Will drive-ins make a comeback?


Okay, so you’re tired of watching movies on TV. 

You want to see something on the big screen, even if it’s a movie you’ve seen before. 

What are you going to do? 

A patch of weeds, or a garden grows


A few weeks ago, this column was critical of the establishment of a new National Space Force. Just what we need when NASA is being privatized and nearly 35 million people are unemployed. 

A big festival, for tiny fish


In 2018, Newborn, Ga. had a population of 759, when everybody was at home. 

Today, it’s a little over 800.

Tiny, yes, but with a big sense of humor. 

Flight of the Bumble Bee(s)


When Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov composed the orchestral interlude “Flight of the Bumble Bee” around 1899-1900, he couldn’t have known that it would one day relate to some young boys growing up on Atoa

The history of The Peace Prayer


Many were shocked and concerned when 75-year-old Martin Gugino – a Catholic Peace activist – was pushed and injured during a peaceful protest against systemic racism.