FAITH COLUMN: There are many motivations for giving church another try
God uses many motivating factors to encourage people to engage in worship.
OPINION: Coping with California traffic is hard, especially with conflicting navigators
Dependence on electronic driving guidance is something that needs recalculating.
OPINION: Despite his wide travels, John Parker has an affinity still for Athens
Even with great career success with Coca-Cola, John Parker has never lost perspective.
THE DIXIE DIVA: The score always gets settled, but often not as fast as you would like
Lessons of honesty taught by our parents pay off big when we practice them in life.
According to Peter J. Bentley, a PhD who is a so-called expert on the science of bad days, a bad day only exists if we allow it to. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The Old Rocker: A look back at the year that just ended
Everybody will have special memories of 2013. For the Old Rocker, it is the year that many of the most successful music stars died.
FEATURES COLUMN: Looking back at years gone by.
The fine for being “plain drunk” more than doubled in January 1916. See what else was happening in the first month of the year in other years.
FAITH COLUMN: Touching on money matters is usually touchy with congregations
Pope Francis isn’t the first religious leader to say tough things about capitalism and he won’t be the last.
Phone call can be a calling to make a connection and build an everlasting bond
About 1 in 12 Americans have asthma, and the numbers are increasing every year. Asthma is a serious, sometimes life-threatening chronic disease that causes wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness and coughing.
OPINION: Art tours of the future may include preserved tattoos
An Amsterdam entrepreneur rocks the art world with his plans to preserve his tattoo after he dies.
THE DIXIE DIVA: A mission to raise status of Robert E. Lee makes bigger hero out of Charlie Tinker
The diaries of Charlie Tinker, a friend of President Abraham Lincoln, are the first comments on Lincoln by a friend to be unearthed in the last 100 years, one historian notes.
FEATURES COLUMN: Even when temperatures plummet, Boston is an electric city
There’s something special about dining in the same establishment that served the likes of John F. Kennedy and Daniel Webster.
SHERIFF'S COLUMN: Rights that exist only on paper are not rights
Heroes such as Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. persevered through great hardships in their pursuit of equality for all men. Each left a legacy.
FEATURES COLUMN: A Christmas sign leads to a New Years resolution
A dog and cold pucks of frozen dough lead to a new resolve to master the art of lace bread.
THE OLD ROCKER
As we prepare to lower the curtain on 2013, we are set to raise it once again on 2014, one of the most important and critical years in rock ‘n’ roll history.