In ancient Egypt, cats ruled and dogs drooled. The Michael C. Carlos Museum on the Emory University campus gathers 90 objects from Egypt and elsewhere to show how. They explore "wild and domestic cats and dogs, feline and canine deities, animal burial practices, and luxury items decorated with feline and canine features." $8; students, children ages 6-17, $6; free for children ages 5 and younger; Michael C. Carlos Museum, 571 S.Kilgo Circle, Atlanta. 404-727-4282, carlos.emory.edu.
BRAVES Vs ROCKIES AT SUNTRUST PARK
the first of three games against the Colorado team; 7:35 p.m.. . . Braves Vs Rockies, 7:35 p.m., $6-97; SunTrust Park, 755 Battery Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30339, www.mlb.com/braves/ballpark
‘HOW BLACK MOTHERS SAY I LOVE YOU’ AT HORIZON THEATRE
Black daughters dealing with a mother's mortality, with gender and sexuality and with each other, all are part of "How Black Mothers Say I Love You" at the intimate Horizon Theatre through Aug. 26. tickets start start at $25; Horizon Theatre, 1083 Austin Avenue, Atlanta; 404-523-1477, www.horizontheatre.com/
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