September 2005

 

9/3/05

École Bilingue is back in session.

APOC (Asphalt Products Oil Corporation) closed it's site on Ashby and 9th this week. AHA (Affordable Housing Associates) will now begin development of their affordable housing structure on the site.

"Spenger's turns 110" reports Martin Snapp of the West County Times "Spenger's Fresh Fish Grotto has been feeding local residents -- and more than a few celebrities -- for 110 years. 'My dad went to Spenger's in the '30s and '40s," says Steve Marshall of Berkeley, a regular himself since his student days at Cal in the 1950s. 'He used to see Harry James and Betty Grable there all the time. They were big horseplayers who'd stop at Spenger's on the way to Golden Gate Fields.'"

One of my music-writers, WD emails "I was interested to find that two recent recordings use harpsichords by makers we have encountered...

Bach, Sonates pour viole de gambe et clavecin, on Harmonia Mundi with Paolo
Pandolfo and Rinaldo Alessandrini, has a 1991 Ruckers copy by Bruce Kennedy
whose workshop in an old garage in Castelmuzio I described to you some time
ago. Elegant website at http//www.kennedyharpsichords.com

Handel, Complete violin sonatas, also on Harmonia Mundi with Andrew Manze and
Richard Egarr, has a 1993 Dumont copy by John Phillips.

These are both beautifully recorded, probably important productions.

Regards, WD"

On yesterday's PBS Lehrer News Hour, Conservative David Brooks was more incensed and outraged by our Federal response to the New Orlean's flood than his Liberal colleagues. "It's a violation of the Social Contract" he said angrily.

 

 

9/4/05

"Dead deserted in New Orleans" reports AP's Allen G. Breed, "Thousands more bedraggled refugees were bused and airlifted to salvation Saturday, leaving the heart of New Orleans to the dead and dying, the elderly and frail stranded too many days without food, water or medical care."

"Brown's credentials questioned" write Matt Stearns and Seth Borenstein. "From failed Republican congressional candidate to ousted 'czar' of an Arabian horse association, there was little in Michael Brown's background to prepare him for the fury of Hurricane Katrina." They further report "'He's done a hell of a job, because I'm not aware of any Arabian horses being killed in this storm,' said Kate Hale, former Miami-Dade emergency management chief. 'The world that this man operated in and the focus of this work does not in any way translate to this. He does not have the experience.

 

 

9/5/05

Judging from the crowd and the music, Nexus' Zedyco Party was a success.

And judging from the spirited Spanish coming from the playground the guys are having an excellent game.

The lofts behind Kava's are for rent. Call 510-644-3002 for information.

Though professional BMW mechanic Pete is concerned about our environment, he believes bio-deisel will only just be a nitch-product.

 

From my log--some new stuff

8/16/05 1:20 PM High end odor in front room, lights dim 1/3, lights flickering. Lights blinking "all afternoon," occasionally dim to 1/2-2/3 normal. 4:01 PM irritant in front room, eyes dry, lips dry, use mask. 4:17 PM irritant in entire warehouse with smell of "hot plastic insulation." 5:18 PM irritant in front room, eyes smart, use mask. 9:01 PM, "high end" odor and irritant in front room, leave.

8/17/05 9:17 AM irritant in front room, lights flicker "all morning." 11:01 AM irritant in front room, use mask. 12:30 PM lights dim to 1/2 normal. 5:40 PM irritant in front room. 7:25 PM-7:29 PM lights flickering, dimming, HEPA filter slows down. 8:12 PM "high end" odor and irritant in front room, power down 1/3 for 20 minutes.

8/18/05 12:28 PM light dims, power down 1/3, HEPA filters running slower and hunting. Lights flickering and dimming 1/3-1/2 "all day." 5: 00 PM irritant in front room. 5:36 PM high end odor in front room. 6:50 -7:00 PM light dims, power down 1/3, HEPA filters running slower and hunting. 8:00-8:15 PM irritant in front room, headache, use mask, leave.

8/19/05 12:05 PM HEPA filters running 1/3-1/2 slower. 2:35 PM "hot plastic smell" in warehouse. 7:04 PM lights dim 1/3, HEPA filters speed down 1/4 and "stays down." 7:45 PM irritant in front room.

