Texoma Living! Magazine does more for the local arts community than just about anyone. It was with great anticipation that I opened the March-April Art Issue and discovered the five new artists selected for the main story.
In the article on William “Billy” Collins “Young Men with Horns,” the two men on opposite sides of Mr. Collins were not identified. They were Dr. Clyde Lewis Hall and Hugh Vestal.
Your refund offer of my unused subscription is appreciated, but it is respectfully declined. Please take the money and instead buy yourself a beer. You have earned it.
For anyone who might want to read more about Simmon’s role in the capture of the Barrow Gang, “Assignment Huntsville” is an account by Simmons of his days at the state prison.
“Young Men with Horns,” was a delight to read.
It is easy to forget how important an influence teachers can be in our future lives. Today’s society has largely become disrespectful of the teaching profession— mostly without reason.
For at least ten years I have watched Dennis McCuistion’s talk show, The McCuistion Program, on KERA-TV Channel 13. I had no idea that he was a local resident.
I was in one of the home stores a while back and the young lady at the check out recognized me from the VIP Cigar Party picture page (Nov-Dec 2009)—a one-inch wide photo!
Four new recipes to add to my file! Thank you for the Potluck Favorites article.
City and county run animal shelters—the pound—don’t euthanize animals because they like it. They are doing the dirty work for people who get pets they get tired of, or who refuse to spay or neuter, and people who just dump animals without any thought at all. No-kill shelters like Arfhouse and the Texoma SPCA provide an alternative, but they need support from people who do give a damn about homeless animals.