When my friend Nancy Rowland insisted I see the Hamilton Mill Library, I had no idea what would make this library any nicer than the rest. It took only seconds to realize that not only was this place a work of esthetics, but a work of environmental genius as well.
In recognition of National Poetry Month, I thought I’d ask our Gwinnett librarians about which poetry books particularly touched them.
To help educate the public on this issue, Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash has proclaimed April Alcohol Awareness Month.
I’ve written about a lot of worthwhile things over the years, but highlighting Gwinnett volunteers is always at the top of my list.
My advice to everyone is when you’re sending e-mails to watch those free carriers. Privacy is worth paying for.
When I went to Gwinnett’s first Pierogi Festival five years ago, it was to enjoy Polish cuisine.
Walking for exercise was the farthest thing from Frank Sharp’s mind until about five years ago.
While the Gwinnett Public Library is celebrating Read Across America Week with songs, games and visits from the Cat in the Hat, I thought I’d celebrate by sharing readers’ response to the column I’d written about books a few weeks back.
Susan Larson spotlights a local dress consignment shop.
As a proud and active member of the William Day Chapter - Daughters of the American Revolution, Leslie Watkins of Snellville spends her days traveling around presenting living history presentations on lifestyle during colonial times.