Music is Medicine for Camille Johnson

Camille Johnson, a cello player in the Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts orchestra, takes this information to a whole other level. From the oldies until now she is influenced by all types of music, and seeing others her age working to do ... [Read More]

A Road Forged By V-103’s DJ Sturgess

Gritty persistence are just two words that begin to explain the road forged to success by Clayton County’s own Darren Sturgess, Jr. (DJ). The story starts with an eleven-year-old boy whose father and primary caregiver was sent to prison. DJ was ... [Read More]

Fashion Tips For the New Season

1. Neutral Colors Neutral соlоrѕ are surely going to be in high demand while offering trendy looks for those who love wеаring pastels. When worn with metallic ассеѕѕоriеѕ, thеѕе light соlоrѕ will рrоvе to be styli... [Read More]

Heritage of Hate; How the Confederate Flag Divides Us

As a youngster, I was told heroic exploits of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson as they outwitted the dumb Yankees who had the gall to invade our fair country. In my family, the events of 1860 to 1865 w... [Read More]