September 14, 2006 |
THERE are two guys you'll find on every album by Starflyer 59. First is Jason Martin, stand-up guy, the singer-guitarist and creative force behind one of Southern California's longest-running and most prolific rock acts. Then there's the Big Guy, acknowledged in the fine print of the liner notes, beneath the publishing credits: "All Praise and Glory to Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior."
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November 20, 2010 |
It was to be the perfect end to a perfect day. Hillary and Jason Martin had just gotten married. They arrived at Bakersfield's swank Padre Hotel ? the bride in her wedding dress, the groom in Marine Corps dress blues. They were 18 and in love. They were 18 and out of luck. The two were old enough to marry. Jason Martin, on leave after completing boot camp, was old enough to join the Marines. The Padre Hotel's age policy, however, required them to be at least 21 to get a room.
March 29, 2004 |
Two 16-year-old boys who authorities said burned a cross at the home of a black minister have turned themselves in. A relative of the unidentified boys brought them to the police station Saturday afternoon, hours before a candlelight vigil and march organized by the community about 40 miles north of Seattle, City Administrator Kristin Banfield said.
June 10, 2005 |
A Secret Service agent was dispatched to recover Jimmy Buffett's lost cellphone, which reportedly contained numbers for Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Jimmy Carter. The singer lost the phone at a Cuban restaurant in Delray Beach, Fla., on May 29, according to the Palm Beach Post. Busboy Jason Martin picked it up. "We were sitting around smoking weed and strolling down the list on Jimmy's phone, going 'Wow!' " Martin told the paper.
February 16, 1989
A fire at a Paramount apartment Wednesday morning injured four people, including a pregnant mother and two of her sons. Robin Martin, 23, and her son, Joshua Pritchett, 18 months, suffered smoke inhalation and face and hand burns. Another son, Raymond Pritchett Jr., 3, sustained smoke inhalation. The three were rescued by firefighters. The father, Raymond Pritchett, 30, suffered smoke inhalation and back burns as he fled the building at 16213 S. Huntsaker Ave.
August 21, 1999
Steve Patterson scored three goals as the Zodiac defeated the Vancouver 86ers, 3-2, in A-League soccer Friday in front of 5,104 at Swangard Stadium in Vancouver, B.C. The loss ended a five-game winning streak for the 86ers. Patterson scored the winning goal in the 55th minute, knocking in a cross from Jason Boyce. Martin Vasquez assisted on Patterson's first two goals.