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Healthy Eats in Milledgeville

Here in the South, we’re known for good food. Soul food. We’re generous with butter and carbs for our homemade biscuits and gravy, fried chicken, and peach cobbler. 448 more words


Flannery & Me

Of course, I was at Flannery O’Connor’s funeral—or so my mother assured me. Not that I remember, since I was just turning six at the time, but in a small town like Milledgeville with only one Catholic church, we all knew each other. 454 more words


Considering My Own Racism: My College Years

I don’t remember very much having to do with race during my college time, and those few memories are from my freshman and sophomore years. 1,054 more words


Lake Country's Fall Festivals

Fall is right around the corner, and there’s no better way to celebrate the turning of season than with a festival. This year, Milledgeville and the neighboring towns among Georgia’s Lake Country will be hosting a wide range of fun, food and entertainment-filled festivals. 694 more words


The Sandwiches of West Hancock Street...Continued!

Last month, we revealed our favorite sandwiches served along West Hancock Street – BUT, we only visited one side. NOW, join us on our venture to the other side of West Hancock to explore the tasty sandwiches they have to offer. 445 more words


Beeswax & Dust

Scientists tell us that the most powerful trigger of memory is the sense of smell. When I catch a hint of a certain aroma, it transports me back to my childhood at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Milledgeville. 689 more words


Georgia College’s Natural History Museum - Have You Been?

Milledgeville is known for its rich history involving Antebellum times, the Civil War, and the establishment of Georgia’s largest lunatic asylum. What people may not be aware of, however, is the scientific history that occurred throughout the land which we now call “the First Lady of Georgia.” If you love animals, plants and dinosaurs, head on down to the  677 more words