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The Bone, located at 2724 Elm St. offers open mic night and karaoke on a regular basis. Happy Hour is Wednesday through Saturday until 8:00 pm and features two dollar drinks. The have live music from Texas artists like 40 Mile Road, Recyclers and Texas Slim & the Love Machine.

There are many things the city of Dallas may be known for, including big hair, plastic surgery (“yeah, we are KING/QUEEN here!”). even bigger personalities, oil tycoons, and J.R. Ewing, but in the spirit of marketing and TV mogul Oprah Winfrey, this one thing I know is true: the Dallas area ROCKS when it comes to play festivals!

Its interesting to watch him work his magic out of one of his studio choices in traveling man – frequently he uses The Red Carpet a plush environment with inventive technology located in the arts gallery district near Downtown Dallas.

Longhorn Harley-Davidson will be holding a St. Patrick’s Day party but it will be held next Saturday – March 24 – and more details will be posted on it next week.

As a baby cries in the midnight hour, somebody neglects to answer. Momma, dada he yearns for his mother and father. As the night prolong, his cry gets longer. Once a man and twice a child. The older you get, the child is reveald. Yet his faith is sealed. When you were young, did you respond? When the cry was there, did you hear? What goes around comes around; it was the cry from the baby’s lounge. Once again that distinguished sound, yes, it did come around.

California Girls Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love. The Beach Boys released it in 1965. It features contrasting verse-chorus form. It is part of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s top 500 songs that shaped Rock and roll.

Let the sun Shine Forever: This song is not American at all, but Russian. It is very simple, with only 4 lines repeated over and over. When I have done it with children, I like to teach the Russian lyrics. The first 5 syllables of each line are exactly the same: Pust seg da bud yet, pronounced Poost seg dah bood yet. The last word of each line is as follows: 1)Son se, 2)Nye be, 3)Ma ma, 4) bood oh yah. On the fourth line replace bood yet with bood oh. I hope this makes sense to you. I have heard this song done both fast and slow. I have also heard the melody used in a beautiful choral piece by Z. Randall Stroope. The piece is called Inscription of Hope. It’s about the hope that helped many survive during the holocaust. Around a campfire, I would do the upbeat, fast version.

Speaking of local beers, Four Corners will be in the spotlight at venues all around the Metroplex this week. Catch them Monday night during Brew School at the Oak St. Drafthouse, Wednesday or Thursday at the Ginger Man (Plano and Southlake locations, respectively), and Saturday at the brewery during their Local Flavor Showcase. Then, be sure to stop by their booth at Untapped, where they’ll be pouring Super Bee (a saison) for the very first time.

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Have you ever followed someone who had a never-ending story, always something or another, just to keep you in his or her inner circle. They say things like, we would do this and we could do that, just like the white lines on the road, on and on and on – non-stop, leading to nowhere. Yet, you keep on following them and wondering where is the punch line. You keep looking ahead to the finish line, but it’s not in sight. If you keep following and listening to someone like that, you will never see the end. Just like the white line in the road.

If you like country music, Adair’s Saloon is the place to go. Located on 2624 Commerce St., Adair’s Saloon offers burgers, beer, and jukebox country, and features new and local country musicians every night. The walls are adorned with graffiti and you are encouraged to add your own mark. Adair’s Saloon is open from 2:00 pm to 12:00 am on Monday, 11:00 am to 2:00 am Tuesday through Saturday, and from 12:00 noon to 2:00 am on Sunday.

End of the World This 1962 pop hit by Skeeter Davis was an international success. It went to #2 on Billboards Hot 100, #2 on Billboards Country Singles, #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. It even went to #4 on the R & B chart, making Ms Davis one of the very few caucasian female vocalists to enjoy a top ten on this chart.

We have a nice, icy cold beer and some lunch. By now the crowd at the Spoke is growing even bigger. Bikes are now parking across the street to get into the Spoke. We look at the time of day (remember I started in Central Vermont at 10:30 am) and it well past 2:00 in the afternoon. My “brother” and I like to ride relaxed and under no pressure. This is the most relaxing and gratifying way for us to ride. We decide to start back without ever actually entering the Laconia, Weirs Beach area!

For nearly a decade, Frankie was the frontman for the popular greaser, punk band, Spector 45. This band was voted Best Punk Act in the Dallas Observer Music Awards in both 2009 and 2010. Spector 45 headlined The Bone’s New Year’s Eve celebration. No one would have dreamed that this would be this talented young man’s last performance.

In unrelated pet news, March 20 traveling man in Dallas will have their First Annual Pup Crawl at 1:30 p.m. for a cost of for one person and one dog. Registration is at the traveling man Bark Park, corner of good Latimer and Commerce Street then you can venture through various dog-friendly venues. The event ends at 6:30 p.m. and all proceeds benefit renovations to the park.

A wide variety of gifts is available for everyone to include on their Christmas shopping list. How would your dad like a new gadget to play with? A wide variety of fun and useful gadgets are today available and sure to please any man. Some gadgets, such as a rechargeable spotlight make sure your dad is never caught working outside in the dark again. For something that will see everyday use, an electronic tie organiser can neatly keep all of his ties in order, revolving for easy access. It even lights up!

