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One day I get an email from Merril, the lady who organizes that Farmers Market where Mother and I saw no potential customers whatsoever when we went to check it out on Saturday. The email is a follow-up to our initial application to exhibit and sell our items at their market.
What I think of the popular celebrations of the end of another year.
Gatchaman Crowds is getting a new season! Read more about it...
Historic Jonesborough is not only haunted, it is one of the states more historical towns due to its age. Nestled deep in the Appalachian Mountains, the history and ghost tales go back deep into the eighteenth century, and ghost tours are a popular part of the town’s charisma. Many o...
The life of Henry VIII, told by Michael Hirst, the politics of that time, his seven marriages, the schism from the Pope and the Catholic is worth seeing it !!!
Ever wondered how they assemble thousands of people in medieval war movies and do big crowd scenes? Hiring so many people is impossible so they use a secret trick.
Sitting in a crowded place feeling lonely and seeing you are not the only one.
Are you sane or stupid? This seems a question we could ask at almost any time when otherwise rational, sane people do stupid things. Are humans living at a different level to animals or are do we have a stupidity gene in-ground in our DNA? It seems at time normal rational people just ...
Written off with something in the lines and stanzas, this poem is about something that I think about. And the word "Dogfish" seemed like a neat word to use for it. Comments are open.
The Christmas lights at Herne Bay were turned on by Gareth Gates, and the cast of Sleeping Beauty, which is being held at the Marlowe Theatre. Read on to find out more about it.
Has the fun gone out of Christmas shopping, or is it me?
Day 2 of the Dartford Festival saw Gareth Gates as the headline act, so many people braved the rain to see and hear him.
I wanted to write an enchanting poem. Then without any inspiration, somehow I tried to put down some words. And I spun them into this free verse which I felt was thrilling. I don't know how you feel about it. I have given two different formats to the same poem. I think they give a ...
The revelations made by WikiLeaks have helped set off a chain of events in Tunisia. A frustrated and angry Tunisian, named Muhammed Al Bouazizi, set himself on fire in protest of his country’s corrupt regime and passed away in mid-December due to his self inflicted wounds.
As you may have noticed, this is a question I have borrowed from popular adult animated comedy Family Guy; but it is a good way to describe how certain things in life make me feel. And I’m sure I’m not alone in being annoyed by the occurances described herein. Read on and let me k...
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