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


A 'Go Eat Give' Cultural Tour of Cuba

by Barbara Rose Barbara Rose, president of the consulting firm for non-profits, New Generation Partnerships Inc., visited Cuba on a Nov. 8-16 Go Eat Give tour of the country. More

Czech Honorary Consul General Novak Honored in Prague

by Phil Bolton | November 14, 2014 Atlanta's honorary consul general of the Czech Republic, George Novak, received the republic's Medal of Merit First Class during ceremonies held Oct. 28 at the Prague Castle celebrating the 96th anniversary of Czechoslovakia. More

Missionary Rescue in the Congo Recalled During Kiwanis Veterans Day Luncheon

by Phil Bolton | November 12, 2014 In tribute of Veterans Day Nov. 11, Kiwanian William “Mack” Secord recalled the joint U.S.-Belgium rescue mission of white hostages and a number of Congolese whose lives were threatened 50 year ago by the violence in war-torn Stanleyville, (today known as Kisangani), in what’s now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. More

Fernbank’s Winter Wonderland Once Again to Honor International Cultures

by Trevor Williams | November 10, 2014 Fernbank Museum of Natural History is bringing back “Winter Wonderland”, an exhibition partnering with the local international community to honor holiday traditions around the world.  More

Minister: Irish Arts Drive Economy, Cultural Legacy

by Trevor Williams | November 7, 2014 Ireland’s famous culture is helping the country bounce back from its debt crisis, but supporting the arts is about more than cold economic analysis, an Irish cabinet official said in Atlanta this week.  More