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Join Tory Rush and Michele Villery as they talk to Dawn of the Dead stars Jeanie Jeffries and Jim Krut on Thursday, June 18th at 8 pm EST. They'll talk about working with George Romero, stories from the set and more!!!
The Gospel Imperials The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary Saturday, July 25
at 5:00pm in CDT Draper Memorial Church of God in Christ
313 Beirne Ave NE, Huntsville, Alabama 35801
JULY 25 The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary
Marcellus Bostic & Pursuaded Music Ministry
Members: Marcellus Bostic - Founder & Director Sopranos: Ethel Campbell, Charlotte Jones, Tammy Poole, Minister Angelia Cooper, Nisha Hutchinson, Allison Brazelton Altos: Stephanie Haynes, Brittany Holman, Jamonica England, Kendria England, Kim Hammonds, Tasha Byers Tenors: Deacon Lonnie Cawthorne, Tory Jones, Delfonso Mack, Kenneth Alexander, Alvin Brown, James Gatewood Musicians: William Pendleton, Keyboard Jonathan Brown, Auxiliary Tevin Adkins, Keyboard Jonathan Bender, Organist Terrance Griffin, Bass Guitar Steven Blackmon, Percussionist
Genre: Gospel Hometown: Madison, AL
Joffrey D. MooreAlabama Mass Choir - River Region/Central Alabama District
This region of the Alabama Mass Choir covers the following counties Montgomery, Elmore, Autauga, Macon, Lowndes, Dallas, Lee, Pike, Butler, and Bullock.
Minister Joffrey D. Moore, Regional Minister of Music.
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Join Tory Rush and Michele Villery as they talk to Dark MoonComics author Tom Freeman about his motion comic on Thursday June 11th at 8 pm EST
Layton is a mystery/suspense/thriller writer and the author of the bestselling Dominic Grey series, as well as other works of fiction. His novels have been nominated for several awards (including a finalist for an International Thriller Award) and have reached #1 on numerous genre lists in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. His latest novel, The Shadow Cartel, was a #2 bestseller on Amazon UK.
In addition to writing, Layton attended law school in New Orleans and was a practicing attorney for the better part of a decade. He has also been an intern for the United Nations, an ESL teacher in Central America, a bartender in London, a seller of cheap knives on the streets of Brixton, a door to door phone book deliverer in Florida, and the list goes downhill from there.
Layton lives with his wife and children in North Carolina. Please visit him on Facebook, Goodreads, Library Thing, or on his website at www.laytongreen.com.
Tory Allyn currently resides in Upstate New York. Although born in Syracuse, he was raised in the quaint town of Baldwinsville with his brother and two sisters, who drove him into becoming the crazy person he is today. As a child, he made up many a tale. Some funny; others dark and brooding, but all started him on the path to writing. Today, his nephew, lovingly referred to as The Monster Child, is his partner in crime. Most days, you will see them playing ball at a nearby park, going for a dip in the backyard pool or snowboarding on a popular mountainside. Tory has written his first novel titled, ALTER EGO, has completed a second novel titled, ALTERED STATE, and is currently working on the third which will be titled, ALTER BOUND. All three are a series entitled, THE DAVENPORT DECREES.
The Conservatives have a two point lead over Labour in the latest Lord Ashcroft poll but the two parties are neck-and-neck in YouGov and Populus polls.Lord Ashcroft's national poll shows the Conservatives down four points but still leading Labour who are unchanged.Telegraph Jim Messina, President Barack Obama’s campaign manager in 2012, was hired by Britain’s Conservative Party in 2013 to help David Cameron and company win the general election. The excitement level rose in 2014 when David Axelrod, chief campaign adviser to Obama, signed on— for a reported £300,000 (€409,000 or $454,000) — to advise Ed Miliband and the Labour Party.Politico
new TNS poll:
LAB 32 per cent (-1)
CON 33 per cent (-1)
LIB DEM 8 per cent (+1)
UKIP 14 per cent (-1)
GREEN 6 per cent (+1)
OTHER 6 per cent (+1)
Turnout is projected at 69 per cent