Monthly Archives: July 2012

I Can See Music

When was the last time you jumped? ~ The Editor This officially piggybacks on the previous post whereas on the very same night the Red Willow Arts Coalition (RWAC) was presenting Skilly & Duff, probably the longest running music affiliation … Continue reading

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Alexandria’s Magical Musical Tour!

Bob and Pat Peterson, of Alexandria Golf Club and Macalester choir fame, just happened to mention today that they were taking 20 friends to Forada tonight to see Reverend Raven and the Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys.  Which reminded me, Rev … Continue reading

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“Doubt: A Parable” (and The Nonagenarians?)

[Shelly Karnis, Linda Kelsey, and Linda Akenson] Doubt: A Parable So, there I sat, minding my own business, when the phone rang Monday afternoon.  The supervisor was calling from her bridge game to ask if we wanted the two extra … Continue reading

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“Ladies of the Blog”

[Andrea (No. 44), Alison (No 14 (OK, I thought hers was 23)), and Sara (No. 19) Toft, hockey stars from years long ago and far away (6 for the twins, 7(?) for Alison).] OK, this was totally a coincidence – … Continue reading

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THE RECESSION IS OVER!!

We read about it in the Echo, of course, sitting in our backyard on beautiful Lake Darling.  It’s all anecdotal – with reports of record boat sales nationwide . . . and locally!!  🙂  But we have proof – if … Continue reading

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The 39 Steps, The 78th Shot, “And Then Came Summer”

[Nice profile!  ~ Amy S.] Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps debuted at Theatre L’Homme Dieu Tuesday night.  Fun stuff with lots of laughs.  And then I posed with “Al” afterwards.  Oh, and high school classmate Betty [Larson] Butcher provided the … Continue reading

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Not The Supervisor’s Yard

[Hi!  We’re old!] OK, a few other things went on this week.  Uncle Willie’s Gut Bucket Blues were at SAWA on Tuesday before a small, but elite, audience.  They’re still looking for someone who can play a really good washboard.  … Continue reading

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