By Kathy Nolan Photos courtesy of New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau Antoine Amédé Peychaud presumably mixed the first Sazerac in his Royal Street pharmacy at some point in the 1830s. Or did saloon owner Thomas Handy perfect this dandy drink in
By Kelley Dixson Photography by Mike Young “I’ve been called a plant whisperer,” she says, gesturing to her potted garden of wonders. Herbs, vegetables, cacti and even a presumably dead orchid with new leaves adorn her porch with bright greens and deep
By Jami Gaudet Photography by Christopher Smith How do you mend after the death of the man with whom you shared your life for 32 years? How do you create a lasting memorial for your husband, Fernando La Rosa, beloved art professor
By Dr. Shannon Terrell Gordon Photo by Leah Yetter This year has certainly been memorable! Most of us have never before lived through such widespread, persisting disruption of community and business life. Even now, the view of the future is opaque, making past
For 15 years, a now-retired Mercer University professor has lead a Macon effort promoting racial reconciliation. Called Building the Beloved Community, the work centers on a symposium at Mercer founded by John Marson Dunaway, professor emeritus of French and interdisciplinary studies.