MATTER OF RECORD: May 30, 2021

first_img MATTER OF RECORD: May 30, 2021 By Odessa American – May 30, 2021 WhatsApp Facebook MARRIAGE APPLICATIONSMay 21: Juan Antonio Beltran Ravelo and Tomas Chavez Garcia, Luis Carlos Quintana and Mariah Ysabel Ramos.May 24: Kenneth Ray Cook and Melanie Sanchez, Cody Dewayne Brem and Ashton Patrice Brazell.May 25: Gabriel Rios and Crystal Marisol Estrada.May 26: Victor Manuel Cardiel and Mary Elizabeth Terry, Wade Mathew Henderson and Lina Kay Shelton, Francisco Danial Penosola and Rhonda Ann Cedillos.May 27: Julian Gloria Vega Jr. and Jessica Lee Dominguez, Reid Verdoza Rodriguez and Margarita Llanez Ramirez, James Alan Baker and Debra Gene Vincent, Simon Ross Quintero Jr. and Brianne Marie Rodriguez.May 28: Alexis Luna Hernandez and Laura Edith Aldaco Rojo.DIVORCESMay 21: Sarah Cortinez Cantu and Zachary Noel Cantu.May 24: Juan Calderon and Sandra Calderon, Pedro Rodriguez Rios and Esther Fernandez Rios, Marci D’nett Hutson and Russell Lynn Hutson.May 25: Guadalupe Navarrette Rubio and Neftaly Rubio, Maria Carolina Vega and Juan Carlos Vega Cortez, Tina Marie Owen and Jerdiah Lucius Owen. Twitter Pinterest WhatsAppcenter_img Pinterest Local NewsAnnouncementsMatter of Record Twitter TAGSdivorcesmarriage applicationsmatter of record Previous articleBBB Tip: Beware of patriotic-themed scams on Memorial DayNext articleHoly Cow! History: The 14-year-old Medal of Honor recipient Odessa American Facebooklast_img read more

Free Seedlings Available

first_imgFree tree seedlings will be available to Ocean City residents on April 1 as part of the New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign.This program helps communities replace trees damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, April 1, residents will be able to pick up tree seedlings at City Hall (861 Asbury Avenue) or the Ocean City Community Center (1735 Simpson Avenue).Seedlings are available on a first-come, first-served basis. They come with instructions on how to store, care for, and plant them.The guides help residents choose the right place on a property to plant a tree while keeping in mind the tree’s full-grown size in the future.Residents should plant the seedlings within two days after pick-up in order to prevent the roots from drying out.The goal of the Tree Recovery Campaign is to distribute 600,000 tree seedlings to New Jersey residents over the course of six years.It is a joint effort between Ocean City, the New Jersey Forest Service, New Jersey Soil Conservation Districts, Sustainable Jersey, Arbor Day Foundation, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Canon, and FedEx.When properly planted and maintained, trees can be assets to a community, according to a press release.They improve the visual appeal of a neighborhood or business district, increase property values, reduce home cooling costs, remove air pollutants, and provide wildlife habitat, among many other benefits.For a list of all distribution locations across the state, visit www.forestry.nj.gov or www.facebook.com/newjerseyforests.If you have any questions, call the Purchasing Division at 609-525-9356.The City of Ocean City, New Jersey, 861 Asbury Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey 08226, 1 800-Beach. From left, Ocean City Shade Tree Committee Chairman Joseph Clark and volunteers Mary Lou Hayes and Barbara Henry admire some of the seedlings given away to the public in April of 2018.last_img read more

Phishin’ With Matisyahu: How LSD “Turned My Entire World Inside Out”

first_imgPhish’s Baker’s Dozen run is quickly approaching. As is tradition for summer tour, there will be an enormous amount of talent surrounding the entertainment with pre- and post-shows galore. Phish’s thirteen nights at Madison Square Garden will be no different, as Live For Live Music plans to take over New York City with over a dozen shows of our own.L4LM’s Official Guide To Phish Baker’s Dozen Late NightsAs the shenanigans approach, we’ll be discussing Phish with a number of artists who will be in town performing some of these late-night shows. Last week, we interviewed Craig Brodhead from Turkuaz. In the second installment of our “Phishin’ With” series, Matisyahu discusses his relationship with the band Phish — ahead of his intimate 8/2 performance at The Cutting Room (tickets).Matisyahu found himself on stage at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival with the de facto leader of improvisational rock-n-roll; Phish’s front man Trey Anastasio back in 2015. Many early fans of Matisyahu remember that moment clearly not because of the songs he played in front of the 80,000 person crowd, but because of his seemingly unfettered confidence (or perhaps naiveté) in helping lead Trey and his band through an improvisational display of beat boxing and lyrical gymnastics during the two songs performed. It may have been unrefined, but Matisyahu’s passion for full band improvisation was laid bare.In this interview, Matisyahu tells us where his love for Phish began and how it’s since evolved.Live For Live Music: Tell us about your first Phish concert experience.Matisyahu: I was 16 at the Centrum in Worcester, Massachusetts. I had been in Israel for the fall semester of my junior year in high school and had a spiritual awakening of sorts as it related to my identity as a Jew. I had come home and was pretty depressed after having such an experience, and then having to return to high school and regular life was pretty brutal. I met my friend Jason from Israel and we drove from his dad’s place near Boston. We took LSD for the first time and got into the show pretty early. What can I say, from the moment they started playing my life was never the same. I experienced music that night in a way that turned my entire world inside out, and knew in the depths of my soul that it is where I live. With Music. Thank You Phish and Tim Leary.L4LM: How would you describe the music of Phish?Matisyahu: Similar to the Grateful Dead in that their music spans multiple American genres. Also in the element of Improvisation. They can take you into your darkness, gradually show you a glimmer of light in your soul, allow you to explore and journey through your ups and downs, build you up to a breakthrough, then be completely goofy, and so on. They are masters of Improvisation and creating an atmosphere for people to explore.L4LM: How many Phish shows have you seen?Matisyahu: Not really sure, probably only 50 or so.L4LM: Do you have a favorite show or most memorable experience?Matisyahu: My first. I also had another show fall 1996 in Charleston, South Carolina where I believe I swear Trey looked at me and smiled and was like, “I’ll see you on stage with me in a few years.” Which happened by the way at Bonaroo in 2005. I sang two song with Trey band on Saturday night. It was cosmic.L4LM: What are your two favorite Phish songs?Matisyahu: “Bathtub Gin” and “Tweezer.” Only because I listened to them yesterday. For me, the best Phish song isn’t the song, it’s the improvisation in the song and it can be in any song. It’s that moment when things are really happening and it might happen one night in one song and the next in another.L4LM: What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever seen at a Phish show?Matisyahu: Thats tough. I once started a minor riot in a parking lot outside the Omni in Atlanta. It was Halloween 1996 and I lost my shoes in the show and was wandering in an enclosed parking lot when it let out. I started drumming and singing the Rasta Man Chant and it turned into hundreds of people, fire spitters, banging on pipes and walls. A paddy wagon with cops rolled up and then just left like they didn’t know what to do. That was nuts.Tickets for Matisyahu’s late-night performance at The Cutting Room are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For show updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.last_img read more