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2008 

It seems that their are charity walks for everything nowadays. This is not to diminish the impact of thousands of people walking en masse through normally busy city streets. I remember as a child participating in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Walk A Thon. The excitement of getting pled...
Posted about 6 years ago
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I saw something on television a week or so ago that was highlighting the bolgoshpere. More specifically, the program was highlighting some well known bloggers such as Perez Hilton and Ariana Huffington. Now understand that I realize I am nowhere near as well known nor as savvy when it comes to th...
Posted about 6 years ago
In Part 1 of Atlanta's FREE Attractions, I highlighted MODA (Museum of Design Atlanta), Underground Atlanta, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site! All three of these are worth an afternoon's visit. While Atlanta has numerous attractions that charge some amount of admission, the ...
Posted about 6 years ago
First let me say that this post was supposed to be out yesterday and I apologize that I needed the extra day to get it done. With that said, let me say that we definitely had some great entries into this month's Baseball Talk 101 contest. There was however a noticeable drop in the number of entri...
Posted about 6 years ago
With a city the size of metro-Atlanta there are numerous diversions that don't cost a dime! In addition to Atlanta's Beautiful and user friendly Piedmont Park, that I highlighted in the post below, here are a few other FREE Atlanta highlights!Back To Nature : An Urban Tale, Atlanta's Piedmont Par...
Posted about 6 years ago
I live in metro Atlanta, home to the the the and the In addition to these wonderful sports teams Atlanta also offers some wonderful theaters, beautiful public parks (many of which offer baseball and softball opportunities), the Georgia Aquarium and numerous Universities and Colleges (including ma...
Posted about 6 years ago
One of the many great things about the metro Atlanta area is the access to a top notch, world class baseball organization the For those of us who are not quite Major League Baseball caliber, the metro Atlanta area offers many local baseball and softball outlets for all skill levels. With this blo...
Posted about 6 years ago
Atlanta Dogwood Festival April 4, 5, & 6, 2008This is the 72nd year that this free Atlanta festival will be held! The name for the festival is derived from the beautiful Dogwood Trees that grace the undercanopy (they can grow in full sun) of much of the southeastern United States. Though there a...
Posted about 6 years ago
Baseball and softball are integral parts of the American landscape. In almost every community in the United States you can find players and spectators enjoying this great American pastime. If you are fortunate enough to have a major league or minor league team in your town its financial impact ca...
Posted about 6 years ago
Where to begin? Definitely not in the dirt, unless you are sliding into home trying to beat out the throw to the plate! There were a lot of great blogs this month in the Baseball Talk 101 Group. If I did not comment on your blog please forgive me as I read most but commented on too few. We had so...
Posted about 6 years ago
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