Sunday, August 14, 2016

Dolly Parton entertains at Verizon Arena

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Dolly Parton
entertained at Verizon Arena last night and you can click the link to see photos by Brian Chilson from the event. Any attendees? I'm wondering if she dipped into the old songbook for some my favorites — "Coat of Many Colors" and "Tennessee Mountain Home."

I was otherwise occupied, as I mentioned earlier, at the Hall High School reunion of the class of 1966. An interesting group. This caught my eye in the displays of old high school newspapers. Moses Melody Shop may be gone, but the Moses name is still pretty important downtown thanks to Hall High grad Jimmy. Browning's? Alas. This being Little Rock and all we made Ro-Tel dip for a pre-event get-together.

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