Loss of author Terry Kay The city of Athens lost one of its most illustrious and widely acclaimed residents with the death of Georgia author Terry Kay from liver cancer at age 82 on December 12, 2020. Kay was best known to most readers and television viewers for his 1990 novel “To Dance with the…Read More
By Ashlee Duren When it comes to decorating your home for the holidays, experts agree – you don’t have to spend tons of money to make your home beautiful. We asked Tami Ramsay, principal and interior designer at Cloth & Kind, to share some tips for decorating for the holidays. “We love to pull from…Read More
Podcaster and writer explore true-crime stories with Athens connections By Don Rhodes | Photos Courtesy of Cameron Harrelson and Jaclyn Weldon Most people have been trying to kill time at home while socially distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cameron Harrelson, of Athens, and Jaclyn Weldon White, of nearby Hoschton, Ga., on the other hand, have…Read More
SIP By Griffin Nelson | Photos By Evermore Photo Co. Tea and running her own business are two things that Precious Jones has been passionate about her whole life. “I am a born entrepreneur. I was that kid in elementary school selling m&ms and pencils,” she says and by the time she had her own…Read More
By Brian Panowich The year 2020. It has definitely been one for the books. I cannot remember another more tumultuous time in my life, in the lives of my family and friends, or possibly in the world itself. I’ve seen and experienced the entire gamut of emotion and have come face to face with some…Read More
While we love the Dawgs, Athens is much more than just a college town. It's filled with interesting people and businesses that are proud to call the Classic City home. It's these stories we'll tell in Athens Magazine. It's your city and this will be your magazine.