As a confirmed early-to-bed, early-to-rise type, I’ve never watched much late-night television. But over the years, I’ve seen enough to be impressed with David Letterman’s openness to new musical talents and genres and his willingness to give them a national stage on which to play. Show More Summary
Video - a rockin little ditty. JOIN US ON MONDAY, MAY 25 AS WE HONOR THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO GAVE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE FOR THEIR COUNTRY. Brook Run Park 4770 North Peachtree Road Dunwoody, Georgia 10:00 am - 11:00 am Veterans Memorial Seating is limited. Show More Summary
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So what caused Tuesday’s deadly Amtrak derailment? Some anti-gay zealots are suggesting engineer Brandon Bostian’s sexuality may have played a role. Today on her radio program, American Family Association governmental affairs director Sandy Rios also mentioned the engineer’s sexual orientation, saying it was…
Video Actual Photo of Bear taken by Dunwoody Resident Oh My !!
I was doing research on another topic the other night and stumbled across a striking passage in “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave,” an autobiography published by Douglass in 1845 and recalling his timesShow More Summary
Highbeams - Professional Working Musicians 5.7.15 @ Brook Run Park 5:00 PM till Dark Sponsor: The Dunwoody Crier http://www.thecrier.net/ Musical Guest: Highbeams http://www.highbeamsmusic.com/ Adult beverages: Moondog Growler https://www.facebook.com/MoondogGrowlers...Show More Summary
Video The picture above may not show it but Representative Harry Geisinger was a really nice guy whom I had the pleasure of chatting with several times. In 1971 he introduced the first bill for the creation of the City of Dunwoody and I am told that several years later in 1974 he introduced youth soccer as a sport in Georgia. Show More Summary
I have two children in elementary school, and like so many parents in Georgia, I arranged months ago for them to spend several weeks this summer at different day camps. For many working parents, camp is an essential component of theShow More Summary
Designed to coincide with the launch of the new Zac Brown Band album comes a collection of men’s jewelry with a special link to Atlanta. The collaboration, with men’s jewelry brand, William Henry features a...
In Las Vegas Tuesday, Hillary Clinton moved to cement her standing among Latino-American voters by pledging to fight for “a path to full and equal citizenship.” And if Congress refuses to act, “as president, I...
Trust no one who says the Floyd/Manny fight was boring or no good. “Coast to Coast” by Elliot Smith The effects of Georgia’s probation system are horrendous and thankfully, in the process of being reformed. Guess which city is the second-most...Show More Summary
Video Theater dominates town hall by the Dunwoody Crier
Nitro Circus started as a DVD series filmed in the Maryland backyard of founder, ringleader and world-class athlete Travis Pastrana. From there it went to MTV and since then has become Nitro Circus Live, a...
National Did politics play a role in Baltimore PD charges? Carson, Huckabee,Fiorina set to announce this week FEC is ‘dysfunctional’ Boehner: Obama needs Hillary on trade agreement Is White Pride Radio racist or just family friendly?...Show More Summary
“When the night has come And the land is dark And the moon is the only light we’ll see No, I won’t be afraid Oh, I won’t be afraid Just as long as you stand, stand by me ….” Night has fallen for the great Ben. E. King, who died earlier today at the age of 76.
As you prepare for your drive home this gorgeous May Friday, consider the Georgia license plate, of which you will likely see as many versions as there are minutes in your commute. A trip in the Peach Pundit Wayback Machine offers a stroll down Georgia’s license plate memory lane. Show More Summary
Video Today’s NFL Draft will be taking place at the Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University, a place that is very special to my family and me. My father started as a young apprentice painter at Roosevelt University in the early 1960’s...Show More Summary
Did you catch Don Lemon's one-sided interview with the governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore on CNN the other night? Or how about Wolf Blitzer decrying the lack of police as a CVS pharmacy in Baltimore got looted? It seems the...Show More Summary
If there’s any silver lining to the recent razing of Sandy Springs’ Glenridge Hall, it’s the burst of attention to other endangered mansions in a region known for destroying its historic landmarks. One such historic home is the boarded-up Briarcliff Mansion at Emory University.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]