Good health and good living is at your fingertips with Atlanta’s newest healthcare news and information program—The Weekly Check-Up with Dr. Bruce Feinberg—airing Sundays at 3 p.m. on AM 750 and NOW 95.5 FM News/Talk WSB. The show, produced by Lenz, debuted on June 12.

The Weekly Check-Up with Dr. Bruce Feinberg is brought to you by Radiotherapy Centers of Georgia and will address a wide range of topics about healthcare, from current events and healthcare policy to daily tips for better health and fitness.

The live, hour-long show will include caller questions, fielded by featured guests and the show’s host, Atlanta oncologist Dr. Bruce Feinberg.

Dr. Feinberg called the show an important addition to the comprehensive information already provided by News/Talk WSB, the dominant Atlanta radio station for adults 35+. News/Talk WSB reaches 1.2 million quality listeners every week.

“We will help Georgians separate fact from fiction on the healthcare horizon as we discuss the latest news and treatment options for a wide variety of health issues,” he said. “We want to educate, inform and enlighten listeners and help them become equipped to live a better and healthier life.”

Dr. Bruce Feinberg is widely recognized as a healthcare visionary, possessing a unique understanding of how health issues transcend Washington, D.C., hospitals and doctors’ offices, and each of our daily lives. Previously, Dr. Feinberg was instrumental in establishing Georgia Cancer Specialists, a Top 10 private cancer practice in the U.S. and a leader in advanced cancer treatment and research. Dr. Feinberg is the author of two best-selling books, Breast Cancer Answers and Colon Cancer Answers, and is often consulted by the national media, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and CNN.

Produced by Lenz, Inc., Atlanta’s leading healthcare marketing firm for two decades, The Weekly Check-Up with Dr. Bruce Feinberg is brought to you by Radiotherapy Centers of Georgia and will include featured guests from various healthcare fields, interviews with health and fitness experts, and tips to help people live better and healthier lives.

The AJC Decatur Book Festival, presented by DeKalb Medical (AJC DBF) held its annual Press Launch Party at Eddie’s Attic Thursday – it was a smash, err, a monster mash?

The Launch marked the return of the formidable but loveable AJC DBF mascot, Bookzilla, the announcement of the keynote speakers, and a chance for the media, sponsors, and AJC DBF Board members to re-connect over refreshments, live music, and a shared passion for what has become the fourth largest book festival in the nation.

Our office has been a flurry of excitement in preparation for this event. We take pride in helping the festival get off the ground. As we looked over the crowd of friendly faces last night, we again were reminded of why we love Decatur and the Festival.

The 2011 AJC DBF poster, masterfully designed by Scott Sanders, was unveiled to much excitement. Even Bookzilla himself was impressed – didn’t you see his tweet?

Speaking of which, Lenz is managing all social media for both AJC DBF and Bookzilla. Follow both on Twitter and Facebook for contests, comic musings, and informative festival updates.

And be sure to check out the official 2011 AJC DBF website The website is better than ever; a clear and artfully designed guide to all things book festival.

Lenz was the first festival sponsor and has been a gold-level sponsor for every festival to-date. Last night was a proud moment for the Lenz team. Seeing a crazy-scheme to get book lovers together grow into a massive celebration of the written word with a beast of mascot – it’s a monster that just keeps getting bigger.

One of our new flat-panel displays that I bought at Fry’s Electronics stopped working, so I needed to exchange it. One problem: misplaced receipt. However, due to good customer service on Fry’s part, I was able to exchange it today.

As I carted the monitor from my truck back into the store, I was worried that I was going to get the run-around due to me not having the receipt. The customer service person I dealt with not only greeted me with a smile, he said “No problem” when I told him that I did not have proof of purchase.

He offered to look up my previous purchases using my credit card, and once he did, he informed me that it was outside of the standard time that they allow returns/exchanges without a receipt. But he (with a manager’s help) bent the rules so I could get a new working display.

Not only did he make me a happy customer, I ended up exchanging the faulty display for a better (more expensive) model.

Thank you Fry’s!