Former traveling salesman Alan Oberdeck turns his time on the road into a series of novels.
Depending on what your pursuits are -- running a marathon on every continent, to name one -- they will take you some interesting places.
I'm sure many of you have favorite spots to take newcomers that you could add to my list. Please share.
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.
A look at some neat things to check out for art lovers in Gwinnett.
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.
Great art by great people on display at local event.
The local market is a good place to catch up with old friends.
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
Thanks to the GCPS STRIVE program, people like P.J. Ponder are able to excel, and smile.
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.
Lilburn gongmaster Yogiray Kessler 'bathing" people in sonic ways as a way to cleanse negative energy.
When it comes to column writing, readers can be very helpful with their opinions and views.
School uses incentives to promote exercise and being healthy.
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.
Watching children throw away fruit with their lunch can drive you crazy.
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.
Looking for a clever costume this Halloween? Use the news as inspiration.