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Using music as behavioral therapy has been around longer than the written word, and likely as long as the spoken word, with references to the benefits of music appearing in the works of Aristotle and Plato in Ancient Greece. more
Across the country, more than 90,000 school board members serve on 13,500 local boards of education, tasked with keeping the wheels of education moving for the students in their district. more
Beyond the gated subdivisions and manicured lawns that dot North Fulton, are nearly 650 students who attend classes each day at area schools, then head “home” to sleep in shelters, motels, their cars or on a friend’s couch. more
A passion was ignited when Emily and D.J. Fuchs first sent their son, Bradley, to Little Sunshine’s Playhouse and Preschool two years ago while living in Missouri. more
To chase your passion it’s sometimes best to see where the origin of that passion came from. That is precisely what former Milton High School graduate Lauren Goldfuss will be doing this fall … more
Book lovers rejoice – Little Free Libraries have been catching on in North Fulton neighborhoods. more
Through the lens of her camera, Mary Jo Cox photographs a world that most people see only in nature magazines. more
Chloe McSwain, 16, has known her path for a long time. more
Judie Raiford has been pounding away at a 100-pound anvil for more than 40 years. more
In 1999, Merrily McLaughlin moved from Columbus, Ga., to a 5-acre hilltop in Woodstock, Ga. more
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