The Gwinnett County Health Department released recent restaurant health scores. Each Monday, the Daily Post takes a snapshot of those scores.
Celebrate Easter for the promise of hope it brings.
World travel enlarges people. It’s a big wide world, the more you see of it, the more you appreciate it.
National Ambassador for March of Dimes, Aidan Lamothe, visited Gwinnett Medical Center on Tuesday to spread the word about the March of Dimes in anticipation of Atlanta and Gwinnett’s marches on April 26.
I’ve always believed that, if we ever want to reform Washington, we have to end automatic withholding. If every family in America had to write a check to the federal government every April, 90 percent of the nonsense going on in the nation’s capital would end overnight.
When my friend Nancy Rowland insisted I see the Hamilton Mill Library, I had no idea what would make this library any nicer than the rest. It took only seconds to realize that not only was this place a work of esthetics, but a work of environmental genius as well.
The Daily Post gives readers a quick look at what’s happening in Gwinnett’s cities.
Troupe bringing improv show to town
The OTC Comedy Troupe will perform at Lionheart Theatre in Norcross this weekend.
Movie critic Michael Clark writes “Dom Hemingway” is easily Jude Law’s best effort in what is mostly a comedy … a very black comedy.
Movie critic Michael Clark spotlights the DVD release of the film “I Am Divine.”
A look at events happening at venues in and around Gwinnett County.
The Gwinnett Daily Post highlights a music, art or performing arts venue.
Scarlett Johansson stars in the art film “Under the Skin.”
The film “Transcendence” stars Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman and Paul Bettany.
Test your film knowledge with these questions. One lucky participant will win a prize pack.
- RICH: Memories of hope and Easter
- MCLEOD: Why I taught my daughters how to be ambassadors in the fifth grade
- JENKINS: Why complain about taxes when they’re put to such good use?
- LARSON: Every day is Earth Day at Hamilton Mill Library
- JENKINS: Teacher evaluations and the law of unintended consequences
- LARSON: Gwinnett Library finds time to rhyme
- RICH: A lifetime of bad decisions
- MCLEOD: Why we trust strangers, but not people we know
- LARSON: Guiding adolescents away from alcohol
- MCLEOD: Why we wish away happiness
Health and Wellness
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 21
- National Ambassador for March of Dimes visits Gwinnett Medical Center
- GA-PCOM graduates return to practice locally
- SOWELL: Comparison of men vs. women pay is statistical fraud
- ARORA: National Osteopathic Medicine Week a good chance to learn about GA-PCOM
- THOMAS: Sebelius is the definition of a scapegoat
- G-Braves to support National Alopecia Areata Foundation
- Dental centers offering free oral cancer screenings
- PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Dental help at Good Samaritan Center
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 14
Home and Garden
- DALY: What do the numbers on the fertilizer bag mean?
- DALY: Not all lawn grasses are created equal
- Gwinnett Tech schedules spring plant sale
- DALY: Georgia Gold Medal Plants are a great addition to the home landscape
- Environmental Center hosts 'Grow your own' festival
- DALY: Even with warmer weather, a late season freeze still possible
- DALY: Although attractive, cherry trees do not perform well in our climate
- DALY: Japanese maples make great specimen plants
- WIGGINS: Some ideas on how to grow green this year
- DALY: Now is the time to prevent summer weeds in lawns
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I fall for it every year.
- 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?