Lilly the capuchin monkey got loose following a burglary at home—and there are conflicting reports on her fate.
2020 will almost certainly be a strange year. The news of the world can be hard to wrap your head around, and headlines these days—especially in an election year—can seem outright unbelievable. Let’s try this one on, for example: “Galveston Police Are Uncertain if an Escaped Monkey Is Alive or Dead After Its Owners Stopped Cooperating With an Investigation.”
About this Event
Hot rods, rat rods, vintage trailers and more are lining up to take part in the Galveston Island Beach Revue's online car show!
- No models after 1975.
- Prizes are awarded in Best in Show, Best Club Participation, and Judge's Choice
Entries are required to submit one high-resolution image, exterior only, of their classic entry to email@example.com. Images are due by Wednesday, July 29, and will be shown as part of a virtual competition on Saturday, August 1 from www.galvestonhistory.org and www.beachrevue.com as well as online social media channels.