Antojito

Los antojitos o comida de la calle son un tipo de aperitivos que forma parte de la cultura mexicana. Por lo regular es un alimento a base de maíz, rico en grasas (muchas veces frito) y acompañado de una salsa de chile, y generalmente es parte de una comida rápida e informal. Aunque algunos de estos, que por su alto contenido en carbohidratos y grasas son considerados como comida chatarra, en realidad son muy nutritivos y pueden constituir una comida muy completa. Estos alimentos se pueden encontrar comúnmente en los mercados de cada ciudad y en su mayoría están disponibles en la mañana y en la tarde. México es conocido por su variedad en cuanto a comida de la calle respecta; muchos turistas evaden dichos alimentos, pero se le considera de la mejor comida que México ofrece.

Se le conoce a la comida de la calle como “antojitos” por ser comidos de manera informal y sin ser la comida principal, servida a media tarde, aunque existen algunas excepciones.​ Es sencillo encontrar antojitos durante la mañana y ya entrada la noche; particularmente fuera de Ciudad de México, es complicado hallarlos a la mitad del día.​

La mayoría de la comida está hecha a base de maíz,​ y los mejores productos se encuentran en mercados, tianguis y paradas del transporte público. Uno de los tianguis más conocidos en México está en la Colonia Condesa que funciona allí los martes. También se pueden encontrar antojitos en otros lugares dentro de la capital del país, como el Metro Chilpancingo, el Mercado San Juan Arcos de Belén, la calle López en el Centro Histórico y el Mercado de Coyoacán.​ Muchos turistas en México evitan los antojitos por miedo a enfermar; sin embargo, la mayoría de la cocina mexicana tiene sus raíces en dichos alimentos.​​

Una forma de distinguir un buen puesto de comida es ver si tiene o no clientela; los clientes locales tienden a escoger la mejor comida y si el negocio se encuentra lleno significa que la comida es del agrado de los clientes. De igual manera es preferible que el cocinero no maneje el dinero.​​​

Aproximadamente el 43% de la población mexicana cree que los antojitos no son nocivos para la salud y el 58% come en la calle al menos una vez a la semana. .​ La comida mexicana fue nombrada por la UNESCO como una herencia cultural intangible,​ y Forbes nombró a Ciudad de México como una de las diez mejores ciudades del mundo para comer comida de la calle.​

La comida de la calle ha tenido un gran impacto en la cocina mexicana: restaurantes de alta cocina sirven muchos alimentos que se pueden encontrar en la calle, a veces con modificaciones propias.​​ La comida de la calle mexicana también ha tenido influencia fuera de su país de origen, particularmente en los Estados Unidos, donde el chef Hugo Ortega, originario de Houston y Rick Bayless de Chicago han publicado libros dedicados completamente a este tipo de cocina.​ Varios chefs viajan a México para investigar la comida local, que cada vez gana más aprecio, incluyendo los antojitos.​ En los Estados Unidos, la comida tipo mexicana se puede encontrar en pequeños mostradores de ciertos restaurantes y va desde el Tex-Mex hasta las comidas mexicanas más regionales.​​ Con más de 100 años de historia en lo que a comida de la calle mexicana respecta, Los Angeles es conocido por sus camiones donde se sirven tacos, tortas, quesadillas, entre otros.​ Los tacos son para los Angeles lo que las salchichas para Chicago y lo que el cheesesteak para Filadelfia. Dichos tacos pueden ser tanto tradicionales como originales y creativos.​ En esta ciudad también se encuentran unos camiones denominados Koggi (carne en coreano), que se volvieron famosos por su inusual mezcla entre comida mexicana y coreana.​ La Universidad de California organizó una conferencia acerca de la comida mexicana de la calle, donde se le distinguió culturalmente de la típica comida rápida.​

El taco es el platillo mexicano más conocido y fue el primero en ser aceptado en el norte de la frontera de los Estados Unidos. Un taco es meramente una tortilla doblada con una especie de relleno que varía dependiendo de cada región.​ La mayoría de los tacos están hechos con tortillas de maíz, a excepción del norte donde predominan las de harina de trigo. Dichas tortillas son suaves aunque se puede freír todo el taco, llamándolo “Dorado”.​​ El taco tuvo sus orígenes en el período Pre-Hispánico, donde la tortilla se usaba a manera de utensilio.

El taco moderno se desarrolló en las zonas rurales de México donde las mujeres llevaban a sus esposos en el campo la comida envuelta en tortillas. Los tacos llegaron a la ciudad cuando puestos ambulantes comenzaron a vender comida para los migrantes del campo en el siglo XX. Esta afirmación corresponde particularmente a Ciudad de México, que ofrece tacos de cada región del país. Desde las clases altas hasta los más pobres, todos en la sociedad mexicana comen tacos, llamándolo “el platillo mexicano más democrático”.​

El relleno de los tacos varía incluso de vendedor a vendedor, pero los más famosos son de pastor y bistec; pero también hay rellenos más exóticos como ojos, lengua o sesos de res. Los vendedores de taco se distinguen de otros principalmente por tener en sus puestos una gran tabla de madera llamada tronco en la que la carne y otros rellenos se pican con cuchillo. Las guarniciones pueden variar pero entre las más populares están la cebolla picada, cilantro, salsas, cebollas asadas y rebanadas de limón.​

