Doc Lawrence

Doc Lawrence

Editor, publisher, producer, broadcaster in print, online, TV/Radio, blogger and published author. I was editor/publisher, The Nationwide News, columnist for multiple magazines and newspaper, specializing in food, wines, distilled spirits, the arts, cultural tourism, music and sustainable lifestyles.
I review books regularly, primarily cookbooks, culinary heritage and wines; fiction on occasion. I am currently writing two books, "The Chocolate Queen of Texas," and "Luke's Highway," due for publication in December. "Southern Thymes Shared," co-authored with Emmy winning TV chef Lara Lyn Carter inspired a sequel which will be announced soon.
Public appearances, panel discussions, presentations before high-level community-spirited organizations are regular responsibilities. Live theater throughout the greater South is covered and reviewed by me. My blog, http://downsouthtoday.blogspot.com has many archived reviews.
I am joined by Michelle Khouri in writing a play about Dr. Martin Luther King's afternoon drinking wine in Atlanta with an arch enemy. True story.

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Articles Doc has Published
Frank Lloyd Wright at 150-His Florida College Campus
Frank Lloyd Wright at 150-His Florida College Campus

~Doc Lawrence~ Marking the 150th anniversary of the American architect's birth in 1867, New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) presents Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, a major exhibition »

~Doc Lawrence~ Marking the 150th anniversary of the American architect's birth in 1867, New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) presents Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, a major exhibition that critically engages his multifaceted practice. MoMa, with its introduction describes Wright as "one of the most prolific and renowned architects of the 20th century, a radical designer and..

Doc Lawrence · August 9th, 2017

Doc Lawrence · August 9th, 2017

Gifts From The Maya
Gifts From The Maya

THE MAYA GIFT: WHAT WE EAT ~Doc Lawrence Somewhere between 5,000 BC and 7,000 BC, the ancient Maya cultivated cotton, corn, chili peppers, chocolate, vanilla, pineapple, beans and heaven knows what else. »

THE MAYA GIFT: WHAT WE EAT ~Doc Lawrence Somewhere between 5,000 BC and 7,000 BC, the ancient Maya cultivated cotton, corn, chili peppers, chocolate, vanilla, pineapple, beans and heaven knows what else. According to Archeaoengineer James O'Kon in his fascinating new book, How The Maya Changed The World, these were the best agronomists ever. "Their cultivars nourished their people and enabled rapid..

Doc Lawrence · August 7th, 2017

Doc Lawrence · August 7th, 2017