DIY Wedding Websites

Jan 27, 2015 | No Comments

By Cody Crawford Congratulations, you’re engaged! One part of wedding planning couples often overlook is creating a wedding website.  A wedding site can be a wonderful tool for showcasing your engagement pictures and also a great time-saver for fielding questions about your wedding.  Simply giving your guests a link allows them to see to all […]

Bruschetta Bar

Bruschetta Bar

Jan 26, 2015 | No Comments

By Katie Taylor While planning our wedding earlier this year, it quickly became very clear the food we served would be one of the most important aspects of the day. As a recipe developer and avid cook, this seemed only appropriate! In fact, choosing the menu was probably the most difficult decision out of all […]

Food for Healthy Beauty

Food for Healthy Beauty

Jan 23, 2015 | No Comments

Formulating the perfect beauty strategy for your wedding day can be time-consuming.   The dress, the jewelry, the makeup, dieting and exercising your body into shape all take planning.   Aside from cutting calories, however, some foods actually make us more beautiful, making our eyes sparkle, our hair shine and our skin more supple and […]

A Garden for Love

A Garden for Love

Jan 22, 2015 | No Comments

By Cassandra Warner A garden can be many things to different people.  The bounty of a garden can sustain and nourish the body, and the beauty can feed the heart and soul.  I usually focus a great deal on that, but in addition, there are gardens created that are inspired by occasions, events and memorials […]

Pinterest Weddings… the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Pinterest Weddings… the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Jan 21, 2015 | No Comments

By Nikki Newbold Nothing makes a young twenty-something’s eye sparkle like the word “Pinterest!” Pinterest is the greatest invention for girls, women and even some men, though the men may not admit it.  This is especially true for the lady who has recently accepted a marriage proposal from the man of her dreams. But let’s […]

Opera House: Rediscovered

Dec 18, 2014 | 2 Comments
Opera House: Rediscovered

Storybooks couldn’t tell a better tale. After a fire destroyed a whole side of the Pulaski square in 1868, word circulated that Angenold Cox would be the first to erect a new building on the site.  The hall he built was impressive, able to seat 500 people.  The citizens of Pulaski loved their new opera […]

Bruschetta Bar

Jan 26, 2015 | No Comments
Bruschetta Bar

By Katie Taylor While planning our wedding earlier this year, it quickly became very clear the food we served would be one of the most important aspects of the day. As a recipe developer and avid cook, this seemed only appropriate! In fact, choosing the menu was probably the most difficult decision out of all […]

Constituency of Decency Must Prevail

Jan 10, 2015 | No Comments

Readers who know me well will understand my bent toward journalism in its purest form.  To the  dedicated people at IWPR, keep up the excellent work.  And thank you, Tony, for your heart and passion for truth.  –Becky Jane Newbold, Publisher, Validity Magazine   From our friend, Anthony Borden, executive director of IWPR in London. […]

Maury Regional Health Care Foundation Recognizes Local Businessman

Dec 22, 2014 | No Comments
Maury Regional Health Care Foundation Recognizes Local Businessman

Columbia – The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation has provided more than $1 million in financial assistance through its programs and services since it was founded in 2006, according to Executive Director Joe Kilgore. “It is through the generosity of our donors that we are able to make a difference in the lives of others,” […]

A Haitian Reality

Dec 25, 2014 | No Comments
A Haitian Reality

By Michelle Bonville Coming from the land of the free and the home of the brave, I have found that ministering in Haiti can cause extreme culture shock in certain areas.  For instance, Haitian society as a whole promotes violences and devalues human life.  In most cases, this desanctification of life is a direct result […]

Amber’s Drive

Oct 3, 2014 | 2 Comments
Amber’s Drive

By Becky Jane Newbold   Great music sometimes comes from the most unlikely of places. Lifelong songwriter and musician, Denny Rudolph, pours passion into every lyric and every note.  But dreams of a musical career definitely took a back burner to his day job as a financial advisor.  Online and after hours, like most truly […]

A Garden for Love

Jan 22, 2015 | No Comments
A Garden for Love

By Cassandra Warner A garden can be many things to different people.  The bounty of a garden can sustain and nourish the body, and the beauty can feed the heart and soul.  I usually focus a great deal on that, but in addition, there are gardens created that are inspired by occasions, events and memorials […]

Gifts for the Techie

Dec 19, 2014 | No Comments

By Justin Crawford Nerds of the world have had a great year. We have seen all kinds of awesome new items hit the market. And I am here to guide you through getting the best gift for the nerd in your life (Cody, I am looking at you). New TV I didn’t list a particular […]

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