Normally this space is devoted to wacky issues and tongue-in cheek observations, and is not intended to be taken internally.
This article is for guys. (But it is also of interest to any women who loves a guy, including their significant other, close friend, dad, son, nephew or uncle.)
The first week of the MTSU fall semester only whets our appetite for things to come.
Especially with the opening of the new Science Building, it’s going to be a huge semester for students, faculty, staff and administrators. Check out some of these happenings — and the public is invited to many of them:
Those 30 years of age and younger probably will find this story laughable! Those 50 and older probably will understand.
There’s a phrase we use a lot in media research: “correlation is not causation.” Just because two things are related, doesn’t mean that one causes the other. And you know what: that takes a lot of fun out of life.
This is the season when every gardener is seeking friends. Enthusiastic gardeners planted their zucchini and summer squash a few months ago, dreaming of squash blossoms and healthy green and yellow vegetables.
A recent national survey found that over half the people in the nation's workforce find their jobs "unfulfilling."
For those of you that have yet to reach your mid-life point, here are a few things you have to look forward to.
With all of the news about the National Security Agency tracking our cell phones and emails, it is easy to forget that it is not just the federal government that is collecting information about us.
At first, it struck me as the movie “Big Fat Liar” meets the television series “Married with Children.”
A couple of weeks ago, a Chicago judge ruled that the characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson have lost most of their copyright protection, and are in the public domain.
A friend entrusted me with a black notebook – yes, an old-fashioned notebook, not a darn jump drive – in which he has a handwritten account of some of his relatives who were in the business of making and running moonshine in Cannon and DeKalb counties decades ago.