Tim Chitwood

Tim Chitwood

Let locals decide what to do with their statues

The law against desecrating the graven images of Confederate leaders and their lost cause was part of a 2001 state flag compromise in which the battle flag retired from the field. In that field now are bars of red and white, a pattern drawn from the first Confederate flag, the “Stars and Bars.”

Tim Chitwood

Taking memory lane to the path of totality

On May 30, 1984, a near-total solar eclipse crossed the Southeast: “In Atlanta, where 99.7 percent of the Sun's surface was covered, street lights came on as skies began to darken some 20 minutes after noon,” the New York Times reported. So that really must have been something, huh?

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