Mike Rowe has made it a career of spending a day in the life of regular folks who just happen to have some of the most difficult, nasty, disgusting jobs on the planet. He hosts the Discovery Channel television series “Dirty Jobs”, and gives us all a friendly reminder that our job could be worse (or at least dirtier). While most of the workers that show Rowe how to do their job seem to enjoywhat they do, lots of us have had work that we didn’t care for.
CarWalk, a popular annual ArtWalk event, is ready to roll into downtown Abilene this evening. After being rescheduled due to inclement weather in March, the forecast is ideal for displaying these works of art on wheels.
This week we’ve seen a new Chick-Fil-A open on the north side of Abilene. And soon, there will be a new option for breakfast and lunch dining coming to the south side later this month. The Flipping Egg will officially open its doors on July 20th on South Danville, just north of Buffalo Gap Road between Dentures Plus and the FedEx Office store.
Another Friday the 13th is coming at the end of the week. How does that make you feel?
The superstition that is Friday the 13th dates back to the mid-19th century. For the past 150 or so years, it has inspired a horror film franchise, caused people to call in sick to work and lock themselves in their houses, and always seems to be the scapegoat for anything bad that happens on that particular day.
In the past week, we discussed what artist you loved so much you would wait in line all day to see. We got a lot of input, both on the radio and online. Some of you said you’d wait in line all day to see someone for the first time, and others were “superfans”, and would wait all day to see a performer they’d seen several times before.
Any opportunity to stimulate a kids’ brain during the summer is good. Parents, don’t forget there’s a way that kids can have fun this summer in an educational setting at The National Center For Children’s Illustrated Literature (NCCIL). Every Saturday afternoon, the NCCIL hosts “Family Fun Saturdays”.
In the spirit of the 2012 summer concert rush, a few days ago I asked you “What show would you wait in line all day to see?“. Now I want to know, based on the thoughts you shared, which artist or band is most worthy of the time-honored tradition of waiting all day outside a concert venue to attend the concert.
Whenever Casey Donahew comes to town, there’s sure to be a crowd. This Thursday night should prove to be no exception as the Burleson, Texas native and his band plan to take over The Lucky Mule Saloon.
Shortly after the Supreme Court announced their ruling on “Obamacare”, the controversial healthcare bill that will make it mandatory for all Americans to have healthcare insurance and expand Medicaid benefits, we asked you if you agreed with the decision. The results were as close as the 5-4 Supreme Court verdict on the case.
It’s summer, and the concert circuit has kicked into high gear. It seems like everybody and their brother is on tour, and I love it. It seems like there’s at least one great concert within driving distance to choose from every night. Summer concerts make me think of the best shows I’ve ever seen. It also makes me think of the hours spent waiting in line to get into a venue to buy tickets and see these concerts.
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