Douglasville resident leading Georgia Wildlife Fed...
by Bill Baldowski
11:24 AM, Wednesday, July 29
Discussions on saving and nurturing wildlife traditionally have included environmentalists and government officials. However, Douglasville resident Mike Worley, believes another voice, though seldom heard in these discussions, is one which should ...

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Alliance brings story of love, family to stage
The Alliance Theatre opened its doors earlier this month to welcome the world premiere of its new musical, “Tuck Ever...
06:01 PM, Wednesday, January 28
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Center for Puppetry Arts to bring 'Rainforest Adventures' ...
The Center for Puppetry Arts, 1404 Spring St. in Midtown, will host “Rainforest Adventures” Thursday through March 15...
05:21 PM, Wednesday, January 28
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Bubbles and Bling to benefit breast cancer programs
Buckhead-based Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta will host Bubbles and Bling, a roaring 1920s-themed cocktail party, Fri...
05:16 PM, Wednesday, January 28
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Reception set Sunday for opening of Douglas exhibit at old...
A reception is set for Sunday, Feb. 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. to open the Paulding Fine Arts Association's exhibit of work ...
02:10 PM, Wednesday, January 28
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New cafe builds on downtown Dallas’ unique charms
For more than five years, Charlie’s Corner Café on the Courthouse Square in downtown Dallas was a gathering place in ...
09:18 AM, Wednesday, January 28
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Spotlight on Art in Buckhead to feature more than 350 artists
Art lovers and collectors will delight as Spotlight on Art returns to Trinity School in Buckhead for its 34th year Mo...
08:57 AM, Wednesday, January 28
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Local group helping to protect honeybees
The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle knew the importance of honeybees to human existence by including a reference ...
02:53 PM, Tuesday, January 27
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Cartersville Medical kicks of March of Dimes campaign
Cartersville Medical Center will host the 2015 Bartow County March of Dimes March for Babies campaign kickoff Feb. 12...
01:18 PM, Tuesday, January 27
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Pet of the Week: Amber
Amber is a real gem. This gentle, 1-year-old collie mix is sweet and has soulful eyes that will melt any heart. Amber...
12:02 PM, Tuesday, January 27
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Rose Lawn hosts May Market
May Market, a spring arts and crafts festival at Rose Lawn Museum, is blooming into a two-day event following a succe...
02:27 PM, Friday, January 23
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Douglasville church hosts MLK Day observance
Golden United Methodist Church in Douglasville hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance Monday.
10:39 AM, Thursday, January 22
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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival promises a pop-culture blast
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is coming back full of surprises, bending the cultural boundaries of cinema and arts...
04:12 PM, Wednesday, January 21
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Alliance Theatre brings 'Tuck Everlasting' to stage
The Alliance Theatre opened its doors earlier this month to welcome the world premiere of its new musical, “Tuck Ever...
12:26 PM, Wednesday, January 21
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Metro Atlanta barre studios offer alternative fitness options
With New Year’s resolutions to satisfy, many are hitting the gym to shed a few pounds and get in better shape. Barre ...
10:10 AM, Wednesday, January 21
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Paulding Fine Arts Association hosting artist, student exh...
Upcoming events by the Paulding Fine Arts Association and The Historic Courthouse Art Gallery and Studios include: - ...
01:57 PM, Tuesday, January 20
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