November 2013

Miss Pat’s Thrift Store and Collectables opens on Market Street Miss Pat’s Thrift Store and Collectables opens on Market StreetSee all tales about this subject

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Ocali Country Days goes medieval

by admin on November 24, 2013

Ocali Country Days goes medieval To be certain, now&#39s Ocali Country Days may have all of the usual crowd faves — the cracker cow camping, syrup-making demos, old-timey bluegrass, candle-sinking, crafts along with a working Civil-War-era cannon.See all tales about this subject

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Ornamental swords and daggers stolen in burglary

by admin on November 23, 2013

Ornamental swords and daggers stolen in burglary Mother and father launched images of the pendant and dagger with the hope someone may recognise the products stolen from the home in Wonersh recentlySee all tales about this subject Police: Md. guy draws 2 swords throughout arrest A Waldorf guy tries to battle police having a very […]

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19 Beanies to Keep You Warm This Season

by admin on November 22, 2013

19 Beanies to help keep The Cold Out This Year The roots from the title of the favorite cold-weather staple, the beanie, are unclear. Some might reason that the word originates from medieval occasions (“beanus” being a kind of hat students at colleges used) whereas others posit that “bean” is solely slang for that mind. […]

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Here ye, here ye Baytown readers

by admin on November 22, 2013

Here ye, here ye Baytown visitors Lords, ladies, knights in combat and damsels will roam Sterling Municipal Library grounds since it’s annual Fall Family Festival turns into a Renaissance Fair from 10 a.m. to two …See all tales about this subject My 2 cents: At Renaissance Faire, people go to town My history using the […]

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