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Big Brother Open Casting Call

Big Brother Open Casting Call

Do you want to be on a reality show?  Do you think your personality deserves some camera time?  Can you last a few months with no contact with the outside world in a house with a group of strangers?

Well, the popular reality show "Big Brother" is holding an open casting call here in Atlanta!

Saturday, April 9, 2011 11am-3pm

HARD ROCK CAFE
215 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

 

 

Hapeville Hosts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Hapeville Hosts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Hapeville, GA--  (submited by City of Hapeville)  The Hapeville Association of Tourism and Trade, in partnership with the Hapeville Historical Society, proudly presents Hapeville "Real to Reel" Arts, an Independent Film & Arts Series.

Next following screening is:

April 2nd "Prodigal Sons" 

  • Film Screening & Reception with the film maker 6 p.m. at the Village Church (3418 Dogwood Dr., Hapeville, GA 30354).  Live music!  Light refreshments are served.

Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture Presents: a Workshop for Developing Artists

Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture Presents: a Workshop for Developing Artists

If you are an artist and are looking to learn tips on how to write a well developed,   project proposal, strategies for researching and selecting materials and much more,

You should attend “Professional Development Workshops for Artists.” The workshops held by Fulton County Arts and Culture, will be held on the following dates:

West End Performing Arts Center

945 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard

404.613.6465

Saturday March 19, 2011

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Proposal Writing for Public Art Projects

1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Materials and Maintenance for Public Art Projects

Artists attending the workshops will come away with the following:

Drop Dead Diva: Margaret Cho Gives Dancing a Second Chance

Drop Dead Diva: Margaret Cho Gives Dancing a Second Chance

Drop Dead Diva returns to Lifetime in June and on Friday my intern Courtneywas on set to get the behind the scenes action for the premiere episode to season three, which was taped here in SW Atlanta.

We all saw Margaret Cho as a contestant on “Dancing With The Stars” last season and whether you believed she and her partner Louie should have been voted off early…they were.

 Seeing Margaret dance on set for the first time since her appearance on DWTS was great! She really put some umph into her moves {Go Marg}! I think if she had showed these same moves on the show she just may have remained a little longer {but who knows with those judges}! --  Read More at The Atl Go To Girl Blog <http://theatlgotogirl.wordpress.com>

Culinary Fight Night in Atlanta

 Culinary Fight Night in Atlanta

The CFN was created and developed by brain child Walt Henderson III a Chicago native, CEO of Viodoug Solutions and Philanthropist along with Andrew Hammond of Cox Radio.

This eagerly awaited monthly competition includes two chefs that battle it out in the kitchen right before your very eyes!  Depending on your seating purchase, you either get to satisfyingly taste, or fully indulge in the competing Chef’s THREE course culinary master piece as it is being prepared.  Yes, you are the audience AND you get to participate in the festivities--

READ ALL ABOUT THIS EVENT AT MY BLOG www.VERONICAPEARMAN.com

$10 General Admission Ticket to The Brand New Kid, produced by Synchronicity Theatre ($18 value)

$10 General Admission Ticket to The Brand New Kid, produced by Synchronicity Theatre ($18 value)

ScoopMama.com brings you a wonderful opportunity to see this MUST SEE musical with your family. Don't miss Today's Scoop - this offer ends Thursday night at MIDNIGHT! Please go to www.scoopmama.com to BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! LIMIT 4 PER ORDER!

Councilmember Keisha Bottoms Teaches Financial Responsiblity to Atlanta Youth

Councilmember Keisha Bottoms Teaches Financial Responsiblity to Atlanta Youth

Atlanta, GA--  (submitted by Dexter Chambers)  Atlanta City Councilmember Keisha Lance Bottoms is pleased to host a three-day course designed to teach Atlanta’s youth personal financial responsibility and money management skills that can last a lifetime.

The Youth Financial Literacy Program will equip youth with the necessary critical economic thinking tools needed for tomorrow’s economy.

The free program will be held on Saturdays from February 19 until March 5 at The Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA, 2220 Campbellton Road, S.W. For more information or to register call 404-330-6054 or 404-660-2461 or email kbottoms@atlantaga.gov Space is limited.