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Being creative with activities during the summer break can be difficult. But you’ll be prepared with these following best for exhibits in Atlanta tailored for kids.
Today on Real Talk with Rashad Richey our special guests were Bernard Kinsey, Khalil Kinsey, founders of the Kinsey Collection and Candi Moore of Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo and The Kinsey Collection have partnered to […]
From the natural history that shaped the land to the cultural history that shaped its people, Atlanta’s museums offer a leisurely, enlightening and delightful walk through time.
While it’s important to remember the trials of the past, it is also possible to make this March a celebration for women.
February is Black History Month and Atlanta has many events scheduled to help the public celebrate.
New Historical Exhibit “Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: How the Word Is Passed Down” Opens at Atlanta History Center
As you make your plans for Black History Month, be sure to include a visit to the Atlanta History Center for a moving new traveling exhibit, Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: How the Word Is Passed […]
Easter in Atlanta offers up a ton of family-friendly events and happenings in 2012. So, grab the baskets, load up the kids and head out to one of these time-honored Easter traditions in and around Atlanta. Don’t forget to take the camera to capture those colorful memories.
March is Women’s History Month and there are tons of great places in Atlanta to see and appreciate some historic moments and lives.
During the month of February cities around the nation celebrate Black History Month, and Atlanta is proud to showcase some of its most historic African American sites and programs.
There are great things in Atlanta that are sure to please even the most indifferent tween around.