FRED! Monthly Archives: March 2018

Listen: Van Der Stucken’s music comes home, to Fredericksburg

Born here, just down Main Street from the birthplace of Admiral Nimitz: Composer Frank Van Der Stucken During the mid-1800s, the Texas Hill Country produced talented men and women, particularly in the fields of ranching, industry, cattle, and the military. Yet … Continue reading

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Guy Forsyth: Putting the Show in Showbiz

Guy Forsyth gave an unexpected response when asked what inspired his on-stage performance style. “Vaudeville,” he replied during our phone conversation. “If you look back, a lot of our favorite musicians were folks hitting their stride in the 1930s and … Continue reading

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Sally Clark poetry: Fruits of the Spirit – Kindness

  A friendly kiss of kindness, strawberries bear their seeds on the outside, hearts on their sleeves, tip their little green caps to passersby, stems reaching out to form compassionate handles of sympathetic sharing.     Author’s Notes: Strawberry season … Continue reading

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