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Publication Date: April 8, 2009
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Beach Celebrates Easter's Glorious Moments


The glorious moments ofEas-
ter weekend are never lost on
Pensacola Beach Perhaps, the
mostmeanmigful of all is the Easter
Service at the Amphitheatre on the
Boardwalk at 6 30 a m on Easter
Sunday For more than thirty years,
early-risers have come to worship
at this service which this year will
be hosted by the Pensacola Beach
Communim Church and Our Lady
of the Assumption Catholic Mis-
sion The Sunrise Service will last
about 50 minutes with special mu-
sic The Reverend Chuck Randle,


Easter weekendwil beginwith
a communion service and living
tableau ofDa Vinci's The Last Sup-
per at 6 30 p m on [ thursday, April
9 at the Beach Church
Eggs will be cracking every-
where on the Beach on Saturday,
April 11 The Beach Church will
host its annual hunt, at 9 a m at
the Church The four age groups
are pre-kidergarten kindergarten-
first grade, second and third trade,
and fourth and fifth grade Every-
body gets a prize according to co-
ordinators Jim Hobbs and Gordon
Paulus
"The challenge is always to
find places in the sand to hide
eggs," said Reverend Randle
"And this ear we don't even have
any sea oats to use because of the
Fellowship Iall construction, but
we'll do it"
All children are welcome to
attend this event
The kids start Saturday offi
but the fun continues for adults at
' he Shaker with old-fashioned
contests from 3 to 6 p m Contests


Deviled Egg Contest Bring
one dozen of your best deviled
eggs before 3 30 p m Judgmg be-
gins at 4 p m No charge to enter
No rules to follow
Easter Bonnet Contest Wear
your best decorated Easter Bon-
net Judgmg will begin at 4 30 p m
Pi zes to the winner
Easter Egg Draw Pick your
egg from a tub-full Some will be
lucky and have prizes
Basket Raffle Large Easter
baskets full of prizes Need we say
more?
50/50 Drawing Halfthe cash


as a prize to one lucky ticket holder
Live music will begin at 3pm
'his entire event is sponsored by
the Krewe of Junkanoo and their
royal couple King Don Stephens
and Queen Sandi Huggms will ap-
pear
After the Junkanoo Easter
party at the Shaker, the Krewe of
Brewe will be up to their usual tricks
looking for the Best Beach Bunny
Agam, a contest with no rules, ac-
cording to Brewe member Beverly
Boswell
Adults will find that the Eas-
ter Bunniy has not forgotten them


this year The Buini Bar, under
Hemingway's, is hosting an adult
humt on Saturday at 4 30 p m Bring
your own decorated basket, fill it
with eggs, and enter it for the prize
Easter services wi i be plenti-
fui on Easter Sunday Calvary
Chapel will hold a sunrise service
and Beach baptism at the Gulfside
Pavilon beginning at7 a m Every-
one is welcome to attend this
event
Easter Mass will be at9 45 a m
at Our Lady of the Assumption
Catholic Mission and the senice at
the Beach (Church will be at 10 a m


Many Beach restaurants are


Easter Egg hunt for children on
Sunday at 2pm Age requirement
for this waterfront party is six years
and under Renee Mack, general
manager, says she has already seen
the Easter bunny hopping around
Paradise looking for good hiding
places All the kids who want to
join m the fun and prizes are wel-
come
There it is- Easter weekend on
the Beach Something for every-
one


Island Auth.i Nudges Beautification Plan Forward

Committee Bounces Volleyball Policy Back Thirty Days


The Island Beautification Plan
inches a little closer to reality with
the acceptance by the Santa Rosa
Island Authority of the latest rec-
ommendation from the Ad Hoc
Committee TheDevelopment and
Leasing Committee at their March
25 meeting voted to send the
most recent version of the Re-
quest for Qualifications for a
Master [Land Planner to the
full board (See Ad Hoc story,
Page 7)
Jim Cox, president of the
Pensacola Beach Advocates, con-
gratulated all the players in this
arena for their efforts to make the
Plan happen
"I want to thank Robert Ruake
of Portofino for showing the flex-
ibiity -
the pn,
thank SRIA Board members Fred
Gant, Vernon Prather, Dave Palock
and ammy Bohannon for their


