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First season without Shows leaves void, legend lives on

At first glance, it looks just like any other fall at West Monroe.

The practice field is as meticulously manicured as ever. The Death Star of a fieldhouse and strength complex still engulfs the main campus like the Millennium Falcon. 932 more words

News

The Slide . . . if you will

My wife and I have always loved the older television shows, all the way back to the 1950s. The grainy, black and white television shows that cause my children to cringe or take a deep breath. 340 more words

Family

U.S. SPECIAL OPS SAY THAT ISIS IS AN INCREDIBLE FIGHTING FORCE.

US Special OPS forces monitoring the ISIS military like structure, is saying today that ISIS is an incredible fighting force, that is not going to just go away. 462 more words

Conservatives

The Men of Buffalo: Cook Farmer

Seven Questions with Cook Farmer (George Hay)

1. What was your first role?
Raymond Pringle in “Kiss and Tell.” A World War II comedy at age 12. 192 more words

Moon Over Buffalo

What I Learned From "The Andy Griffith Show"

I grew up watching afternoon repeats of “The Andy Griffith Show,” and though I took them for granted at the time, I now realize just how much I’ve learned from those shows, just how profound and dear the show is to me, how it helped form my values, and how I so desperately wish there were more shows like it on TV today. 2,687 more words

5. Diary

No Time for Sergeants

Year: 1958
Directed By: Mervyn LeRoy
Written By: John Lee Mahin (screenplay), Ira Levin (play), Mac Hyman (novel)

RYAN’S REVIEW

I am a proud southerner. More importantly I am a proud North Carolinian and nobody has ever been more beloved in North Carolina than… 1,073 more words

Comedy