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48% off Tickets to Motherhood The Musical at 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value) 8PM shows, Sept 22-29

48% off Tickets to Motherhood The Musical at 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value) 8PM shows, Sept 22-29

There’s nothing better than sharing the trials and tribulations of motherhood with your closest gal pals. Pile into the minivan and treat you and your girlfriends to the perfect Mama’s Night Out. CLICK HERE TO SAVE 48% off tickets to “Motherhood The Musical®” at the 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value)!

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The Ugly Duckling Returns to Center for Puppetry Arts

 The Ugly Duckling Returns to Center for Puppetry Arts
Beloved Tale of Self-Discovery Charms Audiences
 
 
The Center for Puppetry Arts presents a whimsical production of The Ugly Duckling from August 18 – September 18, 2011.

"Movies in the Park" - Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY

"Movies in the Park" - Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY

Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY
MOVIES IN THE PARK in Grant Park welcomes free fun for the entire family!

Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum continues its Inaugural Four-Year Civil War Series “The American Civil War: One-Hundred-Fifty Years Later” with “Movies in the Park” an outdoor movie screening in Grant Park. Friday, August 12 at dusk, Grant Park is the location for the rescheduled screening of “GLORY”.

BEST SPOTS: The Tabernacle

ATLANTA -- It has played host to many international rock stars, soul singers and stand-up comics; it's  Atlanta's oldest concert venue and it started out as a church. This week, the Where U Live team spoke with booker Adam Cohon about the history of the Tabernacle.

BEST SPOTS: Movies in the Park

BEST SPOTS: Movies in the Park

ATLANTA – As the summer wraps up students and parents are thinking of ways to enjoy their summer “to the last drop”. During the summer, many communities hosted free movie viewing at public parks. The screenings are designed to encourage family bonding time and fellowship.

People say watching movies in the park or under the stars is relaxing.

Local Art Gallery, Author and Miss America Bring the Story of Rwanda Alive in African Exhibit

Local Art Gallery, Author and Miss America Bring the Story of Rwanda Alive in African Exhibit

 

The story of any culture is found in the artwork of its people.  Humanitarian and Author, Linda Cox has partnered with Kirsten Halgund, a humanitarian and media personality also crowned Miss America 2008 to bring the experience of the beautiful culture of Rwanda to Emerging Art Scene Gallery in Castleberry Hill in an exhibit called MARKET RWANDA.  Set for Sunday,  July 31st from 4pm – 7pm, the market will include a distinctive collection of  beautiful handmade jewelry, home décor and a book signing complete with a brief video and storytelling about the author’s Rwandan friends, Simon & Kedress Nziramakenga who are also characters in the author’s children’s book, They Had to Run.