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My grandson, Graham Franti, has been playing ice hockey ever since he began skating and gradually developed a love for the game as he grew up developed his game skills. He is a junior this year at Calumet High School, playing defense for the junior varsity Ice Kings. An opportunity presented itself to this young […]

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Radio is a great medium of entertainment because to enjoy it, all you have to do is tune in and listen. It’s a medium which don’t require your undivided attention. You can listen and enjoy what is broadcast and still be involved doing another task of two. BUT – you can’t see what’s happening in […]

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Who’s Stan Ross?

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My brother Kevin is a sports buff; he loves the Packers and he’s always enjoyed baseball. Last night, I called him to touch base with him concerning plans for our family get together in July. Kevin and his family have lived in Kenosha for three decades and on his wife’s FB game, I’ve seen pictures […]

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The 1 p.m. showing of “American Sniper” at Thomas Theater Saturday was probably one-half full but my wife and I arrived 45 minutes early to get the seats we wanted for viewing this movie. Eastwood did an outstanding job developing this movies’ characters, especially Brantley Cooper who portrayed Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Eastwood presents aspects […]

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“American Sniper” the latest work by Director Clint Eastwood has attracted the attention of moviegoers both domestic and foreign AND two Hollywood leftists apparently upset with the film’s subject matter. Michael Moore (supposed filmmaker; I did sit through 20 minutes of “Bowling For Columbine” before concluding it was nothing but trash) and actor Seth Rogen […]

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Winter time and today’s snow flurries are getting old for this guy. It’s five months until the opening date for Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron. Good – in five months all this snow will be gone! I think that Marvel Comics has done an incredible job bringing to life all my boyhood comic book heroes, […]

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A group is concerned citizens spearheaded by financial support from Music industry executive Mike Curb, philanthropists Chuck Elcan and Aubrey Preston came through to make a final purchase on the studio property last month. Now, the National Trust for Historic Preservation has deemed the property a national treasure. This Washington, D.C. based organization bestowed the […]

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Reading up on country music artists and their activities, musicians are an integral part of the industry. The Academy Country Music (ACM) Awards presented studio drummer, Shannon Forrest with the Drummer of the Year Award in 2012. That was the first that I’ve heard of this amazing drummer, who, after reading the list of country […]

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I love to listen to unique and distinct ways that people come up with re-arranging songs together. The current fad is the mashup – taking two songs with similar tempos and alternate playing the parts back and forth. The first song I heard was as a mashup was My Paperback Sharonna: Well, someone on YouTube […]

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Country Music Hall of Famer and Grand Ole Opry star Little Jimmy Dickens passed away on January 2nd. Dickens was admitted to a Nashville hospital on Christmas after suffering a stroke and later passed away as a result of a heart attack caused by the stroke on January 2nd. James Cecil Dickens was born in […]

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