Magic wands, tiaras and glass slippers are coming to Town Center Stage for Suwanee Performing Arts’ 2014 Broadway in the Park production.
Daily Post Film Fans review the film “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Michael Clark spotlights the DVD/Blu-ray release of the film “Dom Hemingway.”
A profile on the Norcross restaurant Loving Hut.
It would probably be safe to say that if Yves Saint Laurent was still alive and able to watch the movie about his life that bears his name, he wouldn’t be very pleased. Like a spurned ex-lover, the film has a big case of selective memory and most of it is unflattering.
While not quite as impressive as his debut (“Garden State”), director/co-writer/leading man Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here” is a poignant story that will connect with diverse audiences on multiple levels. It’s very good and not great because Braff takes more chances than he did with “Garden State” and on occasion he loses his focus and gets a tad too twee for his own good.
Test your film knowledge with these questions. One lucky participant will win a prize pack.
Science defines culture as “the cultivation of bacteria, tissue cells, etc., in an artificial medium containing nutrients.” The same principle applies to business. Culture is the cultivation of the human beliefs swirling and growing in the petri dish labeled: your organization.
Now that Georgia’s controversial gun-carry legislation has taken effect, hospitals across the state are trying to figure out how to respond to it.
The Extension office receives more calls from residents on tomatoes than any other vegetable. The plants suffer from a variety of diseases and disorders.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education recently reaffirmed the accreditation status for PCOM and GA-PCOM, while the PCOM School of Pharmacy advanced from candidate accredited status to accredited status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, which sets standards for the education of pharmacists to prepare them for the delivery of pharmacist-provided patient care.
Deal says immunization is a simple way to help keep kids healthy.
Piedmont Healthcare in Atlanta announced Friday that it has joined the MD Anderson Cancer Network.
With a staff of stitchers, along with volunteers, costume designer Sydney Roberts has created an estimated one hundred full costumes and several hundred costume accessories for the Aurora Theatre’s production of “Mary Poppins.”
When I look at all we “know” about people through social media and Internet mining, I can’t help but think about Sofie, one of my adult ESOL students at Meadowcreek.
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Home and Garden
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