April 2019


Remembering the First Easter Sun-rise Service Atop Stone Mountain

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Each year thousands of worshippers make the pilgrimage to Stone Mountain Park for the annual Easter Sunrise Service celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Christian tradition began on a much smaller scale 75 years ago when Lucille Lanford, a [...]


Atlanta Community Food Bank Is Building New Headquarters


Back in late January one of the great humanitarian institutions in the extended metro area, Atlanta Community Food Bank, broke ground for a new headquarters. Founded in 1979 by Georgia Tech alumnus Bill Bolling, the Food Bank is legendary for [...]


Hearty and Healthy California Sweet Potato Chili


Here’s a new take on an old favorite. Loaded with fiber, vitamins and minerals, it’s easy to make. Serve with an array of garnishes, allowing diners to customize their bowls.   California Sweet Potato Chili Serves 6 – 2 T [...]


Children’s Dental Health


Healthy teeth are an important part of your child’s overall well-being, so make sure you are doing all you can to protect their teeth and gums. “According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay remains the most [...]


Adopt a Sweetheart was the Theme for Gwinnett Animal Welfare Valentine’s 2019


I missed this one back in February and I’m sorry I did. In an inspired promotion, Gwinnett Animal Welfare at 844 Winder Highway, Lawrenceville 30045 hosted its Adopt a Sweetheart Valentines special. The memorable occasion was held during the dates [...]


Spring (Duct) Cleaning


Two out of three American homes get a thorough cleaning at least once a year, reports the American Cleaning Institute, often in the springtime.   A Problem: That can be a healthy thing to do, but there’s one place even [...]


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