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west_end_photos Marilyn Johnson, 17, a senior at Bowling Green High School in Bowling Green, Ky., gets ready for the final dress rehearsal of her school’s musical presentation of “Into The Woods.” Johnson has been involved in musicals since her freshman year of high school. "I can't believe this was my last musical,” she said. #sjb103 #picturestories 3d

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  •   existo_lives Phil Noto that dude. All of these were gorgeous. 2w
  •   dorsia_collection @existo_lives agreed! I wish more would have popped up at my LCS 2w
  •   dabryman93 Beautiful. I love noto's work. I had to pick up his ASM Gwen Stacy cover and his daredevil 13 cover he just did 2w

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west_end_photos Eugene Lyons, a resident at Bowling Green Retirement Village in Bowling Green, Ky., has a different past than most of the other residents who live there. Lyons is a World War II veteran who served six years in the Army as a medic. During his time in WWII, he was captured and became a prisoner of war. Lyons said even though it was hard being a prisoner he feels blessed that he survived. “They didn't give us much food but they kept us alive I guess,” he said. Lyons explained that his mother and his faith helped him make it through 105 days of being a POW. “My mother down in Louisiana prayed me out of the prisoner of war camp,” he said. “God helped me through the whole war.” #sjb103 #picturestories 2w

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suspectator Every Sunday for the last 20 years Cathy has walked along the Lady Bird trail stopping at a bench that's there in memory of her late sister. And then she'll have breakfast at the Four Season's hotel. #picturestories #NatGeo #yourshotmeetup #Austin #Lumia 2w

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west_end_photos Monia Ritter, a 93-year-old resident of the Bowling Green Retirement Village, was born in Russia but lived most of her younger years in France. She came to the U.S. in 1950. "When I came to the States I got a letter from the president saying welcome to the States, and I cried because I was finally welcome somewhere." When asked how she ended up in Bowling Green, Ky, she answered, "I'm telling everybody that I am paying for my sins in youth by ending my life in the Bible Belt." #sjb103 #picturestories 1mon

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west_end_photos Keith Sargent, an entertainer who has performed in Las Vegas, on The Dinah Shore Show and The Tonight Show, found himself in a little different setting during Valentine's weekend in Bowling Green, Ky. He covered the hits of the 1950s for the residents at Bowling Green Retirement Village for their annual Valentine's dance. Sargent said that these types of venues are probably the most rewarding shows he does. "Seeing all the laughter and smiling that goes on during the show makes everything worthwhile." #sjb103 #picturestories 1mon

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west_end_photos | If your actions speak louder than your words, you don't have to talk." | Each semester a new crop of students is exposed to antagonistic preachers who challenge the students about their morals and beliefs. Miles Morton, left, a WKU student, had a heated discussion with a preacher who said he consider himself a prophet of God. After his run-in with the preacher, Morton said that something that irks him is when random people come to the WKU campus and talk about how the students are "going to hell." Morton feels that in reality these prophets of God do nothing to actually help the students or better the campus. "Even an empty wagon makes a whole lot of noise," Morton said. Morton continued, saying that he has an interest in different religions and he enjoys studying them. He then explained that one thing he finds in common in every religion is "helping communities."
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nikkimahler Here goes nothing....hoping this makes tomorrow morning a little easier...and every morning for that matter! 1mon

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