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Universal Joint in Lawrenceville

https://youtu.be/VL_RhtTTC2M Empty parking spaces liter the streets of Lawrenceville in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. For a city that prides itself on its fantastic food scene, even the pavement misses the parade of cars that once danced the streets during the...

The Gwinnett Podcast

Hey Gwinnett People! Today we reboot our podcast in response to COVID-19 and we're changing up our format. You guys know that every year the publishers of Gwinnett Magazine celebrate the people, places, and things...

#LoveGwinnett Slideshow, March 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITlWO2BiDC4&feature=youtu.be

Emergency Planning that Holds Water

Planning for a pandemic might not be as different as you'd expect from planning for relatively common disasters like hurricanes. A joint project of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov has you covered with information about preparing for everything from avalanches to volcanoes, with stops...

Where old rails meet new trails.

2020.  The year is a bit hard to fathom.  Gwinnett has come a long way on its journey since 1818 and now with more than 2 centuries under its belt some stories can be written which are wholly encompassed within the county’s confines.

Gwinnett History Continues to look “Back In The Day”...

We continue on our series on "The Twenties" on the podcast, looking back at the last 100 years of Gwinnett History, Back In The Day! In 1922, Duluth elected Georgia's first female mayor Alice Harrell Strickland. She donated 1-acre...

Future Perfect

Peachtree Corners Turns Its Tech Vision Into a Live-Work-Play Oasis The Peachtree Cafe, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Peach State Federal Credit Union. There’s a lot that’s peachy in Gwinnett—and that includes the county’s youngest and perhaps the most bustling of cities. Peachtree Corners, founded...

Gwinnett Chamber’s 72nd Annual Dinner!

The Gwinnett Chamber's Annual dinner is sort of like Gwinnett's oscars and grammy's blended up, shaken, not stirred, and served to Gwinnett County leaders with a side of filet mignon and crab cake. It's the event of the year for many, especially those honorees that everyone is...

The Healing Properties of Nature

Welcome to the woods and a whole new kind of self-care known as ecotherapy. Being in nature helps us feel a greater sense of connection to ourselves and the world around us. Countless scientific studies have underscored the health benefits of getting back to nature. Still, we...

Buford High School Students Testify at the Capital

On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, student representatives from the Buford High School (BHS) Vaping Attention and Prevention Club (VA2P) met with Governor Brian Kemp to discuss current legislation being proposed to regulate the e-cigarette sales. Senator Renee Unterman sponsored State Bill 298 which would raise the purchasing...

Universal Joint in Lawrenceville

https://youtu.be/VL_RhtTTC2M Empty parking spaces liter the streets of Lawrenceville in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. For a city that prides itself on its fantastic food scene, even the pavement misses the parade of cars that once danced the streets during the...

The Gwinnett Podcast

Hey Gwinnett People! Today we reboot our podcast in response to COVID-19 and we're changing up our format. You guys know that every year the publishers of Gwinnett Magazine celebrate the people, places, and things...

#LoveGwinnett Slideshow, March 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITlWO2BiDC4&feature=youtu.be

Emergency Planning that Holds Water

Planning for a pandemic might not be as different as you'd expect from planning for relatively common disasters like hurricanes. A joint project of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov has you covered with information about preparing for everything from avalanches to volcanoes, with stops...

Where old rails meet new trails.

2020.  The year is a bit hard to fathom.  Gwinnett has come a long way on its journey since 1818 and now with more than 2 centuries under its belt some stories can be written which are wholly encompassed within the county’s confines.

Gwinnett History Continues to look “Back In The Day”...

We continue on our series on "The Twenties" on the podcast, looking back at the last 100 years of Gwinnett History, Back In The Day! In 1922, Duluth elected Georgia's first female mayor Alice Harrell Strickland. She donated 1-acre...

Future Perfect

Peachtree Corners Turns Its Tech Vision Into a Live-Work-Play Oasis The Peachtree Cafe, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Peach State Federal Credit Union. There’s a lot that’s peachy in Gwinnett—and that includes the county’s youngest and perhaps the most bustling of cities. Peachtree Corners, founded...

Gwinnett Chamber’s 72nd Annual Dinner!

The Gwinnett Chamber's Annual dinner is sort of like Gwinnett's oscars and grammy's blended up, shaken, not stirred, and served to Gwinnett County leaders with a side of filet mignon and crab cake. It's the event of the year for many, especially those honorees that everyone is...

The Healing Properties of Nature

Welcome to the woods and a whole new kind of self-care known as ecotherapy. Being in nature helps us feel a greater sense of connection to ourselves and the world around us. Countless scientific studies have underscored the health benefits of getting back to nature. Still, we...

Buford High School Students Testify at the Capital

On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, student representatives from the Buford High School (BHS) Vaping Attention and Prevention Club (VA2P) met with Governor Brian Kemp to discuss current legislation being proposed to regulate the e-cigarette sales. Senator Renee Unterman sponsored State Bill 298 which would raise the purchasing...