Friend of the Fox program revamped
by Neighbor Staff
05:05 PM, Wednesday, April 01
The Fox Theatre Tuesday announced its revamped Friend of the Fox program, which gives people the opportunity to support the arts in Atlanta and in communities throughout Georgia. Inspired by the dedicated group of citizens who saved the Fox 40 yea...

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