Staff Report Austin Coats of Rogers struggled with addiction for years, and then wrote his memoir entitled Spoons Are For Stirring Coffee (2012) about his struggle, that reviewers are calling “eye-opening,” “truly inspiring” and an “amazing story.” The author sat down with us to answer a few questions to give readers some insight into the…
The University of Arkansas Press has published a new edition of “Jelly Roll: A Black Neighborhood in a Southern Mill Town,” by Charles E. Thomas. The book, originally published in 1986, is a portrait of “Jelly Roll,” a small community of African-Americans living in company housing outside the Calion Lumber Co. in Calion and is…
By Zan Jarvis TFW Contributing Writer What would you do if a disabling illness struck you or a family member? Ginny Masullo of Fayetteville got blindsided when her husband Nick was diagnosed with a fatal nervous system disease. For others in similar straights, she’s written a guide. “It’s just a bare bones guide on how…
The recipe is the original, in her handwriting.
You broke the law today. And you’ll probably get away with it.
Purely from a geologist’s viewpoint, it isn’t much.
Seven days is but a fraction of your year.
You’re feeling rattlesnake-mean and madder than a wild bull.
The invitations started arriving about a month ago.
Once you’ve left home, can you ever go back?