Post by Doris McCraw I love entertainment; movies, plays, opera, and symphony along with so many other forms. One thing I always stop and read when I'm researching is the entertainment that those in the 1800s enjoyed. Since I've been in the 'stacks' lately researching an outlaw for an upcoming presentation and paper, I thought … Continue reading Old West Entertainers
This post is by Joe Stephens I've been in Louisville, Kentucky since last Thursday doing the AP Reading. What that is, in a nutshell, is a couple thousand English teachers and professors from all over the country gather in one place to read and score 1.2 million essays that were written in May by … Continue reading Fun In The Big City
This post is by Nancy Jardine. If you’re a regular reader, then you’ll know that this Wranglers blog is contributed to by lots of different authors/writers who have their own writing preferences. We have poets like Doris McCraw who loves to work in a tight rhythm of 5/7/5 Haiku style. The poem below is a … Continue reading Every kind you can think of!
by Travis Richardson Today I am writing a quick and dirty post from Portland, Oregon, as I have been traveling over the past two weekends, and will do so for the next three. A weird convergence of a reunion, weddings and concerts has strung five events in a row. Last week I was in … Continue reading Branson Visit