Oh, Nashville. How much I love you. Even if you are not a die-hard country music lover, Nashville still has so much to offer. Of course if you do like country music, even just a little bit, you will absolutely love Music City.
'Tis the season for climbing up to the attic or rummaging around in the basement storage room and dusting off the Christmas decorations. Some you might have even had for decades.
When I saw on Facebook a friend of mine and her husband sold their beautiful home and many of their belongings and were embarking on a year-long trip across America with their two children, I thought it was some sort of a joke. I sent her a message and the next day she called me to share her story.
In a church in north Forsyth in early November, sat Santa Carl. Santa Carl sat next to Santa Jim. Next to Santa Jim was Santa Willie. And next to Santa Willie was Santa Doug.
As the days start to cool and the leaves begin to turn, hikers across the state are breaking out their fall gear. But for those who may be new to the activity, what to wear - and how to do it fashionably - is an essential question.
The season of cooler weather, cozy sweaters and hot apple cider is finally here! The heat and humidity of this past sum¬mer were brutal, especially if you are an avid outdoor enthu¬siast like me.
What thrives in this scorching summer heat and is sure to improve your cooking? Fresh herbs. While I love going outside and snipping various herbs while I am cooking dinner, I am always cognizant that once fall arrives, most of my beloved herbs retreat until spring. So I need to save as much as possible. There are several ways to do this and they are all simple and take just minutes.
It may be too hot in this Georgia summer to be outside midday without being near or in a body of water, but there are more ways to beat the heat and stay productive in our area.
It may not have been the smartest idea to plan a trip to downtown ATL to visit the new Ponce City Market on the weekend of the Fourth of July and the world's largest 10K race, but the plans were made and I headed out with my sweet but reluctant boyfriend. I was super excited to explore the 2,100,000-square-foot building, (one of the largest in the Southeast) which was once used by Sears, Roebuck and Co. from 1926-1987.
If you think you have to drive to the coast to find fresh seafood, think again. North Atlanta is lucky enough to be home to Kathleen's Catch, a fantastic seafood market with two locations - Johns Creek and Milton.
There are a few things that come standard with the end of May. White pants, vacation planning, grilling and sun. While everyone may have their go-to checklist of outdoor accessories that make any activity complete, here are some reminders.
Windy Ho was a junior in high school when her parents, Lei Ho and Jeff Chai, decided to move to Cumming and open Rice Restaurant and Sushi Bar.
Recently, I went to Woodstock with a client to do some research for her new company. Lucky for me she was on board with making it a "Friday fun day" to explore a new city we were both unfamiliar with. With more than 30 locally-owned shops and a quaint sense of Southern charm, this town is worth the trip.
Spring is just around the corner. It's a great time to get out of the house and get a bite to eat.
This holiday season, why not arrange for a "Girls Brunch Out?"
During the holiday season, many will have overnight guests for at least one or two nights.
FORSYTH COUNTY -- The afternoon of Dec. 11, 2015, changed everything for Denise Carleton. It was supposed to be a joyous trip to pick up her ...
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