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Sandy Creek presents 'Little Shop of Horrors'

DeAnna McDuffie and Adam Van Dyke as Audrey and Seymour. Photo/Special.

Sandy Creek High School’s chorus and drama departments will present “Little Shop of Horrors” at Sandy Creek’s Patriot Hall Auditorium Thursday – Sunday, Mar. 24-27. The show is directed by the SCHS drama teacher, Kathy Andersen, and the musical director is Millie Lanier Turek, SCHS’s chorus teacher. Choreographer for the show is Jonsie Pollock. Read More»

Newnan Community Theatre presents 'Cinderella'

You know what they say, if the shoe fits...you get to marry the prince.

Newnan Community Theatre will present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” Thursdays-Sundays, Mar. 17-27. Read More»

Bakery cafe in Peachtree City is even more 'Delightful'

Bakery cafe in Peachtree City is even more 'Delightful'

Something Delightful Bakery Cafe in Peachtree City is in its third year of operation and owner Mary Jane Hollister said year three is all about expansion.

“We made it through our first year and refined things in the second year,” Hollister said. “Year three is the time to expand.” Read More»

‘Joyful Noise’ filming comes to Peachtree City

Several hundred of the extras on set Monday at “The Fred” camped out in this tent after the filming in the morning. Photo/Michael Boylan.

They say it takes a village to raise a child. It also takes a village to make a movie and most of the time that village is mobile, moving from one location to the next. Area residents got to see and be a part of this village on Monday when “Joyful Noise,” filmed a scene at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. Read More»

Fayette County students showcase their talent

The finalists from the 25th annual Art and Music Showcase. Photo/Special.

According to Joe Frazar, Chairman of the 26th Annual Art and Music Showcase sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Peachtree City, the talent exhibited this year by Fayette County students is “the best ever in the history of our competition.”

The 140 art entries have already been judged by local artists and the music auditions have been held.  On Monday, Mar. 21 at 7 p.m. at The Bridge Community Center at 225 Willowbend Road the music finalists will compete for over $4000 in prizes. Admission is free to the public. All art work will also be on display with awards going to top entries. Read More»

Marsh nominated for Georgia Author of the Year

Michele Yother, President of Gallopade International, announced yesterday that local author Carole Marsh has been nominated as Georgia Author of the Year for Children’s Books by the Georgia Writer’s Association.

Marsh’s newest children’s fiction book “Mary America: First Girl President of the United States” is the story of an orphan girl who becomes the president at age 12, through a fluke in the law and a high IQ. Read More»

Ronda Rich to speak at Ladies Night Out

Ronda Rich

The Cronic Automotive Group will host popular newspaper columnist Ronda Rich at its next “Ladies Night Out” event on Tuesday, Mar. 15.

The evening affair, which is being co-sponsored by the Iris Charter Chapter of the American Business Read More»

Forming healthy habits with help from The New Well

Each aspect of our lives requires some extent of routine and consistency. We all have habits; some positive and some negative. Forming good habits around food, exercise and relaxation is a critical aspect to lasting, healthy weight loss.

To change your routine (or habit) can take time. Between 18 and 254 days, in fact (Lally et al. 2009). This is a huge variance in time, credited mostly with the levels of complicacy of the task. Read More»

Legacy Theatre presents 'Dear Edwina Jr.'

Legacy Theatre presents 'Dear Edwina Jr.'

Take a trip to Paw Paw, Michigan this week at The Legacy Theatre as two casts of close to 30 kids present the hit off-Broadway musical comedy, “Dear Edwina, Jr.” If you’ve never heard of Paw Paw, not to worry, these kids, comprised completely of students from the theatre’s popular Legacy Studios classes, will make you feel as if it was your own home town. Read More»

'Beastly': The name says it all

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I recently saw a new film with a quite self-explanatory name: “Beastly.” The actors are fine and the source material (the story of “Beauty and the Beast”) is solid, but the film itself is too unbelievable. This is one of those films where you wish it would have been on the Lifetime channel, where they somehow thrive on making movies like this. Read More»

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