The Bow Tie Chronicles: These Bulldogs could help the Falcons

In the 316th episode of The Bow Tie Chronicles podcast, host D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Mike Griffith of DawgNation discuss the top 10 prospects in the NFL draft and the prospects of the Georgia Bulldogs, including Nakobe Dean and Jordan Davis. The Falcons may need to break with tradition and draft some of the players from the national championship team to quickly return to respectability. Also, we preview the quarterbacks who will be on display at the coming Senior Bowl.
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Mommy Chronicles: When your teen "soils the nest"

As soon as she was able to communicate, our eldest daughter let us know that she wanted to do it-- whatever it was -- by herself. From selecting what to wear, what to eat, or clipping the intricate buckles on her car seat, we learned to allow extra time, knowing she’d push aside our offers of help with an authoritative, “Not you -- my do!”
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The Passing Chronicles: 2021 Divisional Round

Sure would have been cool to write one of these for a Super Bowl. One day, man. Maybe next year! I can dream. We can all dream. I know not everyone gets their jollies by revisiting plays from a crushing playoff defeat, so this will be a slightly abbreviated version of The Passing Chronicles. We're going to look at a few plays and get out of here. Deal? Deal.

New book chronicles comedian Buster Keaton’s career, and his intersection with an era of constant change

In the heyday of silent movie comedy, Buster Keaton was one of its biggest stars and most innovative practitioners of the form. His life, which began just before the dawn of the 20th century and ended in the 1960s, intersected with some of the most consequential developments in entertainment, law, journalism and politics of the era.
Buffalo News

[BN] Chronicles: A more peaceful Niagara Square, 1914

Today, the McKinley Monument in the center of Niagara Square is dwarfed by the skyscraper surrounding it – but that wasn’t the case in 1914, just a few years after it was built. Standing on the sidewalk on Delaware Avenue, the photographer caught a bit of the Castle...
The DeLand-Deltona Beacon

Cameron’s Chronicles: Honor King by celebrating unity all year

We hope you're enjoying our site. You've read one of your seven free stories for the month. Log in for open access. There are so many reasons to be thankful in 2022, and so many lessons were learned in 2021. What we can’t do is give up now!. Dr....
Times Daily

Sundance: 'Descendant' chronicles a Black history uncovered

NEW YORK (AP) — Rarely have past and present mingled in a documentary the way they do in “Descendant,” a nonfiction account of the last known ship to bring African captives to the American South for enslavement. Support local journalism reporting on your community. * New Subscribers...

Ondi Timoner Chronicles Her Father’s Final Days in ‘Last Flight Home’

Ondi Timoner has already won two Sundance grand jury prizes for her documentaries. But she is especially nervous about screening “Last Flight Home” at this year’s virtual festival. “It’s a scary moment for me because this film is so personal,” says Timoner of the documentary about her...
Vermilion Standard

Canucks prospects tracker: The chronicles of Karlsson, Jurmo returns

It’s the latest edition of the weekly tracker, where we tally up the efforts of the Vancouver Canucks’ highest-profile prospects:. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. Linus Karlsson. He had our curiosity. Now he has our attention. Entering the season, Linus...

Carriker Chronicles: Catching up with JoJo Domann as he prepares for NFL draft

All year round, former Husker and NFL veteran Adam Carriker is taking the pulse of Husker Nation. In the "Carriker Chronicles" video series, he breaks down the latest NU news, upcoming opponents, player updates and recruiting information, and he offers his insight into the X's and O's and more. On...

The Chronicles of Narnia

Sometimes all you can do is sit down and read a good book. There may have been an Arctic air blast that forced you indoors, or you may simply want some ‘me time’ for a few hours. But what makes a good book, and will it be the same thing for different people? In this article, we’ll be discussing 6 qualities that make a book extra special.