Last week we talked about the new wave of obituaries which are not only informative but often lively and even funny.
Obituaries are a lot more interesting now than they used to be, though perhaps a bit less truthful.
Last year about this time, I talked with you about how technology is bringing the magic of nature -- specifically, the majesty of American's symbol, the bald eagle – into our living rooms.
Color me dense, but I don't quite understand why everyone involved with science is having a hissy fit over the theory of intelligent design.
Clemson University is looking for a new president, and I'm interested in the job.
Fancy bathrooms are all the rage.
You've probably heard the term "island time" -- the notion that in the Caribbean islands things don't operate so much on a schedule as on a whim.
From the mailbag:
It's no secret that the hand-written note is going the way of the buggy whip and the adding machine.
Sports events sometimes become metaphors for life, and there is no better showcase for that than the ongoing March Madness basketball tournament; a national champion will be crowned Monday night to culminate the annual event. In the round of 8 which was played March 31, number-one seeded Louisville was playing perennial power Duke when Cardinal forward Kevin Ware jumped to block a shock and broke his leg as he fell. It was a gruesome ...
By GLENN TUCKER C-I (Camden, S.C.) contributing editor Author Jon Buchan will sign copies of his acclaimed South Carolina-based novel Code of the Forest Thursday night at Books on Broad in downtown Camden. Buchan will be at the store between 6 and 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and books will be available for purchase ...
What do lawyers, a community newspaper, Ocean Drive Beach, a corrupt South Carolina state senator and Jerry Lee Lewis have in common?
Many years ago, I adopted the "wait till the next day" philosophy regarding letters I wrote to people which were penned in -- how shall we put this? -- the heat of battle.
In an age dominated by political enmity, bile and vitriol -- how's that for a hateful trio? -- the story of the friendship of former presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton gives us all a measure of hope that we can get past the ill feelings that so dominate our political landscape.
Just a couple days ago I was discussing the greatest inventions of mankind with my lunch bunch.