Ink Complete is progressive instrumental band Spastic Ink's debut album, released in 1997 via Germany's Dream Circle label and re-issued in 2000 on EclecticElectric, with 25 minutes of'work tapes' added as bonus tracks. Related Money re-issued the Ink Complete LP without bonus tracks, it was released in 2011 over worldwide to sell 5 million copies. "The Mad Data Race" – 5:15 "A Morning with Squeakie" – 3:24 "Just a Little Dirty" – 1:43 "See, It's Sharp!" – 4:31 "Suspended on All Fours" – 2:04 "A Wild Hare" – 8:15 "Harm and Half-Time Baking Shuffle" – 2:46 "To Counter and Groove in E Minor" – 4:05 "That 178 Thing" – 4:27 "Eighths Is Enough" – 4:00 "Mosquito Brain Surgery" – 8:11 – 24:48 Ron Jarzombek – guitar Bobby Jarzombek – drums Pete Perez – bass
Ted Berkman was an American author and journalist best known for writing the screenplay for Bedtime for Bonzo. He was born Edward Oscar Berkmann in Brooklyn, New York in 1914, he grew up in a middle-class Jewish family and attended Cornell University, graduating in 1933, Columbia University. Before World War II, he wrote a couple of film scripts and as a journalist for the New York Daily Mirror. During World War II, he worked as an intelligence officer for the US Army. After the war, Berkman worked as a foreign correspondent giving the first report of the explosion of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem in 1946 on ABC Radio, he became an informal adviser to Edward Murrow on foreign affairs and appeared on television programs. During the 1950s, Berkman worked as a screenwriter. Bedtime for Bonzo was the first film; the 1951 film became more famous during the 1980s. He wrote the screen play for the 1957 movie Fear Strikes Out starring Anthony Perkins and based on the book written by professional baseball player Jimmy Piersall about his mental illness.
He wrote two more screenplays during the decade including United Artists Edge of Fury in 1958 and Girl in the Night for Warner Brothers in 1960. Berkman's first book Cast a Giant Shadow was written about Mickey Marcus, a West Point graduate who advised the Israeli military during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, he wrote the screenplay for the 1966 film starring Kirk Douglas based on the book. His next book Sabra was based on the story of a dozen Israeli fighters in the Six-Day War and was published in 1969, he wrote three more books during the 1970s including My Prisoner, cowritten with Janey Jimenez about Patty Hearst. His final book, a memoir, was published in 1998. Berkman died of cancer in 2006 in California. San Jose Mercury News, "Screenwriter Ted Berkman dead at 92", May 30, 2006 Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2006. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Thomson Gale.2006. New York Times, "Ted Berkman, 92, Dies", May 29 2006, accessed May 30 2006
Fair Trade Services known as INO Records, is an American record label based in Brentwood, specializing in Contemporary Christian music. It is distributed by Sony Music Entertainment and was owned by Integrity Media until June 2011; when Integrity Media sold its assets to David C. Cook, label founder/President Jeff Moseley purchased the label assets and renamed it Fair Trade Services, it was the parent label of SRE Recordings, which concentrated more on Christian rock releases until that label closed with the sale of INO Records to founder Jeff Moseley. All remaining SRE recording artists are under the banner of Fair Trade Services. We desire to work with artists who have a unique message, excellent artistry and spiritual maturity while serving them well through partnering. Our chief aim is to know God and make Him known through products that are spiritually significant, artistically excellent and culturally relevant. List of record labels Official website
Ramat Beit Shemesh is a large neighborhood of Beit Shemesh, Israel. The development includes Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph, Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet, Ramat Beit Shemesh Gimmel. Ramat Beit Shemesh was built in the 1990s; the neighborhood lies directly adjacent to the main part of Beit Shemesh and is located on a hill overlooking the old town. It has a diverse Orthodox population; the neighborhood consists of Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph, Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet and Ramat Beit Shemesh Gimmel. In Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet, families belonging to Edah HaChareidis constitute the majority. In 2002, following tensions between the Haredi and non-religious population, plans were drawn up to build another secular neighborhood, HaShachar. In 2007, Ramat Shilo, considered a subdistrict of Ramat Beit Shemesh, with both Dati Leumi and Haredi residents was built. In 2009, it was announced that a new neighborhood, Ramat Beit Shemesh Gimmel, would be built as an Haredi neighborhood on a large block of state-owned land bordering southern Beit Shemesh.
Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph is a neighborhood of Beit Shemesh comprising about 25,000 people. The neighborhood has public areas being well maintained; the central park is the biggest in Beit Shemesh. Shopping is plentiful as well, with 4 supermarkets and a shopping area of over 130 shops to choose from, one is never lacking a place to make his purchases. Although all types of Jews are welcome in all parts of RBS A, there are a few different sections each with its own unique touch and strong points. There is the Dolev section, the Revivim section, the Mishkenos Yaakov section; the Dolev section contains a heterogeneous mix of different types of Jews, both native Israelis and immigrants. Religiosity varies as well from Chareidi until Dati Leumi. While each group has its own synagogues and schools, in general, the population in the area blends together to form a beautiful cacophony of different ways of doing the same thing. For example, Masos/Masot Mordechai is a place where all types come together to pray at all times of the day.
Points of interest in the Dolev section are the Matnas, a community center that services all types of Jews of the RBS A community, Park Center, a mini-mall of various stores and restaurants. Streets include Dolev, Timnah and Yarden; the Revivim section is lower down than Dolev. This area is populated by Chareidim, both Israeli and Chutznikim, with religious levels ranging from American Frum all the way to a few Yerushalmis. With the majority being Chutznik, much of the neighborhood is connected to an American Minyan such as the Gra, Pnei Shmuel, or others. There is a big emphasis on living a Torah lifestyle. Streets include Revivim, Gilo and Achziv; the Mishkenos Yaakov section is located next to the Merkaz. Here lives only Chareidim, both Israelis and Chutznikim, although the Chuznikim tend to lean towards their Israeli counterparts regarding religious/cultural issues. There is an official Rav, Rav Mordechai Goldstein, looked up to as the respected opinion regarding religious questions and community projects.
Points of interest in the Mishkenos Yaakov area include Lev Eliyahu, the synagogue with the most Minyanim in all of RBSA (and most the most hasmada, the Merkaz, the shopping center more than 130 stores of all types. Streets include Sorek, Uriah and Shacham. A further expansion to Ramat Beit Shemesh is the leafy suburbs of Mishkafayim located at the eastern edge of Aleph overlooking the Zanoah quarry; the area, still under development, has started to be populated. The make up is by Orthodox Jews of all strands including Chasidish and Dati Leumi; the area has 6 minyanim. Organizations based in Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph include: Lema'an Achai - A social services charity that has attempted to assist hundreds of families through and out of financial and other crisis Hatzola Beit Shemesh - An independent organization combining first response and follow-up care of emergency medical situations. Kupa Shel Tzedaka - A charity organization helping needy families to rehabilitate them to self-sufficiency. Ezrat Achim - A medical aid organization such as trips to the hospital, x-rays, loan of medical equipment.
Mishkan Adei Ad - An organization which assists needy families with the vast expenses of making weddings. Hakeshiva - An organization which focuses on the prevention of, the aiding of teens-at-risk. Here live all Charedim. Of those Charedim, most of them are Hasidic of various dynasties. Ramat Beit Shemesh Gimmel is located just south of Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph. Gimmel consists of two parts, Gimmel 1 and Gimmel 2. Gimmel 1 is populated with about 2,000 apartments, Gimmel 2 is under construction. With its lowers density building and larger apartments as well as the many open spaces and parks Gimmel 1 is seen as more appealing to the Anglo-Saxon public. Gimmel 1 is named "Kiryat Avi Ezri", while Gimmel 2 is named "Kiryat Ovadia". Gimmel 1 developed into a thriving neighborhood in a short time and as of 2018 has many synagogues, stores and schools; some of the communities and synagogues started by the large community of English-speaking residents include.
Beñat Intxausti Elorriaga is a Spanish professional road bicycle racer, who last rode for UCI Professional Continental team Euskadi–Murias. Intxausti was born in Biscay. In 2012, he won the Vuelta a Asturias and finished 10th overall in the Vuelta a España despite working for his team leader, Alejandro Valverde. In 2013, Intxausti won stage 16 in the Giro d'Italia after being part of a breakaway and finished 8th overall, he had the leaders' jersey for one day. In the Tour of Beijing, Intxausti won the only mountain stage and claimed the general classification victory. After five seasons with Movistar, in September 2015 Team Sky announced that Intxausti would join them in 2016 on an initial two-year contract. However, after a promising start to 2016, Intxausti's career became blighted with illness and was unable to race for extended periods. In 2019, he moved to the lower-level Euskadi–Murias team. Official website Beñat Intxausti at ProCyclingStats Beñat Intxausti at Cycling Archives