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TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Aug. 5; Little Ozzy (Ozzy Osbourne tribute), Aug. 12; Epica, Lununa Coil, Insomnium, Sept. 5; Venom Inc., Goatwhore, Toxic Holocaust, Sept. 7; VNV Nation, Sept. 21; Gogol Bordello, Sept. 25; Ghost Bath, Sept. 25; Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist, Polyphia, Sept. 27; Lords of Acid, Combichrist, Sept. 29; KMFDM, Ohgr, Lord of the Lost, Oct. 4. Visit www.clevelandagora.com.Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Paramore, Best Coast, Oct. 15. Call 330-253-2488 or visit www.akroncivic.com.Beachland Ballroom: 15711 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, presents The Ragbirds, Shawn and Shelby, June 9; Will Hoge, Tom Evanchuck, June 10; Peter Brotzmann Duo, Taddeo-Sopko Duo, June 10; Rebecca Wohlever & The Hopewell, The Tome Katlees, Maddie Finn & The Whiskey Hollow, June 11, Bent Knee, The Village Bicycle, Axon-Neuron, June 11; Damien Jurado, Sam Goodwill, June 12; Katmaz, Brett Fromson and Jimmy Villaflor, Dylan Jones, June 12; Mary Timony Plays Helium, Noveller, June 13; Lespecial, Bypass Circuit, June 13; Myth & Company, M. Moody, June 14; Nikki Hill, June 15; Bella Sin, Noella Deville, Bee Awkard, Ivana Lyftya and more, June 16; Chris Wild, Hamilton Handshake, White Buffalo Woman, June 16; Red Rose Panic, Treespeak, Psychic Relic, Ebb N Flow, Coup De Grace, June 17; Moon Rocks, Mister Moon, Garbage Greek, June 17; Rock N/ Rummage Flea Market, June 17; The Iron Maidens, Chemkill, June 18; The Giving Tree Band, The Cerny Brothers, June 18; Selwyn Birchwood, Austin Walkin Cane, June 20; Ghost Wolves, Duo Decibel System, Kiss Me Deadly, June 21; Ward Davis, June 22; Watershed, Brave Bones, June 22; Into the Blue, June 23; Fletchers Grove, The Cat’s Meow, June 23; The Moxies, Modernism, Twin Atomic, AJ and the Woods, Jordan Thompson, June 24; Paper Morning, Sait Light, June 24; Bloodshot Bill, Johnny and the Apple Stompers, June 25; The Lustre Kings, The Del Rios, June 26; Dustbowl Revival, Maura Rogers and The Bellows, June 27; Marshall Crenshaw Y Los StraitJackets, June 28; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; Pokey LaFarge, Hackensaw Boys, June 30; Daniel Romano, M. Ross Perkins, July 1; Jared & the Mill, Canyon Spells, July 2; Okilly Dokilly, Hostile Omish, July 3; Five Alarm Funk, July 5; Vicki Chew, Anita Herczog and Friends, July 6; Post Animal, July 7; Los Lonley Boys, July 9; Vesperteen, Spirit of the Bear, Attack Cat, July 8; Oh Pep, The Movies, July 10; Chicano Batman, Brainstory, July 11; Behold the Brave, In The Whale, July 11; The Seldom Scene, Brand New Hat, July 13; Aaron Lee Tasjan, Erica Blinn, July 13; The Deep End, July 14; Whores, Child Bite, LoPan, July 15; Levi Platero, July 16; Tristen, July 17; Waxahatchee, SnailMail, July 18; Zach Deputy, Wanyama, July 20; Whitey Morgan, July 21; Bad Bad Hats, July 21...

