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Mānana Island is an uninhabited islet located 0.75 mi off Kaupō Beach, near Makapuʻu at the eastern end of the Island of Oʻahu in the Hawaiian Islands. In the Hawaiian language, mānana means "buoyant". The islet is commonly referred to as Rabbit Island, because its shape as seen from the nearby Oʻahu shore looks something like a rabbit's head and because it was once inhabited by introduced rabbits. The rabbit colony was established by John Adams Cummins in the 1880s when he ran the nearby Waimānalo plantation. The rabbits were eradicated about a hundred years later because they were destroying the native ecosystem, an important seabird breeding area. Mānana is a tuff cone with two vents or craters. The highest point on the islet rises to 361 ft. The island is 2,319 ft long and 2,147 ft wide and has an area of about 63 acres. Mānana’s only sand beach is a small storm beach on the west to south-west side of the islet. This sand deposit, located above the reach of the normal waves, is about 30 ft wide and curves around to the western side of the island. Mānana is a State Seabird Sanctuary—home to over 10,000 Wedge-tailed Shearwaters, 80,000 Sooty Terns, 20,000 Brown Noddys, 5-10 Bulwer's Petrels, and 10-15 Red-tailed Tropicbirds, and numerous Hawaiian Monk Seals. It is illegal to land on the islet without permission from the Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources.
Monhegan is an island in Lincoln County, Maine, United States, about 12 nautical miles off the coast. The population was 75 at the 2000 census. Together with its uninhabited neighbor Manana, Monhegan is governed as a Maine plantation. The island is accessible by mailboat ferry from Boothbay Harbor, New Harbor and Port Clyde. It was designated a National Natural Landmark for its coastal and island flora in 1966.
Carlos Eduardo López Avila, better known under his stage name Jeremías, is a British-Venezuelan singer-songwriter who was born in London, England on September 19, 1973, of Venezuelan parents. He moved to Venezuela at the age of 2, although he still maintains a British passport. Encouraged musically from an early age, he began writing songs at age 8, and at age 11 took the name Jeremías. He later signed with the record label Universal, in 2000 several Venezuelan record companies were interested in his project and after some failed attempts, he created his own label, Avila Records, and recorded an album that helped him gain notice in the national and international scenes. In October 2002, he sent his album to Spain, and made appearances in important television programs such as: Música Sí, Musical 3 and Crónicas Marcianas, among others. During 2003, he appeared live in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla, Cordova, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Salamanca, Canary Islands, among others, having received a great acclamation from the Spanish public as well as music critics in Spain. In January 2003 his song "Poco a Poco" was selected as the main theme of the popular telenovela Mi Gorda Bella of RCTV. He then made an album in Venezuela, which became a hit in the national market. Between September and December 2003, he carried out an intense promotional activity in Venezuela having participated in many television programs: Aprieta y gana, Ají Picante, Especial de mi gorda bella, Cita Con, El 2 de oro, Sálvese quien pueda, Camino a la fama and Mañana Viva, in addition to interviews and programs on several radio stations in Caracas and Venezuela. On June 5, 2004 Jeremías commenced a concert tour: "Tour La Cita 2004", with appearances in the Aula Magna of the Central University of Venezuela, in Caracas, and International, in Argentina, Chile, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, and Central America.
KLOB is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Contemporary format. Licensed to Thousand Palms, California, USA, it serves the Palm Springs area. The station is currently owned by Entravision Holdings, LLC. The nickname is "Radio Jose" as of mid-2009. KLOB went on air in 1993 as "Radio Lobo" aired Mexican regional songs, then switched to "Radio Romantica" to play Latin rhythmical hits in 1999 and finally to the "Super estrella" format to air Hurban/Latin pop and Rock en Espanol music in 2004. As of 2012 it is a banda or Latin jazz station. KLOB features radio personality Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo on his weekday morning program "el Piolin por la Manana" through his home station KSCA 101.9 FM in Los Angeles. It is the #1 rated radio program for the Coachella Valley as well in the Los Angeles Area radio markets. On January 6, 2009 KLOB changed its format to Spanish adult hits, branded as "Jose 94.7".
The Utopia of Postponement; a marvelous door of gold at the end of every perspective, to which Procrastination holds the keys. The Concierge of tomorrow. (Some things are done sooner, others are done now, but most things are done later; hence, manana, dreams and regrets.)
— The Roycroft Dictionary