English periodicals inspired new Christmas traditions
Treasures from the Vault
By Rob Salvo
December is, at least in the eyes of this author, a difficult month to tackle “serious” literature. Though the promise of a snug chair beside a warm fireplace seems to offer the perfect spot to dive into a weighty tome,
Cainhoy imperiled and future quality of life uncertain
By G. Harris Jordan
By now most people in and around Charleston, South Carolina and elsewhere have at least heard about the proposed development of the 9,000-acre Cainhoy Plantation area north of the city.
Spiritual safari in the Holy Land, Part I
By Charles W. Waring III
A Greek Orthodox priest sporting a long beard walked on one side of Jerusalem’s Christian Quarter Street as an ultra-Orthodox Russian rabbi dashed the other way; meanwhile, a scarf salesman hollered, “Two for ten!” while
Westering home with Bunnahabhain
By The Whisky Couple
The lightest of the Islay drams, with hardly a trace of the ubiquitous peat, is made at Bunnahabhain distillery that once was surrounded by a whole village, even containing a school.
De-stressing Christmas to appreciate its purpose
By Julie Chapman
I love Christmas. Everything about Christmas excites me. But I must confess: I have trouble maintaining inner peace during the most hectic time of the year.
Coach Randall Lee Clark, 1950-2013
By Jim Buxton
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” -1 Thessalonians 5:11