After 28 years of unattached sex with Shannon and all the women he could have it is really over? Damn Gene, seems like only yesterday you were boasting about the four thousand plus girls you have bedded down. Oh wait, it was only yesterday… my bad. Congratulation, You Got the Girl! I included a couple photos of the happy couple below!! ;-0 ) So folks, who is “settling”?
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HENDERSON, Ky. — Because of the free concert featuring country star Martina McBride that Independence Bank is hosting at its new location at Center and Green streets, a portion of Green Street will be closed for much of this Saturday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has issued a permit allowing the closure.
Green Street will be closed from Washington to Second streets at 2 p.m. Saturday. It will reopen at 10 p.m.
All through traffic on U.S. 60 and U.S. 41-Alternate should detour using the Pennyrile Parkway and the Kentucky 425/South Bypass.
Local passenger vehicle traffic should avoid this area and detour using other routes such as Main Street.
Truck traffic should detour using state routes such as the U.S. 41-Bypass, Pennyrile Parkway, Kentucky 425/South Bypass, Kentucky 136/Sand Lane or Second Street/Kentucky 351.
The Transportation Cabinet urged motorists to use particular caution near the concert site because of greatly increased pedestrian traffic that day. Estimates of Saturday night’s crowd ranges from 10,000 to 20,000 people.
The concert, which will also feature country singer Jack Ingram, will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday.
The stage will be set up in the parking lot in front of the bank building’s clock tower, facing north.
Independence Bank customers will be allowed seating in a fenced-off VIP area on the bank’s parking on the Center Street side of the building; on a half-block of Green Street near Center Street; and on Center Street near the bank. Special event ID cards will be required for admittance to those areas, which bank customers can received at any Independence Bank location.
Attendees are urged to bring bag chairs for seating.
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ART ALA CARTE
Friday Noon Concert Series
Campbell Plaza-Salina Public Library
Š Lydia Lowe 9/23/2011
CARTER GREEN . . .This concert was part of the autumn art ala carte
series.It was the fourth concert. The third concert featured Joseph Vincelli.
This was a very entertaining lunch break. I really enjoy Zydeco music
and especially if it is mixed in with other types of music. So this mix of
Zydeco and Cajun influences was really something. Carter played the
guitar and fiddle. He sang in French and Cajun, and English, of course. He
explained about the customs of the Louisana Cajuns. He also explained
about the groups name and how a “mudbug” in Cajun territory is also known as a
crawfish. Not only did I get to hear some great music but I learned
about the culture of the Cajuns in the Deep South.
All in all it was a wonderful break from work during the lunch hour. I
really enjoyed the show. The MudBugs as a group are playing on Saturday
for the Smoky Hill Museum’s Street Fair. The entire band will be there with
their complete Zydeco band. This event is not to be missed! The Street
Fair is always a blast and hearing the MudBugs band will be a big plus.
The lunch break concert was not without its memorable moment. On the
last song, Carter had just begun to play when his guitar string broke. He
laughed it off and said “Well, I guess we’re done”.
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