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Nichols talks about some 'Real Things' (Rapid City Journal)
Joe Nichols will perform Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Central States Fair. With his enchanting Southern drawl and quirky sense of humor, Nichols took some time to discuss his artistic process, musical tastes and love of performing for real people.
Nothing finer than china in Celina (The Celina Record)
Sure hands and steady eyes create works of art on china in Celina. Patricia Hathcoat and Paralea Pell relax by painting on china plates, cups and saucers during their spare time.
Competitive baking (Ravalli Republic)
CORVALLIS - Baking for the county fair is no small task. ?Did I read all the fine print in the premium book?? ?Will the judge prefer tart or sweet??
A Year's Worth of Entertainment (East Bay Express)
Our guide to the Bay Area's must-see events.
Bulletin Board for August 13, 2008 (Sugar Land Sun)
Ongoing Vendors Sought for christmas countdown Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) of Fort Bend is hosting the 2nd Annual Christmas Countdown craft show to be held on Nov. 15 at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, Bldg. C. Both indoor and outdoor booths are available for a nominal donation. Call Sharon at 979-793-5073 for more information or to secure a vendor application.
Walk in the Park picture-perfect for art show (Daily Herald)
As an accomplished oil painter, Andrew Weiler has seen his works exhibited in galleries and art fairs across the country.
Roy pens a success story (Eastbourne Today)
A RETIRED Eastbourne man who started making pens in his shed as a hobby is now earning money from the unique craft. (15/08/2008 11:04:31)
Lessons from acorn squash (Napa Valley Register)
The garden that surrounds artist Diane Flyr?s St. Helena home has made its way through her ceramics and painting studios, into her house and onto its walls.
Fun On The Cheap (The Tampa Tribune)
- TAMPA - If there is one thing that is definite about the summer of 2008, it's this: We're all certainly a lot poorer.
Un-fair weather (Coeur d'Alene Press)
COEUR d'ALENE -- Flags whipped against an icy wind at the North Idaho Fair and Rodeo entrance on Wednesday. Waves of rain pounded the vendor booths and picnic tables, while dark clouds threatened to unload more.