The Atlanta-area pollen count skyrocketed to 944 on Monday, with trees in the high range. Elm, cedar, and maple were the major contributors. This is by far the highest count on March 10 in the last five years.
The Gwinnett County Health Department released its recent restaurant health scores. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of scores from around Gwinnett.
It’s not that I don’t enjoy those actors’ work or admire their talent. I do. I have no problem going to see their movies. I’ll just skip the annual, sanctimonious propaganda fest known as the Academy Awards.
Walking for exercise was the farthest thing from Frank Sharp’s mind until about five years ago.
They listened and learned from those who went before them and when you think about it, that’s a pretty wise way to learn about things like long, hard, cold winters.
In the documentary, inventor Tim Jenison tried to understand the painting techniques of Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, who painted the famous “Girl with a Pearl Earring.”
The movie is based on characters created by visionary Jay Ward that were part of the “Rocky & Bullwinkle” cartoon series from the 1960s.
The film is the 2014 winner of the Oscar for Best Picture.
A list of events happening in and around Gwinnett County.
Test your film knowledge with our weekly movie trivia contest.
The Norcross arts organization Kudzu Art Zone has a special exhibit on display at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse where viewers are asked to cast a ballot for their favorite piece. A People’s Choice Award will be presented at the close of the exhibit.
Movie critic Todd Gilchrist writes that “300: Rise of an Empire” is a worthy companion piece to the first film, “300.”
Daily Post Film Fans share their reviews of the recently released film “Son of God,” starring Diogo Morgado, Amber Rose Revah and Sebastian Knapp.
Anita Canada, a jazz singer, will perform Friday at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center.
- JENKINS: And the winner for most politically correct is...
- LARSON: Heart attack survivor throws heart into hobby
- MCLEOD: The big question that changes everything
- RICH: Remembering the long, cold winter
- JENKINS: It’s time for a grass-roots movement on term limits
- LARSON: What to read across America
- RICH: Listening to Dale Earnhardt’s advice
- MCLEOD: Why trying to make your children happy makes everyone miserable
- LARSON: Savvy shoppers know where to say ‘yes’
- RICH: In the South, you’re either proud or humble
Health and Wellness
- Pollen count skyrockets earlier than normal
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for March 10
- Governor declares March Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at request of Gwinnett doctor
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Local hospital to host Affordable Care Act seminar and enrollment event
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for March 3
- Bobsled medalist visits local girl, patients at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
- 'Pink in the Rink' has special meaning for Gladiators' ice crew
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for Feb. 24
- 'Lone Survivor' tells story at Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation gala
- Country music singer tours hospital before peforming locally
Home and Garden
- DALY: Now is the time to prevent summer weeds in lawns
- DALY: Proper and timely pruning promotes healthy plant growth
- UPCCA to host gardening event
- North Atlanta Home Show draws large crowds
- DALY: Native azaleas are an attractive feature to the home landscape
- DALY: Soil testing essential in improving the quality of your soil
- DALY: Proper pruning of crape myrtles is essential
- DALY: Use care when planting around septic drainfields
- DALY: If given proper care, fruit trees will produce abundantly
- DALY: Protecting landscape plants from the unseasonably cold weather
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Solitude is a good thing, in measured doses
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: We Americans do love our muscle cars
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Hannah Montana, twerking, and molly. I’m lost.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are you “Just a Housewife?”
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Back-to-school isn’t what it used to be
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: What is it about gossip that fascinates us so?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Civilization, culture alive and well in Gwinnett
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are there any parenting do-overs?