The Roosevelts dine in Warm Springs, Georgia Tech takes on Auburn, Joseph E. Lowery helps lead a sit-in protest, and more.
Tyler Barnes became a winemaker by accident. Pamela Borgel is first (and only) woman to start a winery by herself in Georgia. La Tanya Eiland first became fascinated with winemaking as a student in the 1970s, when her grandmother sent her to visit Italy.
“We’re finally coming around to this new era of Georgia wine where we’re venturing out and discovering some grapes that actually grow well here,” says Sean Wilborn, wine farmer and proprietor of Cloudland Vineyards + Winery in Buford.
Fox Theatre Institute (FTI) was founded in 2008 in response to a statewide need for various assistance for Georgia historic theatres. From restoration and operation of Georgia's historic theatres to the potential investment of financial funds. Heading into its 15th year of service, this dynamic outreach program offers historic preservation and operations expertise, consultation, and educational support to performing arts venues in Georgia and the southeast region.
Our mission to improve outcomes for Atlanta's youngest children and their families is based on this principle: The health and well-being of young children and their families, both present and future, depends upon access to enriching, supportive environments and services, including high-quality, affordable child care and early education.