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Grace today in 2015

‘Lil Grace

Like a person gaining vision after having lost sight, Grace Cantrell stared out in amazement.  From her car window seat she was mesmerized by the blue sky, trees, and others cars.

The group wedding at Pinckneyville Center

It’s a matter of time

The Pinckneyville Park Recreation Center in Berkeley Lake was starting to fill up.  It was an eclectic mix of men and women: different ages, different races, and different styles of dress. One thing they had in common, however, was the constant checking of time.  On this day, time was of the essence.

Presley Sullivan

Young country

When her daughter was around the age of two her mom remembers her jumping up on a coffee table and belting out a tune.

Vincent Vittorio and Nathaniel Thomas McGill during their editing process

Made in Gwinnett

It seems like a “Made in America” label is hard to find these days. But a manufacturing revolution of sorts is underway in our land, and a couple of Gwinnett filmmakers are right at the heart of it. Back in the late 1990’s, Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio were students at Dacula High School.

Dylan and Tom Wargo

Soup’s up!

Question: What do you get when you cross the name of a famous duck, a big-hearted man, and the countries first pet food bank? To understand the answer the backstory needs to be told.

Major Lester Erving in uniform

Welcome home

On Veterans Day last month, Gwinnett County held its annual ceremony at the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial in Lawrenceville. While service men and women, past and present, were honored, the event featured a special “welcome home” for Vietnam veterans.

Kenneth Paryo

Diamond dance


He took classical piano lessons for nine years but, when Kenneth Paryo performs, don’t expect to hear Mozart.

Kenneth Paryo grew up in a musical family.  His mom was worried about him getting hurt in sports so she steered him toward piano keys instead of basketball courts.  Like many young men, Kenneth had other interests as well.  “My parents got me into music,” he said, “but dancing I got into myself.”