Joe Earle, editor-at-large for Springs Publishing, traveled back roads and highways throughout Georgia for years to locate the local oddities often described simply as “roadside attractions.” Along the way, he catalogued scores of the state’s one-of-a-kind monuments, markers and museums, and other strange sights standing on the side of the road. Here are his Top Five favorites.
Sabiha Mujtaba said the first chair she made was a rocker designed for a friend who was pregnant. It depicted a mother and child, with animals. It marked […]
Police reports are official. Over the years, the language has evolved into the use of words that, to me, are, well, overly official.
A mixed-use development that includes senior housing will no longer require the lessee to be 55 years or older, just the occupant. At an Aug. 26 meeting, the […]
Today is an exciting day for all of us at Springs Publishing, especially the team that works on Atlanta Senior Life, our free, monthly publication that’s tailored to […]
If you walk along Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta over Labor Day weekend, you’re likely to encounter storm troopers, zombies and elves. The weekend brings superheroes and superfans […]