Richard Palmer-James
British musician
Richard Palmer-James
Richard Jeffrey Charles Palmer-James was lyricist for the progressive rock group King Crimson in the early 1970s. The unusual role as a non-playing member was not without precedent: Palmer replaced Peter Sinfield who had also written King Crimson lyrics. Prior to joining King Crimson, he had played in various Bournemouth bands: The Corvettes, The Palmer-James Group, Tetrad, and Ginger Man, all of which also included John Wetton on bass and vocals.
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Richard James, 23
LATimes - over 1 year
Richard James, a 23-year-old black male, died Wednesday, Oct. 14, after being shot in West Hollywood, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Recap: Cristina Defends Shane Against Meredith
Hollywood Life - about 3 years
Plus, Alex gets a shocking surprise! The holiday break brought fresh drama to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. The Dec. 5 episode of Grey’s Anatomy featured a surprising kiss, April’s (Sarah Drew) hilarious bridal shower, and Bailey’s (Chandra Wilson) continuing struggle to maintain control of her life. Lights, Camera, Scalpel! Cristina (Sandra Oh) was planning a surgery using a conduit from Meredith’s (Ellen Pompeo) printer. Apparently, this was a HUGE deal. Doctors everywhere wanted a chance to view this groundbreaking surgery. However, the parents of the patient didn’t want cameras in the room. Funny thing is, Cristina didn’t even know about it and wasn’t happy about all the attention. Owen (Kevin McKidd) convinced her to allow cameras inside the OR. So, Cristina’s surgery got the royal treatment. When the patient started to crash, she asked the cameras to be turned off. In the morning, the patient still wasn’t stable and the parents were getting anxious. Cristina began quest ...
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Osteopath jailed for indecency offences - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 3 years
Stuff.co.nz Osteopath jailed for indecency offences New Zealand Herald A former osteopath sentenced to eight years in jail for sexual offences against women patients at his Gisborne practice, believed he was a "crusader'' in his field, a court has been told. Richard James Davis, 53, was sentenced by Justice David Collins in the ... Osteopath gets eight years' prisonStuff.co.nz 8 years for osteopath guilty of sex offencesNewstalk ZB Osteopath jailed for violating patients3News NZ SunLive all 7 news articles »
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'Grey's Anatomy' Season 10 Premiere Trailer (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Grey's Anatomy" left fans hanging with a brutal Season 9 finale, but we've got the exclusive first look at the two-hour Season 10 premiere, titled "Seal Our Fate" (Thurs., Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC). And as we've all been warned, things at Grey Sloan Memorial are "messy" and the storm isn't over yet! Watch the newest trailer, above, to see more snippets of the drama, the destruction and the possible deaths -- yes, someone actually calls time of death, but for who? -- and see what you can decipher from the snippets of footage. No one will tell Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) what happened while she was busy having a baby, and when Owen (Kevin McKidd) pronounces a patient (possibly Richard!) dead, Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) look awfully upset. What stands out to us most: Bailey (Chandra Wilson) pleading with Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) to help save a patient -- again, possibly Richard! (James Pickens Jr) -- saying, "He's going to die if we don't do anything!" And Yang's ...
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Osteopath denies sexually violating patients - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 3 years
Osteopath denies sexually violating patients New Zealand Herald An osteopath accused of sexually violating and indecently assaulting 10 female patients has pleaded not guilty to more than 20 charges as a jury trial got underway at the High Court in Wellington this morning. Richard James Davis of Gisborne has been ... Osteopath on trial for sexual abuseTVNZ all 2 news articles »
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Richard James Simpson
Argus Press - over 3 years
Age 82, of East Tawas, formerly of Owosso, passed away peacefully at his home under the loving care of his family and hospice. 
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Cyclist killed in Newbridge minibus crash named
Campaign - over 3 years
The victim of the fatal road traffic collision that occurred on the A472 at Newbridge on Sunday evening between a cyclist and a mini bus has been named as 30 year old Owain Richard James from Oakdale.
