I want my flying car.
We were promised that, you know. Anyone who read science fiction growing up knows that, by now, we’re supposed to have... Read more
I used to think the English language is dying slowly. Now I think it’s being assassinated.
There is no single suspect, but there are ... Read more
What do I know about fashion, right? At work I’m always in a white shirt and a tie. At home – well, put it this way: I walked downstairs... Read more
Today I’m celebrating my 11th Father’s Day as a dad. So far, not one necktie.
I’ve gotten lots of handmade cards. Got a pretty sweet ukulele... Read more
When the Martinez Food Lion on Old Petersburg Road was closing down last year, I swung by there to check for bargains – maybe you did, too. Food... Read more
Apparently not everyone likes curling up with a Good Book while they’re on vacation.
You might have heard the dust-up this past week about... Read more
If you’re a Georgian of a certain age, you probably remember the textbook This is Your Georgia. Its cover was in shades of 1970s green,... Read more
It goes in phases, I suppose.
One day, I’m feeling down about future generations of Americans – the irresponsible pinheads who are going to... Read more
It didn’t take long after I moved here to learn that Augusta and Augustans are all about golf.
It was 1999. My wife and I went out to eat at... Read more
The first war hero I never met was W.H.
That’s not some code to keep him anonymous. Everybody just called him W.H., at another newspaper I... Read more