Salsa music interpretation by Irene Miguel that will help you to dance better Distributed by Tubemogul.
Lady styling of the arms and hands.
Irene Miquel calls them the Melissa Rosado arms because she taught them to her.
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Looking for a retreat in London? Irene Myrtle Forrester recomended the Hospital Club on a recent show. This is the clip of her explaining why she likes it and what she admires about it too.
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Sesión de fotos con la modelo «Irene Zoroa» para Revista Edén.
Revista Nº15 - Enero 2010
Modelo: Irene Zoroa
Fotógrafo: Sergi F. Pratdesaba
Cámara: Isaac Gómez
Make up: Rafa Jiménez
Localización: Gelaaati Di Marco - C/Llibreteria 7, Barcelona
Sesión de fotos con la modelo «Irene Irurzun» para Revista Edén.
Modelo: Irene Irurzun
Fotógrafo: Sergi F. Pratdesaba
Cámara: Isaac Gómez
Make up: Raquel Rodríguez
SoulSummer**** presents This Day in Soul: Irene Cara - Newfound Fame. To read the story and more
Watch Irene fall head over heels, literally!
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The Tour For A.R.M.S. USA, 1983.
Live at Madison Square Garden, New York (the Ronnie Lane encore/celebration is from Dec. 9, 1983).
Ronnie Lane & All Members - Good Night Irene and Bill Graham Closing Speech.
Joe Cocker - vocal
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocal
Jimmy Page - guitar
Jeff Beck - guitar
Ron Wood - guitar
Andy Fairweather Low - guitar, vocal
Ray Cooper - percussion
Charlie Watts - drums
Kenny Jones - drums
Bill Wyman - bass
Chris Stainton - keyboards, vocal
James Hooker - keyboards
Ian Stewart - keyboards
Simon Phillips - drums
Fernando Saunders - bass
Jan Hammer - keyboards
Paul Rogers - vocal, guitar
Irene Junquera(Punto Pelota) marcando tipazo con un Mini-Vestido de Cuero negro, se nos encuera hasta en verano y con estos calores.¡¡Jamona,Que buena estás, jodía!!!
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BY WEI GAO
Hurricane Irene could make the shortest FedEx playoff on record. The PGA Tour announced The Barclays -- the first of four tournaments in the FedExCup Playoff -- will be shortened from a 72-hole event to 54 holes due to the impending threat of hurricane Irene.
For the record, Harrison Frazar is leading the Barclays -- but the only name anyone was saying was Irene
PGA Tour tournament director Slugger White tells USA Today...
"Sunday obviously is not going to be here. We are looking upwards to maybe 10 to 12 inches of rain between Saturday night and Sunday evening, and that puts Monday out and Tuesday out, as well," "If we don't get 18 in (Saturday), we will resort back to 36 holes, and the FedEx points would go to that. They would be spread there and sent to Boston.”
Golf events are notoriously subject to whimsical weather. Ferocious weather has been causing big damage in the PGA Tour during last decade.
PGATOUR:"Mother nature...ouch...that was just behind our screen."
Eugene Oregon’s Register Guard reports...Hurricane Irene talk has dampened the Barclays’ start before the event- or the hurricane- even got started...
“Whatever enthusiasm there was for start of the FedEx Cup playoffs was dampened Thursday — first by rain that halted the first round for nearly three hours, then from the gloomy forecast of Hurricane Irene. That left players and officials wonder when, how or even if they can finish the opening playoff event.”
With the decision to shorten the event, some- like Golf Week, say the hurricane has already done its damage. Check out their headline.....
“PGA Tour officials have thrown in the towel. Hurricane Irene wins.”
Others say -- predicting the Barclay’s is like predicting Irene’s path. It’s hard to say. The New York Daily News quotes the man atop the leader board.
"We haven't been told of any plans,There (are) right now nothing but rumors. But I think the last thing that we want is to have a cancellation of the tournament."
Especially if you’re in Frazar’s position.
PGA officials will wait into the weekend -- before making a final decision.
BY ERICA COGHILL
Irene versus the Big Apple…
The city’s preparing for the showdown… but just how much of a fight is Irene really going to put up when she hits NYC on Sunday?
The first hurricane to hit the East Coast in 7 years,
“Based on the latest forecast, it will be a category 1 storm, let me remind you that this kind of forecast is very imprecise and we are talking about something that is a long time away in meteorological terms.”
But, a meteorologist tells NBCNewYork that Irene could actually be more like an upper category 1 or even category 2…and he doesn’t expect her to weaken.
“One of the things I looked at was the sea surface temperatures that were 3 to 6 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, normally the hurricanes, as they come through, they weaken a bit, this is not going to weaken because the sea surface temperatures are warmer and that’s exactly what fuels the hurricanes, is warm ocean temperatures, and also, we have a lot of fast movement of the storm so it’s not going to have a lot of time to weaken before it gets here.”
But Bloomberg reported a different prediction…
“It will weaken as it moves closer to New York City.”
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will put the city that never sleeps to bed when he shuts down the subway and bus system from Saturday afternoon until Monday. With parts of Manhattan just a few feet above water, CNN says even if New York City is spared a direct hit, it will still have massive flooding.
“Consider this simulation, done by NOAA, showing what a category 2 hurricane could do to a tunnel linking Brooklyn and Manhattan, Donald Cresitello, with the Army Corps of Engineers mapped out some worst case scenarios, a category 1 hurricane, for example, could flood the subway station at the southern tip of Manhattan with three and a half feet of water, a category 2 storm, he says, could put JFK Airport under 5 feet of water.”49-1:15
Now that’s one of the worse case scenarios, and as far as being optimistic goes…CNBC has some less frightening news…
“The best case scenario is for the jet stream to kick this thing out to sea and we’re on the west side, which if there’s any such thing as a better side of a hurricane, because the winds are actually moving against the flow of traffic, so if you think about a baseball pitcher throwing a hundred miles per hour, but he’s in a car moving twenty miles per hour, which is the speed of this storm, it’s coming at you at 120, so we would still get a lot of wind, a lot of rain.)
But according to CBS news, it doesn’t matter the severity of the storm….there will still be serious damage.
“Every 75 years New York gets a major hurricane, it doesn’t take a major hurricane to do major damage.”
Transcript by Newsy.