Tuesday, March 28, 2017

On Cooking Southern: Share The Love Every Day This Week With Chocolate (A Girl’s...

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK About as useful as a chocolate chisel in a diamond mine: Might not be able to carve out any diamonds, but...

Perhaps It’s Time To Think About What Motivates Bullies

The whole world keeps trying to figure out what makes this Trump person tick. Fans and foes alike probe this person’s every word —...

On Cooking Southern: Brew Up A SUPER Bowl Party With These Eats

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Triflin’: Wasting everybody’s time by not living up to innate potential due to lack of focus, inattention to detail, or just...

On Cooking Southern: Ready For A Menu Change? Standing Rib Roast Is Always Prime

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Stiff-necked: A person who’s stubborn and unyielding in a belief or action, who’s just about got their knickers inappropriately in a...

Charter Schools Not A Magical Cure For What Ills Education

A charter school can be a model of excellence in all aspects. Many are. Similarly, a traditional public school can be a model of...

Coopwood: Preserving The Past

There is no shortage of history in the Mississippi Delta. From our ground breaking “firsts” in agriculture, to our blues music, to our civil...

Another Snowbird Visit With Jim Symington

Admittedly, I hate cold weather. I don't ever remember really cold, nasty weather growing up in Memphis or in school at Ole Miss. Although...

John Cofield Recalls The Story Of Oxford’s Angelo Mistilis And Bobby Holcomb

By John Cofield. If you were among the boys who got to call Dina, Joey, John and Erin's daddy... Angelo, instead of Mr....

Master Of Managed Messages Has Earned A Chance

Remember this one? Two people are standing on the shore looking at the vast ocean. One says, “Man, that’s a lot of water.” The...

John Cofield’s Oxford and Ole Miss: Buckner’s Trestle Tragedies

The first time I read about old Buckner's Trestle south of town, and the two tragedies that happened there some 58 years apart, I...