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June 20, 2022 Opinion

My political awakening, like so many other Americans, came in the fall of 2016 Having grown up around politics in the suburbs of Washington D.C., I’d always been the “lil liberal” of my Southern family. As a writer, I realized early on that there was power in my pen and at this keyboard. But it… Read more »

Scarlett O'Hara Green and White Dress at Tara
June 9, 2022 Opinion

Scarlett O’Hara, we all know her and love her. She’s the green-eyed Southern belle full of grit and grace, and who only has eyes for Ashley Wilkes and her beloved Tara. O’Hara is one of the most iconic female fictional characters of all time and is the main protagonist in Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone… Read more »

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May 15, 2022 Opinion

It feels like I need to explain myself. Some of y’all who I love dearly were a bit perplexed at how outspoken I am regarding the decision to reverse Roe v. Wade. Family and close friends know I’ve been the “little liberal” pretty much my whole life. But here’s something you don’t know… As I’ve… Read more »

Jo's Billboard Sign
March 20, 2022 Food

Jo’s Cafe embodies the theme song from the iconic television show Cheers. You remember the tune “Where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came.” Over the last year or so, my husband and I have found some of our favorite people, food, and “our table” at Jo’s Cafe. Named after “Aunt Jo”… Read more »

Hairy Dawg UGA #GoDawgs
January 9, 2022 Sports

Once upon a time, in 2018, hearts across the Bulldog nation broke After a battle of a National Championship game in which the Dawgs led for most of playtime, Bama came back for Saban to win another one of his God-knows-how-many titles. The next morning, a rainy day in January, it felt like the entire… Read more »