A few weeks ago at a meeting, we were asked a “break the ice” question.
Take it all in. The sun and the sports.
Ah, Texas. High skies, incredible beauty and an independence forged by ornery cowboys and searing summer heat. It’s heart-fluttering and bold and bursting. It’s big business and small business and low taxes and opportunity.
The first hat has been thrown in the presidential candidate ring, which means others will be scrambling to follow lest the first in line get too far of a head start.
A grateful Duane Allen replied to my congratulatory email Wednesday after The Oak Ridge Boys were named 2015 inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The removal of her breasts and ovaries — the very things that make you woman — have helped a celebrity redefine what it is to be a woman.
Last Thursday, this looked like it would be the all-chaos tournament. No. 3 seeds were dropping like flies, No. 15 seeds were pushing No. 2 seeds to the wire and a father-son combo at Georgia State made the first weekend of the NCAA tournament one to remember.
It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. How they do it, however, is becoming the question.
Everybody’s all excited about March Madness. The games are playing on the sports department’s TV and the brackets have all been filled out at the paper and I hear people talking about last night’s game.
As soon as the ESPN update lit up my phone, I knew the story was just beginning.