Benji Tunnell: Journal reveals movie columnist's pain, angst
People often approach me to ask about what it is like living the glamorous life of a movie reviewer. After calling off the three burly men I employ to keep back the legion of adoring female readers, I set down my glass of champagne, push back my plate of caviar, and invite them to sit while I explain to them that it is not all fabulous movie premieres and hobnobbing with celebrities.
Craig Tally: Simple levers can open unknown doors
Imagine the humiliating astonishment I felt upon learning that my new truck, which I had owned for about eight months, actually had a third door!
Rich Brown: Couple marks ninth straight year with overseas ministry
Mark Benz concluded his work as the Joplin Globe circulation director in 2002, the same year he and his wife, Rhonda, adopted two Cambodian orphans.
Ryan Richardson: Advocates make Joplin great place for pets
I know I do most of the big things right with my dog, and I'm sure she is thankful for it.
Jacque Gage: Inspirational fiction changes for better
In recent years, there has been a fiction genre that's continually gotten more attention from the mainstream library press.
Rolling right along: Joplin skating rink reopens under new owners, new name
The blue concrete floor is no longer there. The wall-mounted movie scene murals of the gondola, the chariot, the carriage and log cabin are also gone. But spinning from the ceiling is a famed disco ball.
- SLIDESHOW: Take a Shot: extras of youth hunting Hunting is an important rite of passage for many families across the region. We asked for pictures of kids during hunting season for Take a Shot in the Nov. 24 edition of the Globe. We received so many pictures that we posted many of the extras online.
Joe Hadsall: Adventures in vanity: New decade, new hairdo
This is a big deal, because I change hairstyles maybe once a decade. Seriously, my hairstyle can positively identify with decades. Not good decade trends, by any means, but decades nonetheless.
New South singer excited for Christmas show
Jason Robinson loves Christmas, but he's not sure he's actually ready for it to start in October.
City's annual window display features a real doll
Christmas colors, usually red and green, will include plenty of pink this year at City Hall.
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