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participation" Cox said
The Development and Leas-
ing Committee approved the
opening of two new restaurants
on the island, Lilo's at the
Soundside Market and The Dog
House Dell m the Via de Luna
Shopping Center
The Architectural and Envi-
ronmental Committee approved
Dean Baird's request for an elec-
trical modification plan for the
beachside cabanas at Jubilee
Baird and Philip Morris are tak-
ing over this business
The Committee also ap-
proved giving two leaseholders
sands from the Little Sabine
dredging project Hazel Fairey
will be allowed to purchase some
of the spoils and Andrew Brahan
will be given sand to place on his
leasehold property The rest of
the spoils will be used on public
property
he Administrative Committee
heard Dottie Ford, Finance
director's report Fordsaidtherev-
enues were down for January but
were still up overall just a bit for
the year Her report indicated that
most areas of lease fees collected
are less than what was anticipated
However, alcohol, beer and wine
sales were 26 percent higher than
expected
Ed Guernsey, chairman of the
Administrative Committee re-


ported that they are still looking
for alternative legal services for the
SRIA m an effort to reduce costs
Committee member Tammy
Bohannon said she feltthe Author-
ity was at the end of this cycle of
litigation "We had the hurricanes
and some unfortunate drownmgs,
so we are at the end of this," she
said "We have the flag system
which insulates us from most
drowning suits I wonder ifwe are
looking better in this area "
Guernsey asked Dottie Ford
to prepare a report for the last ten
years of non-drowning lawsuits
identifying legal fees and claims
paid to those injured
Hle added that measures have
already been taken to reduce legal
fees
"We're asking the staffto take
a close look at the past to monitor
(SRIA attorney) Mike Stebbins'
bills We want staff to take on any
tasks they can comfortably do, and
we thmkwe will see some savigs
Mr Stebbms has been very coop-
erative m coming to positive reso-
lutions with regard to legal ex-
penses "
Billy Patterson, who owns azy
Day BeachRentals oftumbreilas and
chairs, heard the Authority discuss
his request to set up a volleyball
court near the Beach (I]ub
"It's for the pleasure of any-
one who wants to use it I don't


make a dime on it." he said
Staff had prepared a policy
for the volleyball court, which in-
cluded taking it down at night,
and provisions to ensure the
court would not block emer-
gency vehicles
lhis is a dynamic concept,"
Board member Vernon Prather said
"I thimk the policy needs a little
more work Lets see ifwe can work
a way around these technical is-
sues to satisfy the challenges "
Am olton to keep the policy in
committee passed
After the motion, Patterson
addressed the Board
"Let's get going am readyto
do what I can to make the Beach a
better, safer place I put surfwarn-


am willing to satisfy the require-
ments and all the rules Why wait
another few weeks'"'
Boardmember Dave Pavlock
said he thought they should let
him go ahead with the court in
the absence of a policy Ed
Guernsey agreed and wanted the
staff to refrain from any enforce-
ment until a policy can be
adopted The issue will remain in
committee
The next meeting of the Au-
thority will be at their office at 5
p m on Wednesday, April 8 All
meetings are open to the public


