Carroll One Book: African American Heritage Tour

Carroll One Book: African American Heritage Tour May 11, 2018 Time is getting short to get your African American Heritage Tour tickets! Sites on the tour include: Historic Colored Schoolhouse, Henryton Hospital, White Rock Church & Cemetery, Pipe Creek Friends Meeting House, and Bowen Chapel. Tickets are $10 and are on sale through May 18. … Continue reading Carroll One Book: African American Heritage Tour

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Living and loving in the age of asparagus

Living and loving in the age of asparagus Or - Mary Katherine Ham to Alicia Silverstone: Go Hunting, October 3rd, 2007 by Kevin E. Dayhoff Although I have spent a large portion of my life as a vegetarian; as I grew older and life got particularly hectic, I gave it up – for now anyway. Who … Continue reading Living and loving in the age of asparagus

Governor Will Join Maryland State Police to Honor Fallen Heroes

Governor Will Join Maryland State Police to Honor Fallen Heroes May 10, 2018 http://news.maryland.gov/msp/2018/05/10/governor-will-join-maryland-state-police-to-honor-fallen-heroes/ (PIKESVILLE, MD) – Governor Larry Hogan will join Colonel William Pallozzi and police survivor families to honor state troopers who have given their lives in the line of duty at the annual Maryland State Police Fallen Heroes Ceremony. The ceremony will … Continue reading Governor Will Join Maryland State Police to Honor Fallen Heroes

Fires and general mayhem dominated the April news in days gone by

Time Flies Dayhoff: Fires and general mayhem dominated the April news in days gone by: “Fires captured the attention of the local newspapers in April many years ago. The American Sentinel reported on April 9, 1898 that a “large coal oil lamp, suspended from the ceiling of the office of Dr. John S. Mathias, this city, … Continue reading Fires and general mayhem dominated the April news in days gone by

KIRSTY HAWKSHAW

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Kirsty Hawkshaw is likely one of the most influential, and certainly one of the longest standing “dance divas” in the industry.

From initial global success as part of Opus 111, to a long string of collaborations and solo releases, Kirsty has maintained an extremely high standard of music and personal influence within the true electronic dance music scene.

Kirsty has been mostly known as having a voice of an angel, with the looks to match, but by all rights is an amazing producer herself.

Recently I spoke with her, initially curious about her involvements with mutual friends of ours, little did I know that there is far more to Kirsty than meets the eye ( and ear ), and it’s all amazing!

So here is a most revealing and in depth interview with an amazing artist, vocalist and all round positive person that, I for one, am very honoured to…

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