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Years ago, my wife picked up a copy of an outstanding book that explains practically everything you need to now about baking bread, Bread Alone by Dan Leader. From this book, I’ve been able to bake wheat, rye, pumpernickle and flat bread. Last year, I wanted to tackle the task of sour dough bread but […]

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Saturday, June 6th is the Grand Opening of Gwinn’s Happy Bubbles Car Wash! 103-WFXD will be broadcasting live from noon to three p.m. – stop in and get your car or truck washed at the new facilities. Dennis from FXD’s Midday show, “On the Job with Dennis” will be broadcasting live and giving away Shopping […]

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I have a bread book at home that has recipes for all types of breads you could think of…rye, whole grain, baguette, sour dough and more. My wife, Debbie, suggested to me to try a batch of ciabatta bread. I have successfully baked pumpernickel, whole wheat, rye and white. Ciabatta is a very basic white […]

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Singer songwriter Grace Potter is currently featured doing a duet with country music artist Kenny Chesney’s “Wild Child”. Previously, Potter scored a hit again with Chesney on his song, “You And Tequila”. This weekend, I was revisiting the Disney movie, “Tangled”; taken from the Brothers Grimm story about the character Rapunzel. I like reading movie […]

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Country music artist Kellie Pickler will be receiving recognition for her eight USO tours presented to service men and women as recipient of the first ever Operation Troop Aid Chris Kyle Patriot Award. Kelly will be presented with the award by Kyle’s parents, Wayne and Deby Kyle, after performing the national anthem at LP Field […]

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Country newcomer, Mickey Guyton has kept her sights on becoming a singer. While attending Santa Monica College, Guyton was introduced to producer Julian Raymond, who connected her with Gary Borman and his partner Steve Moir, the company that built the careers of Faith Hill, Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum. Mickey later moved to Nashville where […]

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Memorial Day is an important day in America. It’s a day to give thanks, to pay tribute and to remember those who gave their lives to protect our country. Originating after the end of the Civil War, the national observance was first called Decoration Day, later changed to Memorial Day. As you go about your […]

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Country music artist Randy Houser has been surprising U.S. military families from around the nation with free groceries. This surprise gesture will feed Army Corporal Aaron Woods family for a year free! Houser has partnered up with Eckrich Foods and Operation Homefront which provides relief to recognize the service and sacrifice of military life. By […]

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Happy Birthday to George Strait; the King of Country from Poteet, Texas. Strait has accomplish quite the country music career; from his early high school days with a loose rock and roll band; to his first hit single in 1981. Strait has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling […]

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I like the internet; you’ll never know what entertaining bits of nostalgia will pop up. I’ve been in one local TV commercial but the producer didn’t want me to sing in this particular ad. However, country music artist Darius Rucker did sing in an early TV for Burger King, selling the Tender Crisp Bacon Cheddar […]

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