I was in a band in high school, had long hair down to the middle of my back and played solos in front of thousands of people. I also spent many a Friday night immersed in the joy of music.
North Georgia offers some of the most interesting geological history in the Eastern United States.
Intertwined with memories of my grandfather's garden are recollections of my grandmother canning every summer.
It doesn't take a hurricane to produce flash floods in North Georgia. Summer thunderstorms at the beginning of this month prompted warnings in counties reaching from Dekalb to Habersham, and over into Elbert and many other places.
Since wiffle ball isn't a very heroic sport, I will skip my personal history of injuries related to it. Instead I will tell you about my last basketball game in vet school.
Just the other day, I received an email from a co-worker about a gentleman who used the wrong chemical on his lawn and wiped it out entirely.
This past week, my husband, Darrell, and I, along with our children and several folks from J&J Foods, had the privilege of attending the annual Georgia Food Industry Convention in Florida.
A lovely aquarium called the Shedd Aquarium is in Chicago. It looks out on the water and is nestled between a planetarium, a giant museum of history and Soldier Field.
One sunny afternoon this past summer, we all went on a family excursion to the ball park.
For a first-time visit to Europe, the standard trip to Paris, Rome, London or Berlin is a fine start. There are fascinating other places, though, that you don't even see in many travel guides.
"American Graffiti" found box office success and was nominated for five Academy Awards in the 1970s partly because of its nostalgic atmosphere.
Displays of pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks and other school supplies are filling up the seasonal aisles at area stores.
I remember my first taste of Diet Coke. It was also my last. The taste, to me, is similar to bug spray.
If your travels lead you to London, there are interesting things to observe besides the museums, shops and the slightly scary London Eye Ferris wheel.
We are in that time of year again when Japanese beetles invade our gardens and landscapes with an appetite that would put most teenagers to shame.
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I recently returned from a cross country road trip, having the bounty to observe the changing landscapes and being reminded of fall's extraordinary beauty ...
Albert Einstein is one of my inspirations, and not just because my hair looks a lot like his when I first get up in the ...
We laid down for naps one Saturday afternoon.
Every year in the United States, 1 out of 3 adults ages 65 and older experience a fall.
From now on, it often gets chilly enough to require some heat in the house.
What do local farming, youth development, nutrition education and Master Gardeners have in common? The answer is: Hall County Cooperative Extension.
In October, the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program will celebrate another year in Hall County.
Based on the typical weather in North Georgia, we'll experience about a month of dry and mostly sunny weather this fall. After that comes ...
I like animals and I like people. But to be honest, I probably like animals more than I like most people.
If you're tired of sitting around with nothing to do, there's a way to get active and get some exercise.
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