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Rock Cesario

Before the Beatles landed, D.C Five was rocking the USA

Many folks, me included, thought the Beatles were the first English band to tour the United States, therefore starting the British Invasion. First off, no one knew that it was an invasion at ...

Steve Beauregard

Reach out and punch someone

We need to adopt some new, universally accepted rules for cell phone etiquette before one of these rude cell phone users winds up getting punched in the face. And here I’m talking about ...

Rick Jussel

Picking well in March can be maddening

I’m going to tell you straight out that I haven’t really kept up on college basketball over the past several years. I got tired of rooting for or against teams and programs that ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 21, 2010

The mornings are dark, the evenings are light, it rains, it snows, it blows ... five minutes later, the sun brightly shines. Windows up, windows down, heater on, heater off. On. Off. Warm ...

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Sherida Warner

‘Fab Four’ a hit with art quilt fans

No doubt most everyone has heard of the famous “Fab Four,” as the Beatles were known around the globe in the 1960s. Today, a new “Fab (as in fabric) Four” are gaining ...

Gary McCallister

Shape of things to come depends on atoms

I have decided to get in shape. And the shape I have chosen is a triangle. On second thought, all those sines and cosines would probably confuse me. I have enough trouble following street ...

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Annie Payne

Budget-conscious ways to D.I.Y.

Five houses on my street have the same floor plan as mine. Little by little, on a limited budget, I have added personal touches around my house to make it feel more like a custom home and less ...

Tess Furey

Take an appetite if you steam off for Pufferbelly

You might call this week’s food destination Stuff-Yer-Belly. But I think the inspiration for Pufferbelly Station refers to the fact that it’s located next to downtown Grand ...

Rock Cesario

Jazz music steeped in American history

Jazz, with its musical origins in the South, has been around since the early 1900s. Although it has influences from Africa and Europe, jazz is for the most part uniquely American. My first ...

Dixie Burmeister

Dixie shares tasty recipes from the health fair

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Do you have the brisket in the crock pot and the cabbage ready to go? Last weekend was the Grand Valley Health Fair and I promised to print here the recipes I ...

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