8/20/05 7:45-8:15 AM lights dim, power down 1/3, HEPA filters running slower and hunting. 8:10 AM irritant in front room, use mask. 11:59 AM-1:25 PM light dims, lights flickering, power down 1/3, HEPA filters running slower and hunting. 12:05-12:15 PM odor and irritant in front room, leave. Lights blinking "all afternoon," occasionally dim to 1/2-2/3 normal, HEPAs running 1/3 down, hunting.

8/21/05 Lights blinking "all afternoon," occasionally dim to 1/2-2/3 normal, HEPAs running 1/3 down, hunting.

8/22/05 Lights blinking "all day," occasionally dim to 1/2-2/3 normal, HEPAs running 1/3 down, hunting.

8/23/05 7:17 PM High end odor and irritant in front room.

8/24/05 8:32 AM lights blink. 8:36 AM irritant in front room. Lights blinking "all day." 6:58 PM high end odor in front room, dry eyes, cough.

8/25/05 9:37 AM high end odor in warehouse. 9:39 AM odor and irritant in warehouse, leave. 9:40 AM odor and irritant in front of warehouse. 11:00 AM lights flickering, power down 1/3, HEPA filters running slower and hunting. 11:55 AM lights dim. 1:22 PM irritant and "hot plastic" odor in front room, use mask. 3:22 PM irritant and "hot plastic" odor in front room, use mask. 4:35 PM SERIOUS irritant in whole warehouse, lips burn, eyes burn, skin dry, use mask. 5:35 PM high end odor in front room. Lights blinking, dimming, HEPA filters drop 1/3 down "all day."

8/26/05 11:25 AM front room fills with SERIOUS irritant, use mask. 5:05 PM front room fills with SERIOUS irritant, use mask. 5:25 PM front room fills with SERIOUS irritant, use mask.

8/27/05 12 Noon irritant in front room, lights flicker.

8/28/05 6:40 AM lights blink, lights flickering. 6:45 AM SERIOUS irritant in front room, cough, eyes water, light-headed, dry skin, use mask. 9:35 AM irritant in front room, cough, eyes water, throat irritation, light-headed, dry skin, use mask. 9:54 AM irritant in front room, use mask. 3:14 PM irritant in front room, use mask. 3:37 PM light dim, irritant in front room, use mask.

8/29/05 7:35 AM irritant in front room, nausea, light headed, leave.

8/30/05 lights blinking continuously at 1 second interval. 2:35 PM lights blinking continuously at 1 second interval. 5:20 PM SERIOUS irritant in front room, lights dim.

 

 

9/6/05

In the past weekend from late Saturday till late Monday--about 48 hours--I heard Adams and Chittenden's gas cylinder escape-valves operating over a dozen times, with either a loud pop or a whoosh--different cylinders, different gases? Since I was at the warehouse only to hear the releases one-third of this time, it's possible the valves released gas many, many more times.

 

 

9/7/05

In yesterday's East Bay Daily Fred Dodsworth reported "Fire Department scans area: The Berkeley Fire Department is doing a parcel-by-parcel risk analysis. . . on each and every property in the city of Berkeley . . . 'We're getting information right down to the parcel level, to assess our ability to protect and fight fires' said Deputy Chief Orth.' "

"UC Halts Field Station Talks; Radioactivity Fears Raised" reports Brenneman of our Daily Planet
"UC Berkeley has called a halt to talks with a Marin County developer whom they had selected as a potential developer of a corporate/industrial research park at their Richmond Field Station."

 

And please read Becky O'Malley's appreciation "Exhibit Explores African-American Improvisational Quilts; Different cultures and historic eras have had various approaches to imitation, originality and improvisation in art forms" here. Then check the show out at the Mills College Art Museum.

 

 

9/8/05

There is a Potter Creek community meet on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 PM in the Ecole Bilingue on 9th and Heinz--that's this coming Monday.

Our Acme Bread and Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker are part of "CULINARY PIONEERS -- From Acme bread to Zuni Cafe, the Bay Area has shaped how America eats" by the San Francisco Chronicle's Karola Saekel.Read it at sfgate.com

"BURNING MAN AT 20 - Cooling embers - Many people leave Burning Man with a new notion of community after a revelatory week on the playa"reports Meredith May and friends.

