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Stretch that weekend feeling with a yoga class at Distillery of Modern Art, an amalgamation of a distillery, gallery, event space, covered patio, and cocktail lounge that is located in the heart of Chamblee. On Sunday, June 25th beginning at 11 a.m., Cherri McCallister, owner of breathe.yoga studio will host a traditional yoga class welcoming all skill levels at the beautiful, art-filled space.… Read More »
Learn the art of the tease with Boudoir Burlesque at Distillery of Modern Art on Sunday, June 25th from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Critically celebrated and award-winning teachers from The Atlanta School of Burlesque will start by walking burlesque beginners through the fundamentals of the sensual dance style. Welcoming all skill levels, Zara Estelle will teach Burlesque movements and walks, leaving participants loving their bodies and the new moves they learned.… Read More »
Unlock the secrets of pastry perfection at Distillery of Modern Art on Wednesday, June 21, 2023 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Acclaimed pastry chef Jocelyn Dubuke-Gragg, the innovator behind JARDí Chocolates, will demonstrate the art of creating a hazelnut financier with dark chocolate and orange— a delightful combination leaving taste buds craving more. Each ticket to the experience includes a specialty cocktail made with Distillery of Modern Art’s house-made spirits along with the timeless French cake, and a wealth of tips and tricks to help participants unlock their inner pastry chef.… Read More »
A friend I’ve known since elementary school in Opelika, Alabama way back in the late 1970’s reached out to me last fall to let me know she had written a book! I pre-ordered it as soon as we finished chatting and could hardly wait for the publication date to arrive in May. … Read More »
For two decades, the Grant Park Conservancy Summer Shade Festival has welcomed music, art, and event enthusiasts to close out summer during two fun-filled two days celebrating Atlanta’s oldest park. The 21st annual Summer Shade Festival will take place on Saturday, August 26, from 10 am to 10 pm, and Sunday, August 27, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.… Read More »
Elizabeth McCall, a rising senior at Marist School, is organizing a fundraiser to help children with cancer or other blood disorders. She has partnered with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s (CHOA) Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorder Center to donate pain-relieving Buzzies to help children in need.
Fundraising Link: Help Donate to Give Children at CHOA Buzzies!, organized by Elizabeth McCall
Elizabeth’s passion for STEM and community has made her want to help children feel better when they get necessary injections and IVs.… Read More »
Kyle Smith comes to us from Lambert High School, where he was a player on the 2014 State and National Championship team. He coached there from 2018-2023 under State Champion and future Georgia Dugout Club Hallof Fame coaches Rick Howard and David Smart. Along with coaching baseball, he coached basketball under Coach Scott Bracco (2x State champion at Dunwoody) and 2023 Region 6-7A Coach of the year, Clay Wages. … Read More »
The Dunwoody City Council today announces its intention to increase the 2023 property taxes it will levy this year by 1.57 percent over the rollback millage rate.
The millage rate citywide will remain at 3.040 mills, the same rate as 2022. This rate is at the cap permitted by the city’s charter. The amount of a 1.57 percent increase listed above is the calculation required by state law, taking into account the impact of reassessments described below.… Read More »
***Free Resource for Rising Juniors Taking Algebra 2***
Math is the tail that wags the dog when planning out optimal SAT/ACT prep timelines. If a student finishes Algebra II sophomore year, then game on: prep for the tests whenever you feel like it! However, one source of tension each year is students who aren’t starting Algebra II until fall of junior year who wish they could start test prep earlier (e.g.… Read More »
Atlanta favorite, Pat’s Poutine, will be popping up at Distillery of Modern Art this Friday June 9th from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Fry lovers are invited to get their fill of the classic Canadian dish featuring the delicious combination of fries, gravy and cheese curds. Wash it down with a signature or seasonal cocktail from DoMA’s spring menu.… Read More »
ENZO Steakhouse & Bar is combining two of their favorites, bourbon and cigars, for an unforgettable evening on their expansive patio on Tuesday, June 27th, 2023 at 6 p.m. Guests are invited to enjoy two cigars and a guided bourbon tasting featuring the spirits of Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, including Bulleit Bourbon, Bulleit Rye, Bulleit Barrel Strength and Bulleit 10 year.… Read More »
As your chiropractor, we can’t stress enough the importance of a consistent sleep routine for your overall health and wellbeing. While many people focus on getting enough hours of sleep, it’s just as important to establish a regular sleep routine that helps your body get the most restorative sleep possible. Here are some key points to keep in mind when creating your sleep routine:
Stick to a consistent sleep schedule, even on weekends.