Roswell Food & Beverage Festival

Tara Gary talks with a few of the chefs, brewers, and wine specialists involved in the Roswell Food & Beverage Festival coming October 27.

Design Ideas Everyone Can Use

Tara Gary with highlights from Vern Yip’s presentation at the MJCCA. Make your home feel like a luxury retreat!

Bite Bistro & Bar

In the never humble opinion of your infallible restaurant whisperer, the seminal moment that pronounced the beginning of the end of Alpharetta’s Bloomin’ Onion Acres dark days of dining was the launch of Bite.

Blue Jean-e-ology

Diane’s sister finds the process of shopping to be as good as life gets and finding the perfect deal exhilarating. So when sister wants to discuss wardrobe, Diane listens.

Migrating Houseplants Back Indoors Before Winter

Did you move your houseplants outdoors for a hot, steamy summer vacay? Houseplants thrive in the increased sunshine, heat, water, and humidity found outside.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

From prevention to diagnosis and treatment, North Fulton Hospital offers close-to-home, world-class breast cancer care.

For FAFSA, Apply Sooner Than You Think

Don’t put it off. The sooner you apply for FAFSA after October 1, the more likely your efforts will pay off. Funds are limited, offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Be FIRST in line, apply NOW.

Fall Festivals!

By Tara Gary
I don’t know about you, but I am looking forward to milder temperatures, tailgating, football game Saturdays, fall craft beers, and FESTIVALS.

What to say when you don’t know what to say

Your friend just got a serious diagnosis. You feel helpless and upset, and don’t know what to say or do. How can you make things better for her? David Anthony Spencer, Jr., chaplain at WellStar North Fulton Hospital, says, first and foremost, to remember that you can’t make things better. “You can’t take away her

Downton Abbey

By Britt Argo
Put on your white gloves, long beaded necklaces, or your dapper tweed suits. Pour some tea, indulge in a biscuit, and celebrate this enchanting affair.

Souper Jenny Lands in Roswell

By Joe Duffy
I asked Ms. Levison how many soups were in her portfolio. Yowza, she told me about 200. Jenny, I got your number, and I need to make all 200 mine.

My Weird Profession

Could it be yours, too? By Di Chapman I have a weird profession. It’s never been weird to me, mind you, but for over 40 years, whenever I give my so-called “title,” the response is blank stares and “Say what?” Even after I explain it, I must give examples of it. Apparently, I’m one of

We’re Gonna Party Like It’s 1945

By Ethan Craig As I think back to some of the stories I have written over the past year, I recall sharing my travels to Germany in 2016 when I experienced Oktoberfest first-hand. Stop by Tap & Six sometime, and I’ll tell you a few of the crazy stories. For anyone taking notes, you may

Maximizing Fall Bloom in Garden Roses

By Geri Laufer
By this time of year, many roses have become overgrown and bushy. Prune through mid-September to prepare for a brilliant bloom cycle this fall.

Maccabi Games welcomes young athletes with diverse needs

By Brandy Rixey
Atlanta is the first inclusive Maccabi host city that reached out to athletes with special needs to compete in the games.