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Harrison Goblin Band hosts Mardi Gras celebration (Harrison Daily Times)
Special to the Times The Harrison High School Jazz Band will perform at the 4th annual Mardi Gras Celebration, Let the Good Times Roll. The event will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Harrison High School Commons area.
Southern-fried sounds (Baltimore Sun)
JJ Grey and his band, Mofro, celebrate the singer-songwriter's Florida roots on the raw 'Country Ghetto' It's an old stereotype, but it still grates the nerves of JJ Grey.
'Glastonbury' - MOVIE REVIEW - Los Angeles Times - calendarlive.com (Calendar...
Julien Temple offers a crowd-centric overview of England?s rural fair. This small town in Somerset is dominated by a mystical hill ? Glastonbury Tor ? rumored to possess the kind of paranormal qualities that produce legends and make you want to whistle the theme from "The X-Files."
Slayer's Metal Conducts Heat -- and a Little Warmth, Too (Washington Post)
Slayer kept turning up the house lights on Monday at the jampacked 9:30 club. Were the thrash-metal pioneers trying to pick out troublemakers and hecklers? Nope.
St. Edward ready for Redbird (Daily Herald)
St. Edward?s sixth man got its chance to flex its lungs in support of the school?s girls basketball team Wednesday and a little more paint peeled off the walls of the Green Wave gym in the process.
You can bake a perfect layer cake -- once you know the chefs' secrets (The Da...
Birthday parties, holiday soirees, coronations: They're all perfect occasions for a good layer cake.
UNC graduate sings on "American Idol" (Greeley Tribune)
Rudy Cardenas treated his audition for "American Idol" as a meet-and-greet, not a chance for a golden ticket to Hollywood.
Detention Center will not receive 2007 TCI Certification because of overcrowd...
NEWPORT-The Cocke County Legislative Body's (CLB) Public Safety and Finance committees met in a special called session at the Courthouse Annex on Thursday to hear a report from Tennessee Corrections Institute Detention Facility Specialist Melody Gregory on the Cocke County Detention Center.
LOCAL NEWS (Daily Record)
Five-year-old Sara Hafemeister came downstairs, saw flames shooting from the wood stove, and ran to wake her parents, saving her family from a fire that destroyed Mendham Township house.
Liam's List For February 16th (CBS 5 Bay Area)
Greetings friends, Another weekend of fun and frivolity is upon us. Hopefully, most of you are still basking in the afterglow of Valentines Day.
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