Who is the home run king — Barry Bonds or Hank Aaron?
We’re closing in one of the bigger events of the calendar, where thousands and thousands line up at times four to five deep from Madison Street to Lakeshore Drive to watch the Fourth of July parade.
It’s become more and more cliché to say that our society is at a crossroads, that something needs to be done, to be fixed.
It started with a visit.
Another sign that COVID-19 is more and more growing into the rearview was the visit of Ludington Elementary School second graders to the Daily News last week.
It’s amazing that sometimes when going through the various negatives of past events how much some things never change. Looking through the images of the 1962 Memorial Day remembrances — 60 years ago — brought that all into focus, to a point.
It’s been about a month since writing a column for the Opinion page, there’s a few reasons for it. Workloads shifted and increased in that time. We welcomed a returning Dave Barber to his weekly (or so) Monday slot, too.
Just thinking about the Fountain Horse Pull, there’s a few themes to that come to mind. There’s one, though, that’s particularly fun to think about. It’s a theme of what I have is better than yours.
There was a mention in my regular column that I was able to get into Sunset Bay Antiques in downtown Ludington, thanks in large part to the awesome weather last Saturday.