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Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Journalist brian krebs 'has found a lead in finding the ashley madison hackers' Weirdest brothers in the world: Imprisoned for years by their deranged father in a tiny Manhattan apartment, their only contact with the world was watching films.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
3-day motorbike ride to commemorate quirino's birthday A unique road trip kicks off a special three-day motorcycle event starting September 11 to commemorate the 125th birthday of former President Quirino and the 44th founding anniversary of Quirino Province. The event dubbed "Quirino to Quirino " gathers a huge group of motorcycle enthusiasts at the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta and will travel a total of 350 kilometers all the way to Quirino Province, which hosts the annual Governor Junie E. Cua Motocross Cup.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Monster kitchen lords over culinary realm This is a question that often comes to mind when one speaks of Monster Kitchen Academy. The reason is quite simple, "Because Monster is a modern and catchy name and it is easy to recall," said Jan Uy, owner and general manager of Monster Kitchen CdeO and Monster Kitchen Academy.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
2015 wilde awards winners announced It was yet another Wilde night at West Bloomfield's Berman Center for the Performing Arts, as Michigan's professional theater community gathered for The 14th Annual Wilde Awards presented by EncoreMichigan.com. Established in 2002, The 2015 Wilde Awards honored the best productions, performances and technical accomplishments of the recently concluded 2014-15 season.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Harvest acorns with putah creek council California's oaks provide food and habitat for deer, elk, squirrels, rabbits, bears, livestock, and many species of birds. The oaks grown from these acorns will be planted along Putah Creek and in regional projects to provide food and shelter for wildlife, help protect stream banks against erosion, and improve water quality.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
First act is the winner in apt's 'seascape' It only takes a single glance to tell us everything we need to know about Charlie and Nancy, the retired married couple who form half the action in American Players Theatre's production of Edward Albee's Seascape When Charlie walk onto the seashore-staged set, he sighs, zeroing in on the beach blanket upon which he'll shortly repose. When Sarah arrives a few seconds later, she looks at him with a mixture of love and exasperation, snorts to see him dozing, and breaks out her paints.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
A prophetic vision of two rivers and a strong warning In July I received a vision from the Lord concerning polluted waters and bad fruit. Before I share that vision, I would like to say that I love the church! I'm passionate about the church, and I'm more convinced than ever that the church is God's answer for the world.  read all 

Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Body cameras will reduce complaints, add accountability for city's police force It's been 2,000 years since the Roman poet and satirist Juvenal first wrote down a question that has been burning in the hearts of men since the first governments were first formed. "But who can watch the watchmen?" he famously wrote of the struggle of maintaining the accountability of those in power.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
New federal theatre to stage 50th anniversary production of in white america Woodie King Jr's New Federal Theatre kicks off its 47th season a rare revival of Martin Duberman 's In White America, not seen in NYC for 50 years! In White America, directed by Charles Maryan , will begin performances October 15th, with opening night set for October 29th at the Castillo Theater . This limited Off-Broadway engagement will continue through November 15th only.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
North korea an "odd place": pentagon chief U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter called North Korea an ''odd place'' and said the U.S. ''needs to be ready'' to respond to North Korean aggression, during a town hall meeting in Fort Meade, Maryland. Rough Cut .  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
20 great places to travel this fall Yes, there are worthy competitors but the much copied and never bettered Munich Oktoberfest is a "gotta do it" life experience. Of course, if you've done it once, you'll know why we keep going back.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Green day's billie joe armstrong blasts mtv vmas for ignoring rock artists It's been this way for years. Gone are the days when cutting edge and unpredictable rock acts were given airtime on MTV awards shows.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
The keith emerson band featuring marc bonilla was a thrilling return to prog For vintage prog-rock fans, Keith Emerson is an icon for his trailblazing virtuosic and often flamboyant keyboard work that broke ground in the rock world. He made it possible for other rock keyboardists like Rick Wakeman to become stars in their own right.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
