Captain Planet may have been a cartoon character, but this weekend, Smithgall Woods State Park visitors will have the opportunity to walk in his environmental protection footsteps.
Most folks in these parts are familiar with Chief Whitepath's cabin exhibit at the Northeast Georgia History Center, but this week, visitors will be able to submerse themselves even more in Native American culture.
When it comes to a heart-healthy diet, most folks automatically flock to poultry or fish, but a recent study suggests it could be beneficial to reconsider positions on red meat.
We've all seen them: The folks who are too busy doing everything else except paying attention to where they're going.
It was just three words, not a very long sentence, but it was the most magical sound to Jennifer Lane's ears.
In addition to worship services, most churches have also played host to a fair share of wedding ceremonies. And it's not uncommon to hear a pastor acknowledge a wedding anniversary from the pulpit or in church bulletins.
Remember how much you loved taking naps on the chaise of the bed and breakfast where you stayed during your last vacation? Or how much you couldn't get enough of looking at the tropical flowers in the arrangements on the dinner table during your last cruise?
Joseph Scott Morgan spent his entire career - and a good portion of his life in general - seeing things that most people would rather hide from view.
If your muse seems to be ever elusive these days, you just might find it down at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center on Friday afternoons.
The Peach State Mounted Shooters are saddled up and ready to wrangle a few prizes this weekend during the Bulldog Double Point Brawl and the Double Point Yellow Jacket Attack.
It may have taken nearly 20 years, but Riverstreet fans are finally getting the encore they've been waiting for.
If your goal is to become a healthier you, half the battle will be fought at your dinner table.
If you've ever watched or attended a football game, you know that the sport comes with its own language and culture.
It's an epidemic that's widely known, but not greatly discussed.
Emerald City residents may have been disappointed to discover their wizard was just a man behind a curtain, but local folks are happy to know the man controlling the happenings at the Good Samaritan Food and Furniture Ministry.