Tell your story at Sidewalk Talk every first Friday

If you have something you have been wanting to share and only needed a non-judgmental empathetic listener, don’t miss your opportunity during Macon’s First Friday. Sidewalk Talk, a new organization that opened its doors and set out its chairs back in June, brings its unique brand of community service to the streets of downtown during […]

Macon Community News is back in print

Four years ago, we started Macon Community News as a project to stem the tide of constant negativity in the news and the seeming lack of coverage of small local events, organizations and businesses. Not as a competitor to The Macon Telegraph or other news sources, just as something to augment what is covered by […]

Commentary: Don’t share unneeded negativity

Ever notice how so many aspects of the world seem to be depressing and saturated with constant negativity? Over the last few years, I have developed a theory as to why. Back in college, I majored in chemical engineering and so many of my analogies return to what I know. One of the concepts you […]

Johnny V’s is a comfort food hidden gem

Comfort food is a whole other category of food that has its own rules and expectations. Comfort food is all about the family feel, the service, a low price and “hitting the spot” of a craving or getting a fix of home style cooking without the dishes. Johnny V’s has been around for forever, but […]

Ocmulgee Brewpub distills the essence of a great burger

Unless you have been hidden in a cave in recent months, you are likely aware of the ever increasing options for great hamburgers in Macon. Downtown there are two wonderful options right next to each other on Second Street in the form of Bearfoot Tavern, which we reviewed recently and Ocmulgee Brewpub, which is owned and operated […]