An English visitor recalls his stay in 1856 Macon
What to Wear + Where to Eat, in Style
Fashion designer Kenzo Takada once said, “fashion is like eating
More than Meets the Eye
Macon yogis share their diverse, health boosting and soul fulfulling reasons for coming to the mat.
This ain’t no corner lemonade stand. Selling Girl Scout cookies is big business. The annual Girl Scout Cookie sale, taking place now across the nation and right here in Middle Georgia, involves more than one million girls selling over 200 million boxes of cookies annually, with
Macon’s Best Food
An essential guide to our favorite restaurants.
Standard of Excellence
Chef Doug Sanneman is a straight shooter. He’s got an open and honest face and a ready smile. Somehow though, you get the impression that if he doesn’t like your cooking, he’s going to let you know.
Full of Care
Whether you’ve called yourself a Maconite from birth or were adopted into the Macon community later, this home holds a special place for all of us. And while Macon has the marks of a healthy and thriving community, we do have our
Brenda Lambert and Ann Adkisson are hustling, working quickly getting stacked boxes of peanut butter unpacked and jars shelved before a team of volunteers arrives to repack them with other food items in bags or backpacks. It’s hurried but familiar work.
On The Table
“We didn’t sit back,” Darius Maynard, program associate at Community Foundation of Central Georgia, said at a recent meeting to convene the On The Table steering committee following the inaugural Oct. 17 event.
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.