We were out of the driveway, five kids and our parents packed tightly into the 1960 Ford station wagon before it was revealed to me that we were leaving Michigan for good for a new life back East in New York.
It’s a question that’s been asked, again and again, for 50 years now.
It’s hunting season, but I’m not going after deer.
The day before he died, Pres. John F. Kennedy visited Brooks Air Force Base (AFB), now Brooks City-Base, to get a firsthand look at developments in aerospace medicine, Air Force Historian Rudy Purificato told his audience Saturday at the Central Library auditorium.
Every time I drive to Dallas or points northward, I glance over at Dealey Plaza, where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Fifth in a Series: A Rising Southside
This week we are publishing postings from people driving the economic and cultural redevelopment of the Southside.