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Macon, Makers, & the Music Future – Brought From the Past

We have a habit here in Macon, I would say it’s one that many Southerners suffer and shine from: we live in the past. A lot.   But I truly believe we’re making a turn for the best. The sold

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Is Holistic Medicine For You? READ THIS:

I go to Roasted Cafe quite a bit, and because of that I’ve gotten to know their owner’s wife, Chelsea. When I found out that she does some holistic medicines, well I knew that I would have questions. I’ve always

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This Southern Event Demands This: Laugh. Be Moved. But Don’t Leave Unchanged.

    Laugh. Be Moved. But Don’t Leave Unchanged. This is the tagline of the award winning play written by Pamela Parker called Second Samuel, premiering at Macon Little Theatre on February 5th at 8:00 pm . The show revolves around the

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Ath-Con Recap

If you know me, you know I am a total and complete nerd.  You know I love Wednesdays because it means new comic releases.  You know that as a child I gravitated toward more bookish characters like Matilda, Velma, and Princess

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Especially Proud of Macon, Georgia Tonight

We might be finally getting it guys.   We have talked so much about Macon’s past and have crept slowly towards it’s future… but I think we’re finally getting there.   Saturday night I attended a sold out show at

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Oh My, Etouffee!

Gross weather always has me craving warm soup, chili, or anything resembling a stew. So when my friend Saralyn Collins posted about her shrimp etouffee with FRESH Georgia shrimp I knew I needed to head over. Trust me, I was

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A Unique Night On The Town: Rhythm & Rye

  Those of us in Macon who love music are at a turning point, a precipice. There’s a number of options out there, but are we really taking full advantage of them? Well, I’m here to give y’all a heads

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Tour of Macon Churches: Take 5

EDIT: I forgot to say a few things- a- I really enjoyed my visit here b- We got the most welcome greetings here than any other place- from people we didn’t know, that is, and it was handy that they

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Music Monday: St. Paul & The Broken Bones

featured image from the St. Paul & the Broken Bones Facebook page, photo credit: Erika Goldring Photography   Anytime an artist cites Otis Redding as an inspiration, I take special notice. St. Paul & The Broken Bones are a band

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Tour of Macon Churches: Take 3

I’ve gotten a little behind in writing these, so pardon me, and I’ll be rolling two posts into one.   Christmas Eve I went to my own home church, St. Paul’s Episcopal. My family has been going here as long

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