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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

We are so glad to not be there anymore

Central District News gives us reason to be glad.
Bullet hole chips.

That's over at Starbucks on the North side of the street.

And where have we seen those red posts? Oh, well, look here:

Kid running away during a small riot.
SPD Barricades us for 4 hours during anti-war protest march:

This is a sweet couple who stumbled upon our farewell party.
In the end, we all knew they let the neighborhood go

Oh, and also because I would never live in this:

Monday, February 2, 2009

Keep Clam!

A new entry in a long line of classics! Be sure to have your sound up.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

From Today's Paper

World Gone By
75 years ago
Feb 1, 1934

Those people who go around in the sunshine sans clothes - the nudists - are including Aberdeen on their national theater tour and will be at the D&R tomorrow and Saturday. The nine nudists appearing in the stage show are from the Elysian Fields colony of Southern California and are the same individuals who recently appeared in a nudist motion picture "Elysia" at the D&R last week.

Their stage act consists chiefly of demonstrating various games and exercises practiced in their camp. A lecturer is on the program to extol the health benefits of nudism.
So, what's going on in the entertainment world in these modern times? Well, The Lucky Eagle has the Ricky Nelson Tribute on Valentine's Day. Luckily, we'll be out of town

Odd fact picked up while doing the research here: Yes, that Charles Richter was one of the stars.