Note from Audra: My friend Carol wrote this letter to The Dunwoody Crier on Sunday and copied me. I decided to wait to post until The Crier actually published it. You can find it here on The Crier site as well. Meanwhile….I LOVE her idea. If every citizen of Dunwoody who has ever had a … Read More »
It’s no surprise that Atlanta’s restaurant community will step up when it comes to giving back. On Monday, September 24, 2018, notable personalities from an array of popular Atlanta restaurants will join forces at City Winery at Ponce City Market for a Barrel of Chefs, a dynamic evening filled with eating, drinking and giving back. … Read More »
The Felicia Penzell Weber Jewish Community High School in Atlanta, Ga., is proud to announce the establishment of The Daniel Zalik Academy, a state-of-the-art science, technology, engineering, and design institute made possible by a generous grant by the Zalik Foundation Fund. The Zalik Academy will be housed in a MIT-inspired FAB LAB on The Weber … Read More »
The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces is thrilled to announce the return of the Piedmont Park Arts Festival on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19, 2018. With an emphasis on the visual arts and family fun, the ninth annual event will once again be held in Piedmont Park, one of the most respected and … Read More »
Join us in the DUMC gym for Pickleball, the nation’s fastest growing sport. It’s a great way to be active and social for all ages. Open play between 2:30 and 4pm every Tuesday through December. Equipment provided. All levels welcome. Bring a friend! Open to the community.… Read More »
On Thursday, August 16th, City Winery presents ‘City Wine Explorer: Don’t Cry for Me Argentina -Time to get your Malbec On!’ — inspired by the 5th largest wine producer in the world, Argentina, this Argentina-inspired and locally-foraged wine tasting experience will be hosted by City Winery’s expert wine guides, JR Smith and Stephanie Northrup. Featuring … Read More »
A friend of mine from my days in corporate America with AT&T has two wonderful young daughters. The oldest, Hannah, is a nursing student at Augusta University. Hannah’s younger sister is about to graduate from high school. So…. she recently wrote a letter to her little sister full of amazing college advice. As the … Read More »
So it’s been a few months since I wrote my last fitness blog entry. I continued to enjoy working out this summer with my oldest who was home from college. Much has happened since I last wrote though. UFC Gym Perimeter changed ownership and became Fitbox. Beth’s and my amazing trainer, Denise, moved … Read More »
Update: The ring has been reunited with the owner thanks to our Aha! Connection!
My husband found a woman’s engagement ring this weekend in the parking lot of the Williamsburg shopping center, near Nell’s Produce Stand at the corner of Jett Ferry & Dunwoody Club. We would love to be able to get this ring … Read More »
My friend, Pamela, told me about this book and I’ve been reading and re-reading it all summer. I used to think that once my kids were grown…and flown…that parenting would be finished. I was oh.so.wrong!
Throughout this book the author (Stormie O’Martian) helps you pray with the power of God’s Word over your adult children … Read More »
Beer connoisseurs are invited to celebrate the start of the weekend and discover new beers on Friday, August 17, 2018, at Savi Provisions on Roswell Road. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., imbibers can explore and sample craft beers from Lagunitas Brewing Company, along with cheese pairings from Savi Provisions’ resident cheese monger, Angel Montero. … Read More »
Note from Audra: So..it has been three years since I posted the following article. My youngest (Walt) is now a part of this Academy and started a year early with his business Rent-A-Teen. Walt’s business has been wildly successful and there are several other teens in this program with amazing new businesses that I … Read More »