The city of Snellville will display the works of two local artists at city hall over the next few months.
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.
I know what you’re thinking: “It’s not fair to compare an airport to a retail store. Airport security is a matter of life and death.” That’s a reasonable observation.
Three North Gwinnett Middle School students have been selected as grand marshals for the Suwanee Fest parade Sept. 19.
The food truck trend continues to grow in Gwinnett, with several cities and organizations hosting events all across the county.
I learned a lot from Mama but, without question, one of the best lessons she taught me was to be still and quiet.
Shawn Mullins and his band of local artists played to a large crowd Friday night on Lawrenceville’s town green as a part of the city’s free summer concert series.
Movie critic Michael Clark reviews the film “We Are Your Friends,” starring Zac Effron and Wes Bentley.
Atlanta’s Fox Theatre presenting special 40th anniversary screening of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” followed by a Q and A with Terry Jones.
A profile on Hi-Life Restaurant located in Peachtree Corners.
Movie critic Michael Clark reviews the Blu-ray/DVD release of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron.
Film Fans features local residents reviewing a movie of the week. Are you a movie lover and want to become a Film Fan? Email email@example.com.
A look at visual arts, performing arts and entertainment around Gwinnett and Atlanta.
So, you think you’re good at movie trivia? Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark.
- JENKINS: Why in the world do we still tolerate the TSA?
- McLEOD: How to be a Noble Purpose parent
- RICH: The lost art of sitting and pondering
- JENKINS: ‘White privilege’ and other offensive stereotypes
- RICH: The melody of our words
- McLEOD: Is it OK to cry at work?
- RICH: Dead conferderates and live yankees
- McLEOD: Are you proud of your job?
- JENKINS: Are the Planned Parenthood videos fake?
- RICH: The preacher and his kindness
Health and Wellness
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for Aug. 31
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Alzheimer’s day program opens in Lawrenceville
- Gwinnett Tech Respiratory Care program receives accreditation
- Raymer Sale wins Health Underwriter of the Year Award
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for Aug. 24
- Georgia patient tests positive for plague
- Kids bike, swim and run to help pediatric cancer patients
- DALY: Answering your questions about aerating lawns, oak worms and blueberries
- BAKER: Looking for a strong finish in Relay For Life’s final push
- Georgia adds 55,581 to Affordable Care Act rolls
Home and Garden
- Gibbs Gardens offering blooming flowers, twilight concerts during September
- DALY: Many insects are beneficial in multiple ways
- DALY: Reaping the benefits from the efforts of horticulture pioneers
- DALY: The addition of organic matter improves soil quality
- DALY: Use plants appropriately adapted to our climate
- DALY: Several plant diseases have influenced human history
- DALY: Several species of trees have long life spans
- DALY: Lawn fungus, tomatoes and flowers in downtown Lawrenceville
- DALY: Many insects provide a valuable service through pollination
- DALY: Keeping pests at bay in vegetable gardens
- BUCK'S BYTES: That was a big day for Apple
- 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