Congratulations Tennessee, you’re getting national attention.
Longtime Chattanooga TV news anchorman Bob Johnson passed away last week following a 14-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease. He was 73.
In my continuing quest to write about something that doesn’t include the word “pandemic,” I’d like to explore how kids are spending their time…
As I write this, it has been 113 days since the first COVID-19 case was identified in my home county.
What a country, right?
While doing some research on an upcoming book project, I was looking through some 1930s era newspapers.
Last week my wife said, “Remember when we used to go to the movies?”
Do these names mean anything to you? Zayre. Miller Brothers. Loveman’s. Proffitt’s. Hill’s. G.C. Murphy’s. Gibson’s. Woolworth’s.
Like many of you, I have worked from home for the past three months and it has given me a chance to familiarize myself with my new surroundings.
We all have them, tucked away in our memory bank.
Have you noticed that people often don’t say what they really mean?
High school graduations have gotten a lot of attention lately, because if not for the pandemic, another group of 18-year-olds would finally ge…
Harold Reid had one of the most familiar voices in music history, his songs are still played on classic country radio stations, and yet most f…
I usually write a “thankful” column around Thanksgiving, as do many writers.
Dear 2020: Maybe I should wave the white flag.
We are apparently approaching the peak of the COVID-19 crisis and we are being tested.
We’re in the midst of a pandemic that could result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans, and the experts call that a “best-case…
What a year this month has been, right?
Just a few days ago, we were complaining about life’s little annoyances.
Life is going to be weird for a while.
I don’t know many super-rich people.
This column usually offers a safe space from politics, but occasionally I have to wade into the deep water.
On Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019, we almost lost LaTrice Currie.
Last week I confessed my ongoing love of the Three Stooges.
Recently, a columnist opining about the hijinks in our nation’s capital made a reference to the Three Stooges.
So there I was, sitting at home after a hard day’s work, looking for peace and tranquility.
Whenever you meet a “baby boomer” from our area, a few questions always come up.