Wikipedia:Today's featured list/submissions

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Today's featured list submissions

This star symbolizes the featured content on Wikipedia.

Lists suggested here must be featured lists that have not previously appeared on the main page.

Today's featured list launched in June 2011, initially on each Monday. In January 2014 it was agreed to expand to appear twice a week. The lists will be selected by the FL director, based on the consensus of the community.

To submit a list for main page consideration, you simply need to draft a short summary of the list, in approximately 1000 characters, along with a relevant image from the list itself, using the template provided below. Should you need any assistance using the template, feel free to ask for help on the talk page. If you are nominating a list submitted by someone else, consider notifying the significant contributor(s) with {{subst:tfln|NAME OF LIST}} ~~~~

The community will review submissions, and suggest improvements where appropriate. If a blurb receives broad support, and there are no actionable objections, one of the directors will confirm that it has been accepted for main page submission. Please note there should be no more than fifteen nominations listed here at any one time.

In rare circumstances, the directors reserve the right to exclude a list from main page consideration, a practice consistent with other main page sections such as Today's featured article and Picture of the day. Should this ever happen, a detailed explanation will be given.

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List of songs recorded by Guillemots

Guillemots
Guillemots

More than 80 songs have been recorded by the indie rock band Guillemots for their four studio albums and other official releases. The band was formed in November 2004, with their debut album—Through the Windowpane—being released in July 2006. The record contained twelve original songs, of which nine were written by lead singer Fyfe Dangerfield. In April 2008, the band released their second album, Red. This album's songs were more pop-orientated than their debut's, and were written by all four members of the group. The band's third album, Walk the River, was released in April 2011, and was the first Guillemots record to feature neither a strings nor brass section. Guillemots have also recorded songs that have not been included on their official releases. During a series of live shows in 2006, the group featured in their set lists songs that had not formed part of their debut. One such track, "21st May", was described by The Times as "gleefully [marrying] a hip-shaking reggae beat to jazz sax". (Full list...)


I'd like to suggest featuring this on 21st May, for what I hope are obvious reasons. I see that a similar list has also been submitted recently. Since that seems to have no associated date, could it please be run a.s.a.p., so that this one can be run in May? Thanks, A Thousand Doors (talk | contribs) 13:31, 11 January 2018 (UTC)

Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female

Ella Fitzgerald
Ella Fitzgerald

The Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female was an award presented at the Grammy Awards to female recording artists for quality jazz vocal performances. The honor was first presented to Ella Fitzgerald at the 23rd Annual Grammy Awards (1981) for A Perfect Match, and last awarded to Fitzgerald at the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards (1991) for All That Jazz. Fitzgerald (pictured) holds the record for the most wins in this category, with four. Diane Schuur is the only other artist to receive the award more than once, with two consecutive wins, and Betty Carter and Maxine Sullivan share the record for the most nominations without a win, with three each. (Full list...)


List of accolades received by Call Me by Your Name (film)

Ivory in 1991
Ivory in 1991

Call Me by Your Name is a 2017 coming-of-age drama film directed by Luca Guadagnino. The screenplay, written by James Ivory, is based on André Aciman's 2007 novel of the same name. Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2017, the film garnered a variety of awards and nominations. Ivory won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 90th Academy Awards and 71st British Academy Film Awards, making him the oldest-ever winner in any competitive category for both awards at the age of 89. At the 27th Gotham Independent Film Awards, the film won Best Feature and Breakthrough Actor for Timothée Chalamet. It led the 33rd Independent Spirit Awards with six nominations, winning Best Male Lead for Chalamet and Best Cinematography for Sayombhu Mukdeeprom. The American Film Institute and National Board of Review included the film in their list of top ten films of 2017. (Full list...)


List of Metro (Minnesota) light rail stations

There are 37 light rail stations in the Metro system, a public transportation network serving the Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota, metropolitan area. Construction on the network's first light rail line, the Blue Line, began in 2001 and the system's first 12 stations opened on June 26, 2004. Later that year, five more stations opened, linking downtown Minneapolis with the Mall of America station in Bloomington, Minnesota. Two more stations opened on the Blue Line in 2009, including a new northern terminus, Target Field station (pictured). Construction the Green Line began in 2010 and the entire line, connecting downtown Minneapolis and downtown Saint Paul, opened in 2014. Extensions to both lines are planned. An eastward extension from Target Field will add 15 new stations to the Green Line, connecting it to Eden Prairie, Minnesota, while a northward extension from Target Field will connect the Blue Line to Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, adding 11 stations to the system. The Green and Blue line extensions are slated to open for passenger service in 2021 and 2022, respectively. (Full list...)


  • Comment: It would be great to run this on Monday, June 25, a day before the 14th anniversary of the first line opening. Thanks! —Collint c 20:21, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
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