This rock-doc follows a band who never made it big
This week, Michael Clark spotlights “Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me” on Blu-ray disc.
Several cities are getting ready for the holidays
With Thanksgiving out of the way, Gwinnett’s cities are getting ready to celebrate Christmas.
The RK Gun Show returns to the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds
The two-day event at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds features hundreds of weapons for sale.
Statham vs. Franco in uneasy mashup of brutish action, family values in ‘Homefront’
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark’s weekly movie trivia contest.
It took more than seven months to complete
On Nov. 2, David Rutter and his 10-year-old Golden Retriever Copper finished the 2,176 miles to complete the entire trail.
Earlier this month, 24-year old Chavis Harrison was admitted to Peachtree Christian Hospice (PCH) for complications from a motorcycle accident that caused extensive bodily damage, including quadriplegia. Since it is rare that PCH cares for patients who are both young and cognitively alert, the dedicated staff were particularly moved to do something special for Harrison. Upon admission to PCH, they learned that he was a life-long Falcons fan who had played football from the time he was 7 until he was 17 years old.
The director of the Wound Clinic at Eastside Medical’s South Campus was recently recognized.
Those who donate from Wednesday through Sunday will receive a commemorative American Red Cross T-shirt.
Buford Sen. Renee Unterman was tapped as legislator of the year by the National Association of Local Boards of Health.
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 don’t recommend the drive-through, however, for parents with small children. Using it will merely frustrate your real purpose: having half an hour to eat in peace while your kids will disappear inside the playground.
SaltLight Center, run by Family Promise, is a volunteer run emergency shelter for homeless single women and women with children. It provides a safe and loving overnight stay for those in need and Karpf is most grateful for all its willing volunteers.
The event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Amy Robach, a Snellville native and Brookwood graduate, agreed to undergo the first televised mammogram on Oct. 30.
- LARSON: Searching for support for PTSD
- JENKINS: The Grinches who are trying to steal football
- LARSON: Taking care of unfinished business in honoring Coach Flowe
- JENKINS: Recruiting in high school sports hurts our students
- MCLEOD: Are your greatest strengths holding you back?
- RICH: A Thanksgiving for blessings and troubles
- JENKINS: How to be a family man: Eating out with small children
- LARSON: Accounting for countless blessings
- MCLEOD: Nobody feels confident the first time they try a backflip
- RICH: Living the American dream
Health and Wellness
- Weekly restaurant inspections for Dec. 9
- Senate forum to talk about drug problem in suburbs
- Lilburn resident steps into role of executive director for Dream House
- Red Cross holding public blood drives throughout December
- Legislators offer incentives to boost EpiPens in schools
- Lawrenceville man sheds pounds on Weight Watchers
- Duluth resident compiles book on plant-based diets
- PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Falcons players rally around young hospice patient
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Eastside Medical Center names second DAISY honoree
- Red Cross seeking blood donations over Thanksgiving holiday
Home and Garden
- DALY: How to find the perfect Christmas tree
- DALY: Houseplants brighten the indoors during winter
- DALY: Landscape plants should fit the space where they are planted
- DALY: Moles and voles are troubling home landscapes
- DALY: Local homeowners being plagued with kudzu bugs
- Randy's hosts free fall festivities
- DALY: Grubs can menace lawns in the fall
- DALY: Plant bulbs now for spring color
- DALY: Autumn is the time to divide perennials
- DALY: Gwinnett Extension accepting applications for Master Gardener Extension volunteer program
- 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?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are there any parenting do-overs?