Take for instance the story of Mary, a 5-ton elephant who — get this — was hanged in 1916 after killing a circus employee in Tennessee. The eerie tale provided the perfect backdrop for the Rob Winn Anderson play “A Tennessee Walk,” which begins a weekend run at Jacksonville State University Thursday. The plot travels between the past and present day as the main character is forced to relive an event she witnessed at the time of the hanging by talking to a young news reporter.
Frames, cubes and fabric: Not your everyday jewelry box Both Ricks and I like to see all our options when getting dressed, so we looked for jewelry storage options that would store as well as display our jewelry. We both have a ton of accessories and being able to see it also allows us to avoid buying things we don’t need.
Old T-shirts f ind new life as a braided rug My latest binge was my T-shirts. Soft, faded lovely old T-shirts. I cannot give away, let alone throw away, a T-shirt. I just stash it away in my Clothes To Be Repurposed Box, knowing one day that it would serve some Greater Purpose.
Just a little time with my girls That’s why I’m so excited about this Father’s Day, because I’m gonna spend time with my girls — hokey as that sounds. We’re going bowling. We’re gonna bowl a few games, try not to be sore losers, eat some gnarly snack bar food and make fun of eachother in those hideous bowling shoes.
Variety of classes makes f itness fun So with all these types of classes out there what are you waiting on? It can be way more fun getting fit in a class setting than all alone in your basement gym. I recently took a survey of some of the class students at the YMCA and asked them, “What is your favorite fitness class and why?
Templeton, McDill Mr. and Mrs. Steven Creg Templeton of Heflin announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Lindsey Templeton, to William Reid McDill, son of Elizabeth Bennett McDill of Carrollton, Ga., and Alton Keith McDill of Bay Minette.
Arabella Hamrick Kevin and Brittney Hamrick of White Plains are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter, Arabella Leigh Hamrick, who was born at 11:34 a.m. April 21, 2013, at Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center.
Charles, Hill Ms. Laura Beth Daugherty of Heflin and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mac Charles Jr., also of Heflin, announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Elaine Charles, to Todd Gavin Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Gene Hill of Eastaboga.
Lewallyn, Rhyne Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stanley Lewallyn of Vestavia Hills announce the engagement of their daughter, Claire Augusta, to Robert Rhett Rhyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hoffman Rhyne Jr. of Benton.
New novel a glorious glance at late-19th century NYC “The Golem and the Jinni” is a compelling, magical folk tale that tells the story of two mystical beings who find themselves drawn to each other on the lower East Side of New York City at the turn of the last century.
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By Steven Whitton Special to The Star Anniston Star
Artists share work with the public Martin, who finds his painting inspiration in the tropics, and Lori Jean Smith, who finds refuge in performing in church sanctuaries, both love to capture the unique beauty of the scenes and sounds they create. But the satisfaction isn’t complete until they share their art.