The United States conducts a census, as outlined in the Constitution, every 10 years. But federal law requires no information about individual respondents be made public for 72 years.
Do you know the one about MR DUCKS? I first heard it as a regular hanger-arounder at the photo kiosk in the Fort Henry Mall.
Here are three recipes that, to me, closely replicate some of my favorite Piccadilly standards.
Piccadilly’s Pecan Delight Pie was my favorite dessert when eating a the cafeteria — whether in Kingsport, Bristol, Johnson City or elsewhere while traveling — in my teens and for years afterward. Here’s my recipe for a pie that to me seems very similar.
Piccadilly Cafeteria, an opening-day tenant of Fort Henry Mall, has closed for good. I will miss the people as much as the food.
J.C. Penney announced last week that its Kingsport store in the Fort Henry Mall is among more than 150 slated for closure nationwide.
There’s no short way to describe the gift that was friendship with Roy H. Odom II. My best try: Roy was a joy.
Every now and again, it’s good to get off the blacktop and go explore up some gravel roads.
According to a January 2018 article on SouthernLiving.com, by Pam Lolley, a recipe for Hummingbird Cake “was first submitted to Southern Living in 1978 by Mrs. L.H. Wiggins of Greensboro, North Carolina.”
Accident which killed 14 people happened as bus was attempting to pass a car on the two-lane 11-W and met an oncoming truck in a curve.
The song, by Jim McGinnis, tales the story of the May 13, 1972, head-on wreck of a Greyhound bus and a tractor trailer near Bean Station that killed 14 people.
I learned a new word recently, or to quote the friend who taught it to me, “It’s a new word to me.” But as soon as I heard its definition, it brought back warm memories that led to comical tales told by Mom and her siblings about their childhood days.
I’ve been taking advantage of stay-at-home time to research my family tree, finding hidden treasures in obituaries included in old minutes of the Eastern District Association of Primitive Baptists.
One of the most interesting notes I got after my Holiday Inn column was published was about that sign being dismantled and the “rescue” of at least much of its neon tubing.
Ivory has long been my go-to hand soap. And the Young and the Restless is my longtime favorite TV “soap.” This shutdown has brought comfort from both.