Atlanta drum corps members march in DCI Southeast CompetitionSome of the world’s most elite drum and bugle corps showed up and showed out in Atlanta this weekend for the Drum Corps International Southeast Championship.
Clayton County's Teen Arts Intensive program gives kids a summer boostKids ages 13 to 18 are getting some intense training in Clayton County's Teen Arts Intensive program, which includes hands-on instruction in visual arts, music, theater, creative writing and film.
Micro Forests To Combat Climate Change As More People Move To Tampa BayNearly 1,000 people are moving to Florida every single day and local nonprofits are working to combat climate change happening as a result of that rapid growth rate.
Atlanta celebrates restoration of African American Burial Grounds at Oakland CemeteryAs we head toward the Juneteenth holiday, the City of Atlanta is celebrating the first large-scale restoration of the African American Burial Grounds at the Historic Oakland Cemetery in more than a century.
'Save the Video Store' Immersive 90s Experience in Marietta through June 12If you’re feeling nostalgic and you’re fond of that all-time favorite Blockbuster video store, you’ll get kick out of an experience currently happening in Marietta. Save the Video Store is an immersive experience, where you can play a role in your favorite 90s movie.
Investing in Atlanta's arts communityAtlanta’s art community has faced some unique challenges over the years, especially during the pandemic. Mayor Andre Dickens met with local artists at a gallery on Wednesday to share how the current election will decide the fate of millions of dollars set aside to support them.
ComfiArt Helps Black, Indigenous Artists Master The Art Of BusinessBlack-owned ComfiArt provides resources and closes the equity gap for Black and other minority artists.
Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Education Program Is Expanding After Foundation SupportIn addition to presenting high-quality professional productions and plentiful artistic opportunities for artists of color, Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe is committed to arts education that utilizes the organization’s authentic voice to celebrate Black achievements, history and culture. While its education outreach efforts have grown organically over the past six years, an investment by an area foundation will seed significant growth of its education programming.
St. Petersburg Breaks Top U.S. Cities Where Latinos Are ThrivingAs we approach the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, new data is being released on cities where Latinos are said to be thriving and Tampa Bay just made that list.
Bucs, Cowboys Fans Share Message Before KickoffFootball season just kicked off here in Tampa Bay. CW44 News visited the 2021 NFL Kickoff Experience at Julian B. Lane Park Thursday ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys at Raymond James Stadium under the lights.
Local Military Veteran Turns DIY Idea Into Sports HobbyWhatever you decide to call it, just don’t call it a job. After being diagnosed with cancer, one local military veteran is using woodworking as a hobby to help find peace and support his local teams.
Hillsborough Cty. Teacher Creates 'Little Libraries' For Students During PandemicA Hillsborough County teacher says she became "joyfully empowered" by books and wants to pass that same motivation on to students without quick access.
Local Teachers Use Dogs to Promote Mental HealthAs Hillsborough County students prepare for school next week, so are teachers. But after a difficult year dealing with the mental impacts of Coronavirus, teachers say they’re looking for an alternative way to start the year. And dog-gone it, they just figured it out!
Tampa Bay Area Biker Event Expected To Cultivate Economic GrowthFollowing a successful event last summer, renowned bikers are returning to Tampa Bay and expected to make a much-needed economic impact for Hillsborough County.
Tampa Bay Students Adjust Career Paths Based On COVID-19 ImpactLocal educators are hinting at the future of what the Tampa Bay workforce could look like and how students are now choosing to adjust their career paths based the COVID-19 pandemic.