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Ackley and Ross Funeral Home
73 West Main Street
Cambridge , NY 12816
(518) 677-3234
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Chris Galt's All Up In Your Venue, Recording Your Bands - Dallas Observer (blog)

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
He's not only run sound, but tackled the backbreaking chore of recording bands live all over Dallas, at places like LaGrange, Double Wide and House of Blues' Cambridge room; in Fort Worth at Wherehouse, Lola's and The Grotto; and in Denton at Andy's, Dan's Silverleaf and Abbey Underground. It's quite a difficult mission, but he's good at it. It's also a monumental way to capture and archive some of DFW's great local music performances. So live recordings are your passion. Seems like a challenging endeavor for the lower-budget world of the local music scene.I really do love recording the evolution and progress of dynamic bands and performers, whether that be in a Double Wide trailer, like I did with The Phuss, or at The Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff to record Allan Holdsworth. Or Trebuchet in a cool loft on the Square in Denton, around Christmas for a DVD performance, where we tracked live. It sounds so cool. That's currently being mixed. Coming soon! Anyway, as a student at Mediatech, I was able to record in a multichannel environment. At the time, it was housed at the legendary Dallas Sound Lab. So, as you can imagine, with that as my training ground, it was easy to get spoiled with luxuries the big dogs have. Not to mention their incredible recording truck. That's how it's done, son. However, I'm not afraid to step outside of tradition to see if I can keep my footing. In 2009, I got myself a Presonus Studiolive 16-channel board from Greg Narkiewicz at Sound Production...

Dmitri Nabokov, Steward of His Father’s Literary Legacy, Dies at 77

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
New York. Mr. Nabokov concentrated on history and literature at Harvard and graduated in 1955. He also began training for the opera at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Mass. In the late 1950s, Mr. Nabokov helped his father translate his novel “Invitation to a Beheading.” In 1959 he traveled to Italy and began training with a singing coach at La Scala in Milan. He later made his operatic debut in “La Bohème” alongside Luciano Pavarotti, then a novice tenor. An imposing presence onstage at well over six feet tall, he continued to sing professionally until 1982. He also raced cars competitively until 1965. In 1986, he published his translation of “The Enchanter,” a never-published 1939 novella by his father widely considered a forerunner of “Lolita.” After his mother died in 1991, Mr. Nabokov moved into her apartment in Montreux, where he oversaw the Nabokov estate and where he lived at his death. He never married and has no immediate survivors. In his memoir, Mr. Nabokov recalled one of his last exchanges with his father, who died in 1977. They spoke of butterflies, and of a bucolic valley near their home in Switzerland that they had always meant to explore. “Tears suddenly welled in Father’s eyes,” Mr. Nabokov wrote. “I asked him why. He replied that a certain butterfly was already on the wing; and his eyes told me he no longer hoped that he would live to pursue it again. Nor would he ever visit that enchanted mountain valley on the far side of the lake. But perhaps, in Father’s memory, I shall.” ... (New York Times)

Verne M. Schwab - Palladium-Item

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Mike (Lori) Schwab of Fountain City; daughter, Christine (Bruce) Walters of Richmond; six grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Betty Weilenman of Cambridge City and Cleo Durham of Richmond; and brother, Conley Schwab of Lynn. He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Timothy R. Schwab; and brother, William E. Schwab. Visitation for Verne M. Schwab will be from 9 to 11:00 a.m. Monday, January 30, 2012, at Doan & Mills Funeral Home, 790 National Road West, Richmond. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday, January 30, 2012, at Doan & Mills Funeral Home with Rev. Ray McCrary officiating. Burial will be in Elkhorn Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at www.doanmillsfuneralhome.com ...

Christine M. Haynes - The Free Lance-Star

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
University of Tulsa in 1941. She married H.C. Haynes of Clarksburg, W.Va., in 1942 and is survived by her five children from that union: Robert Alexander Haynes III of Cambridge, Md., David Read Haynes of Wrightsville, Pa., Sarah Haynes Cowan of Fredericksburg, Richard Blackmur Haynes of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Diana Haynes Runyon of Boca Grande, Fla. In addition to seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Chris is also survived by many nieces and nephews; and one first cousin, Jane Minshall of San Diego, Calif. Chris was preceded in death by her three siblings, Paul L. Minshall, E.R. "Buzzy" Minshall Jr. and Virginia Minshall Zehring. Chris was the niece of Marie Selby of Sarasota, Fla. Like her Aunt Marie (one of whose endowments created the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens), Chris inherited a great love of plants and gardening. Chris, a Master Gardener, was instrumental in the establishment of the Heathcote Botanical Gardens of Fort Pierce, Fla., having been a major contributor to that organization's vision, labor and resources.

Christine M. Haynes - The Free Lance-Star

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
University of Tulsa in 1941. She married H.C. Haynes of Clarksburg, W.Va., in 1942 and is survived by her five children from that union: Robert Alexander Haynes III of Cambridge, Md., David Read Haynes of Wrightsville, Pa., Sarah Haynes Cowan of Fredericksburg, Richard Blackmur Haynes of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Diana Haynes Runyon of Boca Grande, Fla. In addition to seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, Chris is also survived by many nieces and nephews; and one first cousin, Jane Minshall of San Diego, Calif. Chris was preceded in death by her three siblings, Paul L. Minshall, E.R. "Buzzy" Minshall Jr. and Virginia Minshall Zehring. Chris was the niece of Marie Selby of Sarasota, Fla. Like her Aunt Marie (one of whose endowments created the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens), Chris inherited a great love of plants and gardening. Chris, a Master Gardener, was instrumental in the establishment of the Heathcote Botanical Gardens of Fort Pierce, Fla., having been a major contributor to that organization's vision, labor and resources.

