What is in a name? A lot. It could create confusion, embarrassment, or simply a hassle. Bettye Anding has person experience with this one, and she investigates those name choices in this week's "Silver Threads." Read More »
It was Oscar Wilde, in The Importance of Being Ernest (1895), who had one of the characters say, “All women become like their mothers .…”and Bettye Anding investigates his accusations in this week's "Silver Threads." Read More »
Educator and New Orleans native, Folwell Dunbar, knows that when the summer hits, the city slows down. Many flee the heavy heat for the close-by shores, and whether you are in the city or at the beach, there are pages that beg for your eyes. As an avid historian and reader, Folwell has put together his top 100 non-fiction and top 100 fiction books.
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