Let’s be honest, ladies. While our purses may look chic and well-kept on the outside, the inside is a whole different story. If your cell, lipstick, wallet, keys or sunglasses are getting lost in that black hole of a purse, the Purseket may be your saving grace. With three different size options, the Purseket features […]
Archives for June 2008
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra General Manager of Popular Venues Clay Schell may be new to the classical music world – he joined the ASO in December 2007 – but he’s been in the entertainment business since 1977.
For 20 years, Atlanta has been the home of the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF), a year-round celebration of the art and culture of African descendants in America. This month, the NBAF is presenting a wide variety of unique exhibits, concerts and lectures to entertain and educate festival goers.
In Atlanta, less than half of all inner-city students graduate high school. Throughout America, barely half of the students in the 50 biggest cities graduate. Ironically, the best solution cities have discovered is something that’s being eliminated from many public schools: arts education …
Three Georgia-born Color Purple actors talk about being on tour with the show and how it feels to be coming home.