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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Brent Black and Curtis Sherouse (center) watch the whip-crackers while they wait their turns while Lindsey Sherouse appears to be more interested with her toy at last year's Cracker Storytelling Festival in Homeland Heritage Park.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Judge Nelson Bailey lectures about Florida history and Cracker cattle culture, explaining how cow rustlers would use cow whips to wrangle up cattle.

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Florida Artists Hall of Famer Frank Thomas will be performing a free concert at the Latt Maxcy Memorial Library on March 6.

Elias Serrano

Brandy Kemp

Chester White

By JAMES COULTER

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Once upon a time, there was a young man named Jack. He courted a girl who was very silly and had equally silly parents.

He promised to marry her only if he were to meet three other people who were just as silly as she and her family.

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