Dark was the night, darker the trees. Only the moon allowed me to see ...
Wonder what Joe would have said about "Bobby" winning the Nobel.
I recently bought a painting by Josh Meador from a Nevada art dealer. It arrived today and got me thinking about how history and art are intertwined.
Dickie Scruggs' visit to Columbus Tuesday -- he spoke at the Rotary Club to make his pitch for his non-profit designed to provide support for adult literacy/job training -- captured my attention as soon as his visit was announced.
Last month, there was monsoon flooding along the borderline of Bangladesh and India.
Before he was governor of Mississippi, Haley Barbour was a national Republican insider, serving as a senior adviser to President Ronald Reagan and, during the same career phase, chairman of the Republican National Committee.
I recall from my childhood an elderly cousin, Dr. William Richards. After a good meal he would often look up and announce that he had had an "elegant sufficiency."
"Where flowers bloom, so does hope." Lady Bird Johnson Planting has always been pretty much hit or miss around here.
I recently spoke to the Day One Leadership class on the MSU campus.
"So how serious were you when you said you wanted to help?"
Monday, the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors met with city of Columbus and members of the Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority to dig deep into the issues facing the parks system.
Today, the Bicentennial of Mississippi kicks off here in Columbus but another bicentennial is also fast approaching -- that of the founding of Columbus.
This week is Banned Books Week, a week the American Library Association (ALA) sets aside each year to call attention to what, in the minds of literate people, is the one of the most frustrating, wrong-headed, counter-productive practices in civilized society.
The presidential election has, by all accounts, been an unpleasant experience regardless political affiliation.
It is the time of year in Mississippi where, at some unsuspected turn in the road, the landscape turns a bright white.
It was the oddest thing. There beside the ducks' feeding bowl was a golden egg -- seriously, a golden egg.
One night Ray Mabus was on the veranda of the presidential palace in Mexico City observing that nation's independence day fireworks with the president of Mexico.
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Linda Swift sits in front of a large picture window with sagging Venetian blinds and sews.
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