I heads-upped you in my previous post (below) but the day arrived TODAY! In the form of my contracts from WM / E in Beverly Hills!
Never one to call attention to myself, I’ve mentioned my national tour of a few years ago in “Split Ends: The Tammy Wynette Story” only once before, here.
The Arkansas-Democrat’s Sunday (Feb. 28) Guest Column, “Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t serve,” by George Schroeder, M.D., begins with a dream, ends with a lie and begs the question, “Why?” The dreamer, Dr. Schroeder (“I dreamed . . .)
ARKANSAS MAX AND THE TOMB OF THE ÜBERTROLLS A tale beyond comprehension begins nearly 4,000 years ago, yet it’s timely as today’s Teabaggers.
Main Street’s fondly-remembered heyday in Little Rock was over 50 years ago. The glory days of Blass’s, Pfeifer’s, Kempner’s and Cohn’s. Arkansas’ exciting Capital – The Rock!
Arkansas lawmakers apparently feel this will help women and their physicians make a wrenching personal decision.
The Chinese New Year begins on February 14 – Year of the Tiger / Fixed Element Wood.
It’s been so Christmassy these past few weeks I’m pretty much beyond blessed and party-pooped.
Though not a virgin, I play one in this year’s Nativity pageant at my niece’s school.
AP Little Rock, Ar. – Judge Ellen and Max Brantley accept the Norma Bates Authentic Heirloom Collectors' Edition Plaque of Excellence Award on behalf of “Huckabee Haiku” Winner Hugh Mann from Norma Bates Wednesday at the award luncheon at Bates’ home.
HUGH MANN!2009'S WINNERAP Little Rock, Ar. -- Arkansas Times newbie blogger Hugh Mann won 2009's coveted Authentic Heirloom Collectors' Edition Norma Bates Plaque of Excellence Award for the "Huckabee Haiku" sweepstakes midnight Wednesday with this memorably profound entry:“Reach out upward palm.