This day in rock history: august 25 On this day in rock history, Jimi Hendrix opened Electric Lady Studio, though he'd unfortunately only have about a month of recording time there before his too-early death. Emerson Lake and Palmer also played their first-ever live show.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
'the new american songbook' at the akron civic features helen welch The Club @ the Civic will present The New American Songbook featuring Helen Welch on Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. in an intimate cabaret setting For years people around the world have loved and performed music from what has come to be called The Great American Songbook.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Free screening of 'soul power' thursday on detroit's belle isle A free screening of "Soul Power", featuring James Brown and many other R & B and funk artists of the 1970's will take place Thursday evening at Detroit's Belle Isle Park on the lighthouse fairgrounds. The 2008 music documentary "Soul Power" will be presented on Thursday on Belle Isle on the grounds near the William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse on the northern end of the island.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Popular provo teacher imprisoned for 'heinous' sexual grooming of student A favorite Provo High teacher and athletic trainer was sentenced to at least eight years and up to life in prison for what a judge called a "calculated" effort to groom and sexually abuse a teenage girl. The now 19-year-old wept as she recounted how the advances from her Provo High teacher, Donald Nelson Bills, seemed odd but unthreatening at first but escalated over time, apparently stemming from a fixation that began when she was 16. When their encounters became sexual after she turned 17, he used his religious affiliation to dismiss her fears and made threats of humiliation to keep her quiet, the woman told a judge Monday.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Sew what? inc. stage drapery manufacturer's online videos feature local and unsigned musicians Sew What? Inc. reports on their online video production and marketing aims, and the local Los Angeles musicians highlighted in their 2015 videos. Online PR News 01-September-2015 Rancho Dominguez It's no secret that mobile devices and social sites have fueled a dramatic rise in online video consumption the last few years.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Favorite 15: usc, miami or fsu top hayes' 15 best from 15 years? There's a common thread in Matt Hayes' top 15 teams over the last 15 years: they're all from recruiting hotbeds. The states of Florida, California and Texas and widely considered the best in the nation for producing high school talent.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
15 reasons every american should learn spanish Whether you want to improve your job prospects, keep your mind sharp, or explore new cultures without having to rely on Siri to ask for directions, Spanish is the one tool that will help you achieve all of that and more -- and we're not just saying that because we're Latino Voices. No ! Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the United States, after English, and is the dominant language in many of our neighboring countries in the Western Hemisphere.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Beatles fan buys weather vane with help from friends, more from beatleweek The sale of the antique weather atop St. Peter's Church in Liverpool , which had been on the church during the time John Lennon attended, was sold Aug. 29 during this year's Liverpool Beatles Auction to a buyer who was able to do it thanks to the generosity of some friends. The buyer was none other than Beatles Examiner Liverpool correspondent Donna Jackson, who described what happened at the sale.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
All-star band rocks liverpool beatle week party celebrating the fab four Mark Hudson put together a special International Beatle Week concert Aug. 31 at the the Royal Court Theatre billed as "With A Little Help From My Friends," according to Charles F. Rosenay, whose Liverpool Productions brought a group of American Beatles fans to the celebration after stops in Hamburg and London. Hudson, who produced and wrote songs for Ringo Starr, assembled his own band of all stars with Joey Molland of Badfinger, Gary van Sycoc from Elephant's Memory, Earl Slick, Denny Seiwell from Wings, Steve Howard, Howie Casey plus Lucrecia Lopez Sanz and Fernando Blanco from the Argentine band Nube9.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Angel elect releases new music video Unsigned Christian Producer Angel Elect, is thrilled to announce the release of her new music video entitled 'You Are My Love Holy Love Remix'. Available to view on You Tube, this inspiring video is taken from Angel Elects' recently released EP 'You Are My Love - The Angel E Remixes'.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
