There are a lot of things to do in the City of Atlanta! But did you know that many of those are free? That's right! For you budget-conscious guys and gals (or the just outright miserly!) here is a sampling of what Atlanta has to offer without dropping a dime:
Heather Christle is the author of four poetry collections: The Difficult Farm, The Trees The Trees What Is Amazing, and Heliopause. Her first work of nonfiction, The Crying Book, will be published in 2019/20 by Catapult in the US, Corsair in the UK, and Hanser in Germany. Book signing and reception to follow.
Part of Embodied: A Celebration of Human Health and the Arts
Recommended parking: Fishburne Parking Deck, Oxford Road Parking Deck
On Wednesday, January 29 from 6 – 8 p.m., modern design showroom Switch Modern will host acclaimed photographer Lucinda Bunnen for a “Spotlight on Design” reception and artist talk. The event is open to the public. Bunnen’s photography retrospective, "From Nuns to Now," is on display in the Switch Modern showroom through Friday, January 31
Categories: SMALL BUSINESS
During this 90-minute training you’ll discover how to build credit that’s linked to your EIN and not your SSN that requires no personal guarantee or credit check … and how to get business loans and credit lines even if you have personal credit issues , no collateral, or are just starting your business .
What business credit really is… and how it can be obtained linked only to your EIN with no personal credit check or personal guarantee required for approval AND MUCH MORE
During this one show you’ll get every detail you need to build your business credit and get loans and credit lines for your business.
Whether you are just getting started in business, have no collateral, lack cash flow, or are established and looking for the most money and credit at the best terms… this special one-of-a-kind seminar is for you!
Emory Cinematheque presents for Spring 2020
African-Americans in American Film
Carmen Jones (dir. Otto Preminger, 1954; 105 min.)
Bizet’s 1875 opera Carmen is translated into a contemporary story of Carmen Jones (Dorothy Dandridge), a sultry factory worker and Joe (Harry Belafonte) a fearless GI who is engaged to sweet Cindy Lou (Olga James) and has set his sights on flying school. A free-spirit, Carmen sets her sights on Joe, who succumbs to Carmen’s allure and pursues her with a vengeance. Carmen and Joe risk it all to be together going on the lam until Husky Miller (Joe Adams), a flamboyant prize fighter enters the picture. Performing with Brock Peters and Diahann Carroll, Dandridge became the first Black woman nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award for her iconic performance.
Recommended parking: Fishburne Parking Deck and Oxford Road Parking Deck