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‘Ring of Fire’ lights up Chattahoochee Nature Center

Georgia Ensemble Theatre’s latest foray into a summer concert series doesn’t rate any stars with me – but I give it 4 WOWs. In a way, it picks up the thread from Georgia Ensemble …

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What you do, say matters

One of the first lessons I learned as a parent was that children watch and listen to everything we do and say. And generally, they never forget it. That is, they model their parents’ behavior. They …

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Aspiring journalists find road rocky in pursuit of truth

For years now, Appen Media has taken great pride in the responsibility of hosting college journalism interns for the summer. We did so again this summer, taking on three interns from the University …

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Print journalism is alive and well in Georgia

Have you ever walked into a room full of strangers and immediately felt at home? That’s exactly what happened to me last week while attending the annual Georgia Press Association conference. …

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Don’t let me near your vegetables

I am grateful to live in a time where I can quickly pop down to a shop or grocery store and purchase all the food necessary for life. If that were not an option, I would be dead from starvation. …

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Planning your work is important

Do you find enough time each day and week to get your job done? Are things slipping through the cracks and not getting completed? Most small business owners have a lot on their plate, and it is …

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Here comes (actually, there goes) the sun!

August 21 – have you marked it on your calendar yet? That’s the date of the coming total solar eclipse. It’s the first total solar eclipse in the United States in close to 40 years, and …

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Investments billions set to transform downtown Atlanta

By now I think most of us can agree that intown Atlanta has become a very cool city. New York? Chicago? Paris? London? Well, these are pretty fantastic cities too. But I’m convinced intown …

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Take Steve’s advice and ‘Get Outside, Georgia’

I don’t consider myself to be Bear Grylls. I was in Boy Scouts and earned my Totin’ Chip, but I still couldn’t tell you the difference between an overhand knot or a slip knot (nor could I begin …

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Milton Councilwoman Thurman responds to Black Box story

It is hard to even read or watch the news. The world, national and even local news is almost all negative. Every day we hear about someone whose heart is so full of negativity, hostility and hatred …

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