Congratulations to 6th Street Pier in Griffin, winner of the Aug 2-9 Brown's Guides Poll, "Where to eat in Griffin, Georgia." Pictured are 6th Street Pier owner Dave Gilchrist and
We don’t have any. Here are tales of failed efforts to locate petroleum in Georgia. THAR’ SHE DON’T BLOW Many people have searched for oil in Georgia, but found precious
By JIM MILES Dr. Arthur Randolph Kelly, born in Texas in 1900, became one of America’s most respected archaeologists. After receiving a PhD In anthropology from Harvard in 1929 he
Dr. Raymond A. Moody, Jr., came to prominence in the 1970s by relating life after death reports gleamed from patients who described their experiences after brief periods of death.
America was recently shocked by an earthquake in Virginia. What few remember is that Georgia was seriously affected by an earthquake that devastated Charleston, South Carolina. It
By SHERRI SMITH BROWN I reach for the rock. It is perfect. Flat. Rounded on the edges. Worn smooth by Mother Nature and Father Time. The weight feels right. I gaze out across the
A detailed description for the Isle of Hope has been added to the Brown's Guides site. See the related listing below for all of the info.
Historic Town Square, Roswell, September 17, 2011. 12:00pm. The 45th Roswell Arts Festival is under way. The weather is perfect. Not only there are many talented artists offering
SINGING SAND When most sand is walked on, it makes no comment, but in a few rare locations sand being compressed emits a strange “singing’ sound which is more accurately described
Maybe it had something to do with the Armageddon Express, a train of 22 white cars, which rolled through downtown Jesup on the afternoon of May 4, 1984, presumably with a load of