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I think my love of hats must
have begun with Easter Bonnets
I know I had the misfortune to be
born at a time when wearing them
was no longer considered stylish
Although hats had been worn for
thousands of years and bare-
headed ladies were likely thought
of as poor peasants or loose
women
It was the 1950's and while
there were women who still wore
hats that was mainly on televi-
sion Like Beaver's mom, who
never left home without a hat and
kept her high heels on all day I
can't remember my Mother wear-
ing or owning a pair of heels but I
do remember her hats
But when I put on a cowgirl
hat I became a cowgirll Wearing
an Easter "Bonnet" instantly pro-
pelledme into the movie star world
of glamour And don't forgetthose
tiny white gloves with the tiny,
shiny, white purses, which
matched the tiny, shiny, white
shoes Lord, I was inheaven! By
the end of Church, Easter Dinner
and the Easter Egg Hunt, most of
the white was covered with food
and grass stains, egg dye colors,
and God knows what else Butmy
hat always stayed pristine After
all, it couldn't be replaced as easily
as gloves or shoes
Mom and Dad made sure we
always had shoes, but hats were
only purchased for Easter So, you
see why I had to take such good
care, it had to last all year until the
nextEasterl No matter whattoys I
had, nothing could compete with
the hats
It amazes me that putting
something on your head and us-
ing a little imagination can trans-
form yourwhole world Of course,
by the 60's the big broad brimmed
floppy hippie hat had entered the
less-than-fashionable-world and
was donned by everyone under the
ageof30 This hat created a single
image hippie Some stores and
businesses would turn customers
away just because of this hat and
what it came to represent to the rest
of the world How weird is that?


That's a lot of power for one hat to
carry
Some would say they are the
same person underneath the hat I
have great sympathy for them
What happened to their imagina-
tion? Andno one canforget Jackle
O's pillbox hat during the Camelot
reign Didn't it make you feel as if
everything was right with the world
when she appeared in public wear-
mg her little pillbox?
Before Ivan, I had a collection
of antique hats purchased at thrift
and consignment shops all across
America My wonderful optimis-
tic Mother reminded me that I at
least had gotten to wear nearly all
of them before the storm washed
them away I did and I'm telling
you there was a different feeling
and attitude with each one I be-
came many people under those
hats
Hatsmakemy Imagination run
wild, and you should let yours get
wild and create an Easter Bonnet
this year Wear it to the Junkanoo
Contest Okay my friends, I gotta
get busy on my hat for the Easter


Bonnet Contest
So, on this Easter Sunday put
on your adorned hat and celebrate
the Resurrection of Jesus Christ,
our Lord Feel the beauty, grace,
love and imagination He gave to
eachofus 'Cause sometimes you
just need a hat for little mspirationP
Meanwhile, it's time to cook
This is my favorite recipe and my
favorite cake, so let's head to the
kitchen

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1 Box Yellow (or white) cake mix
Mix and bake as directed Let
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Perfect Frosting
1 -8oz Cup cool whip
1 -8oz Cup sour cream
2 Tsp vanilla flavoring
2 Cup powdered sugar
2 Cups grated froz or fresh
coconut (sep into 1 cup ea)
Mix all ingredients well, re-
serving 1cup coconut Spread
over cooled cake then sprinkle with
remaining coconut Coconut can
be colored easily with food color-
mg get creative put on a hati
Happy Easter to all and I'll see
you in the Easter Parade


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Just last weekend I had the
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Beach from Washington, DC I
wasn't even gone a full three days,
but when I came home our family
cat, Sparky, treated me like I had
been away for a lifetime When I
walked into our m aster bedroom to
unpackmy overnightbag, Inoticed
Sparky was cuddled up on my pil-
low I figured it was just her way
of staking out her new found terri-
tory You know how that goes --
human lady was gone, feline
phenom takes over But something
told me this wasn't the case For
the first time since I rescued her
from certain death, she was look-
ing at me with her emerald green
eyes as "mom" not the "human
lady "
"Harrys," I yelled to my two
boys, "what's wrong with Sparky?
She's letting me pet her and she's
not moving from my part of the
bed"
I received a "don't know"
from young Harry and the Colonel
mumbled something about she's
been that way since Saturday nght
Since Saturday nghtl What do
you mean since Saturday night?
My precious little Sparky in her
pink camouflage collar and her
jeweled "Diva" name taghasbeen
onmypillow since Saturday night
Ohandtothink I flewhom e tovisit
my mom and missed probably my
only opportunity to bond with the
dam cat Just my luck
So I seized the moment and
tried to pick her up when she hissed
at me and became the reincarnate
of Linda Blair m the original Ex-
orcist
"Harrys," I yelled to my boys
again, "Sparky just hissed at me
and is still not moving from my
pillow Did something happen
while I was gone? And this time I
want answers "
"Dad found her collar in the
driveway and we've been feeding
this really cool boy cat that hangs
out on our porch now Can we
adopt him too?" fessed up young
Harry
The next thing I know the
Colonel was by my side explain-


