Category: Articles

Well in Paris…

Meanwhile, in Paris: The Eiffel Tower reopened to tourists Friday after a nine-month closure. If you plan to stop by, take note of the safety protocols: Masks are required, and all visitors must prove… Read more »

Let Them Eat Toffee in Newnan

Walk on the Courthouse Square in Newnan and you will notice that the little chocolate factory and boutique owned by the Graham has double ind in space this year. It… Read more »

Sarah Swanson Gallery in Hogansville has new exhibit

The opening was packed to see the new exhibit at the suffering artist gallery on Main street . The theme was Masters Re-imagined. Here some images of the show.

City of LaGrange Leaders to Partner with Communities of Tomorrow for 2021 Mobile Food Pantry for the Elderly Friday, July 16th

Other partners for this event include Feeding the Valley-LaGrange and Piney Woods Farm. City leaders, including LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton, and volunteers plan to deliver boxes of fresh produce to… Read more »

A Red Dăo, Portugal Wine

Surrounded by the mountains of Caramulo, Buçaco, Nave and Estrela, the Dão region is totally protected from icy winds, summer rain from the Atlantic, and even continental storms. Within its mountain walls,… Read more »

2018 Cru Bourgeois from Médoc, France. In the article, learn who created the Official 1855 Bordeaux Wine Classification.

Keeping track of things in a region with around 8,500 producers and an average annual volume of 700 million bottles would be a Herculean task even for die-hard Bordeaux lovers. Napoléon III already knew that. And… Read more »