Greenwood-based artist William H. Evert is known for detail in his watercolors.
As some of you know, I write textbooks. At the end of last year (2020), I finished up a new edition of An Introduction to Physical Science, 15th edition, for Cengage Learning. One of the features of this book has been Conceptual Questions and Answers. Conceptual in nature (no mathematics), q…
At 14 years old, my son decided he was ready for our first daddy/son trip. I asked him if he wanted to help me plan it or did he want it to be a surprise. He chose the surprise route and instantly I remembered how he said some years back he wanted to see the Statue of Liberty. So, off to New…
Coca-Cola memorabilia, owned by Abbeville’s Josh Baughman and family, is on display at the Greater Abbeville Chamber of Commerce, 107 Court Square.
We understand the meaning of “the whole nine yards,” but we want to know its origin and why it’s nine yards instead of some other number. It would be more meaningful if it were “the whole ten yards,” because that would make it a “first down.” (Asked by a football fan via cyberspace.)
uring the height of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Robby Cox started a custom drum company, bearing his name, Cox Drum Co.
This week let’s tackle some interesting band name etymology (in alphabetical order, no less). Strap yourselves in and let’s go:
The idea for Greenwood playwright Charlie Stowe's latest work started taking hold during the pandemic when he was unable to attend in-person college classes and is a twist on making a bargain without regard for consequences. Performances are at Wild Hare studios July 30, 31 and Aug. 1.
As a comedian, I get asked a lot, “Who are some of your favorite comedians?”
uestion: Dr. Wilson, you explained in a recent article where the term “touchdown” in football came from. How about “punt”? (Asked by a shy football fan.)
Giving anything to be where you want to be. This is a central idea in a new, original, full-length play, “Magic Girl...and Her Demons!” by Charlie Stowe.
Have I mentioned that I am a big fan of music playlists?
Some anonymous thoughts for you to think about:
There’s nothing like the feeling of a win for competition barbecue cook Mat Griner of Zebulon, North Carolina.
uestions: (1) In baseball games, who determines whether or not an error occurs? (2) Have baseball games always had nine innings? (Asked by Dr. Shelton Stewart, of Greenwood)
”If music is your thing, immerse yourself in it.”
Being on the road a minimum of 10 days a month can be tough.
Life’s a beach for Lander University art students and faculty each year as part of a sand sculpture class.
It’s time once again to dust off the old thinking cap, bring the family around the kitchen table, and compete in a throw-down test of useless trivial knowledge.
Want to get someone steamed in two words? Gas prices.