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Out and About for the week of June 2, 2013

Posted 6/1/2013 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of June 2, 2013

Posted 6/1/2013 in Entertainment

 

Sounds of Summer makes its return to the Riverwalk

Posted 6/1/2013 in Entertainment

The lazy, hazy days of summer will get a high-octane welcome to the Golden Triangle Thursday when the Juke Joint Gypsies kick off Sounds of Summer at the Columbus Riverwalk at 7 p.m.

 

Being beautiful: Walking on sunshine? Bring along the sunscreen

Posted 6/1/2013 in Columns

I confess there was a time between adolescence and my 30th birthday when I was addicted to the sun. Tanning beds were my best friends, along with silver reflective sun blankets and baby oil. The sun was my drug, and I was an addict.

 

Southern Gardening: Zinnia Zowie and Magellan bring summer-long blooms

Posted 6/1/2013 in Columns

When you think of summer blooms in the home landscape, it's hard not to think about zinnias.

Indulge in 'Good Food' -- Table Talk's June focus

Posted 6/1/2013 in Community

If there's one thing the Deep South appreciates it's good food. So the Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Library and the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market are teaming up to present a series of insightful talks on the topic each Wednesday in June for Table Talk: A Casual Visit with Books.

'On the Hill': New cookbook from Columbus' 'church on the hill' offers almost 600 recipes that wow

Posted 5/29/2013 in Food

When we're happy, we celebrate with food. When folks are sick and hurting, we cook because food is an easily shared expression of love, concern and condolence. For those, and other reasons embraced in the introduction to "Favorite Recipes On the Hill," First Presbyterian Church in Columbus was inspired to create a cookbook.

 

Out and About for the week of May 26, 2013

Posted 5/25/2013 in Entertainment

 

Freedom Creek Festival: Still deliverin' the blues

Posted 5/25/2013 in Entertainment

Willie King has been gone since March 2009, but the memory of the humble, award-winning blues guitarist and singer still resonates among those who heard him, played with him, or were just fortunate enough to dance in the dust of a Pickens County field, sweating to authentic blues that have been the hallmark of the Freedom Creek Blues Festival King founded.

 

School news: MSMS area graduates

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Bogue graduates

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Holton initiated

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

 

A pilgrimage to Pilsen: A Columbus veteran makes emotional return to Czech towns he helped liberate in 1945

Posted 5/25/2013 in Community

Dr. Bob Gilbert eased back in an upholstered chair in his spacious, pastel living room Tuesday. One hand rested on his leg, the other on top of a walking cane. He was surrounded by lovely things, in this home on a quiet, wooded lot not far from downtown Columbus. He is an educated man, described by close friends as compassionate and selfless. He enjoys music, the arts and the pursuit of knowledge. His thoughts, however, were elsewhere.

 

Being beautiful: Make the gifts as special as the graduates

Posted 5/25/2013 in Columns

 

 

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