• Familiar Faces

    Tuning in to Mainstays of Local Microphones written by Colleen Ann McNally | photos courtesy of Mary Caroline Mann; Sharif Hassan; Russell Dreyer Greater Atlanta communities continue to rise in population, and for each person counted, double that for the number of ears tuning into the …

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  • The Serenity of Snowbird Mountain Lodge

    written by Jill and Robin Harrison | photos courtesy of Snowbird Mountain Lodge In the 1913 poem “Trees,” Joyce Kilmer penned, “I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree.” I must admit, I’m not a huge admirer of poetry, but …

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  • The Bearly Essentials at Buckberry Creek

    written by Carl Danbury, Jr. | photos courtesy of Buckberry Creek Thomas Hardy would approve of the Lodge at Buckberry Creek as it is far above Gatlinburg, Tenn.’s madding crowd. Amidst the area’s plethora of national chains, hellish motels and spritely adorned cabins at the …

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  • Reveling In Small-town Charm and Outdoor Adventures in Blue Ridge

    written by Sam Boykin | photos courtesy of Black Sheep; Christy Lee’s; Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals The best seat in the town of Blue Ridge, Ga., is arguably on the expansive second-floor balcony of the Mustard Seed Trading Company building. Here you can kick back …

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  • Still At It

    Sipping on Modern Day Moonshine written by Colleen Ann McNally | photography courtesy of Alan Brooks A lazy guy may be what Mark Allen aspires to be, but he has a long way to go. I first learned this fact when the seasoned entrepreneur and …

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