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The 1996 Olympics was not the first time the city of Atlanta invited the world to its doorstep. In 1895, the city hosted the Cotton States and International Exposition which was designed to promote the region and showcase innovations in agriculture and technology as well as products, accompl…

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Coming off of a double shift workday at 11 p.m., I was looking forward to my 30-minute motorcycle ride home in the late night air. In those days of my youth I could pull a double shift and still be ready for work the next morning — and I could ride a motorcycle!

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Can you name a song with a color in its title? How many can you name without researching it? I managed 36 song titles, and certainly there are many more that could be found. It surprised me recently to read that there are approximately 10 million colors that the human eye can distinguish!

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Through the course of my research regarding the resort era of Salt Springs/Lithia Springs from the mid-1880s to 1912, I've run across many interesting stories, some have proven true and some have not. I've also been introduced to a great cast of characters who made the wondrous Bowden Lithia…

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Have you ever wondered why it's called "March Madness?" It is one of a few nicknames for the NCAA College Basketball Tournament that determines a national champion for the season. The event features 63 games over the course of two weeks.