Chris Trainor is a contributing columnist for the Index-Journal. Contact him at ChrisTrainorSC@yahoo.com. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisTrainorSC. Views expressed in this column are those of the writer only and do not represent the newspaper's opinion.
If you check the calendar, it will tell you that the last day of summer is a few weeks from now, on Sept. 22.
We — the collective “we” — needed a win. And this year, you take a win wherever you can get it.
OK, so we caved in a little earlier than was originally planned.
My wife’s already thinking about the annual photo. But it will be a little different this year.
It almost could have passed for a normal late summer night, even if it cost me a few extra pennies.
We all love a good plot twist when we’re reading a book or watching a movie.
We’ve lost a few things during the coronavirus pandemic, as a collective and as individuals.
It was just sitting there, kind of off to the side, collecting dust from months of not being used.
It may have been more than 50 years ago, but Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell were telling the truth.
Chances are you’ve probably learned a few things about your immediate family in the last few months.
Last week was a bit of a double whammy for Uptown Greenwood.
Sometimes you stumble across something by accident, and the reality of it hits unexpectedly hard.