Several items in Col. Felsher’s column last week warrant serious commentary.
Nobody likes to be stereotyped, but there are a few assumptions about southern states that are pretty accurate.
We have some of the best food in the country; agriculture is an important part of our culture and our economy; and we have some of the most reliably-conservative voters in the nation.
The primary and traditional American holidays are Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine’s, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, and Thanksgiving.
I enjoy each of them for different reasons. There are two that typically bring my family together, Christmas and Thanksgiving.
We’ll cover Christmas in a few weeks.
Beck Hansen veers back into rhythmic futuristic Pop on "Hyperspace." Working with Pharrell Williams, he sounds at home in between the chiming harp-like synths and terse upfront beatboxes on "Uneventful Days" but it never takes you anywhere.
As students of Petal High School, we would like to advocate for the banning of the presence of peanuts and peanut containing products on Petal School District campuses because of the dangers they present to select students and faculty.
Before Chris Epps got exposed for being a crook, the former Mississippi corrections commissioner made a lot of sense when he talked about finding the right balance between the crimes committed and the punishments doled out for them.
“We’ve got to decide in this state who we’re afraid of and who we’re mad at,” Epps was fond of saying.
The U.S. House of Representatives has decided to impeach the President of the United States based upon an accusation of high crimes and misdemeanors.
Impeachment is not a matter to be taken lightly.
Donuts are the funnest food. That’s what my friend, co-collaborator, and business partner Wyatt Waters says.
He’s right you know. I had never thought about it, but when we were in the recipe testing and development phase of our donut shop, he made that statement.