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Van Morrison - Domino
Steve Winwood - Higher Love
Chris Rea - Fool (If You Think It's Over)
John Lennon - Nobody Told Me
Pablo Cruise - Love Will Find A Way
Genesis - No Reply At All
Eagles - Heartache Tonight
Sting - If You Love Somebody, Set Them
Nicolette Larson - Lotta Love
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Status updated: 23rd Mar, 2017
Want to avoid sounding "old?" Reader's Digest has a list of 10 words to avoid.
Pocketbook - "Purse" or "handbag" has replaced this old-timey term.
Whippersnapper - Unless you're a prospector from the 1700s, you've already retired this term for youngsters.
Tape - Any child of the '80s still use this verb to mean "record," even in this age of digital DVRs, which obviously don't use tape.
Xerox - Same deal: lots of companies make copy machines, but "Xerox" is a flashback to decades past.
Floppy disk - Seriously? If your computer still use this -- and if you do -- it's time to work with some younger talent.
Stewardess - Obviously, it's "flight attendant" nowadays.
Grody - Not sure you'll find anyone who still uses this synonym for "gross," but perhaps there's a thawed Valley Girl trapped in ice a la Encino Man.
Icebox - Unless you have grandkids, you probably already won't use this term for refrigerator.
Dungarees - The old timey word for "jeans" got their start as the fabric imported from Dongari Kilda, India, Reader's Digest reports. "Jeans" became the norm when the heavy fabric was instead imported from Genoa in Italy -- "Genes" in French.
Groovy - Again, chances are this word passed out of usage alongside your dad's old leisure suit, but in case not, avoid it.
Photo posted on: 17th Mar, 2017
The Cowlitz Foot Patrol is doing a Cowlitz River Cleanup this Sunday at Noon. They are meeting near the Cowlitz Way Bridge on 1st Ave South. Last weekend, The Cowlitz Foot Patrol got 700 pounds of trash picked up.
Congrats to Jackie Johnson, a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher at Beacon Hill Elementary. She's the 101.5 The Wave, NW Innovation Works Teacher of the Month for March! Jackie wins a prize pack from Zojo Coffee, The Columbia Theater, Elle’s Essential Massage, The Flower Pot and The Backstage Italian Restaurant.
101.5 The Wave and NW Innovation Works salute Clara Prothero from CVG Elementary School as February's Teacher of the Month! Clara is a Kindergarten teacher at CVG and wins a great prize pack from Zojo Coffee, The Columbia Theater, Elle’s Essential Massage, The Flower Pot and The Backstage Italian Restaurant. Nominate your favorite teacher now. Email us their name, school and why they should win. Send it to email@example.com.