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LARSON: Forest ranger well rooted in community

I think someone said old forest rangers never retire. They just branch out.

McLEOD: Yes, business is really a force for good

The takers are not the norm. They’re the outliers. It’s time to stop letting a few greedy fools define the story of business. Capitalism gives more than it takes, and we need to win that story.

JENKINS: Fun tax facts to celebrate the end of income tax season

Enjoy your tax refund, and try not to think about what the government is doing with the money they’re borrowing from you (interest free) this year.

RICH: The joy of good, old-fashioned book stores

I love shopping that is easy and requires no effort or gas. It is because of us that bookstores, built from brick and mortar, are disappearing. Especially the small, independent ones.

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Music and movies coming to Lawrenceville Lawn this summer

The Lawrenceville Lawn will come to life this summer as music and movie fans catch performances from a variety of bands and outdoors showings of popular family films.

By Venue Arts and Entertainment — April 17, 2015

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

MOVIE REVIEW: 'Salt of the Earth' highly informative, unique

Movie critic Michael Clark reviews the foreign film “Salt of the Earth.”

DISC SPOTLIGHT: 'The Babadook' Blu-ray

Movie critic Michael Clark spotlights the DVD/Blu-ray release of the horror film, “The Babadook.”

By Venue Music — April 17, 2015

A list of upcoming concerts happening at venues in and around Gwinnett County.

THE DISH: Grand J Fish and Chicken

A profile on the restaurant Grand J Fish and Chicken in Lawrenceville.

MOVIE REVIEW: Disneynature's 'Monkey Kingdom' an adorable, must-see movie

Movie critic Michael Clark reviews the Disneynature film “Monkey Kingdom.”

Southern Ballet Theatre to host Summer Snow Day

The nonprofit dance company will host a Summer Snow Day with festive activities and a performance by the cast of “Frozen: A Tale of the Ice Queen” April 26.

New Dawn Theater presents literary classic as last major show before moving

New Dawn Theater Company will present the classic love story “Sense and Sensibility” through May 3 before moving out of their current venue in downtown Duluth and settling into their new facility at Mall Corners.

Adkins & Loudermilk perform at Everett's Music Barn fundraiser

After recently debuting their new album at the Barn, the bluegrass band is returning to perform at the Everett’s Music Barn Benefit Saturday, April 18.

Men in 'Ex Machina' test intelligence of drop-dead cyborg

A reclusive technology millionaire, a naive young programmer and a beautiful, artificially intelligent robot take on a twisted exploration into the age-old debate of man versus machine in the new film “Ex Machina.”


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