March 3, 2017

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Well, That Didn't Take Long
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Apparently the owner of the historic Hebert house at 11 Mill Drive was dead serious when she told council if they did not allow the rezoning application, the house would be demolished. This sign was spotted yesterday, all but confirming the destruction of a piece of St. Albert's history. Take that council!

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Little house on the prairie, Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan.

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Another One Bites the Dust

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Playing Tonight At LB's Pub
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Every Saturday Afternoon 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
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Saturday Sessions March 4th Presents

Tom Roschkov - A singer, guitarist and song writer for 30 years, Tom has been a busy musician in Edmonton and western Canada. His interests are diverse, exploring a range of styles such as rhythm and blues, soul, folk-rock, country, experimental jazz, etc.

Roschkov is mostly recognized for his work with The Swingin’ Ya Band, Stone Merchants and roll as Bob Cratchit in the critically acclaimed, twenty-year running, Christmas Carol Project . He has an extensive list of recordings to his credit and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs.

His current album, The Caravan, is a sparsely produced roots-music endeavour. Great to once again have the brilliant talents of
Tom Roschkov on our sessions stage.- Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.

Playing Tomorrow Night At LB's Pub
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Upcoming Performers At LB's Pub
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Mar 16:17 The Ramification copy 3 Mar 17:17 Troy Turner new copy 4
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