CeeJae Fowler is a U.S. Army veteran and founder of CherAmi Farms, a mentoring and horsemanship program in Russell County, Alabama that is now almost seven years old. Fowler's goal is to uplift and encourage at-risk girls in the community.
Anuradha Rewatkar, founder and chef at Ria's Ethnic Foods, takes you step-by-step in the preparation of Chicken Tikka Masala, a favorite at her small Indian restaurant at 4848 Warm Springs Road. Plus tips on cooking with Indian spices and pastes.
Anuradha Rewatkar strives to make every dish special for her customers, and will even make changes on-the-fly based on the diner's request or preference. She never went to cooking school -- she's trained and worked as a physical therapist.
Historic Linwood Foundation is hosting it's 22nd Annual Fall Ramble Thursday, Oct. 18. Tickets are available at the Historic Linwood Foundation office at Linwood Cemetery. Call the Foundation office at 706-321-8285 for more information.
Six popular Columbus chefs are combining efforts for a fall dinner to benefit Giving Kitchen. The Columbus Chefs Collaborative Dinner is Oct. 14 at Rivermill Event Center and will feature a six-course meal prepared by six different local chefs.
By the time the sun sets Sunday, a south Columbus institution will have closed for the last time and the era of drive-in restaurants that once dotted Victory Drive between downtown and Fort Benning will be over. Here's a look inside Gus's Drive-In.
VisitColumbusGA re-dedicated Wednesday and gave a tour of its newly remodeled and refreshed visitors center at 900 Front Ave. in Columbus after a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony. It has technology upgrades and plenty of information for visitors.
The Brick Bistro at Central High School, operated by culinary arts instructor John Chapiewski and his advanced students, opens to the public Sept. 19. It's open Wednesday through Fridays from 11:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. in the career tech building.
Toys designed to stimulate the senses are important educational and therapeutic tools to help special needs youngsters at Easterseals of West Georgia, and the Muscogee Rotary Club has stepped up to purchase and donate many of fun playthings
Each week the Ledger-Enquirer's social media editor Lauren Gorla and videographer Robin Trimarchi will highlight talented chefs and unique dishes from around the Chattahoochee Valley. Check out our poll, and vote on what dishes we should feature!
Christopher Walters is the executive chef at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center in Columbus, Ga. Walters and his staff feed thousands of people a year. Watch as he prepares a meal of grilled flank steak, risotto, and baby carrots.
There's a new walking trail in the East Alabama community of Crawford. The paved, 1/4 mile asphalt track is next to the Dollar General store in Crawford. There are plans to add benches and fencing around the track, which is surrounded by Pecan trees.
Ashley Rodgers, the 2018 Miss Georgia Watermelon Queen, was in Columbus for the Georgia On My Mind Day 2018. Rodgers travels Georgia spreading the word about watermelon and it's health benefits, and also encourages others to compete for the title.
Georgia on My Mind Day 2018 was a chance for Georgia's 12 visitor information centers to showcase tourism partners to visitors stopping by. In Columbus, we caught up with Historic Westville, The Rock Ranch, and the 2018 Miss Georgia Watermelon Queen.
The North Highland Farmers Market opened its season Wednesday. It's scheduled for the first and third Wednesdays from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m., June through November. The market is in the parking lot behind MercyMed of Columbus, 3702 2nd Avenue.
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