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9 Brilliant Inventions Made by Mistake
Inc. Magazine - over 4 years
Without a sloppy scientist, a creative Navy officer's wife, and a hasty sanatorium chef, we might not have penicillin, the Slinky, or Wheaties today. Think necessity is the mother of invention? Not always. There is a very thin line between brilliant innovation and absolute failure, as some of these inventors famously found out. Some of the most popular products we use today were accidents stumbled on by clumsy scientists, chefs who spilled things, and misguided inventors who--in the case of the glue used on Post-it Notes--were trying to create the opposite of what they ended up with. But we can all take comfort in knowing even some huge mistakes can come with silver linings, sometimes big enough to change entire industries. And sometimes, even forgetting to wash your hands has its advantages. 1. Penicillin If Alexander Fleming's mother were around, we all might be a lot sicker. Like anyone eager to go on vacation, Alexander Fleming left a pile of dirty petri dishes stacked up a ...
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Betty Ernst, 76, Former FCPS Teacher
Burke Patch - over 4 years
Elizabeth “Betty” McGeachy Ernst, 76, of Springfield, Virginia and Montreat, North Carolina, passed away on July 26, 2012 at Mission Memorial Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina from complications following abdominal surgery.  Betty was born to the Reverend Daniel Patrick McGeachy, Jr. and Elizabeth Lyle McClure on February 7, 1936 at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.  The “preacher’s daughter” grew up in Monroe, NC and Clearwater, Florida, graduating from Clearwater High School in 1953.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and Psychology from Queens College of Charlotte in NC, her Master of Arts in English from the University of South Florida, and her Master of Education in Counseling from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Upon graduating from Queens College, she spent a year working in England and loved to travel throughout her life, taking each of her eight grandchildren on individual intergenerational Elderhostel trips.   Betty taught English at Largo High Schoo ...
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Someone Here Could Help Save a Life at Saturday's Bone Marrow Drive
Cuyahoga Falls Patch - over 4 years
She's miles away in Vermont, but a group of Stow people organizing a bone marrow drive Saturday for a friend with leukemia hope to find someone in northeast Ohio who is a match for Amelia Lincoln.  Who knows, the potential donor could even be in Cuyahoga Falls. Lincoln, who is married to 1999 Stow-Munroe Falls High School graduate James Patterson, recently relapsed which prompted friends to take action.  "He told me his wife relapsed with leukemia and we put this all together," said Annal Vyas, a close friend of the couple who were married in 2005. Vyas and more than 40 friends in the Stow area have organized a bone marrow drive Saturday at the high school from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. "There are so many people involved," said Vyas. You can get a good idea of the people involved by going to volunteeramelia.com. There are more than 40 people coming together to plan the event: "Stephanie Falkenstein Nicklos, who was the senior class president of Stow '99 was really instrument ...
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Susan Michals: Le Mans: 24 Hours of Whacked Outfits, Breaking Records and Speeds of 149 MPH
Huffington Post - over 4 years
(Richard, James and Will from Northern England at Le Mans 2012/photo: Susan Michals) First of all, the world's oldest and most famous race is now over. Audi won, (again) with their three driver rotation of Benoît Tréluyer, André Lotterer, and Marcel Fässler with Lotterer setting a new record with a lap time of 3:23.787 at an average of 149 MPH on the 13-mile Le Mans track... in a hybrid no less (the R18 E-tron Quattro). Le Mans is a race of endurance and efficiency -- and that can be found not only on the track, but trickling out into the crowd itself. All told, 240,000 people showed up to watch the race this year. While this race is 24 hours on the track, many devotees arrive 4-5 days ahead of time to celebrate all things Le Mans. Fans collide from all corners of the globe -- from Denmark to New York to Japan, ranging in age from 6 months with strollers to those well over 90 with walkers. The majority is predominantly male (listen up ladies) and while there are no off ...
