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A Modern Love Story

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A MODERN LOVE STORY Nearly 50 years ago a love story began between two teenagers at Baker High School. The military took the two Army Brats, Val Webb And Sherry Jackson, around the world and brought them together at Fort Benning, Georgia, where their fathers were stationed as Colonels. Val was an honor student, Sherry was Student Council Secretary; Val was the captain of the wrestling team...

Wheelhaus Provisions – Doing things differently

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There’s just something about a passionate lady entrepreneur in love with her business that really gets my blood pumping. Christa Cotton, the creator, curator, and genius behind Wheelhaus Provisions, is one such driven, ambitious woman on-the-move. With her business’ unique concept, she is changing the way people think about food, from what’s on the label to how they get it home, and she’s doing...

BBQ Review: Pepper’s Barbeque & Catering

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Written by Christopher Binns I went in for lunch around noon on January 20, 2017 (Inauguration Day).   There is never a long line, and this establishment has one of the most unique dining areas of any BBQ restaurant in the area.  A large main room in the front is the only dining area.   It’s conveniently located near the intersection of Miller Rd & Warm Springs Rd, for anyone traveling from...

BBQ Review: Country’s Barbecue

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Written by Christopher Binns I went to Country’s Barbecue, on Veterans Parkway in Columbus, Georgia, November 16, 2016, and scored them 1-10 on the categories listed further below.    The parking lot was practically full, as it is every night of the week.  This is the only locally owned and operated BBQ restaurant in the Columbus area that is open on Sundays, serves alcohol, and has a...

Breaking the Third Dimension with Artist Najee Dorsey

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Written by Brad Barnes with The Dew Abides   Najee Dorsey has enjoyed a successful career as a mixed media artist whose works are deeply rooted in African-American Southern culture. Recently, his art entered a new period, one that incorporates found materials into clay sculpture. Though Najee began sculpting in the early 1990s, assemblage became his focal point in December 2015, and he has...

Betsy Eby: Leading a Poetic Life

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Written by Brenda Stevens & published in Columbus Arts Magazine My first encounter with Betsy Eby’s captivating encaustic paintings was at the Columbus Museum in 2013. I just stood there, mesmerized; I’d never seen anything like them. So, I’m very happy to have the opportunity to meet her and talk to her about her work and her life. Betsy, I know you spend part of your life each...

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