Kennesaw State Teacher Pens Metafiction Masterpiece

After her father’s death in Alaska, Aristotle “Aris” Thibodeau, her mother Diane, and her brother Max move to small town Kanuga, Georgia, where Diane performs the bare minimum as an English professor and throws herself into Simple Living (purging and organizing the whole house, much to the dismay of her children when they find their treasured possessions thrown away.)

Street Lines: 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI Autobahn

Whether it’s for a student heading off to college or an industrious millennial on the go, the 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI Autobahn hatchback is a choice model to get them where they have to go quickly, safely and adventurously.

Through A Child’s Eyes Annual Gala

The event at The Buckhead Club raised more than $75,000 for Springmont. Also, Springmont Upper Elementary students in Livia Osorio and Ellen Boecker’s classes partnered with Keep North Fulton Beautiful for an e-waste recycling project. Springmont.com

August 2015 Around Town

Matt and Katie Klump of East Wesley Rd. were thrilled when they found out they were the winners of the $2,500 garage makeover from Overhead Door. Katie and Matt are new parents to twin boys and are currently in the middle of a renovation project on their garage so this could not come at a better time for them. Overhead…

Lawyers for Good

Attorneys and friends gathered at Capital Grille Atlanta to announce and celebrate the launch of the fundraising campaign for Civil Lawyers Against World Sex Slavery's first event on September 24 at the Atlanta History Center. SeanOkeefeEvents.com for details.

Back to School!

Ashford Park Elementary School was established in 1955 and currently serves a diverse population of 575 students representing as many as 15 countries. Nestled in a charming Brookhaven community, Ashford Park has been recognized as a “Distinguished School” since 2005 and is the home of the first and only German Dual Immersion Program in the state. Ashford Park’s teachers are…

Next Step School Year: College Freshman

or years, as summer winds down our thoughts turn to our children’s new school year. In grade school we anxiously awaited emails with teacher and room assignments and compared notes on classes and school supply lists. In middle school we stood for hours outside of dressing rooms and debated whether to buy the next size up in the pricey, must-have…

Turning Point Supports Breast Cancer Rehab

Chemo. Lumpectomy. Radiation. Women faced with breast cancer, treatment and rehabilitation must learn a new vocabulary. “On the outside, your hair grows back, you smile again, you can eat out in a restaurant, and everyone around you thinks that you’re back to your ole’ self. It couldn’t be any further from that,” says Diane Nolan. “And while I can say…

Hello, Readers.

I’m trying to hold onto summer, but all this talk of back-to-school is fading my freckles. I have one daughter starting college (Albion College, Michigan) and one son who is a sophomore in high school. I’m excited for them, but the school supplies are getting more expensive!