Eloise Avery Crawley
I've always liked post-apocalyptic science fiction movies. You know, movies like “Planet of the Apes,” “The Time Machine,” “Mad Max,” “On the Beach,” “Book of Eli.” Mankind has blown it up and all is a wasteland. The characters struggle to survive. They scavenge the crumbling remains of a civilization their ancestors built.
I believe we will eventually have certain proof that not only is there life beyond our own planet but intelligent life at that. It may be through our own exploration into space as a species or life may find us. Who knows?
STARKVILLE – Mississippi Democrats showed signs of political life in recent months after years of fielding candidates in congressional elections who could fairly be described as either noble ideologues or political sacrificial lambs.
When writing this column, I try to stay with subjects that have an appeal to a broad audience. However, there are times when I find a food so delicious to me that I want to share it with everyone.