My first professional job in journalism was answering phones and taking prep football scores at the Greensboro News & Record in North... Read more
‘Is that John Gogick,” the voice asked from behind the cubicle.
You caught me.
“Listen, I have a question or two for you then,” the... Read more
Last call for artists. The deadline to draw your own Applause cover is this Thursday.
The winning design will be the cover of our Thursday,... Read more
Special sections – extra pages of stories and photos and advertising – are an old tradition in newspapers. Some are staples that return year after... Read more
I saw Augusta Chronicle music columnist Don Rhodes on Friday, the morning after the Augusta premiere of Get On Up, the biopic of... Read more
Questions come as a singular exchange.
An e-mail, a phone call, a letter, in person.
And they are most often answered the same way.... Read more
A time for church. A time for coffee.
A time for spending time with the newspaper.
And the time I cut coupons... Read more
Last week, the Georgia Associated Press Media Editors held a luncheon in Atlanta, where it handed out annual awards.
It appears The... Read more
Movies spark memories. And memories are the stuff of movies.
If you skipped the front page to read this column first, go back to 1A and read... Read more