The Main street and the town square is a common thread throughout modern civilization- whether its Europe, Africa, or North America. Before social media, television, radio, or even the telephone, Main street, and the town square was the place you heard and shared the news. It was a gathering place- to celebrate victories, mourn defeats, pay tribute, protest equality, or demand justice.  The Main street will always have staples: A county courthouse, a town hall, a couple of churches, a police station, a library, a bookstore, a general store, a tavern, a couple of restaurants, maybe a movie theatre, ice cream...

The Walking Dead, the hugely popular AMC television series, has been running for 10 seasons and we are keenly aware of its rabid fan base. The “living dead” will travel near and far to get up close and personal with all the action; Go for a Walk Alicia and Nick’s shoes! The series has completely revitalized the town of Senoia, Georgia, which is the setting for the town of Woodbury. The town prides itself on being the home to such a cultural phenomenon and has totally capitalized on its fame for hosting the undead. On Main Street, you’ll find commercial establishments that...

Macon, Georgia is a mid-sized city of about 153,000 people smack in the middle of Georgia. At the intersection of 3 major interstates: I-75, I-475, and I-16. For many its a pass-through city on the way to Savannah or Florida, but you’d be surprised by the gems you will find in this market. This little gem is technically big enough for its own television affiliates…From food to nature to culture, give Macon a try. The city has strong musical roots, and have several sites dedicated to the pioneers who came up in the area. There are also some off-the-beaten-path festivals that...

Out of the many attractions and suggestions that Atlanta has to offer, this surely will be one off the beaten path. It’ll require some patience, getting up before dawn, and a bit of a drive…But those who’ve done it, describe it as a unique once-in-a-lifetime experience! Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, was born and raised on a peanut farm in rural Plains, Georgia. Prior to becoming POTUS, he served as Georgia State Senator from 1963-1967 and Georgia Governor from 1971-1975. Shortly after leaving the White House in 1981, he went back to Georgia, where he would split his...