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Greenville, South Carolina

weekend hunting, sports, and wildlife shows. History After several false starts dating to 1980, the station signed-on November 25, 1985 as '''WCCT-TV''' an independent station owned by Carolina Christian Broadcasting, which also owned WGGS-TV in Greenville (Greenville, South Carolina). It was the first station in Columbia not to be affiliated with one of the major networks, as well as the first completely new commercial license in the area since WIS signed-on in September 1953


Philadelphia CSN Philadelphia , CSN Mid-Atlantic (Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic) (serving Baltimore Washington (Washington, D.C.)) and SportsNet New York, own broadcast rights to some or all of the major league sports teams in their area, along with other locally-oriented sports news and talk shows. History The Miami Seahawks were the last of the original All-America Football Conference teams to be established. They were formed to replace an aborted Baltimore franchise, which


to join the band. The group accepted and Mark took up dual vocal duties, with both he and founding member Bryan singing during live shows. History 1997–2000 Originally formed in Maine in 1997, the band relocated to Boston, Massachusetts in 1998, where it was based until their breakup. The original band members were Bryan Lothian, Brett Threat, Westie, and Tubby Tim. In 1998, the band recorded and self-released their first EP, ''The Kids Will Revolt Against All Authority'', on http


variants often appear at air shows. History The European Capital of Culture programme was initially called the European City of Culture and was conceived in 1983, by Melina Mercouri, then serving as Greek (Greece) Minister (Minister (government)) of Culture. Mercouri believed that at the time, culture was not given the same attention as politics and economics and a project for promoting European cultures within the member states should be pursued. The European City of Culture

United States

premiere of ''Karla'', a new play by Steve Earle. He is a member of the ''Rude Mechanicals Company'' and was nominated for The Austin Critics' Table Awards "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy" for his performance in their production of ''LIPSTICK TRACES''. "'''The Puffy Shirt'''"

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