Rachel Mallin doesn't mince words or waste time, dropping a grenade with the opening line of her band's new EP. "There's a special place in hell for girls like you / Who go out on the weekends / Prey upon weak men / Who have a girl to come home to," she sings on "White Girls," the first track from the Wild Type's "Degenerate Matters."
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Heavy music fans are in for a treat Saturday night when The Blue Note brings two of the style's most reliable, engaging acts to town. New Englanders Killswitch Engage and Atlanta's Sevendust join forces for a show sure to pack more than a punch or two.
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She was born March 16, 1964, in Boston, Mass. She leaves behind her mother, Mary Jo Meuse; stepmother, Reina Basurto; her son Chey Deck; daughter Ayla Pratte and her husband, Geoff, and their three children; three siblings, Nina Randall and husband David, Nicholas Basurto and Dominique Basurto; niece, Dakota Muhs; and two nephews, Caleb Wilson and Ayden Muhs.
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Sibyl was born May 18, 1939, to the late Lorenz and the late Vergie (née Ingraham) Riekenberg in Peoria, Ill. She was united in marriage to the late Rev. Dr. Clifton W. Kerr on June 24, 1961, in Topeka, Kan.
Survivors include brothers John Ripperger and Al Ripperger; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Mary Ann Johnson; and brother Arthur Ripperger.
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Selecting a term
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