Fish, Explore and more in Jackson County, NC

Turning on to the two-lane road that weaves through the dense Sumter National Forest at South Carolina’s western most knob, I rolled down the windows and was blindsided by the freshness and the deep green charisma of the woods.  Highway 28 is beautifully canopied and hilly, curvy and a little challenging to drive. I was glad there was nobody in…

Hello friends,

Winding down from summer, I can only think about where to go next to find that quiet release that I had at the lake. Waking to a chorus of birds and later in the day, lulled by the cicadas while I lay in the hammock under a thick canopy of pines and cedars. Meeting old … Continued

The Best of St. Belle Dame

“Belle Dame” translates to beautiful woman in French, and the staff at St Belle Dame believes that true beauty comes from within. Isn't that refreshing?  "We want to offer only the best to allow true, inner beauty to shine without the need for reliance on artificial beauty standards created by the industry," says xxx.  "In order to do this, our team…

September 2019 Around Town

Saturday Food Pantry Volunteers Needed NFCC Food Pantry hours are expanding to Saturday to accommodate the many hardworking families whose jobs prevent them from coming for food during the week.  Volunteers are needed on Saturdays from 9:30am – 1:30pm. You can sign up as an individual on a regular schedule, once or twice a month. This is … Continued

Polo Fashion

All eyes are on Polo in the Pines, October 5 and 6 and everyone here at Lifestyle Publications is thinking about what to wear to the year's most fabulous polo event.

Wine, Dine and Save Marine Life at Georgia Aquarium

Dive into your passion for wine and giving at the 14th annual Aqua Vino at Georgia Aquarium on Friday, October 4, offering an exclusive opportunity to sample more than 150 wines from around the world, indulge in cuisine from more than 40 of Atlanta’s premier restaurants, and directly benefit Georgia Aquarium’s global research and conservation programs. This year Georgia Aquarium’s own…

Ten Years of Leadership

Leadership Johns Creek graduated its 10th class on May 9, 2019 with three impressive projects, 26 extraordinary participants, and a supportive community of sponsors and donors who made it all possible. The class was filled with a diverse cross section of professionals who came together with a common goal of contributing to their community. The class assisted with the new…

Does Your Child Have Food Sensitivities?

When I started having kids, I envisioned a life full of morning snuggles, play dates, trips to the park or the zoo, birthday parties with pastel colors and balloons…. Those wonderful days came, and they happened often!  What I didn’t see coming were the seemingly endless sleepless nights. the projectile vomiting infant, the toddler with chronic eczema, the elementary school and…

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Living here in Georgia, our summer continues right into August (and really, into September). Aren’t we lucky?  I know the heat can be a bit overwhelming, but now with the kids back in school, parents can find their own summer groove.  It’s a great time to find your favorite spa, yoga class, coffee spot or … Continued

August 2019 Around Town

Orchestra’s Leadership The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra announced the appointment of four new members to its Board of Directors, including Peter Hildebrandt, Marilyn Margolis (pictured), Karen Wall, and Diana Weitz, Now entering its 13th season, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is metro Atlanta’s only fully-professional, part-time symphonic orchestra, made up of professional musicians from all … Continued