NewsFLASH: The final MassCruisers' BassPro Night has been pushed back a week from Oct. 16th to the 23rd as a result of a conflicting Patriots home game at Gilette Stadium.

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Peel me a grape.

During the late-summer heat spells,
our canine heroine has temporarily
moved from the middle of the bed
to her summer home on the new
sectional out in the family room.

Strategically, she has positioned
herself directly opposite the vents
from the air conditioner.
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Today in 1931

The first long-playing record
(
a 33 1/3 rpm recording, of course)
was demonstrated at the Savoy Plaza
Hotel in New York by RCA-Victor.
















The venture was doomed to fail
however due to the high price of the
record players, which started around
$95 (about $1375 in today's dollars)
and wo
uldn't be revived until 1948.
September 17th
This day in Music History
Celebrating 30 years on the air:
1983 - 2013
Our next-to-last
Wednesday cruise of the
season comes tonight at
the Denny's off exit 7.  See
you around 6 !
A beauty at the beach
(above) and a trip
down memory lane
in Barrington (left).  
Check the Photo Pg.
Where
has the
season
gone
 ?
**
Dennys
wraps up
on 9/24.