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7 Stages and 'Theater of the Dream' Celebrate Partnership With New Play

by Phil Bolton | August 30, 2015 With the delivery of its new play due Sept. 11 the Francophone theater company, Théâtre du Rêve (Theatre of the Dream), entered into a timely conjugal “cohorts in cahouts” alliance with the 7 Stages Theatre Co. on Aug. 22. More
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Zoo Atlanta's CEO Bags Buildings, Not Animal Trophies

by Phil Bolton | August 5, 2015 The interplay between hunting and conservation can catch Raymond King, president and CEO of Zoo Atlanta, in the crosshairs of those who are appalled by the killing of lions such as Cecil in Zimbabwe and the hunters themselves. More
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TomorrowWorld to Hold Job Fair Aug. 7-8 in Fairburn

by Phil Bolton | August 4, 2015 TomorrowWorld, the “fairy tale”  electronic-dance-music event that expects to attract more than 160,000 enthusiasts to Chattahoochee Hills in south Fulton County, Sept. 26-27, is to hold a job fair on Aug. 7-8, at the Cedar Grove Community Center in Fairburn. More
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Dental Charity Partners With Peace Corps in Guyana

Atlanta-based Kool Smiles, a charity that provides dental care in underserved communities mostly across the U.S., has partnered with the U.S. Peace Corps to send 400 dental kits to children in a rural village in the South American nation of Guyana.  More
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The High's New Director Brings Global Scope and Community Commitment

by Phil Bolton | July 29, 2015 The High Museum of Art has announced that Randall Suffolk, the current director and president of the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Okla., has been appointed its Nancy and Holcomb T. Green Jr. director succeeding Michael E. Shapiro, who is retiring on July 31. Mr. Suffolk is to assume his position at the High on Nov. 2. More