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Toon Talks Podcast with Bruce Smith

Bruce is one of the most talented and charismatic animators you’ll find in the industry, what a pleasure to talk with him!

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Faribault mural honors Heisman Trophy winner & native son Bruce Smith

ATTEND A FOOTBALL GAME in Faribault, and you’ll cheer from Bruce Smith Field.

Peruse the Rice County Historical Society, a short distance from the football field, and you’ll discover an exhibit about Bruce Smith. 542 more words

A word from Pastor Bruce

Hi Folks,

Walking with Jesus is not complicated, but sometimes our expectations do not seem to line up with reality.

Jesus said in John 16:33, 125 more words


$4.5B Jasper Port Moving Forward at A Headwind's Pace

An update on the massive port planned at the GA-SC border that has been in the works for 8 years now.  The latest:  “consultants told the SC State Ports Authority that a permit will be sought this Fall so the U.S. 28 more words

The Post And Courier

Poll: Is Falcons' biggest concern D-line, O-line, running back?

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I’ve posted a column on MyAJC.com on the Falcons’ running game and their decision to rely on second-year pro Devonta Freeman and rookie Tevin Coleman. 694 more words


If you could design a poet's studio, would it look like this?

“When poets Bruce Smith and Jules Gibbs first approached architect Jon Lott about transforming their semi-attached Syracuse garage into a studio, one of their initial requests, Lott recalls, “was for a very big bathtub — a bathtub they could write in.” With this rather unusual directive, Lott knew his clients might be up for something slightly off-kilter, so he created the award-winning and blog-stirring…

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SC Tourism - 39 Million Visitors Per Year and $18 Billion Industry

Charleston is the #2 tourist destination in the state behind Myrtle Beach (?really?) as part of the state’s $18B tourism industry that results in some 39 million visitors each year to the Palmetto State.  56 more words