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Things to do in and around Atlanta on Monday, Nov. 12

Enjoy fall days with a stroll or take in a new exhibit at the Bremen Museum. Here are some ideas to start your week:

Explore the Fernbank Forest

There are more than two miles of path in the 65-acre Fernbank Forest. Enjoy views of the natural landscape while listening to songbirds and watching for animals. Fernbank Forest has some rugged and steep areas but can accommodate a slow or brisk stroll for walkers of all ages and experience levels. Forest access is available during museum hours and is included in the price of admission. $18-$20. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fernbank Museum of Natural History, 767 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta. 404-492-5293, fernbankmuseum.org.

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Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra at Variety Playhouse

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Ottmar Liebert is a German guitarist and songwriter known for his Spanish-influenced, easy-listening music.

In 1989 Liebert, a five-time Grammy Award nominee, founded the first incarnation of his band Luna Negra (black moon)

8 p.m. Nov. 12. $35-$50. Variety Playhouse, 1099 Euclid Ave. NE, Atlanta. www.variety-playhouse.com.

The new exhibit exploring the magazine, titled “Vedem Underground: The Secret Magazine of the Terezin Ghetto (1942-1944),” opened recently at the Breman Museum in Atlanta.PROVIDED BY THE BREMEN MUSEUM (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

‘Vedem Underground’ at the Bremen Museum

In 1942, a secret group of teenage boys produced an underground magazine while imprisoned inside the walls of the Terezin Ghetto, a Czechoslovakian show camp designed by the Nazis to hide their plans of mass extermination.

Living in what was previously a classroom, the boys found a typewriter and started documenting the daily life and struggles inside the 18th-century walled fortress about 40 miles north of Prague. The publication also revealed the inner thoughts of teenagers through poetry, illustrations, even jokes.

The title of the magazine is at the top in black ink and large — Vedem, which means “in the lead” in Czech.

A powerful new exhibit exploring the magazine, titled “Vedem Underground: The Secret Magazine of the Terezin Ghetto (1942-1944),” opened recently at the Breman Museum in Atlanta. Recommended for visitors at least 10 years old.

Through March 10. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday. $4-$12; free for children under 3 and members. Breman Museum, 1440 Spring St. NW, Atlanta. 678-222-3700, thebreman.org.

Check the weather and traffic before you go out. 

For other entertainment ideas, go to our weekly podcast about the arts and entertainment, accessAtlanta. You can download it from iTunes, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts.

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