THE OLD ROCKER: Songs send loving words to valentines
Valentine’s Day is a time when love songs leap to the forefront.
FEATURES COLUMN: I’d like to live in Downton Abbey for a day
Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood has nothing on the World War I era aristocracy of Greta Britain.
From apples to stop signs, red is the color of many things.
The color red represents the heart, bloody battle fields and warnings.
FAITH COLUMN: Prayer was focal point of angry debate
The church will always struggle with the temptation to use power to define the parameters of holiness and reach consensus on the nature of God. Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us, all sinners.
OPINION: Drones could be the answer to safely quenching your thirst
FAA drones on for 74 pages about how flying beer in by remote control is against the rules.
FEATURES COLUMN: As with measles, mumps have made something of a comeback lately
One of the reasons for the resurgence of measles is that there are an increasing number of Americans who fail to get vaccinations.
TH DIXIE DIVA: Every kid should spend part of the summer doing some old fashioned hard work
When battling writer’s block, making an assault on Hell’s Hill a source of inspiration.
HEALTH AND FITNESS: You can celebrate Valentines Day without overindulging
Adding a little color and creativity to food and drink makes Valentine’s Day more fun for kids.
FEATURES COLUMN: Guerrilla tactics heat up battle of the thermostat
Never draw an open battle line in the battle of the thermostat until you know which side the polar bears will take.
From food to fans, here is a hodgepodge of information about the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XLVIII will be broadcast in 30 different languages.
HEALTH & FITNESS: Science does not change, but our knowledge of it does
As we age, our ability to move about is one of the more important quality of life issues that we face.
FEATURES COLUMN: Stupid questions sometimes sneak up on you
Sometimes you have to think before you open your mouth.
FAITH COLUMN: The public stance on the constitution has made many Copts uncomfortable
Coptic Christians comprise about 10 percent of the Egyptian population and have endured ostracism and violence over the centuries.
FEATURES COLUMN: Good conversation can be good for the soul
Good conversation can be good for the soul.
FEATURES COLUMN: Southern manners tend to rub off on others
There are many things I love about the South. But here’s what I love just a little bit better than all the rest: We believe mightily in courtesy and manners.