RIVERSIDE: Family and friends embrace the life of Tyler Lewellen



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Friends and family of Tyler Lewellen, the Arlington High School football player who died a week ago following an injury during a scrimmage, remembered him at his funeral which was at the Grove Community Church in Riverside on Saturday, Sept. 7.

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North Massapequa, Long Island, New York, Signal 10 Building Fire, March 31, 2014



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The North Massapequa Fire Department was alerted to a building fire around 14:30 hours on March 31, 2014, at Island Recreational, 1059 Hicksville Rd. First arriving Chief officers transmitted smoke showing upon their arrival, quickly after that the working fire was transmitted. Mutual aid was requested from; Bethpage, Massapequa, Levittown, Wantagh, South Farmingdale, Seaford, & East Meadow to the scene. Several other departments were requested to stand by. Any one wanting a copy of the raw video please email me at [email protected]

Fayette Street (Santa Fe, NM) to Agua Fria Street (New Mexico)



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Watch in 720p full-screen to view map info. Visit for more info. – Waypoints: 0:17 Camino Sierra Vista
0:19 Pablina Street
0:30 Errett Street
0:30 Hickox Street
0:32 Paulin Street
0:33 Saint Annes Church
0:36 Alicia Street
0:39 Salazar Street
0:42 Cortez Street
0:50 Onate Street
1:03 Franklin Avenue
1:17 Kathryn Avenue
1:24 Franklin Place
1:24 Kathryn Place
1:26 Agua Fria Street
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Fayette Street (New Mexico) to Agua Fria Street
Jul 2011

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SOFIA WYLIE PRESENTS – THISisME – Tribute to the Feature Film “The Greatest Showman”



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SOFIA WYLIE PRESENTS – THISisME – Tribute to the Feature Film “The Greatest Showman” TAG them in the comments @greatestshowman @thehughjackman @zendaya @zacefron

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Born in Scottsdale Arizona, Sofia has an accomplished resume at such a young age. Growing up Sofia had an innate gift in performing and it was not long before Sofia’s talent were spotted while dancing for Justin Bieber and on America’s got Talent that she was encouraged to try acting professionally.

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Sofia’s role as Buffy Driscoll on the award winning Disney Channel hit series Andi Mack (2017) helped Sofia win her first lead in the feature film, “Back of the Net” (2018). Sofia other television credits include roles on Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn” and “School of Rock”.

Sofia wants to expand her love of entertainment, and hopes to write, direct and produce her own films in the future.

In her free time, Sofia loves to binge watch entire TV series at home with her mother, eat gluten free pizza and shop. Sofia lives with her parents and sister who was a winner on the Food Network’s “Chopped Junior” cooking competition. She also loves her Teacup Yorkie named “Baby Violet”.

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Location: Church and State Salt Lake City Utah #thegreatestshowman 😘This is for one of my idols – @zendaya #thegreatestshowman #zacefron #zendaya #hughjackman #featurefilm

PETRA – Not Of This World



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Classic Christian Rock at its best! Subscribe for more great music!

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Petra is one of the most successful Christian rock bands ever, a veritable institution whose name (taken from the Greek word for “rock”) has come to reflect not only their music, but their staying power as well, even in spite of Christian radio’s reluctance to program their brand of loud, slick arena-rock. Petra was formed in 1972 by guitarist Bob Hartman, who was attending the Christian Training Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana at the time; he recruited several fellow students — guitarist/vocalist Greg Hough, bassist John DeGroff, and drummer Bill Glover — to his cause, and the group began playing around the Fort Wayne area with backing from their school.

Petra encountered early resistance to the very idea of Christian rock from many local churches, who held that the rock & roll sound was inherently evil; nevertheless, the group proved popular with younger Christians, and was signed to the Word Records subsidiary Myrrh in 1973. Their self-titled debut was released in 1974, and was more similar to the California country-rock of the Eagles than to the arena-rock that would dominate most of their career. The follow-up, Come and Join Us, did not appear until 1977, but it featured strong contributions from lead vocalist Greg Volz, as well as a harder-rocking sound.

Petra’s lineup fluctuated over the next several years; in spite of the instability, they managed to record their first breakthrough effort, Washes Whiter Than, in 1979, which featured the Christian radio hit “Why Should the Father Bother.” When the dust finally settled, the group consisted of Hartman, Volz, keyboardist John Slick, bassist Mark Kelly, and drummer Louie Weaver. The albums Never Say Die (1981), More Power to Ya (1982), and Not of This World (1983) did much to popularize the group, and in 1984, they were rewarded with a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Gospel Group and two Dove Award nominations (the first of many). For 1985’s Beat the System, ex-Joe English Band keyboardist John Lawry replaced Slick; in 1986, Greg Volz left Petra for a solo career, and former Head East singer John Schlitt assumed vocal duties for Back to the Street. 1987’s This Means War marked a successful transition to a less polished brand of rock & roll; subsequent efforts like 1988’s On Fire!, which debuted bassist Ronny Cates, brandished a heavier guitar onslaught in the wake of Stryper’s success as a Christian metal band, although Petra never neglected their trademark lush ballads. Petra has soldiered on through the 1990s with few signs of slowing down; 1995 saw Lawry replaced by Jim Cooper, as well as the addition of guitarist David J. Lichens. Subsequent efforts include 1998’s God Fixation and 2000’s Double Take. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide