June 26, 2017

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A Look At A Day In Lamont
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Some pics of the parade in Lamont Alberta on Saturday followed by some great musicians (Branded Country) who entertained around 375 of us as we ate a great perogie supper. They played real country songs and folks of all ages enjoyed it.
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The Sunday Whatzit? Answer
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Whatzit? … the job of this tool?
A mother-of-pearl serving knife for the decadence of caviar is what
this tool is. It's a commonly held belief that you cannot handle
caviar with metal utensils as it will impact a metallic flavour.
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Lindsay Ell Shreds Guitar, Plays
Crossroads With 81 Year Old

Watch 81-year-old Bob Wood shred the guitar with Lindsay Ell live in the Bobby Bones Show studio.


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Saturday Sessions July 1st Presents

This weeks Canada Day Mark Ammar's Saturday Sessions show 678 presents - Barry Campbell - I have always enjoyed Barry's style of play. His very versatile choice of tunes can include everything from Peter Tosh to Pink Floyd with a present funky, blues, reggae, soul feel.

Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.

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Didn’t Realize How Little I Knew

Didn’t Realize Just How Little I Knew

* Q. What is the only food that doesn't spoil?
A. Honey.




A roundup of bits from the web.

* It's So Hot In Arizona Right Now That Everything Is Literally Melting.

* Alabama group wants Confederate statue removed; is raising funds to pay fine.

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A Valedictorian Went Rogue In His Final Speech

A Valedictorian Went Rogue
Peter Butera, class president for the entirety of his life as a high school student — all four often-frustrating years of it — took the stage at Friday’s graduation ceremony after the recital of the class poem, which had offended no one.

When the principal of Wyoming Area Secondary Center in Exeter, Pa., had finished applauding the poem, Butera walked up and laid his speech on the podium: the lines he’d dutifully cleared with administrators, and those he had not.

Details in The Washington Post.

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