How often do you purge? You know, when you grab a trash bag and run through the house tossing in anything that doesn’t breathe.
Do you ever get the feeling, creeping like the itsy-bitsy spider climbing up the waterspout of the back of your neck, that somebody is watching you? …
This is not your typical front page news story, above the fold, which is where I wish this could go.
Last month, an appellate court in New Jersey decreed that a man who was burned while praying over his fajitas could not sue the Applebee’s that served him the piping-hot platter.
It’s back to school time again. Some people are excited, some are nervous and some just wish they didn’t have to go back. School is a lot of fun for some people. Others just endure it. But however you feel about school, it is one of the best experiences you can have.
The world is a little dimmer now.
Good health is a wonderful thing to have. To be able to do the things you want to do without the undue restraints of physical limitations brought on by ill health is a priceless gift.
There are two kinds of people: Those who hate snakes, and those who don’t.
The world in which we live today is quickly being redefined. It’s not just being redefined by the medical, technological or scientific breakthrough of our times, but unfortunately by man’s inhumanity to man. Over the past few months we have seen horrific murders taken place both in our localities and across the world. Life is not …
My family is always tossing around pearls of wisdom. At my high school graduation Uncle Charles announced, “After you turn fitty, it’s all doctors, all the time. Enjoy your health, gal.”
With all activity in the last few days, I feel compelled to offer the following information to explain why I voted against removing the Confederate battle flag from the Statehouse grounds.
If you have been following the local and national news this week, you have seen South Carolina being focused on for several reasons. In addition to the funerals of the Emanuel AME Church members, charges brought on Dylann Roof, and plane crashes in Berkeley County, the South Carolina Senate and House addressed the budget vetoes and the Confederate …
My purse never ceases to startle me. It’s like “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”: I’m not sure what it contains, but hopefully the contents are worth the fight.
Frank Johnson, Editor of The Berkeley Independent and Goose Creek Gazette, is leaving for greener pastures, and as an homage to Frank, I dug deep into the archives to fish out a story about our early days with The Independent, particularly the weekend I helped Frank shop for a couch. So, Frank, get out your Man Card, it’s up for review. …
In the Huge News department, check it out: Barbie, that high-heeled icon, has changed to flats. I’ll pause to let that sink in: Barbie in flats!
I have had a problem my whole life with being appropriate.
Life is never dull at Crazy Acres. Just last week we had a locked room—I mean, a fenced yard--mystery.
A Georgia man drove through his house last month, because he wanted to.
Hang on, Berkeley County, someone has mastered (sort of) the art of Tweeting.
You might not want to read this while you’re grilling: Over Memorial Day weekend, an Indiana woman stabbed another woman IN THE EYE for eating the last rib at a cookout.
Do you ever look around and think, “Only in South Carolina?”
According to a recent scientific study, 50 people aged 51-to-80 were subjected to this test: Can you stand up from the floor without using your hands?