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

De Lane Lea and Trident.TOP VENUE: Tavistock's The WharfJust before his death Stephen had been promoting his latest loudspeakers and giving presentations at leading studios including Real World, in Bath, and British Grove, in London.It is understood Stephen's death was sudden and followed a fall at his Westcountry home.Read next: Man raped girl next to toyshop car parkEllie Hudson, The Wharf's press and publicity officer, described Stephen as a "genius character".She said: "He was a very down to earth man, didn't name-drop at all, it was left to others to talk about his achievements."He was solely responsible for building the incredible sound system at The Wharf and so many bands comment on it after they've performed, it's the reason everyone wants to play at our venue."She said a wake at The Wharf will follow Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Autopsy shows 2 lawyers found dead in Lake Tuscaloosa were electrocuted - AL.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

Darling's husband told police he last saw his wife at 8 a.m. Friday when he left to play golf. He told police that his wife and Whipple were going to the family lake house to sunbathe that morning.Family found the women's belongings on the dock, but the women were missing. That's when family members called Tuscaloosa police. A dive team and lake patrol searched the lake. The bodies of women were found in the lake at around 4:30 a.m.Darling graduated Summa Cum Laude from The University of Alabama with a bachelor's degree in both communications and marketing. While in college, she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, according to her obituary.She and her husband, Chris, lived briefly in Washington D.C. where she obtained her law degree from George Washington University. "Shelly will be remembered for her quick wit, creative spirit, and tender, loving heart for all of God's creatures,'' her obituary reads. "She. Was. Awesome."Darling's funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church in Tuscaloosa.Efforts to obtain funeral information for Whipple weren't immediately successful. Tuscaloosa authorities plan to release more information about the deaths later this morning.

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

One of those was Tennessee Williams’ universally ill-regarded The Gnadiges Fraulein, which Moreno turned into a critical and audience hit for WingSpan at the Bath House Cultural Center in 2006. In 2014, he directed a cast of kids and teens in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Plano’s Fun House Theatre and Film. Critics and audiences were spellbound at the clarity and comic snap the actors (ages 10 to 15) brought to the difficult piece under Moreno’s direction. Hallmarks of Moreno’s directing style were his attention to detail in all aspects of a production, and his ability to challenge actors to be better, no matter how good they thought they were already. Veteran Dallas actor Pam Dougherty starred in Moreno’s productions of Tracy Letts’ massive family drama August: Osage County at WaterTower and at Oklahoma City Rep in 2010. She called the director “a sculptor” who shaped every moment in a play, but in a way that left room for actors to be creative on their own. Playing a hard-drinking older woman in Contemporary Theatre’s 2012 production of The Night of the Iguana, Dallas actor Cindee Mayfield recalled in an interview that Moreno “challenged me to expand into unknown parts of myself and then supported and encouraged me. It was truly an unforgettable experience. He never lost faith in me." Critics often overused the adjectives “superb” and “brilliant” in their praise of Moreno’s directorial efforts, but only because there were no better superlatives. He won every local award for his work many times over. The DFW Critics Forum, which gathers annually to vote on honors for local productions, began giving Moreno an overall award for his entire season of directing assignments in multiple theaters. It was too hard to choose just one. Moreno had been scheduled to return to WaterTower this spring to direct Karen Zacárias’ Native Gardens, but it was announced a few weeks ago that David Lozano, of Dallas’ Cara Mía Theatre Co., would take over, making his directorial debut at the Addison theater. "We at WaterTower Theatre are deeply saddened by the passing of René,” says the company’s new artistic director, Joanie Schultz, in a statement. “He was an important artist in our WaterTower family, and directed work that had an impact on our artists and audiences alike. His presence is something that has marked us all and will remain with us always.” As news of Moreno’s passing was shared on social media, actors offered their memories of working with him. Indie film star Matthew Tompkins recalled being lured back to the stage by Moreno for Stage West’s The Seafarer in 2009. “What a fantastic, singular, powerful experience,” Tompkins wrote on Facebook. “[René] made all of us … better actors, better people, better HUMAN BEINGS.” “He taught me how to be a professional,” posted Kitchen Dog company member Michael Federico. “Making him laugh (and you had to earn it) felt like unlocking a superpower,” wrote actor and drama teacher Clay Wheeler, who was in Moreno’s 2011 Shakespeare Dallas production of As You Like It. Moreno is survived by his longtime partner Charles McMullen. The funeral will be 11 am on April 1 at Restland Funeral...

