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Brookhaven resident pens book encouraging businesswomen
Becky Blalock, the former senior vice president and chief information officer for Atlanta-based Southern Co., now has...
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Atlantic Station’s ice-skating rink opens Saturday
Atlantic Station will open its ice-skating rink Saturday, the mixed-use development announced earlier this month in a...
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Buckhead gallery hosting photography exhibit
Jackson Fine Art, 3115 E. Shadowlawn Ave. in Buckhead, is presenting acclaimed photographer Tierney Gearon’s “COLORSH...
06:31 PM, Tuesday, November 12
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Two Men and a Truck hosting food drive
Through Nov. 22, to help support local families facing a hunger crisis and in need of emergency food support, Two Men...
04:57 PM, Tuesday, November 12
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Callanwolde offers tours of its fine arts center
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, 980 Briarcliff Road, NE, Atlanta, is offering tours of the Callanwolde mansion and esta...
01:27 PM, Tuesday, November 12
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Georgia Shakespeare to host Bard’s Bash Saturday
Georgia Shakespeare will host the 2013 Bard’s Bash Saturday at Zoo Atlanta’s Ford Pavilion. The evening features ente...
06:03 PM, Monday, November 11
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J. Christopher's offering free meals to veterans
In support of our nation’s troops, J. Christopher’s is offering free meals to veterans on Veterans Day, this Monday. ...
01:07 PM, Sunday, November 10
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Pet of the week: Samantha
The Atlanta Humane Society Mansell Campus presents Samantha for the pet of the week spotlight. Samantha is a 6-year-o...
11:53 AM, Friday, November 08
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Vinings resident pens Civil War Book
Marion Blackwell Jr.’s new tome, “Blue Locusts,” may perhaps one day be viewed as a reinvention of nostalgic literatu...
02:53 PM, Thursday, November 07
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Former soldiers reflect on Veterans Day
In advance of Veterans Day, which is Monday, Sy Rosen and Charles Scott sat down to reflect on their respective milit...
02:42 PM, Thursday, November 07
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Alliance Theatre's 'Warrior Class' wows
The Alliance Theatre’s production of “Warrior Class” represents playwright Kenneth Lin’s well-crafted homecoming. Bil...
02:29 PM, Thursday, November 07
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Improv troupe performs at Off Broadway dance studio
Alpharetta resident Brian Chapman and his improv troupe, Playing in Traffic, performed their first show this past Sat...
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Autism in Bartow hosts Ava's Law Rally
Becky Marcus had a “gut feeling” about her identical twin sons when they were less than two years old and although sh...
08:20 PM, Wednesday, November 06
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Bartow County School System names Teacher of the Year
By Monica Burge mburge@neighbornewspapers.com For some, teaching is a profession, for others like Brandie Freeman it ...
08:01 PM, Wednesday, November 06
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Column: Concert to showcase scholarship recipients
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