June 14, 2012 RSS feed / Opinions

Book Review

Willie Mays: The Life, the Legend

Willie Mays, one of baseball’s great figures, is a private person. He disliked interviews and making speeches. What he liked was playing baseball. More...

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Planning your farm’s future

Estate Planing Basics

For many families the farm is the family heritage. The transfer of the farming enterprise from one generation to the next or from one owner to the next can be complicated, time consuming, and emotional. More...

Lake Lanier is home to transplanted fisherman Henry Cowen

GAINESVILLE – On Highway 53, the road to Dawsonville, only a half dozen miles north of the chicken capital of the world is a place called Harbour Point. More...

ALL ABOUT BOOKS – FINE, RARE, & COLLECTIBLE

Rare children’s books are good investments

PART III  We conclude a 3-column series today on collecting children’s literature (juvenilia), “for pleasure and profit.”  Our focus will be on five authors and/ or illustrators: Maurice Sendak, H.A. More...