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About the time I read they wanted to start moving Confederate bodies, along with monuments and statues, I figured it might be time for everyone to pause for a little while and consider what we are doing, which is hiding ...
Coming down the corridor of the medical tower and leading his own entourage headed by daughter Olivia and wife Katie, Davelis (D.C.) Goutoufas looked like a prize fighter headed for the ring. The difference: D.C., grinni...
One of the stranger quotes of the war in Vietnam came from Associated Press reporter Peter Arnett, who had an Army major tell him that “it became necessary to destroy the town to save it.”
Today and tomorrow, tens of millions of Americans will gather in synagogues and churches, maybe looking for a little more comfort than usual.
Only if you knew them — and it would help if you grew up in Tampa — would you say there were similarities between Dusty Rhodes and Bud Lee.
Last week’s column on the ills of health care in America generated a predictably strong response. I can’t think of any other issue that affects so many of us and yet has been so mishandled by the politician...
Davelis “D.C.’’ Goutoufas is 48 years old and deaf. He lost his hearing after a fluid buildup in his ears when he was 4 and has no recollection of sound.
You wouldn’t think ... but then maybe that’s the point; sometimes we don’t think. That’s usually when bad things happen.
Actually, he was a few ounces shy of 12 pounds, but his arrival 35 years ago tomorrow was still more than impressive.
There must be something in the American gene pool, some imperfection that permeates our thinking and demands that we don’t do anything until it’s too late.
It hasn’t been a particularly good couple of weeks for my soon-to-be 94-year-old mother.