From Stone Mountain Park to Centennial Olympic Park, DeKalb families have plenty of choices for celebrating this year’s Fourth of July, the United States' 243rd birthday.
Broadway vocalist Charles Holt and Shakespearean actor Gerald C. Rivers will star in "Martin and Music" on Feb. 21 at the Porter Sanford Center Performing Arts Center.
Keisha Jackson’s One Voice Music Group will perform with Still Waters Youth Sinfo-Nia of Metropolitan Atlanta Orchestra at its 29th Annual Holiday Concert Celebration on Dec. 9.
‘Tis the season and Clarkston’s citywide craft holiday extravaganza on Dec. 8 will delight with a daylong Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair and the city’s annual Tree Lighting in the evening.
Cast members of Stepp Stewart’s “A Soulful Christmas” will perform Nov. 27 at DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson’s community Christmas Tree Lighting in Decatur.
Kids can chow down with Santa and take photos with the jolly fella at FODAC’s Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 8 at the Marriott Evergreen Conference Resort in Stone Mountain Park.
Families celebrating Thanksgiving in Georgia can go all out with the knowledge that AAA and Budweiser are offering free rides if they imbibe too much.
The kicks, lifts and hip movements drew squeals of delight from the audience, and when nine DeKalb officials and their professional dancers were done on Oct. 20, Porter Sanford Performing Arts Center director David Emanuel and his dance partner Shalay Johnson of Infinite Dance Theater walked…
Families can enjoy the great outdoors on Oct. 27 at a Fall Festival at the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve in Stonecrest.
Academy Award winner and pioneering Louis Gossett Jr. received the Phoenix Award, Atlanta’s highest honor, on Oct. 2 from Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms for a life-time of remarkable stage, film and television performances and for breaking down barriers.
Atlanta’s beloved radio personality Sasha the Diva is going national as part of the syndicated Rick and Sasha show that will air live mornings starting Jan. 7.
The models who will strut their stuff at the sixth annual CrossRoadsNews Seniors/Baby Boomers Fashion Show at the Mall at Stonecrest on Oct. 13 includes octogenarians, but please don’t hold their age against them.
Ten DeKalb “celebrities” will be dancing for the DeKalb Stars Trophy on Oct. 20 at the Porter Sanford Performing Arts Center in Decatur.
Makers of dolls, clothes, jewelry and other accessories can register now for the Friends of Stonecrest Library’s Oct. 6 “Christmas in October” Craft Expo.
Thousands of arts and craft lovers will descend on Stone Mountain Park for the 50th Yellow Daisy Festival taking place Sept. 6-9.
The 2018 AJC Decatur Book Festival, which attracts tens of thousands to the historic Decatur Square over the Labor Day Weekend, needs volunteers – a lot of them.
New and experienced quilters can join the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild on Aug. 18 for its monthly meet-up at the Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library in Decatur.
Fans of the outdoors can join Arabia Mountain Heritage Area’s first-ever Daisy Days Triple Hike across Arabia Mountain, Panola Mountain and Stone Mountain on Sept. 30, but only if they register now.
Ninety-one-year-old Patsy Moon, who left Flat Rock and DeKalb County in the 1950s because of racism and segregation, will be the guest of honor at an Aug. 24 reception for an upcoming exhibit about the community that will open February 2019 at the DeKalb History Center.
A harpist, a vocalist, an opera composer and a sassy saxophonist will headline “An Evening of Elegance” at Lou Walker Senior Center on July 19.
DeKalb teens and adults interested in career in metro Atlanta’s growing entertainment industry can sample a range of workshops in film, television and digital media this summer and fall for a nominal fee.
Families can participate in the 2018 Sam Randle Memorial Archery Tournament on July 28 at Panola Mountain State Park, but they have to register now because space is limited.
DeKalb’s most patriotic place – Stone Mountain Park – is preparing a week full of celebration for America’s birthday with its annual Fantastic Fourth Celebration taking place July 1-7.
Families can celebrate July 4 with colonial games and skills, prizes, music, and musket and cannon firings at Fort Morris Independence Day Colonial Faire in Midway, Ga., or experience Cannons Across the Marsh at Fort King George in Darien, Ga.
Residents, family and friends will be celebrating America’s birthday at Avondale Estates' annual 4th of July festivities, which the city calls “a time-honored tradition.”
Atlanta and the Southeast’s biggest fireworks display has a new location this year – International Plaza and the greenspace around the World Congress Center, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and Philips Arena.
Active kids and adults can put some steps into the two-day celebrations of the nation’s birth at Panola Mountain State Park’s Fireworks Hike on July 3 and July 4.
Poets, spoken word artists, dancers, drummers and choirs will showcase their talents at the DeKalb NAACP's second annual Juneteenth “Celebration of Freedom” on June 16 at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center.
Aspiring and amateur chess players can learn how to play chess or hone their skills on June 4 and 11 at the Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library in Decatur.
Possible thunderstorms are not stopping Atlanta DeKalb Carnival organizers from going ahead with their planned 10-hour program of festivities in Stonecrest on Saturday.
A sea of spectacular costumes, feathers the color of the rainbow, and thousands of masqueraders gyrating to the sweet sounds of steel drums are headed to Stonecrest on May 26 for Atlanta DeKalb Carnival.
Over 100 seniors partied on Candler Road May 3, dancing and cheering in the midday sun to a live DJ set and a Little Richard impersonator before savoring a buffet lunch.