E-mailed Scott Harmon last week after doing a story on his Mangum 506 project a few weeks back. I asked him for the names of one or two cool people we should write about in the coming months. He's thinking about it. In the meantime, who do you think should we be writing about? Who's changing their lives, their neighborhoods and the world?
Here's a look at tomorrow's headlines:
TECH GRADUATION: It's the little school that could. And that every day is helping lift people out of the recession. Read about two graduates in tomorrow night's commencement ceremonies in the new DPAC.
SICK AND TIRED: That's what former Eagles standout Fred "Pop" Bennett felt before his recent liver transplant. Read Bonitta Best's column on why the star athlete, now director of operations at John Avery Boys and Girls Club, needs your help.
THE WONDER YEARS: Actually, Welcome Baby calls its parenting class The Incredible Years (but don't you miss Kevin and Winnie Cooper?). Correspondent Elizabeth Shestak talks with parents in the class who've learned sometimes loving your kids means admitting you can't stand them ... and then doing something about it.
Stan Chambers explains why Braggtown is pinning its hopes on Weed & Seed, LaTasha McMillan talks about losing a friend and we run a nasty photo of a heron chowing down at Duke Gardens in this week's Best Shot.
Thanks for reading,