We traveled to Clay City, Kentucky, the Saturday before Easter to hear some wonderful Bluegrass music at the Meadowgreen Park. A new friend of John’s, a kind gentleman named Frank, who lives in that area, called and invited us down to hear J. D. Crowe and the New South and Driving Rain-the two bands playing that night.
Even those who detest the sport of figure skating will most probably love the new laugh-out-loud comedy Blades of Glory. Will Ferrell and Jon Heder play Jimmy MacElroy and Chazz Michael Michaels, two rival male figure skating stars who, after receiving tie scores at the World Wintersport Games, are forced to share the gold medal.
Clermont Senior Services and the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired are partnering to offer low vision evaluations at the United Way Building at 2085-A Front Wheel Drive, next to the YMCA in Batavia. This service is being made possible by a grant from the Lions Club International Foundation and support from several local Lions Clubs.
I am a huge mystery/crime/detective novel aficionado (read freak) and Parker is one of my favorites. I also enjoy Patricia Cornwell, Sue Grafton, Janet Evanovich, Jonathan Kellerman, and James Patterson-but Robert B. Parker is the greatest, in my mind.
This is an Adam Sandler you have never seen before. In the new release,
Sherie Arnold’s service to the 50 or so customers on her Meals on Wheels route comes straight from the heart. She delivers much more than a meal each day. She entertains her customers by dressing in festive costumes on holidays, and brings them small tokens of friendship from her vacations.
In fact I believe some of us have a loves-dogs gene in our DNA. Those of you who do not possess this gene, and you know who you are, may want to just skim over this column and move on with reading the rest of the paper. Our grandson, Roni, appears to have the loves-dogs gene. Roni will soon be one year old.
In the ancient and honorable time of Greek history, circa 480 B.C., when to die for one
This is more than disturbing . . .
Well, it sounded right at the time.