This article originally appeared in the September 2018 issue with the headline “The Man Who Walked Backward.” A man in Abilene walks this morning, like every morning, down a bone-dry farm-to-market road outside town. He is out before the sun because he walks backward. That is to say, he walks in reverse, and he chooses this time of the day so he may behave in this odd fashion cloaked in darkness lest his neighbors see him and make him for crazy. His own mind is fairly certain on the point, but he’ll admit there is room for doubt. He is not a brilliant man. Some would say he does not even encroach on smart. But inside his balding head he has a bold idea, and sometimes when a certain kind of man has a certain kind of idea, one that he considers good, that good idea crowds out all the other thoughts and ideas, and it becomes the only thing he thinks about. Such is the case with Plennie Lawrence Wingo, who is nearly penniless but full of ambition, just shy of his … [Read more...] about The Man Who Walked Backward
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Michael Andor Brodeur Globe Correspondent May 24, 2018 Want the Globe’s top picks for what to see and do each weekend e-mailed straight to you? Sign up for the Weekender newsletter here. Oh hey, it’s me, the Weekender. Back again and all up in your grill. And what perfect timing! It’s Memorial Day weekend — or as Bostonians know it, winter’s two-week notice. Many of you will be spending your Memorial Day paying appropriate respects to those members of our armed forces who gave their lives defending our country. (Thank you for your service to those active-duty members and veterans Weekending along with us here today!) Many others of you will opt for the unofficially appropriate method of observance by inhaling burgers and tallboys, then falling asleep in a hammock. Advertisement America is all about both of those … [Read more...] about The Weekender: Boston calls, ‘Solo’ stalls, ‘Fall’ spills, everyone grills
A 4.0 GPA is one thing, but, as a group of stellar students showed Sunday night at Cheat Lake, success doesn’t just come from grades. It comes from the grace by which you live your life. Top-performing seniors from 15 high schools across the region gathered at the Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa, for the 2108 Honor Student Program, sponsored by The Dominion Post, West Virginia Radio Corp. and BB&T Bank. This was the 59th year for the event, which began in 1959 by way of a TV supplement in The Dominion News, which later became The Dominion Post. As the recognition has evolved over the years, so too has the collective philosophy of the students selected for the program. That’s what impresses Dennis Ruscello, a retired WVU professor who has been a judge for the program for the last several years. During those years as he’s interviewed one class of honorees after the other, he’s seen “me” morph into “we” — and stay there. The 2018 … [Read more...] about Chiropractic care can help with ear infections