Fun with Shrapnel
Above my desk, there is a picture of Neil Gaiman, a printout with his rules for writing, and a mask of Mitch McConnell with crossed eyes added.
Summary of My Discontent
A robot examining a narrow chamber has found 4500-year-old graffiti written on a wall of the Great Pyramid at Giza.
It takes a very special type of bully to be proud of publicly shaming our poorest neighbors. About a month ago, a man named Tom Fawbush took to the air to defend one of his employees.
Dave Berry couldn’t make this up (“this actually happened”).
In Visible Ink
As we begin LGBT History Month in October, I am excited to share with you all the details of an exciting new social media photo campaign called #WeAreTheSouth /#SomosElSur.
Stop Calling Me Surly
When state lawmakers return to Frankfort and the games reconvene in January, they will turn their backs on “God” in committee rooms.
James Earl Jones, in the classic movie “Field of Dreams,” described the game of baseball this way:
Keeping Up with the Jones
I find no advantage in parroting points made by every pundit, blogger or pop social media analyst out there.
This week’s feature story, my first, is about “Resurfaced,” a project orchestrated by City Collaborative, a nonprofit that undertakes short-term, achievable projects to enhance Lo