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Jay Grelen

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When the time finally came

posted: 03/10/2013 3:44 a.m. Comment 1

They answered the all-call on the school’s public address system, 53 teachers and staff, to pose on stage for a photographer who was making an official Forest Park Elementary centennial-celebration photograph. This room where they posed is the Forest Park cafeteria.

Guitarist cares for kids needing homes

posted: 12/10/2011 4:21 a.m. Discuss

Arkansas guitarist Jason Truby, who wrote the title song for the Matrix Reloaded soundtrack, has wowed Hollywood with his harddriving, high-decibel musical arrangements.

Novelist inspired by Amish friend

posted: 08/06/2011 3:21 a.m. Discuss

Cindy Woodsmall, wh sets her romance novels i the world of the Amish, was bit the childhood rebel whos transgressions included fo bidden meetings with a frien while growing up in rura Maryland.

SWEET TEA: Strangers no more, a goodbye

posted: 07/03/2011 5:17 a.m. Comments 9

I thought I’d ride this column-writing gig into the Arkansas sunset.

SWEET TEA: His brand not panel’s cup of tea

posted: 06/30/2011 4:39 a.m. Discuss

Rush may know radio, but what Mr. Limbaugh knows about sweet tea wouldn’t fill one of the caps off a bottle of that beverage he is hawking.

SWEET TEA: Journalist on case, 33 years later

posted: 06/28/2011 5:19 a.m. Discuss

They found her shoes, her purse and her car.

SWEET TEA: A Shipp that passed in the light

posted: 06/26/2011 3:55 a.m. Discuss

If the police had listened to Chuck Crummy, the hounds of justice might have treed Whitey Bulger, one of the FBI’s 10 most wanted, a decade ago.

SWEET TEA: Tortillas best eaten by nibble

posted: 06/23/2011 5:02 a.m. Video | Discuss

You could do-rag your head with one of Brenda’s big flour tortillas or swaddle your sleeping newborn baby.

SWEET TEA: Holliday or -aday, it’s a Doc

posted: 06/21/2011 4:34 a.m. Discuss

It was only one vote, but it was an important vote to Doc Holladay in his first run to become sheriff of Pulaski County.

SWEET TEA: Pixie voice quickens a dad’s heart

posted: 06/19/2011 4:35 a.m. Discuss

I am not hearing — I know I can’t be hearing — the child I think I hear.

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