Katariina ja Munkkiniemen kreivi (Katariina and the Count of Munkkiniemi) is a 1943 Finnish film directed by Ossi Elstelä. It is based on a novel by Kaarina Viitainojan. The film stars Regina Linnanheimo, Leif Wager, Elsa Rantalainen, Ester Toivonen and Eino Kaipainen. This film was Wager's first major feature film, and as a result he became one of the most popular Finnish male actors of the 1940s.
Carleton Lewis Kealiʻinaniaimokuokalani Reichel (born 1962) popularly known as Kealiʻi Reichel, is a popular and bestselling singer, songwriter, choreographer, dancer, chanter, scholar, teacher, and personality from Hawaiʻi. They have spent their life educating the world about Hawaiian culture through music and dance.
The Keeline Building is located at 319 South 17th Street in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Completed in 1911 just before the neighboring Douglas County Courthouse, the seven-story Keeline was designed by locally renowned architect John Latenser, Sr. Built in the Georgian Revival style, the building is said to represent "the prosperous commercial development in Omaha during this period." As of January 2008 the building was for sale, with suggested ongoing usage as an office building or as a "wonderful candidate for residential conversion."
Djam Leelii is the first widely distributed album of Senegalese musician Baaba Maal and guitarist Mansour Seck. Several of the tracks have been released on Baaba Maal's later releases. It was originally recorded in 1984 and released in 1989 by Mango Records. A 1998 edition from Palm Records raised the number of tracks to twelve. The album was featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.