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"WHEN THE END COMES , I KNOW . . .

(though not a gigolo),  life goes on  –  without me”.  One of Satchmo’s great songs, a gentle reminder of our temporality and the fact that the world will get along just fine without us.  397 more words

Louis Armstrong in Norway

January 22, 2017.  Just a (fairly) short post today.  Matthew and I have been inundated with work for months, so I haven’t had much time to write.   2,195 more words

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Dear World

Please Kill Me,

Greetings, and happy Wednesday my fatally attracted fans of fiction. How goes it? Should the Quentin Tarantino -virus have gone into full effect- then you should now begin seeing parts of the future, that won’t make sense, until the end – where you’ll be shown the beginning, (that; and Samuel Jackson will show up for some reason. 496 more words

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Don Turner, RCAA's February Artist of the Month, celebrates Black History Month

River City Art Association and the Vigo County Public Library will feature artwork by Don Turner throughout February in the library at Seventh and Poplar streets. 351 more words

River City Art Association

Snapshot #62

Studly Doright and I spent Saturday night in the New Orleans area, and we had breakfast downtown. On our way back to the interstate I snapped this one. I call it, “Satchmo.”

Satchmo Again

A few more.

I try to keep my promises to you. So, here are a few more pictures from the Satchmo second line. I think I mentioned yesterday, that we honor famous trumpeter player Louis Armstrong with a festival. 191 more words

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