Drifter

19 Jul 19
What Was Left In

Little Marie Warrick was usually called by her middle name, Dionne. As a result of a misprinted label on her first single, she changed her last name to Warwick. Dionne got her professional singing career started by singing background vocals on records and demos. The Drifters had recorded When My Little Girl Is Smiling in 1962, […]

19 Jul 19
The East Nashvillian

Fresh Tomato (Art Fest Issue)! The new issue of The East Nashville is now on the street. Be sure to grab yours while they’re fresh and enjoy the delectable tastes of features, news, and more, along with the official guide to the 16th annual Tomato Art Fest! Can’t wait to grab a copy on paper? […]

19 Jul 19
Iowa Climate Science Education

The best context for understanding decadal temperature changes comes from the world’s sea surface temperatures (SST), for several reasons: The ocean covers 71% of the globe and drives average temperatures; SSTs have a constant water content, (unlike air temperatures), so give a better reading of heat content variations; A major El Nino was the dominant […]

19 Jul 19
Science Matters

The best context for understanding decadal temperature changes comes from the world’s sea surface temperatures (SST), for several reasons: The ocean covers 71% of the globe and drives average temperatures; SSTs have a constant water content, (unlike air temperatures), so give a better reading of heat content variations; A major El Nino was the dominant […]

19 Jul 19
Adam Majdecki-Janicki

My Heart Is Like A River My heart is like a river My heart is like an ocean open wide My heart is like a mountain My heart is like a river running wild And I’m a rover I’m a rover of moonlight Yeah, I’m a rambler I’m a rambler of the night My heart […]

19 Jul 19
Yirah Group

John 2:1-12; 7:1-9; ; 10:40-11:23 Eight words were brashly smeared across the dashboard of the speedboat tied up at Gulf Shores, Alabama. They reflected the flash and flair of its owner whose fast life was often publicized in sporting news across America. In the off-season, the left-handed speedster in the Gulf of Mexico resembled a […]

19 Jul 19
Variety

“Streetwise,”  the classic and haunting 1984 documentary about homeless street kids in Seattle, is a movie that’s now 35 years old. But for anyone who has seen it, the children it’s about — drifters, hustlers, squatters, thieves, prostitutes — remain frozen in time. And none of them was ever more memorable than Tiny, the 14-year-old […]

19 Jul 19
Mark S. Baker

BIRTHDAYS George Hamilton IV (1937) country singer/guitarist [“Abilene”] (died 2014) age 77 – heart attack Commander Cody [born George Frayne IV] (1944) Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen lead singer/keyboardist/songwriter/founder [“Hot Rod Lincoln”] Alan Gorrie (1946) Average White Band lead singer/multi-instrumentalist/co-founder [current] Brian May (1947) Queen guitarist/singer/songwriter/co-founder Bernie Leadon (1947) Eagles guitarist/multi-instrumentalist/co-founder Keith Godchaux […]

19 Jul 19
The Slurrings of a Wandering Journeyman Under Spiritual Oath

America’s obsession with identity politics is vexing. Our founding documents established the idea that all are equal. In reality that had yet to be established. We all know the fights that have taken place over the years to make that promise of equality real in our lives. We’ve passed federal civil rights legislation as well […]

19 Jul 19
Caravan Correspondent

The Jayco Silverline slideout caravan has a futuristic sleek exterior which gives you just a hint of what to expect inside. On the outside it comes complete with a roll out awning, spare wheel covered on the draw bar and on the roof, a satellite dish, wind up antenna and solar panel. Two gas bottles […]

19 Jul 19
Beth Younker

Ever wonder why we’re always in such a rush? Where did we lose the time we used to have?

18 Jul 19
Ace Backwords Blog

Ace Backwords July 18, 2018 at 11:31 PM ·  This is something that continually annoys me on Facebook discussions. You get in a discussion on some larger issue. And somebody will start nit-picking you on some secondary issue. Sure its good to get your facts straight. But if you said something happened in July and it […]

18 Jul 19
the movie revue

I don’t dream much anymore. Why is this personal admission so critical to understanding Daniel Kremer’s “Overwhelm the Sky?” It’s not about perspective. I have plenty of that. No, it is more about understanding the how’s and the why’s of the significance of sleepwalking in our society today; the effect it has on those that […]