Costa Coulentianos

Costa Coulentianos est un sculpteur franco-grec, né en 1918 à Athènes et décédé en 1995 à Plan-d’Orgon dans les Bouches-du-Rhône.

Costa Coulentianos entreprend des études à l’École Nationale des Beaux-Arts d’Athènes qu’il termine en 1940. Ayant obtenu une bourse de la France, il vient s’installer à Paris dès 1945. Il est alors mêlé aux mouvements picturaux de son époque, fréquente l’atelier de Zadkine et participe à de nombreux salons comme le Salon de Mai, le Salon de la Jeune Sculpture ou l’exposition internationale de sculpture contemporaine au Musée Rodin à Paris en 1956.

Ses matériaux favoris sont les métaux, que ce soit le bronze, l’aluminium et surtout le fer décliné en ses différents alliages, travaillant exclusivement de ses mains sans aucune intervention de machines ou d’automatismes et ‘à l’inspiration’, sans plan préalable. Parmi ses thèmes de prédilection, on compte les thèmes aériens (acrobate, oiseau) et le corps féminin. Il a enseigné l’art de la sculpture d’abord en 1975-1976 aux Arts décoratifs de Paris puis en 1979-1980 à l’École des Beaux-arts de Marseille.

Les œuvres de Costa Coulentianos ponctuent le département de l’Ain où l’artiste s’était installé et réalisa de nombreuses sculptures de grande dimension belt phone. Une exposition à Pont-de-Vaux, organisée à l’initiative du Musée Chintreuil et de l’Association des Arts Pontévallois, a permis de réaliser une rétrospective dans une des salles du musée Chintreuil et sur les bords de la Reyssouze jusqu’au port de plaisance.

Costa Coulentianos rencontra à Paris Roger Vailland par l’intermédiaire de La Galerie de France, grand carrefour de l’art moderne des années 1950. Comme il se plaignait du manque de place, de ses difficiltés à créer de grandes sculptures dans son atelier parisien, beaucoup trop petit, Roger Vailland, qui venait d’acquérir une de ses œuvres, lui proposa de venir s’installer dans son village de l’Ain et de faire son atelier dans une grange qu’il venait d’acheter. C’est ainsi que Costa vécut à Meillonnas et put réaliser les nombreuses sculptures de grande dimension que l’on peut voir en parcourant ce département. Après le décès de Roger Vailland en 1965, Coulentianos s’installa dans sa maison-atelier de Chavannes-sur-Reyssouze, commune située à côté de Pont-de-Vaux plastic sports water bottles.

Dans les années 1980, il déménagea pour s’installer à Plan d’Orgon dans les Bouches-du-Rhône, un paysage qui lui rappelait plus certainement ses origines grecques. Durant la dernière partie de sa vie, il transmit son savoir à l’artiste suisse Patrice Stellest, en formant ce-dernier aux techniques de soudure du métal neuf.

Ben Street (ice hockey)

Ben Street (born February 13 electric toothpaste dispenser, 1987) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player currently with the Grand Rapids Griffins in the American Hockey League (AHL) while under contract for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL). An undrafted player, Street played five seasons of college hockey with the Wisconsin Badgers before turning professional in 2010. He joined the Calgary Flames organization in 2012, before signing with the Colorado Avalanche in 2014.

Street played his junior hockey with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the British Columbia Hockey League. After two seasons there, he joined the Wisconsin Badgers men’s ice hockey program in 2005. He played 171 games for the Badgers between 2005 and 2010, scoring 47 goals and recording 94 points despite being suspended in 2006 for drug and alcohol abuse. Street was a member of the Badgers’ 2006 national championship team, and shared the team’s captaincy in his junior and senior seasons. He was named to numerous academic All-Conference teams. Street was named the recipient of Wisconsin’s Ivan B. Williamson Scholastic Award in 2009–10, and to both the Academic All-Big Ten and Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) All-Academic teams for four consecutive years between 2007 and 2010.

