The Hudgens Welcomes Acclaimed Ceramic Artist Kevin Snipes
Nationally known ceramics artist Kevin Snipes will present an Artist Talk and Slide Show at the Hudgens Center on June 9th. Snipes will discuss his construction methods and his use of surface techniques, including mishima, sgraffito and underglaze decoration to produce intricate, layered surfaces. Discussions on formal design, historical... Read more
ARTRAGEOUS Interactive Coming to Infinite Energy Theater
Infinite Energy Theater welcomes Artrageous on Tuesday, October 10th for two performances at 10:30AM and 7PM. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 19th at 12PM. To purchase tickets please visit, the box office or call 770-626-2464. IMAGINE an artist creating a masterpiece before your eyes in mere moments.... Read more
Peachtree Corners Now Home to Newest Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant
Buffalo Wild Wings, the restaurant chain known for its wide choices of wings and beer offerings, has opened its newest location in the metro area in Gwinnett's largest city, Peachtree Corners. The restaurant bills itself as "the ultimate place to get together with friends to watch sports, drink beer... Read more
Meadowcreek High School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Meadowcreek High School is thrilled to announce its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to recognize the new 3rd Floor Makerspace. This event is the culmination of turning a vision into reality and we are thankful the day has finally arrived to unveil the official opening of our Makerspace, an area which... Read more
May Ends with a Bang Thanks to Memorial Day at Lanier Islands
Representing the last weekend in May and the unofficial start to Summer (which doesn't OFFICIALLY begin until the summer solstice on June 21), Memorial Day Weekend at Lanier Islands is a popular tradition for countless Atlanta families. This year will prove no different thanks to the allure of a... Read more
Local Students Excel in Gwinnett Chamber Shark Tank
Two area students nearly took home the top prize in the Gwinnett Chamber Shark Tank Tuesday. Emma Hearn and Morgan Hongkham, both of Brookwood High School, placed second and third respectively in the countywide competition that rewards students for their entrepreneurial prowess. Hearn pitched her photography business, These Moments... Read more
Gwinnett Student Wins Prestigious Cooke Scholarship
Gwinnett Technical College engineering technology student Michael Bradford has been awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship to complete a bachelor's and graduate degree at a college of his choice. Two years ago, at age 36, Michael Bradford hit a wall professionally. He could no longer advance... Read more
Book Mobile Rolls into Gwinnett
An exciting new literacy-initiative-on-wheels rolled into Gwinnett on Saturday, May 13, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Book Mobile, held at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at the Mall of Georgia. The ribbon-cutting was part of a fun-filled weekend at the Barnes & Noble... Read more
CID, Libraries Deliver Books to Meadowcreek
On Monday, May 8, representatives from the Gwinnett Village CID, Gwinnett County Public Libraries and the Gwinnett County School Board proudly came together to deliver over 1,400books to the children at Meadowcreek Elementary. "A core component of the mission of the Gwinnett County Public Library is to provide books... Read more
Eastside Medical Center named recipient of Healthgrades 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award
Eastside Medical Center announced today that it is a recipient of the Healthgrades 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award, a designation that recognizes superior performance in hospitals that have prevented the occurrence of serious, potentially avoidable complications for patients during hospital stays. The distinction places Eastside Medical Center among the... Read more