By Marvin L. Covault
Notice anything different about me? Nah, you wouldn't. Not in this thumbnail photo. But trust me - you wouldn't guess it even if I stood a couple of feet away and turned at all angles. I've tried it with lots of people, and they're always clueless.
It has been a busy time for Pentagon officials, as they have tried to stem a storm of protest that America's armed forces are discriminating against evangelical Christians, and that the military has plans to court-martial those that proselytize.
Locally, the Moore County Department of Social Services recently challenged folks to see if they could live within this budget. And Vice President Joe Biden’s family has made a similar call to raise awareness of hunger here and around the world. I wanted to see what this was like, so for seven days I fed myself on $3 a day, just to prove it could be done.
When I was in college, America was shocked that a president of the United States had an "enemies list."
Dr. Joyce Brothers, who pioneered the television advice show and was called the mother of media psychology, died Monday at age 85.
I agree that the seizure of the phone records of The Associated Press by the Department of Justice is outrageous.
By Maurice Holland Jr.
There's a lot to be said for the heartland. My wife and I joined our kids and the YP (Young Prince) himself last weekend in Kansas City to celebrate the 90th birthday of my indefatigable mother-in-law.
Here are some important new books you will not learn about on UNC-TV's "North Carolina Bookwatch."
OK, Moore County. You wanted live theater? You're looking at live theater. Puh-leeze don't fail to support it this time.
When I moved to Pinehurst a year ago, I was impressed with how the village had dedicated bins for recycling with curbside pickup. Still, it got me thinking about how it compares with other places I've lived.