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NCIS enliven 15 spoilers: Muse Watson returning as Mike Franks 11/05/17, via CarterMatt

Muse Watson If you're looking for an NCIS ruin from the past, the news that has for you today should be right up your alley: Muse Watson is returning as Mike Franks! In a new post on his official Twitter account (which you can see below

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Rock bands victorious in battle - LaGrange Daily News

LaGRANGE — Five bands competed Saturday evening at Sweetland Amphitheatre for the 2016 Battle of the Bands, with two emerging victorious. Gossamer, a heavy groove rock band, won for the teenage category with a series of original songs, along with a cover of a song by metal band Slipknot. The band’s influences include Avatar, Offspring, Muse, Slipknot and The Strokes. “I actually asked Bryson (Smith) to start a band like two years ago, but we needed a bass, and then Bryson was like, ‘James (Hunt) does bass,’ so there we go,” said Michael Bailey of Gossamer about the band’s beginning. The Alcotts — an indie, alternative rock band — won the adults age group. They performed as a duo until the beginning of this year when they were joined by guitarist Ralph Groover, bassist Zach Watson and drummer Terry Craft. “It’s so much fun to play at places like this,” said Hoats, referring to Sweetland Amphitheatre. Ultraviolet, an alternative rock band, also performed in the teens category. Ryan Slice was the second person in the adults category to take the stage following The Alcotts. “So listening to rock ‘n’ roll when I was younger, that really did it for me. ”. Slice was accompanied by Jared Davidson of LaGrange High School on the drums. Later in the evening, after a short rain delay, Josh Kimbrell and the Honeybun Band also competed in the adult category. The sixth band slated for the competition, The Soothing Sounds of Raul, was unable to play due to their absent drummer. Last year’s Battle of the Bands winner, Sweet Bay, closed out the night with their performance. The winners received a recording session with Neobolical Records, a LaGrange-based record company that started in 2015 and recorded local artist Daniel Toole’s first album. They also have a chance to perform at Pure Life Studios on Clark Street in LaGrange and next year’s Battle of the Bands.

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Robert Markle (19361990) was an execrable figure on the Canadian cultural scene for almost three decades. His paintings and drawings celebrating the female nude were deemed rude by Ontario courts in 1965, and Markle defended them on national television, emphasizing what he considered a crucial distinction between eroticism and porn. Although Markle was a Mohawk who employed Native symbolism in his later work, he refused to identify himself as a Native painter."Blazing Figures" chronicles Markles boyhood in Hamilton, Ontario, his primeval exposure to the worlds of burlesque and jazz, and, following his expulsion from the Ontario College of Art, his immersion in the Toronto world of painting and music. It recounts his development as a controversial expressionist painter of the figure and a beloved teacher of his craft. After his abandonment of urban life for small-town Ontario, Markle, in the last twenty years of his life, produced his greatest works and formed secret friendships with his fellow painters and with public figures Patrick Watson and Gordon Lightfoot, both of whom were interviewed at length for this book. The order also takes a frank look at Markles complex relationship with his wife and muse that survived his affairs with other women. The only full-length toil written about Robert Markles life and career, "Blazing Figures" is based on Markles copious personal notes and numerous interviews with his family, friends, colleagues, and antediluvian students. This snapshot of Canadian cultural history will be of interest to scholars of art history, Aboriginal studies, and Canadian studies as proficiently as the general reader.

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