A painting of Sir Winston Churchill in his art studio in Chartwell, England.  

AmericasCulture

Expanded Atlanta Flight Plays Key Role in Bahamas Tourism Push

by Trevor Williams | March 24, 2015 When Delta Air Lines Inc. upped its weekly nonstop flight to Grand Bahama Island to daily service last fall, tourism officials didn’t see the move simply as a seasonal increase in frequencies.  More
EuropeCulture

Churchill Exhibit Brings Visitors, $3.4 Million Impact to Georgia

by Trevor Williams | March 23, 2015 An exhibition of Sir Winston Churchill’s paintings brought in 34,400 visitors, one in four from outside the state, boosting the Georgia economy by $3.4 million so far, according to estimates released by the Millennium Gate Museum. More
EuropeCulture

Atlanta Magazine Profiles City's German Community

by Trevor Williams | March 18, 2015 A recent Atlanta Magazine article outlines the history of German education and culture in Atlanta over the last 30 years, developing a community that will make employees at the new Mercedes-Benz headquarters “feel right at home.”  More
EuropeCulture

'American Dream' Gets a Boost From St. Patrick

by Phil Bolton | March 13, 2015 Donald Keough's legacy popped up at a breakfast meeting of the Irish Chamber of Atlanta Friday featuring Ireland's prime minister, Enda Kenny and Jalia Carlton-Carew, the 16-year-winner of the chamber's essay contest on “The Meaning of St. Patrick's Day.” More
AfricaCulture

Kennesaw State's Ebola Relief Concert to Feature Acclaimed Sierra Leone Band

by Phil Bolton | March 11, 2015 Sierra Leone's Refugee All-Stars, which is composed of musicians who have received accolades from Paul McCartney, Keith Richards and Ice Cube among many others, are to perform at Kennesaw State University on March 21 in a fundraiser to continue the efforts of Medecins Sans Frontiers (Doctors Without Borders) to contain the outbreak of the Ebola virus. More