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Faulty

In 1761, William Bell, a corporal in the Household Cavalry panicked thousands of Londoners into believing that their city would be destroyed by an earthquake on April 5th. 502 more words

British And Brilliant

Taking Kenneth Gentry to Task

On February 8th 2016, Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry Jr. posted an article on his blog entitled Are Preterists Really Futurists? and shortly thereafter, the Two Guys and a Bible… 1,679 more words

Church History

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRAX-STAX-VOLT 45PRM RARITIES 1964-1968.

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRAX-STAX-VOLT 45PRM RARITIES 1964-1968.

Just like Picasso, the Stax and Volt labels had a blue period. In Stax and Volt’s case, this began in 1964, and lasted until mid-1968. 2,074 more words

Ace Records

Alabama Politicians Get Into Brawl During City Council Meeting

Birmingham, Ala. Mayor William Bell and Councilman Marcus Lundy were involved in a fistfight during a city council meeting on Tuesday morning.

Bell and Lundy were at odds over a city matter that turned personal, according to  511 more words

National

When dales children were taught by the Madras System

A gazetteer of the North Riding of Yorkshire for 1840 reported that the 80 free scholars of Fremington School in upper Swaledale were taught by the Madras System. 286 more words

Swaledale History

On September 15, 1965.

On September 15, 1965, “Stax Records” released third Otis Redding studio album “Otis Blue/Otis Redding Sings Soul”. The album was recorded from April 19 and July 9–10, 1965, at the “Stax Recording Studios” in Memphis, Tennessee and was produced by Jim Stewart, Isaac Hayes and David Porter. 195 more words

On the road to Gundy

After a late night charging iPhones, iPads, an iPod, camera batteries and clearing off SD cards from four cameras (necessities for a camping holiday these days apparently), and stopping to grab our last great coffee for a month, we amazingly got away from Brisbane mid morning; destination Goondiwindi. 219 more words