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Throwback 30: Bigfoot and the Hendersons

Bigfoot. One of the world’s biggest mysteries. Is he real, the missing link between man and ape, a myth born out of human kind’s biggest fears and legends passed down through the ages, or just some hillbillies dressed up in a gorilla suit? 633 more words

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December 8: Happy Birthday AnnaSophia Robb and Kim Basinger

AnnaSophia Robb celebrates her 24th birthday today.  She began working as a child actress in 2004 with a guest appearance on Drake & Josh, and made her feature film debut a year later in the lead role of… 634 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 4 out of 10

4-Word Review: Suburban housewife gets smaller.

Pat Kramer (Lily Tomlin) is a housewife/mother raising two rambunctious kids (Shelby Balik, Justin Dana) while married to Vance (Charles Grodin) who works in advertising. 447 more words

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Fla Dems: We're not in disarray

Florida Dems are using St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman’s “big win” Tuesday — as well as victories in Virginia, Washington and New Jersey — as proof that their party has got it together. 178 more words

Dems bash rebranded Baker in St. Pete

It may have worked it Miami, so why not St. Pete?

Florida Dems and incumbent St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman’s campaign have tethered Rick Baker, a Republican who’s seeking a comeback as mayor, to President Donald Trump, who’s not exactly a rock star in the left-leaning Pinellas County seat. 164 more words

Film Review: The Funhouse (1981)

Also known as: Carnival of Terror (alternate)
Release Date: March 13th, 1981
Directed by: Tobe Hooper
Written by: Larry Block
Music by: John Beal
Cast: 665 more words

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A. Radio Program- Webcast- Spectrum 360: 17.37- ’17 Oct. 23 Mon.

https://spectrum360media.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/a-r-p-spectrum-360-webcast-17-38-17-10-23-mon.mp3

Radio Program “Spectrum 360”: 17.37- ’17 Oct. 23 Mon.

Listen to the Spectrum 360 live program weekly on Mondays at 11:00PM  E. D. T. on these stations in Tampa Bay: 208 more words

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