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Defenseman Callum Fryer To Join UMass This Fall; Leonard To Play For US U18 Team

It may be July but Coach Micheletto and his staff are still on the road trying to improve the fortunes of the Massachusetts hockey team.  They’re doing so not just for future years, but this coming year as well.  868 more words

UMass Recruiting

Folksinger John McCutcheon to play in York, PA April 24th

Hailed as “folk music’s rustic Renaissance man” and acclaimed as “an incarnation of Pete Seeger and Mr. Rogers, Will Rogers and Bruce Spingsteen, and above all Everyman,” John McCutcheon brings his music on subjects small and great to a Susquehanna Folk Music Society concert on Friday, April 24, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. 814 more words

Susquehanna Folk Music Society

mending fences.

words & music by John McCutcheon

Mending fences once again
Where posts stand frail and rotten
I walk the wire, hammer-handed
Lest they be forgotten… 134 more words


The Christmas Truce of 1914

This Christmas marks the centennial of a small but remarkable event that has echoed down the last century as a reminder that our war-time “enemies” are human beings, just like us, and that in the midst of darkness, light can shine.    946 more words

David Cruz-Uribe

Tommy Sands at Christmas

Many years friends ask about favorite Christmas songs.
I name two every year.
Christmas in the Trenches by John McCutcheon
The Rebel Jesus by Jackson Browne… 39 more words


Christmas In the Trenches

This week marks the 100th anniversary of the still-amazing “Christmas In the Trenches.” Even 100-years down history’s road, it’s an amazing story, and the subject of my December column for the Preston Hollow Advocate. 26 more words

Angels And Pins