'reluctant' judge accepts plea deal in death of clifton teen; probation ordered Amid anger and objections from the victim's family, a Mesa County judge today "very reluctantly" accepted a plea agreement calling for no incarceration for a Clifton teenager who authorities believe accidentally shot and killed his friend during a party last fall.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Judge oks probation for boy who shot, killed friend Landon Sarti leaves District Judge Thomas Deister's courtroom after the judge accepted the plea agreement that calls for five years of probation for the teenager's accidental fatal shooting of his friend, Brandon Crawford. Sarti's mother, Brandie, middle of photo, was sentenced to three years of probation for permitting a juvenile to possess a handgun.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Skid row neighbors keep alive the memory of their friend a africaa who was killed by police Robert Pasillas, 54-years-old, sets up a tent on San Pedro Street. Six months after the man known as Africa was killed by LAPD on San Pedro Street just south of 5th Street, the spot where he died is now occupied by a tent.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Ciompi quartet commemorates 50th anniversary If you were a college student in 1965, you may have found yourself with a daisy chain on your head, a peace sign necklace on your chest and a counter-cultural rhythm in your heart. The year 1965 was saturated with political and cultural upheaval, but it was also a time of musical revolution.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Are you the secret love that inspired loughton musician's debut album? It is the stuff school girl daydreams are made of- being the inspiration for a musician to write a love song. But Loughton singer Matthew Shepherd is keeping the lovely lady who inspired much of his debut album Top of the Tree a secret- for now.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
English bows out in style The 22-year-old Sky Academy Scholar arrived in Beijing in flying form on the back of a dazzling effort at the Anniversary Games in London. Injury niggles were forgotten.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
5 things to do this weekend, aug. 28-30: different strokes for different folks Mainers need to visit the Maritimes more. We really do. Anyway, I"m back just in time to wave a tearful goodbye to August and to welcome in American Folk Festival weekend, our beloved yearly summer-capping event here in Bangor.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Comic brian regan performs for sold-out meijer gardens audience Unsurprisingly for the venue's ever-popular summer concert series, he sold the place out Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. The show featured an opening set by Regan's brother, Dennis Regan.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Do it for shrek Shaker by L'Anarchiste Los Angeles by Teen Men Bros by Panda Bear No One's Gonna Love You by Panda Bear Emily by Drug Cabin The Garden by Mirah Lock and Key by Fictionist Blondie by Braids Teese by Warpaint Drowning by Emily Gold Enily by Girlpool Nightlife by Axel Flovent Wonderful by Lianne La Havas Borderline by King Krule Egg Man by Beastie Boys Ode to Sleep by Twenty One Pilots There Is by Box Car Racer Ungrateful by Streetlight Manifesto Fork and Knife by Brand New In the Sun by Joseph Arthur Love You Til The End by The Pogues Battles by Autopilot Sleep Til They Die by La Luz Everything New by No Joy Apathy by Shlomo, D33J I'm Already Gone by A Day to Remember Dead Sea by The Lumineers Roomulus by Sufjan Stevens Space Song by BeachHouse  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Shane macgowan breaks his pelvis after performing 'complicated dance move' The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan is recovering after breaking his pelvis last Wednesday . The 57 year old was reportedly rushed to hospital after a fall, according to The Irish Mirror, with his partner Victoria Mary Clarke confirming the news and adding that Shane had been doing 'a complicated dance move' before the accident.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Mean girls has inspired an unusual line of snack foods and drinks Of all the brands crafting Mean Girls -themed products, Dylan's Candy Bar is one of the more unexpected choices. At the very least, we thought it would be something like Nature Valley protein bars rebranding themselves as Kalteen bars, or even perhaps a "You go, Glen Coco" hot cocoa from Swiss Miss.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Daily dish: one direction separates... guns n roses reunites... kind of One Direction announced their plans for the remaining four members to split "temporarily" to pursue independent projects. Needless to say, their fanbase didn't take it well.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Gn'r keyboardist on not attending rock hall induction: they wanted me ... Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed , who's been a member of the band since 1990, and who had performed on four GN'R records, including both parts of " Use Your Illusion ," has revealed that he didn't attend the group's induction into the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 because he was told he had to buy tickets for his guests, something he simply couldn't afford. The musician tells Loudwire : "They told me I could bring one guest, and then purchase tickets for other guests, which is very expensive and I couldn't afford it at the time.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Support of route 53 extension 'discouraging': letter Lake County TV ads encourage the general public to come "boat in Lake County". Clearly the aquatic resource in the County is "exceptional" and is important for drinking, swimming, boating, and fishing.  