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Andy Velo

Where are they now?

Catching up with some of our favorite people (and a horse!) who have graced the cover of Suwanee Magazine over the years. By: Lizzy Kidney, Angela Veugeler and Alicia Carter It’s hard to believe that we’re celebrating 10 years with this issue. Suwanee Magazine made its debut with the November/December issue in 2010 with Kyle

Savor

What’s Brewing: Indio Brewing

Jonathan Martinez brings the craft beer scene to Sugar Hill’s SHINE District By: Lizzy James | Photos by Karl Lamb Jonathan Martinez has officially made his dreams of opening a brewery a reality. Marking himself as the first Hispanic to open a brewery in Georgia, Martinez is not only breaking down barriers but also pushing

Grow

Investment Strategies with Aileron

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, AILERON INVESTMENT ADVISORS Q: What are negative interest rates and how could they affect my investment funds? A: Incredibly, there are over 14 trillion dollars of negative interest rate government bonds held by investors around the world today.1 That means instead of receiving interest payments as an inducement to purchase

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Raising Hope

Hope Fashion Show continues the fight for a cure for cancer Perseverance could perhaps be the key when it comes to finding a cure for cancer. Through that perseverance, many great strides have already been made, but the search for a cure continues and that takes, among other things, money and awareness. Suwanee resident Susan Canoll

Tamika Tanner: Suwanee’s sweet tooth

By: Tana Christian Suggs [email protected] Suwanee resident Tamika Tanner and owner of Gimme Some Suga Bakery Bar in Town Center is one busy lady. Not only is she working to bring sweet tasting bakery treats to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth, but she is also an actress, a mother and busy planning her June wedding. While visiting

Ruckus the Therapy Dog

Ronald Perry, MD pokes his head out of one of the exam rooms and lets out a whistle. “Ruckus,” he yells while a 4-year-old boy is resisting an exam. Perry’s secret weapon is on his way from the office. Ruckus, a long-haired, brown field spaniel who meets and greets the young patient with a wagging

Empower Your Vision

Suwanee Vision Center offers the latest in cutting-edge eyewear Do you need multiple pairs of glasses just to get through your normal daily activities? The days of switching glasses several times in a day could become a thing of the past thanks to the latest technology and the newest product in exotic eyewear, and Suwanee

2012 Financial Fitness

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, Aileron Investment Advisors Now that the new year is here, many of us will commit to a physical fitness program as a New Year’s resolution. If we stay committed for the entire year, we will be healthier and as a result, happier. There is a definite connection between good health and

Discover Your Inner Artist

By: Tana Christian Suggs [email protected] Looking to do something creative? Perhaps 2012 is a good time to bring out the inner artist in you. Wonder Colors Art Studio opened in Suwanee January 2010 and offers a variety of classes, programs and events for all ages. William Parker and Mary Wall, owners of the art studio, said

Suwanee Business Alliance, Every Business Fits

By: Ed Szczesniak and Barry Calano OK… so when I learned the next issue of Suwanee Magazine would be dedicated to “Fitness,” I began thinking of how I could tie the Suwanee Business Alliance in with the focus. That’s when I realized the best thing about the SBA is that everybody and every business “Fits.” (How’s that

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Currently Loving

Snapshots of the food, shops, events and more we’re loving around town. Family-Friendly Holiday Evening I’m looking forward to taking my kiddos to Suwanee’s annual Holly Jolly Day. Town Center is the perfect backdrop for a festive holiday evening, and my kids will love the crafts, s’mores and the annual lighting of the tree, not

Thrive

Teaching Children the Importance of Giving During the Holidays

The holiday season is a perfect time of year for all of us to take a step back and reflect on everything we have to be grateful for. We are so fortunate to have our health, loving family and friends around us, and a place and community to call home. It can bring such great

The Buzz

Leaving its Marc

Château Élan’s Southern-inspired bar and chophouse, Marc Bar & Restaurant, gets a revamp By: Natalie Stubbs | Photos by Chateau Elan Beautifully nestled on 3,500 acres in Braselton, Georgia, lies one of metro Atlanta’s most treasured destinations, Château Élan Winery & Resort. Open to the public since 1985, Château Élan has been pleasing the palates

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