Sarah Jane Hamilton
English pornographic film actor, comic book writer
Sarah Jane Hamilton
Sarah Jane Hamilton is a pornographic actress. Hamilton grew up and went to secondary school in London. She described herself as an ugly shy girl back then and was bullied by her peers. She became known as one of the first "female ejaculators" from Britain; though this was later dismissed by porn reviewer Pat Riley as urination in his review of The British are Coming. However, she has commented that she could not ejaculate on cue even though producers expect her to like a male performer.
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Midway Airport Privatization: Rahm Emanuel May Still Seek Deal After Talks Called Off
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By Karen Pierog CHICAGO, Sept 6 (Reuters) - A day after calling an abrupt halt to a bidding process for privatization of Midway Airport, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday sent signals that he still would like to pursue a deal in the future. Emanuel late Thursday halted the city's efforts to privatize operations of Chicago's second-largest airport after one bidding consortium pulled out, leaving the city with only one prospective bidder. A spokeswoman for the mayor, Sarah Hamilton, held out the possibility of future negotiations. "If it were to be considered in the future, it would have to be done with the mayor's same approach that ensures the long-term interests of taxpayers and residents are protected." At an unrelated event on Friday, Emanuel said he called off discussions because he was not willing to pursue a deal that would not meet his minimum expectations. "At the end of the day, thos ...
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Chicago Mayor Emanuel comes to the aid of bicyclist hit by truck
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday came to the aid of a bicyclist struck by a truck and stayed with her until an ambulance arrived. Emanuel was getting a cup of coffee at Big Shoulders Coffee in the city's River West area at about 8:30 a.m. when he heard the accident, spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton said. The mayor rushed over to the cyclist and stayed with her for a few minutes until an ambulance arrived at the scene, Hamilton said. According to local media, the bicyclist was not seriously injured. ...
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Ex-Chicago Comptroller Pleads Not Guilty To Corruption Charges
Huffington Post - over 3 years
By Brendan O'Brien Aug 19 (Reuters) - Chicago's former comptroller pleaded not guilty in federal court on Monday to charges that he took kickbacks and enriched one of his friends while serving as deputy treasurer in Ohio, court documents show. Amer Ahmad, 38, was charged with conspiracy, bribery, fraud and money laundering over accusations he helped his friend and securities broker, Douglas Hampton, acquire lucrative business from the Ohio treasurer's office, where Ahmad worked from 2008 to 2010, according to the indictment. Ahmad resigned as Chicago's comptroller on July 23 before news of the charges surfaced. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel appointed Ahmad shortly after becoming mayor in 2011. Chicago officials will conduct an audit of Ahmad's work, said Sarah Hamilton, a spokeswoman for the mayor. The indictment is the latest black eye on Emanuel's first term as the mayor of the third-lar ...
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Transportation agency alleges United Airlines is running a 'sham business' in new lawsuit
Fox News - about 4 years
A transportation agency plans to file a lawsuit Monday alleging that United Airlines is falsely claiming to buy huge amounts of jet fuel out of a small, rural Illinois office that doesn't even have a computer to avoid paying tens of millions of dollars in taxes in Chicago, where the purchases are allegedly being made. The Regional Transportation Authority alleges United Aviation Fuels Corp., a subsidy of United Airlines, has operated a "sham" office in the DeKalb County community of Sycamore since 2001 after reaching an agreement to pay the town more than $300,000 a year -- a fraction of what it would have owed in sales taxes in Chicago and Cook County. "The only reason that United Fuels has an office in Sycamore is to attempt to create a sham tax situs (location) for fuel sales in a lower taxing jurisdiction," reads a draft of the lawsuit obtained by The Associated Press. United officials say they have not seen the lawsuit, but that the Sycamore operation is legal. The RTA ...
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Woman Calls Cops On Salvation Army Bell Ringers For Being Too Noisy
Huffington Post - about 4 years
A woman who works in a Portsmouth, N.H., jewelry store is looking for salvation from the Salvation Army bell ringers who have taken up shop outside her store. For the past four years, Sarah Hamilton-Parker has been so alarmed by the constant ring-ring-ringing that goes on during the holiday season that, this year, she tried to nip things in the bud by calling the cops the first day the charity chimers started their work. “I listen to this for 200 hours a year,” Hamilton-Parker told the Portsmouth Herald. “This is my fourth year and I can't take it anymore. I'm so sick of it.” The constant clang-clang clanging in the name of charity has forced her to wear earplugs during the holiday season, but that doesn't work that well, since the stores huge plate glass windows seem to magnify the noise anyway. "My customers complain about it," she told ABC News. "They ask me how I possibly can stand it." Hamilton-Parker tried complaining to the Salvation Army, asking them to ...
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Will City Take Action On Cop Beating Verdict?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
CHICAGO -- Will the city act? That's the question many Chicagoans will be asking Wednesday – a day after the dramatic conclusion of a civil trial that stemmed from a notorious 2007 beating of a female bartender by off-duty police officer Anthony Abbate. A video recording of the attack later went viral worldwide. Jurors came back with a verdict Tuesday and gave voice to what has been whispered for years: That at least some Chicago police adhere to a code of silence to protect their fellow officers. And while the city all but promised an appeal of the verdict, Mayor Rahm Emanuel also suggested that anyone in the Police Department perpetuating a code of silence would face consequences. The attorney for bartender Karolina Obrycka – whom the jury also awarded $850,000 in damages – described the verdict as a landmark, precedent-setting decision that proved the code of silence existed "at every level of the Chicago Police Department." Now, Terry Ekl said, the onus ...
