If you’re looking for the next level in artistic summer opportunities, look no further. These programs help teens learn about the visual arts, musical instruments, writing, film production and drama.
Has the United States failed people who are homeless? What are the causes of this problem in Atlanta? Who is affected by this problem? And what can we do to change it? Four teens from set off to find out.
Teens created this video — and several others — as part of Re:imagine ATL, an organization brings together teens from different areas to create original music and content.
Newly minted non-profit Tuo-Be Youth Development Foundation held a panel discussion March 17 to discuss adolescent behavior. Throughout the meeting, panelists and the audience discussed how parenting can affect the behaviors of teens.
Do you know what Kyle Massey from “Cory in the House,” David Lambert from “The Fosters,” and Johanna Brady from “Easy A” have in common? They got their acting training and jump started their acting careers at Atlanta Workshop Players, a non-profit organization that offers film and musical theatre acting classes, dance classes, and voice […]
“Tell Me My Dream,” Pearl Cleage’s First Play For Young People Is A Delight
“Mister, have you seen my broken letter?” These words from Decatur garage rock act Scofflaw’s break up song, “Broken Letter Blues” could entrance even the hardest of people. Oakhurst Porchfest, held on Sunday, October 18 in Decatur was nirvana for showcasing great local musical artists. Scofflaw, my personal pick for the day’s honorable mention award, […]
The Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra kicked off its 41st season in August with its competitive audition process. For two weeks, more than 300 students auditioned for 120 seats in the premier youth orchestra. This year will be the first full season of the youth orchestra since the lockout of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in 2014. […]
Towering in the skies, decrepit and abandoned, lies the David T. Howard School in the historic Old Fourth Ward. Atlanta’s first black mayor, Maynard Jackson, and civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., once walked the school’s halls more than 50 years ago. The David T. Howard School is expected to reopen in five years […]
Atlanta’s annual gay pride parade may not be the first event that comes to mind when you think of a place of worship but Decatur’s Oakhurst Presbyterian Church is working to change that. As church members marched down Peachtree Street last Sunday, waving rainbow flags and wielding “Love Wins” signs, the 15- person coalition was cheered […]