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Book Club Goes Low-Brow

Book Club Goes Low-Brow

The Spokane book club met Saturday night to talk about Chelsea Handler's, 'My Horozontal Life.'  Liz Taylor says she hated the book, and the discussion.

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Book Club Goes Low-Brow

Book Club Goes Low-Brow

The Spokane book club met Saturday night to talk about Chelsea Handler's, 'My Horozontal Life.'  Liz Taylor says she hated the book, and the discussion.

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Laughing babies make me laugh

Laughing babies make me laugh

DOWNTOWN (WWBT) - Laughing babies are funny to look at.

Hollerin' in Little Italy!

 

Little Italy, N.C. (AP) -- A North Carolina man who won the National Hollerin' Contest says he almost disqualified himself by going over the four-minute time limit.

Tony Peacock of Greensboro won the 42nd annual contest this past weekend in Little Italy. His hollerin' rendition of the popular Gershwin tune "Summertime" got him the title.

Peacock says he had to cut short his last holler because he had only two seconds left.

The winner gets bragging rights and opportunities to perform at events and on television.

Participants competed in several categories: men's national hollerin' contest, ladies callin', conch shell blowin', whistlin' and junior and teen hollerin'.