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Field of Daydreams - Tales of Athens Rec Softball

While most people around Athens know the name Avalanche for its outstanding pizza, Avalanche is also known for its spunky softball team that is often out standing in the outfield on defense while the other teams get hit after hit. 1,227 more words


Tattoo Talk Turns Troublesome

A delicious family dinner on the Delightful Deck turned into a conversational minefield recently when my husband asked what my plans were for the following day. 721 more words

Cindy Hval

Why O.J. Simpson Should Never Work in This Town Again

You can’t turn around these days without coming across a media property that riffs on the ‘80s or ‘90s. Nostalgia is big business, and can even lead to great art, as we saw when “The People v. 785 more words


Iraq War Veteran and Author Draws Similarities Between Dunkirk and 9/11 (Guest Column)

In the days after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, I remember seeing the boats. Boats off all kinds. Civilian boats. 873 more words


The Fall Of The Beast: Why Brock Lesnar's Reign Of Dominance Must End At SummerSlam

For many full-time American workers, it is a dream to get full time pay, benefits and work part time hours. That would be the life of luxury. 591 more words


The Necessity of Selfishness by Sandy Ebner

This month’s “After Hours” is a companion piece to an essay I wrote for Change Seven, called, “The Unexpected Beauty of Alzheimer’s,” which was written over two months ago. 2,109 more words

Change Seven Magazine

The Doric Survivor

Doric Capital

An intriguing category of finds from our project is building fragments and special stones. For example, our “Find of the Month” for November 2016 was a small piece of a… 487 more words