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St. Patrick's Day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated on the 17th of March, and named in honor of the patron saint of Ireland. more
If there are seasonal items you want, such as berries or heirloom tomatoes, get to the market early before they sell out. more
The other day, while hiking the trail to the top of Kennesaw Mountain, I discovered something that’s good to know: It’s hard to keep up with Gail Stephens. more
I had the pleasure of exploring one of Georgia’s newest parks, Don Carter on the north side of Lake Lanier. With over 1,316 acres to explore, we found plenty to do. more
I do dearly love to hike. It’s always fun, though (depending on the trail I choose) my knees may remind me the next day that they’re not as young as they used to be. more
The world’s eye turns to Georgia each spring when the prestigious Masters golf tournament is held at Augusta National Golf Club. more
In 1559, Spanish explorer Tristan de Luna arrived on the shores of what is now Pensacola, on the western tip of Florida’s panhandle, to establish the very first European settlement in the United States. more
Thousands of visitors each year make their way to Jack Cashin’s beautiful Chukkar Farm in Cherokee County. more
You may have seen Kimberly Maxwell and not even known it. more
Day or weekend destinations – all within a few hours' drive of Atlanta – offer family-friendly trips that can include healthy options as well. more
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