By D. R. Bartlette My family dumpster dived for years. My mother used to tell me about how she and my grandfather would take a load of trash to the dump and come back with more stuff than what they left home with.
The AFI’s latest list What are the best American films ever? Ten years ago the American Film Institute asked that question. Recently the AFI asked it again.
Brave Combo, Opera in the Ozarks, TheatreSquared’s The JungalBook
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By Bruce Cochran Hello Everyone, This week we will begin a look at summertime reds. With red wine’s increasing popularity, plus so many grilled dishes that are good with it, let’s start assembling a go-to list of good red wine options for the coming months.
Esoteric Astrology as news for week June 28-July 4, 2007 A Birthday and a Lighted House
In chainsaw we trust: The disaster of defoliation in Fayetteville’s brave new world by Zan Jarvis Ah, Spring! The sound of the chainsaw is heard throughout the land! As Fayetteville explodes, the trees are suffering. Apparently we don’t clearly realize that the suffering of the Standing People, as the “primitive” original residents of this land…
Duke 3, Mob 0 By Doug Thompson Saturday’s disbarment of Mike Nifong, the Durham, N.C. prosecutor who wrongfully indicted the Duke University lacrosse players of raping a stripper, leaves a standing warning to news organizations everywhere. We’re not the only ones who sometimes don’t let the facts get in the way of a good story….