By Pamela A. Keene Photos courtesy Happy Tails A visit by a pet can change the life of a nursing home resident, a child
Story by Michelle Boaen Jameson | Photos by David Barnes Gainesville resident Sheryl Kirby has been a designer for more than 20 years. She’s
By Michelle Boaen Jameson Photos courtesy GNPS At approximately 800 members strong, the Georgia Native Plant Society has been around for almost 24 years.
Nearly five years ago, Lessie Smithgall described the ground-breaking ceremony of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy, as “a dream come true.”
By Michelle Boaen Jameson Photos courtesy HSNEGA Last year, more than 1,500 companion animals including dogs, cats, birds and small mammals, came through the
By Layne Saliba Photos by David Barnes The sounds of dog barks and cat purrs escape the Hall County Animal Shelter every day of
By J.K. Devine Photos courtesy Save The Horses After her “most special horse,” Colors, died more than four years, Mellisa Cotton needed a way
Photos and story by Pamela A. Keene When people think of potters, the image of someone sitting at a wheel elbow-deep in clay shaping
Story by Norm Cannada Photos by David Barnes Retirement is certainly not slowing down Martha Nesbitt. Nesbitt, who retired in 2012 as president of
Story for Home Magazine | Photos courtesy Oakwood Occasions Dannella Burnett has been planning events since 1993 when she started catering at age 15.