Are you the kind of person who waits until the last minute, or prefer to have everything checked off your list before Black Friday? See what your neighbors are saying.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Monday, December 20, 2010
Acworth business owners offer tips on how to have a Christmas that's environmentally friendly and satisfying.
Wise men such as Frank Sinatra and Kermit the Frog have observed that it isn't easy being green, but with the recent surge in popularity of all things organic, grass-fed and gluten-free, it's become much easier to be green and to plan a healthy yet tasty and memorable holiday season. The Emerald Earth at 4857 N. Main St. is a premier organic-living shop in Acworth. A model of a Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive bomber hanging from the ceiling is one of the many unusual decorations found in The Emerald Earth, located inside the Acworth Bookstore. Owner Bonnie Gould knows a thing or six about how to live a green life. "The primary way to be green is to buy local products," Gould says. "Not only are you supporting your local community, but you're …
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Acworth business owners and shoppers share their insights on holiday buying.
Historic downtown Acworth is bustling with shoppers looking to knock those last-minute gifts off their list for their friends and family. Some of the businesses have seen their holiday rush, while others are awaiting the full swing of holiday shopping. Some Acworth residents said they stick to the small, local shopping districts for most of their gift options and try to stay away from the bigger chain stores that are packed during Christmastime. Main Street in Acworth is filled with many one of the kinds of shops where you can find unusual things, such as Adrianna's Kitchen Store, a kitchen decor and food shop. Shoppers there said they look for special items not offered elsewhere, and that is a reason why Adrianna's Kitchen has a big …