Sinbad at St. James Live

Actor and comedian Sinbad made a visit to South Fulton's premiere supper club plating with his band. As "Memphis Red," Sinbad plays with the Funk Stank Nasty band. Photography Darnell Remy

4th Annual Driving It Home 
Fore Chiropractic Tournament

The GAC-PAC hosted its 4th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament at City Club, featuring a day of entertainment, raffles, 
and a silent auction as well as some stellar golfing. Dr. Winston Carhee serves as chair.

Around Town

"To me, polo is the one of the things that I can easily keep a direct focus on. It makes me take responsibility for my choices, both long-term and short-term. Without it, I would probably not have something to keep me going each week." --Caleb Cherry "My first polo lesson was interesting, especially the part about hitting the ball. My…

FHL Mom Conference

The world is made up of us but yet there are so many moments that we feel alone in this journey. I can remember being a single mother reading people’s status updates that said things like, “Being a mom is the best job in the world!” or “I love being a mom! Everyday is filled with so much joy!” I…

Arden’s Gardens

Leslie Zinn, an entrepreneur, wife and mother, lives right here in South Fulton’s beautiful College Park. She has an awesome story of overcoming adversity in her life. And, as we chat in the office of the East Point production factory, the overwhelming theme is giving back. The healthy food store that focuses on nutritious juice and the famous 3-day detox…

Ironman, the Adrenaline Guy, and Adding Some Color to the Multisport of Triathlon

With Black Triathletes Association approaching 2,000 members, the Black Triathletes Association (BTA) is an organization that promotes fitness and health through the sport of triathlon to the black community. This group offers a place for black triathletes to support, offer advice and mostly encourage one another in multisport activities. They welcome all levels of experience from first Sprint Tri to…

I Already Had A Cortisone Injection

"I already had a cortisone injection." I often hear this phrase from patients presenting to me at initial consultation in my practice as an interventional pain physician. When I ask what type of cortisone injection, I am often greeted with blank stares. Patients and even healthcare providers are relatively unaware of the vast array of interventional procedures used to treat…

CrossFit Takes Over 
in College Park

CrossFit College Park is located right off Virginia Avenue, near College Park Cemetery and is host of the popular Graveyard Games is a high performance, strength and endurance partnered competition designed to measure work capacity. The owners gave South Fulton Lifestyle some candid answers to our many questions about CrossFit here on the southside. Mike, or “Dad” as he is…

A Healthy New You in the New Year

Nearly every January I see a peak in business from clients who've made a new year's resolution to get in shape. Most of these clients fall off the wagon by February, and of course, there are those who manage to accomplish their goals. In my experience, there are some common traits and steps that can be taken to help you…

Talking to Kids About Money

Did your parents’ teach you about saving early in life? Do you wish that you had a chance to learn how to manage your personal finances earlier in life? The fact is that most children adopt the habits and philosophies that their parents have about money. Parents will often spend large amounts of time teaching skills that children will naturally…

Resolutions, out.
Healthy lifestyle, in.

Happy New Year, South Fulton! I’m going to forego the resolutions list this year. Instead, I think I’ll take the first steps toward these simple lifestyle changes: 1. Be healthy. 2. Choose happiness. These are two choices I think we could all use a bit more of in our daily lives. While simply stated, each of us could use some…

Wholeness: Perception or Choice

Will thou be made whole? This spiritual question posited by John the disciple, speaks to the heart of personal responsibility for wellness. The question clearly identifies there is a problem, thereby demanding self-analysis. Another translations state, “Do you want to get well?” Simply put, getting better doesn’t happen by osmosis.