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    Roadside oddities: Howard Finster's Paradise Garden
    Howard Finster was a remarkable man. A Baptist minister who played banjo and composed songs and poetry, he was touched by visions throughout his life. He became an honorary Kentucky Colonel and was given a key to the city of Summerville, Georgia....
  • Metro Atlanta
    Californians' migration to Atlanta, Georgia
    Housing has been extremely expensive in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1980 and that is about the time when local residents began to move out. First they migrated to California's central valley; mainly to Roseville, Rocklin, Folsom, and...
  • Wolves shutout Jags to remain undefeated in NDFL action
    Wolves shutout Jags to remain undefeated in NDFL action
    The Georgia Wolves continued their march thru National Developmental Football League opponents with a shutout victory against the Jaguars, 38-0, on Saturday afternoon for the team’s fourth consecutive win. The Wolves (4-0) began the weekend...
  • Tomorrowworld To Stay for 10 More Years
    Tomorrowworld Land Permit Approved til 2025
    The most popular and talked about American dance music festival, Tomorrowworld, hosted by SFX Entertainment is set to continue its wonder in Chattahooche Hills, GA for yet another glorifying 10 years to come. Residential attendees, fellow...
  • Michael Sibley bomb
    Michael Sibley: Bombs, Quran planted by Georgia 'patriot' in park to sow fear
    Michael Sibley, a Georgia resident, planted two pipe bombs last November in a Roswell park in order to “teach Americans a lesson.” The 67-year-old placed the pipe bomb IEDs inside of a backpack, along with a Quran and a fabricated list...
  • Georgia Pines
    Baby and Bath Water: What Would Chuck Do?
    The Georgia House of Representatives has just passed a bill that will prevent Georgia homes and businesses from becoming LEED certified, on the basis that most Georgia lumber is not recognized as sustainable by LEED. LEED certifications,...
  • Nick Marquez tosses no-hitter in Brookwood win over Dacula
    Nick Marquez tosses no-hitter in Brookwood win over Dacula
    Brookwood pitcher Nick Marquez tossed a no-hitter against Dacula on Wednesday in Region 8-AAAAAA baseball action. The right-hander is now 4-1 on the season while the Broncos improved to 11-3 overall, 4-1 in the region.The win is the fourth in a...
  • Fulton police chief to retire April 7
    Fulton police chief to retire April 7
    The chief of Fulton County Police is retiring following a report she worked a second job while on the clock.Chief Cassandra Jones has been with the Fulton County Police Department since Dec. 17, 1979, and has served as police chief since Oct. 9,...
  • Bucket List Adventure: Georgia’s Barnsley Resort a land of enchantment
    Bucket List Adventure: Georgia’s Barnsley Resort a land of enchantment
    Everyone needs an enchanted interlude, a special love spell granted by a fairy godmother . . . a boudoir transformed with dozens of tiny glowing candles, a bed blanketed in rose petals, bottle of champagne chilling next to a box of Godiva...
  • Jamestown burial
    Was cholera the Grim Reaper at Jamestown?
    A comprehensive study of the earliest French, Spanish and English colonies on the South Atlantic Coast revealed that all experienced catastrophic deaths from an intestinal disease like the one that almost ended Jamestown . . . and that this...
  • Georgia looking to create World War I Centennial Commission
    Georgia looking to create World War I Centennial Commission
    A proposal currently pending before the Georgia House of Representatives would create the Georgia World War I Centennial Commission.The state Senate recently approved Senate Bill 203 by a 53-0 margin.If approved, the six-member group would be...
  • Hardman Farm opens as newest Georgia historic site
    Hardman Farm opens as newest Georgia historic site
    A north Georgia farm owned by a former state governor opened this month as Georgia’s newest historic site.Capt. James H. Nichols built the Italianate architecture house in 1870. Lamartine Griffin Hardman, who served at Georgia governor from...
  • ‘There’s gold in them thar hills’: Remembering the first gold rush
    ‘There’s gold in them thar hills’: Remembering the first gold rush
    Dahlonega’s fortunes changed forever in 1828, nearly two decades before the famous California Gold Rush.That year, gold was discovered in around Dahlonega, and the nation’s first major gold rush attracted miners by the thousands. But,...
  • Thousands turn out for Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    Thousands turn out for Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    Undeterred by rain, Atlantans by the thousands turned out Saturday to take in the annual Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade.The annual family-friendly parade celebrates the city’s Irish culture and history. Started in 1858 by the Hibernian...
  • Atlanta Jazz Festival returns Memorial Day weekend
    Atlanta Jazz Festival returns Memorial Day weekend
    The 38th annual Atlanta Jazz Festival is set for Memorial Day weekend at Atlanta’s Piedmont Park in the heart of Midtown.In addition to traditional, contemporary and Latin jazz music performed by world-class musicians on three stages, guests...
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