{Business Profile} The Music Class

  You’ve probably seen the bumper stickers around town. Or maybe you’ve heard your friend talking about it. But if you’ve ever wanted to know more about The Music Class, I hope that this post answers your questions. Honestly, I had a difficult time writing this post for our sponsors at The Music Class. Not for lack of […]

{Small Busines Spotlight} Buckhead Preparatory School

Though they’ve been serving the Smyrna/Vinings area for 7 years, Buckhead Preparatory School opened the doors of their current Smyrna location last fall. Their classrooms are now nestled among the trees on the 2nd floor of a building in Smyrna Market Village, facing the Veterans Memorial and the Smyrna Public Library.     We’ve had the pleasure of […]

{Small Business Spotlight} be DANCE with Ms. Reggy

Be Dance with Ms. Reggy is a new studio in the heart of Vinings offering a wide variety of dance classes for kiddos and mamas alike.  The artistic director is Regina Solis Lee who has been dancing since the age of 3, and includes a position as a dancer with the Atlanta Hawks Cheerleaders in […]

{Small Business Spotlight & Giveaway} The Space Atlanta

I first heard about The Space back in November. I was in a large group, with several different conversations occurring simultaneously. But something from one of the other conversations stood out to me. “I’m sorry,” I said, “did you say you take a trapeze class? Here in Smyrna??” The Space Atlanta bills itself as a movement arts […]

{Small Business Spotlight} Georgia Crafted

  Georgia (On My Mind) • Midnight Train to Georgia • The Devil Went Down to Georgia • Sweet Georgia Brown Clearly people love to sing Georgia’s praises — no surprise because there is a lot to adore about our state. And Georgia Crafted founder, Erin Zwigart, has a passion for discovering even more to love. This Smyrna mom scours […]

{Small Business Spotlight} The Studio Atlanta Dance at Vinings

With the start of school comes the start of many after school activities. Summer is as good as gone and we now have to go back to using a calendar again. When a little girl was brought into our lives, it did not take me long to start getting excited about ballet classes. I started […]

{Smyrna Voices} Football Memories + Giveaway!

College football kicked off this Saturday and, like many of you, it’s hard to describe my excitement. This is perhaps unusual since my immediate family wasn’t a sports family and I went to a college that was smaller than a single section of Sanford Stadium. I love sports, but I think that’s because I love the […]

{Small Business Spotlight} Salt Therapy of Georgia

I first heard about Salt Therapy of Georgia from Groupon. I’m always up for trying new things, especially when it comes to new ways to relax, and I enjoy learning about natural and alternative health topics. I love JeJu Korean Spa in Gwinnett, so I thought the salt therapy room might be similar to their […]

{Small Business Spotlight} The Music Studio at Vinings

Hi everyone, With August and the start of school just around the corner, there is no better time to start thinking about enriching your child’s and/or your life with the arts. In my opinion, a great place to start is at The Music Studio at Vinings. Full disclosure: When I learned that The Music Studio had […]

5200 Reasons for Swimming Lessons

With summer here, we asked our sponsors at SwimRevolution to write a guest post about swimming lessons and water safety. The stats that Jeff shares below are eye opening and pretty horrible to read, but it’s important for all parents to be aware. Kids are out of school, the temperature is hot, pools are open – […]