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Amanda Plumb

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Amanda Plumb loves food almost as much as she loves her adopted hometown of Atlanta. For several years, along with fellow members of the Buford Highway Supper Club, she explored the international dining options along that congested thoroughfare. In 2017, she co-founded Chow Club Atlanta, a monthly underground restaurant showcasing the talents of local home cooks with international roots. Chow Club Atlanta has been featured in the Atlanta Magazine, the AJC, Creative Loafing, and other media.
Press

Award-winning author, film producer, and sports historian Ed Wheatley will be at the fourth annual Edwardsville Book Festival at 1-3 p.m. Saturday in Edwardsville City Park to sign and discuss his new book, Wrestling at the Chase.

Fountain Square is where we gather as a city, and the fountain has been at the center of that for 150 years.

Sonoma County is the focus of Secret Sonoma: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure, Reedy Press’s latest in its series of “secret” guidebooks to various cities and regions around the U.S.

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