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By JAMES CLARK on April 17, 2018 When it comes to the subject of medical weed research, or even whether it’s okay for a vet and physician to discuss medicating with herb, the Department of Veterans Affairs has a tendency of ducking action in favor of citing hazy policy, and vague restrictions. A few recent examples: In […]

  Fundraiser to help provide many services to our U.S. Veterans including “Transitioning” returning deployed Service Men and Women into our Las Vegas Community. “GUITARS IN HEAVEN” will feature a core band featuring some of the best local guitar players and musicians performing songs that highlight the instrument. Material will cover everything from Blues, (B.B.King), […]

Welcome! Thanks for stopping by. If you don’t already know us, we are a family running an essential oil business called The Drop Zone with one common goal – to educate our followers on the importance of essential oils. Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Why should I care?” “Do they REALLY work?” The answer […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS April 9, 2018, #687… Stepping Up? After further review…” Throw the ball to me” said # 24 Arike Ogunbowale, point guard of the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball T*E*A*M in the huddle with three-seconds left to play in the NCAA Women’s Basketball championship game played at American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas. When […]

  Charlie Reese’s final column for the Orlando Sentinel… He has been a journalist for 49 years. Reese died on 21 May 2013.  He wrote his actual final column in August 2008:   This is about as clear and easy to understand as it can be. The article below is completely neutral, neither anti-republican or democrat. Charlie Reese, […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS April 2, 2018, #686… The Lob? After further review…Perhaps we need to change the game of basketball from “shooting” to “lobbing” the ball toward the basket! Never have we seen so many, what we used to call – poor shots – become so dominate in scoring. Having played basketball since […]

March 29, 2018 – Gorham, ME – CONGRATULATIONS – The Corporal Joshua P. Barron Memorial Bridge is a done deal! Now all travelers of Route #112 through/around the Town of Gorham will be reminded of my son and hopefully, with your name on the bridge, everyone will continue to learn more about you. Thank you […]

5th ANNUAL “PIG OUT” Check out our Interview on ABC’s Channel 13 – Las Vegas on The Morning Blend. CLICK ON IMAGE BELOW AND SEE LIVE INTERVIEW!

– Tap House on Monday the 26th – Addison’s Lounge at the Rampart Casino on Wednesday the 28th – Trattoria Reggiano on Thursday the 29th – Italian-American Club (date TBD) SHOW DESCRIPTION MAIN SHOW Carpenters Tribute Concert, starring Sally Olson and her all-star band, features the famed-duo’s hits “We’ve Only Just Begun”, “(They Long To […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS March 26, 2018, #685… Sweet Sixteen? After further review…Now that the NCAA March Madness tournament has moved to the “Final Four,” perhaps the Sweet Sixteen should have been titled “sweet seventeen!” Wouldn’t you have liked to see the Retrievers play one more game? The who? The Retrievers? What school do they represent? […]


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