August is almost here. Just about two months left in the cruisin' season - get out and enjoy a couple cruises soon...the season will slip by before you know it !.

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Our little canine superstar is no dummy.

When someone inadvertently leaves a
chair out in the front lawn..it provides
the perfect way to avoid laying in the
grass with all the bugs.  Yes, yes..this
is SO much better.
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The Pike features classic
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Today in 1964

Rockabilly singer Johnny Burnette
died in a boating accident while fishing
at Clear Lake, California. He was 30
years old
at the time. Burnette is of
course
best remembered for his two,
1960 million-sellers, "Dreamin" and
"You're Sixteen
."












That same day, Billboard magazine
reported that the harmonica was
making a comeback in a big way thanks
to its use in recent big-hit recordings
by Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones,
The Beatles and Bob Dylan.
August 1st
This day in Music History
Celebrating 30 years on the air:
1983 - 2013
On the way
to
morrow, our
5th annual
"Wheels for Wishes"
at the Mishnock
Barn in West
Greenwich.  Check
the Calendar Page
for details.
A good crowd last
night with the
RIC
OA Cruise
in Cumberland.  
Check the Photo Pg.