Ciertos tipos de taco sólo se encuentran disponibles en la mañana o en la noche, como por ejemplo los tacos de canasta o cabeza de res. Los tacos de canasta son los únicos tacos que no se preparan al momento: están hechos con tortilla y rellenos de papa, chorizo, frijoles y picadillo; después se ponen al vapor, se envuelven en papel para mantenerlos calientes y se transportan en canastas. La barbacoa es carne de cordero asada y es comúnmente encontrada en el centro del país donde se prefiere este tipo de carne. En el norte del país existe una versión modificada de la barbacoa: hecha con carne de res en lugar de cordero. La cabeza de res esta hecha de carne y otras partes del novillo, que se encuentra normalmente en Sonora, el Bajío y la Ciudad de México; quienes venden este tipo de tacos terminan su mercancía y cierran a mediodía.​

En las afueras de la Ciudad de México y otras ciudades como Puebla, los tacos no están disponibles hasta entrada la noche, particularmente los fines de semana, mientras otros puestos ponen en servicio distintas selecciones diferentes a lo que se encuentra en la noche. La carne se asa, fríe o pone al vapor. Uno de los tacos más populares en Ciudad de México son los tacos al pastor: Una adaptación de la carne asada del Medio Oriente, introducida por los migrantes libaneses. Sin embargo, la carne es de puerco en lugar de res y se sazona con chile suave, cebolla y piña.​

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Originalmente era una especialidad de Michoacán y Jalisco, pero ahora se pueden encontrar en varias partes del país. El taco asado más conocido es la carne asada, originaria de Sonora: La carne se hace sobre carbón, originalmente mezquite. Se sirven con cebollas asadas y tortillas de maíz y harina dependiendo de la región. Los tacos de pescado provienen de Baja California y la costa del Pacífico, ganando también popularidad en Estados Unidos.​

Los codzitos son pequeños tacos populares en la península de Yucatán, los cuales se aprietan con palillos y se fríen después de ser rellenados, normalmente de puerco.​ La flautas, también llamadas taquitos o tacos dorados son parecidas a los tacos en cuanto a relleno pero estas se enrollan y fríen. Se acompañan con crema, queso, salsa y vegetales como lechuga, cebolla y jitomate.​​

La guía de viajes Lonely Planet calificó a los tamales como una de las mejores comidas de la calle del mundo.​ Existen tamales dulces y salados, picantes y suaves. Entre los más populares se encuentran los rellenos de puerco o pollo con salsa o mole; también es conocido el tamal de rajas, que son tiras de chile poblano y queso. Es uno de los antojitos menos peligrosos para quien los prueba por primera vez ya que se cocinan y mantienen en un cubo de vapor mientras se venden.​ Las corundas son una variedad del tamal en Michoacán: tienen una forma triangular y se envuelven en hojas de caña de azúcar. Se pueden comer sin condimentos, con salsa o acompañamiento para un platillo principal.​ La versión chiapaneca del tamal tiene un sabor distinto, con ingredientes como ciruelas pasas, almendras y hierbas locales como el chipilín, envuelto en hojas de banano. Se venden en triciclos hecho especialmente para el oficio.​ Los puchepos son tamales hecho con maíz fresco, normalmente en Michoacán entre julio y agosto.​

Existen otros antojitos que también se hacen con tortillas. Las tostadas son tortillas endurecidas, ya sea por que fueron fritas o secadas, y se les añaden ingredientes como pollo deshebrado, puerco, carne, comida de mar, queso, crema, frijoles y/o salsa. Las quesadillas derivan su nombre de la palabra queso y son tortillas doblada a la mitad y rellenas de queso y ocasionalmente otros ingredientes como picadillo, champiñones, rajas de chile, etc. El tipo de queso varia dependiendo la región mientras que en otros lugares, no utilizan queso al menos que el cliente lo solicite. Los empalmes son tres tortillas de maíz con frijoles y carne o estofado; tradicionales de Nuevo León. Las sincronizadas son dos tortillas de harina o maíz con carne y queso que se tuestan de cada lado hasta que el queso de derrite.

Las tlayudas se trata de una especie de tortilla de un tamaño mucho más grande, de consistencia correosa, que al cocinarse adquiere una consistencia tostada. Se prepara con una base de asiento (el sobrante de la preparación del chicharrón, es decir manteca y restos del chicharrón), frijoles refritos, queso fresco, quesillo cheap waterproof cases, y repollo, los cuales se asan en carbón y se acompaña normalmente de una pieza de carne de la región (tasajo, cecina enchilada, chorizo, ubre, tripa), igualmente asada al carbón. Es uno de los antojitos más representativos del estado de Oaxaca.​​

Hay ciertos platillos de la calle que usan la misma masa de maíz utilizada para hacer tortillas pero con diferentes preparaciones. Las gorditas, se encuentran en casi todo el país, son tortitas gruesas de masa fritas o cocinadas en un comal, ambas con aceite. Después de cocinarse se parten y rellenan un varios ingredientes. En Coahuila existe una versión alterada de la gordita, hecha con harina de masa en lugar de maíz. Los bocoles son gorditas pequeñas y redondas, populares en Hidalgo, Tamaulipas, Veracruz y San Luis Potosí. Se rellenan con queso, picadillo, salsa, frijoles o huevos cocidos. Las empedradas, platillo de Tlaxcala, son piezas triangulares de masa de maíz azul mezclada con garbanzo y cocinada en el comal.

