Make no mistake about it, the state of Texas is a melting pot for music of the world. The Lone Star State is home to some of the greatest music of all genres. From country and western swing music, to blues, rock and heavy metal. From tejano to americana, even hip hop and rap, Texas welcomes it all with open arms. Texas has a rich music history that is discussed in college classrooms, saloons and dancehalls.
Got a sweet ride you want to show off? Or, do you just like to look at them? You can this weekend, and it goes to help out a great cause. The Big Country Car Club and the Muscular Dystrophy Association will present their annual Muscle 4 Muscles fundraiser this Saturday, June 16th.
When I was born, society hadn’t even dreamed about how important computers would be in our everyday lives. But in less than twenty years, they have become something that most of us can’t live without. At the sa
Everyone has little things that get on their nerves. Maybe it drives you nuts when people pop their gum, or crack their knuckles, or when people say “I know, right?”. Or maybe nails on a chalkboard are, well, like nails on a chalkboard. I’m talking about pet peeves. When those (usually) harmless, minor habits that people have annoy you to a greater degree than it probably should.
This week, we asked you if you think Timothy Poe should be kicked off the NBC television show “America’s Got Talent”. Poe was the contestant who strolled out onto the AGT audition stage, and told the judges an incredible story about how he was injured in military action in Afghanistan back in 2009, developed a stutter as a result of his injury, and that he took up singing as a form of therapy. He also submitte
I’ve been told my entire life that everyone has a special talent, and I believe it to be fact. We see a lot of people these days showing off their talents on television shows like “America’s Got Talent” all the time. But if you have a talent like mine, you know what it’s like for your special talent to be forgotten, found to be useless, or we just get too embarrassed to share.
We recently asked you what the appropriate is age for a kid to have a Facebook profile. We got some great answers, and a lot of strong opinions about what is best for our children. In the end, nearly half of Abilene agrees with Facebook, and 13 is a good age for a child to have a profile on the social network site.
There’s a study that shows women are 37% more likely to go to a psychiatrist than men. This statement alone leaves a lot to wonder. Personally, I wonder why this is the case. There are several logical reasons, and I’d like to have your help sorting this out.
June is National Potty Training Awareness Month. I am intrigued by the fact that there is a month dedicated to sharing information on how to make the process from diaper to toilet as easy and painless to everyone involved in the process.
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