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Wow – it is 5:40 and I just saw that the Georgia Center for the Book is hosting an author event not to be missed. Dana Greene, Dean Emerita of Emory University’s Oxford College has a new literary biography, Denise … Continue reading
If you are not into goblins and ghosts and Halloween events this weekend, Woodlands Garden is throwing their last act of the musical season on Sunday, Oct. 28. Come to the pavilion from 2-4 p.m. and enjoy an afternoon with Danny Feig-Sandoval … Continue reading
The Decatur Arts Festival came and went over Memorial Day weekend but the arts are still alive and thriving in downtown Decatur. Plan to spend your Sunday afternoon on June 3 with two free & fabulous arts-related events. First, the … Continue reading
There is just something fun about tap dancing – whether you are dancing or watching. I can’t help but smile and tap my toes along with the beat. Thanks to Decatur City Dance for providing the opportunity to see the … Continue reading
Sunday, February 26 promises to be a day full of activities in the City of Decatur and the musical options range from opera to the blues with plenty of tasty town fare and shopping inbetween. The Atlanta Opera is bringing a community … Continue reading
Give a big Decatur welcome to Sherry Jackman, Decatur’s very first Visitors Center Manager. Didn’t know Decatur had a Visitors Center? That’s ok – it’s not officially open yet. Sherry just started this week and is busy getting everything ready and in … Continue reading
Normally, I do not like to leave Decatur. However, a press release from the Church of the Epiphany describing their special exhibit of over 250 creches intrigues me. My daughter collects nativity sets and I think we are going to have … Continue reading