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Sunday, Sep. 21, 2014
The Beginning of my Life Part 1

2014 Artisans Road Trip Artist Karen Ruddy - Working at the Grotto of the Redemption this Past Summer!

Bundle up, buttercup

A weeks worth of food reviews

Just desserts

A note about living at the fair

Loch Ness Burger

Dark meat

First things first

2014 A.R.T. Artist is September Exhibition Cove Artist at a Piece Of Work, INC.

Relax and Smile

Two 2014 Artisans Road Trip Artists at the "Paint the Iowa Great Lakes" Plein Air Painting Exhibition!

2014 Artisans Road Trip Artist Bill Lieb - "The Birder" Sculpture Dedication

Take Action!

Expunging a Criminal Record is Like Unringing a Bell

Skate Park Dilemma

Life changes

New youth fad - setting yourself on fire

A quick review of 'Lucy'

The Dome Theater AT SPL!

Great stories to tell

Always interesting

2014 Artisans Road Trip Artist Marisa Sidles Opens Studio During RAGBRAI!

C4L & Associates

2014 A.R.T. Artist - Timothy J. Arand-McIlrath in "Past and Future" Exhibition - Ruth Davis Design Gallery, University of Wisconsin - Madison,WI

We won! Let's make Spencer Shareable!

Police Must Obtain A Search Warrant Before Searching Cell Phones

2014 A.R.T. Artist Bruce Morrison at Neal Smith's J.N. "Ding" Darling Art Gallery!

Upcoming June Events @ SPL

June Events At SPL.

Bloggers Wanted
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