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Hornton History Event August 26th - 28th

Countdown to the Past – Week 1!

Traditional crafts and country skills come to life at our Hornton history event on the August Bank Holiday weekend – Saturday 26 to Monday 28 August.  152 more words

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William Price King Meets some Legends - Barbra Streisand - 1960s/1970s - It's all about the music

To celebrate some of the most memorable music of Barbra Streisand the focus of today’s post is the music from the award winning movies that she starred in and also composed music for, during the mid- 1960s and early 1970s. 1,156 more words


Out Where the West Begins [1942, Utah]

Lloyd Marress WII Postcard Series (#1 of 5)

August 1942

Here we find Pvt. “Buddy” Marress in Utah, Summer of 1942. I wonder how well he knows Gladys Bell. 140 more words


The Way We Were (1973)

Initial reaction: I knew how it was going to end, and I still teared up a little.

The Basics:

  • Main Production Company: Columbia Pictures
  • Director: Sydney Pollack…
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The Way We Were

I’m a bit late to the 1970’s party, but I eventually watched ‘The Way We Were’. Needless to say Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford in their prime, were, well in their prime, Robert Redford eye candy of note, and I have always been a Barbra Streisand fan. 692 more words


For Mother's Day, One More Happy Golden Ray

My parents gave me this antique card to add to my collection. It’s a sweet poem from mother to daughter. The content of the writing indicates that there is distance between them, but since it has no address or postmark, perhaps it was sent in an envelope. 140 more words


Memory love

Lot’s wife looked back at her old life and was immediately turned into a lifeless pillar of desert salt. It was too bad, what happened to her, but she couldn’t help herself. 13 more words

Keith Ashford