It doesn’t take Cary Grant or Deborah Kerr to feel the passion that filled the air at Chateau Elan. It swirled around every fender, tire and dash.
It’s a love like no other — a love of automobiles.
David Cook found his calling as videographer and creates historical webisodes When officials at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville asked David Cook
Restaurant recognized for its New Zealand rack of lamb dish The rack of New Zealand lamb at Clarkesville’s Glen-Ella Springs Inn has kept people
The potential health benefits should appeal to residents of North Georgia with its bustling wine industry, where people can stop by a tasting room in Dahlonega or visit several wineries throughout Lumpkin, White and Habersham counties.
When Jillian Kibler and Timothy Collins made their short film “Kiss of Death” they had no idea it would go anywhere.
What started as a list, became reality for one Oakwood family when they decided to build their forever home.
Suspended in a space-age looking white pod filled with 180 gallons of water combined with 1,150 pounds of pharmaceutical-grade magnesium salts, I felt like I was cocooned away from the stressors of the week.
A Literacy Garden? Just what does that mean?
To educators and long-time gardeners Kathy and Lee Lovett, it’s a chance to encourage youngsters to get outside among growing things and have a memorable learning experience …