mg that he let her out, but only for
about 30 minutes and she never left
the yard The man, who is trained
to spot inconsistencies on a battle-
field from 100 feet m the air, then
said that he didn't happen to no-
tice that when he let her back in
her collar was missing He was,
however, quite proud of himself
that he found it in the driveway on
Sunday morning before they came
to pickme up from the airport He
triedto give me an explanation on
how the collar has a safety latch
that easily comes apart to avoid
accidental strangulation and he
thoughtmaybe she hadremoved it
I gave him the look that clearly
communicated Sparky is the cat
that doesn'tknow enoughto come
m out of the ram or the snow and
there was no way she removed her
own collar
Then the Colonel morphed
into some kind of Marine Corps
version of St Francis ofAssisi He
was all of the suddenMr Humani-
tarian and I almost fell for it re-
membering he didjump off the Bay
Bridge to save a dog's life when
he was in flight school in
Pensacola He started telling me
how this male cat came to the back
door on Friday night and was hun-
gry, so he fed him Then he was
back on Saturday and Sunday He
even suggested that maybe this
other cat could be our outdoor cat
Our outdoor cat?l?
But somewhere among the pil-


lows, I heard a small meow I don't
speak feline, but I truly believe
Sparky was with me m solidarity
and trying to tell me that this male
cat was the reason why she was
cuddled up on my pillows and not
moving And because I don't
speak feline, it wasn't until I
shooed her from my spot in bed
that I realized she was truly hurt I
now had become Cat Woman with
an attitude and both Harrys knew
I was ready to pounce
Young Harry quickly was on
the back porch taking in the food
andwaterdishes TheColoneljust
handed me the check book and
made some comment about the
GPS upgrade on the sailboat could
wait Well duh
Turns out Sparky had been in
a pretty good cat fight and unfor-
tunately she lost She had a punc-
ture wound to her right side and
shredded claws on her right paw
After a thorough examination com-
plete with much hissing (I think cat
hissing is the equivalent to human
cursing) and a few shots from our
local vet, Sparky is now on the
mend
Of course, once again order is
restored in our house She loves the
Colonel She tolerates the kid and
she still hates the human lady And
to think I was bamboozled by her
snuggling on my pillow and the
pitiful meow Hmm, maybe next
time I'11 make sure we get the up-
graded gear for our sailboat and
not our vet Until next time



Jubilee the Dog put on her
very best mermaid costume
andjoined the Woofapalooza
parade in Pensacola March
S29 with her best fnend Gen
Petkowski from Navarre. The
event which included a music
fest raised money for local
animal shelters. It was
promoted by Fun Coast
Promotions and Doug
McAllister.


Movie Star "Marley" who was played by Peyton, a yellow Labador
Retriever, served as the Grand Marshall of the Woofapalooza pa-
rade on Sunday, March 29 in Pensacola. He is joined by his han-
dlers David Sousa and Layton Roark. Woofapalooza is a Fun Coast
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Back in the days when it was
popular to have sensitivity training
sessions among clergy, Walter was
asked to lead a three-day clergy
retreat. As customary, Walter
shared meditations and led discus-
sions for the first two days. He
tried to model the benefits of be-
ing open to the inner voice, as well
as to one another. The participants
just could not move to that level.
They carried on superficial conver-
sations, told an occasional joke to
hide their uncomfortableness, and
would not move beyond that.
During a restless night when
Walter could not sleep, it became
clear to him that the clergy were
afraid of making themselves vul-
nerable ... sharing their true selves
with one another. They wanted to
project the image of persons in
complete control.
The next coming Walter gave
each participant several sheets of
red construction paper, instructing
them to tear off a strip of paper and
attach it to place on their bodies
where they had been injured in
some way. When they had all done
this, he told them to keep attach-
ing red paper to the sites of physi-
cal injuries until either all their

