Donna Britt, Metro columnist
On Saturday, Laurel resident Audene Harvey did something reckless and hopelessly retro.
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Choosing to Care And Comfort in Katrina's Wake (By Donna Britt, September 9, 2005)
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The Struggle To Think Outside The 'Black' Box (By Donna Britt, August 12, 2005)
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From Prosaic Arises Life's Sudden Poetry (By Donna Britt, July 22, 2005)
Here and Now, Luther Resonates In Fan's Heart (By Donna Britt, July 15, 2005)
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When Fathers Refuse to Be in Family Picture (By Donna Britt, June 24, 2005)
Jackson Perhaps Free to Redeem Himself (By Donna Britt, June 17, 2005)
Through Bonding, The Foreign Becomes Familial (By Donna Britt, June 10, 2005)
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