Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Stellar Cellar

The Cellar Restaurant at 220 Magnolia Ave. is located, according to the restaurant’s website, “in the historic home of President Warren G. Harding. Built in 1907 (the Property Appraiser’s website dates construction to 1901 -gm) by his father-in-law Amos H. Kling, the Hardings used the … Continue reading

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Ridin’ the Grey-dog

Once upon a time there was a certain romance about riding through the night on a Greyhound bus. I like the way Carl Perkins captured that feeling in his 1969 recording “Restless”: Well I walked up to the window and … Continue reading

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Cross Creek

I read – and fell in love with – Marjorie Kinnan Rawling’s Cross Creek several years before moving to Florida.  I was pleased to learn after moving here that the author’s home had been restored and is maintained by the state park system. … Continue reading

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