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A Bel Air Station wagon, an iconic symbol of American mid-century family life, that is tied to President John Kennedy's assassination is up for auction.

"What's unique about this is this vehicle actually
See More transported his rifle back to Dallas from where Oswald had been living in New Orleans," said Farris Rookstool III, a JFK historian.

Oswald rode in this vehicle on October 14, 1963 because Ruth was driving him to Dallas so he could try to get this job at the Texas School Book Depository," he continued."

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03.27.2015 at 05:00 pmLike
Saturday Night Special: Tears Of a Clown Smokey Robinson

Tears Of A Clown
Smokey Robinson

My Girl
Smokey Robinson
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I Second That Emotion
Smokey Robinson & Al Cleveland

The Tracks of My Tears
Smokey Robinson, Warren Moore, Marv Tarplin

You Really Got A Hold On Me
Smokey Robinson

Shop Around
Smokey Robinson

The Way You Do the Things You Do
Smokey Robinson & Bobby Rogers

The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game

Editor's Note: William "Smokey" Robinson was one of Motown's most prolific songwriters and generous collaborators. His contributions to the golden age of popular music are legendary. The voice, the syncopation and the dance routines were enough, in and of themselves, to establish his position as a notable figure. His lyrics only serve to reinforce that understandingSee Less
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Tears Of A Clown (1970) HD 0815007youtube.comSmokey Robinson & The Miracles - Tears Of A Clown, ein Hit 1970. Audio-CD-Sound zu Video-Material aus TV-Show. HQ-Video
03.21.2015 at 08:54 pmLike
A tip of the leprechaun's derby, a tipple of stout and a couple of vintage Guinness advertising posters to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Read about the secret stash of artist John Gilroy's work for Guinness
See More that was brought to market in 2013 by clicking on the link below

http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/guinness-collectors-snap-up-secret-stash-of-unpublished-advertising-art/See Less
03.17.2015 at 07:00 pmLike
St. Patrick's Day

St Patrick is known as the patron saint of Ireland. Born in Scotland or Roman England, his given name is thought to have been Maewyn Succat. He became a principle figure in Irish history
See More by virtue of his missionary work in Ireland during the 5th century.

As a youth, he was kidnapped by pirates and sold into slavery in Ireland. He was there for 6 years before escaping back to Britain. As a young man he traveled to France and joined a monastery. After becoming a bishop, he experienced a vision that convinced him to return to Ireland to proselytize the native populace.

For two decades, he was successful at converting the pagan Gaelic Irish to Christianity. Patrick traveled throughout the island establishing monasteries, churches and schools to aid in his mission. He promoted an indigenous clergy, nurtured monasticism, established dioceses and conducted church councils.

There are many legends associated with St Patrick. It is said that he used the shamrock, an ancient symbol of the pagan goddess Brigit, to explain the concept of the Trinity. Legend also has it that he placed the curse of God on venomous snakes in Ireland, driving them into the sea where they drowned.

Originally a Catholic holy day, St. Patrick's Day has evolved into a more secular holiday. The Irish, in all parts of the world, celebrate it as part of their national tradition. The Catholic feast day for the Irish saint has become a holiday in celebration of Ireland and Irish culture.

Erin go Braugh

For more on the history of St. Patrick's Day, view the accompanying photos and captions.See Less
03.16.2015 at 06:00 pmLike
Saturday Night Special: Church Lyle Lovett


If I Had A Boat

She’s No Lady
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That’s Right You’re Not From Texas

My Baby Don’t Tolerate

I’ve Been To Memphis

This Old Porch
Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen


All songs written by Lyle Lovett except as noted

Editor's Note: Lyle Lovett's way with words and gift for storytelling is as big as The Lone Star State he knows and loves so well.See Less
Lyle Lovett and his Large Band - Churchyoutube.comVery attractive, mixed up R&B Gospel styled, have a visit at this church and enjoy!
03.14.2015 at 04:33 pmLike