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Batavia police reports
According to a police report, they are Steven T. Williams, 25, of the 1200 block of Terrance View Drive, Aurora; Rina M. Madison, 23, of the 700 block of Liberty Street, Aurora; and Natalie B. Ramsey, 25, of the 2100 block of Sanibel Isle, Portage, Mich.
Hal Leonard (Education & Instruction Movies)
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Drummer, producer, singer, and songwriter James Gadson has worked with the world's top performing artists, including Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Bill Withers, The Temptations, Ramsey Lewis, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, Patrice Rushen, the Pointer Sisters, Herb Alpert, the 5th Dimension, Smokey Robinson, B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole, and Paul McCartney. On this DVD, James demonstrates and explains the many funk and rhythm & blues beats in his entertaining and enthusiastic manner. This session includes several live performances with talented sidemen June Yamagishi on guitar, Toru Tsuzuki on keyboards, and Ko Shimizu on bass guitar. Songs featured include: Double Deal * Cold Sweat * What's Going On * Loveland. 1 hour, 14 minutes.
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Personnel: John Lombardo (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Jeff Erickson (guitar); Melanie Luciano (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Mary Ramsey (violin, viola); Bryan Eckenrode (cello); Eric Crittenden (alto saxophone); Robert Browning (tenor saxophone); Oliver Chezliak (trombone); Dennis Drew (piano, Hammond b-3 organ, keyboards); Steve Gustafson (bass guitar); Jerome Augustyniak (drums, percussion). Audio Mixer: Armand Petri. Recording information: Fun House, Silver Creek, NY (09/13/2014); Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, Jamestown, NY (09/13/2014). Photographers: Don Hill; Mike Thut; Lori Savaree; Gregory Hodges; Chad Ecklof. Arriving on the heels of the veteran jangle folk-pop outfit's 35th anniversary, the aptly named Playing Favorites finds 10,000 Maniacs delivering a (mostly) career-spanning show before an adoring crowd at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts in their native Jamestown, New York. Only the group's second live album in three decades, the 14-track set is also their first full-on electric concert LP - 1993's MTV Unplugged was just that, all acoustic. Playing Favorites also marks the return of co-founder John Lombardo, who joins a seasoned crew that includes Jerome Augustyniak, Dennis Drew, Jeff Erickson, Steven Gustafson, John Lombardo, and Mary Ramsey, the latter of whom assumed vocal duties in 1995 after Natalie Merchant left the fold to pursue a solo career. Delivered with warmth and vigor, and comprised chiefly of fan favorites/hits like My Mother the War, Like the Weather, These Are the Days, and Because the Night - for whatever reason, the band chose not to include any material from their well-received 2013 comeback album Music from the Motion Picture - Playing Favorites is a largely fan-centric affair, but its charms work outside of the circle as well. ~ James Christopher Monger
CHILDREN OF THE CORN V: FIELDS OF TERROR started out with a glimmer of hope when the opening credits listed a few names I was not only familiar with but that I was a fan of. Alexis Arquette, Fred Williamson, David Carradine are all performers I... I'll tell you right now he was only in a single scene as a bartender and not as a machete wielding corn stalk monster. The opening scene features a clunky 90s CGI murder featuring the main child that would be running the show of our misfit kernels. Sadly shortly after we lose Alexis Arquette and Ahmet Zappa who had great energy and would have been a nice contrast to the rest of our main cast of college students who are basically running around with dumbfounded, mouth agape, looks on their... Oh you're interested in the plot. Well, six college friends (more like 4 friends after the first few minutes of the film take away the two most entertaining characters) go on a road trip and end up stranded in a small rural town that they not smells of burnt popcorn. After getting warned to leave by the sheriff (Fred Williamson) they hole up in an abandoned house for the night and later find that one of the girls missing brothers is in town living with Luke (David Carradine) who seems to be the leader of the... Luke lets her see her brother who informs her that he has no interest in leaving and is going to be marry a younger girl who is also pregnant with his child. The child leader Ezekiel chooses the brother who has reached 18 years of age as the annual sacrifice to He Who Walks Behind The Rows which means he would have to throw himself into the burning corn silo but the brother refuses and tells Luke his... There's even a showdown between Luke and the sheriff which is my favorite scene in the film and is easily the best special effect moment of the film as well. The plot is weak and the film isn't interesting enough to keep your attention throughout so that you really settle in to it. I found myself getting restless and bored and simply didn't care about a single thing going on. Fred Williamson and David... Ethan Wiley wrote the first two House films and even directed the second which is a wacky mishmash of ideas that works for a wonderfully fun 80s cocktail but his entry in to the CHILDREN OF THE CORN series is my least favorite through the first... You might think, and I would be right there with you that the return of John Franklin who played Isaac, the preacher leader of the children in the original film would be an upgrade to the series but no, CHILDREN OF THE CORN 666: ISAAC'S RETURN is... I'm not sure how much lower this thing can go. Natalie Ramsey stars as Hannah Martin, the first baby born from the cult in the original film, now she has decided to return to Gatlin to find her birth mother. After a strange encounter with a preacher that ends in Hannah crashing her car into a corn field she is taken to the local hospital by the sheriff. At the hospital she finds out Isaac was not killed but ended up in a coma. After she leaves the hospital Hannah begins to get stalked and terrorized during her stay at a local motel. The townspeople speak of a prophecy between her and Isaac but Hannah won't leave until she finds out about her mother. Well we're scraping the bottom of the barrel here. Isaac is in a coma for years and only Hannah's return wakes him which is an okay plot device, especially five sequels deep but this movie is as painfully boring and disjointed as we can get. Dead birds, messages scrawled across the wall in nail polish, and mentally unstable patients at a hospital are the majority of the horror elements until the eye roll inducing ending where we finally meet He Who Walks Behind The Rows and find out... He manhandles Isaac, killing him and Hannah escapes but is no pregnant with the baby of He Who Walks Behind The Rows. If you're not bored to tears then you're surely getting infuriated at how stupid the whole thing is. It was bad enough that I was complaining to myself that.
Goldenrod Eggs (bread, butter, eggs, flour, milk, salt, white pepper)
Coffee Chip Cookies (baking powder, baking soda, brown sugar, eggs, flour, instant coffee, semisweet chocolate chips, shortening, water)
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Gordon Ramsay's Scrambled Eggs (butter, sour cream, eggs)
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