Gibraltar, also called The New Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock, is a web site devoted to presenting news and reviews in the world of progressive rock. Gibraltar is well respected in the progressive rock community, and citations to it can be seen in numerous progressive rock related articles on Wikipedia. The encyclopedia is not freely editable by the public, but contributions may be submitted to the maintainers via email.
Gibraltar started in 1991 as a moderated electronic mailing list, issued in weekly digest form. The original moderator was Michael Lamoureux, and the list was for discussion of anything related to progressive and psychedelic rock, including art rock, symphonic rock, and electronic music.
In 1991–1992, list member Dave Markfield compiled The Progressive Music Survey, an A-to-Z listing of progressive rock bands, with discographies, reviews, interviews, etc., with most contributions provided by 15 list members. This plain text document was available by email and FTP.
Shops, bars and restaurants are thriving in Gibraltar where 90 per cent of adults have had the Covid-19 jab - offering a blissful glimpse into what life could be like when the UK Government's vaccine rollout is complete ... Gibraltar's bars and restaurants can now stay open until 2am and face masks must be worn in shops but can be taken off outdoors.
No sooner had the protests started than the backlash began ...And then there was Norway, with its vast sovereign wealth fund, which invests in supermarkets, banks and water companies in Qatar, but whose national team players took to the field urging “Human rights on and off the pitch” before they played Gibraltar last weekend ... SIGN UP ... SIGN UP ... .
Dillian Whyte rekindled his world heavyweight title dreams by crushing Alexander Povetkin on Gibraltar last weekend ... The pressure was huge ahead of last weekend’s much-delayed rematch, but to his eternal credit Whyte delivered a career-best result and another highlight-reel stoppage courtesy of a trademark left hook.
But as Whyte prepares for the rematch in Gibraltar this weekend, the Briton knows another defeat to the 41-year-old could spell the end of his world title hopes in the heavyweight boxing scene ... Auto-update ... .
So, they were the only two Bedford wrestlers allowed to participate in last weekend’s Individual DistrictTournament... They will be looking to do the same thing this weekend.” ... Eleven of the 12 Monroe CountyRegion wrestling teams will be represented this weekend at Regionals.
Whyte can reclaim the WBC interim world title if he does the business in Gibraltar at the weekend, but just as importantly a win puts himself right back in the frame for the crack at the winner of Tyson Fury v Anthony Joshua, who are set to meet this summer in an ‘Undisputed’ heavyweight unification fight ... The COVID factor ... 39 pro fights. 36 wins ... ....
Boxing betting tips. Povetkin v Whyte and undercard. 2pts Dillian Whyte in rounds 7-12 at 9/4 (Sky Bet, William Hill ) ... Sky Bet odds ... Gibraltar isn't known for its big sporting events but all eyes are on 'The Rock' this weekend as Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin finally get it on again in their highly-anticipated pay-per-view rematch ... .
... the pair’s rematch this weekend, seven months after the heavyweights’ first meeting ... Whyte and Povetkin will compete in Gibraltar this weekend, whereas their initial meeting took place in promoter Eddie Hearn’s garden at the Matchroom headquarters in Essex, in the United Kingdom.
Whyte and Povetkin collide again on Saturday (Picture. Matchroom). Dillian Whyte finds himself in a must-win situation when he goes to war with Alexander Povetkin again this weekend ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... Getty) ... Getty) ... Advertisement ... That however is all based on the rather large assumption that Whyte is victorious in Gibraltar this weekend ... More ... .