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Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

July 19, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Adam Staten If one were to put a theme on this summer’s box office, it would be “sequels and superhero/action films”. Odds are pretty good that if you’re venturing out to the theater, you’re […]

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Not for sail

July 19, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Curtis Honeycutt My name is Curtis. I’m a 33-year-old man. I can’t swim. At some point during summertime childhood swimming lessons, I flunked and didn’t receive my certificate to move to the next class. […]

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Fiber: A moving experience

July 19, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Wendell Fowler Your last two or three meals may spend three hours in your stomach but up to three days traversing the dark recesses of your colon. Today, Americans consume too much dead, lifeless […]

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Last conversations with my mom

July 19, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Rick Hinton  When I pulled my mother out of the nursing home, bringing her back to her own house, I expected it to be of short duration. My sister-in-law, Lynn, expected the same, having […]

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Tell me a story…

July 19, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Jeremy Dunn There will always be a place for gifted storytellers. Whether it a be a longtime folktale, an enchanting story from Walt Disney or Jimmy Buffett selling out venues singing his tropical tales, […]

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Ant-Man and the Wasp

July 12, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Adam Staten As the summer season continues along, some of the biggest films of the year have already hit theaters. The bland and boring Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom continues to rake in the dough […]

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Peace, love and dogs

July 12, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Wendell Fowler Does your dog really care that Gravy Train makes its own gravy? The gravy is to attract your dollars, silly you! Today’s doggie junk food is stepped-on with corn, wheat, soy, animal […]

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What’s a moot?

July 12, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Curtis Honeycutt Joey: All right, Rach. The big question is, “does he like you?” All right? Because if he doesn’t like you, this is all a moo point. Rachel: Huh. A moo point? Joey: […]

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More conversations with my mom

July 12, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Rick Hinton I’d like to think I’m a funny guy. My sense of humor has always helped me to get through tough situations. In 2013 my mother contracted Spinal Meningitis. She was alone in […]