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Recent Posts

  • Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, Nick Mason Say Reunion Not Happening; Waters Laments Digital Music Era

    Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, Nick Mason Say Reunion Not Happening; Waters Laments Digital Music Era

    Just in case Pink Floyd fans haven’t gotten the message yet, founding band members Roger Waters and Nick Mason again have revealed that there is little chance, if any, of the group reuniting.  In a new interview with The Times of London marking the 50th anniversary of the band’s formation, the two rockers, who both are 71, express differing attitudes about a reunion, while agreeing on the slim likelihood of a tour or new recording project. “A reunion is out of the question,” Roger tells the newspaper.  “Life, after all, gets shorter and shorter the closer you get to the… Read more

  • Texas Shooting Suspect's Father: ‘My Son Made a Bad Choice’

    Texas Shooting Suspect's Father: ‘My Son Made a Bad Choice’

    (GARLAND, Texas) — The father of one of the suspected gunman in the Garland, Texas shooting told ABC News Monday that his son “made a bad choice.” “We are Americans and we believe in America,” Dunston Simpson said. “What my son did reflects very badly on my family.” Simpson’s son, Elton, was identified earlier Monday to ABC News by a senior FBI official as one of the suspects in Sunday’s failed attack on a Texas community center that was hosting an event displaying cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad. Elton Simpson and another man were killed by a police officer after… Read more

  • Search Begins for California Lottery Winner Given Wrong Payout

    Search Begins for California Lottery Winner Given Wrong Payout

    (PALMDALE, Calif.) — The hunt is on for a mystery man who hit the jackpot. Surveillance video captured an unidentified man cashing in after scratching off a straight flush on a Wild West lottery ticket. His prize? $75,000. But the clerk behind the counter in the Palmdale, California, gas station initially read the prize incorrectly, giving the man just $75. Now, the clerk, realizing his mistake, wants to find the customer to make sure he gets the right prize. The man was last seen leaving the gas station driving a large truck and wearing a backwards baseball cap. California lottery… Read more

  • Texas Shooting: Hero Cop Credited with Taking Down Two Gunmen

    Texas Shooting: Hero Cop Credited with Taking Down Two Gunmen

    (GARLAND, Texas) — The officer who returned fire at two men who shot assault rifles outside an event displaying cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad “probably saved lives,” according to authorities. Security at Sunday’s event in Garland, Texas, included uniformed officers, SWAT teams, FBI and ATF, according to Joe Harn of the Garland Police, when two men pulled up in a dark-colored car. The men – both armed with assault rifles — exited and started firing at a parked police car, Harn said. An officer — who typically works as a traffic cop — returned fire and struck both men, Harn said…. Read more

  • Texas Shooting: American Freedom Defense Initiative Spent $10,000 on Security

    Texas Shooting: American Freedom Defense Initiative Spent $10,000 on Security

    (GARLAND, Texas) — Police in Texas said Monday that the American Freedom Defense Initiative had spent $10,000 for security at their Sunday event at which cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad were displayed in Garland, where two men opened fire, injuring one officer. Security included security officers, uniformed officers, SWAT, FBI and ATF, Joe Harn of the Garland Police Department said at a news conference. Harn said the police told the AFDI what security they thought they needed, and “that’s what they adhered to.” The event began at 5 p.m. and was to go to 7 p.m., Harn said. The event… Read more

  • Texas Shooting from Inside Community Center Moments After

    Texas Shooting from Inside Community Center Moments After

    (GARLAND, Texas) — Questions remain after a deadly shooting Sunday outside a Garland, Texas, community center that was hosting an event featuring cartoons of Islam’s prophet Muhammad. The event, sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, featured hundreds of drawings of Muhammad, which is explicitly banned in Islam and seen as a sign of disrespect. About 200 people were in attendance. Jobin Panicker, a reporter with ABC News affiliate station WFAA-TV in Dallas-Fort Worth, was outside the event getting exterior shots when the shooting occurred. “We started to hear what sounded like firecrackers, three to five very faint shots,” Panicker… Read more

  • The Who Selling Downloads of All Shows on Current Tour Leg

    The Who Selling Downloads of All Shows on Current Tour Leg

    The Who recently launched the North American edition of its 50th anniversary tour, and now the band is offering audio downloads of every show on the first leg of the trek via its online store.  Each concert costs $9.99 for MP3 or $14.99 for the higher-quality FLAC format. Downloads will be available within two weeks after a particular show takes place.  The Who kicked off its current outing on April 15, and the tour leg is scheduled to wind down on May 30 in Forest Hills, New York.  After a series of European dates in the summer, the band also… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  • May 05Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Coffee Call
  • May 05Sanford MOPS Meeting at St. Luke UMC
  • May 062015 Gay 90's Luncheon
  • May 07Teen Homeschooler Book Club at the Lee County Library
  • May 072015 Small Business Banquet - Honoring Larry Stogner