Life According to the Rev. E. Theophilus Caviness Interview by Ronald E. Kisner For 50 years, he has been the pastor of the historic Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church, turning heads, eschewing convention and living an impressive life of civic, political and ministerial heft. As he readies to be enshrined at the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame in Atlanta next month, we sat down with the Rev. Emmitt Theophilus Caviness to talk history, segregation, aging and what his five decades of work mean to the Glenville neighborhood where the street outside his church now bears his name.
Tree Reign Colleen Smitek He got his start collecting driftwood to build a fort as a kid and moved on to crafting guitars for friends in high school. These days Dean Heidelberg acts as the guardian of fallen timber, transforming it into lumber for custom furniture and high-end flooring in one of the country's only urban mills.
Handled With Care Lynne Thompson Five patients and their families share their personal stories of recovery. We also talk to the physicians and other medical professionals who helped them through those difficult days.