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Coffee Shop: A Song to Take You ‘Over the Hills’

“Over the Hills and Far Away” is a familiar song, dating back to at least the 17th century. The tune and the title have remained constant, but they’ve been given several sets of lyrics over time. The Coffee Shop is an open … Continue reading

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From SteamPunk to Trumpunk’d Americans… a libertarian/GOP social-media battle/alliance

 By ann summers From SteamPunk to Trumpunk’d Americans… a libertarian/GOP social media battle/alliance to come or will Bernie’s youth followers vote their real interests. It’s more than Hillary’s gaffe about the need to redirect coal producing communities but to make sure that the … Continue reading

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by NONA BLYTH CLOUD It’s 1665, and you’re an Englishwoman married to a Dutchman, who dies suddenly, leaving you nothing but debts. You’re recruited as an ‘intelligence gatherer’ for King Charles II, using the code name “Astrea.” The Crown pays for … Continue reading

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