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Let It Begin, Here Is Where To Catch The First Debate… If You Want To.

How to watch the first presidential debate What: First presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden Date: Tuesday, September 29 Location:  Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic Time: 9 p.m.-10:30 p.m. ET Debate coverage on CBS broadcast stations and CBSN: 9 p.m.-11 p.m. ET “Red & Blue” debate preview: 5 p.m. CBSN debate coverage: Preshow coverage at 8:30 p.m. and …

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Classic Rock Made Today.

The Loon Morning Crew referenced a couple of videos this morning on their show regarding new stuff from some classic rock artists.  So lets dig into that. Paul McCartney’s lead guitarist Rusty Anderson has confirmed that the former-Beatle has recorded a one-man-band album while in isolation. Fans have been excited over the notion that McCartney has decided to record, what is presumed to …

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Crossroads Festival From 2019 Get’s a Release Date

When live concerts return, that’ll be great.  But until such time, we can all get bigger TVs. Set for release on November 20th will be Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019. The collection will be available as a triple-CD, six-LP, double-DVD and Blu-ray — and is available for pre-order now. The two-day event was held on September 21st and 22nd, in …

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Rescheduled Arts in the Park is Now Canceled

Due to the recent events, and circumstances outside of their control, the board of directors for Brainerd Community Action has made the tough decision to cancel this year’s Arts in the Park event in its entirety. “We are grateful to the city of Brainerd and their parks department for working with us to create a safety plan and a version …

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Covid Community Testing

Survey teams from the Minnesota Department of Health will be in Brainerd,  Nisswa, and Crosslake in the coming days conducting community assessments. The team members are public health workers and will be wearing vests with nametags that identify them as members of MDH CASPER TEAM. Their vehicles will also be labeled with COVID-19 Survey Team. Survey teams will ask residents …

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Could The 1950’s Teach Us A Few Things?

No internet, no cellphones. Black and white TV, no hi def or smart televisions. In 1950 people would greet one another as they passed each other on the street. in 1950 the major disciplinary issue in schools were gum chewing and talking during class. In 1950 people would make an effort to look nice when they would go out in …

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