Las garnachas son tortillas gruesas parecidas a las gorditas, cortadas y rellenas de puerco deshebrado y cebolla. Sobre esta se la agrega salsa, queso, vinagre y salsa de chile. Las memelas o picadas son tortillas largar y gruesas hechas de maíz mezclado con puerco frito y salsa. Se cocinan en un comal y se aderezan con salsa de tomate y lechuga o col picada. Los tlacoyos son de los platillos más populares en la Ciudad de México; Son alargados y hechos con harina de maíz azul, rellena con una pasta de frijoles antes de ser cocinados en un comal.​ Los Sopes que también llamados pellizcadas o picadas es un platillo típico de México, el cual es una tortilla de maíz gruesa, por lo regular frita con manteca o aceite y se le pueden agregar diversos guisos, pero originalmente eran solo echos con frijoles, salsa, queso rayado, lechuga y crema. Este platillo es uno de los más consumidos en México además de ser muy popular en todos los pueblos y cada un tiene su forma de guisarlos por que se sirven con nopales, chicharrón, picadillo, tinga de pollo etc.

Las chalupas son pequeñas tortillas de maíz, bañadas en salsa, aderezadas con hebras de carne cocida de res, cebolla picada y fritas en abundante manteca; muy populares en Puebla de Zaragoza

Las Pelonas consisten en un pan blanco, redondo, que es frito en aceite o manteca de cerdo, y así caliente, rellenado con lechuga, aguacate, y carne de res deshebrada, populares en Puebla de Zaragoza

Los Pambazos consisten en un pan blanco, harinado, bañado en una salsa de chipotle, rellenos con la misma salsa que lleva además, carne molida de cerdo, adornados con aguacate, muy populares en Puebla de Zaragoza

Las Cemitas son muy populares en Puebla de Zaragoza, platillo callejero y de restaurante, consisten en un pan redondo, abombado, muy dorado y crujiente, adornado con semillas de ajonjolí, el cual es rellenado con quesillo, aguacate, cebolla, pápalo y se escogen los siguientes ingredientes a gusto del cliente: pata de cerdo en vinagre, milanesa de cerdo o res, pollo, carne deshebrada de pollo y algunos lugares ofrecen otros ingredientes como chiles rellenos, por ejemplo, aunque los puristas argumentan que la auténtica cemita es de pata de cerdo en vinagre.

Las chilapas son tortillas en forma parecida a un vaso, el cual se rellena de carne deshebrada, salsa, crema, aguacate, chile y cebolla y lechuga picada. Son una especialidad de Chilapa, Guerrero. A los huaraches, también de grandes proporciones y planos en cuanto a dimensión, se les agrega carne deshebrada o picada y ya sea frijoles, queso, crema y/o salsa. Los sopes también son planos aunque algo gruesos y pellizcados en las orillas, se les agrega frijoles, salsa, entre otros.​

El elote es el maíz fresco servido en mazorca o en granos. En mazorca se asa o se hierve y se cubre con mayonesa, chile en polvo, queso Cotija, jugo de limón, sal y salsa picante. Los granos cortados se sirven en pequeños vasos de unicel o plástico y se les llama esquites; tienen normalmente los mismo ingredientes que el maíz en mazorca y se comen con cuchara.​ Las frutas y verduras frescas también pueden ser considerados comida de la calle; los vasos de fruta son muy populares y varían según la temporada. Usualmente contiene una o más de las siguientes frutas: sandía, papaya, mango, naranja, jícama y pepino. Se cortan en tiras delgadas o cubos, estas se aderezan con sal, jugo de limón y chile en polvo.​ La jícama es un tubérculo y es común comerla cruda, puede ser en tiras o en trozos en una ensalada o en una copa de frutas. Una jicaleta es un pedazo grande de jícama clavada en un palo de madera para que parezca una gran paleta, se puede comer sin condimentos o se les puede agregar polvos dulces o salados, salsa picante, jugo de limón, etc.​

Los españoles y los franceses introdujeron una variedad de pan blanco que se ha adaptado a los antojitos. La torta consiste en un pan, normalmente telera, que se corta a la mitad para ser rellenado con frijoles refritos, queso, pollo, puerco, carnitas, huevo, aguacate, cebollas y jalapeños.​ En Puebla de Zaragoza se prepara una especia de torta llamada cemita por el pan con el que se hace. Los molotes son otro tipo de torta: pan con relleno y salsa que varía dependiendo de cada región; en Hidalgo, los molotes tiene forma de cilindro y se rellenan con pollo, carne o queso. En Oaxaca se rellenan con chorizo y papas mientras que en Tlaxcala tiene forma ovalada. Los pambazos son pequeñas tortas rellenas pero con la particularidad de que el relleno está cubierto en salsa (en el estado de Veracruz) o en ocasiones es el pan el que tiene la salsa cubriéndolo (en Ciudad de México).

En Yucatán, se les llama salbutes a las tortas pequeñas que se calientan en comales y están rellenas con jitomate, repollo, cebolla y carne. Otro derivado europeo es la empanada: masa de harina de maíz que encierra un relleno (ya sea queso, carne, elote, espinacas, entre otras) y se hornea o fríe. En Hidalgo se les llama “pastes” derivado de la palabra en inglés “pasty”.​

No toda la comida de la calle mexicana esta hecha a base de pan; sopas y caldos como el [menudo]], el pozole y la pancita también son populares, así como el caldo de pollo. Este último también puede tener arroz, chícharos, condimentos como el orégano, cebolla, sal, limón y chile.​

Además de la comida, hay varios tipos de bebidas populares en las calles, siendo las aguas frescas las clásicas. Dicha bebida se hace con fruta como sandía, mango, naranja, o limón, entre otros, junto con agua y azúcar. Algunas se hacen con arroz como el agua de horchata, coco, tamarindo y el agua de Jamaica, hecho a partir de la flor Hibiscos.​ En el sur del país, las bebidas de maíz fermentadas con populares y existen diferentes nombres y variedades. En Chiapas y ciertas regiones de la Península de Yucatán, se le conoce a esta bebida como pozol, donde se endulza con chocolate y se sirve frío stainless steel insulated water bottle.​

Estos antojitos tradicionales rara vez se hallan fuera de sus respectivas regiones de origen.

