ARMERDING: Voters beware of oligarchs and bogeymen
There was a time, not so long ago, when my liberal friends wailed at me in outrage over what they claimed was conservatives engaging in “the politics of fear.”
BROWN: Saturday afternoon at the movies
If odd-sounding names like Lash LaRue, Hoot Gibson, Tom Mix, Crash Corrigan, and Hopalong Cassidy sound familiar, then you too have fond memories of the cowboy stars of long ago.
CURTAIN CALL: Lots of music, theater this week in Milledgeville
“Marry the man today, Trouble though he may be, Much as he likes to play, Crazy and wild and free...”
OUR SPACE: Curiosity is working hard on Mars
What do old sidewalks and the planet Mars have in common?
RICHARDSON: Skin cancer ain’t so bad — don’t worry about it
Today I’m addressing all my friends and readers who fall into categories that include fishing geeks, camping fanatics, boating enthusiasts, yard workers, gardeners or just plain old sun worshippers.
ROWLAND: It sure is quiet around here
My sleeping habits may not interest you, but there are very few nights when I can’t sleep.
CURTAIN CALL: Auditions today for upcoming 'Hay Fever'
“Would you dance with a friend, for until this war ends, there’s no more time.
RICHARDSON: Who wears the pants and advice for wives of fishermen
There is no doubt that I am the Dr. Phil of relationships that have at least one fisherman in the family therefore I have decided to bless you with a two for one special today.
ROWLAND: After 40 years, the memory is still sweet
I have been trying to remember a time when sports were not an important part of my life, but I can’t.
DAVIDSON: Land of the free and home of the brave
I’d set his alarm for 5 a.m.
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