Crispix is a brand of breakfast cereal, introduced by Kellogg's in 1983. It was created to compete with Ralston Purina's Chex family of cereals, which had about $125 million in annual sales and no significant competition. By 1987, Crispix had sales of about $65 million. Honey Flavored Crispix have been sold twice in the UK, twice have been discontinued, its box touts its unique composition of "Crispy rice on one side, crunchy corn on the other." The cereal itself is in a hexagon shape. The two sides are connected only at the edges. Crispix is kosher/parve. Australia has a honey version as well as a chocolate version known as Coco Pops Chex. A variation of original Crispix introduced in late 2001 known as Cinnamon Crunch Crispix was described by Kellogg's as a "rispy corn and rice cereal with a cinnamon taste." Its box boasted its unique composition, of "Corn on One Side, Rice on the Other". Cinnamon Crunch Crispix joined a number of cereals discontinued by Kellogg's after disappointing sales. Crispix received one and a half stars out of five on the Australian Government's health star ratings
The Scots Grey is a dual-purpose breed of domestic chicken originating in Scotland, where it has been bred for more than two hundred years. It was known as the Scotch Grey and until about 1930 was popular in Scotland, it is on the "Native Poultry Breeds at Risk" list of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. The Scots Grey is a upright chicken. Apart from the height, it is similar to the Scots Dumpy; the Scots Grey has a single comb. The face, wattles and comb are bright red, the beak and shanks are white, sometimes marked with black; the plumage is barred. The ground colour is steel-grey, the barring is black with a metallic sheen. Although both sexes are similar, the markings are larger in hens than in cocks, may give a tartan appearance; the Scots Grey is classed as a light breed: cocks weigh about 3.2 kilograms and hens about 2.25 kg. There is a Scots Grey bantam. Cocks weigh 620 -- hens 510 -- 570 g; the Scots Grey is a dual-purpose breed, kept both for meat. In temperament, it is an active bird that does best under free range conditions, as it is hardy, forages well.
Hens are not inclined to go broody
Jessica Evelyn Pengelly is a South African-born Australian swimmer, who specializes in freestyle and individual medley events. A 2008 Olympian, she has claimed multiple South African championship titles and national records in the individual medley, won a total of five medals at the 2007 All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria. Pengelly set two South African records in the freestyle relays at the 2008 FINA World Short Course Championships in Manchester, at the 2011 Summer Universiade in Shenzhen, China. Pengelly competed as South Africa's youngest swimmer in a medley double at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, she took the women's 400 m individual medley title in 4:41.35 and fired off a 2:15.22 to crush the national record in the 200 m individual medley at the South African Championships four months earlier in Johannesburg to assure her a place on the Olympic team, both dipping beneath the FINA Olympic qualifying cut. On the first night of the Games, Pengelly held off the fast-charging French swimmer Joanne Andraca to save the seventh spot and twenty-first overall by 2.84 seconds in heat five of the 400 m individual medley, finishing with a time of 4:41.04.
Two days in the 200 m individual medley, Pengelly scored a time of 2:15.80 to touch out the daunting Dutch swimmer Femke Heemskerk by a quarter of her body-length for the fifth spot in heat two, but missed the semifinals with a twenty-sixth-place finish from the prelims. Pengelly emigrated to Perth, Western Australia in 2010, after completing high school, where she trains for the West Coast Swimming Club. After major shoulder surgery and sitting out for the majority of 2013 Pengelly made a comeback and returned to the swimming pool, she will compete for Australia in Glasgow. Making her debut for Australia, Pengelly qualified for the final in the 400 individual medley event. Jessica Pengelly on Twitter Jessica Pengelly at Swimming Australia
William Benjamin Craig was a U. S. Representative from Alabama. Born in Selma, Craig attended the public and high schools of Selma and was graduated from Cumberland School of Law at Cumberland University, Tennessee, he commenced practice in Selma, Alabama. He served an apprenticeship as a machinist in the shops of the Southern Railway at Selma from 1893 to 1897, he served in the Alabama National Guard as a private, noncommissioned officer, captain. He served as member of the State senate in 1903–1907. Craig was elected as a Democrat to the Sixty-first Congresses, he declined to be a candidate for renomination in 1910. He resumed the practice of law in Alabama, he died in Selma, November 27, 1925. He was interred in Old Live Oak Cemetery. United States Congress. "William Benjamin Craig". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; this article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website http://bioguide.congress.gov
Holly Golightly is a comics artist and writer. She was known as Fauve and has worked under the name Holly G! Holly Golightly entered the comics industry in the 1990s and names artist Frank Thorne as her "hero" for his work on Red Sonja. Golightly's list of work ranges from Nightmare Theatre for Chaos! Comics to Sabrina for Archie Comics to her creator-owned work such as Vampfire and School Bites, she is the colorist for husband Jim Balent's Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose as well as the model for Tarot herself. She has been shown on the photo covers dressed as Tarot and as Catress from the 3 Little Kittens comics and is the model for the official Tarot photo calendar, she has expanded into pin-ups/modeling with Balent doing the photography and has her own pin-up calendar. She designed and maintains both of their official websites, designs many of the T-shirts and apparel that the site offers. Golightly contributes art for various businesses and people including NewWitch magazine and Thomas Dolby.