Marcel Poëte

Marcel César Poëte (10 October 1866 – 14 April 1950) was a French librarian, historian and urban planning theoretician. He was a co-founder of the School of Advanced Urban Studies, where he taught, and was highly influential in developing new theories of urban planning in Paris in the first half of the 20th century.

Marcel César Poëte was born in Rougemont, Doubs, on 10 October 1866. He studied at the École Nationale des Chartes (class of 1890) and then started work in the Bourges library. He moved to Paris where he worked in the Sainte-Geneviève Library. He then became curator of the municipal library of Besançon. In 1903 he was head of the Historical Library of the City of Paris (Bibliothèque historique de la ville de Paris). To make the library more accessible to the general public he arranged exhibitions and conferences, and lectured on the history of Paris.

In 1912 Louis Bonnier and Poëte made the first plan for expansion of Paris. In 1916 Poëte decided to convert the library into the Institute of History, Geography and Urban Economy of the city of Paris (Institut d’Histoire, de Geographie et d’Economie Urbaine de la Ville de Paris). With help from this Institute and the Seine department Poëte, Bonnier and Henri Sellier co-founded the School of Advanced Urban Studies (École des hautes études urbaines, EHEU). The EHEU was launched in 1918. Poëte and Bonnier launched the review La Vie Urbaine in 1919.

Poëte held the chair of the History Seminar at the École pratique des hautes études and was secretary of the Old Paris Committee. He became a member of the Musée social and joined its section on rural and urban hygiene. He was also involved in the Institute of Urbanism, the French Association of Town Planners (Société française des urbanistes), the Municipal Technicians and Hygienists Association (Association générale des hygiénistes et techniciens municipaux ) and the French Union of Local Authorities (Union des Villes et Communes de France). In 1937 Sellier and Poëte founded the Fédération Internationale de l’habitation et de l’urbanisme (International Federation of Housing and Urban Planning). Marcel Poëte died in Paris on 14 April 1950.

As a historian Poëte had little interest in the chronicles of the aristocracy, but wanted to study the growth and evolution of the city as a biologist would observe an organism growing. He prized the documents in the Historical Library as central to understanding the past of the city. He saw great value in photography, which began to be developed in the 1830s, as an objective record of the changing city. In the 1910s and 1920s Poëte developed a new discipline which he called science de la ville and Patrick Geddes called “civics.” Poëte’s writings about Paris and his courses at the EHEU reflect the profound influence of Henri Bergson. He adopted Bergson’s vitalism and his ideas of duration and “creative evolution” in architecture and city plans as opposed to mundane functionalism.

Poëte anticipated a new phase of industrial development in Paris water bottle with handle. He viewed a city as an living organism that constantly adapts itself to changes in the economic environment water bottle straw, while retaining relics of the past. He wanted to use the older structures as the basis for a city that was adapted to social needs and that could more easily adjust to industrialization. His writings are full of biological metaphors. He calls the city “a collective human being”, a “living organism”, with a “natural zoning” based on “the organic needs of a constantly evolving agglomeration.”

Perry Farrell

Perry Farrell (born Peretz Bernstein; March 29, 1959) is an American singer-songwriter and musician, best known as the frontman for the alternative rock band Jane’s Addiction. Farrell created the touring festival Lollapalooza as a farewell tour for Jane’s Addiction in 1991; it has since evolved into an annual destination festival. Farrell continues to produce Lollapalooza with partners William Morris Agency and C3. Farrell has also led the alternative rock groups Porno for Pyros and Satellite Party. He is the only person who has performed at all twelve Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festivals to date, having appeared under five different names (Perry Farrell, Jane’s Addiction, DJ Peretz, Satellite Party, and with Hybrid).

Born as Peretz Bernstein in Queens, New York City, New York, he spent his grade-school years in Woodmere, Long Island, and moved to Miami, Florida, with his Jewish family during his teens. His father was a jeweler and his mother was an artist who committed suicide when Farrell was three, an event later noted in the Jane’s Addiction songs “Then She Did” and “Twisted Tales.” According to a Howard Stern interview on June 3, 1997, Farrell believes aliens visit him and he accepts the knowledge and spirituality they bring.

His early musical influences included The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Sly & The Family Stone and James Brown. Soon after, he discovered David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed. Following graduation from high school, Farrell moved to California in the early 1980s to live as a surfer. There, he lived in his car and made money working construction and waiting tables. Farrell has been sighted at premier surfing destinations throughout the world, most notably Bali, in 2001.

He has a son, Yobel, with ex-girlfriend Christine Cagle. In 2002, Farrell married Etty Lau Farrell, a professional dancer and singer who has performed in all the Jane’s Addiction shows since the 1997 Relapse tour. The couple now have two sons together, Hezron Wolfgang and Izzadore Bravo.

He became the frontman for the Post-punk band Psi Com in Los Angeles, and traveled in a larger community of area musicians including the bands X, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fishbone, and The Minutemen. Psi Com broke up around 1985 and Farrell met Eric Avery through mutual friends. The two began jam sessions which would become the initial foundation for Jane’s Addiction. It was during this period that Bernstein chose the pseudonym Perry Farrell for himself as a play on the word “peripheral.”

