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


Kula Project Builds Communities Through Farming in Rwanda

by Rebecca Smith The Kula Project, a nonprofit organization based in Marietta, in October will kick off an agricultural project in Rwanda it hopes will change the landscape of coffee farming in the East African nation, boosting entire communities in the process.  More

Japanese Cuisine to Be Showcased at JapanFest Sept. 20-21

by Phil Bolton | September 9, 2014 Since this year’s JapanFest is to feature “Washoku,” the art of preparing, eating and understanding traditional food in Japan, it seems appropriate that a prominent role be given to Ryosuke Murakami, the Japan consul general’s personal chef. More

Hub Brings Pub: Ireland Flights Helped Attract Fado to Atlanta in 1996

With a significant Irish community now, Atlanta seems to make sense as Irish pub chain Fado’s headquarters for the U.S. More

Bierfest to Bring German Community Together Again

by Trevor Williams | August 22, 2014 It’s no secret that German investment is crucial to Georgia’s economy, but the country’s cultural impact is often missed. More

'RestringHaiti' Provides Repaired Instruments to Haitian Music Students

by Phil Bolton | August 20, 2014 On Jan. 12, 2010, Lizzy Sandlin was a 12-year-old eighth grader at the Atlanta International School busily studying the courses required on the international baccalaureate diploma track and practicing the viola, her instrument of choice. More