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Brenda Allison

Posted: 12 Feb 2018 09:12 PM PST

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[[HRH]] [[Prince Harry]], flirting, publicly yelled to
 
[[HRH]] [[Prince Harry]], flirting, publicly yelled to
Allison "I'll help you." She was struggling with her skirt hem. She described Prince Harry as "sweet and very charming"<ref>LBC radio 2009</ref>
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Allison "I'll help you." She was struggling with her mermaid style, skirt hem. She described Prince Harry as "sweet and very charming"<ref>LBC radio 2009</ref>
 
Allison was a guest on talksport radio being interviewed by presenter [[Andy Goldstein]] [[MBE]].
 
Allison was a guest on talksport radio being interviewed by presenter [[Andy Goldstein]] [[MBE]].
 
There was a webcam on. A viewer tweeted that they could see a knife hovering mid air behind her back. Then people began ringing the show claiming that they too could see the knife hovering. Allison knew that it wasn't her signature. Every psychokinetic has their own signature. It turned out to be a door handle on the door to the studio. She was at home with a relative watching footage when she recalled the layout. The webcam angle wasn't deliberately misleading but people expecting the supernatural tend to see it.<ref>Talksport radio, Andy Goldstein MBE, 21 August, 2010..</ref>
 
There was a webcam on. A viewer tweeted that they could see a knife hovering mid air behind her back. Then people began ringing the show claiming that they too could see the knife hovering. Allison knew that it wasn't her signature. Every psychokinetic has their own signature. It turned out to be a door handle on the door to the studio. She was at home with a relative watching footage when she recalled the layout. The webcam angle wasn't deliberately misleading but people expecting the supernatural tend to see it.<ref>Talksport radio, Andy Goldstein MBE, 21 August, 2010..</ref>

Aminu Alan Waka

Posted: 12 Feb 2018 07:12 PM PST

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Neha Ki Vada Viah

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| picture_format = [[576i]] ([[SDTV]])<br>[[1080i]] ([[HDTV]])
 
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| first_aired = {{Start date|df=yes|2016|12|5}}
 
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}}'''Neha Ki Vada Viah''' is an [[India]]n [[television series]], which premiered on 5 December 2016 on [[Plus TV]]. The show stars [[Asha Negi]] and [[Karan Narula]]. It revolves around Neha who journey and life changes after she gets married to Karan. The show went off air on 5 January 2018.
'''Neha Ki Vada Viah''' is an [[India]]n [[television series]], which premiered on 5 December 2016 on [[Plus TV]]. The show stars [[Asha Negi]] and [[Karan Narula]]. It revolves around Neha who journey and life changes after she gets married to Karan. The show went off air on 5 December 2018.
 
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
''Neha Ki Vada Viah'' is about a Punjabi girl, Neha (Asha Negi) who becomes an aspriring Actress in Bollywood. Her dreams gets shattered after she gets married to the successful model and actor Karan Singh (Karan Narula).
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''Neha Ki Vada Viah'' is about a Punjabi girl, Neha (Asha Negi) who becomes an aspriring Actress in Bollywood. Her dreams gets shattered after she gets married to the successful model and actor Karan Singh (Karan Narula).
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

Ek Sanskaari Dulhari Bahu

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'''''Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?'''''
 
'''''Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?'''''

Shivanya Ki Zindagi

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}}'''Shivanya Ki Zindagi''' is an indian television drama series which started on 23 October 2017 on [[Star Plus]]. It is produced by [[Karan Chaggar]] & Yash Patnaik. The show replaced ''[[Rishta — Ek Vishwaas]]''. The show went off air on 7 February 2018. 
'''Shivanya Ki Zindagi''' is an indian television drama series which started on 23 October 2017 on [[Star Plus]]. It is produced by [[Karan Chaggar]] & Yash Patnaik. The show replaced ''[[Rishta — Ek Vishwaas]]''.
 
   
The show stars [[Sanaya Irani]] & [[Karandeep Singh]].
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The show stars [[Sanaya Irani]] & [[Karandeep Singh]].
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==

Hina Khan (actress)

