Category: Noted

Poetry: Mallard Ducks

A poem from Terri Kirby Erickson about a pair of old, married mallard ducks.

Simple Life: Cadillac Joe

While his azaleas are long gone, the legacy of Joe Franks — a man who loved listening to Sinatra while waxing his car — lives on.

Poetry: Society by Alleyna Roberts

This poem by Alleyna Roberts, the High School Poet Laureate at West Columbus High School, offers a reflection on feeling trapped by society.

Simple Life: The Birds of Paradise

A journalist tired of the news grind finds unexpected inspiration when he’s roped into coaching a rowdy baseball team.

Kiss Me I’m Irish

A TriangleComedian originally from Belfast describes her hilarious perspective on how Americans celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

March 2023 Poem: Letter to Madeline

This poem by Danae Younge is a reflection on the intricacies of childhood friendships, jealousy and shaping an identity.

Simple Life: Where Does the Light Go?

Reflections on a beloved friend’s passing — and the unexpected contentment that comes as one approaches an older age.

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