City of Suwanee Wins IMPACT Regional Business Award in the Category of Hospitality
On Wednesday, May 10, the Gwinnett Chamber recognized the City of Suwanee as the leading organization in the Hospitality Category at the IMPACT Regional Business Awards, presented by Contemporary Marketing Group. "The city works hard to plan quality events that people want to attend, as well as work closely... Read more
Nourishment for the Mind, Body, & Soul
The City of Suwanee and Harvest Farm have collaborated to develop the first public orchard and playground in the Southeast. Featuring a fully functional orchard that will be open to the community, the Orchard at White Street Park was designed to provide families with a fun and engaging space... Read more
Remarkable Gwinnett: Reinventing Our Brand
Gwinnett County's brand has evolved steadily over the years. Once, it evoked images of a bedroom community. Now, our brand exudes a dynamic urban vibe. Excellence in many areas is a key component. For examples, look at our good jobs, skilled workforce, outstanding schools, amazing parks, and exemplary bond... Read more
The Moscow Mule
The classic Moscow mule is made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice, served in a copper mug. It's a fantastically refreshing summer drink, and you might choose to stop right there. But your options are practically endless. A mule can be made with many liquors, from gin to... Read more
Get Fresh with Your Local Farmer
The fresh produce and other goodies that can be found at nearby farmers markets are the beginnings of many a tasty springtime meal. Turn the page for just a few of the lip-smackin' possibilities. Homemade Dill Pickles Easy to make & worth the wait. You will need 1 quart... Read more
Dance the Summer Away
Sugarloaf Performing Arts has a full slate of summer camps and intensive sessions geared to students from the youngest dancers to those who dance at a pre-professional or professional level. "We have camps designed for all ages, from three-year-olds to professionals," said Lori Zamzow-Wire, artistic director for Sugarloaf Performing... Read more
Experience Teaches
"Litigators must think on their feet, process lots of information, and make split-second decisions." If C. Carlton Folsom has learned anything from 27 years as an attorney, it's that "you just can't beat experience" as a teacher. "I would like to think I was a good lawyer when I... Read more
2017's Easter Egg Hunts
Here's a rundown of all the area easter egg hunts we've tracked down so far. If we've missed something, please let us know by emailing eweekly@gwinnettmagazine.com. Sugar Hill Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 8, 2017 Sugarloaf Mills Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday, April 8, 2017 Artzy Beads & Special Kneeds 1st... Read more
Brightside I.T.
Created a decade ago, Brightside I.T. was the merger of one man's idea to bring fast and friendly customer service to healthcare professionals. CEO and creator, Rich Hervig, saw a window of opportunity in 2005 for healthcare IT services, and jumped on it. "I was an independent IT consultant... Read more
Best of Gwinnett 2016: Gwinnett County  The Best is Built on a Strong Foundation
We all have things we love about Gwinnett this restaurant, that park, my school. Our hometown favorites. But we probably never think about a little thing called infrastructure that makes it all possible. You know those take it for granted things like healthy drinking water, well-maintained roads, award-winning parks,... Read more