Posted: 12 Feb 2018 02:30 PM PST

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'''Hina Khan''' (born 2 October 1987)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://daily.bhaskar.com/news/CEL-birthday-treat-here-are-some-unseen-pictures-of-tv-diva-hina-khan-4763640-PHO.html|title=Birthday treat: Here are some unseen pictures of TV diva Hina Khan|work=daily.bhaskar.com|accessdate=25 November 2014}}</ref> is an Indian television actress.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/PICS-Akshara-aka-Hina-Khan-of-Yeh-Rishta-undergoes-a-glamorous-transformation/photostory/59659875.cms|title=PICS: Akshara aka Hina Khan of 'Yeh Rishta...' undergoes a glamorous transformation}}</ref> She played the role of Akshara in ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]''.<ref name=oneindia>{{cite web|url=http://entertainment.oneindia.in/bollywood/news/2014/dadasaheb-phalke-awards-honours-farhan-and-juhi-chawla-138155.html|title=Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Honours Juhi, Farhan Akhtar|work=www.filmibeat.com|accessdate=25 November 2014}}</ref> Khan is the highest earning television actress <ref>{{cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/indian-television-actors-salary-per-month-3037560/|title=11 television stars who earn more than Bollywood actors per month!|date=19 September 2016|publisher=[[The Indian Express]]|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20160925114453/http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/indian-television-actors-salary-per-month-3037560/|archivedate=25 September 2016|accessdate=25 September 2016}}</ref> and earn lot more than her onscreen husband.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mid-day.com/articles/cheque-out-how-much-do-your-favourite-television-stars-earn/16617199|title=Cheque out! How much do your favourite television stars earn?|date=19 October 2015|publisher=[[Mid Day]]|archiveurl=|archivedate=|accessdate=2 October 2016}}</ref> She was seen in ''[[Dance Ki Takkar]]'' 1 and was eliminated sixth.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|title=I am very exicted: Hina Khan|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=7 December 2013}}</ref> She was the 1st runner-up in both ''[[Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8]]'' and ''[[Bigg Boss 11]]'' which was telecasted on [[Colours (TV channel)|Colors TV]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/bigg-boss-11-shilpa-shinde-to-hina-khan-celebs-to-be-locked-inside-the-house/photostory/60899515.cms|title=Bigg Boss 11: Shilpa Shinde to Hina Khan, celebs to be locked inside the house {{!}} The Times of India|website=The Times of India|access-date=2017-12-28}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bigg-boss/rocky-is-my-greatest-strength-will-miss-him-most-in-the-bigg-boss-11-house-hina-khan-4868813/|title=Rocky is my greatest strength, will miss him most in the Bigg Boss 11 house: Hina Khan}}</ref>
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'''Hina Khan''' (born 2 October 1987)<ref>{{cite web|url=http://daily.bhaskar.com/news/CEL-birthday-treat-here-are-some-unseen-pictures-of-tv-diva-hina-khan-4763640-PHO.html|title=Birthday treat: Here are some unseen pictures of TV diva Hina Khan|work=daily.bhaskar.com|accessdate=25 November 2014}}</ref> is an Indian television actress.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/PICS-Akshara-aka-Hina-Khan-of-Yeh-Rishta-undergoes-a-glamorous-transformation/photostory/59659875.cms|title=PICS: Akshara aka Hina Khan of 'Yeh Rishta...' undergoes a glamorous transformation}}</ref> She played the role of Akshara in ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]''.<ref name=oneindia>{{cite web|url=http://entertainment.oneindia.in/bollywood/news/2014/dadasaheb-phalke-awards-honours-farhan-and-juhi-chawla-138155.html|title=Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Honours Juhi, Farhan Akhtar|work=www.filmibeat.com|accessdate=25 November 2014}}</ref> Khan is the highest earning television actress <ref>{{cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/indian-television-actors-salary-per-month-3037560/|title=11 television stars who earn more than Bollywood actors per month!|date=19 September 2016|publisher=[[The Indian Express]]|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20160925114453/http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/television/indian-television-actors-salary-per-month-3037560/|archivedate=25 September 2016|accessdate=25 September 2016}}</ref> and earn lot more than her onscreen husband.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mid-day.com/articles/cheque-out-how-much-do-your-favourite-television-stars-earn/16617199|title=Cheque out! How much do your favourite television stars earn?|date=19 October 2015|publisher=[[Mid Day]]|archiveurl=|archivedate=|accessdate=2 October 2016}}</ref> She was seen in ''[[Dance Ki Takkar]]'' 1 and was eliminated sixth.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/priyanka-chopra-regains-sexiest-asian-crown-in-uk/1/405080.html|title=I am very exicted: Hina Khan|publisher=[[India Today]]|accessdate=7 December 2013}}</ref> She was the 1st runner-up in both ''[[Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8]]'' and ''[[Bigg Boss 11]]'' which was telecasted on [[Colours (TV channel)|Colors TV]] in 2017.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/bigg-boss-11-shilpa-shinde-to-hina-khan-celebs-to-be-locked-inside-the-house/photostory/60899515.cms|title=Bigg Boss 11: Shilpa Shinde to Hina Khan, celebs to be locked inside the house {{!}} The Times of India|website=The Times of India|access-date=2017-12-28}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bigg-boss/rocky-is-my-greatest-strength-will-miss-him-most-in-the-bigg-boss-11-house-hina-khan-4868813/|title=Rocky is my greatest strength, will miss him most in the Bigg Boss 11 house: Hina Khan}}</ref>
   
 
==Early life==
 
==Early life==

Sahib Chaggar Productions

Posted: 12 Feb 2018 02:29 PM PST

Hina Khan (actress)

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== Career ==
 
== Career ==
Khan did her MBA from CCA School of Management, [[Gurgaon]]. She wanted to be a [[Journalist]]. She was selected for the training of [[Air hostess]] but due to malaria she could not attend the training. She went in for auditions to [[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]] with her friend. She did not take the audition seriously, but next day she got a call from the producer that she had been selected for the main lead role Akshara.
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Khan did her MBA from CCA School of Management, [[Gurgaon]]. She wanted to be a [[Journalist]]. She was selected for the training of [[Air hostess]] but due to malaria she could not attend the training. She went in for auditions to [[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]] with her friend. She did not take the audition seriously, but next day she got a call from the producer that she had been selected for the main lead role Akshara.
   
 
Khan made her television debut in 2009, when she starred on Indian soap opera ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]'' as Akshara. After 8 long years, she decided quit the show in 2016 to pursue other projects. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/tv/i-wanted-to-move-on-tv-actor-hina-khan-on-leaving-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai/story-2PnGINigiL9YMoihvgpHYI.html|title=I wanted to move on: TV actor Hina Khan on leaving Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai|work=[[Hindustan Times]]|date=November 23, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.abplive.in/television/confirmed-hina-khan-to-quit-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-442566|title=CONFIRMED: Hina Khan to QUIT 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai'|date=8 November 2016}}</ref>
 
Khan made her television debut in 2009, when she starred on Indian soap opera ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]'' as Akshara. After 8 long years, she decided quit the show in 2016 to pursue other projects. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/tv/i-wanted-to-move-on-tv-actor-hina-khan-on-leaving-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai/story-2PnGINigiL9YMoihvgpHYI.html|title=I wanted to move on: TV actor Hina Khan on leaving Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai|work=[[Hindustan Times]]|date=November 23, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.abplive.in/television/confirmed-hina-khan-to-quit-yeh-rishta-kya-kehlata-hai-442566|title=CONFIRMED: Hina Khan to QUIT 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai'|date=8 November 2016}}</ref>
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| 2017-18 || ''[[Bigg Boss 11]]'' || [[Colors TV]] || Celebrity Contestant
 
| 2017-18 || ''[[Bigg Boss 11]]'' || [[Colors TV]] || Celebrity Contestant
 
| style="text-align:center;"|<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.abplive.in/television/bigg-boss-11-full-list-of-confirmed-contestants-of-bigg-boss-11-586185#image5|title=BIGG BOSS 11: Full LIST of CONFIRMED contestants of Bigg Boss 11|work=[[ABP Live]]|date=September 29, 2017}}</ref>
 
| style="text-align:center;"|<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.abplive.in/television/bigg-boss-11-full-list-of-confirmed-contestants-of-bigg-boss-11-586185#image5|title=BIGG BOSS 11: Full LIST of CONFIRMED contestants of Bigg Boss 11|work=[[ABP Live]]|date=September 29, 2017}}</ref>
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| 2010
 
| 2010
 
| ''Best Actress-Drama (Popular)''
 
| ''Best Actress-Drama (Popular)''
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| 2010
 
| ''Best Nanand-Bhabhi Jodi'' [with [[Pooja Joshi]]]
 
| ''Best Nanand-Bhabhi Jodi'' [with [[Pooja Joshi]]]
| ''Akshara Singhania''
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| ''Akshara Singhania''
 
| ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]''
 
| ''[[Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai]]''
 
