Rereading the Classics or nah?

When I plopped my stack of books on the counter to check out, the librarian placed her hand reverently on the collection, furrowed her brow, parted her lips in a weak smile, and said, “Rereading the Classics?” I had the distinct impression that she meant, “Aren’t there any other books among the thousands on the shelves…

Remembering those who lost their lives December 7, 1941

For the United States, entrance into World War II began here on the island of Oahu when Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Engraved on this wall in the floating memorial are the names of 1,177 men who died that day on the Arizona.  That number represents almost half of the population of men,…

The Last Dash?

With school supplies piling up on the kitchen table, it’s time for a quick dash to the beach before school starts. Are you taking your last dash to the Crystal Coast?