Lifestyle

Ask the Anytime Fitness Guy

Question: I have a friend that follows a vegan lifestyle, and she’s trying to get me to do the same? Is this something you’d recommend for improving overall health and wellness? Read More»

Peachtree City Dog Park dress-up

Peachtree City Dog Park dress-up

Howl-O-Ween at the Peachtree City Dog Park featured a costume contest and dogs and their owners got into the spirit of the event this past weekend. This pup got to play police dog while his owner was the one being led around by authority. For more photos from the Dog Park event, click here. Photo/Michael Boylan.

Hitting the right notes

A’Lise Holliday is pictured with Creed Pannell, Jr., the CEO & Executive Director of The Gospel Choice Awards. Photo/Special.

Whitewater student building a singing career

A’Lise Holliday, 16, started recording music at the age of 13 but said in a recent interview she has always been a singer and a songwriter.

“I’m always writing songs, starting with thoughts and rhymes,” Holliday said. “I try to tell a story with songs.”

Currently writing and recording songs for her debut album, one of the songs, “You Can Change The World,” caught the attention of people involved with the 2010 Gospel Choice Awards and led to Holliday becoming a performer at this year’s event, which was held last month at the Georgia World Congress Center. Read More»

Peachtree Wind Ensemble and ACC concert choir in concert

Peachtree Wind Ensemble and ACC concert choir in concert

The Peachtree Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Mr. Mike Daniell, together with the Atlanta Christian College's Concert Choir, under the direction of Mr. Byron J. Cartwright, present a Fall Concert on October 24, 2010, at 6 PM at Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church, 1150 Jefferson Avenue, East Point, Georgia. Read More»

Something in The Picnic Basket for everyone

A collection of just some of the baked goods offered every day at The Picnic Basket. Photo/Michael Boylan.

If you could have perfect weather and the promise of no pesky insects interfering, everyone loves a picnic. The Picnic Basket, located at 303 Kelly Dr. Suite 1 in Peachtree City, provides a warm and cozy park-like atmosphere that can be enjoyed year round, whether it’s a swelteringly hot summer day or a cold and rainy winter afternoon. Read More»

Downtown Fayetteville stays busy this weekend

Children can participate in a costume contest and Trick or Treat in downtown Fayetteville.

The autumn season has arrived and Fayetteville Main Street is planning a variety of family events and opportunities for local residents on Saturday, Oct. 23 in Downtown Fayetteville.

At the Gazebo, residents can shop at an extended Market Day from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. With over 70 vendors, this will be the largest Market Day of 2010. It will also be the final

Market Day for this year as most of the produce vendors have reached the end of the growing season. Read More»

Historic Cemetery Walk showcases Fayette’s past

Now in its third year, the revamped Cemetery Walk will be held for one night only on Saturday, Oct. 23. The nearby museum’s Spirit Guides will take visitors on a guided walking tour through the Historic City Cemetery. The tour will stop at different gravesites where visitors will meet spirits from beyond the grave and learn about local history through interesting tales that shaped Fayette County’s history. Read More»

Whitewater High School presents 'Fame' this week

The cast of Whitewater's production of "Fame."

Big hair, leg warmers and Madonna-esque style will take you back to the glory days of the 1980s in this high energy extravaganza, “Fame,” performed by Whitewater High School Oct. 21, 22 and 23 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 24 at 2:30 p.m. in the school’s auditorium.

Set at the old New York High School of Performing Arts (PA), “Fame” follows the last class to grace its halls from freshman year through graduation.  Read More»

Lots of events scheduled for Saturday in PTC

‘The Fred’ is once again planning a spooktacular Halloween party and everyone is invited. Read More»

Dance classes start Sunday in Tyrone

Starting Oct. 17, at the Tyrone Recreation Center, there will be three different dance classes. The first dance class will be a beginner “Swing”, which is from 5-6 p.m., and is a co-ed class. The “Swing” is the most popular dance, with great floor appeal, easy to learn and most of all, is lots of fun.

The second class will be intermediate “Tango” from 6-7 p.m., and this is also a co-ed class. The “Tango” is a classic dance.

The third class will be for Ladies Only, and the the dance will be beginner “Cha-Cha”, from 7-8 p.m. Read More»