Jane’s Addiction made its name in mid-1980s LA by building up a rabid fan base with legendary, high-energy shows in small LA rock clubs. Jane’s Addiction, prior to their first break-up, released three albums Jane’s Addiction, Nothing’s Shocking and Ritual de lo Habitual. A B-sides album from the Ritual sessions, titled Live and Rare was released in Japan. Late in 1991, Jane’s Addiction broke up due to internal tensions over differing ideologies mostly centering on drug use, notably Farrell’s severe addiction to heroin. Around this time, as mentioned in the SPIN Magazine (1991 Vol. 7 Num. 3) article about their “Ritual” tour, a rumor got around that Farrell had contracted HIV. Apparently for amusement, Farrell would tease audiences with “news” of his supposed health and would neither confirm nor deny its truth. In 1993 Farrell and his ex-girlfriend Casey Niccoli released a film called Gift that featured Jane’s Addiction. Gift was released by Warner Brothers. In 1997, Jane’s Addiction reformed for a brief reunion tour with Flea replacing Avery on bass. The “Relapse Tour” was supported with the release of Kettle Whistle, a rarities album featuring four new songs.[citation needed]

Farrell has sometimes been credited with changing the fortunes of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Following the festival’s disastrous first year in 1999, the event was not held in 2000. In 2001, a decision was made to organize the festival again, but just a few months before the festival was set to occur, there was still no headlining group. Farrell, who was friends with the festival’s organizers, decided to reunite Jane’s Addiction for the 2001 event, which helped draw large crowds and allowed the festival to yield a profit (which was not the case in 1999). This began a Coachella tradition of reuniting at least one major artist each year. Farrell is the only performer that has played every Coachella.[citation needed]

Farrell again toured with Jane’s Addiction in 2001 and 2003. In 2003, Jane’s Addiction released an album Strays. It quickly became one of their best selling records and was certified gold in the USA and silver in UK. They toured extensively in North America and Europe, brought back Lollapalooza for the first time since 1997, as well as performing at the Big Day Out festivals in Australia and New Zealand. Internal struggles saw the band split up again in early 2004. A “Best Of” release following the breakup of this incarnation of the band was released in 2006, titled Up from the Catacombs.

The four original members of Jane’s Addiction played their first show together in 17 years at the first United States edition of the NME Awards on April 23, 2008 and played two small shows in Los Angeles during Winter 2008. The band is the first American band to receive the “God Like Genius” Award. The reunited Jane’s Addiction re-debuted at SXSW in 2009 and kicked off a summer tour with Nine Inch Nails. Eric Avery again left the band in late 2009, leaving Farrell, Navarro and Perkins as the remaining members of Jane’s Addiction. The band with Dave Sitek on bass released The Great Escape Artist in 2011 and have continued to tour.

Following the break-up of Jane’s Addiction, Farrell formed Porno for Pyros with former bandmate Stephen Perkins as well as newcomers Peter DiStefano on guitar and Martyn LeNoble on bass. Together they released two albums, Porno for Pyros and Good God’s Urge.

Kicking off his solo career, Farrell released rev in 1999, a compilation featuring songs from his previous two bands as well as two new solo songs. In 2001, he released his debut solo album, Song Yet to Be Sung, whose lyrics are inspired by Kabballah.

Farrell has released a number of solo tracks online, all of them recorded with the involvement of wife Etty Lau. Their song “Go All the Way (Into the Twilight)” appeared on the Twilight film soundtrack.

Farrell formed a new band/theatrical entity entitled The Satellite Party. Satellite Party is a concept album and is the story of a fictional band of musicians called The Solutionists who are trying to change the world. Farrell conceived the project with his wife Etty Lau Farrell. Etty sings and plays her part on the record as well as the live stage shows. Satellite Party made its debut in Los Angeles at The Key Club on July 18, 2005, followed by a performance at Lollapalooza 2005, held in Grant Park in downtown Chicago on July 24, 2005.

Their debut album, Ultra Payloaded, was released on May 29, 2007, on Columbia Records, with contributions from artists such as John Frusciante and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, electronic dance producers Hybrid, former Red Hot Chili Peppers/Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons, Joy Division/New Order bassist Peter Hook, and Fergie of The Black Eyed Peas.

Satellite Party performed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 27, 2007. On June 8 they performed at the Download Festival at Donington, UK. On June 29 they performed alongside Pearl Jam, Kings of Leon and Queens of the Stone Age at Rock Werchter, Belgium. They performed at Buzz Beach Ball 3 in Kansas City, Missouri (a concert sponsored by KRBZ), and EndFest 16 in Seattle jerseys to buy, Washington.

In 1991, prior to Jane’s Addiction dissolving, Farrell, Ted Gardener, and Marc Geiger created the Lollapalooza festival as a farewell tour for Jane’s Addiction. From its inception through 1997, and its revival in 2003, the festival toured North America. In 2004, the festival organizers decided to expand the dates to two days per city, but poor ticket sales forced the tour to be canceled. In 2005, Farrell and the William Morris Agency partnered up with Austin, Texas-based company Capital Sports Entertainment (now C3 Presents) and retooled it as a weekend destination festival in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois.

In 2005, music producer Tor Hyams approached Farrell with the idea of creating a kids’ stage with family-friendly fare at Lollapalooza. Kidzapalooza came to be that year, produced by Hyams and continues to this day with guests like Slash, Patti Smith and LeAnn Rimes appearing in the lineup of artists.

In 2006, Farrell performed at Purimpalooza, which celebrates the Jewish holiday of Purim. It was a concert for all ages and presented different Jewish musical groups. It took place in Ruby Skye in San Francisco, and featured bands including Moshav, Chutzpah, and Matisyahu.

