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Joni Sledge of vocal group Sister Sledge dies at 60

(CNN)Joni Sledge, a founding member of the vocal group Sister Sledge, was found dead Friday in her home in Phoenix, publicist Biff Warren told CNN on Saturday. She was 60 years old.

The Sledge family was shocked by her death as she had not been ill, Warren said. The cause of death was unknown.
The group of sisters recorded the dance anthem “We Are Family” in 1979. Other hits were “He’s the Greatest Dancer” and “My Guy.”
“Yesterday, numbness fell upon our family. We are saddened to inform you that our dear sister, mother, aunt, niece and cousin, Joni passed away yesterday. Please pray for us as we weep for this loss. We do know that she is now eternally with Our Lord,” the band said Saturday in a statement posted on their website and Facebook page.
Joni Sledge was born in 1957 in Philadelphia, according to the Internet Movie Database. She came from a musical family and her parents were entrepreneur/actress Florez Sledge and Broadway performer Edwin Sledge, the official Sister Sledge website says.
The sisters Joni, Debbie and Kim made up Sister Sledge. Kathy, a fourth sister, was another original member but left the ensemble in 1989, according to the group’s website.
The group became famous in 1979 with the Grammy-nominated “We Are Family,” written by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers of Chic.
The song peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100 and topped the R&B and disco charts, Billboard said. The album of the same name reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
A younger generation became familiar with the group’s song, “He’s the Greatest Dancer,” when it was famously sampled in Will Smith’s 1998 hit song “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It.”
Though their hit-making days were past, Sister Sledge was still active. Their next show had been scheduled for March 18 and a series of European performances was planned.
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‘The Vampire Diaries’: Ranking All the Show’s Romances From Worst to Best

Vampires, werewolves, witches, sirens, doppelgangers, hybrids — The Vampire Diaries is filled with supernatural beings with awesome powers. But even the strongest among them is vulnerable to love.

Romance has been at the core of TVD since the first episode, which showed the blossoming relationship between human Elena Gilbert and vampire Stefan Salvatore. Over eight seasons, all of the characters have fallen in and out of love, found themselves in love triangles (and squares), broken each other’s hearts, turned from friends to lovers, and even gotten married. There have been steamy hook-ups, passionate arguments, tender declarations, and tearful vows.

Here’s our ranking of the romances of The Vampire Diaries.

18. Caroline and Alaric

Candice King and Matthew Davis (Credit: The CW)

She was in love with someone else. He was still grieving his almost-bride, Jo. And both were really just in it for their kids. This engagement was never going to end up at the altar.

17. Valerie and Stefan

Paul Wesley and Elizabeth Blackmore (Credit: The CW)

The innocent romance they shared in the 1860s never got off the ground, and when they reunited in the modern day, it was only because Stefan had to go on the run — and away from his true love, Caroline.

16. Caroline and Matt

Candice King and Zach Roerig (Credit: The CW)

This schoolgirl crush on her best friend’s ex was doomed from the start, since Caroline was always jealous of his former relationship with Elena. And then she turned into a vampire, and pushed him away.

15. Rebekah and Matt

Zach Roerig and Claire Holt (Credit: The CW)

Poor Matt. The guy just can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to love. Rebekah was drawn to his humanity and kindness, and they had fun on a trip around the world. And while they liked each other, it was never going to last.

14. Jenna and Alaric

Matthew Davis and Sara Canning (Credit: The CW)

Elena’s aunt died too soon for this sweet romance to get off the ground. But Ric’s feelings for her were strong enough to become a surrogate parent to Elena and Jeremy.

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‘Grimm’ Recap: There Will Be Blood

Warning: This recap of the “Blood Magic” episode of Grimm contains spoilers.

Eve is dead set on hunting down ol’ green eyes behind Nick’s back while he’s otherwise engaged trying to solve a couple of mauling cases and a mysterious death in an assisted care facility.

Safety First
While covering all the mirrors in their house so that Eve can safely stay with them, Monroe voices his concern. He knows they are doing the right thing by letting her stay but is worried that they will literally get killed because of their kindness, or that their house guests’ skinless stalker will harm the triplets. Rosalee is already going all mama bear and says she will rip his beady eyes out if he makes an appearance.

Related: ‘Grimm’ EPs Asked, Fans Answered: Favorite Creature, Character, Episode and More

All About Eve
Eve drops in on Adalind and tries to enlist her hexy help behind Nick’s back. She says she doesn’t want to bother Nick with anything “until she has a better handle” on what’s happening and she think Adalind’s mom’s spell books might have an answer. “There might be something in them that can help us fight this thing,” Eve justifies.

Adalind is still not convinced, arguing that the books might be just as dangerous. When she senses her hesitation, she pulls out all the stops and mentions that the beady-eyed baddie might also be after Nick and Diana because she can also see the symbols. Her frenemy relents and loads her down with three books that look straight out of Hot Topic’s goth section.  She immediately returns to the space shop and starts skimming.

When Nick gets back to the loft, his new girlfriend is waiting up to tell him that she is worried about his old girlfriend. She explained that she wants her to “help her find a hexenbiest way to go through the mirror to the other place.” She says, “I think she is looking for redemption,” before adding that she is afraid that Eve will try to do it on her own. She urges Nick to chat with her, but he gets called to work.

By the time he tracks her down, she has started on the second book and has yet to find anything super useful and she sort of shrugs him off. “I’m very worried about you,” Nick stresses.

“If we don’t find a way to get to it,” Eve counters, “it will find a way to get to us.”

The argument makes sense but Nick demands that she not do anything alone. She says she has no intention of doing so. He also suggests that she get some sleep, but when he is called back to the precinct, she resumes her research. Eventually she finds a chapter on blood magic and remembers biting the bad guy and that the blood covered the mirror and kept him on the other side. She calls Adalind to ask if she knows anything abut sanguine spells. The books say that it can be used as currency. She hypothesizes, “What if it could be used as currency to get to the other side?”

It’s possible, but Adalind warns that she doesn’t know very much and what if Eve were to cross over but didn’t know how to get back. Apparently, she didn’t bother heeding Adalind’s warning because she returned to MonRosalee’s house to share what she’d learned, but when she founds the house empty, she decided to fool around with the powerful magic. She took the covering off the mirror, cut her hand, wiped blood across it, and eventually it turned all stormy and portal-y. She threw caution to the wind and walked through. (Did she learn nothing about the buddy system in school or from watching 127 Hours? You always at least leave a note and let people know where you are going. Duh.)

Two Cases, One Cop
A woman is attacked when she goes around the corner to get the car after eating dinner with her friend. Given that nothing was stolen from the scene, that the friend was visibly shaken and had no blood on her, and she was mauled animal-atyle, they deduce that it must be wesen related. They discover another unexplained mauling happened several days earlier in a neighborhood not that far away.

While Wu is searching surveillance tapes from both scenes, they get called to an assisted living facility where an old woman with dementia has died just after a nurse witnesses one of her caretakers assaulting her. She is convinced the orderly killed her, but the doctor who was on call has no reason to believe there was foul play. He also explains that she had been restless in the last few weeks and that patients with advanced dementia can get violent.

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Rating: R (for some language)
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