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 »

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December 2, 2021 Sports

Editor’s note: this article is contributed by Shane Vaiskauskas whose last byline I’ve Never Been Here Before was published after UGA’s SEC Championship in 2018 Rivalry week. Hate week. Bedlam week. Blood week. The final week of the college football regular season has come and gone, and with it have gone the hopes and dreams… Read more »

Rocket City
November 29, 2021 Featured

Huntsville, Alabama, was once a sleepy, farming town that you drove through on your way to Nashville. Well, folks, stand back because the Rocket City is on the move! Last year, Huntsville officially took the lead as Alabama’s largest city by the population at 215,006, edging out Birmingham for the top spot by just over… Read more »

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September 21, 2021 Featured

Eudora Welty is an iconic Southern writer who brought life to every single word she ever wrote. When many of us think of Eudora Welty, we probably picture an older lady with silver hair and endless words of wisdom. However, just like us, Welty was once a child too. Her insight was gained through life… Read more »

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September 11, 2021 Opinion

It feels like my adult life started the week of 9/11 I was 16 years old and sitting in my high school math class when the intercom came on announcing the first World Trade Center building being hit. Our teacher turned on the tv and we watched in horror as another plane barreled into the… Read more »