In December 2001, Farrell flew into politically-troubled Sudan with other members of Christian Solidarity International to negotiate the release of Sudanese slaves. Jane’s Addiction donated their earnings from one concert for the redemption of over 2,300 people. Once the redemption agreement was signed, Farrell started up freedom parties at various redemption sites. “He began dancing and singing,” said an associate; “I wasn’t sure what would happen, but then everyone joined in. Everyone was dancing. Even the Arab retrievers joined in. It was Christians, Muslims, and Jews all dancing together. Arabs, Africans, Americans, and Europeans – all.”[citation needed]. Farrell is Jewish by descent.

He joined forces with Tom Morello and his Axis of Justice tour to raise money for the homeless in Los Angeles and together they both physically removed debris in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to assist local musicians. They also fund-raised for “Road Recovery” a New York non-profit organization which helps young people battling with addiction and other adversities.

Farrell is an environmentalist. He met with British Prime Minister Tony Blair at 10 Downing Street on January 31, 2007, to discuss global warming. He presented Blair with a CD of the Satellite Party track “Woman in the Window”.

Farrell plans to become a digital-only artist for his next release. He worked with Global Cool in 2007 to help promote green living.

Farrell has worked to bring music festivals to Israel, including Lollapalooza, and Jane’s Addiction itself has performed in Israel. However, the Lollapalooza event fell through, with the organizers citing financial concerns and lack of talent willing to perform in Israel meet tenderizer. Farrell starred and sang at a “Stand with Israel” party held at 7 World Trade Center, just outside Ground Zero in New York City.

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Palmer House (Dayton, Oregon)

The Palmer House (also Joel Palmer House and Krake Residence) is the historic residence of Oregon pioneer Joel Palmer (1810–81), who co-founded Dayton, Oregon, United States.

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Shortly after arriving in the Oregon Country in 1845, Palmer filed a donation land claim for himself in the Corvallis area, and one for his brother-in-law in the Dayton area. Palmer returned to Indiana for his family and came to Oregon again in 1847, to find that his land claim had been jumped. His brother-in-law decided not to return to Oregon, so Palmer settled that claim instead, located about six miles (10 km) south of Dayton.

Palmer was called away around December 15 white bracelets, 1847, to be Commissary General of the Military Forces of Oregon Territory to handle the Cayuse War at the Whitman Mission, and afterward left for the California Gold Rush. During his absence, his daughter Sarah married Andrew Smith and settled on Smith’s land claim at the mouth of the Yam Hill River [sic].

When Palmer returned in February 1850, he purchased part of Smith’s land and merged it with his brother-in-law’s, Palmer’s son’s and daughter-in-law’s to form a 465-acre (188 ha) tract which he platted to be Dayton.

The first building and Palmer’s home was a hotel in the center of the newly-platted area. He kept it for a few years, but then built Palmer House near the town’s outskirts in 1852 or 1857. The house has survived several floods and at least one major fire.

The house is located near the mouth of the Yamhill River at the Willamette River, and near Palmer Creek (previously known as Smith Creek) Print Sexy Dresses, which was of early interest for powering machinery. Palmer operated a sawmill, a hotel and several other enterprises.

Since 1996, the house has functioned as an upscale restaurant featuring creative local cuisine.

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Der Challenger ATP de Iquique 2009 war ein Tennisturnier, das vom 19. bis 25. Januar 2009 in Iquique, Chile stattfand. Es war Teil der ATP Challenger Tour 2009 und wurde im Freien auf Sand ausgetragen.

Das Teilnehmerfeld der Einzelkonkurrenz bestand aus 32 Spielern, jenes der Doppelkonkurrenz aus 16 Paaren.

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Suecia, una nación de emigración tras la Primera Guerra Mundial, se convirtió gradualmente en una nación de inmigración a partir de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Casi el 12 % de su población nació en el exterior y casi una quinta parte son o bien inmigrantes o hijos de estos. Los mayores grupos de inmigrantes provienen de Finlandia, la antigua Yugoslavia, Irán, Noruega, Dinamarca, Chile y Polonia.

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Las intervenciones soviéticas para aplastar la Revolución húngara de 1956 y la Primavera de Praga resultaron en la aparición de los primeros refugiados políticos. Desertores estadounidenses de la guerra de Vietnam encontraron refugio entre los suecos, así como quienes en materia de política internacional tomaron una clara postura en oposición al imperialismo, ya fuera de los Estados Unidos o de la Unión Soviética bpa free plastic water bottles. Después del golpe de Estado del 11 de septiembre de 1973 en Chile y de otras dictaduras militares sudamericanas, los refugiados políticos provenientes de esos países encabezaron las estadísticas de la inmigración en Suecia, cuya procedencia variaba desde Irak e Irán hasta Palestina. De entre los refugiados que huyeron a Suecia durante la guerra civil en la antigua Yugoslavia Waterproof Phone Bag, 135 000 permanecían aún allí en 2001.

Actualmente la población de Suecia supera los 9 millones de habitantes, cifra excedida oficialmente (según la Statistiska centralbyrån SCB) el 31 de marzo de 2006.

Ana Lucia Cortez

Ana Lucia Cortez is a fictional character on the ABC television series Lost, played by Michelle Rodriguez. Ana Lucia made her first appearance as a guest star in the first season finale, and became part of the main cast for season two. After Oceanic Flight 815 splits in mid-air, the tail section and fuselage crash on opposite sides of a mysterious island. Ana Lucia becomes the leader of the tail section. Flashbacks in her two centric episodes, “Collision” and “Two for the Road”, show her life as a police officer before the crash.

