Monthly Archives: May 2015

Huzzah! The Georgia Renaissance Festival celebrates 30 years of merrymaking

Time is a’fleeting, and only two weeks remain in the 30th Anniversary season of the Georgia Renaissance Festival in Fairburn.   “We’ve really stepped up the entertainment…just added so many new things,” said Marketing Director Robin Moon. “We’re getting a lot

Georgia’s “Beer Jobs Bill” to go into effect this summer

  Craft breweries in Georgia will finally be able to sell their products to consumers this summer. Sort of. Last Tuesday marked an historic moment of progress for Georgia’s local microbrew industry when Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Senate

‘Woofstock’ brings tail-wagging fun to downtown Suwannee for ten years

Downtown Suwannee went to the dogs for the tenth year last Saturday with Star 94’s annual ‘Woofstock‘. The festival, billed as the Atlanta radio station’s annual “Pet Party in the Park”, went from noon to 7 p.m. Metro Atlanta’s first

Tattoo artist Cody Smith possesses depth that is more than just ‘Skin Deep’

As a member of a generation that has been labeled lazy, entitled and narcissistic, Millennial Cody Smith is no stranger to stereotypes. Although despite his accomplishments, twenty-three-year-old Smith, a college educated, light-hearted, hard-working artist, is often unfairly judged simply because