Author: Renee King

I was a little bummed to learn that one of the best deals ever will soon meet its end.  The Lifetime Senior Pass available from the National Parks Service is scheduled to increase from $10.00 to $80.00 sometime this year (2017).  I don't meet the age requirement yet, but I was looking forward to it because of the wonderful time...

There's something to be said for knowing who you are and where you come from.  There's clarity when you have evidence, documented or anecdotal, of which ancestor first arrived on these shores.  There's closure when you can pinpoint the village that your forebear(s) left in their quest to seek a greater fortune or better life.  That is the story of...

"Information overload. Overworked, underpaid. All news seem to be bad news. Kindness is on the endangered species list." When it comes to simply living life, it's a stressful and complicated endeavor. If you manage to make it through the day without hearing of some tragedy, you're already ahead of the curve. Let's face it. Times are tough and it's not easy...

I was searching for a unique place to take my daughter, Carisa for her birthday this past weekend.  As luck would have it, I learned about a restaurant that was located in the Cobb County International Airport at McCollum Field.  Okay, that sounded compelling enough for me to want to check it out. Of course, I didn't tell her where we...

I love art in all of its forms, but nothing is purer than the bold expression of street murals and graffiti renditions.  I can't say when I became interested in this type of art.  I think it may have something to do with the fact that it's considered taboo and even criminal in most parts and simply appealed to the rebel in...