Christmas is approaching in 1944. As a teacher of second grade music for New York public schools, Donald Yetter Gardener asked his budding musicians, “What do you want for Christmas?” Excited replies tumbled out; Gardener’s studied ears captured the lisp with which every student spoke
Surfing the wake of the non-rapture this Memorial Day, thinking about my gratitude to my fellow citizens in the military who defend and preserve our freedom and liberty, I opened my Bible, as I really should do every day
Ever hear someone say about our roads: “If you’re on the highways and byways, drive carefully.” It’s a colloquialism – a regional expression – that you can likely hear anywhere across our nation. I never gave it much thought if I used it in conversation; no one ever asked about it, either, until recently.
...not Artificial Intelligence, but American Idol. What a week. Pia goes home. My thought was that it would be Stefano, or Paul. But not Pia. Admittedly, I didn't like her wardrobe choice for her performance of "River Deep, Mountain High
Listening to advertising on the radio air is just part of life! It totes the freight for a great American tradition; listening to our favorite songs and legendary performers. Sometimes, however, I feel it necessary to call to task some of the copywriters and announcers for those ads, because, well doggone it, I WRITE and VOICE some of those ads! It's just another part of being a radio person, but that's another story I'll tell later
Watching my two Shih Tzu puppies race around my yard is one of those "little things in life" that transports me out of daily concerns. For a few minutes, I follow them as they rocket around the yard; they don't really run, they LEAP! They take great strides with itty-bitty short legs and seem to fairly fly a mere 12 inches off the ground! It's an endearing sight that they have SO much energy
It was a happy accident Saturday, March 19, my discovery of the Experimental Aviation Association Chapter 343 (EAA343) annual Fly - In on the Downtown Shreveport Airport. Quite unlike the sprawling, security locked-down Regional Airport, this historic patch of aviation history is, on a day like Saturday, very accessible; you can walk right through the front door and onto the taxiway and experience the mystique and romance of aviation up close and personal
As Mardi Gras 2011 winds down, you might consider the Krewe of Asclepius closing Kids' Parade in Pierre Bossier Mall this Tuesday and the Krewe's hosting of Carnival Closing Ceremonies atop the Texas Street Bridge later Tuesday night, March 8
A variation on a saying: "if you don't like the weather in Northwest Louisiana, wait 15 minutes an it will change!" And it's the truth. South of I-20, most of us have seen only rain today instead of the predicted freezing rain, sleet and snow
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