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Creedence Clearwater Revival founding members and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford have been on quite a ride. Following their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cosmo and Stu launched their Creedence Clearwater Revisited project in 1995 to once again perform live in concert the hit songs -- touchstones of a generation. Since then, the legendary rhythm section has been thrilled by the outpouring of affection for their new band. World tours and a platinum selling albumRecollectionfollowed. The astounding response to the band has been driven in part by new generations of fans that, as Cosmo says, “weren’t even born when the music came out.”

While, as recently commented, it is the “rhythm section Doug Clifford’s drums and Stu Cook’s bass that is a hallmark of Creedence Clearwater Revival,” the boys did not take assembling the rest of the new group’s players lightly. “In the beginning Cosmo and I decided that if we could find the musicians that could capture the sound and recreate what the music was about, we’d do it,” recalls Stu. As fans around the world can attest, Stu and Cosmo found the right players. Lead guitarist Kurt Griffey brings crowds to their feet and the front of the stage with his solos. He as recorded and toured with other notable musicians including members of the Eagles, Foreigner, the Moody Blues, Wings, Lynyrd Skynryd, Santana and Journey. On lead vocal and rhythm guitar is Dan McGuiness. The purity, power and range of Dan’s soaring voice hits right to the heart. Multi-instrumentalist Steve Gunner rounds out the group. As Cosmo puts it, “Gun provides live all the overdubs that were on the records. - keyboard, acoustic guitar, percussion, harmonica and the high harmonies.”

In 2013,Classic Rock Revisitedcritic Jeb Wright wrote about a Creedence Clearwater Revisited concert he attended. “The true test of any concert is how the music makes you feel. On this night, this writer walked away with a wonderful feeling, having just witnessed timeless, historical music, performed to perfection. Creedence Clearwater Revisited not only looks to the past, performing iconic songs, they bring them to the modern day, reminding us all of the true importance of this music.”

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Billy Mitchell’s EastEnders Olympic Torch moment draws 7.9 million spectators

Despite the first really hot evening of the summer, the culmination of actor Perry Fenwick's London 2012 storyline attracted a healthy audience for BBC1

Monday 23 July was quite a day for the Olympic torch as it was borne through the streets of London by the likes of Michael Owen, Andy Murray, Sir Patrick Stewart… and Billy Mitchell from EastEnders.

But while the torch attracted thousands of spectators regardless of who carried it, Billy – aka actor Perry Fenwick –had the biggest audience of all, as a peak of 7.9 million viewers tuned in on BBC1 and BBC1HD at 9:25pm to see him carry the flame through Walford in a live section of the soap.

Last night’s EastEnders double bill centred around Billy’s moment in the spotlight, with the 8:00-8:30pm episode featuring the residents of Albert Square gathering for the arrival of the torch, and the second instalment, from 9:00pm to 9:30pm, showcasing the run.

Both episodes attracted fairly typically-sized audiences for a Monday edition of the soap, avergaing 7.6m viewers (a 35.1% share) and 7.3m (30.9%), respectively – impressive considering the country had been bathed in sunshine for the first time this summer and the smell of barbeque was on the breeze.

Certainly, EastEnders’ slot competitors didn’t fare so well. Between 8pm and 8:30pm BBC2’sUniversity Challenge was watched by 2.2m (a 10% share), with ITV1’s Countrywise garnering 2.9m (13.2%), Phil and Kirsty’s Location, Location, Location on Channel 4 pulling in 1.1m (5.1%) and the first half of Channel 5’s Megastructures, about London’s Olympic stadium, watched by just 600,000 viewers (2.4%)

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Save Mart launched ClickCart at its Modesto store on Pelandale Avenue about a month ago, and has since expanded to two other Northern California sites. The plan is to roll it out to more than 20 stores in the company by the end of the year.

The service costs $5, with no tip needed. To start, shoppers need to sign up for the company’s free Rewards program and go online or download the free Save Mart app. The $5 service fee will be waived for all shoppers through the month of July as a special promotion and to introduce people to the service.

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Shoppers currently have a four-hour window to pick up their food after ordering. Right now Save Mart’s ClickCart does not offer an accompanying delivery service, unlike Raley’s eCart and Instacart. But Castro said they have plans to add one in the future.

Raley’s, meanwhile, has offered online shopping through its eCart service at its Village One store on Floyd Avenue since it opened in 2007. This year they added delivery by partnering with the app-based service FoodJets , which also offers restaurant delivery in the region .

Raley’s now offers eCart plus delivery at both of its Modesto stores, on Floyd Avenue and Tully Road. The personal shopper service costs $5.95, free for orders $100 and over. Adding delivery is $5 through FoodJets. The store has a two-hour pick-up window for its order.

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