- "Five for Friday"- Five songs for the weekend.

- "Dancing in the Moonlight" by King Harvest
- "Story of My Life" by Social Disorder
- "Mud on the Tires" by Brad Paisley
- "Buddy Holly" by Weezer
- "Bette Davis Eyes" by Kim Carnes


- February ugh! And there's an extra day this year. Stupid leap year. Don't forget Valentine's Day is February 14. Word to the wise is sufficient. Beavers and Ducks is going to continue to be a happening place, so check back often and always leave your comments.

Welcome to gregorydowell.com the new home of Beavers and Ducks. Check out the welcome podcast below to find out more about gregorydowell.com and whats in store.

"The Oscars- For someone who rarely watches movies and more often than not does not enjoy movies, I always tune in to the Academy Awards. I'm not sure why(...more)"

"Ramblings: February Edition- Just a Footnote: It's only fitting that Fidel Castro's iron-fisted reign over Cuba came to an end today with his resignation. I say this because for my lifetime,(...more)"

"Indiana Jones- This is the only Valentine's day gift I need. The first trailer for the fourth (and final?) Indiana Jones movie has made its way to the internet.(...more)"

"R.E.M.: Accelerate- Whoa, back to back posts Greg. Whats the dealio? Well if you haven't checked out yesterday's post make sure you check it out after this. But this folks is "the greatest thing since bread came sliced.(...more)"

"Chambana- With my return to Champaign-Urbana this past weekend, I have now traversed every section of I-465. I-465 is the perimeter road that circles Indianapolis.(...more)"

"Watch the Lamb- Believe it or not, its that time of the year again. With Ash Wednesday tomorrow and the start of Lent, its time for the tradition that dates back to the original Beavers and Ducks. When it was the Lenten Song of Moment. That is of course, "Watch the Lamb".(...more)"

"'Did you miss something from January at Beavers and Ducks? Then check it out here in the archives."

Football season is over, but that doesn't mean The Huddle is broken. Rather, The Huddle will be the stop of sport specific posts, especially college basketball as March Madness approaches, and then of course there's the obligatory baseball predictions for 2008. Stay tuned.

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