Category: Five Minutes

Try New Things

If someone were to ask me if I’m a person that takes a lot of risks, or a person who tries new things, I would say that I’m on the “I don’t try new things” side of the chart. With…

Late Night

It’s been a very very long time since I’ve gone a week without writing a column. I’ve composed some that may have been less than stellar, but I had been putting them together for a few years straight, and last…

The Madness Continues

As I was sitting down and thinking of ideas to write about this week, I just couldn’t get past the weekend of college basketball that just took place. It was simply too entertaining to not touch on and dive deeper…

Time Marches On. . .

I’m just going to jump right into this column. There are going to be a few key pieces and ideas. The first one, there’s no better tournament in the world than the one that the NCAA gives us with March…

Winter Olympics

The closing ceremonies for the winter Olympics just happened, and I have to be honest, I’m not that sad to see them go. I’m not sure what it was this year, but there just wasn’t that buzz that you normally…

A Celebration!

This February marks the completion of the 19th year that The Paper has been in business as a weekly publication. 19 years of connecting the area. I think first and foremost this column should really serve as a thank you…

Sustained Excellence

Sustained Excellence. It’s what everyone, anywhere, in any profession strives to have.  It’s also something, that when you see other people have it, you want to have it yourself. This is leading right into yet another column about football, and…

What Snow?

It’s officially the heart of December, which means that it officially can snow any given day of the season. What’s shocking are the locations throughout the United States that have received snow in the last week. Atlanta, and Houston, being…

Big Game Losses

Another big game, and another crushing (kind of) defeat. At this point in my life, I’ve attended a few bigger games, games that have something on the line, and every time, pretty much every single time, the team that I…

Winter Sports

Now that the underappreciated holiday has taken place, it’s time to take on the rest of the winter. The beginning of December is usually a real hurdle, it’s always when it starts to get colder than just regular cold, where…