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HBO's Best of the Local Blogs -- 12/19/07


No, this isn't the camel that the wise men rode during the original Christmas, but the delightful young lady in the picture will appear in Your Post Falls Voice a week from tomorrow, Dec. 27, promises Sweet & Sour Herb.

*Hauser Thoughts tells us a real-life Christmas miracle and a real-life love story re: her uncle, 88, and her aunt, 85, here.

*At The Skinny On North Idaho, Ralph Bartholdt of the St. Maries Gazette-Record treks in from Benewah County to discover there's little left of the Rathdrum Prairie here.

*'Twas One Week Before Christmas and Silver Valley Girl decided to try her hand at the famous old rhyme, Kellogg style, here.

*Mrs. Mac Energetic has had her panties in a bind twice this Christmas season as a result of poor cuss-tomer service here.

*After tons of tests and attempts at cures, Slight Detour's doctors concluded correctly that "some people get migraines, some get hives, and some trot a lot when stress gets too intense" here.

*Sparky's Notes flashes back to 1984 when the song, "They'll Know It's Christmas," was a hit on two continents -- and she was forced to perform it 35 times, not including practices -- here.

HBO Numbers (for Tuesday, Dec. 18): 7842 page-views and 4479 unique views.

Meanwhile, A Butterfly Moment is counting down the days until Christmas vacation here; CastMD looks at expanded patient liability here; S&S Herb grades NY teachers here; Notes On A Napkin sez home is sweet indeed here; Granati waits for his Fallujah-bound brother-in-law here; Perspectives obviously is smitten by his new dog here; Rants, Raves & Random Thoughts shares an interesting e-mail here;




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.










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