The five-foot-eleven, 185 pound Street went unselected in an NHL Entry Draft, but his work ethic with the Badgers helped him earn a professional contract in the Pittsburgh Penguins organization in 2010. He was assigned to the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL to begin the 2010–11 season where he posted 24 goals and 51 points in just 38 games. His performance earned him a promotion to the American Hockey League (AHL)’s Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins mid-season after injuries in Pittsburgh led to roster openings for the AHL squad. Street finished the season in the AHL, scoring 23 points in 36 games and appearing in the Calder Cup playoffs with the team. Despite playing only half of the ECHL season, Street was voted that league’s Rookie of the Year. He returned to the Wilkes-Barre-Scranton Penguins in 2011–12 on an AHL contract, where he had 57 points in 71 games.

Street’s chances of reaching the NHL with the Penguins were limited, as Pittsburgh already had several top centres, so he chose to leave the organization as a free agent. He chose to sign with the Calgary Flames, a team with less depth at the position. The contract was his first NHL deal, a two-year, two-way contract that would pay him $575,000 if he played in the NHL, and $105,000 in the AHL. Street began the season in the AHL with the Abbotsford Heat, but sought to impress the Flames’ coaching staff during the NHL’s mini-training camp following the 2012–13 NHL lockout. Street was leading the Heat in scoring with 31 points in 44 games when an injury to Mikael Backlund led to his recall to the Calgary Flames on February 8, 2013. He made his NHL debut the following night in a 5–1 loss to the Vancouver Canucks.

On November 1, 2012, Street and Abbotsford Heat teammate, Steve McCarthy set an AHL record for the fastest two successive goals scored. McCarthy beat Toronto Marlies goaltender, Ben Scrivens on a short handed opportunity four minutes and twenty eight seconds into the third period. Street shot the puck immediately off the following face off, scoring another short handed goal. The two goals were officially recorded three seconds apart.

On July 1, 2014, Street left the Flames and signed as a free agent to a two-year contract with the Colorado Avalanche best college football uniforms 2014. In his first season with Colorado, Street suffered an injury in the Avalanche’s pre-season which delayed his start to the 2014–15 season. After returning to health he was assigned to begin with AHL affiliate, the Lake Erie Monsters depiller for clothes. Having appeared in just 4 games with the Monsters, he was recalled by the Avalanche on November 21, 2014. He made his Avalanche debut on November 22, 2014, in a 4-3 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes. Street would appear in three scoreless games with the Avalanche over the season, before he was returned to the Monsters to make a late season push for the playoffs to finish with 39 points in 44 games.

After his second training camp with the Avalanche, Street was assigned to new Avalanche AHL affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage, to begin the 2015–16 season on September 27, 2015. As the club’s first line scoring center, Street was announced as team captain three games into the campaign on October 22, 2015.

On July 1, 2016, Street signed a one-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings belt phone.

Aleem Nasir

Aleem Nasir (* 15. März 1962 in Lahore belt phone, Pakistan) ist ein deutscher Terrorist und Mitglied von Al-Qaida cheap football tops uk.

Nasir studierte in den 1980er Jahren Maschinenbau in Pakistan. 1987 kam er nach Deutschland und lebte in Freiburg, Waldkirch und Germersheim. Nach der Heirat mit einer deutschen Studentin beantragte er die deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft, die er 1992 erhielt. Nach den Anschlägen des 11. Septembers 2001 verteidigte Nasir den Terrorakt lautstark an seinem damaligen Arbeitsplatz im Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe und geriet damit erstmals in das Blickfeld der deutschen Polizei. 2007 wurde er in Pakistan von der Geheimpolizei ISI unter dem Verdacht festgenommen tenderizing marinade for steak, er sei ein Mitglied von Al-Qaida. Einige Wochen später wurde er nach Deutschland abgeschoben. 2008 wurde er in seinem Wohnort in Germersheim verhaftet und noch im gleichen Jahr vor dem Oberlandesgericht Koblenz als Terrorist angeklagt. 2009 wurde er zu acht Jahren Haft verurteilt, unter anderem für die Anwerbung von Bekkay Harrach steak tenderizer. Er selbst bezeichnete dieses Urteil als „Blödsinn“. Der Bundesgerichtshof bestätigte das Urteil im November 2010.