In my column this week, I make no bones about the fact that I'd like to see state Rep. Cindy Gamrat step down—but not because she appears to have had an extramarital affair.
We found out about it a little late to announce it in the paper, but, I thought I would mention that the Allegan Area Arts Council has a reception planned to honor local photographer Jim Kauppi on
Cindy Gamrat ran for state House on a plank of “Family, Faith and ...” another “F” I forget. You could see it coming. She and fellow Tea Party Rep.
Speculation abounds on the future of everything, much less Saugatuck and Douglas.
Nothing proves everything is relative like the new study saying watching TV may cause brain damage.
Pro-free speech? Me too. So what do you think of the “Papa Rod” yacht owner flying the Confederate flag here locally?
The world has been coming to an end from the start. Cartoon guys wearing sandwich boards have prophesied different scenarios and so far been disappointed. But there’s still hope.
They don’t make criminal masterminds like they used to. The comics I read growing up pitted evil geniuses bent on ruling the world vs. virtuous, far-less-interesting superheroes.
“History is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake,” wrote James Joyce.
Screens don’t scream. If they show large and lurid graphics and are accompanied by loud sounds, they may add up to popular entertainment.