There is something depressing to the spirits about a birthday. Do you agree? It may not be the overwhelming emotion of the day, but somewhere underneath the surface is a small current of self-reflection that can often turn a little somber.
Over the weeklong celebration of Independence Day, I finished a nonfiction book that I’d been chipping away at for a few weeks: “The True American: Murder and Mercy in Texas” by Anand Giridharadas. It has a true-crime flair, which is up my alley, but at its core is an incredible, real-life demonstration of human compassion and forgiveness.
Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams made a campaign stop Tuesday at the Liberty Theatre Cultural Center in Columbus, Georgia. The “Stay Woke, Your Voice is Your Vote” rally was hosted by Davis Broadcasting and featured several speakers.