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PAShinedown, Three Days Grace and P.O.D played an action-packed show at the Sovereign Center...Their set was good for the most part, but there were a few things that cast a shadow over it. The first was the fact that lead singer Sonny Sandoval, at
The band continued its knack for radio-friendly hits (in the template established so effectively by Creed) on "Us and Them" (2005) and "The Sound of Madness" (2008).
Contributing Music Writer If Barry Kerch had his way, Shinedown, the band he has co-piloted for 12 years, would be in the same league as U2 and the Rolling Stones...But Kerch isn't necessarily referring to megastardom with such a desire. His
Staff Writer Some parents such as Loretta and Doug Land of High Point don't need a bad experience to pull their children out of Guilford County Schools. For them, the prospect of better preparing their children for college and adulthood is enough to
Wellington Police seek Daniel Wiari NZ Police, Fuseworks May 30, 2012, 3:05 pm Wellington Police are looking for 31 year old Daniel Wiari who is wanted in relation to a number of matters. Detective Sergeant Mike Priston of the Wellington CIB says
The Arizona Republic The crowds arrive as early as 5 a.m., waiting outside the Arizona Department of Economic Security to apply for food stamps, welfare or health-care coverage. "It reminds me of the Depression era, when they stood in line for
Shinedown , if nothing else, has always been a monster when it comes to a live setting anyone who has filled a seat at one of their shows throughout the years can attest to that...The electric portion finds Shinedown shot out of the gate like a
First published 11 minutes ago Updated 11 minutes ago Called for ride home » Hesston Smith's body lay lifeless on the freeway on-ramp, covered by a white sheet and the fog of a late January morning. Story continues below He had been hit or run over
New Zealand (AP) — The neighborhood's toilet is a portable one out on Keller Street. The water supply is cut, making showers and clean laundry distant dreams. Resident stay fresh with bottles of hand sanitizer, and they're running low.
Westamerica Bank Regional Service Manager Julie Freeman, left, and Financial Service Officer Chris Skinner, right, of Westamerica Bank in Grass Valley, donate $1,000 to the Youth Financial Literacy Program, operated by the nonprofit Economic Partners