What to do, hear, see, watch, read, listen to, visit and eat in Gwinnett and Atlanta
Twenty-four contestants vie for the four first place positions in each age division.
Trasher Park is coverd in yarn, thanks to the Society of Crocheters and Knitters.
Local residents reviewed "After Earth," the movie of the week.
"Summer" captures with deft accuracy what happens when the temperature rises, adolescent boys dream lustfully about girls and imagine life without their bothersome parents.
Several cities are hosting free events on June 7 and 8.
The Georgia Pine serves craft food, beer and wine in The Shoppes at Webb Gin.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
Henry Cho and Jake Gulledge take stage twice June 8 during the Funny But Clean Comedy Tour.
For tech-infatuated teens and other gadget-obsessed types, the movie will be viewed as a super-square, bait-and-switch yawn.
Unlike anything you have ever seen, "Stories We Tell" is equal parts reality TV and confessional/investigative documentary.
There is still room for other classes at the Center throughout the summer.
If you are willing to do a little extra work in your garden, roses will produce attractive colorful blooms throughout the growing season. Their display of beauty is why roses are among the most favorite of garden plants.
The event is located at the intersection of The Corners Parkway and Woodhill Drive.
Gwinnett Tech's Diagnostic Medical Sonography program now offers OB ultrasounds at no charge. The service is offered on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Gwinnett Medical Center will host a "Delete Blood Cancer" drive on Thursday.
- JENKINS: Some of my favorite things I've said about fathers
- LARSON: Father and son build future together 1 comment
- MCLEOD: Why most bosses are self-absorbed
- RICH: Tales of woe
- JENKINS: Key to a lasting marriage is keeping romance alive
- LARSON: Valedictorians speak of varied victories 1 comment
- RICH: The book within you
- MCLEOD: 3 mistakes that will mess up your life
- JENKINS: The Bill of Rights, Revised 2013 Edition 3 comments
- LARSON: Monastery invites public to pray, eat, run 1 comment
Health and Wellness
- GMC receives award for heart attack care
- GMC warns patients of possible TB exposure 2 comments
- PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Good Samaritan Health Center celebrates eighth year
- School officers' recovery reaches 4-month mark
- Health conference to discuss Obamacare implementation
- Free OB ultrasounds offered at Gwinnett Tech
- GMC to host bone marrow drive
- Heart Association campaign set to Bee Gees' hit
- One of nation's youngest doctors graduates in Suwanee 2 comments
- GMC to host EMS awards event
Home and Garden
- DALY: Separating fact from fiction in organic gardening:
- DALY: Centipedegrass is not the lazy man's grass
- DALY: Roses are well worth the extra effort
- Local farmers markets back in swing 1 comment
- DALY: Scented geraniums add fragrance to the garden
- DALY: If given proper care, tomatoes will produce an abundant harvest
- DALY: Zoysia makes an attractive and durable lawn
- DALY: Heirloom vegetables valued for superior flavor
- DALY: Keeping carpenter bees away from your home
- DALY: If you lack space for a vegetable garden, consider using containers
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Some days, it just doesn’t pay to get out of bed.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Happy Father’s Day , for every time I overheard, “Don’t tell Mom.”
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: People watching is a great education.
- FRANK'S PLACE: Hornworms make short work of your tomatoes
- BUCK'S BYTES: Stepping in to wearable tech
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The older I get, the more patriotic I become
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Is there a Post sister in the house?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’ve tried something new (and I like it)
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: I’m now in progressives