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Miller ready for Southside Rumble 6’s main event

PARKERSBURG — Boxers only get one opportunity for their pro debut and Shawn Miller is hoping to make the best of his Saturday night at Southside Rumble 6. Miller, who works as a mechanic at the Parkersburg Utility Board and is nicknamed Little Hammer, will be the main event on the Dawghouse Promotions expected 16-bout card when he squares off against Andre Donovan of Ohio inside the W.Va. National Guard Armory.
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The Woman Within

By Liz Cooper, NC native currently living in Chattanooga, TN and breast cancer survivor since January, 1998. Rising to face another day, I stare at my face in the mirror and begin to pray,. Father I stretch my hand to Thee, my Helper and Provider today. help me to stand,...
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Eddie Montgomery Shares 'My Son' Video

Montgomery Gentry star Eddie Montgomery has released a music video for his new single "My Son". The track comes from the country icon's forthcoming debut solo album. Eddie will be releasing the album, entitled "Ain't No Closing Me Down", on October 29th exclusively at Walmart. The record was produced by Noah Gordon and Shannon Houchin.

Unfiltered Story #244632

(My boyfriend and I are in college and we are both in the same club. This particular club raises money for kids with cancer. One of our fundraisers is called Assassin. Each member who participates has to pay a certain fee and then they can join in the game. Assassin can take weeks to finish the game. At the start, each person is given a clothespin and a target; with the targets home address. Throughout the next few weeks, a person will try to pin their target with the clothespin and effectively “kill” them. Once the person is dead, they give up their clothespin and target who, is now the winner’s next target. This then continues until only on person remains and is called the Master Assassin. So, my boyfriend and I go to the club meeting where we will get our targets.)

Joony Refuses to Be Complacent

This article previously appeared on Audiomack World. When I compliment one of Joony’s songs over Zoom, he sighs, saying, “I kinda don’t like how loud my voice is mixed on that, bro. I’m sick of it.” The track at hand is “Milan,” a lush, three-minute soliloquy performed over a singular electric guitar. The gusto in Joony’s delivery, the ambiance brewed by his backing vocals, and the sole instrument’s intimacy make his hedonistic lyrics about dissatisfaction and distrust come off as a heartfelt ballad. Joony’s critique of it, however, is a testament to the incessant itch that drives him.