Year_of_Reckoning
January 1, 2021 Opinion

2020 was a Year of Reckoning In the last few years, I started a fun tradition with Michelle Khouri — Founder & CEO / Executive Producer at FRQNCY Media. As we wind down the past year and roll into a new one, Michelle and I catch up to discuss a theme for the coming year…. Read more »

Sup_Yall_Georgia_2020_Election_Blue_Wave
December 30, 2020 Opinion Politics

Georgia has always been a battleground state. The Revolutionary War started in Georgia when a couple of renegades broke into a powder magazine in Savannah in 1775. Less than 100 years later, in 1861, Georgia would secede from the same Union she helped to form. The Civil War would end with Sherman’s march from Atlanta… Read more »

BLM Atlanta Protest
July 9, 2020 Opinion

Editor’s Note – a brief intro to the powerful words by Quay Bowen. We connected with Quay through a marketing group on social media. After hearing her story, we asked Quay to share her experiences with our audience here at Pretty Southern. It has been edited with her approval and based on the personal history… Read more »

Andrea Walker writer
April 28, 2020 Opinion

Editor’s note–the following is a contributed column by Andrea Walker It’s Day _ (I’ve lost count honestly). For the first time in weeks, I wore jeans! Holy crap. I put on my tennis shoes and got in my car and went for a ride around town. With the wind whipping through my hair and my… Read more »

Stay-Home-COVID-Coronavirus-sign-Pretty-Southern
April 24, 2020 Featured Opinion

I didn’t take the Coronavirus seriously enough. When news of COVID-19 first started, I assumed it would be like SARS, Bird Flu, Swine Flu, or any of the other “diseases du jour” we’ve heard about in the last few years. Also, I naively just wanted to go on our ski trip to Jackson Hole, quietly… Read more »