Chef Lee Linton has sliced, diced, and sizzled up countless gourmet dishes for more than 30 years. He combines this hefty culinary experience with his passion for nutrition to craft 1,200- and 1,800-calorie meal plans designed to help health-conscious eaters like himself stay in tiptop shape without sacrificing taste or quality. Linton only uses fresh ingredients, shying away from the frozen, dehydrated, or astronaut-friendly ones often used in other premade meals. The menu, which is approved by an on-staff dietitian, rotates regularly, and meets the guidelines set by the American Diabetes Association, the American Heart Association, the American Dietetic Association, and the American Cancer Society. After Chef Linton and his team prepare the dishes within a USDA-approved kitchen, they’ll ship the meals directly to clients’ homes or prep them for pickup at one of Fresh ‘n Fit’s 37 locations.
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The Marietta Daily Journal traces its roots back to 1866, when it was first printed as the Marietta Journal on a hand press left over from the Civil War. Then a weekly, it finally converted to a daily in 1935??right in the middle of the Great Depression, the notorious era that saw the entire country saddened by the cancelling of the McRib. Such a move was the publication's way of expressing belief in its community's future, and today, some seven decades later, the two region and paper remain unquestionably linked. The modern version of the Marietta Daily Journal reports on local news, business, and sports, but its insight is expressed through state and national news, too. It operates as part of Times-Journal Inc., a collection of publications that includes the Cherokee Tribune, 23 community newspapers, and four monthly magazines.
From seating arrangements to flowers, menus to etiquette—planning a wedding can seem overwhelming. Luckily, The Wedding Specialist is at the ready to help spouses-to-be celebrate their big day. The service was founded by a trio of specialists: event planners Donna Lipscomb and Irene Tyndale, and photographer Catherine Warren. Together, their personal specialties add thoughtful touches as they arrange and document rehearsal dinners and nuptials. They always collaborate with their clients throughout the process, co-creating color schemes, logistics, and the ideal placement of “Just Married” graffiti on cars. But the group’s expertise extends beyond the ceremony—the planners also organize corporate events, and host bridal shows showcasing the area’s top wedding merchants.
It’s hard to find a monkey to attend a child’s birthday party, and even harder to find a purple one. But at Monkey Joe’s, the furry purple mascot makes an appearance at every child’s party, delighting kids already excited by the inflatable-filled play area.
Youngsters whoosh down colorful slides, bounce in jump areas, and build agility in its obstacle courses. While their kids safely frolic on sanitized inflatables supervised by staffers, parents can relax in an adult area with free wi-fi, flat-screen TVs, and computer stations, as well as refreshments at the concession area. Kids 3 years old and under have a separate play area, meaning they can happily play without having to listen to the elderly 11-year-olds talk about “when I was your age.”