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Today in Music History, March 24

41 years ago today, America was atop U.S. music charts with “A Horse With No Name.” It was written by Dewey Bunnell, and was the band’s first and most successful single, released in early 1972, topping the charts in several … Continue reading

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Life’s Lessons from my PEZ Collection, Lesson 24

Have a zest for life and food !  Bite into everything, just like TAZ!

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Life’s Lessons from my PEZ Collection, Lesson 23

Even when you are blue, you can be friendly, kindhearted and thoughtful just like Sulley from Monsters, Inc. !

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Today in Music History, March 21

28 years ago a lot us were aboard the REO Speedwagon and enjoying the view from atop the charts with their hit – the power ballad – ” I Can’t Fight This Feeling Anymore ” It was the group’s second … Continue reading

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Life’s Lessons from my PEZ Collection, Lesson 22

It is okay to be a big hearted idealist with a quirky streak like Vanessa Bloome!

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Life’s Lessons from my PEZ Collection, Lesson 21

If you will be out in the sun a lot, WEAR A HAT!

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Today in Music History, March 16

On this date 45 years ago today in March of 1968, “Sitting on the Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding was atop the U.S. singles charts.  Redding did not live to see this success as he died, at age … Continue reading

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