Fred Berry
Actor
Fred Berry
Fred "Rerun" Berry was an American actor best known for the role of Fred "Rerun" Stubbs on the popular 1970s television show What's Happening!!.
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Warm farewell for Salem City Council President Joan Lovely
Boston Globe - about 4 years
On the same night that long-time State Senator Fred Berry addressed his colleagues and bid farewell on Beacon Hill, his replacement received a warm farewell from her colleagues in the chamber that she has called home for the past 15 years.
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POLL: Which Senate Candidate Will You Vote for on Thursday?
Danvers Patch - over 4 years
Four local democrats will be facing off on Thursday, Sept. 6 in the primary for the 2nd Essex District Senate Seat. Edward Carroll, Joan Lovely, Mary-Ellen Manning and John Slattery are all vying for the opportunity to claim outgoing Sen. Fred Berry's seat. The winner of Thursday's primary will be facing off against Republican Richard Jolitz of Beverly in November.  With the election just days away, we want to know — who will you be voting for? Be sure to log into Patch and take our poll. Complete coverage on the race can be found under "elections" in our news tab at the top of the homepage.
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Berry Endorses Lovely for Senate
Danvers Patch - over 4 years
Sen. Fred Berry had endorsed Salem City Councilor Joan Lovely for his senate seat. “I will cast my vote for Joan Lovely,” Berry said in a statement that was leaked to the press two days before planned, according to an article in the Salem News. “As an eight-term city councilor and longtime community leader, Joan knows what local communities need from the state government. She has demonstrated both compassion and political courage in dealing with tight municipal budgets and providing vital services to her community.” Joan Lovely said she "had no clue" of the endorsement until she was informed by a reporter, according to the Salem News article. Berry has been senator of the 2nd Essex District — Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, Salem and Topsfield — since being elected in 1982.
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Brighouse ECHO - over 4 years
THERE will be dancing in the streets of Brighouse on Saturday when the Totally Locally Food and Craft Market takes over the town. A range of musical entertainment has been arranged to set toes tapping and get visitors in the mood to spend their money at the vast array of stalls in Commercial Street and around the town centre. There will be visits from Vegas Elvis, swing band the Flashbacks and Kirklees Music as well as steam train rides and fairground attractions for children. The market will be held on Bank Holiday Saturday from 10am to 3pm. It will feature a hot food banquet, hog roast, Mongolian stir fry and traditional refreshments at Brighouse Rest Centre. New stallholders will include Little Red Berry who make alcoholic fruit liqueurs and Porkshire from Southowram selling locally-reared pork. Lesley Adams, chairman of Brighouse Business Initiative, said: “The popularity of the Brighouse food and craft market has grown and grown and offers visitors a chance to buy great quali ...
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Fuss-Free Berry Tiramisu
Wall Street Journal - over 4 years
This juicy summer dessert doesn't trifle around with baking or custard-making.
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Farm Bureau event showcases candidates
Columbia Daily Tribune - over 4 years
Candidate after candidate touted ties to agriculture during a Farm Bureau political forum Friday, so Fred Berry seemed to stand out when he introduced himself as never having lived on a farm.
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Endicott College in Beverly to hold commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 19
Boston Globe - almost 5 years
Senate Majority Leader Fred Berry and commencement speaker Salome Thomas-EL will be awarded Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters when Endicott holds its 72nd commencement ceremonies at The Stadium on Saturday.
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New $133.7 Million Agricultural and Technical High School Breaks Ground
Hamilton-Wenham Patch - almost 5 years
State and town officials, school administrators, trustees and stakeholders joined to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new $133.7 million Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical High School at the Essex Agricultural campus in Danvers on Wednesday.  Described as a "powerful champion" since the inception of the project, which dates back to the mid-1990's, Senate Majority Leader Fred Berry said waking up on Wednesday morning he was "very, very happy." Berry was presented with a plaque of honor from current freshmen at the North Shore Tech and Essex Agricultural School. The mega-vocational school will be the only high school in the state to offer all of the programs in one facility that are currently offered between Essex Aggie, North Shore Tech and Peabody. There are 5 students from Wenham that attend the current school. The number of students from Hamilton was not immidiately available from school officials. The fiscal 2013 budget in Hamilton puts $144,600 towards t ...
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Peabody's Manning first on ballot for Second Essex Senate
Boston Globe - almost 5 years
On Wednesday, current District Five Governors Councilor Mary-Ellen Manning became the first official candidate on the ballot to succeed retiring 30-year incumbent Fred Berry for the Second Essex Senate seat.
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Manning First to Qualify for Ballot in Bid for Senate Seat
Danvers Patch - almost 5 years
[The following press release was submitted by the Manning Committee.]  Mary-Ellen Manning, the current Governor’s Councilor for the North Shore, is the first official candidate running for the seat being vacated by state Sen. Fred Berry to qualify for the ballot. A month ahead of the May 29, 2012 deadline, Mary-Ellen turned in the maximum number of certified signatures allowed by law along with her ethics disclosures to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Manning is now officially on the ballot for the Second Essex State Senate seat. “I am so grateful to my team of focused, effective and dedicated volunteers as well as to all the voters who signed my papers,” Manning said. “It is my honor to be given the opportunity to represent the North Shore—the five cities and towns that are nearest and dearest to me. To those of you who are lending your support, I vow to you: I will not let you down. I plan to bring to the state Senate the same work ethic and energy shown by the campaign t ...
