October 2018


28th Annual AIDS Walk/Run at Piedmont Park Oct. 21


Atlanta in the Metro has a long public caring commitment to its citizens who endure HIV/AIDS, dating back to the first walk/run in 1990 to raise awareness for a disease that most people did not then understand. And in 2018, [...]


Make Your Own Eggplant Parmigiana


Who doesn’t like a sumptuous Italian meal rich with spices, herbs, cheese and EGGPLANT? One of my favorite Italian dishes is eggplant parmigiana and it always seemed much too complex to try at home. But it isn’t that difficult at [...]


Sweet Solutions for a Successful School Year


A new school year is upon us, and as students everywhere gear up for an exciting time of learning ahead, the best way to set them up for success is to gather all their back-to-school essentials. Help your child start [...]


Six Tips To Keep Pets Safe During Storm Season


While no one is immune from the devastation of a natural disaster, preparing before a storm hits is key to keeping everyone in your family—including your pets—safe.   Here are six ideas to keep in mind for your pet as [...]


An Olympian in Atlanta


In the summer of 1996, the city of Atlanta was given the honor to host the 26th Olympic Games. Since then, our ever-growing metropolis has become the home for countless American and even international Olympic athletes. One Olympian in particular, [...]


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