Tuesday marked a key moment in the efforts by the city of Columbus to redevelop blighted areas of the city, a move that every citizen should support, even though it will mean an increase in taxes.
A remarkable thing happened last week.
Welcome teachers, as we present to you the Class of 2018.
When I was in high school, in the early 1960s, my family embarked on a car ride south -- from New Jersey to Florida, where we had relatives.
Let us briefly rest from the obscene world of politics and turn to the more wholesome subject of hookups at bars.
Most business executives fumed and groused for the eight years Barack Obama was in the White House. He was a former community organizer who had never met a payroll, and those in the corporate boardrooms thought he was no friend of free enterprise.
"14 'Healthy' Foods That Are Actually Bad for You" caught my attention. The article's author was Jennifer Cohen and the website was Forbes. As a healthy vegetarian, I knew I'd ace the list. I was wrong
Once again, the issue of the Mississippi state flag has come up for debate.
Lately I have been asked about some of the old church buildings of Columbus that have been lost to so-called progress.
What has the magic power to transport us through space and time back to a moment, whether happy or sad?
On Monday, from about noon until 3 p.m. (local time), most of us are going to stop what we're doing to note a natural phenomenon -- a solar eclipse. When the eclipse is full, at approximately 1:28 p.m., the sun will look like a small orange crescent and the skies will be dark, but not entirely dark.
It is important to look beyond the riot.
"They had found a leader, Robert E. Lee -- and what a leader! ... No military leader since Napoleon has aroused such enthusiastic devotion among troops as did Lee when he reviewed them on his horse Traveller."
I thought nothing regarding the Kemper power plant could surprise me anymore, but I was wrong.
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