Don Cornelius was born September 27, 1936. He started in the insurance business before going into broadcasting in 1966. He worked as a substitute disc jockey on t.v.’s Black View of the News before pitching the idea of what would become Soul Train. Inspired by American Bandstand, Soul Train sp
Recently, a friend and I were discussing how being grandparents differs from being parents. We agreed that since we aren’t responsible for discipline or the daily care of our grandchildren, our grandparenting time is usually pretty easy.
Help, I'm caught in a state of mind . . . I don't know whether to fish-cutbait-or call hogs. I was under the impression we were living in the age of ultra-sophistocated communications, the likes of which the world has never known.
New Teacher: I forget that my sister, Marsha, prays for me until I’m in one of those tight spots where it’s going to take more than my conversations with God to get me through. It’s not that I think God doesn’t listen to me when I call on him. He does. But Marsha has
High school athletics has been a hot topic the last few days following a proposal put forth by BCHS Principal Patrick O'Driscoll, a former coach himself, and approved by the school's SBDM council.
Its very interesting how so many things in life come around full circle. Most of all, I think that our relationships happen this way. For instance, the parent/child relationship. Both sides of that relationship will come full circle.
I thought about calling this “Fire Down Below” but decided against it. I received my Kindle Fire this past Christmas. As much as I consider myself a techno-geek or maybe just a geek in general, I wouldn’t give into getting a Kindle or iPod. Now I have both!
I, like many of you, watched the State of the Union address last week.
I see where the HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS are, or were, back in our area recently.
Testy: When I moved back from Texas in 2008, I assumed I would be able to jump back into the job market in Kentucky with no problem. I had a college education, after all, as well as tons of experience. Boy was I wrong!