It’s almost 8 p.m. and I have been talking seemingly non-stop for an hour and so far people are still attentive at the Tuscaloosa Public Library where the Christian Writers Group for Tuscaloosa is holding its January meeting. As a … Read More
NPR was not at its best in depicting the visual story of an effort by a photojournalist and an artist in radio story during its January 22nd installment of the Saturday version of Weekend Edition.
The down side of Tuscaloosa physician Robert Bentley becoming Alabama’s governor is that he takes with him great local residents like Jon and Rebekah Mason.
I don’t log on to Facebook very often. At least, not as of today. I was talking about social media today in my Introduction to Journalism class and one of my students had the nerve to tell me that TWITTER … Read More
I can’t believe I’m supposed to do a blogging workshop this Monday here in Tuscaloosa and I’ve not blogged myself since New Year’s Eve. What kind of example am I setting? I have to be honest and say that I … Read More
Pastor Emory Berry of Richmond’s Fourth Baptist Church challenged those attending our Annual Watchnight Service at First African Baptist Church to make 2011 our “Year of Recovery.”