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A Little Style, A Little Substance

It’s been a tough week for style icons. First it was the death of Lee Radziwill, followed four days later with the passing of Karl Lagerfeld. Since they go in […]

Fans, Farts & Farce

We need some silliness this week. Fans.  I have long been familiar with the various types of themed charters of ships on the high seas. Nudist charters (not enough Purell in […]

Suffering, Suffragettes, & Suffice

My heart is heavy this week. Suffering.  I am never remiss in my condemnation of Hollyweird awards shows.  However, after the portion of the Grammys which I suffered through Sunday […]

I’m An Indian, Too

Family stories are the best. And Southern family stories are practically an art form. Of course, some of the more lurid ones don’t get talked about much, and certainly not […]

Bowl, Body & Burger

I have dedicated my prayer life this week to Sunday’s football extravaganza. Bowl.  Lord, forgive the hatred in my heart, but I have very strong feelings about the New England […]

The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Yesterday morning, my day started when I awoke with a dream hangover. Somewhere floating through my subconscious, disjointed thoughts and feelings had produced a strange little inner movie for my […]

Gowns, Gays & Guts

It’s a slow news week, but I’m never at a loss for commentary! Gowns.  Another round of Hollywood self-indulgence has left its mess on the boob tube.  Last Sunday’s SAG […]

Outrageous!

A great many people today seem susceptible to distraction and too often move to the next issue having incompletely contextualized the one on which they had just focused.  I was […]

Bowls, Balls & Butts

I’m exhausted this week from prayer over these stories.  Let us reflect. Bowls.  I don’t really care much for football, nor do I stay abreast of the ins and outs […]

Raspberries!

It seems that everyone loved Carol Channing. One of the nine movies Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy made together was 1948’s State of the Union. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were […]