Just stringing the words "faith-based horror film" together seems wrong.
In the book "Sons on Fathers: A Book of Men's Writing," Ralph Keyes talks about the emotional uneasiness between fathers and sons.
Like many millenials, 28-year old Landon Steele works crazy hard at multiple jobs — driving a UPS truck from pre-dawn until his day job at a commercial photographer’s studio then going on duty as a volunteer firefighter by night.
I am proud that so many folks in my hometown helped break the record for the number of people who toured the LST 325 that docked at Ross’s Landing this past week.
BARRY COURTER: Lisa, why is it that whenever there is something I really want to do, it usually conflicts with another high-appeal event? Next Saturday night is such an evening.
Acupuncture isn't just for pain anymore. In fact, it's not even just for humans anymore.
To some people, there's nothing that embodies waste and desolation quite like the sight of derelict vehicles dotting America's backyards and byways.
I remember the sting of my father's belt. I don't dwell on it, but I remember it.
There has been enormous outcry recently over a video showing NFL player Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee Janay unconscious, then dragging her off an elevator.