It's a frog, it's a gorilla? No, it's Pig the dog
It's impossible not to stare at Kim Dillenbeck's dog Pig.
Ed Sheeran stretches into radio-friendly territory
Promoting an album kills creativity, says Ed Sheeran, preferring to watch a World Cup game rather than talk about "X," the anticipated follow-up to his 2011 debut, "+."
Salvation Army welcomes new majors to Valdosta
“Heart to God, Hand to Man” is a phrase that every Salvation Army officer strives to live. Robin and Pamela Starr hope to bring this phrase to life in the City of Valdosta as they take command of the local post.
Lean retirement looms for Generation X
Vera Johnson from Seattle is barely making do, let alone saving for retirement.
Meet the queen of King’s Grill
Every weekday morning at 8 o’clock, regulars start filling the booths and tables at King’s Grill for breakfast, a Valdosta tradition that stretches to 1941. Owner Pat Yeomans greets her customers every morning with a smile as she strives to keep the restaurant “just as it was.”
The New Faces of Archetypes
Artist Jessica Burke draws amazing portraits of women in familiar dress and costumes but with a twist.
Walk her exhibit in the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts, viewers will find Bat-Girl as the woman next door. Dorothy standing strong in the face of adulthood and Oz.
Stories with a Brush
Since the world seems to thrive on the comparative, since we must all relate to the question, What’s it like? encountering Susanne Schuenke’s marvelous paintings at the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts is something akin to Pablo Picasso meeting the animation of the Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine.”
Delta Air Lines reopens museum after renovations
With a newly renovated museum at its Atlanta headquarters, Delta Air Lines hopes to lure tourists to the company's original aircraft maintenance hangars on the north edge of the world's busiest airport.
Father, son lead Army unit 4 decades apart
Like many soldiers, Lt. Col. Patrick Harkins has a veteran father who knows firsthand the stress of wartime deployments. One big difference is that Harkins' dad led the very same unit of paratroopers known as the Iron Rakkasans into combat decades earlier.
New civil rights museum also explores human rights
A new museum about the history of civil rights opens next week in Atlanta, the city where Martin Luther King Jr. was based.
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