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Claude R Boyd Spencer Funeral Home
448 West Main Street
Babylon , NY 11702
(631) 669-2400
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Edie Stevenson Dies at 81; Wrote ‘Let’s Get Mikey’ Ad

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Life cereal is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Edythe Vaughan Stevenson was born on Sept. 18, 1930, in Morristown, N.J., and grew up on Long Island. She graduated from Babylon High School in Suffolk County and in 1949 married Jack Mann, a sportswriter and editor. They divorced in 1966, and Ms. Stevenson landed a job through a friend as a junior copywriter trainee at Doyle Dane Bernbach. During her time there, she worked on campaigns for Volkswagen, Smirnoff vodka and Cutty Sark Scotch. She retired as senior vice president at Ephron, Raboy & Tsao in 1989. In addition to her daughter, she is survived by her longtime partner, Gordon H. Price; two sisters, Daphne Stevenson Penttinen and Adelita Stevenson Moore; three sons, Steven, David and Donald Mann; and five grandchildren. She also leaves a cat, Mikey. (New York Times)

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
The two-day festival will run from noon-11 p.m. Saturday, noon-10 p.m. Sunday. Headliners are Andrew & Wada Blood on Saturday, Fortunate Youth on Sunday. The bill includes One Destiny, Ashes of Babylon, Carlton Pride & Zion, Radio La Chusma, The Bad Chords, River City All-Stars, Piñata Protest, Spies Like Us, Indignis, Bonsai Nation, Jah Lion, Jah P and DJs Nandez, Outlaw, Dish 1 and Ivor. With that lineup there’s roots reggae, ska and more. It’s an all-ages, family-friendly event with a play area for kids. Patrons are asked to bring nonperishable food items for the San Antonio Food Bank. www.sanantonioreggae.com. Earl Poole Ball at Gruene Hall (1 p.m.). Here’s yet another example why Gruene Hall is a legendary venue. The free afternoon music is often better than the nighttime cover-charge shows at other places. Pianist/songwriter Ball has a list of credits a mile long. He has worked with Buck Owens, the Byrds, Johnny Cash, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Merle Haggard and dozens of others. A regular member of the Lucky Tomblin Band, Ball recruits excellent players when he steps out as a leader. Helotes guitar ace Rick “Casper” Rawls will be working with Ball at Gruene Hall so there’ll be some fancy ivory tickling and some slick guitar picking. Matt Harlan, Art & Lisa at Olmos Bharmacy. It’s the finale of the Acoustic Medicine music series, an eight-event series that brought first-class singer/songwriter sounds into the old corner pharmacy. Openers Art & Lisa, from Bandera, are regulars on the area acoustic-music front. Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
The two-day festival will run from noon-11 p.m. Saturday, noon-10 p.m. Sunday. Headliners are Andrew & Wada Blood on Saturday, Fortunate Youth on Sunday. The bill includes One Destiny, Ashes of Babylon, Carlton Pride & Zion, Radio La Chusma, The Bad Chords, River City All-Stars, Piñata Protest, Spies Like Us, Indignis, Bonsai Nation, Jah Lion, Jah P and DJs Nandez, Outlaw, Dish 1 and Ivor. With that lineup there’s roots reggae, ska and more. It’s an all-ages, family-friendly event with a play area for kids. Patrons are asked to bring nonperishable food items for the San Antonio Food Bank. www.sanantonioreggae.com. Earl Poole Ball at Gruene Hall (1 p.m.). Here’s yet another example why Gruene Hall is a legendary venue. The free afternoon music is often better than the nighttime cover-charge shows at other places. Pianist/songwriter Ball has a list of credits a mile long. He has worked with Buck Owens, the Byrds, Johnny Cash, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Merle Haggard and dozens of others. A regular member of the Lucky Tomblin Band, Ball recruits excellent players when he steps out as a leader. Helotes guitar ace Rick “Casper” Rawls will be working with Ball at Gruene Hall so there’ll be some fancy ivory tickling and some slick guitar picking. Matt Harlan, Art & Lisa at Olmos Bharmacy. It’s the finale of the Acoustic Medicine music series, an eight-event series that brought first-class singer/songwriter sounds into the old corner pharmacy. Openers Art & Lisa, from Bandera, are regulars on the area acoustic-music front. Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
The two-day festival will run from noon-11 p.m. Saturday, noon-10 p.m. Sunday. Headliners are Andrew & Wada Blood on Saturday, Fortunate Youth on Sunday. The bill includes One Destiny, Ashes of Babylon, Carlton Pride & Zion, Radio La Chusma, The Bad Chords, River City All-Stars, Piñata Protest, Spies Like Us, Indignis, Bonsai Nation, Jah Lion, Jah P and DJs Nandez, Outlaw, Dish 1 and Ivor. With that lineup there’s roots reggae, ska and more. It’s an all-ages, family-friendly event with a play area for kids. Patrons are asked to bring nonperishable food items for the San Antonio Food Bank. www.sanantonioreggae.com. Earl Poole Ball at Gruene Hall (1 p.m.). Here’s yet another example why Gruene Hall is a legendary venue. The free afternoon music is often better than the nighttime cover-charge shows at other places. Pianist/songwriter Ball has a list of credits a mile long. He has worked with Buck Owens, the Byrds, Johnny Cash, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Merle Haggard and dozens of others. A regular member of the Lucky Tomblin Band, Ball recruits excellent players when he steps out as a leader. Helotes guitar ace Rick “Casper” Rawls will be working with Ball at Gruene Hall so there’ll be some fancy ivory tickling and some slick guitar picking. Matt Harlan, Art & Lisa at Olmos Bharmacy. It’s the finale of the Acoustic Medicine music series, an eight-event series that brought first-class singer/songwriter sounds into the old corner pharmacy. Openers Art & Lisa, from Bandera, are regulars on the area acoustic-music front. Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Robert John Bridges - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
He retired to the North Fork nine years ago to be closer to his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife, Arlene; two children, Mark, of West Babylon and Stacey Clausen of Southold; a son-in-law, Jeff Clausen of Southold; a sister, Ann Durst of Greenlawn; a brother, James, of Middle Island; and four grandchildren, Jeffrey Robert Clausen, Kyle Clausen, Dylan Clausen and Andrew Clausen. The family will receive friends Wednesday, Dec. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday, Dec. 15, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Home in Southold. The Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, Dec. 16, at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church in Southold, where he was a communicant. Father Peter Garry will be the celebrant. Interment will follow at Calverton National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Parkinson’s Foundation would be appreciated. This is a paid notice.

Anne Kaelin Hollinger - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
She received her B.A. degree at the College of St. Rose in Albany, N.Y., and her M.A. degree at St. John’s University in Queens, N.Y. Starting her career teaching in Babylon, N.Y., she became a substitute teacher for the Mahwah, N.J., public schools after raising her children. To think of Anne is to think “joyful.” This is her enduring gift to all of us. Visitation was held Monday in Ramsey, N.J. Her funeral Mass was celebrated at Immaculate Conception R.C. Church at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, with interment at Maryrest Cemetery in Mahwah. If desired, donations may be made in Anne’s name to the Multiple Myeloma Research Fund, 383 Main Ave., 5th floor, Norwalk, CT 06851. This is a paid notice.




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