November 24, 2016 RSS feed / Opinions

Remembering the women who shooed us out, I know Thanksgiving should always be joyous

Thanksgiving dinners have always served as a snapshot, for many of us, of the changes going on in our families, and this Thanksgiving is very much like that for us.  Thanksgiving celebrations were an annual rite of passage as I grew up. More...

Thankful for so very much, and the inspiration of Furman Bisher

For years, the late Furman Bisher wrote a column at Thanksgiving, which became one of the most popular columns to appear in the pages of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. More...

Book Review

LaRose

Landreaux is a good man, a man “who would kill a deer, thank one god in English, and put down tobacco for another god in Ojibwe.” His neighbor, Peter Ravich, is a good friend, married to Landreaux’s wife’s half-sister. More...

Drought declaration

We all know what drought is; however, according to Pam Knox – UGA Climatologist – there are different types of drought. More...