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Happy #FranklinDay and interview with 'Franklin's Mother' Harriet Glickman

Happy Friday MMT Family! For those who follow us on our social media sites, Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook, you know we’ve been celebrating #FranklinDay today – which marks the 47th anniversary of the introduction of Charlie Brown’s best friend, Franklin Armstrong, into the beloved Peanuts comic strip. 746 more words

Mind On Movies

" Hey Ya! " - Booker T. Jones at the Soiled Dove Underground

Concert review- Booker T. Jones- Soiled Dove Underground, Denver, CO 6/12/15

” I saw him later at the Monterrey Pop Festival. Only this time, he wasn’t playing the Isleys’ music. 875 more words

Mayor Pleased to Back Pope's Call to End #Slavery

“Birmingham Mayor William Bell, who is African American,  said that ‘At the time of my birth, I was born into a society in Birmingham, Alabama, that existed as a close cousin of slavery called segregation.  75 more words

Slavery

Sandpiper Golf Course

Sandpiper Golf Course in Santa Barbara, CA

The Stats

Tee Time: June 28, 2015, 8:20, 75F, sunny

Designer: William Bell (1972)

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Golf Course

William Bell - Who will it be tomorrow


William Bell (born William Yarborough, July 16, 1939) is an American soul singer and songwriter. As a performer, he is probably best known for 1961’s “You Don’t Miss Your Water” (his debut single); 1968’s “Private Number” (a duet with Judy Clay, and a top 10 hit in the UK); and 1976’s “Tryin’ to Love Two”, Bell’s only US top 40 hit, which also hit No. 113 more words

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Julian

William Bell’s novel Julian wasn’t quite what I expected. It begins with action that made me think there would be more of a crime angle then there turned out to be. 173 more words

Seattle Now & Then: St. Vinnie's in Belltown

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Here stands, and it seems also poses, the St. Vincent de Paul’s truck in front of its thrift store at the southeast corner of First Avenue and Battery Street.  997 more words

Seattle Now And Then