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Singer Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge performs onstage during day 3 of the 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club on April 13, 2014 in Indio, California. Source: Getty Editorial

Last night we had a frightful one. I and beyonce had a little sleep in the toilet and we woke up in an awful mood as we were to later find out we were LOCKED in Station house. At first there was fright however looking at the bottles around us we realised we were in heaven. We then were rudely interrupted by the owner of station house after the rude alarms kept on going off. There were mixed emotions being in the pub by ourselves however we've realised it was a moment to go down in history…

Eagle Rock Valley, ca.1908, looking northeast at left to southeast at right. A couple dozen farmhouses dot the surrounding farmland. Groves of trees and cropland blanket the valley floor. Wild grass, bushes and wild flowers grow in the foreground. Low rolling hills surround the basin in the background. Railroad tracks, Colorado Boulevard and York Boulevard are visible. Source: USC Digital Library, California Historical Society Collection

Ritchie Valens - Birth name Richard Steven Valenzuela Born May 13, 1941 Origin Pacoima, California, United States Died February 3, 1959 (aged 17) Grant Township, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, United States Genres rock and roll, chicano rock Occupations singer, songwriter and guitarist Instruments Guitar, vocals Years active 1957–1959 Labels Del-Fi Records Website www.ritchievalens.com

healthcare systems: socialized medicine - CATO via Accuracy In Academia - "... insight into the misrepresentation of comparisons between the American and Canadian health care systems and warnings of consequences of government-run health care that Canada is currently experiencing..."

Chimney Rock is a prominent geological rock formation in Morrill County in western Nebraska. Rising nearly 300 feet above the surrounding North Platte River valley, the peak of Chimney Rock is 4,226 feet above sea level. During the middle 19th century it served as a landmark along the Oregon Trail, the California Trail, and the Mormon Trail, which ran along the north side of the rock. It is visible for many miles from the east along U.S. Route 26.