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MACON – Located in the heart of Georgia at the intersection of Interstates 75 and 16, the Macon Film Festival will celebrating its 16th annual event with a hybrid festival featuring both … more
RALEIGH, N.C. – Juniper Level Botanic Garden, a $7.5 million gift to NC State University, will open two weekends this summer, July 16-18 and July 23-25. Hours are 8 AM-5 PM Friday and Saturday … more
Kids can splash it, squirt it, sprinkle it, stir it, pour it or spray it. In fact, practically the only thing kids can't do with water is break it! That's why playing with water is so much fun, … more
Umbrellas were invented over 4,000 years ago in China. They were used for protection from sun, not rain. Umbrellas became fashionable in the 16th century, when women made use of umbrellas for sun and … more
HOLLYWOOD -- Joaquin Phoenix (Oscar winner for "Joker,") has chosen two new projects. His first film after "Joker" was "C'mon, C'mon," completed in 2020 with an $8.3 million budget and no release … more
If you're looking for a way to change your favorite fish recipe, try adding salsa. The word "salsa" really just means "sauce" in Spanish.There are many different kinds of salsa. Salsa roja is a red … more
DEAR PAW'S CORNER: Regarding cats with fleas, I have had great success eliminating fleas by adding powdered brewer's yeast to their food. One of my cats even licked it out of her bowl dry. Brewer's … more
Camping! Just the word evokes many feelings. If you already love it, you might fondly remember trips of the past -- recreation with friends and family, or quiet time communing with nature. If you're … more
Did you know someone invented a self-making bed? It requires special covers and sheets, but with the push of a button, they curl up into the "made" position. Quite an improvement from the first known … more
Prepare a tasty lunch for all ages and eat it outdoors together while the days are sunny and warm. In this menu, melted cheese sandwiches cut in wedges and semi-homemade tomato soup with fresh chunks … more
The Murray Arts Council will present its 6th annual summer children’s theatre production, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” on July 22-25. The show, directed by MAC … more
EATONTON – He did not look or act like Kevin Costner, Kurt Russell, or even Burt Lancaster. But Wyatt Earp was one of the most famous sheriffs in American history. His legendary fight at the … more
Are you eager to travel, and have the Holy Land in view for 2022? On July 11, Holly Creek Baptist Church will be hosting an informational meeting for our Journey of Paul Cruise, scheduled for May … more
Tri-State Model Railroaders will be hosting the first of this year’s two Mineral Bluff Ride the Rails Events on Saturday and Sunday, July 3 and 4. Join them for an exciting and scenic 5-mile … more
A Fourth of July picnic, an ice-cold watermelon, patriotic songs and lots of loud, brilliantly hued fireworks are my idea of a wonderful holiday celebration. Watermelons serve two purposes on a hot … more
Sweet, fragrant local strawberries are plentiful right now, just in time for making strawberry shortcake, a classic summer treat that can star on your Fourth of July dessert table. There's really … more
How national symbols are chosen is often a mystery. Uncle Sam is not our oldest symbol. There were two other figures that represented our budding country during the American Revolution. They were … more
CHATTANOOGA – In the world of Marvel comics, few characters are as skilled in spycraft and assassination as Natasha “Black Widow” Romanoff. Generally speaking, unless you’re … more
CHATTANOOGA- Endangered species born one week ago today at the Chattanooga Zoo.“It’s always exciting when a new animal is born at the Chattanooga Zoo. It’s a great indicator that … more
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