There is an eerie quiet that consumes you the moment you step off the bus and walk through the gates. Gone is the laughing and horseplay of a family on vacation. Instead, there is a quiet respect for those whose final resting place is this hallowed ground.
The New York Post is under major fire right now for using a picture, on the front page, of a man named Ki Suk Han, about to be hit by a subway train. Um, yeah. A tragic story to begin with, but what would make them think this is ok?
Tim Johnson is behind the lyrics to some of the most powerful country music songs written over the last two decades. The songwriter had over 100 of his songs cut on major label records, and was a cherished father, husband and friend to many in the Nashville community. Johnson died Sunday morning (Oct. 21) after a long battle with cancer.
Reports say it was a mechanical fire that caused the blaze and in a matter of moments an icon that could be mentioned in the same breath as the Astrodome, Reunion Tower and dare I say it, the Alamo was just a smoldering framework of smokey steel.
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