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T-Bones Records & Cafe 17h
Putting the house band together at ’s Records, the magic of the was born. Originally an instrumental band, this was the union of , R&B, soul and a touch of RockNRoll.
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T-Bones Records & Cafe 17h
Before the , they were the . They had a residency at the old Ivanhoe and this was their opener. It also became their first hit selling 200,000 copies and hitting #4 R&B and #23 Top 40.
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T-Bones Records & Cafe 18h
Written by (under a pseudonym) this 1962 single would not only become one the best loved songs - but a #1 for .
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Greg Geist Jul 14
Can the take out please?
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Martin Luther Jean Jun 19
Embassy reached out to me asking if I could get a piece in there to exhibit. I said I don’t have any pieces ready and got too much going on. They asked even if it’s just a palm tree out of skittles we just want your art in here. I said “I’ll see what I can knock out”
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joya62 Nov 1
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Kathryn 💙 Jun 6
A Timelapse Walk Across The Map
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2saint May 31
2saint - August 10th 2014 What has changed? Haha so funny looking back at my mane, now I'm the Sun 😄💗
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Shelly Vanderwerken Nov 2
French students learned about la Toussaint today. They scanned QR codes to access videos and websites about the person.
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2saint Jul 21
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Haki Shakur Jan 1
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Sophr'Ev Nov 1
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Michael Deibert Apr 7
On this day in 1803, ’s Louverture, revolutionary leader & advocate for human liberty, died in a jail cell in the Mountains in . Though he would not live to see it, less than a year later Haiti would declare its independence.
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BlackHistoryStudies Apr 13
, , and many many others were involved in this 13 year-long struggle where our ancestors DEFEATED the British, French and Spanish on the island of by 1804.
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2saint Jul 14
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Ole Frijs-Madsen Nov 4
To be frank I do not like the concept of . For me it is merely a pagan tradition which children off course appreciate. In my view -or in French-is the quiet and respectful way of honouring our dead relatives +friends. I spent it quietly in Tabor🇨🇿
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ZassiiAsbl Nov 1
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MOHAMMAD FAROOQ SHAIKH Jan 28
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DeadCaL Jan 31
As much as I like , it really does says something when the rest of the accents in make the comedy accent of the seem passable
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ℂ𝕒𝕚𝕥𝕪𝕕𝕖𝕤𝕦 ✨🎨 Nov 1
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