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Cycling event to honor late Buford girl, raise funds to fight deadly blood disease

On Saturday, cyclists from around the Southeast will gather to raise funds to help combat a rare and deadly blood disease. The 6th annual Jackson County Brevet will benefit research for Aplastic Anemia, a blood disorder that primarily affects children.

DALY: Oak trees, tomato leaf spots and mowing lawns

Gwinnett Extension Agent Tim Daly answers your questions.

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Parrotheads transform Gwinnett arena into Margaritaville for Buffett concert | VIDEO | PHOTOS

The Margaritaville party started early at the Arena at Gwinnett Center parking lot, as parrotheads tailgated in preperation for Jimmy Buffett’s “Workin’ n’ Playin’” concert Tuesday.

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American Red Cross asks for help on first ever ‘Giving Day’ Tuesday

The charity is asking for any donations possible.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for June 1

Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.

McLEOD: Finding grace in the moment

Things don’t have to be perfect for you to make your moment wonderful. When things go badly, the universe is giving you a chance to let your grace shine through.

RICH: The yankee and the pocket knife

Out of the hundreds of columns I have written, that one is, without question, a top 10 favorite. Especially for Southern men. In that essay, I wrote that the sexiest men drive pick-up trucks and carry pocket knives.

JENKINS: Where poverty comes from (and how to defeat it)

Perhaps without meaning to, President Obama recently seemed to rebuke — wait for it — Jesus Christ.

GAB: Library to host signing with bestselling author Charles Martin

The New York Times bestselling author Charles Martin will be at Books For Less in Buford June 3 to discuss and sign his latest novel, “Water from My Heart.”

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Alum speaks to record GA-PCOM graduating class| PHOTOS

The largest graduating class of the Georgia campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine held graduation ceremonies at the Gwinnett Center.

By Venue Arts and Entertainment — May 29, 2015

A look at visual arts, performing arts and entertainment around Gwinnett and Atlanta.

FILM FANS: ‘Tomorrowland’ may be intense for young audience members

Film Fans features local residents reviewing a movie of the week. Are you a movie lover and want to become a Film Fan? Just email features@gwinnettdailypost.com.

Blues concert raising awareness about skin cancer

“Crank it Up in the Park!” is raising awareness about melanoma through music this Saturday, bringing a variety of blues tunes from Atlanta artists to Suwanee’s Town Center Park.

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Good Kill’ presents complex, divisive plot about war

Movie Critic Michael Clark reviews the film, “Good Kill,” starring Ethan Hawke.

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