Tuesday, December 8, 2009


  • Since 1979, Alice McCain of Martinsburg (WV) has been collecting black Santas and now that she's amassed around 90, they have been incorporated into a holiday exhibit at a local museum.

  • The Army Corps of Engineers have proposed a $900 million dollar system of seawalls and levees to manage the Louisiana coast, but they've left tiny Isle de Jean Charles, home of the Biloxi-Chitimacha tribe out of their plans because it has flooded so much lately, only a few dozen residents remain.

  • One assumes that a few children may have been scarred, when a Shriner suffers a fatal accident during a holiday parade.

  • Apparently Roanoke (VA) has a case of metro-envy.

  • Six nights a week, Sardos Grill is a regular karaoke bar, but on Tuesdays, they cater to the porn industry and it becomes a place careers can be launched and where deals are often made.

  • A South Florida anchor wonders via her blog, what future archeologists may think of us, when they see our art.

  • A local man is in a crappy movie, so Family Dollar has a display.

  • Sen. Orrin Hatch has earned an aisle seat with a bit of history.

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