• Suwanee Supports the Arts

    Written by Emily Anne Jackson  Suwanee’s Public Arts Commission has purchased two sculptures from the 2012 Suwanee SculpTour, a walkable public art encounter which closed in March. The sculptures, purchased with private donations made to the arts program, now belong to Suwanee’s permanent art collection. …

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  • Atlanta Screening of Girl Rising

    Written by Rachel Buckley  Do you remember the first day of school? Your eyes would open wide, and you’d leap out of bed. The clothes you had laid out the morning before were folded nicely on the dresser. Your brand new backpack was full of …

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  • SweetWater Expansion

    Written by Emily Anne Jackson  This spring, Sweetwater Brewing Company completed the third and final stage of their brewhouse expansion extravaganza. With the updated equipment, the company can produce larger single batches to slack our mighty thirsts. In fact, the new production system will more …

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  • {three} sheets Third Anniversary Celebration

    Written by Haley McNeal I once had a teacher in high school who opened each class saying “welcome to the big show!” to get us motivated for the next hour or so we would spend with our noses stuck in books or listening to a …

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  • Untethered

    Riding Clubs in Atlanta’s Horse CountryWritten and photographed by Kathleen Stevens Moore Ralph Waldo Emerson had a lot to say. The famous poet wrote extensively on topics from nature to self-reliance. But to multitudes of Atlanta equestrians, the words that might resonate most soundly are …

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