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Flashback: Burnley 18th February 2005

Today’s game between Preston North End and Burnley could be regarded as the oldest derby in the Football League. That’s because on the opening day of the first ever season of the oldest league in the world the Lilywhites tackled the Clarets at Deepdale. 983 more words

Preston North End

Grieving

I’m always somewhat confused by the way psychological literature tends to lean towards the idea of grieving as a part of healing from trauma. I can be somewhat literal-minded at times, and grieving, to me, is what happens to people when someone that they care about dies. 787 more words

C-PTSD

KYW Flashback: Bicentennial "American Way Festival" Hits The Parkway

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — You don’t throw a world-class party for millions without a dress rehearsal.

The bicentennial was just a year away when Philadelphia planners launched, the “American Way Festival”, a giant street fair complete with Native American dancers, fashion models, music, food and nearly one-and-a-half million people. 62 more words

Heard On

This Week: Ben E. King and Flashback to 1965

A tribute to the late Ben E. King and a look back to 1965 highlight “The Grooveyard” and the “Saturday Soiree” this week.

Thursday night at 9 PM, join host Alan Seltzer as he pays tribute to Ben E.King, who died last Thursday.  91 more words

Grooveyard

Flashback – 01

These were one of those normal primary school days. I used to cross the stream and visit the village temple. (Yelluru Vishwanatha Temple) I used to go to the temple to pray and drink the tender coconut water which was given only to some selected Brahmins :p thankfully I was one among them :p… 409 more words

Snakefreak

flashback - 2013

Whoever it was who initiated the SCRAM could not have foreseen the consequences of his actions. All he knew was that things weren’t right, and the reactor had to be shut down. 575 more words