January 2017


Norfolk Southern Rolls through Many Hometowns


One of the omnipresent sounds in Atlanta are railroad horns in the distance. Even as I write this, I can hear their echoes. Growing up in Brookhaven and Chamblee in the 1960s, the first train I knew was the old [...]


Pointer On Pets


Just like us, our pets can experience stress; stress can be caused by fear, excitement and anxiety. There is a solution to help your pets manage stressful situations naturally. NaturVet Quiet Moments is veterinarian formu-lated and recommended to support the [...]


Easy, Elegant And Appealing Appetizer


This holiday season, you can greet last-minute guests, have a spontaneous get-together with the neighbors after caroling, host an impromptu present-wrapping party, or enhance a quiet evening at home with the family after shopping with this quick and easy appetizer: [...]


Protect Gardens from Invasive Pests


Nothing tastes better than fresh-picked fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately, invasive pests threaten to devour the crops in our gardens and farms, and the flowers, trees and plants in our landscapes. They are a real threat, costing our nation approximately $120 [...]


Fernbank LINKS Offers Exciting STEM Programs for Students


Fernbank LINKS offers middle and high school students a STEM organization based program at Fernbank Science Center. The program is devoted to building robots, developing minds and changing lives. The Fernbank LINKS team is made up of students from 22 [...]


Classy Historic Hotel in the ATL


Since 2004, the distinguished Georgian Revival building at 683 Peachtree St. NE has been known as the Atlanta Hotel Indigo, but its legacy dates back to 1925. An instant Midtown landmark, it predates the Fox Theatre across the street, which [...]


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