On Sunday night, I had a moment where I actually thought I was an old man. As I sat watching the Billboard Music Awards, I remember mumbling multiple old man phrases to myself. Things like, "This music is garbage," "Does anyone really like this?" and "They're clearly lip syncing their performance."
Quickly after the Billboard Music Awards ended, I came to the conclusion that I'm not an old man, new music just really is that bad. I ended up having a heated argument with a few people about what generation had the best music. I made a case for the '60s, but I want you to tell me which decade had the best music.
The 2013 Run For the Wall came through Missouri yesterday (May 20). About 500 bikers made a pit stop in Concordia. The mission of these riders is to promote healing among all veterans and their family and friends and to call for an accounting of all Prisoners of War and those Missing In Action. In addition, the motorcycle ride is to honor the memory of those Killed in Action from all wars and to show support of those currently serving.
Monday's (May 20) devastating tornado in Moore, Okla. touched the hearts of country music's biggest stars, and more than a few were left worrying about friends and family they knew in the area. The state is home to some of the biggest names in country music -- Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Toby Keith, Vince Gill and Blake Shelton are just a few who have roots there, with one superstar having grown up in Moore.
Blake Shelton will return to the living rooms of millions for a fifth season of NBC's popular reality singing competition, 'The Voice.' Viewers can rest assured that the comedic country crooner will be sitting back in that big red chair, offering his humor and wisdom to contestant hopefuls come fall.
They say specificity is the soul of narrative, which would mean Kree Harrison's first post-'Idol' single 'All Cried Out' lacks soul, or narrative. The ballad is a showcase for her vocal range and power, but it's never made clear why the Texan is so bummed.
Some are calling Kellie Pickler's freestyle during Monday night's performance finale on 'Dancing With the Stars' the best dance of the ABC show's 16 seasons. It was a spellbinding performance capable of leaving the toughest hearts shattered to pieces.
There were several recent reports over social media that 10-year-old Nyla Talley is missing and was last seen at Shooter's Bowling Alley in Sedalia. The Sedalia Police Criminal Investigations Bureau says that this report is inaccurate.
On Saturday night (May 18), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Ms. Kendra Barton, a fourth grade teacher at Horace Mann Elementary School, as assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School. She succeeds Mrs. Stephanie Jackson, who recently was named principal of Parkview Elementary School.
Kids, last Friday I got to head out to Menard's and check out the very latest in their outdoor sales! They always look to help out Sedalians by lowering prices whenever they can, especially on all the stuff you'll need for the season.
So while I did spend most of my time ogling all the beautiful stuff in the Garden Center, I did wander the store a little bit, and took some pictures while I was at it!
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