Cruise Night at A&W on Rte 44 is postponed again thanks to mother nature's rainy tantrums. We'll try again next week...

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This Day in 1968:

Top British model Twiggy saw a
performance by an 18 year old Welsh
singer named Mary Hopkin and
immediately recommended her to
Paul McCartney as a possible
addition to the Apple Records roster.

Six months later, Hopkin's first
record "Those Were the Days"

would be sitting behind "Hey Jude"
in the number 2 position.
May 4th
This day in Music History
Celebrating 30 years on the air:
1983 - 2013
Can we FINALLY get back to cruisin' and kick off the new
Wednesday cruise in Worcester tonight ?
With much sadness, we note
the passing of long-time local
enthusiats George Mitchell.  
George and his '59 Vette were
a regular on the scene and his
smile and friendly words will
be sorely missed.
George passed away last
Wednesday, he was 80.
R.I.P, good friend.
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