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  • Steven Ivory: Miss Evans’ Last (Spooky) Lesson

    Oct 28, 14 by blueolive Comments Off on Steven Ivory: Miss Evans’ Last (Spooky) Lesson

    *”She’s here,” Joel  said that crisp and sunny fall Saturday morning while sliding from behind the wheel of his family’s  brand new 1966 Dodge Dart.   “She got here late last night.   Y’all can see her this evening if y’all still want  to.” Of course, we wanted to see her.  Andre and I agreed that Miss […]

  • The Substance of a Speech, the Hope of a Dream

    Jan 16, 12 by Larry Buford Leave a comment

    *The words of  Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963, infused hope and inspiration to the mixed masses in a most profound way. Now almost 50 years later the profundity of that speech remains a brilliant evergreen benchmark as we look around and still see the “flames of […]