January 2018


Brookhaven Police Officer Saved Man’s Life


As the 2017 winter holidays commenced last year, news surfaced how on Nov. 21 Brookhaven Police Officer Sarah Miller saved the life of a construction worker, Carlos Moran. While he and Miguel Zabaleta worked at a site near the Kroger [...]


Keep Your Dog From Dining In The Litter Box


If your home is like most, you share it with at least one animal friend. According to a recent Harris Poll, 62 percent of Americans have at least one pet; half of cat owners also have a dog; and a [...]


Grits – More than Breakfast Food


Grits aren’t just for breakfast. This ground corn meal staple of southern dining has long been the “ugly stepchild” of meals relegated to bland supporting roles at the breakfast table; always eclipsed by egg and meat creations enhanced by gravies, [...]


A Smart Thermostat Can Be A Smart Investment


Smart thermostats have become a hot item in many American homes. Smart thermostats are Wi-Fi-enabled devices that can automatically adjust heating and cooling temperature settings for optimal climate control in your home. What makes them a smart investment is that [...]


Decoding Play: Why Variety Is Key To Raising Successful Kids


Have you ever watched a child during playtime switch between building blocks, putting together a puzzle, and talking with their stuffed animals? Through each of these unique types of play, kids are build-ing strong developmental skills that will no doubt [...]


“Making Africa” Offers a New Look at Modern Africa


“Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” is a wonderfully unique attraction which appeals to viewers on many levels. It is a collection of contemporary art from a very diverse continent along with the works of young designers of almost [...]