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My daughter’s end of kindergarten celebration was this morning. I knew it was going to be rough, emotionally speaking, because my my son’s pre-K graduation, several years ago, was heavy on the theatrics, like a funeral for royalty or a world renowned pop star.

A column about columns

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Rick Ryckeley’s column will return next week.

He’s been a little under the weather but I’ll leave him to tell you the details. I would hate to rob him of several weeks of column material because I know that writing a weekly column is hard to do.

Joining the club

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My best friend and his wife are having a baby this spring. I am excited for them because being a parent has been an amazing and eye-opening experience for me. I am also excited because he now gets to join the club. The club of parents is an unofficial club.

DragonCon convert

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I remember hearing ads for DragonCon on the radio several years ago and thinking, “Nerds!!” It conjured up images in my head of Trekkies giving each other the “Live long and prosper” hand signal and middle-aged men hovering over old comic books. It just didn’t sound like my type of party.

Playlist for Mother's Day

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I had the unenviable task of writing a Mother’s Day column for this week’s paper. I say unenviable because I just didn’t want to write about how much I love my Mom (lots) or what a good mother Sabine, my wife, is (a great one). I feel like I’ve been there and done that.

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Opinion

Growing up at 110 Flamingo Street, I learned math many different ways, both in and out of school. When math was just numbers it was easy to understand.

Community

Several road projects are set to begin in Peachtree City during the week of April 27 and city officials ask residents to please be patient during traffic delays for the safety of everyone – drivers

Sports

For the second year in a row, the Fayette County Lady Tigers are Region 5-AAAA track champions. They took this year's crown at the April 23 region meet in Carrollton.

Lifestyle

"Much Ado About Nothing" cast at McIntosh High
The award-winning McIntosh High Theater Program is presenting “Much Ado About Nothing,” Shakespeare’s wonderful comedy about falling - sometimes unwittingly – in and out of love.