Living

Our Own Slice of Americana

Henderson’s Restaurant shuttered its doors in 2017 after lifting the spirits of its loyal customers for more than half a century. Gone but not forgotten, it lives on in the

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Arts, Education & Innovation

An Unbreakable Will

Chip Madren won his battle with Stage 4 brain cancer as a teenager, and despite the lifelong effects of the disease, the 24-year-old channels his passion for the outdoors into

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Living

All Strings Attached

Out of Wayne Kitchens’ longstanding adoration for the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers sprang the idea to preserve some of its rich history by creating a one-of-a-kind instrument

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Living

Servant’s Heart

Loy Summers’ tireless work with the Covington Garden Club spans 14 presidencies, from Harry Truman to Joe Biden. The legacy of beautification she began back in 1952 will echo into

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Living

Financial Planning for Newlyweds

Combining finances with another individual can be difficult, so planning and communication are essential, both before and after the “big day.” Knowing the specifics of each spouse’s financial situation is

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Art Speaks

Art is a vital part of our lives. It helps children develop their motor skills, social skills, decision-making, risk-taking and inventiveness. Art also allows us to see new perspectives on

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Meet Your Neighbor

Robert A. Smith

Where do you work?I am a busboy and wash dishes at Stalvey’s in Covington. Where did you grow up? I was born in Brooklyn, Indiana, but I have lived in and

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Living

A Cut Above

Lewis Mason was more than a barber. He was a genuine article, a one-of-a-kind character, an ordinary man of extraordinary quality who made the world a more enjoyable place for

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