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Suspect In Home Invasion of Jeweler Awaits May 25 Court
Chesterfield Patch - almost 5 years
A 42-year-old man charged with 10 counts in the armed home invasion robbery of a Chesterfield jeweler and his wife, now has a May 25 court date for a settlement conference. Richard James Lynch, the suspect, was released only days earlier from 17 years in prison for two burglaries and one robbery according to court records, when he was arrested as a suspect in the February 25 Chesterfield home invasion robbery. Lynch was listed with an O'Fallon address between release from prison and the return to jail after this latest arrest. The upcoming settlement conference for Lynch would typically be the start of discussions among attorneys and the court over how to proceed in the case. Discovery (or fact-finding) in the case could potentially put Lynch in violation of any probation or parole that existed on his release from prison in February on a previous robbery conviction. Chesterfield police said they were on the lookout for the suspect in the armed home invasion case, after a ...
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The Pepsi Creator's Kids Just Smacked The Company With A Huge Lawsuit (PEP)
Business Insider - almost 5 years
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The heirs of Richard Ritchie, the man who developed the formula for Pepsi-Cola in 1931, sued Pepsico Inc on Friday, saying they wanted to erase any doubt that his documents were theirs to share with historians, collectors and film producers. A lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court by Ritchie's daughter, Joan Ritchie Silleck, and his son, Robert Ritchie, said they wanted to "tell their father's extraordinary life story without interference or the threat of litigation" from Pepsi. A spokesman for the Purchase, New York-based company could not immediately be reached to comment. The lawsuit asks the court for undisclosed damages for what it called Pepsi's "improper interference with their rights in the Ritchie invention and the Ritchie documents." It said the documents had been "physically and legally" controlled by a member of the Ritchie family for more than 50 years. The estate of Ritchie's late son, Richard, was also identified as a plaintiff. Richard ...
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Pepsi formula inventor’s heirs sue Pepsico
Financial Post - almost 5 years
The heirs of Richard Ritchie, the man who developed the formula for Pepsi-Cola in 1931, sued Pepsico Inc on Friday, saying they wanted to erase any doubt that his documents were theirs to share with historians, collectors and film producers. A lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court by Ritchie’s daughter, Joan Ritchie Silleck, and his son, Robert Ritchie, said they wanted to “tell their father’s extraordinary life story without interference or the threat of litigation” from Pepsi. A spokesman for the Purchase, New York-based company could not immediately be reached to comment. The lawsuit asks the court for undisclosed damages for what it called Pepsi’s “improper interference with their rights in the Ritchie invention and the Ritchie documents.” Related PepsiCo profit dips in first quarter It said the documents had been “physically and legally” controlled by a member of the Ritchie family for more than 50 years. The estate of Ritchie’s late son, Richard, was also i ...
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Green Man 2012 Line Up Grows
Clash - almost 5 years
The organisers of The Green Man have confirmed another batch of new additions. Hidden in the black mountains, The Green Man is one of Britain's most idiosyncratic events. In the past the festival has invited Celtic druids to bless the site in case of rain, and their free-thinking spreads through every aspect of the event. Continuing to expand, Green Man recently added several new names to its line up. The Tallest Man On Earth will return to Brecon Beacons for the first time since 2010, bringing with them a new album. 'There's No Leaving No' is due to be released in June, with The Tallest Man On Earth set to unveil the new material at the Green Man. Elsewhere, fans can soak up sets from the John Leckie-produced London based collective AHAB, while former Gorky’s man Richard James will bring his pastoral, acoustic loveliness to the Welsh site. Other newcomers include David McCaffrey and One Sixth Of Tommy, while the Green Man have also confirmed a set from The Bees. B ...
