Before I expound on this week’s tidbits, another apology on my behalf to Dr. Ron Jowers and his staff for incorrectly reporting his prescription privileges had been curtailed by the Drug Enforcement Agency. As you see in the attached correction/clarification, I was given some inaccurate information by sources contacted to work on behalf of several […]
I recently had another one of my Griswoldian adventures, a brief moment in life where my luck closely resembles that of Clark W. Griswold. I’ve written about these from time to time. Today will be another entry into the journal of shame. I have three kids in sports this fall. Quite ambitious, I know. For […]
1. To my friend Gabby: your list is so much more interesting than mine. I wish I was in Paris writing a list. 2. Historically, Augusta has been called Paris of the South, because of its former status as resort town to folks from the North who’d vacation here. Some sources say President Woodrow Wilson […]
I learned something today. It’s nothing earth-shattering. It’s just a tidbit of information that I found useful. I hope that others would find it useful as well. Unbeknownst to myself, Georgia Power publishes a webpage that is actually quite useful. This webpage displays the current status of outages across the state of Georgia. For example, […]
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An announcement has been making the rounds on social media, in newspapers and on television, but some folks have missed it. It goes something like this: “My name is Michael Patrick McKinley and, this fall, I’m producing and directing a documentary about Visual Artist Leonard ‘Porkchop’ Zimmerman, and his HAPPY campaign. This story is about […]
Editor’s Note: Please enjoy this column from last year while Jenny recovers from a minor injury. The Girl had her first major run in with a mean girl last week. We knew she would be fine, but, for a few days, she was deeply hurt by the actions of her classmate. She was forgiving but […]