August 2018


Public Art Enhances the Old Fourth Ward


The Old Fourth Ward is booming. New housing and restoration/renovation of older structures into modernized single family homes, apartments and industrial style condos, along with the proliferation of restaurants, bars and small shops of all kinds has meant a huge [...]


Ginger Chicken and Kale For Summer Meals


I love the great wealth and variety of summer vegetables but get tired of salads or raw veggies only. Despite the heat of summer, some kind of meat and cooked vegetables are a must but who wants to spend a [...]


Feline from Furkids in Doraville


Congratulations to Valeri Rufo, who is so delighted with her cat, “our loved little Prince” she says, that she submitted a photo of him to the Community Lens (CL) feature of the AJC for the issue back on June 21, [...]


Lantana for Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds


Do you love the sight of butterflies and hummingbirds whirling and fluttering about your garden as summer wanes? As a long time gardener both for in-ground plants and containers, I can find nothing better and recommend lantana for your yard [...]


Keep Kids Busy with a Summertime PLAYlist


When school’s out, it’s up to parents and caregivers to keep kids busy. Instead of waiting to hear the dreaded “I’m bored,” families can be prepared with fun activities to ensure children are playing and learn-ing all vacation long.   [...]


Historic Dargan House Shines in Midtown


“Among the substantial citizens and trustworthy business men of Atlanta is Milton Dargan.” This is the way a 1917 biography described the man who built one of Piedmont Avenue’s most impressive homes. Located on the east side of the busy [...]


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