It happened a year ago, but it still haunts me.
I could be accused of featuring plants in the mint family too often, probably. It is definitely one of my favorite plant families.
As my wife, Sharon, and I continue the search for a few pieces of furniture to populate our house, we have taken to following estate sales. It’s fun to see what’s available from week to week — and a little disturbing also.
I used to belong to the Science Fiction book club in the 1960s. One of the selections was a novel by Frank Herbert titled “Dune.” I was gobsmacked with its epic storytelling.
It is October on the Outer Banks. A late hurricane is threatening to wash away the beaches and blow down the old wooden houses that have been family treasures for generations. The Boston Red Sox are struggling to make the playoffs.
Being physically active can strengthen your immune system, so move more to help reduce your risk for COVID. Join Brody medical students and community members at Lake Laupus Gazebo (Laupus side) at 9 a.m. Saturday for Walk With a Doc with comments by Dr. Megan Ferderber, sports medicine resid…
Not every Greenville birthday party includes the mayor on its guest list and features greetings from state and national leaders.
Farmville is getting into the Halloween holiday spirit early this year with a Ghost Walk that begins next week.
It was a sign of the times in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Closed theaters with no movies to advertise got creative with their marquees, displaying phrases like, “Now Showing Nothing Starring Nobody,” “When Harry Met Sally on Zoom,” “The Chronicles of Corona” and “To Be Continued.”
What does all the hi-tech lighting up the dashboard of a new SUV have to do with God — or the devil?
He’s been called a drunken sailor.
Can Shakespeare’s Macbeth help us deal with President Biden’s decision to pull all American troops out of Afghanistan and do it quickly?
I am a person of generally good habits, which is why it is puzzling when I acquire a bad one.
We all followed the headlines: “The Great Escape” proclaimed the Canberry Times. “All Wild Boars Saved” said the Bangkok Post. “Hooyah! Mission Accomplished” blared The Nation. CNN reported “They’re All Out.”
Now that October has arrived, it’s time to pick the perfect pumpkin and dress it up for the season.
Somewhere in a downward-sloping Virginia curve heading north on Interstate 81, traffic stopped suddenly. Brake lights and blue smoke appeared behind the car in front of me, and every rear-end collision in my past came to mind.
Greenville has a fabulous variety of restaurants, coffee shops, cafes, and deli’s, so there is never a lack of options for when you are hungry for a complete meal or looking for a snack or coffee. I especially enjoy welcoming new restaurants to the city, so let me introduce you to the new Pi…
This is the latest installment in a series profiling local musicians.
It’s a fern, of course. This one is quite common in the Southeast, stretching north into the Ohio River Valley and New England and west to eastern Texas.
The storm is gathering. Jesus is in the upper room with his closest friends on the night before his suffering and death. The Gospel of John tells us that Jesus himself is “troubled in spirit.”
“Bond … James Bond.” This is your last chance to hear Daniel Craig utter those words.
Eat healthy to help ward off the flu and COVID-19 virus. Don’t be fooled by those trying to sell you dietary supplements to “cure” or prevent the disease. Be physically active and join the October “Walk with A Doc” at Lake Laupus (near ECU’s Brody building) at 9 a.m. on Oct. 23 with brief re…
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