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Sheriff's Office investigates rash of South Walton burglaries The Sheriff's Office received numerous reports Wednesday morning of car burglaries on Dogwood Street in Seagrove Beach, according to a news release from the Sheriff's Office. Several unsecured vehicles were burglarized, and the among items stolen were [...]
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WCSO Searching for Burglary Suspects Wednesday morning, October 3, 2018 WCSO received numerous reports of car burglaries on Dogwood Street in Seagrove, resulting in a Glock 42 being stolen among other valuables including sunglasses and cash. In addition, it is believed the three subjects [...]
José Andrés Shares Where to Go for Conch in the Caribbean T+L Culinary Journeys: It's the stuff of vacation legend: that relaxed, authentic shack serving fantastic local seafood. Maggie McKenzie, still in sunglasses, his long dreadlocks gathered on his back, donned a green apron and set to work making [...]
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Ed Goldman: Is Old Sac's new “Come Find It” tagline a tad ironic? But then we have contemporary shops such as Boss Vapor Co., A Million Sunglasses and Sock City. I just don't picture a couple of 1800s prospectors riding into the city on a Saturday night in quest of sunglasses or socks. the waterfront in Old [...]
The Legendary Shack Shakers (originally Those or Th' ) are an American punk blues band. They are inspired by punk, Delta blues, rockabilly, Texas polka, gothic rock, and other traditional Southern music genres, formed in Paducah, Kentucky in the mid-1990s. The band originally had a more traditional rockabilly sound, but later moved away from this and now relies more on its rock and hillbilly influences. Founding member Col. J.D. Wilkes is the band's vocalist and also plays the harmonica. Musical maverick JoeBuck joined the band in the early 21st Century and played all the upright bass, guitars, and drums on the group's 2003 release, Cockadoodledon't. Wilkes is noted for his wild stage antics, which have been compared to those of Iggy Pop, David Byrne, and Jerry Lee Lewis. JoeBuck left...
@Red_Buzzard I hear once in the blue shack, don't go behind the guy in the sunglasses
RT @CGHSblack_gold: Stop at the Snack Shack tonight for some fab fan gear! What could be better than glowing gold sunglasses to show your…
In particular, I was noting how design now dominates everything that we buy and use. It wasn’t that long ago that we Brits would troop along to C&A – the clothes retailer that used to be on most high streets – to buy our ski gear in the most luminous shades possible. we would turn up at the ski resort on a pretty non-descript coach. go to the local shack and hire some non-descript planks of wood and plain boots, and traipse off to the piste. Ski suits are changed. on an annual basis, with the latest designs, colours and fabrics. Skis and boots are equally the latest available, with fancy names, numbers and attachments.
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I am a Bangalorean interested and passionate about everyday life and small things that come in it like food, fun, travel, fashion, style and beauty. I love making videos (for my youtube channel) but I love writing even more so I can express my thoughts in depth. Love you munchkins <3 The drive to this beach is simply the best. Kudos to the Goan government for there was not a single pothole throughout the long winding road that lead to the mouth of the beach. What is refreshing too is that you will find old Portuguese style homes and coconut trees on either side of the road. The shack was beach facing and very basic.
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BRICK, NJ — LA Fitness will be coming to Brick Plaza, as part of development plans for the shopping center that were approved Wednesday night by the Brick Township Planning Board.The plans approved will continue an overhaul of the shopping center that has been a focal point in the township for decades and that has changed and grown as the township has grown. The most recent changes have included the renovation of the portion of the shopping center that faces Chambersbridge Road, with a new...
The BAU heads to Ramona, California to investigate a series of backyard pool homicides in this episode of Criminal Minds. But what do they make of the accompanying thefts, especially when the UnSub is taking costume jewelry, bowling trophies and cheap coins? "Submerged" also features Lou Diamond Phillips guest starring as the local sheriff, and I have to admit, I did wonder if he'd get enough material playing local law enforcement rather than, say, the UnSub. Sheriff Clifford does have a...
8.25.0610:05 AM EST By consumerist.comreaderscomplaintsdmvsunglass hutWhy does Radio Shack need your phone number to sell you a pair of batteries? It’s unknowable. Or, actually, it isn’t — they’re data-mining you so they can sell it to third-parties or put together marketing statistics. Similarly, why does Sunglass Hut need your date of birth, your complete medical history, your complete criminal record and any other details they can dream up just to sell you a pair of Ray Bans? Moreover,...