Atlanta_Braves_Family_Phil_Gura
March 27, 2017 Opinion

To a New York kid like me, Southerners were defined by “The Dukes of Hazzard”. When my Dad suggested I apply to Emory University, I thought he wanted me to learn about overnight delivery services. It only took one gorgeous weekend on Emory’s campus in 1977 (my senior year of high school) to change my… Read more »

St. Patrick's Day Savannah Southern Girls
March 21, 2017 Opinion Party

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah is unlike anywhere else in the world The St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Savannah attracts hundreds of thousands of people each year. For several days, natives of this normally graceful Southern city hide while hordes of tourists determinedly celebrate the brilliance of open container laws and Irish drinking culture. I’ve been joining… Read more »

So pretty. So full of pollen.
March 20, 2017 Variety

The calendar says spring starts on March 20, but I think it’s been sneaking back for the last few weeks. I’m not complaining about the unseasonably warmer temperatures, but it’s weird for spring to start appearing so early. Maybe Mother Nature is giving us a head start. It’s time to bid adieu to winter and usher… Read more »