Golightly and Balent operate the BroadSword Comics comics publishing company, known for its Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose comic book. Under this company, Golightly has published Fears and Ears: A Travel Guide to Orlando as well as numerous art books of her own work. Golightly draws one-page stories featuring her cat, Pangur Ban. A collection of these stories was published through Kickstarter in 2015. Bad Girls of Blackout Annual #1 Bethany the Vampfire #0 Vamperotica #8, Annual #1 Vampfire #1 Vampfire Tour Book #1 3 Little Kittens: Purrr-fect Weapons #1–3 Prince Pangur Ban the Fluffy: Mother of Fluffins the Collected Series Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose #1–116 VampFire #3 Nightmare Theater #1–4 Razor: Swimsuit Special #1 Poison Elves #2 About Holly G! at Broadsword Comics Holly Golightly at the Comic Book DB Holly G!'s School Bites & More manga
Nicholas are an American traditional black gospel music husband and wife duo from Philadelphia and Los Angeles and they started their music recording careers in 1981, as a quartet, with the release of Tell the World with Message Records, yet this failed to chart. They released, Words Can't Express, in 1983 with Message Records, which would be their last album released by them, this was their Billboard magazine breakthrough release upon the Gospel Albums chart, their other albums were released by Command Records, starting in 1985, with the release of Dedicated, this charted #1 on the aforementioned chart. The duo released nine more albums with four of those placing upon the Gospel Albums chart, 1987's A Love Like This, 1989's Live in Memphis, 1990's More than Music, 1992's Back to Basics, their last album release happened in 1994 with Fired Up! The origins of the duo date back to Philip Nicholas' father, a repentant Jazz musician, he became a minister of music around his hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
While in high school, Philip acquired the ability to play the piano, which he utilized in his family band, The Nicholas Chorale Ensemble, that counted as its members Philip's brother, nephews and Ira Jackson, a number of other friends and family members on a revolving basis. Philip went to college in his hometown at Drexel University, he was close friends with a young lady named Diane. She united Philip with a dorm-mate of hers, Brenda Watson, because Brenda was a loud, early morning, shower songstress in the dormitory bathroom. Diane felt that bringing Brenda to Philip's singing group would give her dormitory floor well earned relief from Brenda's early morning shower concerts. Brenda and Philip would soon hit it off both in their professional and personal lives, marrying on February 18, 1978, that just happened to be on Philip's 24th birthday. After completing college and marrying in New Jersey, the duo settled in Los Angeles, California where they became musical ministers at the renowned pastor, Dr. E.
V. Hill's church. In pursuit of their professional music career, they coined Nicholas, they tried and failed to release albums with Motown Records, so Philip alongside partner and brother, Lonnie Nicholas, they established their own record label, Message Records in 1981. At this time the group was a quartet, with another nephew as the main vocalist; this brotherly owned label would soon cease, when Philip and Lonnie differed over the labels direction, causing Philip to depart, creating Command Records with ex-Motown producer, Kent Washburn. The duo, but quartet at the time, released albums in 1981 entitled Tell the World, Words Can't Express in 1983, in 1985 the album Dedicated, a 12 inch single Tell Somebody/God's Woman in 1985. Two of these albums charted, Word's Can't Express and Dedicated, they placed at Nos. 10 and 1 on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart. The remaining albums released by the husband and wife duo with Command Records were, 1987's A Love Like This, 1988's Live in Memphis and Inspirational, 1990's More than Music, 1991's Back to Basics, 1993's The Inspirational Sounds Of Nicholas Vol. 1, lastly, 1994's Fired Up!
Four of these albums charted on the aforementioned chart, A Live Like This at No. 2, Live in Memphis at No. 10, More than Music at No. 14, Back to Basics at No. 12. Philip W. Nicholas Brenda L. Nicholas Official website Cross Rhythms artist profile