Bethea, Rabun families were neighbors and had strong ties in Brooklyn

Today’s column is a continuation of Marianne Leader’s recording of her quest for history and genealogy of her ancestors who resided primarily in the Brooklyn ... Read more

Let your light SHINE

Let your light SHINE

Dothan mother of five Rebecca Suggs isn’t your everyday pageant queen. Read more

Practice makes perfect, even with kites

Peeping through my Venetian blind, I saw a kite, high over the great lawn of Covington Hall. Looking more, I saw that it was under ... Read more

Everybody needs a little couscous

Morocco was a French protectorate in 1912 (becoming independent in 1956) with the French leaving a legacy of architecture, cuisine and language. Read more

Restraint is an imporant life lesson for all of us

The first thing I do when I get in my car is reach over my left shoulder, pull the seat belt across my body and ... Read more