Delta Blues

What goes through my head when I think of Delta Blues: River. Cotton. Flatland. Crossroads. Woods. Oxbow. Levee. Batture. Juke. Harvest. Bogue. Arrowhead. Commissary. Cypress. Bamboo. Willow. Mosquito. Bayou. Rosedale. Beulah. Huspuckena. Ruleville. Holly Ridge. Winstonville. Roundaway. Linn. Mound Bayou. Heathman. Benoit. Scott. Alligator. Baird. Terrene. Lombardy. Duncan. Steiner. Renova. Choctaw. Skene. Sunflower. Bolivar. Prentiss. […]
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Raggeds Beverage Company

Raggeds Beverage Company is an independent craft beer wholesaler located in Colorado. We started the company for the sole purpose of delivering hard-to-find craft beer to out-the-way places throughout Colorado’s Western Slope. Raggeds currently distributes over 170 brands of beer representing 25 different suppliers to 17 counties in Western Colorado. We maintain seven beer routes […]
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Isanti County Minnesota

Isanti County Minnesota is just north of the Twin Cities and is situated in one of the fastest growing regions in Minnesota. Isanti County lies within the 16-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul Metropolitan Statistical Area – the 14th largest in the nation at just under 4,000,000 folks. The Isanti name comes from the Isanti or Santee Indians, […]
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ToGeaux Cannabis Delivery Expands Throughout New Orleans

The fast growing ToGeaux cannabis delivery company has expanded its service area to all of Orleans Parish. French Quarter based ToGeaux picks up local bud and beverages from nearly one hundred area shops and makes deliveries to customers throughout the CBD, Uptown, Midtown and Metairie. You haven’t heard of ToGeaux? Well it’s just the fastest […]
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Where is the Home of the Blues?

Historians have debated for years about where Blues music started – the so-called Home of the Blues. I doubt we’ll ever know the definitive Holy Grail “X” marks the spot location for the Home of the Blues. There are, however, plenty of places that claim the Home of the Blues title as their own. Is […]
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Kalmiopsis Wilderness

The most beautiful place in the Lower 48 that you’ve never heard of is the Kalmiopsis Wilderness in southwestern Oregon. It’s a wild, roadless and pristine terrain that’s nearly 200,000 acres, full of rugged cliffs and boulder-strewn canyons through which some of the purest waters on the planet flow. The Kalmiopsis (Kal-mee-op-sis) gets its name […]
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Pequannock

Pequannock is the name of a township in New Jersey. Pequannock was part of the original group of 104 New Jersey townships incorporated in 1798. Located about one hour west of New York City, Pequannock is a sleepy, bedroom community with a population of 15,500. The name Pequannock is derived from the Delaware Indian (Lenape) […]
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The Witching Hour

The Witching Hour is a name used in folklore to describe the time of night when supernatural powers are heightened or at the most sensitive level. The time most associated with The Witching Hour is 3:00 a.m. – this is supposedly the time when the application of black magic is thought to be most effective. […]
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