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I Traveled Back in Time

It felt good to say hello to all of them,

The flowers were in crisp spring bloom,

The fields swayed with more romance than I recall, 181 more words


John McCutcheon - Storyteller With A Lifelong Career

One new day inspires him one new story 

One story awakens one new song to sing along

From the bottom of his heart to the tip of the tongue. 253 more words

Music Review

Christmas 1914: When Rank and File Imposed Truce During Imperialist War by Henry Hagins

Dandelion Salad

by Henry Hagins
Workers World, Dec. 16, 2014
Originally published Dec. 24, 2015
December 25, 2016

The “Christmas Truce of 1914” was a short-lived, unofficial lull in combat between two antagonistic rival forces, determined to exercise military, political and economic supremacy over each other in Europe and in the colonized world, to which these imperial powers lay arrogant false claim. 1,017 more words


"Under a Winfield Kansas Moon"

The Walnut Valley Festival, 2016, came to a close Sunday, September 18.

Hardy folks who stayed the course through a week of weather contrasts once again headed home after filling their souls with uplifting music and cameraderie. 167 more words


American universities said "unqualified" - which a German university ignored - and he overturned 150 years of Biology

Click to enlargeConor Lawless

In 1995, if you had told Toby Spribille that he’d eventually overthrow a scientific idea that’s been the stuff of textbooks for 150 years, he would have laughed at you.

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The Music Men – Five New Concerts On Sale Now!

Have you heard who’s coming to Charlotte? Blumenthal has a diverse concert line-up sure to satisfy any kind of music-lover. Here’s the low-down on five recently announced shows that you do not want to miss! 305 more words


Singing Along

“You didn’t sing along!” My friend, M, was annoyed at me.
“No. I don’t like to sing along. I sing off tune and it destroys the pleasure I have in listening.” 311 more words