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Southern Holiday Traditions

Every family has unique traditions, whether it is something as simple as going for a walk after Thanksgiving dinner (like our reader, Julia Swale) or wearing t-shirts donned with spatulas (you have to check out Sarah Pyke’s hilarious tradition).  Submitted by readers We hope you are inspired by some of these traditions and recipes and

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C’est Délicieux

La Madeleine Bakery & Café gives you a taste of that indulgent, laid-back, community-based and joyful Parisian lifestyle. Story and Photos By: Rachel Pillow As you step into La Madeleine French Bakery & Café in Buford, your mind is immediately whisked away from the busyness of Mall of Georgia holiday shopping and transported to  a Parisian

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Southern Holiday Traditions

Every family has unique traditions, whether it is something as simple as going for a walk after Thanksgiving dinner (like our reader, Julia Swale) or wearing t-shirts donned with spatulas (you have to check out Sarah Pyke’s hilarious tradition).  Submitted by readers We hope you are inspired by some of these traditions and recipes and

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Try a Free Aerial Fitness Class with Fit2Fly

Have you ever wanted to try an aerial fitness class? Now’s your chance! Maggie Hudson, owner of Fit2Fly, is offering private and semi-private “aerial fitness” classes in her home. Hudson is a certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and health coach with more than 20 years of experience, and she enjoys the aerial arts so

Free App provides a Visual and Audio Tour of the Suwanee SculpTour exhibit

Download “Otocast,” a free app that can be found in the Apple Store and Google Play, to experience an immersive, visual and audio tour of Suwanee’s SculpTour exhibit. The app lays out pins on a map that will direct the user to the exact location of each sculpture. When the pins are selected, a written

Gwinnett County turns 200!

Gwinnett County has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a mostly agrarian community in the 1800s to its current standing as the second- largest county in the state of Georgia. Named after Button Gwinnett, one of Georgia’s three signers of the Declaration of Independence, Gwinnett County was the 50th county to be

Maintaining a Healthy Voice

By: Matthew T. Gill, M.D., Suwanee Ear Nose & Throat The human voice is an amazing gift that is often taken for granted. We rely on it for communication and personal expression. Illness, injury or misuse may lead to significant voice problems that can disrupt daily work and activities. Many vocations place significant demands on

Investment Strategies with Aileron

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, AILERON INVESTMENT ADVISORS Q: How do I know what type of life insurance I need? A: First, you need to determine how long you will need it. There are two basic types of insurance: temporary and permanent, with many variations within each type. Temporary needs call for temporary coverage (1, 5,

November – December 2017 Restaurant Guide

La Madeleine 1795 Mall of Georgia Blvd., Buford, GA |  678.714.2773 2255 Pleasant Hill Rd., Duluth, GA |  770.814.0356 |   LaMadeleine.com | $$ La Madeleine is a cozy, casual French bakery and café serving authentic freshly-made fare from time-honored recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Our handcrafted menu items include omelettes, crêpes and quiche for breakfast, homemade

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Healthy Pumpkin Recipes

In this article, Fit Mom shared seven amazing health benefits of our favorite seasonal squash and some recipes that not only taste great, but that you can feel good about.  Recipes Submitted By: RUTH UNGERER, aka FIT MOM Pumpkin Spice Latte Ingredients: 1 cup (240mL) almond milk 1 tbsp (15g) pumpkin purée 4 drops vanilla crème stevia,

Guide to Suwanee Fest 2017: Community at Work

Click for the Suwanee Fest Guide Suwanee Fest is taking place Sept 16th & 17th at Suwanee Town Center Park. With nearly 200 vendors and exhibitors, 15 entertainment acts, tons of food and entertainment and a huge parade – we got the scoop on what to expect from Suwanee’s favorite 2-day fest! All the details

