Monthly Archives: April 2015

I Wanted to Be Boggs, but I’m More Like Buckner

By Colin Woodward Back in 2009, my then girlfriend (now wife), bought me a pack of baseball cards. I saw the cards of many players I grew up with. Two of them, Wade Boggs and Bill Buckner, played on the … Continue reading

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Arkansas Historical Association Meeting, 2015

Johnny Cash has been good to me. I was in West Memphis last week at the annual meeting of the Arkansas Historical Association. I was representing my employer, the Center for Arkansas History and Culture at the University of Arkansas … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead and the American Apocalyptic Tradition

By Colin Woodward The Walking Dead is regarded as one of the best shows on television. It’s certainly the most violent and disturbing. I  have watched it from the beginning, and it is not a show that leaves you feeling … Continue reading

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