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Historic Dargan House Shines in Midtown

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“Among the substantial citizens and trustworthy business men of Atlanta is Milton Dargan.” This is the way a 1917 biography described the man who built one of Piedmont Avenue’s most impressive homes. Located on the east side of the busy [...]

 

Website Offers Self-Guided Tours of Atlanta Street Art

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Art Rudick says he always had an interest in art but never had the talent to be an actual artist. He did design and build furniture for a few years, but after one woodworking accident too many Rudick said his [...]

 

DeKalb Public Library Kicks Off Summer Youth Reading Program

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The DeKalb Public Library kicked off its annual summer reading program with a party at the Tucker Recreation Center that included singing and dancing with Mr. Jason of Jason’s Music Party and infor-mation on this year’s theme Libraries Rock!   [...]

 

Stone Mountain Lasershow Spectacular: Summer Show in 35th Year

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Summer begins Thursday June 21 at 3:08 am but that’s a technicality. A sure sign that the season’s begun is after Memorial Day weekend, when the Stone Mountain Lasershow Spectacular is shown every night in June conditions permitting, and on [...]

 

Music from the Vatican Coming to Midtown

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It’s a long way across space and time, but the Sistine Chapel Choir, one of the oldest liturgical musical groups in history still in existence, will perform at the Fox Theatre on July 3. Officially known as the Ca-pella Musicale [...]

 

A Cow Lives In Piedmont Heights

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At 566 Pelham Road in Piedmont Heights, at the intersection with Montgomery Ferry Road, stands a cow quietly gazing out of the trees. A bit startling at first, until one realizes it is a full-sized statue of a Holstein. No, [...]

 

Spring Countdown for The Peachtree

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For the community of AJC Peachtree Road Race participants, spring is the season to train for one of the pre-eminent annual summer events in the ATL. This spring I’m preparing for my 40th consecutive Peachtree, for which I am so [...]

 

Spring Break Ideas: Nine Ways to Get Families Outdoors

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With Spring Break just around the corner, Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites offer many ways for families to enjoy the outdoors on a budget. From sleeping under the stars to paddling under a full moon, Georgia’s State Parks have [...]

 

Featuring New Dog Park Agility Equipment

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The Piedmont Park Conservancy is excited to announce the newest feature installed in the Piedmont Park large dog park; a brand new agility course!   The course was graciously donated to the Piedmont Park Dog Parks by 16-year-old Ansley Park [...]

 

Marist Alum is NFL Coach of the Year

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As the pro football postseason ended with the Super Bowl this past February, the NFL announced that Sean McVay, a graduate of Marist in Brookhaven, is the league’s Coach of the Year. It’s all the more impressive because he’s the [...]

 
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