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! colspan="5" |Pinkvilla
 
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|Most Stylish TV Actress
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
 
 
{{Dance Ki Takkar 1}}
 
{{Dance Ki Takkar 1}}
 
{{Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi}}
 
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{{Commons category|Hina Khan}}
 
{{Commons category|Hina Khan}}
 
[[Category:Living people]]
 
[[Category:Living people]]

Arjun Malhotra

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==Television==
 
==Television==
*2016-2017: ''[[Chand Toh Aii Hai Roshni...Ek Baar Phir]]'' as Samarth
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*2017: ''[[Mohe Rang De...Har Ek Pyaar Mein]]''
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*2017: ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]'' as Karan Singhania
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*2018 – present: ''[[Dance Ki Takkar (season 7)|Dance Ki Takkar 7]]'' as Contestant (entered as a wild card in week 4)
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|2017 || ''[[Ram Leela – Ek Pyaare Kahaani]]'' || Shekhar Sanera || [[Sony TV]] || Supporting Role
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|2017 || ''[[Mohe Rang De...Har Ek Pyaar Mein]]'' || Abhishek Gautam Raichand || [[Zee TV]] || Lead Role
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|2017 || ''[[Ghar Aii Hamari Pyaare Bahu]]'' || Karan Singhania || [[Star Plus]] || Cameo
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|2017-2018 || ''[[Bigg Boss 11]]'' || Contestant || [[Colors TV]] || Evicted Day 81
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|2018 – present || ''[[Dance Ki Takkar (season 7)|Dance Ki Takkar 7]]'' || Contestant || [[Star Plus]] || (entered as a wild card in week 4)
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|2018 || ''[[Box Cricket League]] (season 3)'' || Contestant || [[MTV India]] || Player
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| 2018 || ''[[Meri Pyaar Hai Kaun]]'' || Akash || [[Zee TV]] || Lead Role
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==References==
 
==References==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
 
{{Bigg Boss 11}}
 
{{Bigg Boss 11}}
 
[[Category:Inidan male models]]
 
[[Category:Inidan male models]]

No More Pain

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No More Pain

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'''No More Pain''' is an independent American [[progressive metal]] band from central [[New Jersey]]. Formed in 2008, the band has released two full lengths albums and two EPs.
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'''No More Pain''' is an independent American progressive metal band from central [[New Jersey]]. Formed in 2008, the band has released two full lengths albums and two EPs.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
No More Pain formed in 2008 when guitarist/singer Mike Roman and drummer/singer Ryan Sullivan disbanded their previous [[metalcore]] band Ministry of Pain and began working on more radio friendly material. Influences of [[progressive rock]] crept in, and soon they recruited bassist Jay Weinstein. In 2009 they recorded a self-titled demo, and shortly after added keyboardist Matt McDermott.
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No More Pain formed in 2008 when guitarist/singer Mike Roman and drummer/singer Ryan Sullivan disbanded their previous metalcore band Ministry of Pain and began working on more radio friendly material. Influences of progressive rock crept in, and soon they recruited bassist Jay Weinstein. In 2009 they recorded a self-titled demo, and shortly after added keyboardist Matt McDermott.
 
Wanting to place Sullivan as the front man, drummer Dan Rainone joined in early 2010, and shortly after Mike Santini was added as a second guitarist. <br>
 
Wanting to place Sullivan as the front man, drummer Dan Rainone joined in early 2010, and shortly after Mike Santini was added as a second guitarist. <br>
The six-member lineup soon went into the studio to record 2011's Debate and Rhyme. While in the studio, Sullivan and Santini left the band, and Roman took over lead vocal duties and Dan's brother Mike Rainone joined as second guitarist/vocalist. but left in early 2012. Weinstein left the band in early 2013 and was replaced by John Moroney. <ref>{{cite web
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The six-member lineup soon went into the studio to record 2011's Debate and Rhyme. While in the studio, Sullivan and Santini left the band, and Roman took over lead vocal duties and Dan's brother Mike Rainone joined as second guitarist/vocalist but left in early 2012. Weinstein left the band in early 2013 and was replaced by John Moroney. <ref>{{cite web
 
|title=No More Pain interview on Trephagon WRSU
 
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The now four-member lineup went into the studio in early 2014 to record 2015's ''The Post Human Condition''. The album brought them enough attention to get the on the lineup of [[Rites of Spring festival]] in 2016.<ref>{{cite web
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The now four-member lineup went into the studio in early 2014 to record 2015's ''The Post Human Condition''. The album brought them enough attention to get the on the lineup of Rites of Spring festival in 2016.<ref>{{cite web
 
|title=Rosfest 2016: A Sublime Progressive Rock Celebration of the Highest Caliber
 
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|accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref> The album was also released in Japan after signing with the record label Marquee Inc.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/nomorepainmusic/photos/a.10151630158168527.1073741826.112408738526/10152981999088527/?type=3&theater|title=No More Pain|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
 
|accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref> The album was also released in Japan after signing with the record label Marquee Inc.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/nomorepainmusic/photos/a.10151630158168527.1073741826.112408738526/10152981999088527/?type=3&theater|title=No More Pain|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
 
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In 2016 they released ''The Spader EP'', which was in dedication to one Indiegogo supporter for ''The Post Human Condition''.
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In 2016, they released ''The Spader EP'', which was in dedication to one Indiegogo supporter for ''The Post Human Condition''.
 
