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LARSON: On the road to a happy Father's Day

Former traveling salesman Alan Oberdeck turns his time on the road into a series of novels.

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LARSON: Goals get Gwinnettians going global

Depending on what your pursuits are -- running a marathon on every continent, to name one -- they will take you some interesting places.

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LARSON: Welcoming new ways to welcome newcomers

I'm sure many of you have favorite spots to take newcomers that you could add to my list. Please share.

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LARSON: United Methodist’s event more than Health and Wellness Expo

McKendree United Methodist Church is calling its upcoming July 28 event a Health and Wellness Expo, but there's much more to it than that.

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LARSON: Local artists compose pictures at exhibitions

A look at some neat things to check out for art lovers in Gwinnett.

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LARSON: Lilburn legend spins his wheels in retirement

Larry Lutz didn't set out to be a legend in the tire business. He'd earned a degree in Industrial Management from Georgia Tech, but after some restaurant and sales jobs that didn't seem to suit him, he was looking for another way to earn a living.

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LARSON: Artists get folksy at Slotin Folk Art Fest

Great art by great people on display at local event.

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LARSON: Community connections grow at local farmers markets

The local market is a good place to catch up with old friends.

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LARSON: Library offers ideas whole community can cherish

I was amazed and delighted at how many columns about the arts in Gwinnett I had fall into my lap over the last few months. Not only did I get to write about the art scene in our county, but through responses to my columns, I also connected with several

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LARSON: Gwinnett schools help student STRIVE toward satisfying job

Thanks to the GCPS STRIVE program, people like P.J. Ponder are able to excel, and smile.

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LARSON: Telling the truth about the truth

When I think back on what a bunch of 9-year-olds could do with a Brownie camera, a manual typewriter, and an eight-pack of Crayolas, and then look at the political campaigns we see employing all the technology we have available today, I honestly hope all the voters in this upcoming election are at least as smart as my fourth-graders.

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LARSON: Light and Shadow strike harmony for peace

Lilburn gongmaster Yogiray Kessler 'bathing" people in sonic ways as a way to cleanse negative energy.

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LARSON: Hoping to clear the air on propaganda column

When it comes to column writing, readers can be very helpful with their opinions and views.

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LARSON: Berkmar Middle Walks and Talks physical fitness

School uses incentives to promote exercise and being healthy.

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LARSON: Clicks and Sticks a close-knit group

Interested in knitting? Join Clicks and Sticks them on second Thursdays from 6 9 p.m. at the Centerville Community Center or first and fourth Thursdays at Alcove Coffee in Lilburn.

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LARSON: Going bananas over school lunches

Watching children throw away fruit with their lunch can drive you crazy.

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LARSON: Cherishing time to Chair-ish the Arts

My friend Jeanne Pescitelli and I have been known to spend hours strolling through fabric warehouses stroking silks, eyeballing buttons and braids, and imagining all the things we could create with them. So when I wanted to see all the chairs on display for the Gwinnett Library's Chair-ish the Arts Contest, I knew it would be a lot more fun with Jeanne, not only for opining about the chairs, but for the long ride between all the branches.

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LARSON: Hot news inspires hot ideas for Halloween

Looking for a clever costume this Halloween? Use the news as inspiration.