10 Home Improvement Projects that are Truly DIY!
As back-to-school season is approaching and it’s still sunny outside, now’s the perfect time to take a stab at some of those do-it-yourself home projects you’ve got on your plate. There are plenty of quick fixes and simple projects you can handle on your own that require few supplies and just an hour or two. […]Read More
Power Couple Derek Hays & Leta Brooks on the Gwinnett Podcast!
Power Couple Derek Hays & Leta Brooks on the Gwinnett Podcast! This is the old timeless tale of a successful personal injury attorney who meets a successful interior designer. Both run well-known businesses. Both are known as movers and shakers in our community. Both living to serve others. And both host successful podcasts. Of course, […]Read More
Farmhouse on a Budget!
Where did it start? Farmhouse décor is one of the hottest interior design trends these days! It mixes a neutral color palette with old-fashioned, colorful patterns for the perfect blend of modern and vintage charm. Thanks to, Fixer Upper’s hosts, Chip and Joanna Gains, farmhouses, old and new, are popping up just about everywhere! The […]Read More
8 Family-friendly Events to Celebrate the Fall Season
Carving jack-o-lanterns, getting lost in the corn maze, picking apples off the tree, getting spooked at a haunted house… Is your family itching to get out and enjoy their favorite autumn activities? You don’t have to skip out on Halloween fun this year! Here’s our guide to the in-person events happening locally in Gwinnett and […]Read More
Gwinnett Podcast: What comes after optimism?
What comes after optimism? When you get past the fear and the shock that stops you in your tracks what should businesses do next? In this episode, David Greer, publisher of Gwinnett Magazine talks to one of our hosts, Nate McGill, about how to take that next step and start planning for the rebound. SUBSCRIBE […]Read More
Contact-Free and Delicious: Area Restaurants Innovate to Cope With COVID-19
Today restaurants around Gwinnett County are beginning to pivot their business practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic, during which eating in close-packed dining rooms is not ideal. Many have had to invent new curbside pickup and ordering practices overnight. Some, like Buford’s Main St. Deli, now have signs on their doors reading “Delivery Only.” Inside […]Read More
Emergency Planning that Holds Water
Planning for a pandemic might not be as different as you’d expect from planning for relatively common disasters like hurricanes. A joint project of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov has you covered with information about preparing for everything from avalanches to volcanoes, with stops along the way for troubles like power outages, […]Read More
Slideshow: Festivities for Peachtree Corners Town Center Grand Opening
The day to celebrate the completion of the Peachtree Corners’ Town Center finally arrived on Saturday with an afternoon filled with fun activities, music, food and more. The festivities got underway with a parade along Medlock Bridge and Town Center Boulevard, leading everyone into the new Town Center. The Peachtree Corners Town Center is located […]Read More
Independence Day City Event Roundup
Berkeley Lake Parade at 11:30 am on July 4 Braselton Braselton readies “Celebrate July 4th” festivities An array of festivities in downtown Braselton is planned for the “Celebrate July 4th” holiday. Food vendors will line the perimeter of Town Green in the heart of the historic downtown. Families are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets […]Read More
New Charter Japanese School in Peachtree Corners
City and State leaders, along with the Consulate-General of Japan and other dignitaries, were on hand on Thursday to celebrate the opening of a new state chartered Japanese-English dual language school that will offer classes for elementary-school children in K-5 th grades. The International Charter Academy of Georgia (ICAGeorgia) held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June […]Read More