Innis Anne Nolan left her mark on Stouffville - YorkRegion.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Of all cherishes, family members remained a top priority, including son John whose death saddened her greatly; daughter Lynda, (Mrs. Tony Woodbridge), Bath, England; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.   Firefighter honoured For a period of five days, flags at Whitchurch-Stouffville’s fire station No. 51 were lowered to half-mast. This act of respect served as a visible memorial to the late Don Doner, a volunteer firefighter more than 25 years. Mr. Doner died suddenly March 25 as the result of a heart attack. He was 87. Born at Gormley, the son of Clarence and Margaret Doner, Don grew up on the family’s Leslie Street farm, south of Stouffville Road. A skill in perfecting repairs plus expertise in public relations made him a customer favourite at four Stouffville hardware stores — Agnew’s Hardware, (J.K. Agnew); Crest Hardware, (Reg Stouffer); Hendricks Hardware, (Cec Hendricks) and Card’s Hardware, (Graydon Card). At the conclusion of 50 years’ dutiful employment he was presented with a coveted gold hammer by the Canadian Hardware Association. Following retirement, boating and fishing were favourite pastimes. For Don, wife Marian was the light of his life. They were married in 1951 and lived to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. His family too were subjects of much pride and joy — son Barry and daughter-in-law Laurie, Oshawa; daughter Sharon, Stouffville; grandchildren Jeremy, Katie, Nicholas and the recent arrival of a great-grandson; sister Helen (Dyck), Gormley; sister-in-law Dorothy Doner; brother-in-law Harrison Schlicter, Parkview Home and close friend Faye Christensen also of Parkview. Hundreds attended Sunday’s visitation at the O’Neill Funeral Home and Monday’s funeral conducted by pastor Tim Soukup at EastRidge Evangelical Missionary Church where  Don had earlier served as  leader of the boys’ brigade and head usher. He was interred at the Stouffville Cemetery.             ...

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TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Aug. 5; Little Ozzy (Ozzy Osbourne tribute), Aug. 12; Epica, Lununa Coil, Insomnium, Sept. 5; Venom Inc., Goatwhore, Toxic Holocaust, Sept. 7; VNV Nation, Sept. 21; Gogol Bordello, Sept. 25; Ghost Bath, Sept. 25; Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist, Polyphia, Sept. 27; Lords of Acid, Combichrist, Sept. 29; KMFDM, Ohgr, Lord of the Lost, Oct. 4. Visit www.clevelandagora.com.Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Paramore, Best Coast, Oct. 15. Call 330-253-2488 or visit www.akroncivic.com.Beachland Ballroom: 15711 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, presents The Ragbirds, Shawn and Shelby, June 9; Will Hoge, Tom Evanchuck, June 10; Peter Brotzmann Duo, Taddeo-Sopko Duo, June 10; Rebecca Wohlever & The Hopewell, The Tome Katlees, Maddie Finn & The Whiskey Hollow, June 11, Bent Knee, The Village Bicycle, Axon-Neuron, June 11; Damien Jurado, Sam Goodwill, June 12; Katmaz, Brett Fromson and Jimmy Villaflor, Dylan Jones, June 12; Mary Timony Plays Helium, Noveller, June 13; Lespecial, Bypass Circuit, June 13; Myth & Company, M. Moody, June 14; Nikki Hill, June 15; Bella Sin, Noella Deville, Bee Awkard, Ivana Lyftya and more, June 16; Chris Wild, Hamilton Handshake, White Buffalo Woman, June 16; Red Rose Panic, Treespeak, Psychic Relic, Ebb N Flow, Coup De Grace, June 17; Moon Rocks, Mister Moon, Garbage Greek, June 17; Rock N/ Rummage Flea Market, June 17; The Iron Maidens, Chemkill, June 18; The Giving Tree Band, The Cerny Brothers, June 18; Selwyn Birchwood, Austin Walkin Cane, June 20; Ghost Wolves, Duo Decibel System, Kiss Me Deadly, June 21; Ward Davis, June 22; Watershed, Brave Bones, June 22; Into the Blue, June 23; Fletchers Grove, The Cat’s Meow, June 23; The Moxies, Modernism, Twin Atomic, AJ and the Woods, Jordan Thompson, June 24; Paper Morning, Sait Light, June 24; Bloodshot Bill, Johnny and the Apple Stompers, June 25; The Lustre Kings, The Del Rios, June 26; Dustbowl Revival, Maura Rogers and The Bellows, June 27; Marshall Crenshaw Y Los StraitJackets, June 28; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; Pokey LaFarge, Hackensaw Boys, June 30; Daniel Romano, M. Ross Perkins, July 1; Jared & the Mill, Canyon Spells, July 2; Okilly Dokilly, Hostile Omish, July 3; Five Alarm Funk, July 5; Vicki Chew, Anita Herczog and Friends, July 6; Post Animal, July 7; Los Lonley Boys, July 9; Vesperteen, Spirit of the Bear, Attack Cat, July 8; Oh Pep, The Movies, July 10; Chicano Batman, Brainstory, July 11; Behold the Brave, In The Whale, July 11; The Seldom Scene, Brand New Hat, July 13; Aaron Lee Tasjan, Erica Blinn, July 13; The Deep End, July 14; Whores, Child Bite, LoPan, July 15; Levi Platero, July 16; Tristen, July 17; Waxahatchee, SnailMail, July 18; Zach Deputy, Wanyama, July 20; Whitey Morgan, July 21; Bad Bad Hats, July 21...

