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Rick Saunders
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Lives in St.Augustine, FL
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There is something about the history of dandyism that seems more intriguing than most of fashion's yo-yo past– which is probably why I've now done three con
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Here's a good one if you like bag band music:: Swing Hostess (1944) 
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One of my fave solos of all time.
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Huz n' dad, Connector, Spieler & hypester.
Deep Blues vice lord.
I'm the boss of this: www.realdeepblues.blogspot.com/
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St.Augustine, FL
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Pullman, WA - Seattle, WA - Gainesville, FL
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Oscar Wilde is sent to prison for indecency — History.com This Day in Hi...
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Playwright Oscar Wilde is taken to Reading Gaol in London after being convicted of sodomy. The famed writer of Dorian Gray and The Importanc

Pete Townshend writes "My Generation" on his 20th birthday — History.com...
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From the Bible to Oedipus Rex to King Lear, literature has long concerned itself with the difficult relations that sometimes arise between m

Peaches and Herb top the pop charts with "Reunited" — History.com This D...
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To paraphrase Shakespeare, that which we call a peach by any other name would taste as sweet. But would it sound as catchy? This was the que

Six killed in Oregon by Japanese bomb — History.com This Day in History ...
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In Lakeview, Oregon, Mrs. Elsie Mitchell and five neighborhood children are killed while attempting to drag a Japanese balloon out the woods

Country legend Loretta Lynn is born in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky — Histor...
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If there’s one thing nearly everyone knows about country-music legend Loretta Lynn, it’s what her father, Ted Webb, did for a living. Like a

The Gift of the Magi is published — History.com This Day in History — 4/...
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O. Henry's second short story collection, The Four Million, is published. The collection includes one of his most beloved stories, The Gift

Marian Anderson sings at Lincoln Memorial — History.com This Day in Hist...
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On Easter Sunday in 1939, more than 75,000 people come to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to hear famed African-American contralto

Buddhists celebrate birth of Gautama Buddha
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On this day, Buddhists celebrate the commemoration of the birth of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, thought to have lived in India f

Muddy Waters is born — History.com This Day in History — 4/4/1913
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When Bob Dylan picked up an electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965, he permanently alienated a portion of his passionate fan b

Maya Angelou is born — History.com This Day in History — 4/4/1928
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Poet and novelist Maya Angelou-born Marguerite Johnson-is born in St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents divorced when she was three, and she and

Legendary movie critic Roger Ebert dies
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On this day in 2013, one of America's best-known and most influential movie critics, Roger Ebert, who reviewed movies for The Chicago Sun-Ti

Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated — History.com This Day in History...
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Martin Luther King Jr. is shot to death at a hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. A single shot fired by James Earl Ray from over 200 feet away at a

Marvin Gaye is shot and killed by his own father — History.com This Day ...
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At the peak of his career, Marvin Gaye was the Prince of Motown—the soulful voice behind hits as wide-ranging as "How Sweet It Is (To Be Lov

April Fools tradition popularized — History.com This Day in History — 4/...
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Jim Morrison prompts a "Rally for Decency" — History.com This Day in His...
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"Dear Mike," wrote the recently inaugurated President Nixon to Miami-area teenager Mike Levesque in a letter dated March 26, 1969, "I was ex

OK enters national vernacular — History.com This Day in History — 3/23/1839
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Jack Kerouac is born — History.com This Day in History — 3/12/1922
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Jack Kerouac is born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Kerouac was the son of French-Canadian parents and learned English as a second language. In h

Public Notice urges recognition of "humane ladies" — History.com This Da...
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In Baltimore, a public notice appears in local papers recognizing the sacrifice of women to the cause of the revolution. The notice urged ot

Thomas Wolfe's second novel, Of Time and the River, is published — Histo...
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Scribner's publishes Thomas Wolfe's second novel, Of Time and the River. Wolfe started the novel, a sequel to his highly acclaimed debut nov

Salem Witch Hunt begins — History.com This Day in History — 3/1/1692
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In Salem Village in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Sarah Goode, Sarah Osborne, and Tituba, an Indian slave from Barbados, are charged with th

Tours of the distillery are fun, and hosted by a knowledgable staff, and you you get a taste of the product at the end. But being local we go for the restaurant. The menu changes often, and choices for vegan/vegetarians are slim (they used to have a killer house-made veggie burger) but they'll whip something up for you. Don't pass up the house-made fries! Now, on to the bar. The bar! Wow. I'm a whiskey fan and the selection is loaded with brands ive never heard of, hear rumors of, brands I never thought I'd get to try, as well as all the standards. The distillery's cocktails are, according to my wife, dynamite. Truly a special spot not to miss, wether you're local, or just want to act like it for the weekend.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
You know that heavy, stuffed, slogged feeling you get after eating out? You groan and rub your gut and say outloud to no one in particular, "ugh." Present Moment ain't that place. Rather, you'll leave feeling fed, light, and better then when you came in. Try it. It's amazing.
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reviewed 10 months ago
If you like quality, knowledgable customer service then Broudy's the spot. If you prefer to be ignored and are partial to the thrill of a spotty, limited selection then by all means go to the faceless corporate likker behemoth across the street, but if you want good selection and friendly help...Broudy's, baby.
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Top three best breakfast in town. Monster cinnamon rolls...we're talkin' nearly the size of your head...their own unique homemade bread, pefect homefries, and the only place in town that knows what over-medium means. Excellent service, funky local hometown vibe. Another bigger regional outfit down the road advertises as Where The Locals Eat, but that's a logo. This is the place.
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reviewed 10 months ago
Terrific school with very proactive and positive teachers and staff. Truly exceptional.
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reviewed 3 years ago