Bookshelf

June Books FICTION The Summer Guests, by Mary Alice Monroe When a hurricane threatens the coasts of Florida and South Carolina, an eclectic group of evacuees flee for the farm of their friends, [...]

Hometown

Beach Time Skee-Ball, rafts and sandy feet By Bill Fields During a Southern childhood, “the beach” can be one syllable, just as “milk” can be two, the former taking its pronunciation from [...]

Mom, Inc.

To Thine Own Self A day, and a dance, to remember By Renee Whitmore I got married this past March. It was an outdoor wedding and a gorgeous day, truly. But this isn’t going to be about the [...]

Southwords

Father’s Day A note for a quiet man By Jim Moriarty Traditionally, the U.S. Open is designed to finish on Father’s Day, and since I covered golf, I was always in Pennsylvania or California or New [...]

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