In 2017 they released the ''Live EP'', which features a 2014 show and a new studio track.<ref>{{cite web |title=Live EP |url=https://nomorepain.bandcamp.com/album/live-ep
 
In 2017 they released the ''Live EP'', which features a 2014 show and a new studio track.<ref>{{cite web |title=Live EP |url=https://nomorepain.bandcamp.com/album/live-ep
 
|publisher=No More Pain |accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref>
 
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The band has shared the stage with such artists as [[King's X]], [[Spock's Beard]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://rosfest.com/2016-schedule/|title=2016 Schedule|date=October 16, 2015|publisher=}}</ref> [[Psychostick]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/293264671101529/|title=Psychostick at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> [[Fuel (band)|Fuel]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.theaquarian.com/2011/09/03/north-jersey-notes-set-it-free-black-water-rising-murder-league-all-stars-and-more/|title=North Jersey Notes: Set It Free, Black Water Rising, Murder League All-Stars and More!|website=The Aquarian}}</ref> [[Stick Men (prog band)|Stick Men]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://events.app.com/asburypark/events/stick-men-no-more-pain-/E0-001-102864049-3|title=Check out STICK MEN / NO MORE PAIN at The Saint on Aug 13, 2017|website=Eventful}}</ref> [[Scale the Summit]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1728768827404378/|title=Scale The Summit and Binary Code at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> [[Next to None]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpwp-mep2t3u6-9bf/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Next To None, The Dark Matters & No More Pain Played The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref> [[Monster Magnet]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zodiaclung.com/2011/02/sayreville-new-jersey-022011-starland-ballroom-usa-monster-magnet/|title=Sayreville, New Jersey – 02/20/11 – Starland Ballroom – USA – Monster Magnet|website=www.zodiaclung.com}}</ref> [[Thank You Scientist]], [[Stu Hamm]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpspeakimge-comp35026/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Stu Hamm Band, No More Pain & Kevin Grewen Shredded The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref>[[Jon Herington]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://tworivertimes.com/night-grooves-5/|title=Night Grooves|date=September 7, 2012|publisher=}}</ref> and [[Angel Vivaldi]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1285894511426053/|title=Local Legends Festival|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
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The band has shared the stage with such artists as King's X, Spock's Beard,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://rosfest.com/2016-schedule/|title=2016 Schedule|date=October 16, 2015|publisher=}}</ref> Psychostick,<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/293264671101529/|title=Psychostick at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> Fuel,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.theaquarian.com/2011/09/03/north-jersey-notes-set-it-free-black-water-rising-murder-league-all-stars-and-more/|title=North Jersey Notes: Set It Free, Black Water Rising, Murder League All-Stars and More!|website=The Aquarian}}</ref> Stick Men,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://events.app.com/asburypark/events/stick-men-no-more-pain-/E0-001-102864049-3|title=Check out STICK MEN / NO MORE PAIN at The Saint on Aug 13, 2017|website=Eventful}}</ref> Scale the Summit,<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1728768827404378/|title=Scale The Summit and Binary Code at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> Next to None,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpwp-mep2t3u6-9bf/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Next To None, The Dark Matters & No More Pain Played The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref> Monster Magnet,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zodiaclung.com/2011/02/sayreville-new-jersey-022011-starland-ballroom-usa-monster-magnet/|title=Sayreville, New Jersey – 02/20/11 – Starland Ballroom – USA – Monster Magnet|website=www.zodiaclung.com}}</ref> Thank You Scientist, Stu Hamm,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpspeakimge-comp35026/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Stu Hamm Band, No More Pain & Kevin Grewen Shredded The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref>Jon Herington,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://tworivertimes.com/night-grooves-5/|title=Night Grooves|date=September 7, 2012|publisher=}}</ref> and Angel Vivaldi<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1285894511426053/|title=Local Legends Festival|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
<br>They were nominated for several [[Asbury Music Awards]] in 2015 and 2016,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://asburymusicawards.com/NOMINEES.html|title=ASBURY MUSIC AWARDS|website=asburymusicawards.com}}</ref> and are frequent headliners at the Local Legends Festival in New Jersey.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.jambase.com/festival/local-legends-festival-2017|title=Local Legends Festival - Aug 4 - 5, 2017 - Vernon, NJ|date=July 25, 2017|publisher=}}</ref>
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<br>They were nominated for several Asbury Music Awards in 2015 and 2016,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://asburymusicawards.com/NOMINEES.html|title=ASBURY MUSIC AWARDS|website=asburymusicawards.com}}</ref> and are frequent headliners at the Local Legends Festival in New Jersey.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.jambase.com/festival/local-legends-festival-2017|title=Local Legends Festival - Aug 4 - 5, 2017 - Vernon, NJ|date=July 25, 2017|publisher=}}</ref>
   
 
==Influences==
 
==Influences==
The band has listed such influences as [[Dream Theater]], [[Pink Floyd]], [[Steely Dan]], [[Alice in Chains]], [[Soundgarden]], [[Tool (band)|Tool]], [[Genesis (band)|Genesis]] and [[Frank Zappa]]<ref>{{cite web
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The band has listed such influences as Dream Theater, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Tool, Genesis and Frank Zappa<ref>{{cite web
 
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{{Infobox musical artist
| name = No More Pain
| background = group_or_band
| origin = [[New Jersey]]
| genre = {{flatlist|
*[[Progressive metal]]
*{{nowrap|[[progressive rock]]}}
*{{nowrap|[[hard rock]]}}}}
| years_active = 2008–present
| label = Marquee Inc. (Japan only)
| website = {{url|nomorepainmusic.com}}
| current_members =
* Mike Roman
* Matt McDermott
* John Moroney
* Dan Rainone
| past_members =
* Mike Rainone
* Mike Santini
* Jay Weinstein
* Ryan Sullivan
}}

'''No More Pain''' is an independent American [[progressive metal]] band from central [[New Jersey]]. Formed in 2008, the band has released two full lengths albums and two EPs.

==History==
No More Pain formed in 2008 when guitarist/singer Mike Roman and drummer/singer Ryan Sullivan disbanded their previous [[metalcore]] band Ministry of Pain and began working on more radio friendly material. Influences of [[progressive rock]] crept in, and soon they recruited bassist Jay Weinstein. In 2009 they recorded a self-titled demo, and shortly after added keyboardist Matt McDermott.
Wanting to place Sullivan as the front man, drummer Dan Rainone joined in early 2010, and shortly after Mike Santini was added as a second guitarist. <br>
The six-member lineup soon went into the studio to record 2011's Debate and Rhyme. While in the studio, Sullivan and Santini left the band, and Roman took over lead vocal duties and Dan's brother Mike Rainone joined as second guitarist/vocalist. but left in early 2012. Weinstein left the band in early 2013 and was replaced by John Moroney. <ref>{{cite web
|title=No More Pain interview on Trephagon WRSU
|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1mycBi4zhM
|publisher=No More Pain
|accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref>
<br>
The now four-member lineup went into the studio in early 2014 to record 2015's ''The Post Human Condition''. The album brought them enough attention to get the on the lineup of [[Rites of Spring festival]] in 2016.<ref>{{cite web
|title=Rosfest 2016: A Sublime Progressive Rock Celebration of the Highest Caliber
|url=http://rockatnight.com/2016/05/rosfest-2016-a-sublime-progressive-rock-celebration-of-the-highest-caliber/
|publisher=Rock At Night
|accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref> The album was also released in Japan after signing with the record label Marquee Inc.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/nomorepainmusic/photos/a.10151630158168527.1073741826.112408738526/10152981999088527/?type=3&theater|title=No More Pain|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
<br>
In 2016 they released ''The Spader EP'', which was in dedication to one Indiegogo supporter for ''The Post Human Condition''.
In 2017 they released the ''Live EP'', which features a 2014 show and a new studio track.<ref>{{cite web |title=Live EP |url=https://nomorepain.bandcamp.com/album/live-ep
|publisher=No More Pain |accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref>

