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“…For never was a story of more woe / than this of Juliet & her Romeo.” With these lines, the actors at Atlanta’s New American Shakespeare Tavern ended their performance of William Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy “Romeo and Juliet.” Joining in the applause were seven members of the Riverview Book Club who carpooled from Roswell to Atlanta to enjoy dinner and a play in honor of their most recent book club selection, “Juliet"... more
Love was in the air of Telfair Square in Savannah over Valentine’s weekend in February as over 10,000 book devotees gathered to share their love of reading with an impressive line-up of bestselling authors at the annual Savannah Book Festival... more
The ladies of Danbury Park in Milton could never really get into Bunco. They tried, but it fizzled out. Still wanting a group social activity, they organized a book club instead, which is still going strong seven years later... more
Amy Meadows, a freelance writer, was inspired to capture her niece Briana’s story in a children’s book, “Emma’s Chinese American New Year"... more
Local author Claire Cook will be the guest speaker at the Atlanta Authors Speaker Series on Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Roswell Library. The 2 p.m. program is free and open to the public... more
Want to know which books are flying off the shelves this holiday season? Three local bookstores (Once and Again Books in Johns Creek, Humpus Bumpus Books in Cumming and Peerless Book Store in Alpharetta) suggest the following titles as great gifts for the lit-lovers on your list this year... more
I’ve been interviewing local book clubs for two years now and can honestly say that I have never seen one quite like the Ladies of Literature (LOL)... more
To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month, this issue of Northside Woman contains stories of local women who bravely faced cancer and now count themselves as survivors. In honor of their courage, She Reads is recommending books that celebrate the female fighting spirit... more
When Janet Sweet moved into Crooked Creek, a 650-home neighborhood in Milton, she mentioned to her realtor that she would be looking for a book club... more
Purdy the cat lifts her head lazily as the bell rings above the door of Blue Bicycle Books in downtown Charleston. After inspecting the new customer for a short while, Purdy’s green eyes slide closed again as she stretches luxuriously in her favorite napping spot—the lowest shelf of the sunny display window facing King Street. Purdy feels right at home with the 50,000 books on Blue Bicycle’s shelves, many of which, like her, are a bit worn with age but well-loved nonetheless... more
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Joann Maloof, Sydney Lee (founder) and Nataly Marks are part of the Johns Creek-based K9's for Law which raises
funds to place K9 officers into police departments across the nation. Read more page 8.


 

 

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