If you watched NBC's 'The Voice' last night (6/11) you are well aware of the three performers that are going into the finals. If it's still on your 'to watch' list, then stop right here, because I will be talking about the finalists below the break. I'd like to know if you noticed what I caught last night.
Today's round of 'Guess The Album Cover' comes from 1981. This group was considered progressive rock (for it's time) and one of the first of the so called 'super groups.' Out of the 13 albums that have been released, so far (their 14th, 'Valkyrie' will be released later this year), seven have started and ended with the letter 'A' and were one word titles.
As you have noticed, we have been having some power issues as of late and our signal can get spotty in some areas. Believe me, I feel your frustration. What we thought would have been a minor issue has turned into a much bigger one. We ordered parts to fix the issue and after they arrived and work began we realized that there was even more things that needed repair. We are hoping that, at the latest, we should be back and running at full steam by the end of this month (June 30).
As you know, my favorite group in the world is Huey Lewis & The News. The first time I saw them in concert was when they were the opening act for Loverboy in 1981. I've seen them over a dozen plus times through the years. The most recent was last summer (2012) at Sandia Resort & Casino in Albuquerque.
I've fallen into the 'app trap.' It started with Farmtown on Facebook, followed by Bejeweled, Smurf Village then Candy Crush. But, my new favorite app takes me to an island to help John Hammond in rebuilding Jurassic Park (start theme music here).
Awhile back Lori had wrote about one of her big pet peeves and, I have to admit, it's one of mine too. But, over the past few weeks a new peeve has risen to 'the top of the charts, so to speak, for me.
Every year we set up camp at BSA for our Children's Miracle Network Celebration. It's two days that we devote to helping those Miracle Kiddos here in the Panhandle. Over the years we have met many families and heard many stories. Some inspiring, some heartbreaking and some that are ongoing. Three or so years ago, I met one of those kiddos that has become one of my best buddies.
Most people know of Maine because of writer Stephen King. But we do have some other famous people who came from my home state.
I was watching 'Criminal Minds' last night and one of the actresses looked familiar – just like one of the people on one of the other shows I watch – 'Continuum.' I looked her up, and found out she's from Maine! It got me thinking, who else is from Maine? Check out my list!
I would consider myself a pretty hardcore Trekkie. When living in California, I had the opportunity to visit the Deep Space 9 stages on the Paramount lot and also was able to attend the premiere of Star Trek: First Contact at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
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