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Craig McCartney

I’m An Indian, Too

Family stories are the best. And Southern family stories are practically an art form. Of course, some of the more lurid ones don’t get talked about much, and certainly not […]

You’re The Top (Of My Feed)

I found out something this week I didn’t know, and it wasn’t something I had known but just forgotten—which happens with more frequency these days. (Please don’t show this admission […]

And The Oscar Goes To…

After a lifetime of following the Oscars and most of the other award shows, I’m feeling a bit out of touch these days. Maybe even a little curmudgeonly. It’s been […]

Anxiety, Doubt and A Dash of Voltaire

It started as soon as we got to baggage claim in Washington on Wednesday of last week. As most of the people I could see were wearing a “Make America […]

The Password Is…Inauguration

So here’s the deal. I’m meeting a friend for lunch, and she’s running a little late. The restaurant is not very busy, just a couple of ladies at a nearby […]

That’s Entertainment!

Based on some of the comments that came across my Facebook feed following Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech, I may be in the minority when I say I love it […]

Well, Let Me Say This About That Real Reel

We just threw together a few of Craig’s most delightful moments! Enjoy!

We Need A Little Christmas

I just wrote a column with the title “The Winter of Our Discontent.” It had references to Shakespeare, Steinbeck, Bertha Bumiller and Regina Giddens, but it was just a little […]

The Hairway Of Life

If you read last week’s column (and I hope you did), I told you we might talk this week about why one should never offend a hairdresser if I didn’t […]

Past and Present Restaurant Anecdotes

I found out when I was 16 years old that Daddy believed having a driver’s license meant that I was supposed to have a job when I wasn’t in school. […]