 

9/10/05

From Da Mayor's September report

Iceland Reaches Agreement with City; Rink to Remain Open
The City of Berkeley and Iceland have reached an agreement to give the skating rink a bit more time to shut down their ammonia refrigeration system. The City has been working with Iceland to fix a number of potentially serious health and safety concerns. Iceland has agreed to replace its refrigeration system with a safer temporary unit later this month. Early next year they plan to install a permanent replacement system.

Grocery Bag Fee - Survey Results
In the July/August edition of the Bates Update, I asked people to provide their comments about the potential for cities to charge a fee for grocery bags at local grocery stores. We had 165 people respond to the on-line survey, many providing additional comments and asking additional questions. The results were fairly evenly split, with 43% in favor, 44% opposed, and 12% undecided.

What do you think of red light cameras, traffic circles, and parking meters?
Traffic and parking area always a hot topic in Berkeley. Please take a minute to give me your thoughts on some of the City's new traffic, road, and parking projects. I'll post the results next month.
Take the survey here

Potter Creek business owner Marissa LaMagna emails "I recently met your neighbor, Sally Swing, who told me about you and your website. She thought you might be interested in hearing about Studio Rasa, . . . Our current movement classes include yoga, Pilates, Aikido, NIA, contact improvisation dance, T'ai Chi, and yoga dance. . . Please check out our website at http://www.studiorasa.org"

 

"Berkeley: Indus Village brings bold flavors of Pakistani street food to San Pablo Avenue"writes Carol Ness of the San Fransico Chronicle. Check out her review and then check out Indus Village.

If you don't go the Potter Creek community meet Monday night watch Monday Night Football and look for the Texas Instruments commercial--it's Kimar's son's work.

 

 

9/11/05

National gay group honors reporter - "Lion Heart" series impressed judges.

Hey, hey,

Meredith May.

Happy,

sad,

miserable or gay.

 

It is for you

Another wonderful great day.

Oh, Yea!

 

Wharf and dwarf

barely rhyme with dorf.

Of course there's

morph.

 

The "Off the Wall Artists" show packed them in at the Nexus Gallery Sunday afternoon--the crowd overflowing out the door.

 

 

9/12/05

Yay, yay Annie K

Check out our Annie's essay in the L A Times,"Doing Deja's Hair."

 

 

9/13/05

"I'm on a roll now" emails our Annie K. Check out her Daily Planet piece.

Had coffee with David Snipper this morning. Good news! No more problems left to solve in Potter Creek.

 

"BERKELEY: Greenhouse emissions reduced by biodiesel" reports Patrick Hoge of the San Francisco Chronicle. "Berkeley reduced greenhouse gas emissions in the city by 14 percent during the past two years with conservation measures that included running cars on vegetable oil, city officials said Monday."

"Saving the Bay" is a report by West County Times' Denis Cuff. "San Francisco Bay might not be what it is today had it not been for three Berkeley homemakers, who met over tea in the 1960s and ignited an environmental movement."

Is it true that some Berkeley women are now having Creeks Teas rather than Tupper Ware Parties?

 

 

9/14/05

About thirty people attended the Potter Creek community meeting Monday evening. Chaired by Sarah Klise, the meeting proceeded past introductions to Rick Auerbach's presentation of the Mixed-Use-Residential Zone. He believes the zone standards--allowing building on 70% of the lot and allowing structures of three stories-- encourage high-density development with the raising of single-family houses and their replacement with multi-unit structures. This would change the nature of the neighborhood. After Rick's presentation, architect Jim Novesel showed his plans for the development of 2817 8th-now a single family home. He proposes a 7,800 square foot structure of four units ranging in height from 25 to 35 feet. Regan Bice, one of the three Potter Creek resident architects present, said this proposed building would block neighbor Richard's air and light. (Andrew and Morgan were also present.) Novesel expressed a willingness to work with the neighbors and in fact had asked for the meeting. Sarah then informed those present that Mark Sheldon, owner of the adjacent 2819 8th property was now willing to sell this lot, house and burned-out structure. Next, Guest Julie Dickerson presented a map of Potter Creek the Creek and asked people to identify their property on the map. Finally, Sarah showed a photo-copy of the proposed structure at 2828 8th--a 3,000 square foot, three-story building with ground level parking, second-floor residences and third-floor offices. A poster of this proposed structure is on the property fence at 2828 8th. The building is misrepresented as free-standing, when, in fact, it would be at the south property line of a very narrow lot and right next to a warehouse north of the lot. Before Sarah closed the meeting she asked for volunteer help and future agenda suggestions. This report is based on extensive notes from Potter Creek resident Geralyn Hurney and interviews with other Potter Creek citizens.

