Killing Dixie

Killing Dixie by Phillip McCollum The Colonel’s blue eyes shifted ever so slightly. His crow’s feet appeared rugged and deep in the low light of the lantern hanging from the entryway trellis. “Now, son, let’s be reasonable gentlemen and take a walk.” His voice was measured. “Talk about whatever it is aggrieves you.” John Cunningham, Jr., son of the recently …

The Sordid Tale of Johnny Reb and the Lebanese Pizza

We’re still under an excessive heat warning, so we skipped out on attending a local civil war re-enactment today. It was so much fun going last year and we were really looking forward to it, but alas, the cannonades were not in the cards. Instead, we stuffed our faces with delicious Lebanese pizza. If you’ve never had it before, try …