After graduating from Norwalk High in 1988, Laura Owens has become a nationally known artist.
What’s black and white and red (read) all over?
Her favorite book for all time? “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.
In the Eastern U.S., if you greet people you don’t know with a friendly “hello” and a smile, don’t be offended if they don’t smile back.
You can find her on Facebook, but you will find the real Debbie Leffler in the kitchen, cooking dinner, wishing for more human interaction.
Columnist discusses what she likes about live theater.
Columnist discusses why this cabbage-like cultivated plant of the mustard family is so good.
Columnist relates unpleasant experiences with water in the house.
Columnist takes issue with with “baggage irregularity” experience involving Southwest Airlines.
Columnist discusses Norwalk native who now serves as “senior executive chef” of the House of Representatives in Washington.
Columnist recalls route family used to take to Nebraska for Christmas.
NHS journalism class visit to newspaper conjures up memories of how it used to be at the Norwalk Reflector.
It’s the closeness with the adult reading the book that matters — the warmth, the smiles, the page turning together.
It was a beautiful day for a football game — even if Cleveland lost again.
Columnist loves food options as seasons change.