Rodriguez provoked controversy after being stopped by the police for driving under the influence a few weeks before her character was killed, leading to speculation that this was the reason for her death. The producers of Lost stated that Rodriguez was only interested in appearing for one season, so Ana Lucia’s death was written in from the beginning. She is shot and killed by Michael Dawson.

Prior to the crash Ana Lucia Cortez is an officer in the Los Angeles Police Department who becomes pregnant, but loses the baby after being shot by a suspect at a burglary scene. She spends several months in physical and psychological therapy, and when the suspect is arrested, she refuses to identify him. After his release, she kills him outside a bar. Ana Lucia decides to leave the force and eventually finds work as an airport security guard. She meets Christian Shephard (John Terry) at the airport bar, who asks her to accompany him to Sydney as a bodyguard, however in Sydney the two part ways. Ana Lucia buys a ticket on Oceanic Flight 815 to return to Los Angeles. In a brief flashback in the first season finale, she flirts with Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) at a bar at the airport, unaware he is Christian’s son. The pair arrange to continue their conversation during the flight. During the flight the plane splits in half manual meat tenderizer machine, with the two parts crashing on different sides of an island; Ana Lucia is one of the tail section survivors.

The story of how the tail section survivors cope during their first forty-eight days on the Island is shown in “The Other 48 Days”. After landing in the ocean, Ana Lucia does her best to help everyone in need. That night, some of the survivors are kidnapped by the Others, the mysterious inhabitants of the Island, then a few nights later, nine more are taken. During the second raid, Ana Lucia kills one of the Others and finds a list on him, which has descriptions of the victims. Suspecting fellow survivor Nathan (Josh Randall) as a traitor, she moves everyone inland, digs a pit and throws him in it until he confesses. That night, Goodwin (Brett Cullen) tricks Nathan and kills him. The small group heads further inland, discovering a bunker known as the Arrow. Ana Lucia and Goodwin trek atop a hill, where she tells Goodwin she has worked out he is the real traitor. After a struggle, she impales him on a broken stick, then returns to the group and tells them they are safe. Fellow tail section survivors Libby (Cynthia Watros) and Cindy (Kimberley Joseph) bring Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) to her after discovering him washed up on shore. He breaks free, so Ana Lucia follows and finds Michael (Harold Perrineau) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway). Jin, Michael and Sawyer are thrown into the pit, and Ana Lucia follows, pretending to have also been captured. Once she believes they are fellow 815 survivors she releases them, and they travel to the camp of the other survivors. When they near the camp, Ana Lucia mistakes Shannon (Maggie Grace) for an Other and shoots her fatally. The on-island events of “Collision” show her guilt after Shannon’s death. She has Shannon’s lover Sayid (Naveen Andrews) tied up and refuses to let the group move on. After some reasoning from Libby, she reluctantly lets them go. She is invited into a bunker the fuselage survivors found to interrogate a man claiming to be Henry Gale (Michael Emerson), and manages to receive a map to his crashed balloon. She takes Sayid and Charlie (Dominic Monaghan) with her, and eventually discovers the crash site, and the body of the real Henry Gale. In her second centric episode, “Two for the Road”, Ana Lucia attempts to speak to Henry again, but she is assaulted by him and nearly killed. Seeking revenge, she seduces Sawyer and steals his gun. She returns to the hatch and attempts to kill Henry, but is unable to bring herself to do it. She confides in Michael, who offers to kill him on her behalf.

But when she hands him the gun, he shoots her in the heart, killing her. She is buried next to Libby lint shaver canada, who was also killed by Michael. After her death she makes three further appearances: in a dream to Mr. Eko (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) in “?”, as a vision that Hurley (Jorge Garcia) has in “The Lie”, and in a flash sideways in “What They Died For”.

Ana Lucia was described by Melanie McFarland of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer as “demanding”, “hostile” and a “bully”. She called Ana Lucia a “brooding, broken ex-cop” with a “perpetual scowl”. McFarland described the character as someone with a “take-charge nature”, and an “inability to be reasoned away from her dictatorial decisions”. Anna Johns from AOL’s TV Squad felt Ana Lucia is “abrasive and lacking common sense or civility”. C. K. Sample, also from TV Squad, thought Ana Lucia was “angry”, “power mad” and a “total nut job”. According to supervising producer Leonard Dick, “Ana Lucia is somebody who does not want to be a victim. She was a victim once and she swore to herself she would never be a victim again”. Rodriguez described the character as “very intuitive”, adding “I like that the character is pretty much always aware and suspicious”. She is “street smart” and has a “speak-her-mind quality”.

In February 2005, Lost producers began looking for a Latina woman in her mid-thirties who would be the leader of the tail section, and a romantic interest for Jack. The agent of Michelle Rodriguez (who was 26 at the time) called the producers, informing them Rodriguez was interested in the role, but only for a year. Rodriguez, producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and Lost creator J. J. Abrams met, and Rodriguez explained she would only be interested in one season because she was a “nomadic spirit”, but would like to do one “kickass arc” as she called it. The producers liked her energy, so agreed, with the plan to kill Ana Lucia at the end of the season. Rodriguez felt she had been typecast in tough female roles, so wanted this role to be different. Ana Lucia was planned to start as a tough character, because that is what the audience would expect, then the layers of the character would be gradually peeled back. Rodriguez described Ana Lucia as an “animalistic type creature… tamed by the Island.” They reconstructed the character slightly to fit what they liked about Rodriguez, such as making her more “street smart” with a “speak-her-mind quality.” Ana Lucia made her first appearance in the penultimate episode of season one, in order to set up her character becoming part of the cast in the next season. All Rodriguez was told about her character was both she and her mother were in the police force. Ana Lucia’s style of leadership deliberately contrasts Jack’s; Jack is a reluctant leader, whereas Ana Lucia quickly takes charge on her own. In her early appearances, Ana Lucia is shown to be very tough, so the flashbacks in “Collision”, where it is revealed she lost her baby, were used to show a softer side to her.

