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Linda Barbour realizes now that her “downsizing” from a job she held for nearly 25 years turned out to be a blessing in disguise. more
For many happy couples, the office often serves as the intersection of career paths and wedding aisles, and happily-ever-afters. more
Trouble came into Miaka Palmieri’s life for a reason, and stayed forever. more
As co-founder and CEO of Edge Solutions, Julie Haley is focused on creating a company that measures success through integrity, diversity and community service—not dollars. more
About five years ago, Karen Wise was approached by a few mothers of her son’s friends. more
As her friends prepared for college with thoughts of sorority rush, late-night pizza runs and freedom, Christana Wagner was looking at six weeks of basic training complete with crack-of-dawn wakeups and physical and mental challenges that tested her on a daily basis. more
Baking is a piece of cake for Susan Thompson. more
For a trio of local artists, the Alpharetta Arts Streetfest in May will mark their debut at the annual event, which draws artists from across the country. more
Using music as behavioral therapy has been around longer than the written word, and likely as long as the spoken word, with references to the benefits of music appearing in the works of Aristotle and Plato in Ancient Greece. more
I always knew my ancestral background was mostly French and Irish, but my skin tone looks more Italian or American Indian. 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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