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In 1975 David Bowie challenged that rock n’ roll was dead, a “toothless old woman”. New Musical Express writer, Anthony O’Grady, asked Bowie if he really believed that– and if so, what was next? David was sure his phone was being tapped, but he replied, “Dictatorship.” Bowie prophesied an “extreme

City Guide

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced that 37 innovative projects will share $5 million as winners of the Knight Cities Challenge. Each of the ideas centers on helping cities attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunities and create a culture of civic engagement. The challenge attracted

Brad Walker is a Big Deal when it comes to Comics. This SCAD graduate has worked on Batman, Superman, The Guardians of the Galaxy and tons of other titles in the DC and Marvel Universe. But really, those three we just mentioned are three of the biggest titles in the

LAKE JOY TRAIL OF TERRORS 428 Lake Joy Rd. in Warner Robins (South of Hwy 96. Look for signs)Open every Friday and Saturday in October and on Halloween Night $10 per person. Not recommended for kids younger than 10 years old. NEVERMORE HILLS HAUNTED TRAIL Museum of Aviation, Oct. 23-24 Haunted

FAMILY-FRIENDLY Lane Southern Orchards: Kids will love touring the farm and packing line at Lane Southern Orchards, just a short drive south of Macon. The orchard also offers fruit picking, a Fall corn maze, and a pumpkin patch. Lane is most known for its peaches, but even when peach season
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