In these ecologically sensitive times, maybe we all should start listening to the trees. Unfortunately, real trees have a hard time communicating clearly with their limited vocabulary and poor diction.
History was made just outside of Sylacauga, Alabama, in late November 1954. An 8.5-pound meteorite crashed through the ceiling of Ann Hodges’ home, bounced off of a radio, and hit her on the thigh. She was the first known person to be hit by a space rock. The meteorite was big news for a time, […]
Shameful. That’s the only word to describe the vandalism that once again deprived the statue of Emma Sansom in Gadsden, Alabama, of her right index finger. Emma, “the sunbonnet heroine,” was a noble maiden of the Confederacy. Her dainty 15-year-old finger turned the tide for the Rebels — briefly — when it pointed southern troops […]
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