S'mores? No thanks. "Kumbaya"? Heard it. Secret candy stash? Gone stale.
The happiest people in the world are people being released from the hospital.
As a shrewd businesswoman with keen insight and endless aspirations, Ophelia DeVore worked for much of the 20th century to smash stereotypes and empower black women by teaching them poise, confidence and the courage to get ahead in a world deeply etched by racial discrimination.
Powell Grisham says Rock Point Community Church was looking for a certain place, while Roger Kittle says what became Alpha and Omega was looking for any place.
LISA DENTON: OK, Barry, we're coming up on Memorial Day weekend, which means an extra day to get off the couch.
Independence is a great thing. It's something we parents pray our children will have mastered by the time they become adults.
Organizers of Libertyfest II hope it will be a hot time, but nothing like last year, when the inaugural outdoor community celebration saw temperatures reach 107 degrees.
Don't tread on me. Remember the Alamo. Turn on, tune in, drop out.
He has dressed up like Darth Vader. And a Roman centurion. And Santa Claus. And AC/DC’s Angus Young.
Around our house, I'm known as the recycling grouch.
Today. AutoCross and Cruise-In, Eastgate Town Center, 5600 Brainerd Road, gates open 10 a.m., free to spectators, $30 entry fee to show or drive car in competition.
With summer just weeks away, parents and young people are looking forward to more free time.
We are on our way home from Greenville, S.C., when a plane flies very low overhead.
In the 1920s, the art deco period emerged as a reflection of the nation's rapid industrialization. The Machine Age was changing America's culture, and art deco's style captured the luxury, elegance and exuberance of the Roaring '20s.