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June 10th – 36th Annual Great Chowder Cook-Off – Newport Waterfront Events' 36th Annual Great Chowder Cook-Off, featuring more than a dozen restaurants, will take place on Saturday, June 10th from noon to 6:00 p.m. at Fort Adams State Park. Admission

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It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (dvd)

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All My Yesterdays: The Debut 1966 Rec

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A thrilling, thoughtfully curated two-disc collection, Resonance Records' All My Yesterdays presents the debut 1964 performances of the innovative Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra. Recorded by Resonance Records founder George Klabin, then a 19-year-old college sophomore, jazz radio DJ, and budding sound engineer at Columbia University, these recordings showcase the band in two uproariously received performances at the legendary Village Vanguard, their home for 50 years and counting. Initially intended as a way to attract a record deal for the band, the tracks have remained largely unheard by the general public. Here, they are presented in full with a detailed liner-notes booklet featuring pictures, essays, and interviews with Klabin and others. Recorded by Klabin alone, using minimal equipment by modern standards, with only the musicians themselves to help move microphones as needed, the recordings sound remarkably clear and capture the electric atmosphere of the band's debut. Highlighted by Jones' bop-oriented trumpet solos and grounded by Lewis' rhythm section featuring pianist Hank Jones, guitarist Sam Herman, and bassist Richard Davis, the orchestra was a lithe, forward-thinking yet always swinging entity that helped move large ensembles into the post-bop era. It also didn't hurt that the band was populated with a cross-generational cadre of virtuoso musicians including saxophonists Joe Farrell, Pepper Adams and Eddie Daniels; trumpeters Jimmy Owens and Snooky Young; trombonist Bob Brookmeyer; and others. All of this is quite evident on these recordings, which put you front and center at the Village Vanguard on February 7, 1966 as saxophonist Jerry Dodgion soulfully leads the band into an explosive version of Jones' swinging, gospel-inflected blues Back Bone. From that moment onward the band rarely lets up, with Lewis driving the arrangements with his roiling, foot-tapping pulse and Jones calling out solos and improvised background phrases. The second disc of mu

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Personnel includes: Curtis Stigers (vocals, whistling, tenor saxophone); Michael Landau, Dean Parks; Stewart Lerman (guitar, background vocals); Danny Kortchmar, Glen Ballard (guitar, keyboards); Dan Higgins (saxophone); Jerry Hey (trumpet); Danny Louis (piano); Jeffrey Young (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, background vocals); Benmont Tench (Hammond B-3 organ); Greg Phillinganes (keyboards); Kim Bullard (keyboards, programming); Michael Visceglia, T.M. Stevens (bass); John Robinson, Zak Alford (drums); Xian (tambourine); Brian Kilgore (percussion); Lisa Frazier, Kathy Merrick, Phillip Ingram, Rodney Saulsberry, Sir Harry Bowens (background vocals). Additional guest artists: Carmen Twillie, Willie Nile (background vocals). Producers: David Foster (track 1); Glen Ballard (tracks 2, 6, 8, 11); Adam Gorgoni (track 3); Curtis Stigers (track 4); Danny Kortchmar (tracks 5, 12); Stewart Levine (tracks 7, 9); Curtis Stigers, Stewart Lerman (tracks 10, 13). Engineers: Dave Reitzas (track 1); Christopher Fogel, Francis Buckley (tracks 2, 6, 8, 11); Justin Page, Adam Gorgoni, Ted Blaisdell (track 3); Bryce Goggin (tracks 4, 10, 13); Niko Bolas (tracks 5, 12); Daren Klein (tracks 7, 9). All songs co-written by Curtis Stigers except This Time (R. Supa/D. Bryan), Every Time You Cry (S. Peiken/G. Sutton), The Ghost Of You And Me (R. Page/J. Lind) and Cry (J. Vincent/M. Ochs).


  1. June 10th – 36th Annual Great Chowder Cook-Off – Newport Waterfront Events' 36th Annual Great Chowder Cook-Off, featuring more than a dozen restaurants, will take place on Saturday, June 10th from noon to 6:00 p.m. at Fort Adams State Park. Admission
  2. and the paper recently announced that its newsroom will move from Denver to Adams County. When asked if he thinks his gaffe was used as an opportunity for some impromptu cost-cutting, Frei, who spent thirty years at the Post over two stints, says
  3. The film also stars Oscar nominees Amy Adams (American Hustle, Man of Steel) as Lois Lane, Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network) as Lex Luthor, Diane Lane (Unfaithful, Man of Steel) as Martha Kent, and Laurence Fishburne (What's Love Got to Do with It
  1. @mister_plank @memarkyb @MichaelESC @b0bbbie @Daily_Ref Well Jerry Adams would wouldn't he
  2. You forgive Corbyn standing hand in hand with Jerry Adams, because I can't. And he still won't say a bad word against them
  3. @Anorakian I hope you're right, don't look good at the moment. On the plus side we might get a new bank hol when jerry adams pegs it.


Bubba, Dennis, and Jerry's Farm Baked Crispy Chicken and Gravy (chicken, garlic powder, black pepper, red pepper flakes, mayonnaise, paprika, salt)

Strawberry Ice Cream Like Ben and Jerry's (eggs, lemon juice, strawberries, heavy cream, milk, sugar, vanilla extract)

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TV Shows We Used To Watch - Christmas 1959
Christmas 1959 Christmas Eve 1959 - Thursday 24th December 1959 BBC Television 2:30pm Watch with Mother (Watch With Mother was a cycle of children's programmes created by Freda Lingstrom. Broadcast by BBC Television from 1952 until 1973, it was the first BBC television series aimed specifically at pre-school children, a development of BBC radio's equivalent Listen with Mother, which had begun two years earlier. In accordance with its intended target audience of pre-school children viewing with their mothers, Watch With Mother was initially broadcast between 3:45 pm and 4:00 pm, post-afternoon nap and before the older children came home from school. The choice of Watch With Mother for the title of the series was intended "to deflect fears that television might become a nursemaid to children and encourage 'bad mothering'" 2:45pm "The Man from 1997", comic fantasy with Charles Ruggles 3:30pm Faraway Look 4:40pm "The Apple Tree with the Golden...
Adam And Eve On A Raft, And Wreck 'Em
Jerry Poulimas got his first "slanguage" lesson eight years ago, when a customer plopped down on a lunch counter stool and said, "Gimme some Joe." "I thought the guy thought my name was Joe, and I told him it wasn't," says Poulimas, who was 15 and working after school in his parents' diner. "No," the guy said. "Joe. You know, coffee." Poulimas, who now manages the family-owned Angela's Coffee Shop in the Fort Tryon section of upper Manhattan, still hasn't mastered the arcane lingo of the hash house. But, he says, he's picking it up, one crazy, colorful term at a time. "It's a language that's close to extinction," says John Mariani, a New York food writer who once compiled a list of the most popular patois used by diner cooks and waiters, and authored The Dictionary of American Food and Drink. Once, diners rang with calls for cackleberries (eggs), axle grease (butter), Zeppelins in a fog (sausages in mashed potatoes) and...
You Raise Me Up
"It doesn’t take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle." — Norman Schwarzkopf, General. I came upon this Vietnam Memorial image last Fall and it touched me profoundly. The owner, Adam Hansen, gave me permission to post it for an appropriate purpose; this day fits that purpose. Also, yesterday, my friend Jerry Kirkhart sent this short but informative presentation of the strict procedures our Honor Guards proudly carryout each and everyday at the Arlington National Cemetery. Please take a minute to view and learn. Thank you.

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