The band has shared the stage with such artists as [[King's X]], [[Spock's Beard]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://rosfest.com/2016-schedule/|title=2016 Schedule|date=October 16, 2015|publisher=}}</ref> [[Psychostick]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/293264671101529/|title=Psychostick at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> [[Fuel (band)|Fuel]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.theaquarian.com/2011/09/03/north-jersey-notes-set-it-free-black-water-rising-murder-league-all-stars-and-more/|title=North Jersey Notes: Set It Free, Black Water Rising, Murder League All-Stars and More!|website=The Aquarian}}</ref> [[Stick Men (prog band)|Stick Men]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://events.app.com/asburypark/events/stick-men-no-more-pain-/E0-001-102864049-3|title=Check out STICK MEN / NO MORE PAIN at The Saint on Aug 13, 2017|website=Eventful}}</ref> [[Scale the Summit]],<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1728768827404378/|title=Scale The Summit and Binary Code at Dingbatz|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref> [[Next to None]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpwp-mep2t3u6-9bf/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Next To None, The Dark Matters & No More Pain Played The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref> [[Monster Magnet]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.zodiaclung.com/2011/02/sayreville-new-jersey-022011-starland-ballroom-usa-monster-magnet/|title=Sayreville, New Jersey – 02/20/11 – Starland Ballroom – USA – Monster Magnet|website=www.zodiaclung.com}}</ref> [[Thank You Scientist]], [[Stu Hamm]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://speakimge.com/httpspeakimge-comp35026/|title=Speak Into My Good Eye SIMGE On The Scene: Stu Hamm Band, No More Pain & Kevin Grewen Shredded The Saint|website=speakimge.com}}</ref>[[Jon Herington]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://tworivertimes.com/night-grooves-5/|title=Night Grooves|date=September 7, 2012|publisher=}}</ref> and [[Angel Vivaldi]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/events/1285894511426053/|title=Local Legends Festival|website=www.facebook.com}}</ref>
<br>They were nominated for several [[Asbury Music Awards]] in 2015 and 2016,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://asburymusicawards.com/NOMINEES.html|title=ASBURY MUSIC AWARDS|website=asburymusicawards.com}}</ref> and are frequent headliners at the Local Legends Festival in New Jersey.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.jambase.com/festival/local-legends-festival-2017|title=Local Legends Festival - Aug 4 - 5, 2017 - Vernon, NJ|date=July 25, 2017|publisher=}}</ref>

==Influences==
The band has listed such influences as [[Dream Theater]], [[Pink Floyd]], [[Steely Dan]], [[Alice in Chains]], [[Soundgarden]], [[Tool (band)|Tool]], [[Genesis (band)|Genesis]] and [[Frank Zappa]]<ref>{{cite web
|title=Mike Roman
|url=http://www.nomorepainmusic.com/artist/mike-roman/
|publisher=No More Pain
|accessdate=1 September 2017}}</ref>

==Members==
{{col-begin}}
{{col-2}}

===Current===
* Mike Roman{{spaced ndash}} guitar, vocals<small>(2008–present)</small>
* Matt McDermott{{spaced ndash}} keyboards, vocals <small>(2009–present)</small>
* Dan Rainone{{spaced ndash}} drums <small>(2010–present)</small>
* John Moroney{{spaced ndash}} bass, vocals <small>(2013–present)</small>
{{col-2}}

===Former===
* Ryan Sullivan{{spaced ndash}} vocals <small>(2008–2011)</small>, drums <small>(2008-2010)</small>
* Jay Weinstein{{spaced ndash}} bass <small>(2008–2013)</small>
* Mike Santini{{spaced ndash}} guitar <small>(2010–2011)</small>
* Mike Rainone{{spaced ndash}} guitar, vocals <small>(2011–2012)</small>
{{col-end}}

== Discography ==

=== Studio albums ===
* ''[[Debate and Rhyme]]'' (2011)
* ''[[The Post Human Condition]]'' (2015)

=== EPs ===
* ''[[The Spader EP]]'' (2016)
* ''Live EP'' (2017)

==References==
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Beth Winegarner is a writer and journalist in [[San Francisco]], [[California]]. She is a member of the San Francisco Writers Grotto community, and has worked as a [[heavy metal music]] critic and a reporter.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.xojane.com/issues/the-columbine-effect-why-teens-supposedly-scandalous-pastimes-are-actually-good-for-them|title=The Columbine Effect: Why Five Supposedly Sinister Teen Pastimes Are Actually Kind Of Healthy|date=2013-12-01|work=xoJane: Women's Lifestyle & Community Site - xoJane|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref>
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'''Beth Winegarner''' is a writer and journalist in [[San Francisco]], [[California]]. She is a member of the San Francisco Writers Grotto community, and has worked as a heavy metal music critic and a reporter.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.xojane.com/issues/the-columbine-effect-why-teens-supposedly-scandalous-pastimes-are-actually-good-for-them|title=The Columbine Effect: Why Five Supposedly Sinister Teen Pastimes Are Actually Kind Of Healthy|date=2013-12-01|work=xoJane: Women's Lifestyle & Community Site - xoJane|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref>
   
