Meryl Williams Clark, Washington Post

Meryl Williams Clark

Washington Post

Parkersburg, WV, United States

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Past articles by Meryl:

U.S. missionaries kidnapped by Haitian gang escaped captivity, Christian aid group says

The general director of Christian Aid Ministries said people donated money to pay ransom, but he declined to say whether the organization ultimately paid the captors. → Read More

How I got a school mask mandate in my rural West Virginia community

Knowing a mask mandate was the only feasible way to keep classes in-person and our son safe, I reached out to the one parent-acquaintance I had in our school district who understood the covid-19 pandemic like I did. The movement grew from there. → Read More

The rewarding ways stepmoms and stepdads can shape kids

In the nature vs. nurture debate, stepparents only have nurture. For this stepmom, that isn’t a limitation. → Read More

Is ‘Big Little Lies” Madeline a Good Real Estate Agent?

Spoilers for Season 2, Episode 1 of “Big Little Lies.”“Big Little Lies” is back, and with it are some updates on what our favorite women of Monterey, California have been up to—including some new career moves. Way back in the pilot, Madeline (Reese Witherspoon) lamented that she wanted a second chapter in life, since her kids were becoming more independent. → Read More

5 Things Netflix’s ‘Tuca & Bertie’ Gets Right About Renting

The show gives a surprisingly detailed, real representation of renting in a city. → Read More

“The Simpsons” Has Been On TV for 30 Years—Here Are the Best Homes

Three decades, and they still have that couch. → Read More

Classic Billfold: What I Wanted From My Move to Portland and What I Got

I was on my third major U.S. city and while I’d loved Columbus, Chicago, and Portland, I had never felt a sense of destiny with any of them. → Read More

AOC just tweeted about something called "shine theory"—here's what that is

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just tweeted about something called "shine theory." Here's what it means and why it's so important. → Read More

The Office Christmas Episodes, Ranked from Worst to Best

Which holiday episode of The Office is the best? See where your favorite falls on our list. → Read More

A 3rd Royal Wedding? Our 'A Christmas Prince' Sequel Review

A review of the Netflix Original movie, "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding," streaming November 30. → Read More

Netflix's "The Holiday Calendar" Has a Supernatural Twist

A magical advent calendar is at the center of this new rom-com. → Read More

5 Tiny House Lessons We Learned from Grace & Frankie

Here are the takeaways from Coyote’s experience in his cute-on-the-outside, disaster-on-the-inside tiny cottage. → Read More

Need a Scary Movie to Watch? Netflix Created a Flow Chart

Need a scary movie to watch? Netflix created a flowchart, along with a 31 Days of Halloween calendar. → Read More

Here's How Much the Sharp Objects Dollhouse Cost to Build

Be warned: Spoilers for the ending of Sharp Objects are to follow. Do not read if you still plan to watch the August 26 finale. → Read More

Will There Ever Actually Be More Gilmore Girls Episodes?

The rumor mill keeps getting our hopes up, but we're not holding our breath. → Read More

The Sharp Objects Victorian Belies Its Spooky Secrets

Explore Sharp Objects' Southern Gothic home where horrible things seem to have happened to its inhabitants. → Read More

It's Friday The 13th, So Watch These Scary Movies

It’s the perfect opportunity to stream your favorite horror flicks with friends and some popcorn. → Read More

Netflix Wants You To Have a Steamy, Rom Com-Fueled Summer

Netflix wants you to have a steamy, romantic comedy-filled summer. Here are all the new releases headed your way. → Read More

This Disney Channel Show Has So Much Detail & It's a Delight

Pay attention to the Mystery Shack. → Read More

What Did TV Fans Used To Do To Save Their Favorite Shows?

There were no hashtag campaigns. → Read More