By Gray Bostick (This article first appeared in the September/October issue of "Playlist" magazine, and is republished here with their gracious permission.) When it comes to Darlington, the arguments about “The Best” are both timeless and endless: Petty or Pearson? Yarborough or Waltrip? Earnhardt or Gordon? Hamburger steak, plain or loaded? Say what? Yep, while … Continue reading Take A Lap Back in Time at Raceway Grill
"We gotta rise above all this racist bullshit mess..."
“Let us trust God, and our better judgment to set us right hereafter. United we stand, divided we fall. Let us not split into factions which destroy that union upon which our existence hangs.” Patrick Henry By Gray Bostick It's just sad. My heart breaks and my eyes moisten at the mere thought of how … Continue reading We All Should Be Ashamed
This video is provided in an effort to further recognize Vestibular Disorders in anticipation of and preparation for Balance Awareness Week, September 18-24, and to offer sufferers something to share with family and friends, spouses and partners, in the hope that it might help them better understand the “new reality” that now rules your life, … Continue reading Life with Meniere’s disease
A compilation of some of my favorite Grand Strand scenes and spots, featuring Cherry Grove and Murrells Inlet. Remember: "The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears, or the Sea."
A compilation of photos taken during 1988-89 of the good ol' fun-filled days of an extended escape from reality, spent having great times with great folks -- until a breezy bloke named Hugo broke up the party in a major not-near-as-much-fun way. https://youtu.be/b7OyVI6oZPs And a memoir about Hurricane Hugo... https://graybostick.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/hurricane-hugo-a-memoir/
From August, 1999 OK. Enough’s enough. But feel free to have yourself one more good laugh about the third grade photo of me that Cliff ran in last week’s Marlboro Shopper. For your convenience, I’ve posted it atop this column. So, go ahead...I’ll wait. There, feel better? I hope so. Glad I could help lighten … Continue reading Long live “The Kid” — in all of us