Full of beautiful colors and bright blooms, spring is a flower lover's dream come true. 

April 2018 Lifestyle Letter

I probably had kale stuck between my teeth during the entirety of the 20th annual Georgia Organics conference, but nobody seemed to care (or find it off-putting). Farmers, journeymen, health and wellness professionals, chefs, public health workers and farm-to-school administrators from Georgia and the Carolinas gathered in Augusta to celebrate all things agricultural. And, boy do those folks know how…

April 2018 Around Town

After researching the positive and lasting effects of neurofeedback therapy, Dr. Candace Holmes decided to offer it in her office. Neurofeedback therapy is also known as EEG biofeedback. It helps patients retrain their brains using computer software so that their brains function at maximum potential. Prestigious universities such as Harvard, UCLA, and Stanford have researched neurofeedback therapy’s efficacy for more…

Growing Community in the Garden 

Most days, Newtown Park teems with runners, walkers, young athletes, dogs and dog lovers. Perhaps less visible to the average park visitor is the community garden of 41 plots where local residents grow crops, share their best gardening tips with each other and experience the joy of fresh vegetables. 

Celebrating Our Diversity

The City of Johns Creek will host its first international festival on April 21. The festival will include food, drinks, performance art, and vendors representing cultures from around the world. This event is being presented in partnership with Leadership Johns Creek, Johns Creek Arts Center, and the Johns Creek Convention and Visitor Bureau.

The Eyes Have It

When you walk into the bright and cheery Deka Lash Johns Creek, you feel at home. Greeted by smiling, welcoming faces, there is an air of friendliness not often found in high-end beauty boutiques.

Eco-friendly 4-Door

To garner the classification as “eco-friendly,” there is a very popular misconception that an automobile has to be small, conservative in design, and lacking luxurious amenities. The 2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited successfully disproves these assumptions. 

Considering Ketamine

For those who struggle with depression or pain, oftentimes getting lukewarm results with their current 
medication, Ketamine might be the answer. Widely used in hospitals for anesthesia, it is on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicines and was approved for use by the FDA in 1970.