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The spring break crowds have abated, and summer vacationers are beginning to arrive. We hear a lot (from residents and visitors alike) about how things have changed, and that “it’s just not the same anymore.” That’s correct.

You know you’ve become a southern gardener if, when traveling to Colorado in mid-April, you get in the car to drive away from the Denver airpo…

Writer’s Note: Thanks to the readers who caught the error in the last Blooming Issues article on hummingbirds. The correct feeding solution is…

If you can’t find a reason to celebrate this week, you’re not looking hard enough. We’ll start off with Cinco de Mayo. A minor celebration in …

Coastal Georgia has stunning scenery and a lot of that beauty is because of our rivers. To me there’s nothing more enchanting than the rivers …

Just last week, I heard the familiar sound of the vibrating feathers of a favorite garden visitor, the ruby-throated hummingbird. This small b…

No, it isn’t Lucy Ricardo, although I’m a fan. This Lucy is someone just as engaging, but in a different way. Lucy Foley is an English author …

“Anne Tyler has no peer. Her books just keep getting better and better.”

Many restaurants, and their resident bartenders, spend countless hours developing cocktails – libations that will be unique to their establish…

Liquid gold … the phrase presents itself as representing something valuable. It is defined by Collins English Dictionary as a suspension of fi…

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