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Skip Johnson knows what he’s going to do with the rest of Oklahoma’s canceled baseball season. There are bass ponds and turkey hunts waiting for him.
As area residents are encouraged to stay at home or practice social distancing due to COVID-19, nutrition programs are still feeding those in need, but with modifications.
“Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha” (Penguin, 1993) by Irish author Roddy Doyle is a coming of age novel set in fictional Barrytown, North Dublin, in 1968. The story follows 10-year-old Patrick Clarke, his brother, Francis, and a gang of school friends as they roam the streets engaging in boyish pranks. Told in stream of consciousness narrative, we hear Paddy’s erroneous assumptions about life and people, his philosophical questions, and childish taunts in an Irish English dialect and sometimes in Irish Gaelic. His 10-year-old self is about as mischievous, funny and heartwarming as they come.
Area residents and out-of-town visitors devoured more than 1,000 pounds of mudbugs Saturday, when Kroner & Baer and Linney Breaux's hosted its 2nd Annual Crawfish Festival in downtown Tahlequah.