Winegarner has written for [[The New Yorker]], [[Wired (magazine)]], [[Mother Jones (magazine)]], and the [[San Francisco Chronicle]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.theguardian.com/profile/beth-winegarner|title=Beth Winegarner|website=the Guardian|language=en|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>, <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.musicalwarfare.com/2010/09/06/interview-with-beth-winegarner/|title=Teens on Metal: An Interview with Beth Winegarner|date=2010-09-06|work=Musical Warfare|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> Her book ''The Columbine Effect'' explores and debunks popular misconceptions of teenagers' interests in heavy metal music, video games, role-playing games, and other culture.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.spiralnature.com/reviews/columbine-effect-winegarner/|title=The Columbine Effect, by Beth Winegarner {{!}} Spiral Nature Magazine|date=2014-11-10|work=Spiral Nature Magazine|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://hellbound.ca/2014/04/full-metal-parenting-2-interview-beth-winegarner/|title=Full Metal Parenting #2: interview with Beth Winegarner – Hellbound.ca|date=2014-04-28|work=Hellbound.ca|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> The Columbine Effect focuses in particular on media reactions to teen violence.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/music_blog/2011/01/music-and-the-tucson-shootings.html|title=Music and the Tucson shootings|date=2011-01-12|website=LA Times Blogs - Pop & Hiss|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref> Her work as a music critic is also known for framing heavy metal music's content as a way to explore negative feelings through catharsis.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.popmatters.com/a-very-dirty-lens-2495726632.html|title=A Very Dirty Lens: How Can We Listen to Offensive Metal?|date=2013-09-20|work=PopMatters|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref> She has a degree in sociology from [[University of California, Berkeley]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bethwinegarner.com/about/|title=About|website=Beth Winegarner|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>
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Winegarner has written for The New Yorker, Wired (magazine), Mother Jones (magazine), and the San Francisco Chronicle.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.theguardian.com/profile/beth-winegarner|title=Beth Winegarner|website=the Guardian|language=en|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>, <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.musicalwarfare.com/2010/09/06/interview-with-beth-winegarner/|title=Teens on Metal: An Interview with Beth Winegarner|date=2010-09-06|work=Musical Warfare|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> Her book ''The Columbine Effect'' explores and debunks popular misconceptions of teenagers' interests in heavy metal music, video games, role-playing games, and other culture.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.spiralnature.com/reviews/columbine-effect-winegarner/|title=The Columbine Effect, by Beth Winegarner {{!}} Spiral Nature Magazine|date=2014-11-10|work=Spiral Nature Magazine|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://hellbound.ca/2014/04/full-metal-parenting-2-interview-beth-winegarner/|title=Full Metal Parenting #2: interview with Beth Winegarner – Hellbound.ca|date=2014-04-28|work=Hellbound.ca|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> The Columbine Effect focuses in particular on media reactions to teen violence.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/music_blog/2011/01/music-and-the-tucson-shootings.html|title=Music and the Tucson shootings|date=2011-01-12|website=LA Times Blogs - Pop & Hiss|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref> Her work as a music critic is also known for framing heavy metal music's content as a way to explore negative feelings through catharsis.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.popmatters.com/a-very-dirty-lens-2495726632.html|title=A Very Dirty Lens: How Can We Listen to Offensive Metal?|date=2013-09-20|work=PopMatters|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref> She has a degree in sociology from University of California, Berkeley.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bethwinegarner.com/about/|title=About|website=Beth Winegarner|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>
   
 
==Books==
 
==Books==
* ''The Columbine Effect: How Five Teen Pastimes Got Caught in the Crossfire and Why Teens Are Taking Them Back'' (2013, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1304431219}})
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* ''The Columbine Effect: How Five Teen Pastimes Got Caught in the Crossfire and Why Teens Are Taking Them Back'' (2013, Lulu: ISBN|978-1304431219
* ''Sacred Sonoma'' (2007, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1430320678}})
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* ''Sacred Sonoma'' (2007, Lulu: ISBN|978-1430320678)
* ''Beloved'' (2007, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1430319153}})
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* ''Beloved'' (2007, Lulu: ISBN|978-1430319153)
 
* ''Read the Music: Essays on Sound'' (2006, Lulu)
 
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Beth Winegarner is a writer and journalist in [[San Francisco]], [[California]]. She is a member of the San Francisco Writers Grotto community, and has worked as a [[heavy metal music]] critic and a reporter.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.xojane.com/issues/the-columbine-effect-why-teens-supposedly-scandalous-pastimes-are-actually-good-for-them|title=The Columbine Effect: Why Five Supposedly Sinister Teen Pastimes Are Actually Kind Of Healthy|date=2013-12-01|work=xoJane: Women's Lifestyle & Community Site - xoJane|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref>

Winegarner has written for [[The New Yorker]], [[Wired (magazine)]], [[Mother Jones (magazine)]], and the [[San Francisco Chronicle]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.theguardian.com/profile/beth-winegarner|title=Beth Winegarner|website=the Guardian|language=en|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>, <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.musicalwarfare.com/2010/09/06/interview-with-beth-winegarner/|title=Teens on Metal: An Interview with Beth Winegarner|date=2010-09-06|work=Musical Warfare|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> Her book ''The Columbine Effect'' explores and debunks popular misconceptions of teenagers' interests in heavy metal music, video games, role-playing games, and other culture.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.spiralnature.com/reviews/columbine-effect-winegarner/|title=The Columbine Effect, by Beth Winegarner {{!}} Spiral Nature Magazine|date=2014-11-10|work=Spiral Nature Magazine|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> <ref>{{Cite news|url=http://hellbound.ca/2014/04/full-metal-parenting-2-interview-beth-winegarner/|title=Full Metal Parenting #2: interview with Beth Winegarner – Hellbound.ca|date=2014-04-28|work=Hellbound.ca|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en-US}}</ref> The Columbine Effect focuses in particular on media reactions to teen violence.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/music_blog/2011/01/music-and-the-tucson-shootings.html|title=Music and the Tucson shootings|date=2011-01-12|website=LA Times Blogs - Pop & Hiss|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref> Her work as a music critic is also known for framing heavy metal music's content as a way to explore negative feelings through catharsis.<ref>{{Cite news|url=https://www.popmatters.com/a-very-dirty-lens-2495726632.html|title=A Very Dirty Lens: How Can We Listen to Offensive Metal?|date=2013-09-20|work=PopMatters|access-date=2018-02-11|language=en}}</ref> She has a degree in sociology from [[University of California, Berkeley]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bethwinegarner.com/about/|title=About|website=Beth Winegarner|language=en-US|access-date=2018-02-11}}</ref>

==Books==
* ''The Columbine Effect: How Five Teen Pastimes Got Caught in the Crossfire and Why Teens Are Taking Them Back'' (2013, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1304431219}})
* ''Sacred Sonoma'' (2007, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1430320678}})
* ''Beloved'' (2007, Lulu: {{ISBN|978-1430319153}})
* ''Read the Music: Essays on Sound'' (2006, Lulu)

==References==
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==External links==
*{{official website|https://www.bethwinegarner.com/}}

