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  • BLOG-Going Native

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    From 10am to 2pm today Saturday 28 April, Cox Arboretum is holding its annual Wildflower and Native Plant Sale, and I must recommend it.

  • BLOG-Salad Days

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    Salads are at their crispest, sweetest peak, and my family enjoys renewing our senses to the tasty, satisfying crunch of spring vegetables.

  • BLOG — A day to geek out for local music

    A collection of cheap vinyls sit shrine-like outside Toxic Beauty Records (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    This Saturday local music fans can pick up limited edition vinyl releases at Toxic Beauty Records for National Record Store Day and rock out to local bands at the Live Earth Music Festival.

  • BLOG — The bitter truth about taste

    BrusselsSprouts

    It is my notion, from a combination of collective wisdom and personal experience, that bitterness in food is good for you.

  • BLOG-Where the Townies Gather

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    As we sat down to this year’s first meal at the Corner Cone, the look on my daughter’s face summed it all up perfectly: the sweet anticipation of a whole new season.

  • BLOG – Village Greenery

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    The Village Greenery has everything from the very care intensive exotics to more common and easy to grow foliage plants.

  • BLOG – The Hunt

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    On Saturday, we took our 19-month-old, Lucy, to her first ever egg hunt.

  • BLOG-Enemy Mine

    enemyMine

    Know your enemy and be vigilant. For Lent, I resolve to rid my property of honeysuckle.

  • BLOG-Travelling, Well Met

    flatbreadOlives

    In travel, together we learn the simple but astonishing and admire the mastery of greats.

  • BLOG—The gulf between a Twinkie and a cherry blossom

    Twinkie

    Macon, Ga., the cherry blossom capitol of the South, celebrates the blooms with deep-fried Twinkies.