Baseball and food have always been a team. When you first walked into a ballpark as a kid, the aroma of hot dogs, popcorn, nachos and other savory delights became one with the sport. Dad's wallet would gradually get thinner as nine innings' worth of peanuts, Cracker Jack and cotton candy ruined your appetite for dinner. So it was only a matter of time before someone created a baseball-themed cookbook. That was Julie Loria, whose ...
With local students out of school this week for spring break, many parents anticipate their children wanting to spend their free time hanging out with friends.
Sam Hendrixson spent his Thursday morning flying over the Berlin Wall, walking through a museum and exploring a volcano.
The Cantrell siblings are a high-kicking, toe-standing, folk dancing conundrum. It's not every day that you meet brothers and sisters ranging in age from 11 to 17 who are willing spend the bulk of their waking hours together. It's also not every day you meet a group of young performers so focused on keeping an old-school style of folk dance alive. "We started clogging eight years ago," said 17-year-old Callie Cantrell, whose family lives in ...
After traveling far and wide sharing the gospel, twins Sharon and Jonathan Arrowood realized that their mission field was right in their own backyard.
When it comes to stubborn stains, even some veteran cleaning pro can meet their match. From ink on khaki pants to spilled red wine, some stains just leave you clueless. Enter Tim "Tip Man" Thompson. "I've always been a collector of tips - any kind of useful tip," said Thompson, a Hall County resident. "Everybody has their quirks. That's always been mine. The key for me is that it has to be helpful in some ...
Depending on your family traditions, next week's holidays may bring a different variety of dishes to your dinner table. Easter and Passover are both around the corner and each have their own set of culinary delights.
A new pair of cross trainer shoes will probably set you back $60 or more, but a new lease on life, via the Average Joe Boot Camp, is free.
Although learning is its own reward, groups of local students are getting an added incentive for showing up to school regularly.
The oversized landscape hanging in the break room of Porter's Inc. is as much a part of June Porter's family history as any aunt or uncle.
Grayson Smith may be young, but he's ready to make a difference in the world.
It may contain a porcelain "throne," but when it comes to tidying up the bathroom, the process can make you feel like anything but royal.
With warm weather here to stay, folks are turning their attention to beach vacations and the delightful meal options provided by the surf's bounty.
During the first year on many teams, members are focused more on building a firm foundation than they are on winning.
Maybe you've noticed it when stuck in traffic on Ga. Highway 211. Or when strolling through downtown Athens. And you may well notice it next week when driving down a certain stretch of Ga. 53.
When local beekeeper Bob Bradbury surveyed his beehives last March in preparation for spring, he found a big surprise. About 80 percent of his hives were empty.