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Introducing Adeana Berry, A Savvy Artist with An Eye for Color and a Heart for Social Justice

Adeana (pronounced Uhdeanuh) has always loved creating art.  “All my life- I’ve had to draw, or paint.” Berry proudly states, expressing her love for art. “I’ve been creating art for as long as I can remember. I knew that I was an artist ... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

IT’S PEACHY! Let’s Spice It Up!

It’s time to get out of your culinary comfort zone. We get it, your meat lasagna is other worldly and your pecan pie is legendary. But when was the last time you put a twist on a meal? Made something daring, unfamiliar, or even exotic?   &n... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

Southern Regional Medical Center is Celebrating 50 Years of Service

Like many organizations in South Atlanta, if we look at the accomplishments of the past history of Southern Regional Medical Center (SRMC), we have much to be grateful for and much to look forward to for our community hospital.    Now ... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

Be Ready So You Don’t Have to Get Ready

 As a registered nurse, Tracee Coleman has seen more than her fair share of Coronavirus related fatalities. Her tales and experiences have been made up of life, career and financial lessons we can all learn from as people and members of a commun... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

Returning to the Classroom, the Clayton County Public Schools’ Way

After more than a full year of virtual learning, Clayton County Public Schools’ (CCPS) students have returned to the classroom on a hybrid (face-to-face and at-home virtual learning) approach for Pre-K through 5th-grade students and self-contai... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

Terrell Dinkins is Inspiring Women to Invest In Themselves, One Bucket at a Time

With the belief that we all have a divine purpose, Terrell Dinkins knows that if you do what you love, your purpose will find you. The Atlanta native who grew up in Decatur, Ga.,owns and operates her financial planning business, OBN Wealth Adviso... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

More than Makeup, A Profile on South Atlanta’s Top Makeup Artist

Spiritually, for some, makeup is a cover-up, which means that makeup covers the deep emotional pain that women sometimes feel. We as women are constantly pushing through, often ignoring how we feel, always putting other’s needs before our own”, ... [Read More]
April 15, 2021

The Weight of the Crown that I Wear

The night before I chopped off my hair, I got nervous.This decision felt bigger than me, given all the weight that Black women’s hair carries. But after three months of wearing hats and scarves in a pandemic when trips to the hairdresser felt ... [Read More]
January 3, 2021

Valencia Williamson is Connecting and Moving Business Forward

“Regardless of what you put into the Chamber of Commerce, you’re going to get something out of it,” affirms the newest president and CEO of Clayton Chamber of Commerce, Valencia Williamson. “Being a part of a large voice of individuals or ... [Read More]
January 3, 2021