Sports & Recreation

Bathed in Red and Black

Sanford Stadium, a 93,000-seat shrine to college football in the south, rests at the epicenter of University of Georgia fandom. Though the man whose name it bears was born in

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Living

Diary of a Stuntman

Pratfalls, fistfights and explosions are all in a day’s work for Mike Fleetwood, whose credits include everything from television shows like ‘MacGyver’ and ‘Burn Notice’ to major feature films like

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Health & Wellness

Too Fit to Quit

Nicole Duncan’s competitive drive and expertise has taken her all over the world, but she felt a need to return to her hometown to make a difference in the lives

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Arts, Education & Innovation

In Pursuit of the Common Good

An assistant professor of English at Oxford College, Sarah Higinbotham continues to work with state prisons to provide incarcerated men and women access to higher education. by Michelle Floyd Teaching

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Musical Genius

Influenced by the Isley Brothers, Janet Jackson and various other artists, Chadrick Thomas picked up the violin at the age of 9 and has drawn the bow across the strings

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Health & Wellness

Special Delivery

Midwife Debbie Fulmer has made hundreds of natural, dignified births possible for clients across the entire socio-economic spectrum, from blue-collar workers to white-collar professionals. by Kari Apted Debbie Fulmer has

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Sports & Recreation

Diamond King

Tim Hyers has traveled an unlikely path, from second-round draft pick out of Newton High School to hitting coach for the World Series champion Boston Red Sox. by Brian Knapp

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Bridging the Gap

Amanda Bonilla stays busy breaking down barriers between the Arts Association in Newton County and the Spanish-speaking community. by Michelle Floyd Having grown up as a dancer in the Spanish-speaking

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