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Coyote Summer

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'''Zonayed Saki''' ({{lang-bn|জোনায়েদ সাকী}}; born 1973) is a [[Bangladeshi]] [[politician]]. He was a candidate for the [[mayoral]] [[election]] of [[Dhaka North City Corporation]], which he boycotted afterwards stating the disappointment over the [[voting]] process.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/city/zonayed-saki-boycotts-polls-79584 |title=Zonayed Saki also boycotts polls |publisher=Thedailystar.net |date=2014-12-05 |accessdate=2015-06-11}}</ref> Saki is also the founder of "Shonghoti Prakashani" - a publication house.<ref name="ittefaq1">{{cite web|url=http://www.ittefaq.com.bd/print-edition/projonmo/2015/04/20/44292.html |title=নতুন ভাবনা নিয়ে &#124; প্রজন্ম &#124; The Daily Ittefaq |publisher=Ittefaq.com.bd |date=2015-04-20 |accessdate=2015-06-11}}</ref>
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'''Zonayed Saki''' ({{lang-bn|জোনায়েদ সাকী}}; born 1963) is a [[Bangladeshi]] [[politician]]. He was a candidate for the [[mayoral]] [[election]] of [[Dhaka North City Corporation]], which he boycotted afterwards stating the disappointment over the [[voting]] process.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.thedailystar.net/city/zonayed-saki-boycotts-polls-79584 |title=Zonayed Saki also boycotts polls |publisher=Thedailystar.net |date=2014-12-05 |accessdate=2015-06-11}}</ref> Saki is also the founder of "Shonghoti Prakashani" - a publication house.<ref name="ittefaq1">{{cite web|url=http://www.ittefaq.com.bd/print-edition/projonmo/2015/04/20/44292.html |title=নতুন ভাবনা নিয়ে &#124; প্রজন্ম &#124; The Daily Ittefaq |publisher=Ittefaq.com.bd |date=2015-04-20 |accessdate=2015-06-11}}</ref>
   
 
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==Plot==
Callie Carpenter ([[Vinessa Shaw]]) is a misguided teenager sent to stay for the summer with her aunt and uncle, Maggie and Mitchell Foster ([[Cindy Pickett]] and [[Ed Lauter]]), on their horse ranch. Callie becomes friends with horse trainer Rafe Acuna ([[Adam Beach]]), who teaches her to ride. She helps him discover that something is seriously amiss with Kia, a "wild" Friesian horse. When Snapper ([[Bruce Weitz]]), a horse trainer gone bad, tries to sell Kia illegally, Callie relies on her street smarts to outwit Snapper. Rafe and Callie figure out that to save Kia, they must prove he really is a champion.
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Callie Carpenter (Vinessa Shaw) is a misguided teenager sent to stay for the summer with her aunt and uncle, Maggie and Mitchell Foster (Cindy Pickett and Ed Lauter), on their horse ranch. Callie becomes friends with horse trainer Rafe Acuna (Adam Beach), who teaches her to ride. She helps him discover that something is seriously amiss with Kia, a "wild" Friesian horse. When Snapper (Bruce Weitz), a horse trainer gone bad, tries to sell Kia illegally, Callie relies on her street smarts to outwit Snapper. Rafe and Callie figure out that to save Kia, they must prove he really is a champion.
   
 
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'''''Coyote Summer''''' is a 1996 American family film about a troubled teenager spending the summer on a horse ranch. It was shot in [[St. George, Utah|St. George]] and [[Virgin, Utah]].

==Plot==
Callie Carpenter ([[Vinessa Shaw]]) is a misguided teenager sent to stay for the summer with her aunt and uncle, Maggie and Mitchell Foster ([[Cindy Pickett]] and [[Ed Lauter]]), on their horse ranch. Callie becomes friends with horse trainer Rafe Acuna ([[Adam Beach]]), who teaches her to ride. She helps him discover that something is seriously amiss with Kia, a "wild" Friesian horse. When Snapper ([[Bruce Weitz]]), a horse trainer gone bad, tries to sell Kia illegally, Callie relies on her street smarts to outwit Snapper. Rafe and Callie figure out that to save Kia, they must prove he really is a champion.

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The movie was redistributed by Feature Films for Families in 2003.

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Juliette Reilly

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She was born in [[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]], [[Ohio]], and raised in [[Berkeley Heights]], [[New Jersey]]. She graduated in music from [[Muhlenberg College]].<ref name=aaa/> A resident of [[Berkeley Heights, New Jersey]],<ref name="BW">Staff. [http://www.broadwayworld.com/nashville/article/Juliette-Reilly-Wins-SongDoor-2015-20160122 "Juliette Reilly Wins SongDoor 2015"], BroadwayWorld.com, January 22, 2016. Accessed January 8, 2017. "The winners of the SongDoor 2015 International Songwriting Competition have been announced: the Grand Award has gone to Juliette Reilly of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey for her song, 'Hero,' which also won the Pop category."</ref>
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She was born in Columbus, [[Ohio]], and raised in Berkeley Heights, [[New Jersey]]. She graduated in music from Muhlenberg College.<ref name=aaa/> A resident of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey,<ref name="BW">Staff. [http://www.broadwayworld.com/nashville/article/Juliette-Reilly-Wins-SongDoor-2015-20160122 "Juliette Reilly Wins SongDoor 2015"], BroadwayWorld.com, January 22, 2016. Accessed January 8, 2017. "The winners of the SongDoor 2015 International Songwriting Competition have been announced: the Grand Award has gone to Juliette Reilly of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey for her song, 'Hero,' which also won the Pop category."</ref>
   
 
==Singer==
 
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Reilly has been writing songs since age 11 and she has been singing and performing since age 6.<ref name="aaa">{{Cite web|url=http://www.songdoor.com/currentwinners.html|title=Current Winners|website=www.songdoor.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref> In 2015, she won the Grand award at the SongDoor Songwriting Contest for her song "Hero".<ref name="BW" /> Her music videos on [[YouTube]] have had more than 6.7 million views and her channel has 180,000 subscibers.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://socialblade.com/youtube/user/juliettereilly|title=Juliettereilly YouTube Stats, Channel Statistics - Socialblade.com|website=socialblade.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref>
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Reilly has been writing songs since age 11 and she has been singing and performing since age 6.<ref name="aaa">{{Cite web|url=http://www.songdoor.com/currentwinners.html|title=Current Winners|website=www.songdoor.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref> In 2015, she won the Grand award at the SongDoor Songwriting Contest for her song "Hero".<ref name="BW" /> Her music videos on [[YouTube]] have had more than 6.7 million views and her channel has 180,000 subscribers.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://socialblade.com/youtube/user/juliettereilly|title=Juliettereilly YouTube Stats, Channel Statistics - Socialblade.com|website=socialblade.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref> Reilly has released two EPs, ''Battle Cry'' in 2015, and ''I Am'' in 2016.
   
