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Franklin Cyn-Cummings Skywy-McEwen

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

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This ride goes out along Franklin Canyon and Cummings Skywy to Crockett Blvd. It rolls through the town of Crockett on Pomona St to the scenic stretch along the Carquinez Shoreline on Carquinez Scenic Dr. 740 more words

Contra Costa County

DOOMBEN TIPS + BEST BET: SATURDAY 30/12/17

DOOMBEN TIPS: SATURDAY 30/12/17

Doomben

Race 1 – 16 Darktown Strutter $10.00

Race 2 – 5 Fit for Purpose $3.00

Race 3 – 5 Crockett… 20 more words

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A Roy Moore spokesperson just said Moore "probably" thinks homosexual conduct should be illegal

(Source: www.vox.com)

CNN anchor Jake Tapper described it as “a yes-or-no question” for Roy Moore, Alabama’s Republican Senate candidate: “Does he think that homosexual conduct should be illegal?” 197 more words

Lifestyle

The estate of Alex Crockett.

Alexander Crockett died 22 February 1920 in Wilson. He left no will.

Crockett was unmarried, and his sister Georgia Crockett Aiken filed for letters of administration on the estate. 177 more words

City Of Wilson

Total Eclipse of the Heart

Hello All,

Did you guys see the eclipse?

Amazing!

Its August 21, 2017, and its been about 7 months since my last post; since opening the gallery, I’ve literally been that busy. 452 more words

Art Blog

Miami Vice (2006, Michael Mann): A Revisit

The first format I watched this film on was Mpeg2, DVD, and the audio track seemed to be mixed in a way that had the ambiance overpower the dialogue track. 795 more words

Cinematography

"Filth" "Other People's Children" and the Era of Trump

“Filth” “Other People’s Children” and the Era of Trump

The Southwest Political Report

By: Matt Sedillo

On April 11th 2017 Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Nogales Arizona to announce “the Department of Justice’s Renewed Commitment to Criminal Immigration Enforcement.” To those familiar with the legacy of the Barrack Obama Deporter in Chief this announcement of renewed commitment, indicating there had been some lack of political will to “enforce the law,” might seem strange to hear. 1,868 more words