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

De Lane Lea and Trident.TOP VENUE: Tavistock's The WharfJust before his death Stephen had been promoting his latest loudspeakers and giving presentations at leading studios including Real World, in Bath, and British Grove, in London.It is understood Stephen's death was sudden and followed a fall at his Westcountry home.Read next: Man raped girl next to toyshop car parkEllie Hudson, The Wharf's press and publicity officer, described Stephen as a "genius character".She said: "He was a very down to earth man, didn't name-drop at all, it was left to others to talk about his achievements."He was solely responsible for building the incredible sound system at The Wharf and so many bands comment on it after they've performed, it's the reason everyone wants to play at our venue."She said a wake at The Wharf will follow Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Autopsy shows 2 lawyers found dead in Lake Tuscaloosa were electrocuted - AL.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

Darling's husband told police he last saw his wife at 8 a.m. Friday when he left to play golf. He told police that his wife and Whipple were going to the family lake house to sunbathe that morning.Family found the women's belongings on the dock, but the women were missing. That's when family members called Tuscaloosa police. A dive team and lake patrol searched the lake. The bodies of women were found in the lake at around 4:30 a.m.Darling graduated Summa Cum Laude from The University of Alabama with a bachelor's degree in both communications and marketing. While in college, she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, according to her obituary.She and her husband, Chris, lived briefly in Washington D.C. where she obtained her law degree from George Washington University. "Shelly will be remembered for her quick wit, creative spirit, and tender, loving heart for all of God's creatures,'' her obituary reads. "She. Was. Awesome."Darling's funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church in Tuscaloosa.Efforts to obtain funeral information for Whipple weren't immediately successful. Tuscaloosa authorities plan to release more information about the deaths later this morning.

