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This Weekend
This Weekend
Crowley High School Drama Club presents “Aladdin” Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 7 pm. and Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 2 pm. at the Grand Opera House of the South. The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes is Saturday, 3/2/13 in the River Ranch Town Square beginning at 8 AM...
Treats At The Village
Treats At The Village
The Autism Society of Acadiana will be participating in "Treats at the Village" at Acadian Village on October 30th. This annual Halloween event was created for individuals with special needs (of all ages) who will "treat" from house-to-house in Acadian Villagein a safe, family-friendly environment.
Was It 1967, 1968 or 1969? [VIDEOS]
Was It 1967, 1968 or 1969? [VIDEOS]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT These songs were on the radio: 'Good Morning Starshine' (Oliver) 'Everyday People' (Sly & The Family Stone) 'Come Together' (The Beatles) These events were shaping the world: “Easy Rider” opens in theaters. “The Godfather” by Mario Puzo is released in print. Vince Lombardi (Redskins) coaches his last football game, losing.
Was It 1985, 1986 or 1987? [VIDEOS]
Was It 1985, 1986 or 1987? [VIDEOS]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT? These songs were on the radio: 'St. Elmo’s Fire' (John Parr) 'Saving All My Love For You' (Whitney Houston) 'Part-Time Lover' (Stevie Wonder) These events were shaping the world: The cost of a dozen eggs: 96 cents. Lee Iacocca’s 'Iacocca: An Autobiography ' is on the best-selling list for 62 consecutive weeks. Three months after a new version of Coke is launched, the Coca-Co
Was It 1972, 1973 or 1974
Was It 1972, 1973 or 1974
WHAT YEAR WAS IT These songs were popular: 'Loves Me Like A Rock' (Paul Simon) 'Bad, Bad Leroy Brown' (Jim Croce) 'Midnight Train To Georgia' (Gladys Knight & The Pips) These events were current: Skylab, the first American space station, is launched. The Watergate trial begins in Washington, D.C. President Nixon signs the Endangered Species Act into law.
Was It 1977, 1979 or 1981? [VIDEO]
Was It 1977, 1979 or 1981? [VIDEO]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT These songs were popular: 'Heart Of Glass' (Blondie) 'Sad Eyes' (Robert John) 'Babe' (Styx) These events were making headlines: Congress approves the creation of the Department of Education. A nuclear power plant accident occurs at Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, releasing radiation. 43 million watch "Elvis!" on ABC.
Was It 1960, 1962 or 1965? [VIDEOS]
Was It 1960, 1962 or 1965? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were popular: 'Do You Love Me' (The Contours) 'The Twist' (Chubby Checker) 'The Loco-Motion' (Little Eva) These were current events: The first James Bond movie, 'Dr. No,' is released.  Starring as 007 is Sean Connery, 32. Marilyn Monroe dies of a barbiturate overdose at age 36. Walter Cronkite begins anchoring the 'CBS Evening News.'
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were topping the charts: 'Jack & Diane' (John Cougar) 'Who Can it Be Now?' (Men At Work) 'Up Where We Belong' (Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes) These events were shaping the world: M.R.I. diagnostic machines are introduced in Britain. John Belushi, 33, dies of a drug overdose. Michael Jackson releases his “Thriller” album.
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
WHAT YEAR WAS IT? These songs were on the radio: 'We Can Work It Out' (The Beatles) 'Summer In The City' (The Lovin’ Spoonful) 'You Keep Me Hangin’ On' (The Supremes) These events were shaping the world: 'Star Trek' is launched.  It will become one of the few series to be more popular in syndication that in its network run. LSD is pulled off the market by its manufacturer after being banned b
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were on the charts: 'Human' (Human League) 'Amanda' (Boston) 'True Colors' (Cyndi Lauper) These events were in the news: The 'Oprah Winfrey Show' hits national TV. Nintendo video games are introduced in the U.S. Clint Eastwood is elected mayor of Carmel, California
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were being played on the radio: 'Little Bit O’ Soul' (The Music Explosion) 'Hello Goodbye' (The Beatles) 'Respect' (Aretha Franklin) These events were taking place: Robert 'Evel' Knievel's motorcycle jumps 16 automobiles. Rolling Stone begins publication. The first Super Bowl is held.
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It! These songs were on the radio: 'Band On The Run' (Paul McCartney & Wings) 'I Shot The Sheriff' (Eric Clapton) 'Bennie And The Jets' (Elton John) These events were taking place: 'All In The Family' is the top rated show. People magazine debuts. New York Yankees Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford are elected to Hall of Fame.
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
  What Year Was It? These songs were on the radio: 'Jack & Diane' (John Cougar) 'Who Can it Be Now?' (Men At Work) 'Up Where We Belong' (Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes) These events were shaping the Nation: Movies of the year:  'E.T. – the Extra-Terrestrial,' 'Tootsie,' 'Gandhi' and 'The Verdict.' 'Schindler’s List' by author Thomas Keneally is published. John W. Hinckley, Jr. is found n
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? These songs were topping the charts: 'Please Don’t Go' (K.C. & The Sunshine Band) 'Rock With You' (Michael Jackson 'Do That To Me One More Time' (Captain & Tennille) These events were taking place: Post-It Notes begin sticking everywhere. 'The Empire Strikes Back' opens in theatres. The Pittsburgh Steelers win their fourth world championship in six years with a 31-19
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What year was it? These songs were popular: 'I Can’t Go For That' (Hall & Oates) 'Centerfold' (J. Geils Band) 'Ebony And Ivory' (Paul McCartney with Stevie Wonder) These events were taking place: St. Louis Cardinals defeat Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 to win the World Series. John W. Hinckley, Jr. is found not guilty because of insanity in the shooting of President Reagan. M.R.I. diagnostic machi
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What Year Was It? [VIDEOS]
What year was it? These songs were hot: 'Private Eyes' (Hall & Oates) 'Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)' (Christopher Cross) 'Endless Love' (Diana Ross & Lionel Richie) These events were being talked about: A first-class stamp cost 20 cents. MRI machines are first used in Britain. John Belushi, 33, dies of a drug overdose.

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