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  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
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  • Jesse (1951–), US politician; born James George Janos. A former professional wrestler 1975–86, who was called “The Body,” he was governor of Minnesota 1999-2002
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Ventura
Ventura
In an age of great battles valiant leaders and unscrupulous mercenary armies fortune lies within your grasp. Ventura is a board game of nobility and conquest for 2-4 players. Set in 14th century Italy Ventura puts players in control of warring noble houses each vying for control of the countries growing wealth. Balance your house?s earnings and maintain your hired soldiers to keep your family?s noble standing. Remember the best armies are also the ones that cost the most! With more than 120 plastic pieces 40 Territory tiles 4 Family Boards a scoring board and over 100 cards Ventura will whisk players into a world of warring mercenaries and noble families all seeking control of Italy?s burgeoning wealth. How will you spend your fortune?

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8766 -1 MADRID NOCHE EN BLANCO
El Palacio Real de Madrid (tambien conocido como el Palacio de Oriente) es la residencia oficial de Juan Carlos I, rey de Espana. Esta considerado el mayor palacio real de Europa Occidental en cuanto a extension, con 135.000 m? y mas de 3.418 habitaciones. Alberga un valioso patrimonio historico-artistico, entre el que se encuentra el quinteto de los Stradivarius Palatinos, la coleccion mas importante del mundo de estos instrumentos, asi como colecciones muy relevantes de otras disciplinas artisticas. Su construccion comenzo en 1738, segun planos del arquitecto Filippo Juvara, modificados de manera notable por su discipulo Juan Bautista Sachetti. Francesco Sabatini se encargo de la conclusion del edificio, asi como de obras secundarias de reforma, ampliacion y decoracion. Carlos III fue el primer monarca que habito de forma continua el palacio. Fue la morada habitual de los reyes de Espana hasta 1931. En el continuan celebrandose las principales recepciones, actos oficiales y ceremonias de Estado, si bien la residencia privada de la Familia Real es el palacio de la Zarzuela, donde los actuales monarcas se instalaron tras su matrimonio en 1962 al renunciar el rey Juan Carlos I a vivir en el Palacio Real. El ultimo monarca que vivio en palacio de manera continua fue Alfonso XIII, aunque Manuel Azana, presidente de la Segunda Republica, tambien habito en el mismo, siendo por tanto el ultimo Jefe de Estado que lo hizo. Durante ese periodo fue conocido como Palacio Nacional. Todavia hay una sala, al lado de la Real Capilla, que se conoce por el nombre de "Despacho de Azana". Otra de las denominaciones empleadas para referirse al edificio es la de Palacio de Oriente; este nombre viene dado por la plaza a la que recae una de las balconadas del palacio, la plaza de Oriente, en la que tambien se encuentra el Teatro Real. El interior del palacio destaca por su riqueza artistica, tanto en lo que se refiere al uso de toda clase de materiales nobles en su construccion como a la decoracion de sus salones con obras de arte de todo tipo, como las pinturas de artistas de la talla de Caravaggio, Velazquez, Goya y frescos de Corrado Giaquinto, Tiepolo o Mengs. Otras colecciones de gran importancia historica y artistica que se conservan en el edificio son las de la Armeria Real, tapices, porcelanas, relojes, mobiliario y plateria. Actualmente Patrimonio Nacional, organismo autonomo dependiente del Ministerio de la Presidencia, gestiona los bienes de titularidad publica puestos al servicio de la Corona, entre ellos el Palacio Real. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- The Royal Palace of Madrid, also known as the Palacio de Oriente (English: The Orient Palace, or Far East Palace), is the official residence of the King of Spain in the city of Madrid, and it is only used for State Ceremonies. However, King Juan Carlos and the Royal Family do not reside in it, choosing instead the more modest Palacio de la Zarzuela on the outskirts of Madrid. The palace is owned by the Spanish State and administered by the Patrimonio Nacional, a public agency of the Ministry of the Presidency. The palace is located on Bailen Street, in the Western part of downtown Madrid, East of the Manzanares River, and is accessible from the Opera metro station. The palace is partially open to public, except when it is being used for official business. History The site of the palace dates from a 10th-century fortress, called mayrit, constructed as an outpost by Mohammed I, Emir of Cordoba and inherited after 1036 by the independent Moorish Taifa of Toledo. After Madrid fell to Alfonso VI of Castile in 1085, the edifice was only rarely used by the kings of Castile. In 1329, King Alfonso XI of Castile convoked the cortes of Madrid for the first time. Philip II moved his court to Madrid in 1561. The Antiguo Alcazar ("Old Castle") was built on the location in the 16th century. It burned on December 24, 1734; King Philip V ordered a new palace built on the same location. Construction spanned the years 1738 to 1755[1] and followed a Berniniesque design by Filippo Juvarra and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo in cooperation with Ventura Rodriguez, Francesco Sabatini, and Martin Sarmiento. The new palace, directly facing the cathedral across the Plaza de Armas, was occupied by Charles III in 1764. The vast palace is richly decorated by artists such as Velazquez, Tiepolo, Mengs, Gasparini, Juan de Flandes, Caravaggio, and Goya. Several royal collections of great historical importance are kept at the palace, including the Royal Armoury and weapons dating back to the 13th century, and the world's only complete Stradivarius string quintet, as well as collections of tapestry, porcelain, furniture, and other objects of great historical importance. Below the palace, to the west, are the gardens of the Campo del Moro that were given this name due to the fact that here in the year 1109, Muslim leader Ali ibn Yusuf, enca
Ventura ArtWalk 2010
Ventura ArtWalk 2010
Seana-Marie Weaver, owner of The Wine Rack and featured artist Jeffrey Blake Palmer in downtown Ventura at the 2010 ArtWalk

artistica furniture ventura
artistica furniture ventura
American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us
Seven weeks on the New York Times bestseller list: Jesse Ventura tells it like it is, and this time he tackles our government’s biggest secrets.
In this explosive account of wrongful acts and ensuing cover-ups, Jesse Ventura takes a systematic look at the wide gap between what the government knows and when the government knows it, and what is revealed to the American people and when it is revealed. The media is complicit in these acts of deception, often refusing to consider alternate possibilities and dismissing voices that diverge from public opinion. In American Conspiracies, Ventura looks closely at the theories that have been presented over the years and examines the truth, as well as the lies.

The assassinations of Abraham Lincoln, the Kennedys, and Martin Luther King Jr.—these cases and more need to be re-examined in Ventura’s eyes. Was Watergate presented honestly, or was the CIA involved? Did the Republican Party set out to purposefully steal two elections? Has all of the evidence on 9/11 been presented, or is there another angle that the media is afraid to explore? And finally, is the collapse of today’s financial order and the bailout plan by the Federal Reserve the widest-reaching conspiracy ever perpetrated? Nothing gets by Jesse Ventura in American Conspiracies.

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