When it came time to kill off Ana Lucia, the character of Libby was killed at the same time to create an emotional impact. This happened amidst rumours that the characters were killed off because both actresses in question had been arrested for DUI while filming on location in Oahu. The producers denied that Ana Lucia was killed off because of Rodriguez’s behaviour on set, saying although they had no interaction with her, they had been told she had been professional. Rodriguez felt comfortable on the series, but was happy to leave as she felt this would help her grow personally, and become a woman. She had mixed feelings about leaving Hawaii, where Lost is filmed; her allergies were hard to deal with, but she loved the scenery.

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Melanie McFarland from Seattle Post-Intelligencer described Ana Lucia as “one of the most intensely hated characters on television [in the] fall [of 2005]”, due to her being “hostile” and a “bully”. She added Ana Lucia murdering Shannon, “the least deserving of sympathy of all the previously known survivors”, made fans hate Ana Lucia even more. McFarland found this makes “the creation of her character, and Rodriguez’s hire stainless lemon squeezer, strokes of brilliant writing and casting on the part of Lost producers J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof”, and described her as a “hero stewed in pathos”. Anna Johns from TV Squad was unhappy at the prospect of Ana Lucia’s death, feeling Ana Lucia was important because she was a “love to hate” character, she disrupted the Jack-Kate-Sawyer love triangle, and created conflicts, which make the show interesting. Amy Amatangelo from Zap2it admitted she “enjoyed kind of loathing Ana Lucia”. In a later article, she described Ana Lucia’s death as “a brilliant move”, because “one of their own become one of them“. She added “nobody liked the Ana Lucia character anyway”, but that did not stop it being “one of [the second] season’s most jaw-dropping moments”. Alan Stanley Blair from SyFy Portal “cheered when she was shot”. Ana Lucia’s death was second in IGN’s list of the top ten Lost deaths, as she made an “immediate impact on the series” with an “unexpected end”. On the second season DVD, supervising producer Leonard Dick says “Michelle brought real strength, a dynamic element, to the role”. In 2006, Michelle Rodriguez co-won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series with the cast of Lost. She also won an ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Television Series.

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Lors de la Grande Terreur, il dirige la Troïka du NKVD de Biélorussie, avec le procureur Deniskevitch et le premier secrétaire du Parti de Biélorussie, Chiirein. Comme tous les membres des troïki, il est le destinataire du Protocole n° 51 du Politburo ( 10 juillet 1937 ), qui lui donne l’ordre de « fusiller 3000 et déporter 9000 [individus] ».

Il est décoré de l’Ordre de Lénine le 19 décembre 1937.

Mais il est victime des Grandes Purges de 1938 : arrêté le 24 septembre, il est interrogé plusieurs mois best underwater phone case. On dispose du compte-rendu de son interrogatoire du 21 octobre 1938, annoté par Staline en personne.

Exécuté le 22 février 1939, quelques semaines avant son frère, il ne fut jamais réhabilité.

Dour Festival

Das Dour Festival ist ein seit 1989 jährlich stattfindendes Musikfestival für Alternative Musik in Dour, Belgien. Die von Mittwoch bis Sonntag über fünf Tage sich erstreckende Veranstaltung hatte im Jahr 2016 an die 235.000 Besucher. Das Festival bietet ein weites Spektrum an Musik-Genres, unter anderem Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Downtempo, Indie-Rock, Metal, Hip-Hop,Techno, Dub und Reggae.

Erstmals fand das Dour Festival am 16. September 1989 statt. Zur ersten Auflage reisten ca. 2000 Besucher an, dem Festival stand lediglich eine Bühne zur Verfügung und dauerte einen Tag. Zudem traten nur französischsprachige Bands auf. 1990 blieb man dem Format treu, bis man 1991 das Festival auf zwei Tage verlängerte und mit 15 Bands einen neuen Rekord aufstellte. 1992 kehrte man allerdings wieder zum alten Format, eine Bühne und ein Tag, zurück, erreichte aber einen neuen Besucherrekord von 4000. 1993 verlängerte man das Festival ein zweites Mal auf zwei Tage, expandierte auf insgesamt drei Bühnen und buchte 32 Bands. Damit wurde ein Rekord von 9000 Besuchern erreicht. 1994 schaffte das Festival es mit den Bands Pulp und Blur, seine bisher prominentesten Bands zu buchen und 15.000 Besucher zu erreichen. Der Erfolg wurde 1995 weitergeführt, als die Festivaldauer auf drei Tage gehoben wurde und neben 78 Künstlern The Ramones und Public Enemy auftraten. Die Besucherzahl des Vorjahres verdreifachte sich fast auf 43000 Besucher glass water bottles.

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Clodoaldo Tavares de Santana eller bare Clodoaldo (født 26. september 1949 i Aracaju, Brasilien) er en tidligere brasiliansk fodboldspiller (midtbane), der med Brasiliens landshold vandt guld ved VM i 1970 i Mexico. Han spillede samtlige brasilianernes seks kampe under turneringen fabric razor, hvor han blandt andet scorede det ene mål i semifinalesejren over naboerne fra Uruguay. I alt nåede han at spille 38 landskampe.

Clodoaldo spillede på klubplan primært for Santos FC i hjemlandet, hvor han var tilknyttet i 13 sæsoner. Her var han med til at vinde fem statsmesterskaber i São Paulo-staten.

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