe logo and the use of the word "Clipper" in aircraft names and call signs, the airline was a cultural icon of the 20th century and the unofficial flag carrier of the United States. Terminal flagship Pan Am is in John F. Worldport Kennedy International Airport in New York.