Have you ever been to a “pounding"? Salvation South editor Chuck Reece was taken to one when he was a child, but he never knew where that name came from. That is, until a writer submitted a story to his magazine about the fading Southern tradition where those who have, help those who don’t. Chuck explains in this week's commentary.
"How can I put it? I don’t NOT believe in ghosts...And I did capture some weird things. It was certainly a very memorable night."
When we’re little kids, this time of year can produce precious memories that will last our entire lives. Then we grow up and life gets more complicated. But there’s great value in savoring those old memories. Salvation South editor Chuck Reece tells us why in this week's commentary.
The news that It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown won't be airing on PBS this year may thud like a rock in your trick or treat bag, but in the spirt of the ever-hopeful Linus we still bring you good television. And radio. (And of course, tidings.)
GPB TV, GPB Radio and GPB PBS Kids cordially invite you to our holiday programming.
That great time of year has returned when you can cut a good 17, 18 holes in a pillowcase and surely no one will wonder what costume it is.
As part of our Season of Giving this year, we’re bringing you a variety of special shows all set in the United Kingdom.
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Electronics are popular gifts during the holiday season. Many kids, perceived to have been exceptionally well-behaved by Mr. Claus, will be getting Kindles, iPads, Nexuses… Nexi… and other handheld devices.
When “it’s the thought that counts” meets “times are tough,” a natural result is the homemade gift. Personally, I sincerely enjoy a thoughtful, homemade gift and am eager to make thoughtful, homemade gifts for others.
In the Holiday Traditions: Community post, I mentioned our live Christmas tree. Going to get it is a traditional event that leaves my son clapping and cheering while the tree is hoisted onto the car.
Fall is my family’s favorite holiday season, and as such it is full of must-have traditions. We have to go to our favorite pumpkin farm where my son gets to have any pumpkin he can carry (a rule that I’m certain we’ll need to amend before he’s 12),
Excitedly, I sat down to schedule this month’s blogs. With so many holidays and colder days keeping us cooped up and looking for events and activities to enjoy with friends and family, there are plenty of topics from which to choose! My supervisor added o