One for the books

By Gary Lloyd  On the corner of Washington and School streets in Boston, where the most notable of all American Renaissance authors gathered and discussed their books, you can now swing open the historic doors, make your way to the front counter, and request roasted chili-corn salsa on your $8 burrito. The Old Corner Bookstore, … Continue reading One for the books

Man traveling country mowing lawns for good cause

Rodney Smith is building class by cutting grass. The Bermuda native, a graduate student at Alabama A&M University in Huntsville, Alabama, is providing a great service to the elderly, disabled, single mothers, military veterans, and young people. He is traveling the country to mow fifty lawns in all fifty states. His passion developed in 2015, … Continue reading Man traveling country mowing lawns for good cause

A Northern city I could call home

This story appears as the prologue in Gary Lloyd’s book, Valley Road: Uplifting Stories from Down South. Get it here.   I have not traveled to many cities up North. I have lived only in Alabama, and Mississippi for six months, and, like most Southerners, my vacations have consisted of the beaches at the Gulf and the … Continue reading A Northern city I could call home