8:00 PM Nov 9, 2014
Is there anything more exasperating, more maddening, than when a teen in your family refuses to answer a question by speaking instead of shrugging? Is there anything that drives you closer to the edge than a son or daughter who won’t offer an audible opinion, participate in a dinner conversation or even utter a preference? Both of us have been there—and to be honest, neither of us had the patience to discover a remedy.
2:00 PM Nov 9, 2014
A month or so ago I wrote of a hand where I had successfully finessed a three by playing the deuce from dummy and covering opponent’s three with my four.
10:00 AM Nov 9, 2014
I’ve heard the term Millennial a lot lately, and I get the feeling it’s supposed to strike fear in me.
8:00 AM Nov 9, 2014
A few weeks ago I brought you information about the Walmart Savings Catcher program compensating consumers with cash back when a lower price was found at competitors.
7:00 PM Nov 8, 2014
“I believe that the role of limited government should be looking after the needs of veterans, the elderly, children and those institutions that improve the quality of life for struggling families. I don’t believe that government should bend to serve the needs of subsidized multi-national corporations and entitled billionaires.” — Moby
6:00 PM Nov 8, 2014
With Halloween come and gone, we have also passed the deadline for high school seniors to apply for the Tennessee Promise scholarship. More than 8,500 mentors and 53,000 of Tennessee’s 71,000 seniors signed up.
10:00 PM Nov 7, 2014
This week, let’s look at the sweetest name we should know. I would like to attempt to break down the name Jesus letter by letter.
6:00 PM Nov 7, 2014
It’s almost cliché at this point that you don’t truly appreciate what you have until you’re in danger of losing it.
4:00 PM Nov 7, 2014
Thumbs up to everyone who voted in Tuesday’s general election.
2:00 PM Nov 6, 2014
I don’t remember how the conversation got started Tuesday, but somehow (probably the craziness surrounding the fact that it was Election Day) myself, Jared Felkins and Xavier Smith found ourselves talking about things people say in the South that others don’t seem to understand.
6:00 PM Nov 5, 2014
Millions of people have viewed the creative video depicting what 10 hours of walking in New York is like for a woman.
4:00 PM Nov 5, 2014
In light of recent events, I was reminded of a poem from high school, “Richard Cory,” by Edwin Arlington Robinson. It describes a man of education and wealth who is polite, well spoken and admired by all in the town who then suddenly, without warning, takes his own life.
9:00 PM Nov 4, 2014
On Oct. 20, we lost one of the world’s leading fashion designers, Oscar de la Renta. He is famous for women’s eveningwear and suits. His flattering and feminine pieces inspired women all around the world.
3:00 PM Nov 4, 2014
I missed Castle Heights Military Academy’s homecoming again this year, but last week I received memories, something that will last a lot longer than a weekend.
2:00 PM Nov 4, 2014
Freedom is a word used often in reference to military protection, our founding fathers and the rights and privileges afforded us in America, among many other things.
8:30 PM Nov 2, 2014
In the bridge world, a psych is a bid that has nothing to do with what you have in your hand and is meant to mess up your opponents.