read all 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Patti labelle, chaka khan to kick-off la county fair end of summer concert series Patti LaBelle performs at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 28, 2015, in Los Angeles. • HARD presents a Night at the Fairplex with hip-hop artist Juicy J and electronic dance music acts DVBBS and Valentino Khan, Sept.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Back to school: 11 songs to make your return to school easier [news] September is already at our doorstep, and the time has already come for the youngsters to hit their books for yet another excruciating year. Everything's easier with a pinch of guitar and a spoonful of rock, hence we decided to compile a brief rundown of appropriate tunes to rock out during the dreaded first day of new school year.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Rock hall boss greg harris reinvents the museum experience Pens are lined up parallel to the neat single sheet of paper of talking points the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and and Museum president and CEO wants to be sure he mentions. Posters - from the Clash to Elvis to a Bob Dylan show at his former employer, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York - line the walls, looking as though they'd been hung with razor precision.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Yard dog art gallery celebrates 20th anniversary A pioneer creative enterprise on South Congress Avenue - long before Austin even had the so-called SoCo district - Yard Dog Art Gallery opened in 1995, at first showing folk and outsider art from the American South. Soon, however, Yard Dog ceased to define itself with the problematic moniker of "folk and outsider art" and began representing artists of varied backgrounds who share a kind of new Americana style as well many artists who have a connection to music.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Watch kelly clarkson put soulful spin on dolly parton's 'jolene' Kelly Clarkson continues to honor fans' cover songs requests during each stop on her current tour, putting her own spin on tunes by everyone from Taylor Swift to Joe Cocker to Elvis Presley. Clarkson fan Robert Nunez wanted Dolly Parton added to that mix, and he was right up front at the singer's recent show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, when she addressed him personally and then went on to deliver a spine-tingling version of the 1973 smash, "Jolene."  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
9 harmless things that are now terrifying thanks to wes craven Wes Craven's body of work has struck fear in the hearts of movie goers, and turned mundane, everyday tasks into perilous leaps of faith. The writer-director-producer was just that good at scaring audiences, and some of us have a limit for how much fear we can take.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Hitch a virtual ride past pluto NASA scientist Stuart Robbins used real photos of New Horizon's cruise past Pluto to create a stunning animation of the historic journey. NASA has released a stunning 3-D animation of the New Horizons historic journey past Pluto in July with real images taken by the spacecraft.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Is there a right way to grieve? Someone once told me: The hardest part about losing a loved one is not that they're gone, but that you're still here . In a few weeks, it'll be one year since my father passed away.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Hard rock hotel vallartaa s newly built 12,900 sq. ft. sanctuary convention center nears opening August 31, 2015 - MIAMI, Fla. - All Inclusive Collection - the experiential brand offering an authentic all-inclusive experience with limitless service and style - is scheduled to unveil the brand new, 12,900 sq.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Branagh, kropp win avp kingston chicago open Nicole Branagh and Jenny Kropp won the AVP Kingston Chicago Open on Sunday, beating Kim DiCello and Kendra Van Zwieten 21-16, 21-19. After falling to the second-seeded DiCello and Van Zwieten in the third round of the double-elimination tournament Saturday, Branagh and Kropp rebounded to set up the rematch.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Waverly twp. native ryan harris brown pursues music career in nashville He was in the fifth or sixth grade, hanging out with relatives at a family Super Bowl party, when one of his older cousins started playing guitar. "I was smiling and not really knowing why, and I couldn't stop," the Nashville resident said.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
Brooklyn rider string quartet closes its stillwater music festival in style Parting is, they say, such sweet sorrow, and there was certainly sadness in the air at the closing evening of the Stillwater Music Festival. Ten years ago when Brooklyn Rider launched the annual event, it was one among dozens of young, wannabe string quartets looking for an angle in an overcrowded chamber music market.  read all 

Monday, August 31, 2015
This week in history: john tanner retiring from h.r. macmillan space... John Tanner, seen in his heyday as a DJ in the '60s and '70s. Monday is Tanner's last day at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre.  read all