Looking back at the resourceful spirit that burgeoned after soldiers returned from WWII and made homes for their families.
Fresh-cut grass stirs up memories of you love and early entrepreneurship during writer Jim Dodson’s teen years.
A self-professed couch potato ventures to new frontiers — the greenway, the American Tobacco Trail, and beyond — and finds herself.
This poem is by Leah Dew, the High School Poet Laureate at South Columbus High School, and reflects on the passage of time.
This peaceful poem by the East Columbus Junior/Senior High School Poet Laureate finds joy in humanity and our cities.
A poem from Terri Kirby Erickson about a pair of old, married mallard ducks.
While his azaleas are long gone, the legacy of Joe Franks — a man who loved listening to Sinatra while waxing his car — lives on.
The Southern author discusses her latest novel, Silver Alert. The 15th book from Smith, it leaves readers with memorable characters.
This poem by Alleyna Roberts, the High School Poet Laureate at West Columbus High School, offers a reflection on feeling trapped by society.
The NC State University professor talks to WALTER about her new book, which is about a mysterious and prolific female writer.
From egg-laying bunnies to a cheese-centric spread, here are seven staples of a Southern celebration.
A journalist tired of the news grind finds unexpected inspiration when he’s roped into coaching a rowdy baseball team.
The best-selling author of Cold Mountain opens up about his latest novel and its similar themes of self discovery.
Thoughts on a milestone 70th birthday from this columnist and his group of friends known as the Stuffed Potato Philosophy & Adventure Club