Fans of Real Housewives of New Jersey will be excited to see Caroline Manzo in town for a book signing at retailer C. Wonder...not only do you get free eats, you can buy and have Caroline sign a copy of her book.
Art lovers can get a great discount on several works by local artists from online gallery, UGallery.com. Discounts are as high as 50 percent off!
C. Wonder: On Thursday, June 27 from 6 - 8 p.m. enjoy free beverages and sweet treats during an appearance and book signing by RHONJ's Caroline Manzo. Manzo will be signing copies of "Let Me Tell You Something," (Harper Collins Publishers, $25). C. Wonder is located in Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road NE. RZVP for the event at email@example.com. Guests will also enjoy a 60 percent off summer sale.
UGallery: This curated online art gallery has lauched Backroom today, a two-week sale which offers up to 50 percent off more than 200 one-of-a-kind works of art. The bi-annual event takes place now through July 7. More than a dozen pieces from local artists are available for purchase in the sale including select works by Atlanta-based Autumn Rose and Hellene Vermillion of Sandy Springs.
The 14 members of the Rome-based Eighth Regiment Band strive for authenticity in every respect. They wear the scratchy uniforms of the era, play period instruments and follow musical arrangements used by Civil War bands.
2014 CRCT results, school-by-school The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia has released the school-level results for the 2014 Criterion-Referenced Competency Test, a standardized test given annually to students in grades 3-8.
See Flashback Fotos on myajc.com for only 99 cents. Visit the MyAJC archives for a historic look at Atlanta from Midtown in the 70s to Auburn Avenue and even life here before traffic jams on the interstates.
Milton police are reopening the investigation into last year’s death of a local concert hall owner following the recent arrest of a high-end call girl from metro Atlanta who California police said injected a Google executive with heroin and left him to die.