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Sad news for George Strait -- his father, John Strait, died yesterday after being hospitalized for nearly a month.
George released the following statement: “We are grateful for the time over the last few weeks we were able to spend with Daddy before he passed away. I want to thank everyone for their prayers and support during this difficult time as we mourn our family’s loss.”
Mr. Strait, who was 91, was a junior high school mathematics teacher, as well as a rancher on his property outside of Big Wells, Texas. The family worked at the ranch on the weekends and in the summers.
“It’s a long story,” he explained, “but when she was conceived, there was a song playing. It’s one of my first, a song off my first record, called That Would Be Her, and the first line of the song is ‘Have You Ever Seen a River,’ so we named her Dylan River.”
A cassette tape of REBA MCENTIRE'S 1987 album "The Last One to Know" has survived the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. A cleanup volunteer found the cassette and Reba posted a photoof it.
She wrote, "May 30, 2013. Talk about full circle! A tornado cleanup volunteer found a Reba tape in the midst of the wreckage."
Country legend George Strait will conclude his final tour with a stop at San Antonio's Alamodome on Saturday, June 1.
The sold-out concert is expected to draw 72,000 fans, a record for the city as the largest concert in its history.
Alamodome officials announced Tuesday that parking for the concert is permit-only and all permits are sold out.
They are encouraging fans to utilize VIA's Park & Ride service and to arrive at least 90 minutes prior to the show starting. Doors will open at 4:00 p.m. and the concert will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Park & Ride service will be offered from four locations:
Buses will begin running at 2:30 p.m. and return service will run for 30 minutes following the conclusion of the event.
Fares are $2.50 each way (total of $5 roundtrip) with a discount fare available to children, seniors, Medicare recipients, and students. VIAtrans customers and children under five years of age ride free. VIA’s passes are not valid for this service.
No professional cameras will be allowed. Cameras with a detachable lens or any cameras with a fixed lens larger than four inches are not allowed. Video recording with any device is prohibited.
The Internet is obsessed with cats and stupid self-portraits . . . so it's about time someone combined them. The latest stupid online photo trend is called CAT BEARDING.
To take one, hold your cat up while he's looking straight up, and so his face is covering the bottom of YOUR face. It makes it look like the cat's mouth is your mouth . . . and the rest of the cat is your beard.