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spring2022

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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A Grand Vision

By Johnathan McGinty | Photography by Downtown Academy Patrick Ennis has a grand vision for Downtown Academy. The small private school, an extension of Downtown Ministries, may not be even a decade old, but its founding headmaster already is looking far into the future. Interestingly enough, it’s a future where perhaps this innovative learning environment…

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Taste – Spring 2022

EAT By Griffin Nelson | Photos By Evermore Photo Co. One of the newest additions to the Watkinsville food scene has been welcomed with open arms! People waited over an hour on opening day to be one of the first to try Mama Ning’s Thai back in January 2021. Now, a year later, they continue…

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Home

By Mac McCall As I fled New York City through Covid-infested airports, I looked like hell; disheveled, sleep deprived, and drinking too freely. Aside from a handful of trips to Brooklyn, my existence had for months been confined to the 13.4 by 2.3-mile coffin-shaped oblong of Manhattan. Weeks of relentless preparation for my law school…

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The Scoop – Spring 2022

Farm 441 at Thomas Orchards By Hailea Boykin Looking around at Farm 441 you’ll find a plethora of greenery for the season. With Taylor Jenkins as one integral part of Farm 441, he specializes in plants, bringing 20 years of lawn care and plant knowledge to anyone looking to spruce up their yard. But, around…

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Classic Style with Edit. by Nicole

By Hailea Boykin | Photos provided by Nicole Broadnax Clothes can say a lot about a person, but what’s most important is feeling comfortable in them. Whether these outfits make your confidence soar, bring you out of your comfort zone or help spice up a typical weekday, it’s important to focus on what makes you,…

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For The Love of Art

By Hailea Boykin Part of my teen and early adult years included puzzles with my cousin. One thousand (sometimes even more) pieces were dumped on the perfectly square, black folding table in front of the living room TV. For some reason we always chose the most difficult designs and would spend hours sorting and grouping…

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