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Relapse Records presents

 

The RELAPSE CONTAMINATION FESTIVAL

 

Saturday and Sunday, January 18th and 19th, 2003

 

At the Trocadero Theater

1003 Arch St.

Philadelphia, PA

www.TheTroc.com

 

 

Saturday, January 18th:

 

NEUROSIS (their first East Coast appearance in three years)

MASTODON

CEPHALIC CARNAGE

ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY

BONGZILLA

 

and the after show upstairs in the Balcony Bar:

 

DAYLIGHT DIES

27

 

 

Sunday, January 19th:

 

The DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN

HIGH ON FIRE

TODAY IS THE DAY

BURNT BY THE SUN

PIG DESTROYER

And a screening of NEUROSIS 'A Sun That Never Sets' DVD

 

and the after show upstairs in the Balcony Bar:

 

DYSRHYTHMIA

THE END

 

Tickets are $17 for each day and are on sale now! The show is all ages

for

the Trocadero and the Balcony Bar is 21+.

 

Tickets are available from Relapse Mailorder (phone 800-303-0606) and

the

Relapse.com e-store (<http://shop.relapse.com>) as well as through

www.Ticketmaster.com.

 

Tickets are also available at the Relapse Records retail store located

at

608

South 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA. Phone: 215.629.1090.

 

Additionally, Relapse will be offering a wide array of limited edition

merchandise as well as hundreds of items from our mail order catalog

for

sale.

 

 

Hotel information:

 

Relapse has set up special hotel rates for people attending the

Contamination

Festival. These special rates will be available for Friday, Jan. 17th,

Saturday, Jan. 18th, and Sunday, Jan. 19th. There is limited space and

this

is a limited time offer, so make your reservations today!

 

These hotels are very near to the venue:

 

 

Hampton Inn

13th and Race, Philadelphia

215-665-9100

Mention "Relapse Group" to get the special rate when making

reservations.

2-3 blocks from the club

 

Rates:

 

Single, Double, Triple, or Quad $79.00 per room (tax not included)

 

Reservations must be made by Jan. 3rd, 2003 to get the special rate.

Space

is

limited.

 

 

Hilton Garden Hotel

1100 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

215-923-0100

Mention " RER" as the code for the special group rate

1 block from the club

 

Rates:

 

Single $79.95, Double $79.95, Triple $89.95, Quad 99.95 (tax not

included)

 

Reservations must be made by Dec. 23rd to get the special rate. Space

is

limited.

 

 

For more information please access www.Relapse.com or contact The

Trocadero

at 215-922-5900 or via the web at www.TheTroc.com.

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Landlord Wants $27K From 9/11 Victim

 

NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2002

 

 

 

Smoke and flames billow from the World Trade Center's north tower on Sept. 11. (AP)

 

 

(CBS) A New York City landlord is demanding more than $27,000 from the estate of a Sept. 11 terrorist attack victim.

 

Danielle Kousoulis, 29, worked on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center's north tower as a vice president for Cantor Fitzgerald. She signed a lease on a $2,500-a-month loft apartment 10 days before a hijacked plane crashed into her workplace.

 

In a letter this month, landlord Denise M. Lyman claimed she was an unpaid creditor and threatened to take Kousoulis' family in Haddon Township, N.J., to court.

 

The New York Daily News reported that one of the complaints against the dead woman was that she failed to give three-months notice that she was leaving.

 

"We're going through enough without having to go through this as well," Danielle's mother, Zoe, told the Courier-Post newspaper of Cherry Hill, N.J. "I can't see how greedy people can be."

 

Zoe Kousoulis, the administrator of her daughter's estate, said there have been other problems with Lyman.

 

She said Lyman refused to let the family into their daughter's apartment to get a hairbrush for a DNA sample to identify any remains. The family finally obtained the sample with the assistance of the police.

 

Lyman did not return messages from The Associated Press seeking comment.

 

In letter to Lyman from Zoe Kousoulis last October, she told the landlord that her daughter's apartment would be vacated by Oct. 22. Family members said they cleaned the apartment, left the key with the doorman and arranged for the Salvation Army to take away remaining furniture.

 

When Lyman received the letter, she called Danielle's brother-in-law, Sean Hagerty, and demanded that nothing be removed from the apartment, the Kousoulises said. The landlord also told the doorman not to allow the Salvation Army into the apartment.

 

Neighbors and a doorman said Lyman and her teenage daughter moved into the apartment in the Packard Condominium building.

 

Under New York state common law, a lease does not automatically end when a tenant dies — both parties must agree to surrender it. But New York City attorneys and property managers said a landlord moving into an apartment is evidence of a surrender.

 

"If the landlord decided to move into it, then she would have extinguished the responsibility of the tenant," said Charles Mehlman, senior vice president of the Lefrak Organization, which owns and leases 60,000 apartments in the city.

 

Attorney Jack Lester, who specializes in real estate law but is not involved in the Kousoulis case, also said the family was under no obligation to pay rent beyond the point the landlord moved in.

 

"I think it's outrageous from a legal standpoint, and it's even worse from a moral and humane standpoint," Lester said. "It's shocking that she would have no regard for the survivors of the people that perished in the worst attack on American soil."

 

A New York City attorney is handling the Kousoulises' case pro bono. The American Red Cross also offered financial assistance.

 

© MMII, CBS Worldwide Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press and Reuters Limited contributed to this report.

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Jump n Bump

by Gürkan Sengün - Tuesday, February 27th 2001 18:45 PST

 

About:

Jump n Bump is a funny multiplayer game about cute little fluffy bunnies, which is both fun and addictive for the whole family. It features network play.

 

Author:

florian schulz <florian.proff.schulze at gmx.net>

 

Rating:

8.57/10.00 (18 votes)

Screenshot

Click Here!

Click Here!

 

Homepage:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/

Tar/GZ:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/port/jumpnbump-1.40.tar.gz

Tar/BZ2:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/port/jumpnbump...mp-1.40.tar.bz2

Zip:

http://www.icculus.org/jumpnbump/

Changelog:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/port/ChangeLog

RPM package:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/rpm/

Debian package:

http://packages.debian.org/unstable/games/.../jumpnbump.html

OS X package:

http://www.jumpbump.mine.nu/bin/JumpNBump-...-1.3-MacOSX.tgz

CVS tree (cvsweb):

http://cvs.icculus.org/horde/chora/cvs.php...hp?rt=jumpnbump

Mailing list archive:

http://lists.o2w.nl/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/jumpnbump

Mirror site:

http://jumpnbump.spaceteddy.net/

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