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A Curt’s Café Memoir

By Peggy Tarr It is March, Women’s History Month, a month to honor women for their accomplishments and contributions to history, culture, society, and support of each other. It is a time to love, honor, and show respect for women and have compassion for their challenges.  About a week ago, I walked down Central Street […]

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Peggy Tarr: Gumption

It is March, Women’s History Month, a month to honor and show respect for women and their accomplishments and have compassion for their challenges.  In 2002, a book was published entitled, “That Takes Ovaries: Females and Their Brazen Acts.” The book is a collection of individually written stories by women that encounter situations in which […]

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Bible Belt-ed

As mentioned in an earlier article, I spent several weeks in the South a while ago.  Friends told me that I had been in the “Bible Belt.”  I decided to Google “Bible Belt.”  According to Wikipedia: “The Bible Belt is an informal region in the Southern United States in which socially conservative evangelical Protestantism plays a strong role […]

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Our Future!

The God Was sat shaking its head, distressed by hearing what was said by humans who lied and distorted facts and unconscionably committed barbaric acts. Compassion and ethics! Where now were they? Why were they so lacking in life today? It seemed that for humans a major new creed now embraced selfishness, cruelty and greed […]