Outdoor gardening may not be your thing, but that doesn't mean you can't have a lush oasis of greenery inside your home.
Generally, a tortilla chip is just a means for transporting tasty dips and other toppings to your mouth.
Many students struggle to make a name for themselves right after graduating from college, but not Marlow Larson.
Editor's note: This is the first of a four-part series chronicling a trip Bill Rezak made across the U.S. on a motorcycle.
Painting and drawing come as naturally to Abraham G. Egziaber as swimming to a fish.
Two miles past the Amicalola Falls State Park cabins and down a narrow dirt road is High Shoals Baptist Church.
If you have been looking for just the right thing to add to your landscaping, chances are you'll be able to find it this weekend at the eighth annual Hall County Master Gardener's Fall Garden Expo.
You may not think of Jewish cooking as trendsetting, but truth is it has been focused on seasonal recipes sporting local ingredients since long before farmers markets became the darling of the foodie scene. And the Jewish New Year meal, served at Rosh Hashana, is a perfect example of this unintended hipness.
I was never a "Barbie" girl. They were too small, and trying to put on their tiny clothes only frustrated me and my clumsy fingers.
Typically, people visit the Northeast Georgia History Center to learn about the past, but on Sunday, visitors will be able to learn more about their futures.
When many artists get ready to work on a new piece, they pull out their brushes and apply paint to canvas.
Not many things are the same as they were 30 years ago. Cars are built differently, clothing styles have changed and nowadays even churches are changing how they reach out to worshippers.
Although some folks may not think about the cooler months being an opportune time to garden, local experts are proving there's never a bad time to grow your own vegetables.
For many folks, summer technically ended on Labor Day, but the first day of fall is still more than a week away.
Boxes of odds and ends like old maps and doll-house miniatures would be disregarded as junk to most folks.
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.