For 36 years and counting, Linda Levens has been driving the bookmobile for the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County, making her way on back roads out to Peek’s Hill, Eastaboga, Bynum, Alexandria and other parts of the county far from the main library in downtown Anniston. Read the full story
Near the intersection of Choccolocco Road and Bain’s Gap Road in eastern Calhoun County, in the community called Pleasant Ridge, lies a solitary grave. Read the full story
Near the intersection of Choccolocco Road and Bain’s Gap Road in eastern Calhoun County, in the community called Pleasant Ridge, lies a solitary grave.
Starbucks Crystal Ball Frappuccino: Apparently having run out of mythical creatures to name novelty drinks after, last week Starbucks debuted the Crystal Ball Frappuccino, available for a limited time only. Thank heavens.
Like every other red-blooded American, I got an Instant Pot for Christmas. The Instant Pot — a new-fashioned pressure cooker — was last year’s hot toy for grownups.
Y’all, I can’t even. The New York Times has printed the word … I can’t even say it. Rhymes with “pitmole.” The closest I can come to saying that word in print is “s—hole.”
On the first day of December, I started off the morning at Anniston High School with a performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet for area schoolkids. Every year, Knox Concert Series invites hundreds of third-graders to see the ballet for free.