A Hard Night’s Day – Beatles Tribute
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A musical tribute to Black History Month
On Saturday, the Strings of Color Orchestra celebrates African-American musicians with its fourth annual Black History Concert.
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Cooking for a good cause
Submitted photo: Jeff Moschetti, of One2One restaurant in Frisco, is one of the chefs participating in the Symphony of Chefs. Some of the Metroplex’s finest chefs are donating their time and talents to raise money for the KidLinks Foundation.
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12 places to see beautiful spring blooms
Spring is in the air, and now, on the ground. CNN talked to garden experts to get the scoop on this year’s best destinations to view beautiful, budding flowers.
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1963 www.amazon.com Watch the full film: thefilmarchived.blogspot.com Tributes to Kennedy abounded in the months following his murder, particularly in the world of recordings. Many individual radio stations released album compilations of their news coverage of Kennedy’s assassination; ABC News released a two-LP set of its radio news coverage. Major record labels also released tribute albums; at one point there were at least six Kennedy tribute albums available for purchase in record stores, with the most popular being Dickie Goodman’s John Fitzgerald Kennedy: The Presidential Years 1960-1963 (20th Century 3127), which climbed to number eight on the Billboard album chart and stood as the biggest-selling tribute album of all time until the double-CD tribute to Princess Diana of Wales thirty-four years later. Perhaps the most successful Kennedy tribute song released in the months after his assassination (although later hit songs such as “Abraham, Martin and John” and “We Didn’t Start the Fire” also referenced the tragedy) was “In the Summer of His Years”, introduced by British singer Millicent Martin on a BBC-TV tribute to Kennedy and a moderate hit for Connie Francis shortly afterward. British heavy metal band Saxon wrote Dallas 1PM as a tribute and the song featured the line, “The world was shocked that fateful day. A young man’s life was blown away, at Dallas 1PM”. In 1965, the popular American band, the Byrds, released a song about President Kennedy called He Was a …
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You will not find a better Nebraska Football video than this one I made about Ndamukong Suh, the best Nebraska defensive player in history. I wanted to demonstrate all of Ndamukong’s skills from making tackles for loss, scoring touchdowns, interceptions, sacking the quarterbacks, knocking down passes, dominating opposing offensive lines, and making big hits. And just for the Texas fans I couldn’t help but throw in the McCoy toss twice at the end. This is my first football video. I made it as a tribute to Ndamukong and to thank him for all the hard work and memories he has given us Nebraska fans, the greatest fans in college football. And make no mistake about it WE ARE THE GREATEST FANS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. I hope you all like the video. Feel free to leave comments and make sure to watch my other videos and SUBSCRIBE!!! GO BIG RED!!!More
Folk artists pay tribute to radio host Pleasants
Tom Rush minces no words when asked to assess the impact of radio host Dick Pleasants: “Without Dick, the acoustic…
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6:00 pm Ham Radio License Course
The Winona Amateur Radio Club is sponsoring an amateur radio licensing course from mid January to late February 2011. The course is for persons who would like to earn the Technician Class amateur radio license, the entry-level license.
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