Day trippin'

More than just golf: The Garden City offers something for everyone

More than just golf: The Garden City offers something for everyone

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When you think of day trips, you might not think of one city that is just close enough that you may not consider it to ... [Read More]

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December 11, 2018

 
An outdoor gem in Statesboro’s backyard An outdoor gem in Statesboro’s backyard

If you’re looking for a surreal yet relaxing experience, it isn’t too far away! George L. Smith State Park is ... [Read More] 1 Image

Taking a trip across the border Taking a trip across the border

I love day trips and finding spots off the beaten path. It’s an added bonus when my children are provided ... [Read More] 1 Image

‘From Rome to Lawrenceville’ -- Music of Georgia ‘From Rome to Lawrenceville’ -- Music of Georgia

I was driving the other day and letting the scent of magnolia blooms roll through the open windows, Atlanta-based rock ... [Read More] 1 Image


 

From food to museums to history: Charleston’s got it From food to museums to history: Charleston’s got it

As the oldest city in South Carolina, Charleston is known for its well-preserved historical buildings, its pivotal place in some of the major events of our nation’s young history, and ...
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Sunshine and clear water Sunshine and clear water

By the time this article reaches you, spring will have arrived in full force here in the South. Honestly it feels like it’s here already. Birds are singing at the ...
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Hunting Island is 'wealthy' in animal, plant life Hunting Island is 'wealthy' in animal, plant life

Located a short drive north of the popular beach destination of Hilton Head, Hunting Island is a nature lover’s paradise. Over a million people visit this state park each year ...
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Center for Civil and Human Rights a must-see in Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights a must-see in Atlanta

Since 2014, Atlanta has been home to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a project which has been a labor of love for many since the early 2000s. Atlanta ...
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Literary Georgia Literary Georgia

John Steinbeck in his book Travels with Charley said, “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” It’s the contrast between the ...
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Visit Lake Lanier for a little holiday magic Visit Lake Lanier for a little holiday magic

One of my favorite Christmas songs is “I’ll be Home for Christmas” and this is actually the first year I won’t be. I’ve always had a nostalgic view of the ...
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Obscure Georgia Obscure Georgia

I have spent my entire life an hour and a half from Augusta and I have never actually been there. I was aware of it in a vague way (the ...
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Pirates, revolution and ironclads: Exploring Georgia’s maritime past Pirates, revolution and ironclads: Exploring Georgia’s maritime past

Georgia has a long naval history, stretching all the way back to Spanish explorers and missionaries in the 16th century. In the 1730s the British, looking to expand their territory ...
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Atlanta music festival is back Atlanta music festival is back

Over three decades ago, Atlanta concert promoters Alex Cooley and Peter Conlen formed a partnership dedicated to making Atlanta a top destination for musicians. In the 60s and 70s Cooley ...
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Films under the stars Films under the stars

The 1950s holds a strange but very special place in the thoughts of many Americans as the golden age of Route 66, rock and roll and malt shops. In the ...
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Head for the light - and see some of the area's best lighthouses Head for the light - and see some of the area's best lighthouses

Summer is here and that means it’s time to plan your weekly dose of “Vitamin Sea” as some enterprising motivational poster company decided to restyle a trip to the shore. ...
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