Visiting St. Simons Island is like taking a deep breath of all that is good and wholesome about living by the sea.
Photo: Gene Page/AMC There aren't that many shows in the Reality TV Universe that have the ability to feel genuine and pull on the heartstrings to...
A Georgia inmate named Warren Hill, who came within forty minutes of a lethal injection in February, is in legal limbo this week. His case represents a "perfect storm" of the seemingly insurmountable problems that beset courts and state legislatures in applying the death penalty.
May 3rd marks World Press Freedom Day. While we pause to honor those journalists who have been killed or imprisoned, it is important to realize the growing role media play in global politics and the changes that are redefining what it means to be a journalist.
A group of Georgia high school students are making history by challenging the segregation of their high school prom. Thanks to their efforts and the s...
Have you ever considered the fact that your classroom setup was largely the same from when you first entered a classroom as a youngster all the way through college? That's the question at the heart of a new Indiegogo crowd-funding project that aims to modernize the classroom.
I continue to enjoy the nuances of navigating the language barrier, laughing with older Georgians as we share our languages' slang terms, as we engage in foolish but effective pantomimes, and as we correct one another on small specifics in each of our languages.
But cooking can actually be fun, especially if you have a master chef offering instructions. Plus, the best part of going to a cooking class? You don't have to do the cleanup!
Rarely has a member of Congress proclaimed our system broken and failed, let alone decry that worst of all, it has failed children.
How did Pearson, which claims to have checkpoints "built into the process to ensure consistent progress in achieving school improvement goals," attempt to establish the validity of the Atlanta school district's claims for off-the-charts improvement on test scores before taking credit for the results?
One school describes itself as "purposeful, passionate, spiritual, nurturing, and mentoring." These are not just empty words. The school is well meaning for straight kids. But nurturing should be extended to all students, including the gay and questioning children who surely number in the student body.
In April of 2008, one Georgia woman pushed an 825-pound wooden wagon 250 miles from Savannah to Atlanta, Georgia. Rachel E. Milano, who later became ...
The WBC is far from perfect, but it is also a lot of fun for many people and an opportunity to highlight one of baseball's biggest accomplishments in recent years.
Water is serious business. As populations and economies grow, and as we increasingly reach "peak water" limits to local water resources, I believe that the risks of conflicts will increase, even here in the United States.
The nation is watching: How much longer will Georgia's Board of Regents uphold a blatantly segregationist state law that has made the Peach State a national disgrace?
"Hip Hop!" "YOU KNOW!" This is a call and response led by Tony Jordan that brings youth from all over Savannah, and from all walks of life, toge...