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Truth at a crossroads

So I’m reading an excellent new book from Microcosm Publishing titled Bicycle/Race, written by Dr. Adonia E. Lugo (who helped start the CycLAvia open streets events in Los Angeles years ago) and I’m reminded about something I knew but now am seeing more clearly. 852 more words

More Grilled Cheese, Please

What’s better than a grilled cheese sandwich?  How about five courses of grilled cheese, each paired with a wine by a sommelier?

The table is set. 485 more words

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Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center Opens

The curtain’s about to go up on the metro area’s newest performing arts center. With events scheduled to begin August 7, 2018, the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at City Springs… 553 more words

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Would You Like to Live in Sandy Springs?

I will be hosting an open house this Sunday in Sandy Springs, just off of Peachtree Dunwoody Road. I used to work near here, so I can tell you that’s a very nice area. 46 more words

Food That Rocks

The Taste of Atlanta folks are very busy these days. Not only do they do their signature event every October, they rock the casbah in Sandy Springs with Food That Rocks. 515 more words

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Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center announces inaugural season

It’s time to make plans for the all-new Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at City Springs. The new venue will open its doors this summer for its inaugural season, which will include performances by a variety of artists, kicked-off by a twelve-day opening celebration in August. 784 more words

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Reporter Newspapers: City Springs Performing Arts Center announces opening season

May 29, 2018

The City Springs Performing Arts Center has announced its grand opening – running Aug. 7-19 — and debut season events.

The long-awaited list for Sandy Springs’ new civic center includes some surprise stars, including the Branford Marsalis Quartet, as well as previously announced events ranging from films to Atlanta Ballet and Atlanta Opera performances. 543 more words

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