Now there are more opportunities to get lost in the 80’s. We’re going to join a number of other bands and focus on our tunes from that decade.
Also on the …
WASHINGTON, DC, Feb 14 – Children across the country are looking forward to a winter break on February 18th—this year’s Presidents’ Day. It will give them a chance to clear their heads and prepare themselves for the new classroom responsibilities during the last months of the school year. “But, it can also be a good […]
A mousy housewife from a small English town is murdered, and Inspector Wexford investigates; the author’s 1964 debut.
A daughter of the Nobel Prize winning scientists, Marie and Pierre Curie, tells her parents’ story; winner of a 1937 Pulitzer.
A cloistered widow begins a fiery romance with a much younger man.
Old secrets surface–on both sides; the sequel to Home Before Dark.
Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service by Gary Sinise with Marcus Brotherton 272 pp., Thomas Nelson $17 Reviewed by David Bruce Smith “Lt. Dan” chronicles his transformation into real-life military advocate. Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson was fired from his job. America — and its youth — was saturated with years of […]
Escape to the 80’s at the 3rd Annual Lost 80’s Live in Grand Prairie, TX. We’re going to join a number of other bands and focus on our tunes from that decade.
Also on the bill are A Flock of Seagulls, Wang Chung, Missing Persons, The Motels, Farrington + Mann The Original Members of When In […]
WASHINGTON, DC, Jan 28 – February is Black History Month; it’s a time to reflect on the nation’s African-American communities, and America’s diversity. “As a matter of fact,” says author, publisher, and education advocate, David Bruce Smith, “Black History Month has become a global observance. Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland commemorate […]