April 2017

 

Planting Your Summer Herb Garden

SummerHerbs

April is the month to get started on your summer herb garden. With all the warm weather in 2017, it may even be a little late although my general rule of thumb is to plant them around April 15th. If [...]

 

Five Tips To Shake Up Your Everyday Chicken Dinner

ChipotleChickenTacos

While it can be easy to get stuck in a rut with family meal options, especially as schedules get hectic and you don’t have much time to plan ahead, there are easy ways to shake up your next chicken dinner [...]

 

Center for Puppetry Arts Extends Pete the Cat Per-formance Schedule

PeteTheCat

This world premiere for the puppet stage will now run for an additional week, April 4 – May 28!   Due to popular demand, the Center for Puppetry Arts is pleased to announce that it will extend the run of [...]

 

Your Fur Nanny, The Doggie Entrepreneur

FurNanny

Following your dreams can be scary. Working for yourself takes courage, resourcefulness and a lot of hard work. Tucker resident Lisa Peterson is an accountant-turned-pet sitter who wouldn’t trade her journey as an entrepreneur for the world. Peterson’s business, Your [...]

 

The Zoo Library Uses Hands-On Approach to Teach Conservation

ZooLibrary

The Zoo Library is a hands-on, interactive conservation program with live animals serving schools, hospitals, libraries, senior centers, child care facilities, and community outreach programs in metro Atlanta.   Local high school English teacher Holly Isserstedt and her husband Paul [...]

 

I-285: Main Street in the Metro

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Estimates are that daily more than 2 million drivers use I-285, the busiest Interstate freeway in the ATL area. This beltway covering about 64 miles came to be known as The Perimeter. The entire completed loop opened in 1969 as [...]