There’s an Oxford Restaurant history thread going absolutely nuts on Facebook
The focus is on restaurants gone, with some folks posting about current places.
I’ve commented about my favorites gone-by (Ruby’s, L&M, Marie’s, the Busy Bee) and earliest recalls (Winter’s, Jim’s Burgers) along with various bbq places (Kay’s, Loebs-Coleman’s, Deke’s).
It’s a very active […]
At Dean Faulkner Wells’s graveside service yesterday, everyone sang “Bye Bye Blackbird,” which (as I’m sure Dean was fully aware would happen when she asked for that) broke everyone up, and Jim Dees read the excerpt below from Wallace Steven’s “Sunday Morning.”
We live in an old chaos of the sun, Or an old […]
That’s former Louisiana Governor and federal penitentiary inmate Edwin Edwards, walking from his wedding at the Monteleone Hotel to lunch at Galatoire’s.
He’s also planning a 500+ plate dinner and roast (which is to be lead by Louisiana Democratic Party head Buddy Leach). As the Times Picayune story notes, he fits Louisiana’s love […]
Posted in memory of Dean Faulkner Wells, 1936-2011.
As I wrote in late 2009, DNA at the site where the victims were found in the West Memphis Three case has been identified as linked to one of the victim’s stepfather but none to any of the three convicted in the murders. A defense motion has just been filed, reported in the Commercial […]
On the north side of Bruce, Mississippi, just to the West of Highway 9 on a little gravel road is a 20+ foot tall sculpture of a guy built entirely out of tires.
I’m not sure how I missed noticing this before, but it caught my attention this weekend. I’m sorry the […]
I got Boston buts from Stan’s, who is getting their pork from Brown Family Farm, rubbed it with some spices (paprika, kosher salt, demara sugar, dry mustard, ground cumin, ground chili arbol) and then cooked it about 24 inches over hickory coals in an enclosed pit for about fourteen hours.
Things started slowly– […]
It should be a good one.
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This is Mayor Dean’s final campaign ad. I know essentially nothing about Mayor Dean, but this ad– which “thanks Nashville” and shows children with art remembering the flood in Nashville– is incredibly cool for its music, Charley Patton’s song “Highwater Everywhere,” about the 1927 flood.
Charley Patton was in the first generation of […]
This was on Letterman last night.