Taking the Fear out of Police Authority for Children

You don’t have to be a Riverdale resident to feel the residual effects of losing a leader like Major Gregory E. Barney, who was killed February 11, 2016 in the line of duty. His presence was also felt–and missed–throughout Riverdale ... [Read More]

Todd Briske: Wired about Art and Life

Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur or just someone who loves unique handmade jewelry, you have probably seen some version of Todd Briske’s work displayed in department stores, art galleries, and/or homes without ever realizing that its ... [Read More]

Creating Healthy Collaborations

It started with a huge inviting hug . . . a strong and welcoming gesture that placed my mind at ease as I interviewed a student from the Clayton County System of Care organization (CCSC). My anxiety was at an all-time high, as I waited at the helm ... [Read More]

A Long Time Coming for Lone Cat Fuller

In the crowded, smoky bar I was sitting next to what I considered to be a real old guy, probably at least 40 years of age, who had a fake diamond stud earring and a walking stick at his side. When the group performed a song called “San ... [Read More]

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]