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The Carnegie and Newnan Coweta Art Association rotate art for the spring

The Carnegie and the Newnan Coweta Art Association have partnered up to present a variety of art. The Newnan Coweta Art Association has rotating exhibits in the Carnegie. There is an art gallery on the second level. A reception with the artists will be held on Tuesday, February 26 from 2:30 – 4 p.m. The public is invited to meet the artists and stroll and look at the art. Read More»

Art With Heart returns this weekend

Artists from Fayette, Coweta, and other South Metro counties are teaming up to share their culinary and artistic talents this weekend. Over 25 award-winning and multi-talented artists and crafters will be selling original, one-of-a-kind stained glass, paintings, pottery, fabric art, and more at St. Andrews in the Pines Episcopal Church, Peachtree City.  Read More»

PTC Library Brings StarLab to Kedron

Celebrate the cosmos this winter with Peachtree City Library and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center from Columbus State University as they present the StarLab Mobile Planetarium on Saturday, March 2, at Kedron Fieldhouse and Aquatic Center. Read More»

Legacy Theatre gets back to work with '9 to 5'

The women of “9 to 5: The Musical,” Mandy Mitchell, Amy Bridges and Ally Duncan. Photo/Special.

“9 to 5! What a way to make a living!” Read More»

PTC loses ‘Drop Dead Diva,’ canceled by Lifetime

“Drop Dead Diva,” the television show about a dead model trapped in the body of a plus-size lawyer, was canceled by the Lifetime Network this week. The show is filmed in Peachtree City and Senoia. Sony Pictures TV, which produces the show, may shop it to other networks. Read More»

Poetry Out Loud Friday night

The Peachtree City Library presents Poetry Out Loud on Friday evening, January 18, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This “after hours” program will feature poets Susan Lilley and Phillip Deaver who will read poems fro their most recent collections. Read More»

Coming soon to a theater near you

There are a number of good theater companies in the area and what they have on tap for 2013 seems sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Read More»

Senoia plans trolley tours to film locations in the area

Raleigh/Riverwood Studios President Scott Tigchelaar shows off Senoia’s next addition to the city’s burgeoning television and film industry. The old-fashioned trolley later this year is expected to provide guided tours to the two dozen locations around town where movies such as “Fried Green Tomatoes” and television shows such as “The Walking Dead” were filmed. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Anyone visiting Senoia knows many of the buildings added in the downtown area in recent times were constructed to look as if they have been there for 100 years. Now Scott Tigchelaar of Raleigh/Riverwood Studios is about to add another feature to the landscape — an old-time trolley that will provide tours for the city’s many movie and television locations. Read More»

The best films of 2012

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Last year, I decided to make a top 10 best films list. Since it was my first time, I was mildly careless and accidentally put “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” on my list when “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” was meant to be there. It’s been a year now, and I will not make a mistake so damaging to my masculinity this year. Here are, in my opinion, the films of 2012, in nor particular order: Read More»

Full slate of activities at Peach Drop

How are you spending New Year’s Eve? Going to a party? Watching football? Maybe take in dinner and a movie? If you haven’t decided yet or have thought about going big, consider the 24th annual Peach Drop at Underground Atlanta. The event features family friendly activities, musical performances and, of course, the 800 pound peach beginning its descent just before midnight. Read More»

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