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By Hailea Boykin  |  Photos by Evermore Photo Co.   Sustainable living can seem like a daunting lifestyle to pull off successfully. So much of our daily lives involve creating and leaving waste in our wake, but even the smallest considerations can help minimize our effects on the planet. While it’s hard to dive headfirst…

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The Scoop – Fall 2022

Marigold Market by Kayla Pritchett and Thomas Lee Looking for a market that sells homegrown, seasonal produce? The Marigold Market never fails to have fresh and affordable goods every Saturday at Pittard Park in Winterville, Ga., just a short drive east of Athens. The market’s vendors include farmers, creators and bakers, as well as live…

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The Boys of Fall

By Johnathan McGinty | Photos courtesy of Getty Images It’s safe to say the vibe in Athens has been, well, quite positive the past few months. The sun shines a bit brighter. The beer tastes a little colder. The barks are a tad louder. Such is the case when you’re home to the reigning national…

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Milan Art Institute

By Hailea Boykin | Photos courtesy of Milan Art Institute Opened by John and Elli Milan in 2010 in Statham, Ga., the Milan Art Institute has helped hundreds of students master skills that push their fine art to greater heights. While changing lives in their community the Milans felt the need to do more, little…

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Taste – Summer 2022

EAT By Griffin Nelson | Photos By Evermore Photo Co. Coffee and a fresh donut ­- its the most American way to start the day. Filling that need was the original concept behind Cafe Racer when Chris Hart opened up the double drive through in nearby Crawford, Ga. in 2018. He’d moved there from Athens…

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Two Years Gone

By Brian Panowich The past two years did a number on me.  I mean a full-on Las Vegas size chorus line to my brain and trust me when I say that is no easy task. I’ve always thought of myself as a freight train under pressure. I take the bad and the worse and spin…

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The Scoop – Summer 2022

Stop and Smell the Flowers By Hailea Boykin As a peaceful outing or weekend adventure, Twin Run Flower Farm in Watkinsville grows the most gorgeous seasonal blooms, ready for your clipping – no need to worry, they’ll show you how to best cut the stems. Their u-pick fields are open during the summer and fall…

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It’s All About The Pattern

By Hailea Boykin  |  Photos by Heather Crouse Photography   In December 2019 Tatum Williams was inspired to create unique clothing her children would wear. Her idea came naturally, but there was one twist; she needed a business partner with a passion for fabric patterning and design. “I was thinking, ‘To successfully create this brand…

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Pedal Driven Cycles

By Hailea Boykin  |  Photos Courtesy of Ben Mistak   Located on Broad Street is a custom bicycle frame builder and skate shop called Pedal Driven Cycles (PDC) – one of a handful of small American manufacturers left that both builds and sells bikes in house. As the shop owner, David Harrison is the man…

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Athens’ Game Changers

By Hailea Boykin  |  Photography by Evermore Photo Co. Athens is an incredible community where passionate compassion runs deep. Many of the challenges and opportunities the community faces today are dramatically different from those of ages past. It is critically important that we have fresh eyes and minds to address our changing environment. It takes…

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