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Dallas Motorcycle Scene: March 15

Check-in was quick and almost painless. although the night clerk tried to charge my CC after i told him I was paying cash. I also asked him to file a CC for phone calls and room service and such. I was then told I couldn’t make a toll call to my daughter because I had paid in cash. Annoying to say the least. I also paid for my brother’s room as he had not yet arrived. When he did arrive, I was wandering around downtown Dallas. Scott had no problem getting his key whatsoever.

Even though you are on a motorcycle, plan on getting there at least by 10a as the parade begins promptly at 11a. People start arriving at dawn to secure the best parking spaces for their tailgate parties.

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.

In addition to the audio visual presentations, there are dozens of interactive kiosks, photographs and other artifacts. The items on display run from the serious (the handcuffs Lee Harvey Oswald was wearing when he was shot by Jack Ruby in the basement of the Dallas Police HQ) to the kitchy (the specially commissioned Stetson hat worn by JR Ewing on the tv series “Dallas”), but almost all of them are interesting. Did you know that Slurpees, ATMs, the frozen margarita and Doritos were all invented in Dallas?

Golf accessories. Although women also play golf but when it comes to the promotion of products you can use these products effectively for men. These can be golf balls, tees and golf gloves. Every time that they are out of the field they would be reminded of your business.

Shenandoah: This probably originated as a river shanty in the original 1800s. It was popular first among sailors, and then spread from there, up and down the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. We don’t know for sure what it’s original meaning was. Some say it was about a traveling man in love with an Indian chiefs daughter, telling the chief he intends to take her with him to the west. Others interpret it as a pioneer’s longing for his home in the Shenandoah River Valley of Virginia. Whatever it’s original intent, it has a beautiful melody. Around a camp fire, it can be an effective song, if you want a subdued, soft mood. Otherwise, you probably should sing something else.

If you carry a wallet, consider investing in a money clip. Transfer any credit cards you may need, your I.D., and some small bills to a money clip and keep them in your front pocket. Money clips are often less discernible than a wallet. Plus, only taking what you need minimizes your chance at losing everything should you be robbed.

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With places throughout the city, there are a wide variety of Dallas lofts. Most of them are located in urban areas and tend to be a very short range from well-known restaurants, cafes, and music locations. This makes the Dallas lofts very popular with younger people, but there’s also many business types who live in these lofts. A lot of the workers of the major Dallas, TX businesses choose to live close to work in the Dallas lofts.

Two sets of washers and dryers are available for guest use. Washers were small but adequate, at .00 each per load. They also have a vending machine if you need to purchase soap.

Deep inside Jesus always knew what he was to do but being a young child he never thought about it much. Now that he was growing up he found the future worrisome and somewhat frightening. Jesus knew that a lot was riding on him and that he had a heavy load to tow. Sometimes Joseph would find him alone in a corner of the shop, playing quietly, fashioning little crosses out of scrap wood.

Jesus was a good kid, a little on the quiet side but cheerful, helpful and full of love. He and his Dad were a team. They treated his mother, Mary, like a queen. The two of them would even help clean up after meals and assist with the housework when they could.

The Location of Days Inn Market Center is great. On the edge of downtown Dallas, Approx. 2 minutes from the West End and traveling man, and practically across the street from Medieval Times Dinner Theatre. It is located right off of I-35, so all area attractions are easy to get to. There is also a train nearby which you would think would get annoying, but didn’t.

They begin shooting soon after she’s outfitted and her make up applied by her own fashion team. The model steps in front of the box lights and onto a very large sheet of white paper hanging from the ceiling – she starts her poses for the camera.

The young Rabbi Moshe Vek was a friend of the family. It was he who told Jesus that he was reaching the age of reason and that now was the time to start thinking of becoming a man and to make plans for the future. Would he be a carpenter like his Dad, a priest at the temple like the Rabbi or travel an entirely different path?

If you want a delicious home-cooked meal, you can always go to the AllGood Cafe on 2934 Main St. They’re open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday and from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Sunday and Monday. They have regular no cover days each month. They serve up live music on the weekends from a wide variety of artists like Idgy Vaughn, Michael Fracasso and Rod Russell Ides.

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Even though you are on a motorcycle, plan on getting there at least by 10a as the parade begins promptly at 11a. People start arriving at dawn to secure the best parking spaces for their tailgate parties.

Check back in on this column over the next two days for more information about these festivals, the line-up of plays, and ticket pricing. In this tough economic time, it may be easier to dismiss attending the theater to pinch pennies. I encourage you to think outside of your financial box and patronize these festivals, which are both offering a diversity of theater experiences which are sure to entertain, educate, and delight even the most conservative of theater expectations.

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!

The Sons of Hermann Hall, located at 3414 Elm Street is a cash only, smoke-free (except for the bar), family, all-ages venue. Swing Dance lessons run from 8:00 pm to midnight. Electric Campfire Jam is on Thursday nights from 7:00 pm to midnight. Some shows are 21 and over only, and there is a bar downstairs. However, The Sons of Herman Hall is not an actual bar but rather a private lodge.

If you carry a wallet, consider investing in a money clip. Transfer any credit cards you may need, your I.D., and some small bills to a money clip and keep them in your front pocket. Money clips are often less discernible than a wallet. Plus, only taking what you need minimizes your chance at losing everything should you be robbed.

Born on October 21st, 1986, Frankie Campagna, Jr. spent the major part of his life in the traveling man area. He graduated from Booker T.Washington High School For The Visual & Performing Arts. When not occupied by his band, Campagna spent time behind the bar at the Amsterdam in Exposition Park, and previously at Club Dada, where at both of these “day jobs” he was well-loved by all.

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.