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Dinner with Herschell

Creatively, he revolutionized the horror genre by inventing an offshoot that revolved around excessive gore. Due to his business acumen, you can probably blame a lot of the junk mail that fills your mail boxes on him, as well. 351 more words

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Removing My Ghost Bike.

About a year ago, a beloved member of my community was killed by a motor vehicle while riding his bicycle one morning on a sidewalk along the city’s central highway. 488 more words

Mary's Musings

Customs occasional: Denby Dale Pies

“It was absolutely glorious. It really was lovely. Very, very savoury – the spices that they’d added to it were such that they brought out the full flavour of the meat.

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$1,000 reward offered after fallen officer's memorial found vandalized

AMERICAN FORK, Utah — Utah Law Enforcement Memorial, Inc. is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for vandalizing the memorial for Sgt. 128 more words

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Gone but not forgotten

In some way or another, most of us will be remembered in an event after we’re gone. A burial or scattering of ashes. Perhaps a religious ceremony. 215 more words

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Jesse White Hosts Preserving Their Memories

Jesse White Hosts “Preserving Their Memories”

A Celebration of the Illinois Veterans’ History Project

As a special acknowledgement to veterans Secretary of State, State Librarian and Archivist Jesse White hosted “Preserving Their Memories” to honor them for their service as well as their contributions to the Illinois Veterans’ History Project Tuesday September 27 at the Illinois State Library in Springfield. 596 more words

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Jesse White Hosts Preserving Their Memories

Jesse White Hosts “Preserving Their Memories”

A Celebration of the Illinois Veterans’ History Project

As a special acknowledgement to veterans Secretary of State, State Librarian and Archivist Jesse White hosted “Preserving Their Memories” to honor them for their service as well as their contributions to the Illinois Veterans’ History Project Tuesday September 27 at the Illinois State Library in Springfield. 596 more words

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