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Dream Cruise Week is upon us!

The week of events leading up to the Woodward Dream Cruise are always a blast

And they do come with some trauma and drama. This year is no different for me. 611 more words

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My Top 10 Favorite Hairdos

1. BOX BRAIDS

This is my favorite hairdo, mostly because there are like a million ways to style them🌚 A month does not end without me having plaited box braids and the thing I love about them is that you wont even notice that I had plaited them before.

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Packers WR Jeff Janis isn't worried about a little competition

Not many seventh-round picks in the NFL play out their entire rookie contract.

Not many seventh-round picks are Jeff Janis, the Green Bay Packers receiver and core special teamer who is looking to survive his fourth straight training camp. 276 more words

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"You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan #SoundCloud #rockmusic #free


“You Belong to Me” is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, “you belong to me.” It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. 136 more words

"You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan #SoundCloud #rockmusic #free


“You Belong to Me” is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, “you belong to me.” It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. 136 more words

"You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan #SoundCloud #rockmusic #free


“You Belong to Me” is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, “you belong to me.” It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. 136 more words

"You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan #SoundCloud #rockmusic #free


“You Belong to Me” is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, “you belong to me.” It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. 136 more words