Dossett wrote the song in a day, and two days later was already assembling a group of other musicians to start recording and fi lming. Just over a week later the “Vote Against Amendment One” video was released and became an instant success.
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33 musicians’ exchange
10 Possibly the most important reason to show up for this primary is a proposed amendment to the STATE CONSTITUTION that would make marriage between a man and a woman “the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.”
25 We’ve seen it before with the GREENSBORO AQUATIC CENTER, which went from concept to fruition in less time than it takes to make a baby and hear its first words.
arts, entertainment & dining
28 The novel lends its name to another kind of conscious exploration: the space between jazz and metal that’s probed in Greensboro fusion outfit TRIOSCAPES’ rock solid debut Separate Realities.
35 Although clearly aimed at small fry, grown-ups will enjoy the background bits of BUSINESS AND NON SEQUITURS, many of which are just as amusing as what’s going on in the foreground.
38 So while Scheer works on a restoration grant for the two-building space and MURAL PAINTERS from Miami eat lunch in the kitchen and staff and volunteers hustle various exhibits and pieces from one space to another, I sit down among the stacks in the library and start looking at the spines of the books.
41 In the musical, Ken Ashford stars as the slave, Pseudolus, who tries to gain his freedom by helping his master win the hand of the beautiful, but slowwitted courtesan, Philia (Gracey Falk). Pirolo added that although the show isn’t considered lewd, it does have some RACY MOMENTS and isn’t suggested for children younger than middle-school age.
43 The meat is immediately identifiable as chicken. The dish has a mild and SWEET FLAVOR, unique, and it doesn’t taste like every other Chinese dish I’ve ever eaten.
crashing the gate
54 This was almost 20 years ago, before male pattern baldness introduced itself into my life and became too pronounced to ignore. I wore my HAIR IN A LONG MANE that reached down to the middle of my back.