I can’t speak for others, but for me the closing of Myrtle Beach area golf courses is not unlike losing a friend. Now that Tiger Woods and U.S. economy have recovered, hopefully that will be good news for the life of golf here.
A Newsweek magazine from Aug. 6, 1979 shows a photo of me while working at the Milwaukee Journal. It illustrated a story, "The Silent Newsroom," telling how America's newsrooms were surrendering their typewriters for computers.
In this week's column, Bob Bestler praises Chick-Fil-A for its sandwiches and business practices. The Washington Post recently reported that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt allegedly tried to use his position to get his wife permission to open a store.
My wife has had a crush on Anthony Bourdain longer than I can remember and Friday's news of his death by suicide was devastating. We've both been longtime fans of his CNN series, "Parts Unknown," a show that features food and travel.
Quick, now, can you name South Carolina's official snack? Official vegetable? Official beverage? If you can, you are way, way smarter than I. But for the record, here are answers, in order: Boiled peanuts, collards, milk. There's over 50.
Because the Baby Boomer generation has little in common with the Greatest Generation, the term 'early bird special' is becoming obsolete as retirees are choosing fast-food options over the traditional discounted early dinners.
So you're starting to age a little, approaching 70 or maybe past it, and now you're wondering what's so golden about the "golden years." Buck up. The most recent AARP Magazine offers dozens of reasons why you should not fear the 70s.
The HBO movie, "Paterno," which began airing last Saturday, is, unfortunately, an uneven and unsatisfying look at the scandal that took down Paterno and, yes, the Joe Paterno statue that had been put up on the Penn State campus.