For many years as a radio host I would offer up a collection of what are now commonly referred to as Dad jokes — typically held back for the end of the week to air on Bad Joke Friday.
QUESTION: Why do paintings of Adam and Eve have belly buttons? (Asked by a student interested in art.)
An epic music video collaboration in the spring of 2020, by Greenwood musicians, inspired Greenwood Performing Arts (GPA) to launch a massive outdoor concert in October of last year.
Margie Chrisley Blalock is your host for the fourth annual Greenwood Ghost Walk. Buy tickets now at McCaslan's Book Store. Tours are Oct. 15 and 16.
Paul Cuenin, a Fujifilm software engineer and Arts Center of Greenwood board of directors chairman, invites you to the second iMAGINE Lakelands STEAM Festival in Uptown Greenwood Oct. 16. It's free and family-friendly.
A golf tournament and a music/supper benefit are scheduled for next week. Both support the Greenwood railroad museum, known as the Railroad Historical Center, 908 S. Main St.
Yesterday, I received a voicemail that I get frequently. It was my mother and the message left, sounding like she was almost in tears, “Please call me right away” and then click, that is the end of it.
Question: I have two questions. (1) Lately, I’ve been thinking about the word “pants.” Why is this word plural, since it refers to a single piece of clothing? (2) I read that hospitals in India and other places are having a COVID-19-related shortage of oxygen. How is oxygen manufactured, and…
Make plans now to attend the second iMAGINE Lakelands STEAM Festival in Uptown Greenwood, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 16, rain or shine.
Haunting local history and mystery are part of the fourth annual Greenwood Ghost Walk, with sessions Oct. 15 and 16.
Greenwood Artist Guild president, Lydia Baca, is the October artist of the month at Howard’s on Main, 330 Main St.
Back to bacteria. In the last column, we talked about “germs,” a.k.a. pathogenic (disease-causing) bacteria. But all bugs aren’t bad. As long as we need carbon and nitrogen, digestion of food, and protection from diseases, we need bacteria.
I remember how the little bell on the door would jingle when you opened it and walked in.
There I was enjoying a Saturday of football when my day took a turn. When I tell you what soured my day, you will realize (if as a reader of my column, you haven’t already) that I am a deeply disturbed person as I get hung up on details in life that the average person pays absolutely no atte…
Question: Dr. Wilson, some soaps and cleaners are advertised to “kill 99.99% of germs.” How do they know this and what does the killing? (Asked by an anonymous sanitizer from cyberspace.)
Pageantry of pipes, drums and kilts in celebration of Scottish heritage takes place at First Presbyterian Church of Greenwood at 11 a.m. Oct. 10.
Old clothes look so fashionably nouveau and fall-ready.
All you can eat oysters and barbecue, paired with a live concert.
It’s that time once again to gather around the campfire, water cooler, or coffee table and play some music trivia.