There probably aren’t many comedies in which coffins play a big role, but the spring play Desert Vista High School thespians will present is an exception.
It’s been called a modern “Romeo and Juliet” and a contemporary “Grease” for tweens.
Since David Archuleta returned from his two-year mission to Chile, he has been inspired.
To Clint Black, having a distinctive sound has always been an overriding goal for his music.
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