Playwright Ashley Edwards is the theater department coordinator at Northwest Arkansas Community College and co founder/playwright in residence of the LatinX Theatre Project, a coalition launched in 2016 to represent the voices of young people in Northwest Arkansas’s Latin American and minority communities. ArkansasStaged’s reading of “Field Notes from Mother Earth,” Edwards’ latest and a “work in progress,” is a two woman show. It also unfolds as a sort of meta anthropological exercise: Not only are the mentor and protegee at the center of the story both cultural anthropologists, but their conversation about the field notes they’ve collected as part of their work reveals another anthropological phenomenon the way women all over the world pass ideas and artifacts down to one another across generations.
On Friday at St. Elmo Christian Church, with the Revs. Pee Wee Denton and Tom Fedrigon officiating. When the bus carrying Dylan Fiddler hockey team would pass through the quiet intersection in northeast Saskatchewan marked by six white wooden crosses, he would close his eyes.junior hockey team would travel quite a few times a week from Carrot River to Saskatoon and back, and we would pass that intersection every time we traveled, the 27 year old said on the phone from Kingston, Ont., on Sunday.that intersection was still very difficult years later. It was a spot where you hope you can forget about it, and try to move past it.Fiddler was six years old when his mother, aunt, uncle and three young cousins were killed at the intersection known to locals as Armley Corner, where Highway 35 meets Highway 335.More than 20 years later, the bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos would have passed the same intersection moments before the horrific collision that left at least 15 dead.The Fiddler family had been traveling from Saskatoon to Carrot River to visit relatives on June 17, 1997. RCMP said the vehicle a half tonne truck truck ran a stop sign located on Highway 335 and crossed the path of a semi traveling southbound on Highway 35.
So what do I think of the Patchouli, one of the mostimportantplantsused inperfumery? Actually the fresh leaves smell ‘vague’ with none of the intensity I had expected. Since I can’t distill its perfume, I’ll going to dry the leaves instead. But no, I’ve no intention of starting a home perfumery or a Patchouli farm any time soon..
After some quick goodbyes at home, I drove over Mark West Springs Road, dodging chunks of limbs and trees. The wind was like a funnel in the canyon and I was extremely worried that a tree might fall in front or on top of my car. You think about these things happening, but count on the law of averages that it won My first glimpse of the Tubbs fire was the view coming down the grade in to Calistoga.