Atlanta Is…

Atlanta Is…

Atlanta Is… By Adam Schultz – Editor/writer for The Falcoholic Adam tries his best to define Atlanta and what it means to the Falcon faithful. Traffic. Always the traffic. If tourists spend more than a few hours in Atlanta, the traffic is the main memory they will take home with them. Its preposterous volume, its aggressive participants, its […]


The article below, Home, was written by my Nephew Adam Schultz. Adam, thank you for a well written article that rings true with my senses as well. Rick Owens – Postal Employee Network “HOME” Long ago, someone once told me that a writer is only as good as his or her biography. I beg to differ. […]


Ah-h-h-h, the Smokies and Gatlinburg at night. We try to visit the Smoky Mountains each fall when the leaves have turned golden and the air is crisp and clean. Without fail we always reserve our accomodations either in downtown Gatlinburg or in one of thousands of cabins for rent surrounding downtown Gatlinburg – either way, […]

Pirate’s Alley

Pirate Alley (or Pirate’s Alley, as many call it) is the subject of much legend and lore, some true, and much false. It is one of the “must see” locations of the French Quarter. Some claim that it was a haven for pirates in days past, while others claimed that slaves were sold at the […]