Did you know that at one time Keel Radio had a basket ball team named the Dirty Dribblers? The Dirty Dribblers played in just about every gym within 100 miles of Shreveport. One year in the seventies the Dirty Dribblers played 106 basketball games. There was hardly a school anywhere that didn't request that the Dirty Dribblers come around and play a game, and Keel did it all for charity.
I just witnessed a performance by some of the finest musicians I have ever seen in concert. I've been to a lot of concerts in my life, but this one ranks right up there with the best. The Little River Band!
I had a great opportunity a while back when I was invited to help host a busload of tour directors that came here from all over North America for a convention. They were here in Shreveport and Bossier City looking for future convention sites and tour bus destinations.
Anyone who likes to garden will tell you the secret to gardening success is in the soil. My friend and fellow Master Gardener Billie Carroll of Shreveport came up with a recipe for improving her garden soil that pays off with giant vegetables.
After hearing a lot about the movie "Bernie," my husband and I went to see it. If you live under a rock and haven't heard, it's a movie about the murder of an elderly, wealthy woman in Carthage, Texas whose body was found in a deep freeze. The murder happened in Carthage, so it's like it happened right in our own back yard. I had a friend tell me, get yourself some Depends -- this movie will make you laugh so hard you'll wet your pants.
Well it didn't, and I didn't, but it was still a real entertaining movie!
The vacation was great! Lots of eating, napping, more eating and talking about old times. But mostly eating! Then, suddenly, the night before we leave Minneapolis I sat straight up in bed and said: "Where are the car keys?"
Our car is in Dallas. We're in Minneapolis. And where did I put the car keys?
This is one of those human interest stories that gives you a warm fuzzy feeling when you
read it. Nine-year old Joshua Smith of Detroit wanted to do something about the state of his city. So the young boy set up a lemonade stand near his home in the hopes of raising $1,000, which he would present to the city to help with its financial crisis.
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