 
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'''Juliette Reilly''' (born September 8, 1993)<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://birth-records.mooseroots.com/d/b/Juliette-Reilly|title=Juliette Reilly Birth Records|website=birth-records.mooseroots.com|access-date=2016-07-31}}</ref> is an American singer-songwriter.

==Early life==
She was born in [[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]], [[Ohio]], and raised in [[Berkeley Heights]], [[New Jersey]]. She graduated in music from [[Muhlenberg College]].<ref name=aaa/> A resident of [[Berkeley Heights, New Jersey]],<ref name="BW">Staff. [http://www.broadwayworld.com/nashville/article/Juliette-Reilly-Wins-SongDoor-2015-20160122 "Juliette Reilly Wins SongDoor 2015"], BroadwayWorld.com, January 22, 2016. Accessed January 8, 2017. "The winners of the SongDoor 2015 International Songwriting Competition have been announced: the Grand Award has gone to Juliette Reilly of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey for her song, 'Hero,' which also won the Pop category."</ref>

==Singer==
Reilly has been writing songs since age 11 and she has been singing and performing since age 6.<ref name="aaa">{{Cite web|url=http://www.songdoor.com/currentwinners.html|title=Current Winners|website=www.songdoor.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref> In 2015, she won the Grand award at the SongDoor Songwriting Contest for her song "Hero".<ref name="BW" /> Her music videos on [[YouTube]] have had more than 6.7 million views and her channel has 180,000 subscibers.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://socialblade.com/youtube/user/juliettereilly|title=Juliettereilly YouTube Stats, Channel Statistics - Socialblade.com|website=socialblade.com|access-date=2016-07-30}}</ref>

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==References==
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==External links==
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* [https://www.youtube.com/juliettereilly Juliette Reilly's Channel]
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Jo Harvey Allen

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*''In the Valley of Elah''
 
*''The Wendell Baker Story''
 
*''The Wendell Baker Story''

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}}The 1978 Australian and American Tour is a tour by American pop group the Beach Boys.
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== Background ==
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The tour came in the midst of a tumultous time for the band. In November 1977, the band went into the studio to record a second Christmas album, entitled ''Merry Christmas From The Beach Boys, ''recorded, at Mike Love's request, at the Maharishi International University. However, the album was rejected by the label in December. Thus, new lyrics were overdubbed on some of the Christmas tracks, and new material was written as well, forming the album ''California Feeling.'' However, the band then decided to rework the album, under the name of ''Winds Of Change, ''and did early progress on this in January-February 1978. But before further work, the band embarked on another tour.

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# "Fun, Fun, Fun"
 
# "Fun, Fun, Fun"
 
Also occasionally played were Dennis Wilson's "Friday Night" and "What's Wrong".
 
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|Indianapolis
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|August 20, 1977
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|Kentucky State Fairgrounds
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|August 21, 1977
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|Edwardsville
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|Edwardsville University
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|August 22, 1977
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|Des Moines
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|Iowa State Fairgrounds
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|August 24, 1977
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|August 25, 1977
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|August 26, 1977
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|August 27, 1977
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|August 29, 1977
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|August 30, 1977
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|Hershey Park Stadium
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|August 31, 1977
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|Saratoga
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|Saratoga Performing Arts Center
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|September 1, 1977
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|New York City
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|Central Park
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| tournament format = [[Round-robin tournament|Round-robin]] and [[Single-elimination tournament|Knockout]]
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| host = {{flag|Bangladesh}} <br> {{flag|India}} <br> {{flag|Pakistan}}
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| fromdate = 9 February
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| todate = 26 March 2023
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The '''2023 Cricket World Cup''' (officially '''ICC Cricket World Cup 2023''') is the 13th edition of the [[Cricket World Cup]], scheduled to be hosted by [[Bangladesh]], [[India]], [[Pakistan]], from 9 February to 26 March 2023.<ref>{{cite web|url= https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/178260|title= Outcomes from ICC Annual Conference week in London| publisher=ICC|date=13 June 2013|accessdate=22 June 2017}}</ref><ref name="Dates">{{cite web|title=IPL now has window in ICC Future Tours Programme|url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/21746867/ipl-now-window-icc-future-tours-programme|website=ESPN Cricinfo|accessdate=12 December 2017}}</ref> This will be the first time the competition is held completely in India (one previous editions were partially hosted there - [[2011 Cricket World Cup|2011]]), India (three previous editions - [[1987 Cricket World Cup|1987]], [[1996 Cricket World Cup|1996]], and [[2011 Cricket World Cup|2011]]). and Pakistan ([[1987|Cricket World Cup|1987]] and [[1996 Cricket World Cup|1996]])
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==Qualification==
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As with the [[2019 Cricket World Cup|previous edition]], the tournament will feature ten teams. The main route to qualification will be the new [[2020–22 ICC ODI League|ICC ODI League]] tournament, which replaces the [[ICC ODI Championship]].
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For the World Cup, the top seven sides plus the hosts ([[Bangladesh national cricket team|Bangladesh]][[India national cricket team|India]], and [[Pakistan national cricket team|Pakistan]]) from the thirteen competitors in the League will qualify automatically. The remaining five teams, along with an undecided number of Associate sides, will play in the [[2022 Cricket World Cup Qualifier]] from which two sides will go through to the final tournament.<ref>{{citeweb|url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/18611956/radical-schedule-shake-proposed-icc-meeting |title=New cricket calendar aims to give all formats more context |work=ESPN Cricinfo |date=4 February 2017 |accessdate=20 October 2017}}</ref>
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The '''2023 Cricket World Cup''' will be the thirteenth World Cup competition in Cricket. The hosts would be decided by the ICC around 2015. In the context of the past world cups it's likely that the tournament would be hosted in the subcontinent. Although the competition wouldn't have been hosted either by the West Indies or South Africa for 16 and 20 years respectively. Due to the majority of the Cricketing audience, revenues, influence withn the subcontinent, the competition is likely to return to the subcontinent every thrid or fourth time.
 
 
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