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August 09, 2019

Capsules of movies playing locally. New releases are indicated with an asterisk.

*BRIAN BANKS — The inspirational true story of Brian Banks (Aldis Hodge), an All-American high school football star committed to USC who finds his life upended when he is wrongly convicted of a crime he…

August 07, 2019

In the South, we have a connection to the land and its people. We root ourselves in the soil, nourish ourselves with the fruits and vegetables that grow and use products created from natural elements sold by seasoned craftsman and farmers.

All of these wonderful treasures can be found at a farmers…


August 07, 2019

Q: My doctor told me to use spices and herbs instead of salt in my food. I looked at the spice section of the store and really didn’t know what to choose. What is your favorite one? FG, Greenville

A: That’s a simple question for me to answer — it is dill. A jar sits on our dining…


August 04, 2019

Being part of a group can oftentimes be intimidating and quite honestly scary, so when I was invited to be part of the Interfaith Clergy several years ago, I was excited and unsure at the same time.

I only knew two of the clergy in this group and being that I’m not clergy, I wondered if I…


August 04, 2019

When you live out in the country, you have to do at least two things when you go into town.

That's how far out I live. Just far enough from Greenville that to justify cranking up the car, you have to do at least two things while you're in town. Otherwise, you're just wasting gasoline.

Speaking of…


July 31, 2019

Q: I heard there are new salt guidelines. What can you tell us? KC, Greenville

A: Kathryn Clary, a Brody medical student has a very fine answer for you. Here is what she wants you to know.

In order to keep our bodies alive, we humans need a few things: water, air and food. In order to stay healthy,…


July 28, 2019

Parker’s Barbecue in Greenville has been known as a Christian-based business since it opened in March 1970. But as I began describing last week, increased intentionality about “impacting the kingdom” with the business has come into full flower in the last 10 years or so under the…


July 24, 2019

It’s the dog days of summer when the mercury in the thermometer is ticking up and the grills are heating up, cranking out hot dogs and hamburgers at a furious pace.

Last week, on July 17, we celebrated National Hot Dog Day and tomorrow, July 25, is National Chili Dog Day, so it’s only…


July 24, 2019

A quick shout out to everyone who is growing fruits and vegetables for us. Researchers at USDA announced that Americans still can meet fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines for $2.10-$2.60 per day. Most vegetables cost less than 80 cents per cup equivalent! That’s a bargain compared with…

Kolasa, Kathy

July 23, 2019

A Viking ship is playing a role in launching a theater company this summer in Pirate country.

“Yo, Vikings,” which opens Thursday at ECU, is the first production of Summer Storybook. The newly formed theater company is designed to offer experience to area actors while providing…

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