Cinco After Five Grand Reopening

Cinco Celebrates Grand Re-Opening of After Five

After Five at Cinco Mexican Cantina hosted a grand re-opening celebration from July 7th-9th. They debuted a brand new tapas menu, new specialty drinks, new staff and live entertainment with popular, local acoustic and rock artist, James Patrick Morgan. After Five is an upscale, 21 and over, tapas and cocktail bar directly adjacent to Cinco

Suwanee Magazine Tours New Mercedes-Benz Stadium

In August, our staff at Suwanee Magazine had the opportunity to tour the new Mercedes -Benz Stadium before it opened to the public. In addition to being home of the Falcons and Atlanta United, some of the upcoming events the stadium will host include Chickfil- A kick off games FSU vs. Alabama and Georgia Tech

Investment Strategies with Aileron Investment Advisors

Investment Strategies with Aileron

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, AILERON INVESTMENT ADVISORS Q: Can government regulations affect my investments? A: Reasonable regulations are necessary and provide consumers with layers of consumer protection. However, every regulation can be an expense, and that extra cost is added to the price of every product or service being regulated. We pay for every regulation:

Brand-Aid Marketing Tips from Veugeler Design Group - 4 Reasons why blogging needs to be part of your marketing strategy

Brand-Aid: 4 Reasons Why Blogging Needs to be Part of Your Marketing Strategy

Blogging is arguably the most critical component of content marketing when it comes to generating organic traffic and being found by online search engines. Today, blogs are one of the primary ways that research is conducted and that information is consumed on the web.  By: PRISCILLA SALMASI, Digital Marketing Manager, Veugeler Design Group Cranking out

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Pumpkin Power

In honor of Fall, Fit Mom shares seven amazing health benefits of the versatile squash. By: RUTH UNGERER, aka FIT MOM Of all the seasons, fall is my favorite: cooler weather, football, leaves falling, delicious food and pumpkin everything! I have to admit, I may go a little crazy incorporating this superfood into my daily

Life Hacks For A Fulfilled Life

Life Hacks for a Fulfilled Life

By: SCOTT MAWDESLEY, Founder Write One Line I often meet people who are stressed out and overwhelmed by the speed and complexity of life. Maybe you can relate?! In fact, in over two decades of coaching and developing people, I have discovered that living a “full” life doesn’t always translate into living the “full”filled life we

Ask Henry

Q: I have a friend who took their dog hiking and he got sick a few days later. The doctor said the dog may have gotten sick from drinking lake water while on the hike. I hike with my dog in the same area. Could my dog be at risk also? A: I got sick once from

Should You Push Your Kids to Do Sports?

Should You Push Your Kids to Do Sports?

Playing sports, whether on a team or just as an individual, have so many wonderful benefits for children. Studies have shown that kids who play sports are more likely to have healthy lifestyles, learn effective problem-solving skills, and perform better in school.  By: Laura Lebovitz | LAMFT at Grow Counseling It is easy to see why

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Brand-Aid: 4 Ways Brick-and-Mortar Stores Can Outsell Online Retailers This Holiday Season

Even in the age of Amazon, it’s still possible for brick-and-mortar stores to compete with online retailers.  By: ALICIA CARTER, Content Marketing Manager, Veugeler Design Group With the right marketing game plan, businesses can increase foot traffic to their stores with online engagement and incentives, and then provide a personalized shopping experience that e-commerce sites

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Managing Stress Over the Holidays

By: LauraLebovitz, LMFT, GrowCounseling We all have a picture of how we want the holidays to be in our head…the flawless Thanksgiving spread, the perfect Christmas tree, the impeccable holiday party, and the best Hanukkah yet. In our rosy visions of holiday bliss, everyone always gets along and any stress we have been dealing with

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50 States by the Age of 50: a Golfer’s Mission Accomplished!

Many people dream of visiting all 50 United States in their lifetime, but Suwanee resident and avid golfer, Scott Freed, took it one step further with a personal life goal of golfing in every state by the age of 50. Scott has been golfing since high school, but it was about ten years ago when

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