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Superstition is a Way

AP reporter Jane Swift said, “Miss Devereaux, you rose from horrendous poverty to running a top 500 fashion company in just a few years. How do you explain that?” “The usual,” said Marie Devereaux. “Hard work. Dedication.” “Now critics are … Continue reading

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Dixieland Forever – Mondays Finish The Story

Dixieland Forever Little did they know when the photographer took their picture that they would find themselves trapped in a painting. “The Boardwalk Boys” finished playing “Jackson Stomp” after the photographer left. That’s when they noticed this curious square floating … Continue reading

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