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

One of those was Tennessee Williams’ universally ill-regarded The Gnadiges Fraulein, which Moreno turned into a critical and audience hit for WingSpan at the Bath House Cultural Center in 2006. In 2014, he directed a cast of kids and teens in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Plano’s Fun House Theatre and Film. Critics and audiences were spellbound at the clarity and comic snap the actors (ages 10 to 15) brought to the difficult piece under Moreno’s direction. Hallmarks of Moreno’s directing style were his attention to detail in all aspects of a production, and his ability to challenge actors to be better, no matter how good they thought they were already. Veteran Dallas actor Pam Dougherty starred in Moreno’s productions of Tracy Letts’ massive family drama August: Osage County at WaterTower and at Oklahoma City Rep in 2010. She called the director “a sculptor” who shaped every moment in a play, but in a way that left room for actors to be creative on their own. Playing a hard-drinking older woman in Contemporary Theatre’s 2012 production of The Night of the Iguana, Dallas actor Cindee Mayfield recalled in an interview that Moreno “challenged me to expand into unknown parts of myself and then supported and encouraged me. It was truly an unforgettable experience. He never lost faith in me." Critics often overused the adjectives “superb” and “brilliant” in their praise of Moreno’s directorial efforts, but only because there were no better superlatives. He won every local award for his work many times over. The DFW Critics Forum, which gathers annually to vote on honors for local productions, began giving Moreno an overall award for his entire season of directing assignments in multiple theaters. It was too hard to choose just one. Moreno had been scheduled to return to WaterTower this spring to direct Karen Zacárias’ Native Gardens, but it was announced a few weeks ago that David Lozano, of Dallas’ Cara Mía Theatre Co., would take over, making his directorial debut at the Addison theater. "We at WaterTower Theatre are deeply saddened by the passing of René,” says the company’s new artistic director, Joanie Schultz, in a statement. “He was an important artist in our WaterTower family, and directed work that had an impact on our artists and audiences alike. His presence is something that has marked us all and will remain with us always.” As news of Moreno’s passing was shared on social media, actors offered their memories of working with him. Indie film star Matthew Tompkins recalled being lured back to the stage by Moreno for Stage West’s The Seafarer in 2009. “What a fantastic, singular, powerful experience,” Tompkins wrote on Facebook. “[René] made all of us … better actors, better people, better HUMAN BEINGS.” “He taught me how to be a professional,” posted Kitchen Dog company member Michael Federico. “Making him laugh (and you had to earn it) felt like unlocking a superpower,” wrote actor and drama teacher Clay Wheeler, who was in Moreno’s 2011 Shakespeare Dallas production of As You Like It. Moreno is survived by his longtime partner Charles McMullen. The funeral will be 11 am on April 1 at Restland Funeral...

Innis Anne Nolan left her mark on Stouffville - YorkRegion.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Of all cherishes, family members remained a top priority, including son John whose death saddened her greatly; daughter Lynda, (Mrs. Tony Woodbridge), Bath, England; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.   Firefighter honoured For a period of five days, flags at Whitchurch-Stouffville’s fire station No. 51 were lowered to half-mast. This act of respect served as a visible memorial to the late Don Doner, a volunteer firefighter more than 25 years. Mr. Doner died suddenly March 25 as the result of a heart attack. He was 87. Born at Gormley, the son of Clarence and Margaret Doner, Don grew up on the family’s Leslie Street farm, south of Stouffville Road. A skill in perfecting repairs plus expertise in public relations made him a customer favourite at four Stouffville hardware stores — Agnew’s Hardware, (J.K. Agnew); Crest Hardware, (Reg Stouffer); Hendricks Hardware, (Cec Hendricks) and Card’s Hardware, (Graydon Card). At the conclusion of 50 years’ dutiful employment he was presented with a coveted gold hammer by the Canadian Hardware Association. Following retirement, boating and fishing were favourite pastimes. For Don, wife Marian was the light of his life. They were married in 1951 and lived to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. His family too were subjects of much pride and joy — son Barry and daughter-in-law Laurie, Oshawa; daughter Sharon, Stouffville; grandchildren Jeremy, Katie, Nicholas and the recent arrival of a great-grandson; sister Helen (Dyck), Gormley; sister-in-law Dorothy Doner; brother-in-law Harrison Schlicter, Parkview Home and close friend Faye Christensen also of Parkview. Hundreds attended Sunday’s visitation at the O’Neill Funeral Home and Monday’s funeral conducted by pastor Tim Soukup at EastRidge Evangelical Missionary Church where  Don had earlier served as  leader of the boys’ brigade and head usher. He was interred at the Stouffville Cemetery.             ...