July 2018


How To House-train Your Dog


If you’re a pet parent to any of the country’s estimated 78 million dogs, here’s how to make house-training easier for both you and your pet.   1. Take your dog to the “bathroom” every one to three hours, as [...]


Website Offers Self-Guided Tours of Atlanta Street Art


Art Rudick says he always had an interest in art but never had the talent to be an actual artist. He did design and build furniture for a few years, but after one woodworking accident too many Rudick said his [...]


Cool Salads for Summer


If you are like me, heavy meals just don’t “sit well” during the long, hot and humid days of an Atlanta summer. Much as I love barbecue with its thick, sweet sauces, it is something I always replace with cool [...]


What You Need to Know About Your Ductwork


Your health and your wealth. Those are the two major reasons you should have your HVAC system inspected by a reputable, certified professional. Consider this:   Your Health Your heating and cooling system is essentially the lungs of your home. [...]


To Raise Creative Kids-Let Them Play


Fostering a child’s courage to express creativity is perhaps one of the most important goals that parents can set for themselves. Understanding Creativity Often, when people think of creativity, they think of the arts, but it starts with play early [...]


DeKalb Public Library Kicks Off Summer Youth Reading Program


The DeKalb Public Library kicked off its annual summer reading program with a party at the Tucker Recreation Center that included singing and dancing with Mr. Jason of Jason’s Music Party and infor-mation on this year’s theme Libraries Rock!   [...]


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