Month: March 2016

DAYS OF DESTINY

CANNAE AUGUST 2, 216 BC   The late afternoon sun was sinking to the west, casting long shadows across the Commanding General’s tent. Hannibal Barca looked up from the map that was spread on the field desk, rubbed his beard and said, “Hasdrubal, have you secured our left […]

AS I LIKE IT!

  MAR 7 THE JERUSALEM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA     I love symphony music, and I’m fortunate to live in an area rich with orchestras. LaGrange, Georgia is one of the smallest towns in the world to sponsor a fully funded symphony. Then there are orchestras in Columbus, Georgia, […]

FACES IN THE CROWD

FACES IN THE CROWD In every generation and in every society, there are those who make a difference, without recognition or fame. Mostly, they are just plain folks, leading ordinary lives, who find themselves thrust into a situation that demands courage, integrity and solid common sense. At that […]