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    THE ALONZO KING LINES BALLET COMES HOME TO GEORGIA Alonzo King grew up in Albany, in a family whose members were leaders in the civil rights movement. “As a kid, I would see adults holding postures, and their body language was different than the words coming out of their mouths. There seemed to be a ...
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    The Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta shines the spotlight on local artists. Meeting colleagues or friends at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta? Be sure to check out the artwork pre- or post-cocktails. The hotel is displaying original works by local artists across from its Savannah meeting room and inside its restaurant, Park 75. “We have always ...
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    How far would you go to learn to make real Italian pizza? Stephen de Haan and Greg Grant apprenticed themselves to Pizzeria Mattozzi (established in 1830) and Pizzeria Da Attilio in Naples, Italy, for two months earlier this year, and earned certification from the Association of True Napoletana Pizza. Their new eatery, Amalfi Pizza, located ...
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    A musically driven nonprofit is plunking free-to-play pianos down around town. Since August, a butterfly-painted piano has been sitting in Callaway Plaza at the Woodruff Arts Center. Its name is Carly. Feel free to introduce yourself. It’s okay to touch it, even play it. Give a concert if you want. The free public instrument is ...
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    A CHRISTMAS STORY: THE MUSICAL COMES TO THE FOX All the iconic scenes are there—the risqué leg lamp, the ridiculous pink bunny pajamas, the scary department store Santa, the triple-dog-dare at the freezing flagpole and even the next door bloodhounds making off with the turkey. But this time, Ralphie and cast sing and dance their ...