The open & airy feel welcomed me the instant I walk into Ocmulgee Brewpub's doors. Doug, Ocmulgee's Brewmaster, was busy making one their house brewed beer as bystanders watched outside through the large windows and inside as customers anxiously waited to order their food. Adjacent to the brewing equipment, a large map of Downtown Macon highlights the main streets and landmarks.
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Family-friendly trips aren't always easy to plan. Sometimes it can be difficult to find activities that are affordable and can keep both the kids and the adults entertained. Luckily, Macon has plenty of options for you to choose from! Check out this family-friendly itinerary and plan your next trip to Macon today.
A city on a hill is a thing that cannot be hidden. These were the words of Jesus in his Sermon on the Mount, and rather famously borrowed some centuries later by Puritan leader John Winthrop.
Way back in Colonial times, before George Washington was a President or America became a sovereign nation, our country’s very first citizens held fast to the holiday traditions they had brought with them from "Mother" England.
On almost any given Saturday in Macon, when the weather is good, you can cruise down Vineville Avenue and spot at least one estate sale sign nailed or stapled to a utility pole. You can practically set your watch by it.
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 8:00 AM by Stacey Norwood
I am standing in the belly of a Lockheed C-130A Hercules in Warner Robins, touring the Museum of Aviation with a group of colleagues, and wondering how many lives this old girl saved before she was grounded in 2011. Quite a few, apparently.