Dr. Arnold Smith, already known for dabbling in Delta politics, a personal approach to oncology, exceedingly peculiar insurance claims, collecting used bricks, and for being charged in an outlandish scheme to hire a hit on Greenwood attorney Lee Abraham, has written a letter to the editor of the Greenwood Commonwealth. In what the paper […]
The Mississippi Historic Preservation website is doing a poll to vote on “101 Mississippi Places to See Before You Die,” with the focus being architectural and historic importance. They’ve already voted in several areas; for the next two weeks, they are doing the vote for the Oxford/Holly Springs/Senatobia/Sardis area.
Among the places up for […]
The wooden board above, and below, represents a soon-to-be ramp where ironwork used to be.
I take in complete earnestness accessibility issues. At the same time, I am completely serious about historic preservation. I know these two goals can collide at times and something has got to give.
But it would seem to […]
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Doing a post about the National Film Registry, I went to link one of my posts from last year about last years list, and discovered that www.folo.us was is apparently off the internet. It’s back now, but if this happens again, fFor those trying to find things there, for now you […]