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About Our Historic Cemetery

Posted on September 9th, 2016
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                      Cemeteries have a way of provoking diverse reactions. Because of the nature of their association with death, it is natural that some people would feel intimidated or uneasy about the whole notion of “graveyards.” Others see them as historical repositories that offer a glimpse […]

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Remembering Those Who Have Gone Before

Posted on September 7th, 2016
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We here at Martin Oaks Cemetery and Crematory do our best to offer services that are memorable. Venerating those we cremate and/or bury is the cornerstone of our mission. All too frequently in todays of the moment society, lessons and people of the past seem to be forgotten very quickly. Unless you are a Mozart, […]

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Telluride Colorado and Its Wonderful Film Festival

Posted on September 2nd, 2016
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                    The 43rd Telluride, Colorado Film Festival kicks off today and will run through the entire Labor Day weekend. Cutting edge new films, revivals of classics, and a special award presentation to Casey Affleck highlight the events. Among the revival films are classics like The Barefoot […]

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On Seeing Elvis Presley in Las Vegas August 1970

Posted on August 29th, 2016
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Last Friday night, August 26, was Elvis Presley Night at U.S. Cellular Field where the Chicago White Sox hosted the Seattle Mariners. While watching the game, I was struck by how many people in the stands came in full Elvis regalia: white jumpsuit costumes, sideburns, the whole package. Just over 39 years after his death, […]

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Salute to Telluride Film Festival

Posted on August 26th, 2016
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                  There is no way to adequately describe the sublime beauty of Telluride, Colorado — nor is there a way to capture the exciting vibe of its annual film festival which starts next week. The city itself sits in a box canyon at an altitude of 8,750 feet […]

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