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Winter Wonderland Celebration Day at Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, November 23

  Saturday, November, 23, 2013 from 10am – 2pm Enjoy a special day of cultural- and holiday-themed performances and activities inspired by Winter Wonderland. Scheduled Activities* Straw Star Craft 10am – noon, Naturalist Center Brought to you by the German Consulate General of Atlanta Roaming Santa-saurus 10am – 2pm, Great Hall Be on the lookout […]

Scouting Cameras For All Walks Of Life

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Although scouting cameras have a strong hunting pedigree, and while Covert Scouting Cameras will certainly capture images of big bucks and bulls, their uses aren’t restricted to the hunting crowd. In fact, more and more non-hunters are starting to recognize the value of a quality scouting cameras like the six models found in Covert’s product […]

Holiday Football: Keep the Flags in Your Pocket

   by Amy Lignor Yes, the holiday season is upon us and the Thanksgiving bird comes second when speaking about football. Yesterday we saw a bouquet of…garbage. Let’s face it; when the referees are going to be investigated for swearing at the players (even though if the players swore at them they would be granted […]

Brand with Rand: Design Your Own Logo at MODA, November 19

  Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Need a way to distinguish yourself from everyone else? Join us for Design Conversation on Tuesday, November 19 and design your own logo. Join Professor Stan Anderson from GSU as he guides you through the process of creating your own logo and personal brand. Senior Graphic Design students from Prof. […]

Does Public Opinion Matter?

   by James Moore No, we are not talking about the television show, here. We are talking about whether or not the ‘voice’ matters when it comes to a business becoming a success. The answer? It most definitely does.   Let’s begin with some headline news. Everyone is speaking about the fact that Jon Stewart, […]

How the Noise of Renewable Energy Could Cost Lives

   by Amy Lignor When it comes to ‘helping’ the environment, one of the most popular ways to increase energy/power in an all-natural way, is by utilizing the power of the wind. However, with all the wind farms and wind parks now growing up across the nation, a debate seems to be growing right along […]

Harrison Gallery, Walk on White November 21 2013

  Hays Blinckmann, I Never Promised You A Rose Garden, 22″ x 28″, oil, enamel on canvas Harrison Gallery is proud to feature new works by Hays Blinckmann for the monthly gallery walk, and during our opening for the second annual ART! Key West!Using the still life genre as inspiration, Hays has broken the picture plane into fragments, […]

Seasonal Sequel Finds Reunited BFFs Romancing and Reminiscing

  The Best Man Holiday Film Review by Kam Williams   When released back in 1999, The Best Man was dismissed by some as merely an African-American variation on The Big Chill, and by others as the black male answer to the sassy sisters dishing the dirt in Waiting to Exhale. But the romantic romp revolving around […]

Ellman Cortex CO2 Laser

Are you looking to take your practice into the non-surgical aesthetic world? Ellman’s Cortex™ Laser allows for Fractional CO2 as well as Erbium YAG resurfacing while also providing incisional capacity that is superior to that of other surgical tools. With this device, you can offer your patients multiple treatment options. Uses This versatile laser platform […]

The Hard Work & Integrity of an American Entrepreneur

   by James Moore Most likely, back in 1927, no one thought a four-year-old boy who moved with his parents from Houston to Galveston, where they created McCoy Roofing Company, would one day be on the list of America’s top landowners. It probably never crossed their minds that he would one day be remembered as […]