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Police Make Five Wednesday Arrests
Bensalem Patch - almost 5 years
The following arrest information was provided by the Bensalem Township Police Department. It does not imply conviction. On Wednesday, April 18, Bensalem police made the following arrests: At 10:53 a.m., a 16-year-old male from Bensalem was charged with violation of the daytime curfew in the 900 block of Bristol Pike. He will receive a citation. At 1:12 p.m., Kristen L. Lawrence, 20 and Michael Hopkins, 28, both with no fixed address, were arrested at the Macy’s Department Store, Neshaminy Mall and charged with retail theft. They were sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of a $500 fine each. At 6:23 p.m., Tracey A. Barats, 38, of the 400 block of Dunksferry Road, was arrested in the 3700 block of Devonshire Place, on an outstanding warrant out of Bucks County. She was turned over to Bucks County Sheriff’s. At 7:30 p.m., Richard James Woelk, 29, of the 6600 block of Mayflower Drive, was arrested in the 3400 block Horizon Boulevard, Trevose and charged with retail theft. He ...
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Stream: Richard James - Pictures In The Morning
Clash - almost 5 years
Try as we might, ClashMusic can never quite wean itself away from the acoustic guitar. Capable of vast shifts in volume, tone and emotion the humble acoustic has sat the dead centre of many of our favourite records. An exile from Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Richard James is obviously partial to the hushed tones of the acoustic. New album 'Pictures In The Morning' is a delicately put together collective of psych folk hymns, mixing a rare simplicity with a far reaching imaginative sense. Gwymon Records are set to release the album on April 23rd, but fans can bask in its reflective, melancholic landscapes slightly earlier by listening to this exclusive stream below. - - - 'Pictures In The Morning' will be released on April 23rd.
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George W. Goelz, 87
Barrington Patch - almost 5 years
George W. Goelz, 87, of Barrington, IL, passed away, Saturday, April 14, 2012. He was born on June 21, 1924, to Roswell and Eleanor Goelz in Chicago. George was a WW II veteran, serving in the Army. He was a member of St. Matthews church of Barrington, the American Legion Tattler Post, and a lifetime member of the local VFW. George frequently enjoyed times spent at the Villa Bleu restaurant in Fox River Grove.  George is survived by his sister, Dorothy Farrell, step-children, Sandra (Jacque) Cribb, Duke (Patricia) Hegna and Alan Johnson; grandchildren, DeeAnna, Eric, Janet, Paul, Christine, Jason, Tara, Chad, Christopher and Kelly; twenty-one great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; nieces, Kathleen, Sandra, Nancy, Eileen and Donna; nephews, Robert, William, Richard, James and Edward; eight great nieces and nephews. George was preceded in death by his wife, Marie Goelz; brothers, Robert, Edward and Roswell Goelz, and his parents.  Visitation will be held from ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Richard Palmer-James
    FIFTIES
  • 2002
    Age 54
    He was a founding member of Supertramp; he played guitar and wrote the lyrics for their self-titled debut album under the name Richard Palmer and co-wrote the lyrics of the song "Goldrush," a song that had existed since his early days in the band and finally been recorded on their 2002 album, Slow Motion.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1997
    Age 49
    In 1997 he released a CD with former bandmate John Wetton under the title Monkey Business, a compilation of unreleased material including some songs that were recorded for the first time in studio, like a King Crimson tune called "Doctor Diamond".
    More Details Hide Details Today he makes his living mainly as a lyricist and keeps playing guitar in bars.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1978
    Age 30
    In 1978 he was visited by John Wetton and W.J. Hutcheson, who were his bandmates in Tetrad, and they recorded an album with the German drummer Curt Cress in 10 days called Jack-Knife performing songs from the early days.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1974
    Age 26
    Palmer wrote lyrics for three of King Crimson's most highly regarded albums, Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Starless and Bible Black, and Red. He did not participate in any of King Crimson's recordings after Robert Fripp temporarily disbanded the group in 1974, but subsequently worked with John Wetton and David Cross from the band.
    More Details Hide Details Palmer has lived in Munich since the early 1970s.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Born
    Born in 1947.
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