Author: Teri

Morning Reads for Tuesday, April 16

How laser technology may be able to assist in rebuilding Notre Dame. “The burning of a great stone book.” Compelling evidence in the case against the alleged church arsonist in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. Near Skidaway, introducing Freedom Creek! When the Army’s Cyber Command moves to Ft. Gordon next year, it may have a new

Morning Reads for Tuesday, April 9

Good morning! Rain, rain, make the pollen go away, because allergy season in Georgia is starting earlier than ever (cough**CLIMATECHANGE**cough). Macon’s legendary Capricorn Studios will reopen with support from Mercer University. Abrams, Tomlinson – and whether they’ll run for the Senate in 2020. Speaking of climate change, increasing tidal floods mean that US 80 needs

Morning Reads for Sine Die 2019!

Good morning! This may well be the longest day of the year for #gapol watchers. It’s sure to be a doozy! Sine Die is tricky (it’s tricky tricky tricky…) “Stop The Bleed” should be part of our rescue vernacular. I love The Strategist column, and now you can, too, now that you have this list

Morning Reads for Tuesday, May 26

Good morning! There is one actual week – which means four working days – left in the 2019 legislative session. The final book in Don Winslow’s Cartel trilogy is out, and even George Will thinks you should read it. The Fire Ant Festival is an economic boon for Ashburn. I’ve said it before, and I’ll

Morning Reads for Tuesday, 3/12

Crossover day fails: gambling, guns, and taxes (dad, get me out of this)! Floyd County officials visited D.C. to lobby for runway funds. The latest on the tornado recovery efforts in Georgia. Thanks to Florida, and also lousy pet owners, south Georgia has a new invasive lizard species. Once again, Georgia State is the #1

Morning Reads for Tuesday, March 5

It’s Tuesday in most of the world, but today is Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Here are 15 suggestions for how to celebrate in Metro Atlanta (but really all you need is to have the right attitude and the soundtrack from the link above). Meanwhile, it’s Women’s History Month. Learn more about famous Georgia women.

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 26

Good morning! Onward and upward, am I right? I can gladly go on with my life never having to again hear about world leaders stroking each other. UGA is selling the school’s Costa Rica campus. Go Jackets! Sting ‘em! In the Merc! No need to wait for if you missed it the last go-round: Hamilton

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 12

This month is almost half done. Childish Gambino and President Carter both won Grammy awards on Sunday night (it was the second one for President Carter). Atlanta’s Holy Spirit Prep basketball phenomenon and number 1 prospect Anthony Edwards is going to UGA. Savannah Children’s Hospital is one very tangible step closer to becoming a reality.

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 5

Good morning. Again: New Orleans will never get over it. (Nor should they.) Stacey Abrams, who is about as unflappable a politician as ever lived, will deliver the rebuttal to Trump’s SOTU address tonight. Here are the top 10 public and private schools in Georgia. Chatham County split with Savannah – and crime in that

About That Cobb Delegation Meeting Yesterday

In suburban Atlanta, one of the big stories that came out of the 2018 election cycle was the transition of the legislative delegations from three metro counties – Cobb, Fulton, and Gwinnett – from a Republican to a Democrat majority. In preparation for this Session’s first meeting of the Cobb legislative delegation yesterday, House and