22nd August 2011Quote: “Then the alcoholic fog sort of cleared and I went, ‘What are you doing?’ Iggy Pop was sitting there going, ‘Yeah, that’s cool, man’. I didn’t know what to do. It was so embarrassing.” Ewan McGregor once did a drunken dance for rocker Iggy Pop, and immediately regretted it..
Was at such a different place in my career, which is to say at the beginning, Hunter recalled. “I wasn’t worried about offending Susan or not bringing Susan to life. I was just worried about myself. Ten years ago today (27OCT16) Amy Winehouse released her second album Back to Black, which was to become her final record following her untimely death in 2011. Lead single Rehab became her only top 10 hit in America. The hugely personal album, produced by Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, also spawned tracks You Know I’m No Good, Back to Black, Tears Dry on Their Own and Love Is a Losing Game. In 2008 it won Best Pop Vocal Album at the and Rehab was named Record of the Year and Song of the Year. She won five of her six nominations but was unable to attend and perform at the ceremony as her visa was denied while she was seeking treatment for drug addiction. Sales of Back to Black surged after her death, aged 27, with the album even returning to the number one in some European countries.
Still, Madison Water Utility will move from semi annual testing at Well 15 to monthly testing during the first part of 2019. So far, test results have not shown increasing PFAS levels at the well. Public Health Madison Dane County has put together a fact sheet on PFAS PDF , including a look at potential health impacts of the compounds.
The fact is that Auch’s characterization of Appalachia Ohio as a sacrifice zone exploited not only by Utica shale operators, but urban centers such as Cleveland, couldn’t be further from the truth. The state’s shale country actually encourages Cleveland and other Ohio metropolitan areas to continue enjoying the energy it produces. After all, it’s not only literally fueling the Buckeye State economy, but Appalachian Ohio as well..
There is limited information about spatial variation of equestrian arena surfaces despite unequivocal evidence to suggest that lack of uniformity increases risk of injury. Spatial differences in the functional properties of an arena are likely to be due to a number of intrinsic and extrinsic characteristics including variation in the physical properties of the surface. The aim of this work was to examine spatial variation of peak load (cushioning) across an arena surface and investigate the influence that physical properties had on these variations using Principal Component Analysis.