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Some of my younger readers probably can’t believe humanity only had three channels on television when we were growing up. And believe it or not, during my preteen years — televisions showed only in black and white.

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In 1998, three years after averting the threat of Skynet, Sarah (Linda Hamilton) and John Connor are enjoying life by a beach in Livingston, Guatemala, when they are suddenly attacked by a T-800 Terminator. Sent back through time by Skynet prior to its erasure, the Terminator murders John be…

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The Joker is a psychological thriller, which also serves as a conduit as to where this enemy of Batman came from and what made him this violent and insane clown.

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GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — “Do you recognize me,” pleads a sketch of young black woman believed to be killed by confessed serial killer Samuel Little. Her mouth is drawn into a frown, her dark hair either short or pinned up in a hand-drawn sketch Little provided to law enforcement.

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I remember Bonanza for a few reasons — first because of great story lines, and as a youngster because there was usually some kind of trigger-play. I guess I identified with Little Joe (Michael Landon) because he was hotheaded, impetuous, slightly crazy but at heart, a romantic.

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In the Nov. 27 edition of the Lee County Courier, Dana Daugherty's 2nd grade class, at Joyner Elementary, answered the question "How would you prepare the Thanksgiving Turkey?'

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In 1975, I bought the record album Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen at J.C. Penney in Tupelo. I just bought it because of the cover and the names of the songs like “Thunder Road,” “Meeting Across the River” and “Jungleland.”

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I’ve listened to David Crosby for a longtime from his beginning with The Byrds (1964-1967, 1972-1973), through his time with probably the first supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (1968-1970, 1973, 1974, 1976-2016) and into his solo career and partnership with Graham (Crosby & Na…

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Fortunate Son - The Story of Baby Boy Francis by Tupelo native Brooks Eason will be released nationwide this November. Scheduled for simultaneous publication in hardback (ISBN: 978-1948679541, 254 pages, $29.99), trade paper (ISBN: 978-1948679695, 254 pages, $15.95) and eB…

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Yellowstone has become the Western version of The Sopranos with John Dutton (Kevin Costner) running the show at the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch. He’s a 6th generation billionaire who owns the largest contiguous ranch in the United States.

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Time-Life has recently released ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME: IN CONCERT, 11 Jam-Packed Discs, with nearly 30 hours of live performances from epic Hall of Fame ceremonies from 2010-2017.

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Musically I’ve always been a fan of sounds and lyrics that skip off the tired worn track of verse, chorus, etc. I hit the jackpot when my friend Karen Leipziger, the lead at a cool production house sent me HeavyDrunk - HolyWater.

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There’s just something special about the sound of musicians who were raised in the south, a swagger, the use of terms, the way the guitar speaks and a kinship where you don’t have to know the person, but already know you’d like them.

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Scott (Michael Ealy) and Annie (Roxanne Avent) Howard move into their new house in Napa Valley, but its previous owner, Charlie Peck (Dennis Quaid), becomes obsessed with keeping an eye on the couple and ensuring his home remains untouched.

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Christy McBrayer will be performing her one-woman play about the prodigal trip of a struggling southern actress returning from Hollywood to her hometown of Saltillo at the Link Centre to raise money for the Dr. R.B. Robison Education Resource Center on Friday, Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m.    “Souther…

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I’m so thankful that when Jason Ricci became part of a punk band, other members of that band decided he should be a harmonica player. Jason was only 14 at the time and he started listening to Howard Levy, who used an overblowing technique.

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I graduated high school in 1974, and wherever I was or wherever I was going you’d find my best friend Charles “Buck” Hinton. Buck was very musically inclined; I wanted to be. One of the groups he turned me onto was Savoy Brown. The first album I bought of the boys was Looking In (1970). It w…

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A group of girls live at the Vestalis Academy. The girls think they are being trained on how to become the perfect girl so they can be adopted by good families. They are on a strict routine which rarely changes except for moving up levels as they advance. Level 16 is the highest and then, ac…

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The Bohannons, named after brothers Matthew and Marty, deliver heavy rock and roll akin to Neil Young’s days with Crazy Horse. The Chattanooga foursome have released a masterwork with Bloodroot.

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 Dr. Billy Collum, right, a good friend of Courier publisher Jim Clark, his wife Linda and daughter Amy (Clark) Stone passed away April 9. Clark started seeing “Doc,” (as family and close friends called Collum,) in 1969 and was his patient up until he retired in 2012. Collum completed his un…

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I was excited to get Josh Hyde’s second CD, Into the Soul, in the mail, because I loved his debut The Call of the Night (2017).

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I’ve been a fan of Little Steven for a long, long time — as a solo artist with the Disciples of Soul, writing key songs and performing with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and of course, as a member of Springsteen’s e-street band.