Category Archives: America

A Counter-Commentary on the College Experience

The students are back from holiday. Sidewalks teem and there is traffic at the stoplight again. Working on the campus where I went to college can sometimes produce the illusion I am still in college. But driving by the apartments

A Counter-Commentary on the College Experience

The students are back from holiday. Sidewalks teem and there is traffic at the stoplight again. Working on the campus where I went to college can sometimes produce the illusion I am still in college. But driving by the apartments

Cheers to New Year’s Resolutions

So, it’s January 4th. Which means everyone is 96 hours into making themselves theoretically better people. But I’m not trying to take a stand on New Year’s resolutions. Although I do have one thing to say. WordPress issued a Weekly

Cheers to New Year’s Resolutions

So, it’s January 4th. Which means everyone is 96 hours into making themselves theoretically better people. But I’m not trying to take a stand on New Year’s resolutions. Although I do have one thing to say. WordPress issued a Weekly

Sandy Hook #Silence

I could say a lot of things about the Newtown massacre. Instead, I encourage you read this excerpt from the article The Media and the Massacre. “This is the ironclad logic of continuous broadcasting: Broadcasting must be continuous. Someone must

Sandy Hook #Silence

I could say a lot of things about the Newtown massacre. Instead, I encourage you read this excerpt from the article The Media and the Massacre. “This is the ironclad logic of continuous broadcasting: Broadcasting must be continuous. Someone must

Florida-Georgia Football Photo Essay

Every year around Halloween, Jacksonville preps its parking lots to receive thousands flocking from the far corners of Florida and Georgia for the great American game of Football. Rivalry lurks under every tailgate tent and team spirit stings the inside

Florida-Georgia Football Photo Essay

Every year around Halloween, Jacksonville preps its parking lots to receive thousands flocking from the far corners of Florida and Georgia for the great American game of Football. Rivalry lurks under every tailgate tent and team spirit stings the inside

Thank You, National Public Radio

The other day I listened to an engrossing interview about a restaurant in Chicago called the Golden Apple. I heard the story of a man who eats breakfast there every morning alone, the testimony of a waitress who’s worked the

Thank You, National Public Radio

The other day I listened to an engrossing interview about a restaurant in Chicago called the Golden Apple. I heard the story of a man who eats breakfast there every morning alone, the testimony of a waitress who’s worked the