The warehouse at 2748 9th is for sale. Contact Norheim and Yost for details.

 

Ruth, Marvin, Sarah, Milo, Marsh Wacko and I spent some time in discussion this evening--I believe that the Planet is a better place for it.

 

 

9/15/05

Seems architect Jim Novesel and I have mutual friends, one of them his ex-neighbor. "Straight shooter, no bull-shit, does quality work" she said.

"Housing prices up, but sales go down" reports James Temple of the West County Times. "Bay Area housing costs advanced in August, but sales declined for the second consecutive month and many observers believe the long-running price ascent will soon slow or reverse." Read his story here.

 

"Breath of hope" writes Sandy Kleffman of the West County Times. "At first glance, it may seem like a new age massage treatment or a strange free-form dance. But a type of alternative medicine known as breath therapy can be as effective as physical therapy in treating chronic low-back pain, a recent study by a UC San Francisco professor found."

 

9/17/05

This morning between 9 and Noon is Shoreline Cleanup time--take a walk down to our Bay-shore and help clean it-- of course, if we didn't mess it up we wouldn't have to clean it up.

 

"Retailer celebrates 110th year" reports Martin Snapp of the West County Times
"In 1895, the year Berkeley Hardware was founded, Grover Cleveland was president of the United States. There were no planes, radio, TV, movies or computers."

Over the years, I've bought a lot of model airplane kits from Berkeley Hardware's basement. Here's one I finished a year-or-so ago.

Argentine Navy Dassault Super Etendard

 

Check out their 110 Anniversary Party.

 

Speaking of cleaning up, perhaps Urban Ore could remove the layers of pigeon shit encrusting their sidewalk on 7th south of Ashby.

 

 

9/18/05

Our Annie K has some juice--or great timing. Here are other recent stories about foster children. Get today's West County Times and read "A Spark in the System--Against odds, foster youth's will to succeed leads her to college" and "Foster status doesn't faze driven Concord teenager" by Sara Steffens.

  "Dog trainer realizes her longtime calling" reports Jennifer Shaw. "Sofie is learning the drill and knows her paces. Her owners are instructed to position themselves in different places in their yard. Each takes turns calling the 4-month-old Cockapoo, asking her to sit and rewarding her with a treat. This is reinforced by the sound of a handheld clicker and lots of praise." Read the full story of a Berkeley woman's new career at cctimes.com

 

9/19/05

 "Real estate prices begin to soften in East Bay" reports Sarah Jane Tribble of the West County Times. "Peter Klingsheim is leaving the East County real estate market, selling his 2,400-square-foot Brentwood house before it loses value. 'The market has peaked,' said Klingsheim, a mortgage broker who works in the booming city. 'I'm going to downsize.'" Read the full story here.

 

"City to celebrate day of peace" writes Melaine Carroll of the East Bay Daily. "Event to include speeches, music, dancing and other activates. . . [Berkeley] will observe a day of nonviolence -- the International Day of Peace at Berkeley's Civic Center Park Wednesday. . . . From 4 pm to 8 pm there will be activities for young and old, including music, food and dancing."

Peace is good--but not at the expense of Freedom and Justice.

 

 

9/20/05

"Yah pays ya money and takes ya choice!"

"Bubble won't burst--Study finds Bay Area housing prices in line with economic growth" reports Kelly Zito,of the Chron. Read her story at sfgate.com

 

"GreenCity Lofts, Oakland/Emeryville--Theme is green at East Bay condos" writes Valerie Fahey at sfgate.com

And, Valerie also reports "Building green always made sense -- now it's beginning to pay.

So Kava, . . . how about less concrete and MORE GREEN!

 

"Berkeley Train Stop Gets $2.4 Million Upgrade" reports Matthew Artz of our Daily Planet.
"Amtrak passengers no longer have to leap onto commuter trains at Berkeley's rail stop."