Peruvian Choir

Visits Our Lady
Pensacola Beach residents
and visitors will have an opportu-
nity to hear an award-winning Pe-
ruvian ensemble as they perform
on Sunday, April 19 at the 9:45
a.m. mass at Our Lady of the As-
sumption Catholic Mission. This
visit marks the beginning of a
multi-city United States tour by the
group which consists of singers and
instrumentalists.
The peruvian choir hails from
Fr. Jack Davis' mission in
Chimbote, Peru and will also be
performing at St. Ann in Gulf
Breeze and St. Sylvester's Catho-
lic Church in Navarre.
The events are free and open
to the public.
For more information call
850-932-2859.


Dr. Chuck Randle, Pastor
Pensacola Bea g
paper was gone or they ran out of
injuries. No one stopped until ev-
ery strip of paper was attached
somewhere. Walter asked everyone
to look around the room at the sea
of red, which represented their
woundedness. As they saw the
outward signs oftheir brokenness,
most ofthe participants also broke
through their outer defense. The
pretense that they could save them-
selves was gone. The sea of red
proclaimed that everyone suffers,
that we are all wounded, and that
none of us can save ourselves
through our own power. (Story
attributed to Susan Zerkus)
As Christians move through
this week known as "Holy Week"
we are reminded again of our vul-
nerability, that we are all wounded
in one way or another, and that we
need healing that comes from love
God's love and the love of one
another. The new commandment
given on what we observe as
Maundy Thursday was to "Love
one another, as I have loved you."
I believe the French philoso-
pher was right when he wrote, "The
way we treat others is the way we
treat God."
A blessed Easter to all!


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I would like to tell you a story
about an Italian physicist and
Nobel laureate named Carlo
Rubbia. He published a report at
CERN, the European Center for
Nuclear Research, in 1993 on a ba-
sic design for a subcritical energy
amplifier. This type of nuclear
power reactor utilizes an energetic
particle beam which stimulates a
reaction in thorium. If you bom-
bard thorium with low energy neu-
trons, it turns into a rapidly decay-
ing isotope of uranium which re-
leases energy. This may be the al-
ternative energy source we have
been seeking for power generation.
What does this all mean?
There's a new energy source in
town, and its name is thorium. It is
number 90 on the periodic chart. It
is abundant on this planet. So
abundant in fact, that there is
enough thorium to generate power

Ski Club Trades

Snow For Sand

Flounder's Beach
The Pensacola Ski Club is head-
ing to the gently sloping white sands
ofPensacola Beach for their Spring
Party and Business Meeting, Sun-
day, April 19 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.at
Flounder's.
The officer and board election
is on the agenda. The following
slates will be considered: Officers:
President Susan Naile; Vice presi-
dent Melinda Ross; Vice President
oftrips IlonaBorish; Treasurer Terri
Phillips; Asst Treasurer Cindy
Urmos-Clements; Secretary Beverly
Gay; and Past president/FSC del-
egate Al Maddux.
First year board
members:Michelle Mandel,
Fitzhugh L. Miller, Tim Bone, Jim
Clements, Paul Belt, Pam Ryland, Al
Austin, John Rogers, Bruce "Doc"
Holliday and Bob Breathitt.
Second year board members:
CherylAlter, Barbara Erhart, Denice
Hair, Ron Shaeffer, Karin Streetman,
Laura Tkach, Archie Hovanesian,
Diane Mielcarz,Alan Miller and Traci
Ingram-Gay.


