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  • Carpenters In The Forehead/ Breaking News South Of The Border | The Appalachian Independent
    out like a sore thumb and blow his undercover cover a new disguise was deemed necessary One that would be guaranteed to not draw any attention to the snooping that was about to be undertaken Directions that we were given by our Deep Throat were simple and concise Cross the bridge into Quepos and after going about 50 meters look directly to your left and you will see an unassuming shop that advertises stogies The proprietor will know what you are looking for when you mention the code word cigarro apestoso Sure enough our source was right on target and we went into the store with bated breath Within a short time I fully understood why my companion had been selected for this assignment to ferret out this highly valued piece of American political memorabilia He brought with him no scientific apparatus to do DNA testing The only equipment that he carried was that with which he was born his obviously highly developed sense of scent Our Gringo s response was one of certainty this was the real deal His proboscis having been prepped with the aroma of a certain portion of a blue dress prior to leaving the States was unwavering in his assessment With absolute certainty there is no question whatsoever in my cerebral hemisphere s olfactory lobe This is the selfsame object of Bill Monica s delight from many years ago Some things just never lose their pungent fragrance and once the fine tobacco is ensconced in its premium binder and outer wrapping all odors that seep into the long filler leaves will be intact for essesntially time immomorial The most exquisite We ll leave that for others to judge Case solved in record time Cigar was purchased for a nominal fee and this national treasure was carefully stowed into our Gringo s carry on bag en route for delivery to a source unknown And one final note of irony that goes along with the cigar part of the outer wrapping reads Made in Cuba Last Updated on Wednesday 17 October 2012 08 49 Comments 1 Michael Kors outlet been snubbed daga Friday 19 October 2012 03 04 Industry despite the fact that total did not reduce nevertheless the companies increase the diversion linked to the primary customer 7 infant baby wolves responsible bluntly 7 infant baby wolves to be able to 4 000 stores via moncler jackets outlet 400 stores open spyder kids snowboarding suits buy together with 6 since the sports activities store open via 2000 to be able to 7 000 stores plus it simply needed couple of years Too short a period of time gather lots of property in the deadly in addition to shops it takes time to soak up In how moving gemstones end up being the clothing organization important Barney stakeholders subjected institutional investors the initial 1 or two of the period boosts the real share digestion of food is not simple inexpensive concentrate on spyder ski jackets while using

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  • Gallery Talk and Walk for Allegany National Photography Competition and Exhibition | The Appalachian Independent
    photographic works of the exhibition is a free event and open to the public Robert Hein originally from Indianapolis has been teaching photography at Frostburg State University since 2007 He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati and since 1997 has been keeping an ongoing record of national and international exhibit entries as well as solo shows He has a solo show coming up at

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  • Arts and Leisure | The Appalachian Independent
    will present a reading from his latest book Winterfell on Saturday April 9 at 3 p m at Mountain City Traditional Arts 25 E Main St in Frostburg The reading is free and open to the public hosted by MCTA and Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts Davis teaches environmental studies creative writing and American literature at Pennsylvania State University s Altoona College He is also a fellow of the Black Earth Institute a community of artists and scholars seeking to create a more ethical world His environmental expertise influences his poetry which explores the delicate intersection between the essence of the natural world and the FSU to Celebrate Musical Talent With Honors Recital Arts and Leisure Arts and Leisure Written by FSU News and Media Services Sunday 03 April 2016 09 13 Frostburg State University s Department of Music will showcase stand out student performers in an Honors Recital on Saturday April 16 at 7 30 p m in the Pealer Recital Hall of FSU s Performing Arts Center This event is free and open to the public The Honors Recital will feature group performances by the FSU Vocal Jazz Ensemble directed by Dr James M Reddan and the FSU String Ensemble directed by Lu Liu as well as performances by a number of individual students The program will feature Christian Dohler Rodas on flute performing Eugene Bozza s Image pour flute seule Pianist Michael Lundien will perform Oliver Messiaen s First Communion of the Virgin Mary and violinist Wesley Manson will play Georg Philipp Telemann s Fantasia in FSU Lecturer to Speak on How Hip Hop is Using Social Media to Change Music Industry Arts and Leisure Arts and Leisure Written by FSU News and Media Services Friday 25 March 2016 08 12 How have hip hop

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  • “Surf” the Theme of FSU’s Spring Opera Theatre Performance | The Appalachian Independent
    you will be tempted to switch the channel from your favorite opera to sample other genres of music such as musical theater songs operetta duos and trios and maybe a rap or two Opera students include sopranos Cheranjana Thuyacontha Mare Romero Hannah Miller and Niki Elliott mezzo sopranos Sakkara Turner and Pateley Bongiorni tenor David Cook and baritone Anthony Dyson Dr Jay DeWire will accompany the group For more information

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  • Award-Winning Poet Todd Davis to Read at Mountain City Traditional Arts | The Appalachian Independent
    at Pennsylvania State University s Altoona College He is also a fellow of the Black Earth Institute a community of artists and scholars seeking to create a more ethical world His environmental expertise influences his poetry which explores the delicate intersection between the essence of the natural world and the nature of humanity His full length poetry collections include In the Kingdom of the Ditch The Least of These Some Heaven Ripe and Winterkill He also edited the nonfiction collection Fast Break to Line Break Poets on the Art of Basketball and co edited Making Poems Forty Poems With Commentary by the Poets He is a winner of the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize and the Chautauqua Editors Prize More than 300 of Davis poems have been published in literary journals and magazines and his work has been read by Garrison Keillor during The Writer s Almanac on National Public Radio Davis often writes of the natural beauty he finds in the wooded wild grounds surrounding his rural Pennsylvania home wondering about how he can get others to care about them to fall in love with them to maybe want to save this ground for what it is not what it was in some mythic pastoral past Dedicated to the education sales documentation and perpetuation of the traditional arts in the mountain region Mountain City Traditional Arts is a program of FSU with support from FrostburgFirst the Allegany Arts Council and the Maryland Traditions Program of the State Arts Council For additional information email This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 301 687 8040 FSU is committed to making all of its programs services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities To request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office call

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  • Award-Winning Poet Todd Davis to Read at Mountain City Traditional Arts | The Appalachian Independent
    Black Earth Institute a community of artists and scholars seeking to create a more ethical world His environmental expertise influences his poetry which explores the delicate intersection between the essence of the natural world and the nature of humanity His full length poetry collections include In the Kingdom of the Ditch The Least of These Some Heaven Ripe and Winterkill He also edited the nonfiction collection Fast Break to Line Break Poets on the Art of Basketball and co edited Making Poems Forty Poems With Commentary by the Poets He is a winner of the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize and the Chautauqua Editors Prize More than 300 of Davis poems have been published in literary journals and magazines and his work has been read by Garrison Keillor during The Writer s Almanac on National Public Radio Davis often writes of the natural beauty he finds in the wooded wild grounds surrounding his rural Pennsylvania home wondering about how he can get others to care about them to fall in love with them to maybe want to save this ground for what it is not what it was in some mythic pastoral past Dedicated to the education sales documentation and perpetuation

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  • The Appalachian Independent | The Appalachian Independent
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