In 1990, a homeless man looked me in the eye and said, "You aught to do a story about me."— ted jackson (@TedJacksonPhoto) February 3, 2018
I asked him why.
"Because I've played in three Super Bowls."
Now, finally, here's the entire story, 28 years in the making. @NOLAnews https://t.co/UusKwTEGlK pic.twitter.com/LhcBM207VJ
John Mahoney was 'moral core' on 'Frasier;' maybe his Catholic faith was relevant in obits? https://t.co/EV6G7QnieH— GetReligion (@GetReligion) February 7, 2018
#Exclusive: Michelle Shields spoke to me about how her son-in-law, the Sutherland Springs gunman Devin Kelley, controlled and manipulated her daughter for years before he killed 26 people at the First Baptist Church. https://t.co/CDF9hQI8rz via @expressnews— Silvia Foster-Frau (@SilviaElenaFF) February 7, 2018
Snake-handling churches have dotted Appalachia for a hundred years and are generally secretive.— Religion News Service (@RNS) January 26, 2018
But @juliaduin's new book focuses on a new breed of snake-handling preachers—ones who are young and adept at using social media to attract attention. https://t.co/CJyMEtMuqX
So the U.S. Senate is voting at 1 a.m. to try to keep our government open. Back in college (late 80s) I did those hours with @bobbyross @murrayevans on the campus newspaper. Drank Jolt Cola, listened to bad disco 8-tracks, paraded inflated Alf doll. Always made great decisions— Steve's OKC Central (@stevelackmeyer) February 9, 2018