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One-on-One with D.G. Martin

The man who made me briefly famous died last week.

Out Here in Left Field with Thadd White Jr.

I walked in the newsroom of a newspaper for the first time as an employee when I was just 20 years old.

Did you ever have a childhood best friend that you haven’t heard from in ages? I guess we all have. I did and his name was Eddie. He lived a few doors up the street from my maternal grandparents.

Picture That with Andre' Alfred

I was corresponding with a fellow photographer on Facebook Messenger. She decided that she was ridding herself of unwanted vintage lenses. So I purchased two from her that I had been wanting for awhile now.

Milot's Musings with Claude Milot

Has there ever been a more hyped event than the anniversary of the Jan. 6 riot?

The Bill of Rights was added to the U.S. Constitution 230 years ago last December. James Madison, the Constitution’s principal author, actually opposed the addition initially, insisting that the Constitution as written covered our rights adequately.

Out Here in Left Field with Thadd White Jr.

Recently, one of our APG staff folks wrote about his issues with social media. He wrote about both the good and the bad of sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

Milot's Musings with Claude Milot

The way humans communicate with each other has evolved over time, from the grunts of the earliest cavemen to the sophisticated systems of today. What we have seen in recent times, however, is no longer an evolution but an explosion with nefarious consequences.