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Ask Henry

Ask Henry

Q: Henry, My Yorkshire Terrier “Humphrey” drags his bottom on the carpet. Does he have worms? – Janet W., Suwanee A: When a dog drags his hind quarters along the ground, he usually is trying to empty his anal glands. Dogs are in the same Canidae family as skunks and have similar glands that can get

Suwanee Magazine Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide- 14 Local Places to Shop

Our exclusive Holiday Gift Guide will make your holiday shopping a breeze! Whether you are searching for a gift for your parents, friends, teachers, furry friends or yourself there are plenty of unique options you won’t find anywhere but here. Shop on… The holidays can be an especially stressful and busy time! Local businesses are

Bring On The Winter Beers

By: Michael Lundmark Owner, Jekyll Brewing Brews hitting the shelves and taps around this time of year include stouts, barleywines, and winter warmers. Cold-weather styles also mean higher alcohol by volume (ABV), so sip with care… ➼ Stouts are jet black, roasty, malty, and usually have a pronounced roasted character. You would not be alone

Lawrenceville, Georgia book author writes children's book called Frank the Chair

‘Frank the Chair’ Honors Local Author’s Mother

An exciting new children’s book, Frank the Chair Visits Kansas, was released on October 1st and promises to be a wonderful treat for both young and old. The book was released by the creative author team of Aaron and Jessica Freeman of Lawrenceville and illustrated by the talented Lindsay Ryden. While Frank the Chair has

Gwinnett Beer Fest donates to The Chris Singleton Foundation

The Gwinnett Beer Fest Donates to The Chris Singleton Foundation

September 26th marked the first Annual Gwinnett Beer Fest at Coolray Field, and also created an opportunity for the event organizers to “give back.” The event, staffed largely by volunteers, donated a portion of proceeds from the first year event to a local nonprofit organization, The Chris Singleton Foundation. Former Major League Baseball player, Chris

students write letters to soldiers abroad

Students Write Letters of Gratitude to Soldiers

Greater Atlanta Christian School partnered with The Bert Show in a letter-writing campaign October 26-30 for U.S. soldiers stationed abroad. GAC students wrote letters of gratitude so soldiers will be flooded with letters from home during Thanksgiving holidays. Letters were delivered to The Bert Show on October 30. This event is sponsored by GAC’s Office of

O'Brien Family receives proclamation from Gov. Deal

O’Brien Family Receives Proclamation from Governor Deal

Kevin and Donna O’Brien of Suwanee received one of three signed proclamations from Governor Nathan Deal, officially stating September as Childhood Cancer Month in the State of Georgia. The O’Brien’s tragically lost their oldest son, Cooper O’Brien, to Clear Cell Sarcoma Cancer last year and were instrumental in advocating for ‘Senate Resolution 492’ – a

Gwinnett Gladiators now Atlanta Gladiators

Gwinnett Gladiators Change Franchise Name

The Gwinnett Gladiators officially changed their franchise name to the Atlanta Gladiators, just in time for the 2015-2016 season. “We are very excited to announce that our name will transform to the Atlanta Gladiators with the 2015-2016 season,” said Joe Gelderman, Atlanta Gladiators General Manager and Vice President of Business Operations. “We already consider ourselves

Poetry Palooza North Gwinnett High School

Poetry Palooza!

Vision of two North Gwinnett High School teachers comes to fruition as a poem comes to life By: Debi West, Ed.S, NBCT North Gwinnett High School – Visual Art Department Chair/NAHS Co-Sponsor To celebrate National Arts in Education Week, Debi West, a visual art teacher and Natalie Powell, a language art teacher collaborated on bringing

thanksgiving wine pairing tips

Thanksgiving Wines

By: Karl Furem, Wine Manager Beverage Superstore Suwanee Thanksgiving is almost here. Time for family and friends to gather, watch football, drink and of course eat! But now comes the question: what wines to serve with the feast? My family has made me responsible for selecting our Thanksgiving wine for the last 15 years or so.

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