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Danvers Firefighters Join Brethen, Back Slattery for Senate
Peabody Patch - almost 5 years
Joining their brethren in Peabody and Salem, the Danvers firefighters have likewise pledged their support to John Slattery in the State Senate race. Slattery, who is running against Mary-Ellen Manning and Joan Lovely to succeed Peabody's Fred Berry for the 2nd Essex District seat, met with union membership last Thursday. A letter from IAFF Local 2038 President Brian Barry on Friday announced that the union was endorsing Slattery. Slattery said he was honored to have the support. "John has a proven record of being proactive in his support of public service and the working class at both the state and local levels. We feel that John would bring much needed strength, leadership and experience to the 2nd Essex Senate District during these tough economic times," Barry wrote. Slattery is a former state Representative for Peabody and served one term as a city councilor prior to that. Lovely recently issued a challenge to her opponents to not accept financial contributions from p ...
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Peabody's plans for Main Street moving forward - The Salem News
Google News - over 5 years
Fred Berry. "Everybody expects a miracle. I don't think there will be any miracles," Councilor-at-large David Gravel said in approving moving forward with seeking funding. "This is just one step toward bringing life into the downtown and, as a step,
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Jo Ann Berry, musician and volunteer, remembered for class, faith and love of ... - Tulsa World
Google News - over 5 years
Berry is survived by her husband, Fred Berry; seven children, Judy Bryant, Jane Brady, Joel Jac Carlson, Jim Carlson, Joyce Carlson, Janet Lalli and Jeff Carlson; five stepchildren; 12 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren
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Hunter's Ed course slated at conservation center - Baxter Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
3 at the Fred Berry Conservation Education Center in Yellville. The AGFC's mandatory hunter education regulation went into effect July 1, 1985. The regulation makes it unlawful for any person born after Dec. 31, 1968, to take or attempt to take
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LES hip hop history stars in Baruch brothers' new film - The Villager
Google News - over 5 years
Bam starred in the movie “Krush Groove,” performed with the Fat Boys, and also coached Fred Berry (Rerun) in his signature dance steps on “What's Happening!!” Bam finishes off the clip by doing the funky-floppy Rerun dance. The Lower East Side also was
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Salem board approves “Stephanie's Law” rally for slain Peabody woman - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
It was sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Fred Berry of Peabody. "He's been right there the whole way," Flynn said of Berry. "He was at my daughter's funeral, and he hasn't left our side since."
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'Power couple' are Seniors of Year - The Salem News
Google News - over 5 years
Fred Berry, Massachusetts Secretary of Elder Affairs Ann Hartstein, Mayor Bill Scanlon, and councilors Cahill, Jim Latter and Wes Slate on behalf of the Beverly City Council. Scanlon declared yesterday "Bill and Marguerite Coughlin Day
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Community Briefs - Baxter Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
YELLVILLE — The Marion County University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, 4-H and Fred Berry Conservation Education Center Conservation Day for youth ages 5-16 is set 10 am Tuesday, according to Brian See, county extension agent
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Fred Berry
    FIFTIES
  • 2003
    Age 51
    On October 21, 2003, Berry died at his Los Angeles home, where he was recovering from a stroke.
    More Details Hide Details He is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles in an unmarked grave.
  • FORTIES
  • 2001
    Age 49
    For at least the Spring and Summer of 2001, and for an unknown duration, Berry toured with the UniverSoul Circus as his Rerun character.
    More Details Hide Details At that time, he was their sole celebrity performer and received accolades from the cast and circus patrons alike. Berry appeared in the Snoop Dogg video "It's A Doggy Dogg World", which was a tribute to the black culture of the 1970s. He performed his legendary dance moves in a Soul Train line. He appeared in fellow Locker Toni Basil's music video "Shopping From A to Z". Berry returned to the screen in 1998 in the action movie In the Hood and appeared in Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003), playing himself in a song at the end. His final role was in In the Land of Merry Misfits, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Berry was married six times to four different women, the first two of whom he married twice. Berry had legally changed his middle name to Rerun after his success on What's Happening!!
  • 1996
    Age 44
    Berry made a brief appearance in Insane Clown Posse's film Big Money Hustlas as Bootleg Greg, a merchandise counterfeiter. In 1996, he made an appearance in Less Than Jake's video "Dopeman" (which was never aired on television).
    More Details Hide Details In the second season of the comedy television series Scrubs, he appeared in his iconic Rerun suspenders and beret in an extended dance sequence fantasized by Dr. John "JD" Dorian (which included a dozen others also wearing the same outfit).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Born
    Born on March 19, 1951.
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