Monday, July 30, 2007

Coming Tuesday

Here's what the Star's metro staff is working on for tomorrow's paper.
  • Intern Christina Smith and photographer Stephen Gross team up again to profile a long-time Cleburne County resident. Clyde Johnson, at age 84 sews nearly everything in her home, as she has for most of her life. Most notable among her work is her quilts, which she makes entirely by hand.
  • A longtime Anniston resident known for his skill in the kitchen, and his warm personality, has died. Alfred Caro oversaw operations at the Annistonian restaurant downtown for decades. Staff writer Bill Edwards is working on a profile, and has located an archive photo of Mr. Caro at work.
There's more where that came from, so check us out in the morning.