Views:498856|Rating:4.74|View Time:9:43Minutes|Likes:13219|Dislikes:717 Wendy Williams faced some serious backlash from the gospel community after shading the legendary Gospel group The Clark Sisters. Wendy congratulated Snoop Dogg for his #1 gospel record, while dissing the Clark sisters. She said it is time for the Clark Sisters to “step up their game”, implying that they have done nothing in their career (The Clark Sisters won Grammys, sold millions of records, and had the number one gospel album multiple times). Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs, and Kierra Sheard spoke out in defense of the beloved group…which forced Wendy Williams to backtrack on her statements. Wendy released a statement on Instagram and invited the group to perform on her show.
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Views:291|Rating:5.00|View Time:18:17Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Las Vegas, Nevada’s Historical Past at The Clark County Museum . See it at
The Clark County Museum in Las Vegas’ neighbor, Henderson, Nevada is definitely worth visiting. This 30 acre complex houses an indoor and outdoor exhibit showing the history of Southern Nevada from prehistoric times to the present.
It chronicles the history and culture of the native people such as the Anasazi, Paiute and Mojave and how they were able to survive in such a harsh environment. After exploring the indoor building, step back in time and visit Heritage Street where there are outdoor exhibits of historically accurate relocated buildings.
The fantastically preserved residential homes are from the early 1900’s to the 1950’s where the interiors are fully furnished and decorated according to their time period. A travel trailer in the driveway of one of the homes is ready to go on vacation.There is even a wedding chapel that had married Bette Midler, Sir Michael Caine, Whoopi Goldberg and countless other celebrities when it was located on the Las Vegas strip.
On the other side of the complex, take a walk on the nature trail to explore the train depot and railway cars. Further down the trail is a scale house and old mining equipment. Don’t forget the ghost town trail where you’ll see the toll cabin, blacksmith shop, general store and jail all in arrested decay. Last of all is a re-creation of a Paiute village with its summer shelters.
Walking through this entire museum will definitely help burn off the calories from eating all those Las Vegas Buffets.
Also, be sure to check out what Lex sez:
Someone Your Own Size by RW Smith
Chances by Silent Partner
Bitters at the Saloon by Bird Creek
Dog and Pony Show by Silent Partner
Morning Stroll by Josh Kirsch/Media Rights Productions
If I Had a Chicken by Kevin McLeod
Bumper Tag by John Deley
Llena de Plena by Jimmy Fontanez/Media Rights Productions
Where I Am From by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
Darktown Strutters Ball by E’s Jammy Jams
Sunday Plans by Silent Partner
All music tracks courtesy of YouTube Music Library
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Views:29|Rating:0.00|View Time:29:51Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Memorial Service for Harry (Bun) Clark Vincent Jr. and Bonnie Lee Vincent (4?
Harry (Bun) Clark Vincent Jr. passed away at his home on July 27, 2014. Bonnie Lee Vincent passed away at home on Aug. 1, 2014, and followed him to heaven. After 57 years of marriage, they left this world together, both following illnesses.
Harry was born in Manhattan on March 7, 1937, to Harry Sr. and Montana (Reynolds) Vincent. Shortly after, they moved to Willow Creek, where he attended school. He then attended and graduated from Three Forks High. He enlisted in the Army Reserve at the age of 15 and was honorably discharged on Oct. 8, 1962.
He was employed by JC Penney and then Morris and Mairele of Helena. He then took up the trade of hanging drywall and sheetrock in Helena and around the state for 37 years. He belonged to the Carpenters Union for that entire time. Lastly, he worked for Greenway Enterprises until he retired. He received the Golden Hammer Award and the 3,000 accident-free-hours award. Never late for anything in his life, he was generally at work making coffee before anyone else arrived. He loved to tinker in his shop, always working on some project or another. He loved to fish with his great-grandsons.
Bonnie was born in Great Falls on Aug 4, 1939, to Claude and Josie (Knapstad) Tannehill. She attended schools in the Canyon Creek and Dearborn area and in Montana City and Helena. She was very proud to receive her GED in Helena on March 7, 1973, Harry’s birthday, at the age of 35.
She was employed by Eddies Bakery early in her life. After having children, she became a stay-at-home mother, keeping the home fires burning when Harry was working out of town. Later, she started her own home cleaning business, which she ran for many years. She then worked at the Shelby House in the Helena area as a cook and caregiver. She was the very well known coupon lady in Helena in 1982, walking out of Super Save grocery with two carts and $140 in free groceries. (That was a lot in 1982). She was also TOPS (take off pounds sensibly) runner up queen for Montana In 1983. In July of 1994, she was elected Democratic Precinct chairwoman for Precinct 34.
Both Mom and Dad were avid bowlers and roller skaters in their younger years.
Mom And Dad were married on Aug. 24, 1957, in Helena at the Nazarene Church. They spent 57 years in marriage. They spent years helping anybody who needed a hand, taking people into their home when they had nowhere else to go. Mom never had a bad word to say about anyone. She would always see the good. Mom spent many hours in the kitchen cooking for family and friends and carrying on the tradition of candy and treat making at Christmas. Dad would loan a car or a hand to anyone. Dad loved the children and spent many hours entertaining them at family functions.
They are survived by many loved ones, family and friends; their three children, Clint (Tara) Vincent, Christine McCullough and Andrew Vincent, all of Helena; Bonnie’s sister, Claudia and (James) Buxton of Everett, Washington; Harry’s brothers and sisters, Gene (Carol) Vincent of Butte, Trudie and (Dave) Miller of Townsend, Reva and (Dean) Weisbeck of Denver, and Darlene Dawson of Shreveport, Louisiana; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, cousins, uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.
Services will be held for both on Friday, Aug. 8, at noon at the Church of the Nazarene, 117 Valley Drive in Helena, 442-7386.
In lieu of flowers, donation can be made to Hospice of St Peter Hospital or the Church of the Nazarene in Helena. (as presented in the Independent Record)
Views:926|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:47Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 This video was recorded at Heritage Baptist Church on 12-30-2010 in Lynchburg, VA. Group members are Riley Harison Clark (tenor) Gary Casto (Lead) Josh Singletary (Baritone) and Dennis Dugger (Bass). This was recorded with a phone so forgive the quality.