 

The Potter Creek Berkeley Bowl Environmental Inpact Report will NOT be ready on September 28th as planned.

 

 

9/21/05

Fred Dodsworth of the East Bay Daily reports "More than three years in the making, the Gilman Street Sports Fields, a complex of soccer, baseball and other sports fields is planned for the foot of Gilman Street adjacent to the shoreline and Golden Gate Fields Race Track just received an additional $2 million in federal grants, [said] Calvin Fong assistant to Berkeley Mayor, Tom Bates."

 

 

9/22/05

Motorcycle Art

Andrew's Norton Commando Fastback

 

 

9/23/05

My memory is that the mother of one of our oldest business families just got married--Congratulations!

 

Our Chairwoman, Sarah Jane emails "There is a Potter Creek Neighborhood Meeting, Monday, October 3, 2005, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at Ecole Bilingue (enter through the gate at the corner of 9th and Heinz and follow signs to the small multi-purpose room).

Jim Novosel will show new drawings of the proposed 4-unit complex that would replace a single family, one story building on 8th Street. Also, Brian Fenske of the Professional Tree Care Company (property owner) and his architect brother Jim, will attend and show drawings of their proposed building at 2828 Eighth Street. Please attend. Thanks."

 

WeBAIC--West Berkeley Artisans & Industrial Companies is holding their workshop, "Impacts of the Proposed Rezoning of Ashby and Gilman west of San Pablo from Industrial to Commercial" on Thursday, September 29 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Moderated by Mary Lou van Deventer and with presentations by Neil Mayer, Nathan Landau, and Eugenie P Thompson it will be held at the West Berkeley Senior Center 1900 6th Street.

 

Fred Dodswoth reports in the East Bay Daily "This Sunday, the city of Berkeley manifesting both its civic institutions and its mainstream and aberrant cultural treasures, will come together again for a parade and festival celebrating . . .'How Berkeley Can You Be?'" Sounds pretty much like a parade of the usual suspects, to me. Want be be really different? Dress up like someone from Gary Indiana.

 

Da Boss shoots himself in the foot?

"On the day the Water Transit Authority announced it had received a major infusion of federal funds to all but guarantee a new ferry line in Berkeley, the City Council made clear that a terminal at the mouth of Gilman Street was off-limits" reports Matthew Artz of our Daily Planet. "Gilman Street is a non-starter for us, Mayor Tom Bates told WTA head Steve Castlebury at Tuesday's council meeting. 'There's no room for it there. We're squeezing in sports fields as it is.'" The story is here.

 

 

9/24/05

A bus evacuating the elderly and infirm from the Texas-coast blew up on the freeway, yesterday--the oxygen cylinders used by some of the elderly passengers exploded.

 

 

9/26/05

"Man accused of shooting Meleia Willis-Starbuck taken in Fresno" reports Melanie Carrol of the East Bay Daily. "Christopher Lester Hollis, the 22 year-old-man accused of shooting his friend, Meleia Willis-Starbuck to death is in custody after his arrest in Fresno."

 

"Celebration of self-expression asks 'How Berkeley Can You Be?'" writes Tom Lochner of the West County Times
"In its 10th year since it began as a self-conscious exercise in zaniness, 'How Berkeley Can You Be?' can still amaze and occasionally startle, revelers said Sunday.
It began with an 11 a.m. parade up University Avenue and on to Civic Center Park, where bands played all afternoon over a sound system fueled by vegetable oil. The festival was a mix of Burning Man, Carnaval and more usual street party fare. Taiko drummers and a juggling unicyclist were among acts that strained to be zanier-than-thou, with some success." Read the whole story here.

"City celebration at risk" reports Fred Dodsworth of the East Bay Daily. "Yesterday's How Berkeley Can You Be parade and festival . . . may well be the city's last." Get today's Daily and read the whole story.

How Berkeley Can You Be? Professional couple, buy organic, gourmets, politically liberal, million-dollar-plus home in the hills, own a Volvo and BMW, kids go to Stanford and they're looking at a Prius to replace the Beemer.

 

"His stance on ethanol sets Cal professor apart" reports Judy Silber of the West County Times. "It began benignly enough as an assignment for the 15 freshmen in Tad Patzek's UC Berkeley college seminar class. But it soon mushroomed into something much larger."

