Saturday, May 27, 2006

Sunday's Star

Here's an early look at the stories for Sunday's newspaper:

With Music at McClellan starting this weekend, Ben Cunningham takes a look at the future of the concert series now in its third season.

Brian Lyman checks out other races for governor in Southern states. Ferrel Guillory, director of the Program on Southern Politics, Media and Public Life at the University of North Carolina, tells Brian:
"Governors' offices tend to be less ideological, or they have been less ideological than national offices. That doesn’t mean something like gay rights, the death penalty and other issues like that don’t land in the governor’s office from time to time, but the governor's main function is to get the budget together, keep the schools running, pave the roads and keep government functioning."

Candidates for local office offer their views in the Insight section.

Your Life presents the results of our comics survey.

And George Smith's column begins:
We let them get away with it.
It puts the lie to Alabama the Beautiful.
We let them get way with it.
It's against the law.

You'll have to wait until tomorrow to see how it finishes.