It’s almost time to fall back and lose sun. Twice a year most Americans have to change clocks to help with energy conservation.
Final report on the Rialto – I put a show tune CD on to play and I sat in the balcony and listened to the music. I dozed then It was time to leave anyway.
Rialto Report 6-13-09 I wondered how I was going to load my Peerless lamphouse into the bed of my Dodge truck from the movie trailer all by myself. I had backed the truck up to the trailer but I can’t lift the lamp up 3 feet to the truck bed. As I stood studying the problem, my gaze […]
Coach McElwain, is a winner, finally is back on the rise. It was almost too fast. it’s in the SEC’s best interest to have Florida back in the power mix of Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and now Missouri joining traditions eastern division rivals
Florida quarterback Will Grier has been suspended for one calendar year for using a substance banned by the NCAA as his team prepares for a high-stakes visit to unbeaten LSU
The Hammer and the Nail. A “citizen president” is what this nation has needed for a long time. Lawyers have dominated politics, and I’m tired of it.
Donald Trump certainly did not disappoint his supporters. Donald Trump main tax points. It works!
Columbus Ga. new era booming and more people that ever are dependent on finding everything on the Internet. People are looking for new fun things to do.
Columbus became a real wartime military town where soldiers could go and enjoy their leave without a lot of hassle. The Infantry School was near Columbus.
The last land battle of the Civil War was fought in Columbus. Northern troupes marched down Summerville Rd. after dark, but were engaged at the 14th St. bridge.
RISE AND FALL OF THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT, that although the fall of Petersburg, and consequently Richmond, would be embarrassing, it would not be as significant as it could have been had it happened earlier in the war. During the early years of the war Richmond had been the primary location of the manufacture and repair of Confederate arms. However at this time in the war several new locations in the “Industrial South” had removed the importance of Richmond in the manufacture of arms; due to construction of factories in Augusta, Selma, Fayetteville, and other areas (Columbus being one of these.)
The losses to the North of Nashville, Atlanta, and now Richmond, much more significance to the industrial centers located along this region which stretched from eastern Mississippi trough Alabama to central Georgia. Most of the factories that were producing arms, textiles, shoes, flour and other wartime essentials for the South were in the towns situated in this area. The Heart of Dixie, the Battle for the Heartland was coming to Columbus, GA!
The drive-in was only about a mile from the house and to me the short walk was fun. We would start in the early evening as the sun was slowly sinking.
The bright light from outside was in his eyes as the door opened and he saw five figures silhouetted in the doorway. He reached out to take our tickets just as four children squealed “Daddy!” I remember being chocked up as I saw my father and tears of gladness filled my eyes.
Drive In – The day had been hot and the lot was still warm and the smell of warm asphalt mixed with the fragrance of popping corn and frying burgers. We placed a speaker in the car window as the pre-movie music was finishing and Ben Parsons announced that it was, “Show time!”
Donald Trump may need to start getting his ground game together if he wants to make it any further along the road to the White House.
The Iraqi military has officially announced it is to begin sharing “security and intell” info with Russia, Syria and Iran to help combat the advances of ISIL.
In the bustling main hall of Vienna’s Westbahnhof train station, a long line stretches out of the ticket office, past a stone sculpture of a winged lion, all the way to the glass-walled entrance.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that any attempts to overthrow the government in Syria could lead to a failed state like Iraq or Libya.
Boehner in Danger? Watching the Republican presidential debates, a lay observer might think that the GOP is divided between elected “insiders,” like Senator Marco Rubio and “outsiders,” like businesswoman Carly Fiorina. The truth is that divisions exist between the Congressional Republicans as well. As the leader of the largest Republican majority in the House since […]