Category: Articles

The Future of Biking Might Not Be Tandem

VanMoof, the Dutch e-bike manufacturer, will begin selling a high-speed bike called the VanMoof V in late 2022, the company announced Tuesday. Maxing out at 37 mph, the V is gonna… Read more »

Americans Are Done With Their Crappy Jobs

4.3 million people quit their jobs in the US in August, the Labor Department said yesterday. That’s an astronomical amount—the most on record—and represents nearly 3% of the workforce.Where are workers quitting the… Read more »

LOCAL ARTISTS WIN AWARDS

LaGrange, Ga. – Best of Show winner Sarah Scarborough Swanson was among area artists recognized with awards at the October 1 opening reception for the Visual Artists Alliance of LaGrange’s (VAAL)… Read more »

Is your family prepared for a house fire?

It’s National Fire Prevention Week Have a plan in case a fire starts in your home Learn the sounds of fire prevention A voice alarm can wake a child up to three times… Read more »

CULTURE

Survey Says: Teens are Cheugy Good news for anyone with a teen in their life: We’ve got some conversation material to switch things up from Billie Eilish and Berries and Cream… Read more »

Proposed EU Rule Has Apple All Charged Up

We’re not the only ones singing the praises of the far-superior USB-C cord. The European Commission (EC) proposed a rule yesterday that would require small tech gadgets like phones, tablets, and headphones… Read more »

Facts on Facts

We read a lot of news stories over the past three months. Here are some of the craziest facts we learned. 1. At Starbucks, Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew outsold the Pumpkin Spice Latte last… Read more »

Stat: Teens

Stat: Teens—they just aren’t vaping like they used to. 11% of high schoolers and less than 3% of middle schoolers said they used e-cigs or vapes recently, a ~40% drop from last year…which… Read more »