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Blu-Ray Review: The Rockford Files - The Complete Series (1974-80).

We should get this out of the way right up front — it’s absolutely impossible for me to be objective about The Rockford Files. My mom and I used to watch it on a little TV in the kitchen, and those remain some of my favorite times we spent together. 602 more words

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Cataract Falls

A couple of weeks ago I took a half-day trip to Cataract Falls.  Located on a stretch of Mill Creek in west-central Indiana, less than 10 miles south of the small town of Cloverdale, Cataract Falls State Recreation Area is a bit more than an hour’s drive from my Indianapolis-area base.  1,166 more words

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Blu-Ray Review: The Stone Killer (1973).

Directed by Michael Winner
Screenplay by Gerald Wilson
Based on a book by John Gardner
Cinematography: Robert Moore
Music by Roy Budd

Cast: Charles Bronson (Lou Torrey), Martin Balsam (Al Vescari), David Sheiner (Guido Lorenz), Norman Fell (Daniels), Ralph Waite (Mathews), Paul Koslo (Langley), Stuart Margolin (Lawrence), Jack Colvin (Jumper), John Ritter (Hart) 379 more words

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Orchard Beach ~ Part 2

I sat beneath the trees,
following the rivers of sky between the leaves.
Halyards clanking down the hill
at the docks at the boatyard
on Mill Creek, where customers… 204 more words

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Homers power Brookwood to Game 1 in Class 7A Final Four

By: Cody Butler — sportalspace contributor

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May 14, 2018 (Hoschton, GA) – R7 #2 Brookwood defeated R6 #1 Mill Creek 6-3 on the road in Game 1 of the GHSA Class 7A Final Four. 370 more words

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Blu-Ray News #167: An Evening With Joan Crawford.

Mill Creek Entertainment has announced an upcoming twin-bill Blu-Ray of two Joan Crawford horror pictures, Strait-Jacket (1964) from William Castle and Berserk (1967), produced by Herman Cohen. 172 more words

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Kelowna under local state of emergency

A local state of emergency has been declared for Kelowna.

Officials say it’s a precautionary measure because of high stream flows. It gives them access to specific private properties to protect public infrastructure. 110 more words

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