There something passive about it. No one has to respond. But when people do come forward, it creates a feeling of being supported (which can be especially comforting when friends and family live far away). There a lot of green space. You have places like Twistee Treat that is shaped like an ice cream cone. It almost comical.
The band’s record Win, Lose Or Draw, recorded in 1975 after a couple years apart following the release and subsequent tours for Gregg and Dickey’s debut solo albums and is highlighted here with the moving title track, their inspired rendition of Muddy Waters’ “Can’t Lose What You Never Had” and the rollicking instrumental, “High Falls.” As a result of fractures in the band, they disbanded after the album’s tour and remained apart for four years. Eventually overtures were made and after an impromptu performance together made them yearn to be together again, the original members Butch, Dickey, Jaimoe and Gregg decamped to the studio and recorded 1979’s Enlightened Rogues. Included here are standouts “Crazy Love,” “Can’t Take It With You,” “” and a live version of Gregg’s autobiographical “Just Ain’t Easy.” The end of the decade would also mark the end of their time with Capricorn, as a result of the label going bankrupt, and a new label home with Clive Davis’ Arista Records, which they signed to in 1980.
An unnamed woman recently called her boss to say she was having car troubles probably to explain why she was running late for work. As an added measure, she also sent her boss a photograph of her car’s flat tyre. However, a detail in her pic which shows a nail stuck in the tyre gave away her white lie and left most people convinced that she wasn’t facing car troubles.
Lamon? Would Lamon have been inclined to cut his hair that short before he served as the Chief Marshal at the Gettysburg Soldier’s Cemetery dedication event? Was Lamon clean shaven or sporting a goatee in November 1863? Part of the difficulty in making any conclusive identification of the possible Lamon figure is that there are not, to my knowledge, any dated photos of him from 1863, let alone in the fall of 1863, to use as a basis of comparison. Lamon, but it is more likely that he is one of Lincoln’s personal assistants John Nicolay given where he is seated. Whether or not Ward H.
Perhaps because the heroine is so vague, the show opens with its villain. Signature stalwart Donna Migliaccio plays Danielle Espere essentially Cruella de Vil reimagined as a kingmaking record producer. A video prologue informs us that as a child Espere murdered her sister and harvested her musical talent in the form of a glowing green liquid (you might call this the Midichlorian Theory of talent transfer).