Stafford & Frigo

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Could be the next “big thing” — the band MEMPHIS HIGH features Jonesboro native Benny Reiner on drums.  Benny visited the Fox Hole this morning and talked with Stafford and Frigo.

Click Here to visit the MEMPHIS HIGH My Space page and hear their music.

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MANSFIELD, Mass. — A Massachusetts man has found divine inspiration on an old pizza pan. To some, it might look like an oddly burnt piece of metal, but to Mansfield’s Josh Mather the image is divinely inspired. “I think it’s amazing, actually,” he says. “I don’t know, it’s spiritual. The way I see it, it’s Jesus on the left, and on the right I would believe it to be Mary.” The metal tray was from an old brick pizza oven owned by Mather and his brother.

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