 

 

9/27/05

On October 26 or "other later date that may be determined by the COMMISSION" the Planning Commission staff will give an aural presentation of the West Berkeley Bowl--Draft Environmental Impact Report and Proposed General Plan Amendment and Rezoning to allow for the West Berkeley Bowl Project, a full-service grocery marketplace including construction of two buildings totaling 91,060 sq. ft., at 920 Heinz Avenue.

"other later date that may be determined by the COMMISSION?"

 

9/28/05

"House rejects renaming Berkeley post office after activist" reports Erica Werner of the AP. "House Republicans on Tuesday rejected a resolution to name a Berkeley post office after a longtime local activist and city councilwoman, saying Maudelle Shirek, 94, does not represent American values."

Whooa, . . . bad art. The story is here.

 

"State housing bubble most likely will burst" writes George Avalos of the West County Times.
"California's years-long housing party shows signs of ending, warns a closely watched economic study being released today. "

 

9/29/05

WeBAIC--West Berkeley Artisans & Industrial Companies is holding their workshop, "Impacts of the Proposed Rezoning of Ashby and Gilman west of San Pablo from Industrial to Commercial" TONIGHT from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Moderated by Mary Lou van Deventer and with presentations by Neil Mayer, Nathan Landau, and Eugenie P Thompson it will be held at the West Berkeley Senior Center 1900 6th Street.

 

AND, REMEMBER OUR POTTER CREEK COMMUNITY MEETING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT.

Sarah Jane emailed "There is a Potter Creek Neighborhood Meeting, Monday, October 3, 2005, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at Ecole Bilingue (enter through the gate at the corner of 9th and Heinz and follow signs to the small multi-purpose room).

Jim Novosel will show new drawings of the proposed 4-unit complex that would replace a single family, one story building on 8th Street. Also, Brian Fenske of the Professional Tree Care Company (property owner) and his architect brother Jim, will attend and show drawings of their proposed building at 2828 Eighth Street. Please attend. Thanks."

It's an important meeting . I'm missing Monday Night Football in order attend. What's more, I'm missing Kimar's son's Monday Night Football Texas Instruments commercial--this is his original version. They blow up those damn TVs.

 

It'd be good to see Potter Creek's business people there.

"Support Locally Owned Berkeley Retail (WhileYou Still Can)" by Zelda B is a beautifully researched and written piece. Read it here.

 

"Berkeley still trying to honor activist--Shirek fans suggest various tributes after GOP snub" reports Patrick Hoge of the San Francisco Chronicle.

OK, a building would be nice, . . . but she's already honored in our hearts.

 

Our Planning Department has updated its website.

 

 

9/30/05

"Berkeley considers other options to honor Shirek, one of the longest-serving officials in the county" reports Martin Snapp of the West County Times "Local officials are fuming over a snub dealt to former Berkeley Vice Mayor Maudelle Shirek by the U.S. House of Representatives. On Tuesday, the House voted 215-190 against a resolution by Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, to name the downtown Berkeley post office building in Shirek's honor.

I came to Berkeley in the early Sixties with Evelyn Rogers, a black woman. (Actually she was milk-chocolate-brown.) I'd been accepted to grad-school at Cal as had Evelyn. She had also been promised a job as a researcher in the Genetics Department to help with her expenses. Soon after we arrived and settled-in, she went to the Department to get acquainted with the German-American professor that she'd be working for. After a short and awkward interview he told her the position was no longer open. That was my first intimate encounter with Racism. It made me sad. I felt the same sadness when Maudelle Shirek was denied her building. Without the extra money Evelyn never did go to grad-school. Though, she did go to Nigeria to find her roots--there she found she was an American.


As Program Chairman of our college student union during the McCarthy Era, I brought communist speakers to campus--not because I was a Communist but because I believed they had a right to speak and I had a right to hear.

 

"Ifshin Store Prepares to Leave Berkeley" writes Alan Lopez of the West County Times "Berkeley is a tough city in which to do business, said Jay Ifshin, the owner of Ifshin Violins on University Avenue. 'There's a lot of obstacles,' he said. 'Taxes are higher than in a lot of other comparable cities. Berkeley is tough. From red tape to parking meters, it's one thing after another.'"

 

Oh, on her way to Nigeria Evelyn went to New York with Leroy Jones.

 

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