For the sake of the story. For the love of the South.
When LaRue Cook left his editor’s job at ESPN in Connecticut and returned home to Tennessee, he made a living as an Uber driver — and wrote the upcoming book, Man in the (Rearview) Mirror, from which we excerpt this essay.
Our editor Chuck Reece steps into our Thursday columns with some thoughts on keeping things together when the world feels like it’s falling apart.
Introducing David Prince — former Kentucky Council for the Social Studies Teacher of the Year — by day; Laid Back Country Picker by night.
North Georgia writer Candice Dyer took an elderly couple to vote. This is the story of how one couple met resistance from poll workers in November.
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