Going to the Chapel

Going to the Chapel

As Don Leonard was busy at work styling a client’s hair last Friday morning, he didn’t immediately notice a text he had received from his partner, Eric Murphey, just shortly after 10:20 a.m. When Leonard finally got a moment to check his phone, he immediately began sobbing. “I looked down at my phone and read […]

Zack Freeof’s Very Public Facebook Posts

Zack Freeof’s Very Public Facebook Posts

Let’s face it, young people do some extremely stupid stuff on social media. Most people will remember a few years back when a Taco Bell employee was pictured licking a stack of taco shells standing in the middle of the kitchen dressed in his full uniform. The photo immediately went viral and even though the […]

Who is running for the Georgia statehouse?

Who is running for the Georgia statehouse?

Now that State Rep. Ben Harbin, R-Evans, has announced that he will resign from his seat next week to take a job with a national lobbying firm, all eyes are on who will jump into the race. One name that has already popped up is newly elected Columbia County Commissioner Mack Taylor. Why after less […]

This Week’s Whine Line

This Week’s Whine Line

sorry old (er) ladies. it was cool to discover spinning when you turned 45. that does not mean you should post pictures of yourself in a bikini on the webs. no. Now that so-called president signed a bill allowing same sex marriage’s (I knew he was a fagot), I wonder if Michelle, had a sex […]

GSU president sole GRU finalist

GSU president sole GRU finalist

Board of Regents Chair Neil Pruitt and University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby have announced a sole finalist for the Georgia Regents University (GRU) presidency, Dr. Brooks Keel. Keel is currently the president of Georgia Southern University (GSU) in Statesboro. He began as the 12th president of GSU in January 2010. “It’s an honor […]

Food Stuff

Food Stuff

Saying goodbye to June will be easy enough — the temps have been brutal across the southeast, eased only by a day by the water and something frozen, like a Frappuccino, or an ice cream, or an ice pop. Perhaps a margarita? In fact, and unsurprisingly, June is the month when the highest volume of […]