Joe Gransden, An Atlanta Jazz Icon

By Rachael Brice  A lone spotlight hovers center stage as Joe Gransden, dressed in a sleek dark suit with a matching pocket square, emerges from the darkness to the growing swell of drums, brass, and saxophones! Gransden and his 16-piece Big Band open the evening with “Sinatra” a song off their new album, Go Getta,

STAT Clinic: A One-Stop Approach for Breast Cancer Patients

STAT Clinic at WellStar North Fulton Hospital allows patients to fit many appointments into one A breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating for patients and

Rockin’ The Boot

“It’s a witch,” (Ahem. So to speak.) I say to myself and my friends. It just so happens I’m sporting a lovely, fashionable (not) boot

How to Buy a Vigorous Tree

Green Scene by Geri Laufer Have you been planning to add a tree to your landscape? Whether a containerized Japanese maple for the deck or

Conceived in Naples/Avalon

By Joe Duffy My most repeated gastronomic maxim regarding local dining is that no cuisine has skyrocketed in both quality and quantity in the AlphaRoz

Mayo-trained Price Slices Into New Surgical Niche At WellStar

Dr. Theolyn Price is the new Director of Robotic Thoracic Surgery for the WellStar Health System. She has been recruited to build a robotic thoracic

Unmasking Identity Theft

Meaningful Conversations About Money By Robert Fezza and Steve Siders With Halloween approaching many of our children are busy planning their costumes. The fun of

The Fight Against Bullying

By Jon-Paul Croom president of WellStar North Fulton Hospital In recent years, national media has brought much attention to teen suicide and its correlation with

Quarter-acre Feast in The Unity Garden

By Jon Copsey   When food is fresh-picked, it just tastes better, doesn’t it? Those tomatoes from the backyard or local farmers market have that warm flavor found nowhere else. Some studies have shown produce can lose as much as 30 percent of its nutrients within three days of picking, and we all know what it

The Magic at MF

By Joe Duffy If one wants to start a hullabaloo among suburbanites, the topic of high-density neighborhoods will get the sparks flying. Many uOTPians favor

Topless in Roswell

By Di Chapman “Are the guys looking you over in that thing? A beautiful blonde at the wheel?” My husband is so cute. I’ve just

Fall Festivals Fairs and Fun

Roswell Arts Festival September 15 and 16 Historic Town Square Roswell Arts Festival The Roswell Arts Festival returns for the 52nd time with fine arts, original crafts, a fun lineup of entertainment and children’s activities, and a healthy dose of small town charm to capture the interests of everyone on the square on the third