Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life

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Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life — a remarkable exhibition that celebrates every note of every player in the symphony of life — is on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from February 1 through September 8, 2013.

Close your eyes and listen to the… melodies that begin each new day - rhythms that fill our cities and countryside sounds that lull us to sleep every night. Experience the sounds and songs of life and investigate the origins of music!

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How Much Automobile Insurance Should You Have?

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Learn about the importance of underinsured motorist insurance coverage from a personal injury lawyer in Macon at Powers Law Group.

 

Clients frequently ask me how much automobile insurance they should have? Having full coverage means different things to different people. Whether you chose to buy towing and rental car reimbursement should not be as important as having sufficient UM (underinsured motorist or med pay coverage). Having adequate...

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Artificial sweeteners: Understanding these and other sugar substitutes – MayoClinic.com

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Whether your goal is cutting calories or eating healthier, options for sugar substitutes abound. Understand their pros and cons to make an informed choice.

If you're trying to reduce the sugar and calories in your diet, you may be turning to artificial sweeteners or other sugar substitutes. You aren't alone. The popularity of artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes is on the rise as manufacturers and consumers seek lower calorie alternatives to regular white...

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Sweet Smile at Menchie’s in Warner Robins

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How could you ever say anything bad about a frozen yogurt shop that has a little smiley face ice cream cone as its mascot? If Macon’s current fro-yo shop and Hello Kitty had a baby, Menchie’s in Warner Robins would be it.

When we entered the tiny establishment, it was jam-packed...

You can create many mixtures of yogurt at Menchie’s in Warner Robins.

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Macon praised for its use of SeeClickFix

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Macon resident, Josh Rogers, walks his dog on Ross Street every morning. Two weeks ago he noticed a broken street lamp, so he decided to try the “See-Click-Fix” app on his phone. He stopped, took a picture, pressed a button, and continued his walk. ‘The next morning it was completely...

Macon, GA was rightfully praised for its responsiveness to citizen concerns in a recent story by local news station WMGT 41.The article offers some compelling examples of the cities quick reactions to citizen concerns:

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Rolling on the River in Macon

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This week, the Macon Civic Club will be presenting its 52nd annual musical revue, “Rolling on the River,” amid much excitement.

It will be a lot of singing and dancing and comedy, My wife, Anna, and I have been working on the theme for several months and we feel like the (Ocmulgee Heritage Trail) and the things going on downtown have been big improvements in Macon. We wanted to support the...

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The Dukes of Hazzard Georgia Reunion Classic Car Show & Music Festival

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Say Hee-Haw Middle Georgia! Hazzard County Comes to Middle Georgia Raceway in Byron, GA

 

The Dukes of Hazzard Georgia Reunion Classic Car Show and Music Festival will be a three-day event, March 8th – 10th at the Middle Georgia Raceway in Byron, GA. Scheduled to appear at a March 9 autograph session are John Schneider (Bo Duke); Tom Wopat (Luke Duke); Catherine Bach (Daisy...

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Dovetail Set to Open October 25 in Downtown Macon

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A new, upscale restaurant is about four weeks from opening in downtown Macon.

Read more here: http://www.macon.com/2012/09/28/2194108/downtown-macons-newest-eatery.html#storylink=rss#wgt=rsshp#storylink=cpy
Dovetail is set to open Oct. 25 on the second floor of 543 Cherry St. above the Rookery restaurant. “It’s really come together,” said Wes Griffith, who co-owns both restaurants with Chad Evans. “We’ve got the lights up, we’ve partially installed the bar and a lot of the custom woodwork...

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DIRTY GUV’NAHS | Cox Capitol Theatre

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“Youth may be in their blood, but tradition guides their instincts”, reveals M! Music and Musician’s Magazine. “The Dirty Guv’nahs are wise in the ways of rock n’ roll beyond their tender years”. The swell of grassroots momentum for this 6-piece rock n’ roll collective from Knoxville, TN is undeniable....

"Youth may be in their blood, but tradition guides their instincts"

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Grisamore in Cookbook for Charity

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Ed Grisamore of the Macon GA Telegraph is featured in a new cookbook being sold to support programs of the Rebuilding Macon organization. Some of Macon’s most gifted chefs and cooks have generously contributed their recipes for this beautiful, full-color cookbook.

The cookbook sells for $25 and proceeds will go to help build wheelchair ramps, replace roofs and paint homes in Macon and surrounding areas.

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