There was a gathering today outside Oswiecim, Poland, 37 miles west of Krakow. The guests of honor were a few hundred men and women, mostly in their 90s or older, … Continue reading
One of the places I consider a “hometown” is the tiny town of Magnolia, Ky., located in the tiny county of LaRue. Our county’s claim to fame is being the … Continue reading
Constant Contact recently posted a great presentation on LinkedIn’s SlideShare.net. Creators contacted a variety of pros in business and non-profit marketing and other fields and asked them to provide one … Continue reading
Because nothing says fun for the weekend like a picture of your nephew being eaten by a giant baseball glove at the Louisville Slugger Museum!
This is a fascinating case well covered, as usual, by Christianity Today. It is a coup that the US Supreme Court heard arguments: “Few cases make it through the costly … Continue reading
Having grown up in nearby Middlesboro, Ky., the pinnacle overlook at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park is very familiar to me, but I never take it for granted. I’m sure … Continue reading
Businesses and non-profits, especially small ones, often think that the words “marketing” or “public relations” are synonymous with big budgets, and consequently are out of reach. Not so. With a … Continue reading
It happened so easily and with such “logic,” I was stunned later on. In discussing cinema owners’ decision to pull the film, The Interview, after threats of violence by … Continue reading