Category Archive: Art

Nov 13

Columbus Choral Society Fall Concert at 7:30 Friday

It's time for our Columbus Choral Society fall concert. We'll be singing show tunes! Come listen and enjoy! And hear about the big, historic event we have planned for March. As always, thank you for your support. We love singing together and Read more [...]

Oct 08

Christmas At Atlanta’s Callanwolde Fine Arts Center: Your Home For The Holidays Dec. 6–17, 2013

The joy of the holiday season begins again at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center with “Christmas at Callanwolde,” a spectacular 12-day designer show house event, Dec. 6–17, 2013. Visitors of all ages will enjoy touring the 27,000 square-foot historic Read more [...]

Oct 08

Art, Music And Fun At Pine LakeFest 2013

Beautiful weather, exciting music, inspiring art and a scenic view of the lake were all hallmarks of this year’s annual Pine LakeFest on Oct. 5 & 6, 2013. Now in its 14th year, the festival is a celebration of handmade fine arts and crafts, great Read more [...]

Sep 28

What’s Happening This Weekend In And Around Atlanta

Candler Park Candler Park Fall Festival (Sat. & Sun.) The Candler Park Fall Fest is produced by the Candler Park Neighborhood Organization and includes live bands, over 150 artist booths, a kids area and a 5K Run. Come enjoy the cool blue skies, Read more [...]

Sep 21

Discover The Art Of The Americas At The Michael C. Carlos Museum

The Michael C. Carlos Museum, on the campus of Emory University in East Atlanta, is a history and art lover’s dream. With a collection that dates back to 1876, the Carlos Museum has distinguished itself as one of the Southeast’s premier museums Read more [...]

Sep 11

Abby In The City…Of Columbus

by Abby Hathorn Have you ever seen the Disney version of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?” What is your favorite scene? Mine is the ending, where Snow White is supposedly dead from eating the apple that the mean ole’ nasty witch gave her. Upset Read more [...]

Sep 07

Suzan Adams Enlightens “Dialogue” Listeners

Master gardener. Event planner. Bartender. Teacher. Clearly, Suzan Adams is a woman of many talents. As listeners of this past Thursday’s (9.5.13) “Dialogue” quickly came to realize (as did show host Adele Elliott), with her latest endeavor she Read more [...]

Sep 05

Stone Mountain Village Hosts 5th Annual Oktoberfest Beer & Arts Festival October 12-13, 2013

Stone Mountain Village will host its 5th annual Oktoberfest Beer & Arts Festival on Saturday & Sunday, October 12-13, 2013 at the corner of 6655 James B. Rivers Drive and Main Street in Stone Mountain Village. Main Street Stone Mountain, Read more [...]

Sep 05

Check Out Abby Hathorn And Addie Talley At Columbus’ First Art Walk, Tonight!

That’s right – our very own writer, fashion stylist, and star of “Abby In The City,” Abby Hathorn, is the subject of an art photograph that is included in friend-of-Real-Media Addie Talley’s exhibit at Deep South Pout, all part of Columbus’ Read more [...]

Aug 26

Gimme 5: Five Cool Museums In Atlanta

  High Museum of Art The High Museum of Art is one of the leading art museums in the southeastern United States. Permanent collections include: 19th- and 20th- century American art; European paintings and decorative art; and works by Read more [...]

Aug 25

Atlanta’s Callanwolde Fine Arts Center Offers Beauty Inside And Out

The Callanwolde Fine Arts Center serves DeKalb County as a community events and fine arts center hosting concerts, performances, exhibits and other special events. The Center provides the tranquil setting of a beautifully restored estate, yet offers Read more [...]

Aug 12

Gimme 5: Five Reasons To Love Living In The South

#1 - Food When you take into consideration that the South is known for a wide variety of cooking styles: Barbecue, Cajun, Creole and Soul to name but a few, it is easy to see why many consider the South as the culinary capital of the world. Barbecue Read more [...]

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