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Thirsty Thursday: The Sweet Tea Sidecar

I know, I know. It’s been entirely too long since I’ve updated you guys on my cocktail chronicles. Seems I’ve had my hands a bit full the last couple of months, but I promise there are amazing things to come as

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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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All About Oysters

We’re in full oyster season swing in Charleston, so I thought I’d share some information on all aspects of oysters to kick off the new year! Local Charleston Oyster Roasts Any given weekend during oyster season, you are guaranteed to hear

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A Lowcountry Christmas

Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year.  Maybe it’s because I’m a December baby, but I think it’s related to the fact that everyone puts up some decorations and gets into the holiday spirit. Growing up in

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A House Show, Or Something Like That: Madre Padre, Good Night Alive, and Dalmatian

If you are anything like me, the phrase house show probably brings a few key words to mind: band, beer, and basement. You wouldn’t be wrong either. The house show on November 14, 2015 in Macon, GA had all of

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Hot, Tired, And Too Much To Do

I’m a grumpy girl right now.   There’s too much happening this weekend. And I can’t make it to everything. It’s not physically possible. I’m tired. I’m hot. And I’ve got way too much to do.   Last night was

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Herschel, Bo, and Vince Dooley: An interview with Coach Dooley for Historic Macon’s Design Wine Dine event

Overwhelmed. Excited. Feeling like a little kid on Christmas morning. My inner sports fan geeking out like nobody’s business. All of those feelings and emotions coursed through my veins when Molly told me I had the opportunity to interview the

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Taste of Athens: South Kitchen and Bar

In light of Taste of Athens taking a more chef-focused approach in this year’s event, we have focused our conversations around the personalities behind the swinging doors. Tucked away in the old Georgian building at the corner of Jackson and

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Good Music, Good Friends, Great Cause: Historic Macon

Support Historic Macon at TheBlueIndian.com and Moonhanger Group’s Annual Benefit Concert featuring Roadkill Ghost Choir on  12/27 The holidays are full of festive occasions to see family and friends. Between going to parties, parades, and family gatherings, sometimes you just

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It was a run-by posting…

Hi all! Holy guacamole, Batman! Christmas season is upon us and man is it flying by!!! This isn’t a full post but I wanted all of our faithful and awesome readers to know about a class I’m teaching this Friday

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