First time relic hunting experience for my good friend from Florida, John, and his 12 year old son, Jake. The finds of the day were, 1 fired 3 ...
A tree dies in Auburn
Around the turn of the century, the story went, people hung telegraph tape on the trees to announce an Auburn road win. When Auburn won, the students rolled Toomer's Corner. It turns out, in a strange bit of symbiosis, the trees don't exist in spite of the town and campus around them. Long before I'd ever actually seen the trees, I'd heard about Toomer's Corner. THE TWO TREES AT TOOMER'S CORNER are little miracles. The trees need Auburn to survive. A hundred and thirty years ago, the story went, these trees were planted. The living limbs twist up like an open hand, a canopy of green at the intersection of College and Magnolia in Auburn, Ala. They grow farther north than most live oaks, and for this species of tree the slightest change in weather can be fatal. Their trunks hold dark spots where dead limbs have been cut away, the scars rubbed smooth. It has always been the center of Auburn. They exist, at least in part, because of them, as the brick and concrete hold several extra... Read more
Well this time I finally found a real screamer!! I went back to the same field that we dug the rifle pits in last year, and went into a set of ...
History on the block: San Elizario iconic theater on market for $2M
›› Photo gallery: Adobe Horseshoe Theater SAN ELIZARIO - Ben Sanchez gets a kick showing off the majestic Adobe Horseshoe Theater in the heart of this charming, storied town. "It's just a matter of getting the right mechanics and the right people to work it. " The former theater-restaurant, anchored in the historic plaza and on land that once had the county's first courthouse in the 1850s, is listed for sale at a price... He and other advocates of historic preservation suggest that the time may be good for the Adobe Horseshoe to be transformed into something else that could still be compatible with the area's rich history. Read more
The student band "Relic" from The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music plays at the Hard Rock Cafe in Detroit on 12/12/10. This is video ...
Packard plant owner target of drug probe
Federal drug agents are investigating Romel Casab, the controversial owner of the Packard Motor Car Co. plant in Detroit, as part of a broad probe into drug trafficking and money-laundering conspiracies, The Detroit News has learned. Packard plant owner target of drug probe Court documents reveal Casab is focus of money-laundering, drug trafficking investigation Robert Snell/ The Detroit News Detroit &mdash. The investigation's focus and connection to Casab are outlined in a search warrant unsealed in U. S. District Court in Detroit. Read more
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