for several thousand years at cur-
rent consumption. This new type
of power plant, called an Energy
Amplifier, would not have to con-
tend with a runaway reaction. The
reaction is more easily controlled.
If anything went wrong, the reac-
tion would stop, and the reactor
would cool down. Another nifty
aspect of thorium is its rate of de-
cay. It happens quite rapidly within
ten to twenty years. After 500
years, the thorium wastes would
be equivalent to the radioactive
level of coal ash. The energy am-
plifier produces very little pluto-
nium, and in addition to this; there
is also the possibility of using this
type of plant to rid the world of
existing plutonium.
So why aren't we using it? An
even more pointed question is this
- Why haven't we heard about
this? This could revolutionize the
world in supplying power for all
countries. Is there anyone pursu-
ing this technology? You bet there
is. India is taking the lead at the
Bhaha Atomic Research Center
near Kalpakkam. Their plan is to
build a plant based on Carlo
Rubbia's design and iron out any
problems that may occur. If India
succeeds, it may literally become
the powerhouse of the world. And
we need to jump on that electron
and follow the wave!


The Florida Trail Association hosts monthly hikes along the Dunes
Trail on Pensacola Beach. Rheba Mason, left, and Ginny Hinton, right,
take the lead as the group passes Portofino Resort heading east
toward the Florida Trail marker which denotes the start their hike
along the Dunes Path. Hikers should meet at the parking node across
from Portofino at 9 a.m. Friday, April 10 to participate in this free event.
Photo courtesy of DJ Zemenick, Barrier Island Girl


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Summer Series Set
Star light, star bright, the first
star you see tonight might be
through the Escambia Amateur
Astronomers Association tele-
scopes which are trained on local
night skies.
The monthly club meeting will
be Friday, April 10 at Pensacola
Junior College and is open to any-
one desiring to learn more about
the night sky, according to Dewey
Barker, Club representative.
"We will set up at the Gulfside
Pavilion on May 29 and 30 at 7 p.m.
so the general public can enjoy the
star sights," said Barker.
The club will have gazes at
Fort Pickens on June 19, July 17,
Aug. 14, Sept. 18, and Oct. 6.
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After Sundown


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Go crabbing on the Gulf of Mexico, at Crabs, We Got 'Em -
Alaskan Snow, Dungeness and King Crabs are all on the exten-
sive seafood menu Sip and sit at the live aquarium bar or at the
upstairs, outdoor Gulfside deck Oysters and Wings are thirty-
five cents from 4 to 6, Monday through Friday No reservations,
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on Casino Beach and you're in Crab Heaven Open everyday
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its own private white sand beach Pull up a rattan stool Cold
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Sunday Ring 434-6211 or visit www roses com


FLOUNDER'S CHOWDER HOUSE
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Step into now and enjoy Flounder's top rated seafood Indoor
and outdoor dining Even a beach playground for the kids Beach
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tive mason jar Bilgewater Margaritas Gift shop Fred Flounder,
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55 ft shrimp boat Open everyday 850-932-2003
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PEGLEG PETE'S
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Pirates welcome Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or out-
side on the awning covered deck Glass front bar overlooks
LaFitte Cove All kinds of oysters Live lobster Gumbo Dinner
specials nightly Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlub-
bers Take home a t-shirt
Look for the Jolly Rogers flying over the west end of the
Island at 1010 Fort Pickens Road We're here everyday at 11
932-4139 www peglegpetes com



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where the atmosphere is an authentic turn-of-the-century pub
McGulre's has been named one of America's great steakhouses,
and is world famous for its culinary artistry Dollar bills on the
walls, a moose to kiss and employees who give a damnl Try an
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has been selling this signature drinkfor over 30 years The Shaker
was the 1st bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction
Live Music Wed, Thurs, Frl, Sat& Sun Karaoke Tuesday Iguana
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