Friday will be remembered as a heartbreaking day for country music, as two of its stars — Troy Gentry and Don Williams — died within hours of each other.
One half of Montgomery Gentry — a platinum-selling duo known for hits like “Where I Come From” — Gentry died in a helicopter crash in Medford, New Jersey, prior to his show there with Eddie Montgomery, his musical partner since 1999. He was 50.
Don Williams died at the age of 78 following a “short illness,” according to a statement released by the country great’s rep on Friday. Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010, Williams was known for classics like “Good Ole Boys Like Me,” “Tulsa Time,” “I Believe in You,” and “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.”
(MSN News, September 9, 2017, http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/country-music-reacts-to-devastating-deaths-of-two-singers-in-one-day/ar-AArwwaw?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp )
Eric Bolling’s teenage son found dead
(MSN News, September 9, 2017, www.msn.com )
Child actor, star of ‘Shiloh’ Blake Heron found dead at 35
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And we’re here…to remind you… that this singer epitomized angry chick rock. Now she’s writing a self-help book and is turning her “Jagged Littie Pill” album into a musical. She’s just one of the icons that made the 1990s fun. Take a loo…
https://www.bing.com/search?q=blake+heron&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=5111639beea14e49b9a71f86624797f8&cc=US&setlang=en-US&PC=TBTS, September 9, 2017
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September 9, 2017. About Me. I am she who is constantly wrapped in mourning. (Song of Solomon 1:7-8)
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(Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, September 9, 2017, http://www.chron.com/entertainment/celebrities/article/Blake-Heron-35-dead-star-of-Shiloh-12184069.php)
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By Jeff Vice, Movie Critic
hub of movie activity in recent months, at the moment film and television production in Utah has slowed to a crawl. A “winter lull,” if you will.
But Utah Film Commission officials expect the pace to pick up considerably this spring and summer.”We’re expecting (1998) to be a good year, maybe even a record-breaking one for movie activity,” said Saundra Saperstein, marketing director for the film commission.
Saperstein bases that prediction on the state’s track record. At least a dozen feature film projects, an equal number of made-for-TV movies and an even larger number of television series episodes have been shot in Utah on a yearly basis.
There are currently no film projects being shot in Utah. However, Saperstein noted that the television series “Touched by an Angel” and “Promised Land” are still in production locally and few films are ever shot during Utah’s winter season.
“We have two television series that are shooting almost an entire season’s worth of episodes in this state. That’s not exactly small potatoes,” she said.
Also, quite a few films and series made in Utah are just now starting to show up in theaters or in video stores. Though none are blockbusters like “Con Air” or “Independence Day,” there are still some name actors involved.
Following is a list of projects filmed in Utah over the past year or two, with projected dates for theatrical release:
– MOVIES CURRENTLY IN THEATERS OR NEW TO VIDEO:
– “Invasion of Privacy.” Cast: Johnathon Schaech, Mili Avital, Naomi Campbell, David Keith, Char-lotte Rampling.
– MOVIES DUE IN THEATERS OR ON VIDEO SOON:
“Clay Pigeons.” Cast: Vince Vaughn, Joaquin Phoenix, Janeane Garofalo. (Scheduled release date: May 8.)
– “Meet the Deedles.” Cast: Dennis Hopper, Paul Walker IV, Steve Von Wormer. (April 3.)
– “Passion in the Desert.” Cast: Ben Daniels, Michel Piccoli. (Summer.)
– MOVIES THAT MAY SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY THIS YEAR:
– “The Face on the Barroom Floor” (short film). Cast: Mickey Rooney.
– “Heaven or Vegas.” Cast: Richard Grieco, Yasmine Bleeth.
– “Mr. Atlas.” Cast: Timothy Bottoms, T.J. Lowther.
– “S.L.C. Punk.” Cast: Matthew Lillard, Jennifer Lien, Summer Phoenix.
– “Zack & Reba.” Cast: Debbie Reynolds.
– MOVIES IN LIMBO (DON’T EXPECT TO SEE THEM ANYTIME SOON):
– “Cheyenne.” No cast or production information available.
– “Peroxide Passion.” No cast or production information available.
– “Salmon’s Run.” No cast or production information available.
– “Same River Twice.” Cast: John Putch.
– “Wind River.” Cast: Blake Heron, A Martinez, Karen Allen, Wes Studi, Russell Means.