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Chicago schools CEO replaced after 17 months
Fox News - over 4 years
Chicago Public Schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard stepped down Thursday after a little more than a year in the post, a spokeswoman for Mayor Rahm Emanuel said. Brizard's departure comes weeks after the school district endured its first strike by teachers in 25 years. Emanuel named Brizard to the post 17 months ago. Brizard previously held a similar position in the Rochester, N.Y., public schools. He is being replaced with Barbara Byrd-Bennett, a former teacher, principal and Cleveland schools CEO who has been filling in as Chicago's interim chief education officer. Emanuel said Thursday the decision for a change was made during "two to three separate conversations" in recent days. Talk of Brizard's possible departure had been circulating for several weeks. On Sept. 19, shortly after the strike ended, Emanuel said: "J.C. has my confidence." Emanuel said Thursday the questions about Brizard became a distraction ...
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After Strike, Chicago Makes Sense Of Its Schools
Huffington Post - over 4 years
CHICAGO -- Every Sunday, CEO of Chicago Public Schools Jean-Claude Brizard takes his 2-year-old son to breakfast. It's a "sacred" ritual, Brizard emphasizes, because "he doesn't get much daddy time." But one Sunday in the beginning of September, he felt too sick to his stomach to take his son out. A few months earlier, members of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) had voted to give union leadership the authority to call a strike. Under Brizard and Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D), teachers said they felt alienated, a circumstance triggered by Emanuel yanking their scheduled raise and aggravated by his ballbusting rhetoric -- once remarking, for example, that teachers' raises meant students "got the shaft." That Sunday, Sept. 9, marked the final deadline CTU had set for announcing a potential walkout. So instead of going out, Brizard cooked for his son and passed time playing cards. By midday, he was in his office in downtown Chicago, figuring out what would happen if 350,000 public sch ...
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Chicago Teachers Strike Nearing Resolution
Huffington Post - over 4 years
The standoff between Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the city's teachers' union appears to be nearing resolution, several sources close to the situation tell The Huffington Post. Neither side, as of Thursday evening, was willing to declare victory, both because negotiations remained unsettled and because any triumphalism had the potential to alienate the opposition. But a source in the room in Chicago said that the thorny issue of teacher evaluations was mostly settled Thursday evening, though several other issues remain outstanding -- including teacher salaries, the school calendar and so-called recall rights. According to both political and education officials, Emanuel is under pressure to resolve the standoff with the Chicago Teachers Union in a timely matter. Two sources close to negotiations tell HuffPost that the Obama campaign is concerned a prolonged strike would depress voter enthusiasm among teachers -- a key Democratic constituency -- in the weeks leading up to ...
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PHOTOS: No Deal Imminent, Historic Teacher Strike Continues Into Third Day
Huffington Post - over 4 years
CHICAGO — She's brash and blunt, a union leader known for her tart tongue and flip one-liners often aimed at Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a bitter contract dispute regarded as a referendum on the future of Chicago schools. But Karen Lewis – who recently referred to the high-stakes talks as "the silly part" of her day – also is a whip-smart Ivy League graduate with a long, distinguished record in the classroom and the overwhelming support of her union's 30,000 members. Two years after she took the helm of the Chicago Teachers Union, the former chemistry teacher finds herself at the center of a nationally watched confrontation with Emanuel, the equally tough and sharp-tongued former White House chief of staff. Teachers in the nation's third-largest school district walked off the job Monday for the first time in 25 years after negotiators failed to reach an agreement on issues that include performance evaluations based partly on student's standardized test scores and whe ...
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City Now Owes $50 Million To Parking Meter Owners
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Surprise! The city's parking meter selloff continues to be the gift that keeps giving to -- or, more aptly, taking from -- Chicago taxpayers. The city's latest $22 million bill from Chicago Parking Meters LLC, which now owns the city's meters, brings the city's total tab to almost $50 million -- an amount that Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not having, per the Chicago Tribune. "Just because there is a bill doesn't mean we automatically cut the checks," mayoral spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton told the Tribune via e-mail. "Since day one, it has been our top priority to fight on behalf of the taxpayers of Chicago and better manage the contract." The mayor has balked at the meter company's previous bills issued to the city, including a $13.5 million bill the city received last December. The company has previously claimed that, per the terms of its $1.16 billion, 75-year lease to operate the city's parking meters, they can bill the city for lost revenue from an "overabundance" of drive ...
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NMU Volleyball bounces back to drop Lake Erie - UpperMichigansSource.com
Google News - over 5 years
The 'Cats were led offensively by senior Emma Wolfe with 11 kills, Lina Lopes with 10 kills and Sarah Hamilton with 8 kills. Freshman Kaitlyn Hoffman established the NMU offense with 32 assists. Defensively, Becca Feuerherd led the 'Cats with 14 digs
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Raymondville girl's artwork featured in book - North Country Now
Google News - over 5 years
Her art teacher, Sarah Hamilton, entered the picture in the 'Celebrating Art' contest and her artwork was selected to be published in a book. Her drawing is pictured on the right page, top left corner, of the book she's holding
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    TWENTIES
  • 1994
    She was also the subject and collaborated at writing of a three parts-Carnal Comics-series with her same name, published in 1994 by Revolutionary Comics.
    More Details Hide Details She is bisexual in her personal life and is a vegetarian.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born on April 15, 1971.
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