Two from Laurel Honored By PGCC

Sep 25, 2008 Full story: Laurel Leader

In 1993, when Laurel resident Noah Kallish was 21 years old, he decided to give up a music career of collaborating with recording artist Gary Shider after Shider became embroiled in a legal battle with a record ...

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#1 Feb 11, 2009
"Give up a music career"??! Is that how we're describing potheads now? What a joke this is.
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#2 Mar 5, 2014
Watchword wrote:
"Give up a music career"??! Is that how we're describing potheads now? What a joke this is.
. You are a very mean person! That is my father!

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