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Emergency manager starts today

Sammamish’s first emergency manager begins work today, marking a major milestone for the City in emergency planning.

Andrew Stevens comes from a similar position in California. 780 more words

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Sammamish hires full-time emergency management director

Sammamish has hired its first emergency preparedness director.

Andrew Stevens, the emergency manager of Downey (CA), starts work April 17. He holds

the same position in Downey (CA). 823 more words

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A Movie A Day #48: Body Chemistry III: Point of Seduction (1994, directed by Jim Wynorksi)

In Body Chemistry III, Jim Wynorski and Andrew Stevens take over the venerable franchise and things quickly get meta.

Alan Clay (Andrew Stevens, who also produced) is a TV director who wants to make serious films about the environment but his producer, Bob (Robert Forster), is only interested in exploitation films.   363 more words


Day of the Animals (1977) - reviewed by George

This is somewhat unique: an American horror movie with an ecological plot that doesn’t involve nuclear radiation. Due to the usage of chloroflourocarbons in like, aerosol hairspray, the ozone layer has been depleted and some strange rays are coming through. 437 more words


Andrew Stevens leaves CNN

Longtime CNN International anchor and Hong Kong-based correspondent Andrew Stevens has left CNN. Stevens joined the network in 1999 as a business correspondent, and has reported on the Asia Pacific region for over two decades. 66 more words


Beast of the Yellow Night (1971)

With the glory days of the Beach Party movies behind him, actor/singer/producer John Ashley found himself in a number of features being produced for the exploitation market in the Philippines. 679 more words

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Get Carter (1971) and Get Carter (2000)

Is Michael Caine’s version of Get Carter taken from the Ted Lewis novel a British classic of the gangster genre? I’m not much for labelling but I will say it gets better with every viewing. 1,124 more words

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