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Prejudice, judgment and the myth of tolerance

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The electoral season has pushed issues like the ground-zero mosque, homosexuality, the race of our president, liberalism, and conservativism to the front lines of daily news. For those on the right end of the political spectrum, the president’s race has nothing to do with their dislike of his policies and they resent being told they are racists when they exercise their right to dissent. Read More»

New study: Contact-lenses improve self image in children

Contact-lenses improve vision-related quality of life in children compared with glasses, especially in the areas of appearance and athletics, reports Dr. John Henahan of Spectrum Eyecare in Peachtree City, Ga.  “Many parents are fearful of allowing their children to wear contact lenses, but this study conclusively shows that children feel better about themselves when wearing contact lenses, especially after age 10”., continues Dr. Henahan. “Contact lenses are much safer and easier to care for than 20 years ago.” Read More»

Testing for ADHD

When do you need to know?

By Richard Lewis, Ph.D.,
A New Start Counseling Center, Inc. Read More»

Former ‘The Biggest Loser’ winner weighs in on The New Well

When Michelle Aguilar first stepped onto the campus of “The Biggest Loser” in season 6, she had no idea of how much her life was about to change. Michelle touched many lives and soon became loved by millions of people across the country. She fought through the struggles that so many overweight women face every day of their lives. She was able to identify the things that had caused her to gain weight and quickly took back control of her life and won the battle to live a healthy more fulfilling life. Read More»

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»

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