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When the circus moves on

The other night I was channel-surfing and stumbled on an edition of the talent show Britain’s Got Talent at just the moment when a young man with a Fender Strat was about to perform in front of the audience. 450 more words

Answer to TQ 6: Beautiful Bum

It’s Orpheus’s big, beautiful, bronzed bum…at Fort McHenry.  It’s name is actually Orpheus with the Awkward Foot.  But whose looking at his foot???

And what the hell is this doing at Fort McHenry? 180 more words

Celebrating Our Nation during National Poetry Month

Celebrating National Poetry Month, at the Indian Trail Cultural Arts Center, on Saturday April 11th exploded with fun and creative zest for everyone who attended this literary event. 413 more words

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From Rebecca: Joe performed the Beatles last week

Joe gave another of his shows last Friday, April 10, 2015 in the community room of Addison Court, and it was a good one. He did air guitar and air drums to some of the songs and sang all of them. 572 more words

From Rebecca

K is for Key

Francis Scott Key (August 1, 1779 – January 11, 1843) was an American lawyer, author, and amateur poet, from Georgetown, who wrote the lyrics to the United States’ national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner”. 636 more words

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Show day is one day away

Greetings, readers. April 10th will be here tomorrow, and boy did it come quickly. I remember beginning to put this show together almost two months ago, knowing that I would have plenty of time to be ready. 304 more words

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Anthem Singers Try Out for Spot on I-Cubs Roster

DES MOINES, Iowa – The Iowa Cubs first pitch of 2015 at Principal Park isn’t until April 17th, but last weekend the minor league organization held open tryouts for a crucial position in each home game. 287 more words

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