Audiences from Gwinnett and beyond will find Southern Ballet Theatre’s next production somewhat familiar and very appropriate, considering the weather this week.
A look at visual arts, performing arts and entertainment around Gwinnett and Atlanta.
In remembrance of the Georgia soldiers who have lost their lives serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Fallen Heroes of Georgia 5k run/walk will take place on March 14 at Lake Lanier Islands Resort.
The Hi-Hope Service Center invites you to the 2nd Annual Gwinnett’s Kids Got Talent Show, which will be held on March 28 at Central Gwinnett High School from 6 to 9 p.m.
This week’s lunch menus for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of recent health scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
Château Élan Winery’s Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve was awarded Double Gold at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition in January.
The internal customer is a well-intended concept that drives mediocrity. Real customers are the people who pay you, and use your services; they’re the people that everyone in your organization should focus on.
Old, proud men are more worried about pulling their own weight than getting something for nothing.
Diversity on display is how I describe the ongoing art exhibits at the Gwinnett County libraries.
GA SPCA in Suwanee’s pet in need of a good home this week is Ryan.
The money is for dental sealants on first and second permanent molars and health education programs, and it comes from The Renaissance Family Foundation, an affiliate of Renaissance Dental. A recent event at the school was designed to focus on oral health education for students and teachers, including lesson plans, tooth tips, posters and videos.
The Daily Post gives readers a quick look at what’s happening in their cities.
Every Sunday, the Daily Post gives readers new opportunities to volunteer with organizations in Gwinnett.
The five tandems are believed to be the most at one school across Gwinnett County Public Schools. There are two mother-daughter pairings and three spouse tandems at a school where hiring family members is meaningful to Principal Richard Holland.
- THE DISH: Jilly's Cupcakery
- By Venue Music — February 27, 2015
- ART BEAT: Southern Ballet Theatre presents 'Frozen' and a calendar of summer fun
- MOVIE REVIEW: 'Leviathan' a long, drawn-out art-house film
- Movie Trivia Contest — Feb. 27, 2015
- MOVIE REVIEW: 'Focus' an unfocused failure
- By Venue Arts and Entertainment — February 27, 2015
- DISC SPOT: 'Whiplash' — Blu-ray
- Duluth graduate returns home as a castmember in the hit musical 'Wicked'
- The Atlanta Opera's 'Rigoletto' brings lavish costume designs to Cobb Energy stage
- Attorney, supporters throw Hail Marys for Kelly Gissendaner
- At the Gwinnett science and engineering fair, nervous energy, excitement fills the air
- Gwinnett Tech professor killed in Loganville wreck
- Fatal wreck reported in Loganville area
- Sheriff Butch Conway given Humane Society award for animal advocacy
- Norcross and Buford getting $148,000 from ARC for connectivity planning
- New Mizuno running product VP approaches job, training the same way
- Gwinnett County Schools explains decision to have school on Thursday
- Nash announces first of four county government town hall meetings
- Gwinnett County seeing garbage delays because of weather issues