Greenberry Taylor

January 30, 2016

Positivity Springs From Prison

The bullet went right over the heads of Chris Napier and his older brother, ripping through the front door of their Prichard home in Queens Court before killing their father in 1975. Chris was only 4. Witnessing his father’s murder was only the first link […]
January 29, 2016

Lagniappe Takes You Gator Huntin’ On The Delta

Beams of sunlight crept through as the fog settled on the Tensaw River signifying dawn’s approach – that’s when it happened. The horrifically exciting sound of 30-pound, braided test, fishing line being stripped violently from a Shimano reel filled the air, breaking the silence that […]
January 29, 2016

ALBUM REVIEW: Sam Lewis’ “Self-Titled”

The unexpected artist has nothing but opportunity. There are no expectations or comparisons to past achievements to clout judgment/artistic creation. Just a blank canvas. On March 13, expect to be introduced to the unexpected, Sam Lewis, and his brilliant creation. Lewis, a singer/songwriter from Nashville, […]
January 28, 2016

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Commercial Fishermen Protest BP in Bayou La Batre

As the sun slowly began to rise Wednesday morning over the waters of Bayou La Batre, local commercial fisherman manned their boats. But not to work. With daybreak on the horizon, light began to shine upon what was taking place at the mouth of the […]