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Oakland Cemetery welcomes all for Golden Hour
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Oakland Cemetery welcomes all for Golden Hour

By Richard Harker This spring Historic Oakland Foundation (HOF) at Oakland Cemetery and creative agency Dashboard U.S. explore light, life, and death at Arts at Oakland presents: Golden Hour, an arts exhibition that opens at historic Oakland Cemetery on May 19. “Often, sunrise and sunset conjure metaphors of life, death, […]

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Tiny School Takes on Very Large Garden

By Pamela Summers Showalter Have you wondered about the growing piles of wood chips under the Georgia Power lines on Boulevard in Chosewood Park? If so, the answer is that St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy is pioneering a garden on that land under the power lines where there is no water […]

Artist, actor, and playwright Walker Davis is showing his artwork at the East Atlanta Library
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Artist Brings Vintage Horror and More

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]By Henry Bryant Walker Davis has been an artist and creative person all his life. His art will be on display at the gallery wall of the East Atlanta Library with an opening reception Friday night October 20, starting at 6:00pm. (See “Spooky Art Party” elsewhere […]

BATL Changes Bring New Volunteer Opportunities
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BATL Changes Bring New Volunteer Opportunities

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]For 10 years BATL (The Battle of Atlanta Commemoration Organization) held an annual event that grew into a full week of programs each July, Since 2015, the year after the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Atlanta, the organization has been offering programs throughout  the year and […]