All the Right Notes
Scott Lansburg finds purpose and fulfillment in shaping the next generation of guitarists, pianists and drummers at McKibben Music, a place where faith and tunes intersect. by Gabriel Stovall Scott
Leading the Dance for Inclusion
The Covington Regional Ballet strives to become a force for change using the language of dance to fully embrace inclusion and diversity in its dancers and dance forms. by Kari
‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’
Retired pharmacist Steve Aldridge found a second career as a ventriloquist and magician, using humor to better the world and bring joy to others one smile at a time. by
Greg and Lisa Cavender opened Hot Rod’s Diner in Social Circle a little more than seven years ago despite no experience in the restaurant business. Quality food, strong faith and
Pathway to Peace
Celebrate Recovery, in its 20th year of existence, continues to offer hope and life change for those suffering from addiction, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and a variety of other maladies often swept aside by society.
As the first female African American student at Oxford College of Emory University, Ann Slaughter saw the institution as a ‘multicultural academic oasis’ during a time when overt racism was more the norm than the exception.
Drew Parker moved to Nashville five years ago to pursue his dream of country music superstardom. He has since co-written a No. 1 song with Jake Owen, appeared at the Grand Ole Opry and performed alongside some of the industry’s biggest names, including Luke Combs—a man with whom he will tour in 2021.
Ramsey Furniture Company has seen much in its 100 years of existence, from the Roaring Twenties to The Great Depression. Through it all, it has served as an economic pillar for Newton County.
‘Don’t Waste a Crisis’
God oftentimes uses the darkness of fear and failure as windows of opportunity for growth.