Monday, July 4, 2011

The GRB SHOW July 4 2011

Howdy! Thanks for hangout with us. Hope you had a great holiday weekend. I know I stuffed myself silly.
Here is some of the stuff we chatted about and we'll see you on the flip side.
"Who stoled the keisha, who stoled the keisha?..."
Shane, Tori, and Sam the Computer


Pirates of the Caribbean

No kids, wait on you serve alcohol and snacks

Experience the latest blockbuster movies with your friends and family in a 148 seat VIP Theatre for guests 21 and older. This unique setting provides ultimate comfort for movie watching with plush, high-back rocker seats and plenty of leg room. Sit back and relax before the film begins without having to wait in line for your favorite movie snack- the VIP Theatre is complete with full service concessions along with beer and wine service seven days a week.
Please extend your VIP experience after the show at CRAVE Restaurant, located on Level 3, South across from Macy’s. When you show your VIP CRAVE card (receive at the theatre box office with VIP ticket purchase) you will receive a complementary House Glass of Wine or a Domestic Tap Beer at CRAVE.
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$10 tickets if purchased online today for July 4th special
World’s Most Dangerous Polka Band
Who stole the Keisha?

Abadallah Candy

In 1909, at the corner of Lake Street and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis, young Albert stood over a small copper kettle filled with the best ingredients he knew. As his new confection boiled over the open flame, Albert knew that if this batch of candy wasn’t absolutely perfect he would be trying again. As a newcomer to America at the turn of the twentieth century, the ambitious Tripoli native along with his new Swedish wife, fair and beautiful Helen Victoria, tirelessly supplied their growing demand for fine confections.
Again and again, a new recipe would be perfected. Passing from one generation to the next, Albert’s perseverance and optimism would see the family candy makers through bankruptcy in 1930, as a result of the great depression and through a devastating and fiery explosion that destroyed their business in 1965.
The Gomez Family – Currently in Savage, Burnsville, coming to Grove Heights – Grand Opening 7/15

The Pancake House
Swedish Pancakes

Buffalo Tap
Regular – Juicy Lucy / Took folks

Jim and Bonnie Parr, a.k.a., “The Fun Finders”, sampled dishes and beverages from bd’s Mongolian Grill as part of the Rand McNally and USA TODAY’”Best of the Road Rally” American tour. The Florida couple taste-tested food from a dozen Burnsville restaurants, planted a tree, and toured Burnsville over the course of two days

New National Cemeteries

The Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act of 1999 requires VA to establish six additional national cemeteries in areas of the United States in which the need for burial space is greatest. Those areas are: Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; Miami, Florida; Sacramento, California; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Fort Sill National Cemetery near Oklahoma City opened for interments in 2001, the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies near Pittsburgh, Pa. and the Great Lakes National Cemetery near Detroit opened in 2005, the Georgia National Cemetery, and the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery opened in 2006, the South Florida National Cemetery near Miami, opened in 2007.

The National Cemetery Act of 2003 authorizes VA to establish new national cemeteries to serve veterans in the areas of Bakersfield, Calif.; Birmingham, Ala.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Sarasota County, Fla.; southeastern Pennsylvania; and Columbia-Greenville, S.C. All six areas have veteran populations exceeding 170,000, which is the threshold VA has established for new national cemeteries. Ft. Jackson, Jacksonville, Sarasota, Alabama and Bakersfield National Cemeteries opened for interments in 2009.

Tori’s Technology Corner