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2009 

The Marietta City Council has approved pedicabs, or three-wheeled passenger bikes, that will allow visitors to see Marietta's beautiful neighborhoods and check out the city's businesses, museums and restaurants. A type of bicycle, pedicabs have three wheels, a seat in the front for the driver and...
11/22/2009
What 60,000 already know was announced on the "Today Show" last month. The "Today Show" in New York October 6 called Marietta one of the top 4 places in America for house hunting to get the most bang for your buck. They also mentioned the city's Gone With the Wind Museum and called it the pride o...
11/19/2009
The green movement has made us conscious of the enormous amount of waste that individuals produce.  As the holiday season approaches, we must be aware of the additional waste that our traditions generate.  An estimated 2.6 billion holiday cards are sold each year in the United States , enough to ...
11/17/2009
Once again Marietta, Georgia will honor its history and provide a weekend of entertainment around the historic Marietta Square. Frankly my dear, the re-premiere of "Gone With the Wind" this weekend at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre will be the talk of Marietta, and possibly the nation. Warner Home...
11/13/2009
Don't let last minute holiday shopping stress you out this year.  Spend a relaxing evening on Marietta Square this Friday, November 13th.  Get into the spirit by enjoying a sneak preview of holiday merchandise from local shopkeepers. Christmas is seven weeks away, but it's never too early to get ...
11/12/2009
Once again, Kennesaw, Georgia will pay homage to its Southern heritage, and will make it fun! The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in Kennesaw will play host to its fourth "Through The Ages: A Living History and Military Timeline" event Saturday and Sunday in Swift-Cantrell Park....
11/09/2009
Finally, after years of illnesses and lawsuits attributed to building insulation, demand has forced the industry to develop natural, renewable and non-toxic products. Wool, denim, hemp and flax might not be the first materials you associate with home insulation, but these products are making thei...
11/05/2009
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