• The Little Bookstore That Could

    How Cat Blanco put more heart into Marietta’s book-loving community written by Echo Montgomery Garrett It’s a Thursday night, and Cat Blanco’s Book Exchange is busy with customers eager to meet local self-published authors lucky enough to capture the popular bookseller’s attention. “I love introducing …

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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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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    SEVEN LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKE US BEHIND THE LENS TO SEE WHAT THEY DO written by Jennifer Colosimo As a writer, I should probably scoff at this admittance, but regardless of how beautifully I can tell a story, an illustration will always get the first glance. Oftentimes, even the last. As …

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  • Raising the Bar

    Straight up, neat or with a twist, custom bars inside man caves always mix written by Jennifer Colosimo | photos courtesy of Chip Wade; Daylight Basement Company; Randy Shaw; Jennifer Colosimo; Milton Cuisine & Cocktails; Ballast Point Not everyone dreams of mixing cocktails one day, …

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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    SEVEN LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKE US BEHIND THE LENS TO SEE WHAT THEY DO written by Jennifer Colosimo As a writer, I should probably scoff at this admittance, but regardless of how beautifully I can tell a story, an illustration will always get the first glance. Oftentimes, even the last. As …

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