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A Stone's Throw: The short story

Posted 6/11/2016 in Columns

SOS! I really think I need something to save me from an unexpected problem.

 

 

Out and About for the week of June 12, 2016

Posted 6/11/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of June 12, 2016

Posted 6/11/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

Some tips for keeping weddings smartphone-free

Posted 6/11/2016 in Community

Once you decide on an "unplugged wedding," you have to get the word out.

 

 

School news: MSMS area graduates

Posted 6/11/2016 in Community

 

 

School news: Heritage Academy Honors

Posted 6/11/2016 in Community

 

Those pesky evergreen bagworms

Posted 6/11/2016 in Community

Heavy infestations of evergreen bagworms can cause serious damage to Leyland cypress and other non-pine needle-bearing evergreens like junipers and cedars, and bagworms sometimes damage Indian hawthorn.

 

Heat stress and sunburns are real summer threats

Posted 6/11/2016 in Community

Boating in the summertime can seem like the perfect way to escape the heat, but it is important for everyone enjoying outdoor activities to be aware of sun safety.

 

All wrapped up: Summertime grills call for fast, foil pack dinners

Posted 6/8/2016 in Food

A short road trip I took into south Mississippi this past weekend included a stop at a popular national restaurant chain where foil-wrapped "campfire" meals are currently a featured special.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Bon appetit -- on the road

Posted 6/8/2016 in Food

I am most definitely not a restaurant critic, although my friends will tell you that I am a critic when we go out to eat.

 

 

An alphabet soup guide to confusing restaurant menu terms

Posted 6/8/2016 in Food

Okonomiyaki, anyone? A survey released Tuesday for the restaurant reservation site OpenTable showed that style of savory Japanese pancake is the No. 1 most befuddling term among 2,035 diners, with one in five saying they won't order something they don't understand on a menu.

 

Try a guilt-free dessert with a pear and chocolate crumble

Posted 6/8/2016 in Food

My four daughters all have a sweet tooth, and I blame genetics. I can sidestep French fries, chips and salty stuff pretty easily, but chocolate makes me drool.

A spicy turn on grilled cheese

Posted 6/8/2016 in Food

When it comes cooking, my father has never really strayed into the kitchen.

A winged fancy: Big rigs to tiny flyers -- that's the large and small of it for one Columbus collector

Posted 6/4/2016 in Community

The odds of finding a big rig trucker who has a fascination with dainty hummingbirds may be fairly slim, but Ollie Hollis of Columbus fills the bill.

CD release party launches 'Welcome to the Show'

Posted 6/4/2016 in Entertainment

Songwriter and musician Shane Tubbs of Columbus has been singing all his life, but in public for only 10 years or so. His earliest outing on stage, other than church, was a Columbus Arts Council Open Mic program.

 

Being Beautiful: Time stands still, then passes us by

Posted 6/4/2016 in Columns

I remember sitting for hours turning the white knobs left, then right, on that little red square from my toy box.

 

Orchids find a sweet spot with unintentional gardener

Posted 6/4/2016 in Community

Betty Thornbrough modestly insists she has no green thumb. The blooming display of orchids in her office at First United Methodist Church, however, begs to differ.

Southern Gardening: Vermillionaire can fend for itself, flower all summer

Posted 6/4/2016 in Columns

Like almost every gardener I know, I want a gorgeous looking garden and landscape that is drought tolerant and requires little maintenance.

 

Out and About for the week of June 6, 2016

Posted 6/4/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of June 6, 2016

Posted 6/4/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

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