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To expedite the trip to Laconia I opt to proceed down Interstate 93 to New Hampton. This is again another great road in New Hampshire, but it is an interstate. I generally do not like to ride the interstate as it is faster than prefer to ride. We make Laconia in record time and we are parking “Baby” by 9:45 am!

The Common Table, Dallas – 6 p.m. – Pour Man’s Beer Dinner featuring a flight of four beers paired with four courses for just (check out the menu here).

We proceeded East on VT. route 302 to route 25. We continued on VT. route 25 and crossed into New hampshire into the town of Piermont. From here i decided to travel NH. Route 25C, through Warren (take a look at the missile!) and then back to route 25 to Plymouth. We then went on route 135 through Ashland and continued to New Hampton. All the travel thus far has been excellent scenery and only one pretty bumpy road. If you can, try to avoid Nh. Route 25C as this is like a goat path for a motorcycle. Thank goodness for my comfortable riding gear and the comfort of my custom seat.

Clubs in and around traveling man aren’t doing nearly as well as they have in the past and those who are regulars are very aware of this. Many venues have had to close down. It’s a bit devastating, but if you’re not out supporting these places then you can’t really complain. The Church has been alive and kicking around Dallas since 1994. The building was first erected as a trolley car repair station in 1899 and since has housed some of the best musical acts and DJs from around the world. It could be considered a haven for freethinking and outgoing individuals who aren’t afraid to be themselves.

All 3 elevators broke down during my 6 night stay. I was not offered any kind of compensation after having to walk up and down 9 flights. The staff is friendly but not real customer service oriented. they just kind of shrugged and smiled when guests complained. Perhaps I should have shrugged and smiled when it came time to pay.

The museum tells the history of Dallas from the days of the woolly mammoths, to the Kennedy assassination and beyond. When you first enter the Old Red Museum, the first thing you see the is the famous neon Pegasus that used to fly over a Mobil station just east of downtown Dallas. In addition, the first floor houses a well appointed gift shop with a notably helpful staff.

Longhorn Harley-Davidson will be holding a St. Patrick’s Day party but it will be held next Saturday – March 24 – and more details will be posted on it next week.

In other pet news, The Scavenger has issued a stolen puppy alert and a 0 reward is being offered by the San Francisco, CA SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) for the return of the sick canine that was stolen last night from the facility.

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EnerG iPhone Case: If he doesn’t have an iPhone, then you may have to add one of those to his gift list, but if he does, he will probably break into tears when he opens this great gadget. The EnerG iPhone case contains a built-in lithium battery that extends the time between iPhone recharges by up to 13 hours. This gives him plenty of battery life to watch movies in flight, use Google maps to find his way around Florence or London or talk to you on the phone while he’s traveling.

Downtown Dallas, is a second tremendously desired location for Dallas lofts. This region is held in high regards by its citizens. The Winspear Opera House, Dallas Chop House, and the main street Garden are some of the most famous areas in Downtown Dallas. One of the most distinctive Dallas lofts is the Davis Building. It’s an old bank which was later converted into the lofts of today. It is located on Main Street inside the downtown area and includes some amazing features including Terrazzo floors, outstanding skyline sights, and large oval bathtubs.

World of Beer, Arlington – 5 p.m. – Glass Giveaway and Randall Night featuring Rahr & Sons. Get free glassware with your purchase of Bucking Bock, or try Ugly Pug randallized with habanero peppers.

Have you ever followed someone who had a never-ending story, always something or another, just to keep you in his or her inner circle. They say things like, we would do this and we could do that, just like the white lines on the road, on and on and on – non-stop, leading to nowhere. Yet, you keep on following them and wondering where is the punch line. You keep looking ahead to the finish line, but it’s not in sight. If you keep following and listening to someone like that, you will never see the end. Just like the white line in the road.

Green space gets pushed out and middle class housing is disappearing faster than the middle class in the us. Does anyone doubt that corporate America can dictate our lives as much or more so than our government? They do it everyday, ironically much of the public is oblivious to that muscle but when a government project is aimed to cater to those lower income voters, we hear the “Socialism” chant resonating throughout the countryside. A remedy seems fairly apparent to me, why should local government supply funding and hold the hands of big development? It seems to me it is past time to rid the big boys of their training wheels and make them obtain their lots “one at a time” just like the rest of us!

For the father who truly has it all, think about some fine stainless steel jewellery. How about giving him a simple, enduring bracelet or a tribal pendant? A cuff bangle, bullet pendant, and some cufflinks can also give a man that distinguished look. If you’re feeling especially generous, one great option is a silver gift set that includes cufflinks, a tie bar and a money clip.

I haven’t found a lot of advice on this subject. However, a true experience I read on the internet was quite insightful. A young traveling man accidentally put diesel into his vehicle. Because his blunder resulted in a low ratio of diesel to regular gasoline, he filled his tank with regular gasoline and other additional treatments. He drove away and saved his engine. If there had been too much diesel in the tank though he would not have been able to do that. You can read his story at the following blog.

Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, knows a good party when he sees one. For the 2012 edition of the Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the organizers were finding their coffers rather bare so Cuban stepped up to the plate with a generous ,000 donation to keep the floats rolling (usually at least 100 floats).

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