(Moviemaking in Utah caught in `winter lull,’ but spring’s on way, by Jeff Vice, Mormon Church of Satan Deseret News, February 27, 1998; The Grand America Hotel and Restoration Hardware advertisements: September 9, 2017, http://www.deseretnews.com/article/615587/Moviemaking-in-Utah-caught-in-winter-lull-but-springs-on-way.html?pg=all )
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(Shiʹloh) [He Whose It Is; He to Whom It Belongs].
1. In pronouncing a blessing upon Judah, the dying patriarch Jacob said: “The scepter will not turn aside from Judah, neither the commander’s staff from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and to him the obedience of the peoples will belong.” (Ge 49:10) Beginning with the rule of the Judean David, power to command (the commander’s staff) and regal sovereignty (the scepter) were the possessions of the tribe of Judah. This was to continue until the coming of Shiloh, indicating that the royal line of Judah would terminate in Shiloh as the permanent heir. Similarly, before the overthrow of the kingdom of Judah, Jehovah indicated to the last Judean king, Zedekiah, that rulership would be given to one having the legal right. (Eze 21:26, 27) This would evidently be Shiloh, as the name “Shiloh” is understood to signify “He Whose It Is; He to Whom It Belongs.”
In the centuries that followed, Jesus Christ is the only descendant of David to whom kingship was promised. Before the birth of Jesus, the angel Gabriel said to Mary: “Jehovah God will give him the throne of David his father, and he will rule as king over the house of Jacob forever, and there will be no end of his kingdom.” (Lu 1:32, 33) Therefore, Shiloh must be Jesus Christ, “the Lion that is of the tribe of Judah.”
Concerning the ancient Jewish view of Genesis 49:10, a Commentary edited by F. C. Cook (p. 233) notes: “All Jewish antiquity referred the prophecy to Messiah. Thus the Targum of Onkelos has ‘until the Messiah come, whose is the kingdom;’ the Jerusalem Targum, ‘until the time that the king Messiah shall come, whose is the kingdom.’ . . . So the Babylonian Talmud (‘Sanhedrim,’ cap. II. fol. 982), ‘What is Messiah’s name? His name is Shiloh, for it is written, Until Shiloh come.’”
2. A city located in the territory of Ephraim and “north of Bethel, toward the east of the highway that goes up from Bethel to Shechem and toward the south of Lebonah.” (Jg 21:19) The suggested identification for Shiloh is Khirbet Seilun (Shillo), about 15 km (9.5 mi) NNE of Bethel. The site fits the Biblical description. It occupies a hill and, with the exception of a valley on the SW, is surrounded by higher hills.
After the tabernacle was set up at Shiloh (Jos 18:1), the apportioning of the land to the Israelites was completed from there. (Jos 18:1–21:42) Following the division of the land, the tribes E of the Jordan erected an altar by that river. Viewing this as an act of apostasy, the other tribes assembled at Shiloh to fight against them. However, when it was explained that the altar was to be a memorial of faithfulness to Jehovah, peaceful relations were maintained.
At a later time, 12,000 valiant Israelite warriors undertook punitive action against the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead for failing to join in the fight against the Benjamites. However, 400 virgins of Jabesh-gilead were brought to Shiloh and later given to the Benjamites. The Benjamites were also instructed to get other wives from the daughters of Shiloh, carrying them off by force as the women participated in the circle dances associated with the yearly festival to Jehovah held at Shiloh.
During most, if not all, of the period covered by the book of Judges, the tabernacle remained at Shiloh. (Jg 18:31; 1Sa 1:3, 9, 24; 2:14; 3:21; 1Ki 2:27) Shortly before High Priest Eli’s death, the Israelites, while fighting the Philistines, removed the Ark from the tabernacle and transferred it to the battlefield, trusting in its presence to give them victory. However, Jehovah allowed the Philistines to capture the Ark. As it was never returned to Shiloh, this signified that Jehovah had forsaken Shiloh, since the Ark represented his presence. (1Sa 4:2-11) The forsaking of Shiloh is alluded to by the psalmist (Ps 78:60, 61; compare 1Sa 4:21, 22) and is used in Jeremiah’s prophecy to illustrate what Jehovah was going to do to the temple at Jerusalem.
In the tenth century B.C.E., the prophet Ahijah lived at Shiloh. (1Ki 12:15;14:2, 4) After the assassination of Gedaliah, in 607 B.C.E., certain men from Shiloh (either from the city or the region) came to Jerusalem to sacrifice.
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Shiloh; its desolate condition was used by Jeremiah as a vivid example
(INSIGHT on the Scriptures, God’s visible organization’s Watchtower Online Library, https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200004039, some of the federal agents who’re pretending to be Jehovah’s Witnesses gave me permission to post this information, cc all Mormon barristers)