An old business: Musings on how we age
Jun30

An old business: Musings on how we age

The Aging Business is without question the oldest business on the planet.

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The first time I ate fried green tomatoes
Jun30

The first time I ate fried green tomatoes

My back-road explorations take me to little eateries tucked neatly in the middle of nowhere, whistle-stop places.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘Peaceful and loving’ march gets praise

Praise the Lord!

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Can the government legally force you to wear a mask?

In a pandemic, governments have the authority to do a lot of things that would otherwise be questionable.

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A tribute to the Thomas family and the News & Press

A special thank you to the Thomas family for their service as publishers of the News & Press for 64 years.

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Looking more deeply at the biography of a place

By Tom Poland The book is 9.25 inches long, 6.5 inches wide, and less than an inch thick. Its 182 pages present a world well-fed folks can only guess at. Harry Crews got just one Christmas gift as a boy, a Baby Ruth bar. That prepares us for a brutal world beautifully described. Georgia writer Crews used a typewriter but I choose to believe he wrote in longhand, a strong masculine script, each word articulated by his rough, raspy...

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