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In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in fine teas in America, but certified tea specialist and author Lisa Boalt Richardson of Milton says she was into tea when tea wasn’t cool. more
Becoming a teenager is a big deal. So on Caroline Schiltz’s 13th birthday in January, her parents, Randy and Casey Schiltz of Cumming, gave her the gift of travel. more
Karrie Gawron, a former Milton High School band member, currently lives in New York and is a clarinet player for the Brooklyn-based Grand Street Community Band. more
Even at an early age, Dana Spinola was all about fashion...papering her wall floor to ceiling with pages pulled from fashion magazines, then doing it again the next month when the new issues came … more
Isabelle Gautier was raised in Normandy, just a few miles from the Mont Saint Michel in northwestern France and a world away from where she makes her home today in Milton with her husband and two sons. more
Alpharetta resident Marianna Raffensperger has a heart for children and her years of quietly volunteering have changed the daily lives of many. more
In the summer of 2012, Marilynn Martinez decided to open a place where adults with developmental disabilities can go to work, including her son Connor. more
Juliet Cohen can scarcely remember a time when water and sand and greenery did not surround her. more
Like many artists, Sherri Murphy never had visions of owning her own business, but simply focused her talents on making unique jewelry for friends and family who loved her work and ultimately encouraged her creative potential. more
In Sanskrit, the ancient language of India, the word “Vibha” means many things, including radiant, shining, brightness, wealth and prosperity. more
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Farrah Haidar, left, and Hala Yassine, are two of the seven sisters involved in Seven Sisters Scones in Johns Creek, offering their customers a modern take on a traditional breakfast treat.
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