Stop by the Western Fictioneers’ blog to read my article about four movies that share the same basic plot. Instead of writing about an April-in-history
February 17th and February 19th have a primary and secondary connection that makes the trivia-loving nerd in me happy as a dog wagging two tails.
52 years ago today, country music artist Merle Haggard had his third No. 1 hit with Sing Me Back Home. Stop by the Western Fictioneers’
Have Gun – Will Travel – September 14, 1957 During my growing-up years, I watched reruns or as-they-aired episodes of what are now classic television
We all have songs that mean something extra special to us whether by our associating them with a special event, a loved one, a precious
I will confess that I have a fondness for doughnuts. For me, doughnuts are as versatile as Forrest Gump’s shrimp. You can deep-fry them, bake
In the early 1990s on one of my visits home to Fort Morgan, Colorado from where I’d moved to take a teaching position in the
April 6, 1937 and April 6, 2016 are significant dates for those of us whose country music roots are in what I call ‘classic country’…