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Food Truck Friday The Downtown Dallas Merchants Association will host Food Truck Friday this Friday, Sept. 19, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Main Street in downtown Dallas. It also is planned for Oct. 10. The event will feature live entertainment in the Cou...

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Buckhead Theatre hosts popular musicians this fall
This fall season, the Buckhead Theatre will present an array of shows and concerts for any taste. This Saturday, the ...
06:35 PM, Thursday, October 18
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North Paulding celebrates Homecoming week
A parade was part of a full week of Homecoming activities at North Paulding High School, which ended with the footbal...
04:42 PM, Thursday, October 18
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First aerobatic airplane ride incites thrill for aviation
“OK, so the only three things you have to remember are: unbuckle your seat belt, get out of the plane and pull the ri...
03:22 PM, Thursday, October 18
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Milton Roundup evolving in its sixth year
What started in 2007 as a volunteer-driven event to celebrate the founding of the city of Milton has become an annual...
12:41 PM, Wednesday, October 17
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Dogs rule at historical society’s Rucker Fest
Roswell’s historic town square is going to the dogs Sunday. “In celebration of the publishing of our new book, ‘Rucke...
12:37 PM, Wednesday, October 17
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Landscape architect to speak on healthy outdoor living
Mary Palmer Dargan believes in making gardening and outdoor living attainable to people in every stage of life. She i...
12:25 PM, Wednesday, October 17
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Rock n’ roll to help first responders
AC/DC tribute band Back in Black will rock Sandy Springs’ Ship and Anchor Pub on Sunday during the second HeroRock fu...
11:29 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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Cirque du Soleil to bring human evolution show to Atlanta
Sixty-two Cirque du Soleil performers from 17 different countries are taking the stage Oct. 26 to kick off “Totem,” a...
11:07 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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ALS families walk to fundraise, remember
Andie Goodrich’s father, Louis Evans, died in October 2008 of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), otherwise known as...
09:46 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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5K to benefit American Lung Association
Ghouls and ghosts will haunt and abound at the American Lung Association’s Halloween Hustle 5K run/walk Oct. 27. The ...
09:18 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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Halloween activites abound in north Fulton
Candy and costumes take a starring role Oct. 31, and north Fulton has a plethora of events to get kids — and adults —...
09:01 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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Student Leadership Johns Creek empowers, teaches high scho...
High school students often have a lot on their minds with classes, extra-curricular activities, jobs and applying for...
08:57 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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‘Visitability’ important to residents with disabilities
Steps to an entryway and bathroom doors that swing in and not out may seem normal for some, but CEO of Para/Quad Serv...
08:52 AM, Wednesday, October 17
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Annual Cowboy Festival and Symposium comes to Booth Wester...
It has been nearly 10 years since the Booth Western Art Museum kicked off its annual Cowboy Festival and Symposium. O...
02:22 PM, Tuesday, October 16
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Tellus Science Museum kicks off capital campaign
Tellus Science Museum kicked off a $1.2 million Vision for the Future campaign during an exclusive luncheon hosted by...
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