Be still my beating heart. And churning stomach. The annual Nathan's International Hot Dog Eating Contest will go on as scheduled -- with some modifications, of course -- on its traditional July 4 date, and again be televised by ESPN. "The pandemic is just
"People say that it can't work, black and white. Well, here we make it work every day. We have our disagreements, of course, but before we reach for hate .... (we) always, always remember the Titans." – "Remember the Titans," 2000
Kaylee McFarland, 31, grew up in Texas, but her immediate family is from Southeast Iowa and Northeast Missouri. As development officer with the Community Foundation, she helps donors and prospective donors reach their philanthropic goals and develops strategies to tell the story of the foundation, its donors and grantees.
Maybe, just maybe this is all the beginning of something positive. There are more and more images surfacing across social and mainstream media that appear to provide some hope.
What next, America? Personally, I'm emotionally drained concerning what has unfolded across our country following the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who died last week while in police custody in Minneapolis.