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A worker at the Lawrenceville, Ga., hardware store could be fired for appearing in the documentary which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival.
Artists Pam and Larry Smith relocated their studio/gallery and art classes from their home in Norcross to space on Main Street in Duluth.
The brother and sister grow up as 20-something witch bounty hunters.
Checking entertainment options for January 25-27, 2013.
Bill Mallonee and Eric Taylor appearing in Friday and Saturday concerts at Duluth music venue.
Gateway Art Project Committee narrows list of 18 semi-finalists to three finalists to design art for center of the Roundabout.
Three exhibits that opened Jan. 22 celebrate Black History Month. The exhibits will remain up through March 9.
They will be competing for prizes and career opportunities among 10 finalists March 17 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
Arnold is on the screen, so you know what to expect -- lots of action.
DPAC Formation Committee presents proposal to Duluth City Council. DPAC would plan and facilitate public art in the city.
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