Monthly Archives: April 2006

Plant For A Cure

When there is a breast cancer survivor in your house you become very thankful for whatever is being done to fight the disease.  Kudos to Lowe’s for continuning its Plant For a Cure program in May to increase awareness and raise … Continue reading

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Maddens

Because I can be a little short on patience, most of the time I’m glad I don’t play golf.  Then, I remember that golf courses are built on some of the most beautiful real estate in the world.  That’s certainly the … Continue reading

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Tropical Shirts

What is is about tropical shirts and middle-aged men?  I like Hawaiian shirts, but I thought I was the only one.  They’re comfortable and they remind me of being on vacation and at the beach.  You can’t take yourself too seriously … Continue reading

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Radio Personality Bob Dylan

The reviews are in for Bob Dylan’s first radio show–some of them, anway.   Dylan is hosting a radio program on XM satellite radio beginning May 3. The theme of the first show from the man who wrote "Blowin’ in the … Continue reading

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Gas Pains

It’s hard to whip up much sympathy sometimes for people who live in Beverly Hills, but an interesting story in the Los Angeles Times this morning reports that gas there has topped the four dollar a gallon mark.  In fact, premium … Continue reading

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The Big Galoot

According to his web site, North Dakota native Shadoe Steven’s first children’s book is to be published this week.  "The Big Galoot" is the first of five kid books he has been quietly writing. VoiceHunter.com says "it teaches unity in … Continue reading

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Fever

I’m eagerly awaiting my copy of  "Fever:  The Life and Music of Miss Peggy Lee" by Peter Richmond.  It’s the second book that’s been written about the North Dakota native since her death of few years ago. Robert Strom’s "Miss … Continue reading

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Police Woman

To me, North Dakota native Angie Dickinon can do very little wrong.  I like celebrities who don’t take themselves too seriously.  Once, hosting "Saturday Night Live" she admitted to the audience that she would never "play the classics."  Although she … Continue reading

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Angie Dickinson ….

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