Monday, February 27, 2017
James Ivy

Meet Peanut Vendor James “Blind Jim” Ivy

Historian and photographer John Cofield went down memory lane with a post of James "Blind Jim" Ivy and his Facebook page. Cofield reminisced about...

On Cooking Southern: Drunken Chicken

By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com Southernism(s) of the Week: Coot/Cootie Brown/Cooter Brown: A coot is a peculiar and possibly obstreperous old man; the term probably derived from the strange...

College Hill Presbyterian Church

The church was originally organized in 1835. The building, built using slave labor and bricks fired on the grounds, was completed in 1846. It...

A Story to Remind Us to Treasure Each Precious Day

When I deliver my program on the power of attitude, one of the things I do is share tools that one can utilize throughout...

MR. “NUB” SANDERS

William Hal Sanders was affectionately known as “Nub” by the Ole Miss family. Mr. Sanders was part of that group of Ole Miss football...

Taste of the Game: Baton Rouge and LSU

Commentary by HottyToddy.com contributor Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo Well, no one has to say how much this game brings to the table each season. Unfortunately, this...

On Cooking Southern: Slurp Some More Mudbugs — in a Cup

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK She’s beginning to lose the plot: A kind and subtle reference to a person’s increasingly muddled state of mind… Crawfish season...

Blood & Battle: Keys to the Game on Ole Miss vs Alabama

George S. Patton once said "Battle is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is...

Paintings to Inspire You, Plus a Life Changing Message from Jim Carrey

On Sunday night I was asked to provide narration for a community choir event where I live. Afterwards I came across an inspiring picture...

On Cooking Southern: the Sporting Life Never Ends in Oxford

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride: Just thinking about wanting something won’t get you there. If you want to...