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Jena @ Hoover The Mover

Join Jena on Saturday, April 19th from 12 - 2 PM 
Hoover the Mover in Moncks Corner 
She will have your chance to win a Subway gift card, plus free Subway for lunch! 

Summer @ O'Reilly's Auto Parts

Join Summer Saturday, April 19th from 4 - 6 PM
at O'Reilly's Auto Parts on Savannah Hwy 
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JetBlue plane stranded on tarmac for 7 hours
Longtime fugitive US hijacker caught in Portugal
AP sources: Obama, Kaine talk about Va senate race
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From Record Store Day to another "Game of Thrones" shocker, here's what's hot this week
The actor's girlfriend, Naiyana Garth, gave birth to a baby boy on Thursday
The 27-year-old actress gets serious when talking about a reported list about her sexual partners
The "Vertigo" actress said cruel jabs about how she looked at the Academy Awards left her crushed, then determined to speak out in protest
Former child actress says she has "no interest" in appearing in the newly-announced follow-up to the 1993 comedy
Man claiming to have been abused by Bryan Singer says he was plied with drugs and promises of fame while also enduring threats and sexual abuse
An explosion, an election and other major twists are packed into the drama's third-season send-off
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Natalie Stovall

Although she can seem larger than life onstage, offstage she’s as down home and as easy-going as can be. One-on-one sincerity and a contagious personality just come naturally to this small town girl from Columbia, Tennessee. Make no mistake though, as soon as you put this small town girl in front of an audience – something spontaneous, mesmerizing, and explosive happens.

Natalie has been playing professionally since she was ten, and performed everywhere from the White House to the Oprah Winfrey Show. “I started violin lessons at the age of four after my granny saw an ad in the Columbia paper for a new violin teacher in town” says Natalie. “Looking back, I’m not even sure if I really knew what I was getting into. I think I just knew it involved me being on stage and that’s all I needed.”

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