Place of Origin: Huntington Beach, CA

     Lila Langford is a full-time student at the University of North Georgia and a part-time adult. She is an enthusiast of IKEA and strong tea. After graduation she plans on taking a very long nap and then using her powers for good at a PR agency. 

What animal would you be, and why?

I would be a duck in a park so strangers would bring me bread. 

Fav. Quote:

“The more you give the more you have, the more new things you are a part of the more you are truly alive.” – Jenny Slate


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Lila’s review: Riverstone Corner Bistro

If you’re looking for a charming, locally-owned restaurant in North Georgia, look no further than Riverstone Corner Bistro (known to neighboring locals as “RCB”).

10 Cozy COVID-friendly fall activities

Obviously, fall is going to look a little different this year with COVID-19 still looming large across the U.S. However, that doesn’t mean you’ve got to sacrifice your favorite fall activities. So, here are ten fall activities to indulge in that are fun and safe. If you’re a self-proclaimed connoisseur of all things cozy and autumnal during this magical season, this list is for you.

Small town gem: A trip on Georgia’s ball ground burger bus

Once I arrived at the quaint restaurant in the heart of small town Ball Ground, it became apparent that it was not only a hot spot due to its much hyped burgers and hotdogs, but also its unique setting: a vintage street bus. The bus had been converted into a restaurant with indoor seating.