A celebration of the musical form that sprang from the Mississippi Delta to the Westside of Chicago, with deep roots in Africa and slavery and influences on modern American music.
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A friend from church gave me an old treadmill which she described apologetically as "state-of-the-art 1985."
“It’s as loud as a helicopter,” she warned, “but we just replaced the belt.”
Never mind that the belt is as narrow as a balance beam, get this -- the speed adjustment knob goes from turtle to rabbit. I love that knob more than words can say.
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