It's Wednesday and we're halfway through the week and well on our way to a weekend of revelry and partying! I'm hoping to get that started tonight at our weekly Karoake extravaganza at Krystel's Restaurant and Nightclub, featuring many artists well known to a handful of people. Actually, there are a lot of talented singers who visit each week and the music is enjoyable. Come on over and show your artistry. The music is varied and features songs in both english and spanish.
The Pictures: Katrina fraud is expected to pass one billion dollars! ONE BILLION DOLLARS ! Ah, Mayor Ray, you're doing real well and your citizens should be proud, not only of you, but theirselves. Y'all did well ! In the meantime the T-shirt business did very well and a lot of frustration and anger were subtly and not so subtly displayed. Take a good look!
This Date In History: 1932; Radio City Music Hall opens in New York City. 1968; The first manned mission to the moon, Apollo 8, returned safely to earth. A little known fact is that one of the secondary missions in the landing was to retrieve Alice Kramden, who had been sent there from a punch from her husband, Ralph Kramden. Ralph, Norton and Trixie were there to hail her return.
Former President Gerald Ford died Tuesday evening at 6:45 p.m. He was 93 years old. He had been ill for a period of time. Ford was the only person to serve as President who was never elected for either President or Vice President.
Birthdays: Marlene Dietrich, actress and singer (1901)
So much for today's entry. Maybe more later.
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