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(Photo) Wanna Swim In A Guitar Shaped Swimming Pool?

If you’re looking to swim in a guitar shaped pool you’re going to have to get on John Rich of Big & Rich’s good side. He has started building a guitar shaped swimming pool in his backyard and from the looks of the frame it’s going to be amazing! 105 more words


SEE: John Rich Decides Nashville Needs A Guitar-Shaped Pool!

Springs showers have me longing for summertime today … would you love a pool like THIS in your backyard?

Bout time Nashville had a new, big ol guitar shaped pool!!

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John Rich Building a Guitar-Shaped Swimming Pool in His Backyard!

The guitar shaped pool has been a thing in Nashville for a long time. This is one of the most famous pools on Music Row. 55 more words


Healing Hurt People Receives National Award for Innovation in Aiding Crime Victims

Drexel’s Healing Hurt People received a national award from the Office of Crime Victims Friday for its work toward making victims of violent crime less likely to be injured again. 643 more words

Health & Medicine


The theatre world of 18th-century London was very different from ours today. There were only two theatres allowed by law to perform plays, an arrangement that went back to the Restoration of Charles II in 1660. 932 more words

Stage Dancing

A Year of Dance: 1717

1717 was a busy year on the London stage, at least so far as dancing was concerned. With hindsight, the most significant event was the performance at the Drury Lane Theatre on 2 March 1717 of John Weaver’s ‘New Dramatick Entertainment of Dancing after the Manner of the Antient Pantomimes’ … 679 more words

Ballroom Dancing

Talking It Out: Constant Trauma and Its Effect on Young Men of Color

In a brief he wrote this fall for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Drexel University’s John Rich related the story of Andre, a black 19-year-old who, while walking home from work, was shot by an unknown assailant trying to rob him of his necklace. 802 more words

Community & Society