Stanberry man plunges into plastic business
It was a long, painstaking process, especially when he had to make small parts, and it produced a lot of waste. At his wife’s urging, he finally decided to invest in a computer numerical control (CNC) cutting machine about two months ago — which he … Read more on News-Press Now
Creative Career Advice From An Emmy-Winning Screenwriter
From Lindsey Stanberry via Refinery29
Jane Anderson’s had an enviable career. The Emmy-winning screenwriter got her start as an actress in New York City in the ‘70s, starring in David Mamet’s first hit play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago. In the '80s, she moved to L.A. to write movies. She went on to pen the scripts for a number of big-screen hits, including It Could Happen to You and How to Make an American Quilt, and to work on some of the best shows on TV (The Wonder Years, Mad Men). Last week, she scored her fifth Emmy nod for her adaptation of Olive Kitteridge, an HBO miniseries starring Frances McDormand.