Anna Marie Jaeger Shifman - People's Tribune

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
There, Anna attended Lower Merion High School and after graduating from there and from Blackstone College, Blackstone, Va., she married her first husband, Homer H. Hewitt.Anna accompanied Homer to Cambridge, Mass., where he studied law at Harvard. As a young lawyer, Homer joined his father’s Philadelphia law firm, and the couple lived on the nearby Main Line. The marriage produced two daughters, Lori Linn and Gayle Suzanne before ending in divorce.In 1969 Anna married Joseph Shifman, a widower, who also had two children. Joe is an engineer, who was a pioneer in computer development and who worked at the Burroughs Corporation research facility on the Main Line. After moving to corporate headquarters in Detroit, Mich., Joe was promoted to head engineering product development in the United Kingdom and Anna and Joe made their way to Guilford, Surrey, England. Subsequently, they returned to America and lived in Birmingham, Mich., (twice) and on Long Island, N.Y.Joe re...

The life of Christopher Hitchens - The Periscope Post

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
But I like surprises.” Hitchens on atheism, quoted in The Daily Telegraph. He  was born in Portsmouth, in 1949, to a naval commander, and went to the Leys School, Cambridge, and read PPE at Balliol College, Oxford University (where he got a third). A bisexual, he once said that he’d given up having sex with men because he’d lost his looks and no man would have him. He is the brother of right wing journalist Peter Hitchens, with whom he had a bust up, but was recently reconciled. Hitchens is survived by his wife, Carol, and their children, as well as two children from a previous marriage. His career has been noted for his flamboyance, originality and wit – but there was a darker side. Obituaries mourn a fearsome intellect. “Those who read him felt they knew him, and those who knew him were profoundly fortunate souls,” said Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair, quoted on the BBC . A double life. He was a “self-confessed contrarian,” said the obituary in The Daily Telegraph, a man who could always be “relied upon to provide a stream of serious but witty put-downs.”  A “campaigning left-wing socialist,” he also spent his nights “wining and dining” and loved drink and argument. Writer Martin Amis said  of Christopher Hitc...

2012 Olympic parties set near Kensington Palace - San Francisco Chronicle

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
The site is adjacent to Kensington Palace, which will be the London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge beginning in 2013. A planning application lodged with local authorities shows that Eventica, a company with offices in London and Moscow, hopes to construct a temporary national pavilion on the field during the Summer Games, which run from July 27 to Aug. 12. ELSEWHERE California returns to IndyCar schedule The IndyCar schedule will have a different look in 2012. China will host its first race Aug. 19, series officials have put Detroit and Fontana (San Bernardino County) back on the schedule, and only four of 15 races are slated...

Craigslist slayings stun authorities and anger residents of tiny Noble County - Plain Dealer (blog)

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
He told family and friends about the job offer on his Facebook page Nov. 10, according to a report in the Akron Beacon Journal: "A good offer but strange. The job is to watch over 680 acres south of Cambridge. Odd jobs and such but mainly just secure it. Trailer, utilities, salary. Drawbacks? No cell phone service, kids up here, and I have to move this Sunday." "He wanted to do this for his family," said Kern's father, Jack. "He was looking out for them." Previous coverage Possible Craigslist victim identified as Akron man (Dec. 3, 2011) Federal officials prepare to charge man in Craigslist slayings (Dec. 1) Teen accused in Craigslist killing scheme is 'scared little boy,' says mom (Nov. 29) Missing Massillon man identified as person found buried behind Rolling Acres Mall (Nov. 26) Investigators find two bodies, seek to determine if they're linked to Craigslist case (Nov. 25) 16-year-old charged in case of Craigslist jobseeker found dead in Ohio grave (Nov. 18) Kern was divorced and had three sons. • Davis, formerly of Canton, lived in South Carolina. Authorities have declined to discuss him, not even releasing his name. Some of his family lives in Canton, though little else is known about him. His sister, Kim Minor, declined to comment about her brother, saying the FBI suggested nothing be said to reporters. She said he was recuperating from his injuries and doing well. Beasley in legal trouble before Craigslist case A complete account of the Craigslist mystery is nearly impossible, as a Noble County judge placed a gag order on investigators and attorneys speaking about th...

Johannes J. 'Joe' Freese — Austin

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Pa., Sheryl (Delwin) Root and Lori (Dallas) Lemmen, all of Waseca; daughter-in-law, Karen Freese of Austin; eight grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Rosemary Freese of Cambridge; and many other relatives and friends.He is preceded in death by his son, Thomas; parents, Jakob and Trientje Freese; seven brothers, Jake, John, Herman, George, Frank, Diedrich and Arnold Freese; and three sisters, Theresa Nelson, Henrietta Freese and Siefer “Mick” Stark.Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Austin, with Rev. Tom Ogilvie officiating. Interment will follow the service in Grandview Cemetery, with military honors by the members of American Legion Post 91 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1216. Visitation will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Worlein Funeral Home in Austin, and one hour prior to the service at the church on Wednesday.Casketbearers will be Adam Freese, Jared Freese, Jacob Lemmen, Kenny Freese, Barry Coughlin and Ward Freese.Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.worlein.com. (Post Bulletin)




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