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It’s called the Sawdust Road, the evangelical highway that crisscrosses the South and Southwest bringing Jesus, healings, hope and salvation to those who open their souls and wallets under the extraordinarily huge white tents (“the size of 2 football fields”). … Continue reading
Come in on Sunday, April 28th for original poetry presented by Sheryl Luna, Eleanor Swanson and Bob Cooperman! We’ll be starting at 7:00 pm!
“Nineteen years old and a widow. Mary Boulton. A widow by her own hand.” Dressed in mourning clothes of a lady, Mary crashes through bulrushes, ditches, streams and woods, pursued by bloodhounds and twin red-headed men with guns. The year … Continue reading
William Talmadge had a face that only a mother could love- lumpy, pockmarked, somewhat misshaped. Never mind that his mother had died while he and his sister Elsbeth were hardly more than children, or that his father’s death earlier had … Continue reading