In reality, your plan for a happy and well-adjusted life should be crafted long before retirement, ideally when you are young and just starting out.
Dunwoody Preservation Trust will unveil a stunning piece of public art this spring which will tell the community’s history, the Dunwoody Diorama.
"There are some neat places to see trout in northern Georgia, too, and one that’s near and dear to my heart is Rolater Park in the town of Cave Spring, Ga."
It’s important to identify an insect in your garden before taking action. Are you sure it’s a “bad guy?” Many insects are actually providing free pest management! Learn more in this Garden Buzz column.
Find out what you should be doing this month in the Garden Buzz column, from the North Fulton Master Gardeners and Appen Media.
Kathy introduces her readers to a new book series she recommends.
"If you are going to take your time to call us, the least thing we can do is respect your time and answer your call personally, and fast."
"I think that the older I get, the less patience I have with people or things that are, well, snarky."
Give credit where credit is due, says Managing Editor Pat Fox.
Effie Spruill Carpenter recalled the first time she saw a car drive through Dunwoody and told the story to her granddaughter Jane Anderson Autry.
Explore London or Paris with these two books recommended by Kathy.
"Any time a voting majority of elected officials gather for city business, discussion, research or action, you’re allowed to be there. But if the meeting is in Greenville, who is going to drive three hours just to go along and be in the room?"
DeWald’s Alley was home to a small community of Black families along Barfield Road in Sandy Springs from the 1920s until commercial development in the 1960s.
"The title of this column really sums up the transformation of our horticultural education over the past three years," writes Lee Tanenbaum, this week's Garden Buzz columnist.
The North Fulton Master Gardeners are offering a series of gardening classes for the beginning gardener in collaboration with the City of Milton’s Plant! Milton Initiative.
Howard and Hilbert Margol served in the 42nd Infantry Rainbow Division during World War II.
Me? I’ll happily grab any book whose description appeals to me.