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July 21, 2012 The poetry of the Beats, the New York school and the Black Mountain school, as well as the jazz poets, all share a particularly heavy rhythmic feel and an earthy, gritty imagery that creates a kind of syncopation within itself.
Michael Hancock has been working with leather since he was a little boy growing up in Oklahoma. "It began with a little leather tooling kit," he recalled. A real cowboy, he loves to ride, but it was building saddles that became his passion. He moved
Now 19, Brentwood resident and longtime rider Sam Wright graduated from his favorite program when he reached adulthood. At 22, Samoens, also known as Sammy, a Dutch warmblood and former jumping horse, is ready for greener pastures and a relaxing
Breaking horses and making saddles are two difficult jobs, but Sheldon Shel Dubois manages to do both. Dubois, 40, is a native of Abbeville whose whole life seems to have a Western theme...Dubois has a degree in recreation management from Culver-
Kids & Horses offers tack sale, free barbecue at Minden ranch Staff report Parker Ross, 4, participates in equine therapy at Kids & Horses in Minden. Kids & Horses is inviting the community to nonprofit's Minden ranch Aug. 28-29 for a tack sale, free
Saxophonist and composer George Cartwright might not be an oft-repeated name in creative improvised music, but he should garner a weighted whistle whenever he does crop up. Raised in Mississippi and now calling Minneapolis home, Cartwright was co-