Sous La Terre: Montgomery’s Underground Jazz Club

If you are a jazz aficionado and have never been to Sous La Terre, you owe it to yourself to go downtown one Friday or Saturday night and listen to Henry Pugh, Jr. play at this “Downtown-Underground” jazz club. For a quarter of a century, this Jazzman has entertained Montgomery’s jazz fans.

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Anatomy of a Horse Thief

Thursday, at 10:00 p.m., the Reverend Elijah Goodman, returning home from church services, observed a pickup truck with a horse trailer parked in front of the Pope Plantation front gate. The Rev. Goodman assumed that the Popes were preparing to take their horses trail riding the following morning. What he didn’t know, was at that moment a horse thief was taking Heidi, Harriet Pope’s 20 year old bay Quarter Horse mare. . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a Horse Thief

November is Hog Killing Season

Margaret and Major Cox at a Hog Killin’ Time Barbecue

As a child growing up in rural Alabama, I always thought that the first frost was the beginning of the hog killing season. Since there were seasons for all things, why not a Hog Killing Season? I was not ever sure when the hog . . . → Read More: November is Hog Killing Season