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For at least 530 weeks -- over more than 10 years -- you allowed me to come into your home for a Sunday visit.
At certain times in life, the question arises as to whether a bucket list exists.
Those who have followed this column know that one word has been dominant: context.
About three years ago, this column was composed from a message that was found on the side of a paper coffee cup at a local Starbucks.
Four candidates vying for the Republican Party’s nomination in the 2010 governor’s race in Tennessee faced off last week in Memphis.
The placement of any item in the daily newspaper leads to a certain amount of questioning: Why?
The Washington Post Co. announced recently that Newsweek, a one-time weekly staple in shaping the national agenda, was on the block to be sold.
Several weeks ago the editor of a midsize metropolitan newspaper in the Southeast called. He was searching for advice and a few ideas.