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UPBEAT’s SUMMER Entertainment Guide #2


George Fiori's Free Classic Car Shows Every Friday through October...Don't Miss It!


Weird Facts & Fun Trivia - 5


All of the bacteria in our body collectively weighs about 4 pounds.


There're more bacteria in your mouth than there are people in the world.


The "smell of rain" is caused by a bacteria called actinomycetes.


Brazil has the 2nd highest number of airports in the world, after the U.S.


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Bring your classic car! Entry is FREE ev- ery Friday afternoon, starting at 5pm, through the summer. We are located at 406 Larkfield Cen- ter in Santa Rosa! Prizes, raffles food & more! The Friday Night Car Show officially started May 4th! For More information Call Fiori's Buns & Burgers, (the host) at (707) 546-6835. There are a large number of classic cars, hot rods & works in progress! Want to enter? Show up 1 hour early! ~ See you there! George


have a lifetime of nine billion years. And we're right smack in the middle of our lifetime. We've been in the universe


Planet Earth is estimated to


for 4.5 billion years. So, that should mean something. We should sort of take a look at where we came from and


202 West 7th St. Santa Rosa, CA 95401 707-545-7528


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where we are going. Miriam Defensor-Santiago


For me, the magic of Hawaii comes from the stillness, the sea, the stars. ~ Joanne Harris


Brazil occupies 47.3% of South America and borders all other countries except Ecuador and Chile.


A human baby has over 60 more bones than an adult.


1 out of every 8 Americans is from California.


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