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Essentials for visiting Charleston

By Bruce Smith

CHARLESTON, S.C. — In decades past, Charleston was largely unknown to visitors from the wider world. But this city of pastel buildings, quiet alleys and picturesque gardens has been discovered. 814 more words


The Pop Group - Citizen Zombie

I don’t want to take a very long time introducing The Pop Group if you don’t know who they are, because there’s serious ground to cover in this review, so I’ll do it briefly. 462 more words


H.S. Nordic ski chase begins at Craftsbury

Without seeding or even consistent in-season match-ups to gauge the competition level, the Nordic skiing state championships almost always contain an element of the unknown. 240 more words


Video: Retired NFL player Bruce Smith on McDonnell sentencing

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) — Retired NFL football player Bruce Smith answered questions as he arrived for the sentencing of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, Tuesday. 62 more words

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Pets Plus Naturals Stops Puppy Mill Purchases, Promotes Adoption Instead

Paws Up!
To Pets Plus Naturals for transitioning from pet store to animal rescue partner.

According to a recent news story, a pet store chain in the Philadelphia, PA area will no longer participate in the for-profit sale of puppies and kittens. 120 more words

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#TBT Thanksgiving Edition: Bad Things, Man

Allow me, on this Thanksgiving holiday, to indulge in a little nostalgia. Apologies in advance and admittedly I myself wonder, “why this is post?”

Anyways, for a period in the late 1980s to mid 1990s sports commercials were very important, mostly from Nike. 291 more words


GRAND OPENING: Arts & Crafts Press

Saturday, November 22, 1-6pm
Arts & Craft Press
2515-B South Tacoma Way

The Arts & Crafts Press, founded in 1996 by Bruce Smith and Yoshiko, would like to announce the GRAND OPENING of their new space in the historic 1929 “Tillicum Toy Company” building where they’re excited to have a printery, Yoshiko’s blockprint studio, and a small showroom where you can browse and shop from their collection of note cards, prints, books, mugs, and tiles based on Yoshiko’s designs. 421 more words