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Coupon Class in Atlanta 7/16

Coupon Class in Atlanta 7/16

 The Coupon Diva

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The Coupon Class

You have watched the Shows, You have read the paper, You have heard all about how a person saves over 50%-75% off there grocery bill. Now is your chance to learn how you can do it to.  

The Coupon Diva, voted Atlanta's #3 Favorite Local Blog by the AJC will teach you:

  • Where to find coupons & How to use them
  • Organizing your coupons the Easy WAY!
  • Shopping at the stores to save
  • Time saving methods
  • Secrets & Tricks to couponing the right way
  • Plus more!

    We will Provide Tip Sheet and Handouts, all you have to bring is you!

     If you have any questions, Please contact Aimee @ Atlcoupondiva@gmail.com OR Sign up HERE

WEEKEND EVENTS: Art Stroll, Yard Sales, Motley Crue and the Indigo Girls

WEEKEND EVENTS: Art Stroll, Yard Sales, Motley Crue and the Indigo Girls

ATLANTA -- There are tons of fun events going on this weekend, in your area. We’ve listed a few of them for you to check out with your family and friends.

This weekend, the Castleberry Hill neighborhood will host their monthly Castleberry Hill Art Stroll at the Castleberry Point Condominiums. This event is sponsored by city councilman, Kwanza Hall and begins on Friday at 7 p.m. This week, the stroll will feature Denise Jackson’s Emerging Art Scene Gallery installations and The Wine Shoe will hold a $10 wine tasting. Food trucks will also be lined up in front of Castleberry Point. The corral will include: Tex’s Tacos, The King of Pops, Westside Creamery and the Pup Truck. The Castleberry Point Condos are located at 327 Nelson Street in Atlanta.

On Sunday, the Grant Park neighborhood will hold their first-ever Community Yard Sale starting on July 10.

WEEKEND EVENTS: Art Stroll, Yard Sales, Motley Crue and the Indigo Girls

WEEKEND EVENTS: Art Stroll, Yard Sales, Motley Crue and the Indigo Girls

ATLANTA -- There are tons of fun events going on this weekend, in your area. We’ve listed a few of them for you to check out with your family and friends.

This weekend, the Castleberry Hill neighborhood will host their monthly Castleberry Hill Art Stroll at the Castleberry Point Condominiums. This event is sponsored by city councilman, Kwanza Hall and begins on Friday at 7 p.m. This week, the stroll will feature Denise Jackson’s Emerging Art Scene Gallery installations and The Wine Shoe will hold a $10 wine tasting. Food trucks will also be lined up in front of Castleberry Point. The corral will include: Tex’s Tacos, The King of Pops, Westside Creamery and the Pup Truck. The Castleberry Point Condos are located at 327 Nelson Street in Atlanta.

On Sunday, the Grant Park neighborhood will hold their first-ever Community Yard Sale starting on July 10.

LOCAL PROFILE: R&B Scene in Atlanta

LOCAL PROFILE: R&B Scene in Atlanta

ATLANTA – Derived from popular genres of music like jazz, blues and gospel, rhythm and blues was born. Rhythm and Blues music, which is widely referred to as R&B, is unique in that it has the ability to take on many musical identities, at once. Some say the genre was first identified in Harlem, during the Harlem Renaissance, which is known as one of the most prominent cultural movements for African Americans during the 1930’s. However, others think the genre originated in the 1940’s when African Americans began moving to northern cities, creating cultural fusion.  

The music evolved from “race music”, which was an offensive term that referred to the music of African Americans, into jump blues which was known for having a swing boogie, big band sound.

LOCAL PROFILE: R&B Scene in Atlanta

LOCAL PROFILE: R&B Scene in Atlanta

ATLANTA – Derived from popular genres of music like jazz, blues and gospel, rhythm and blues was born. Rhythm and Blues music, which is widely referred to as R&B, is unique in that it has the ability to take on many musical identities, at once. Some say the genre was first identified in Harlem, during the Harlem Renaissance, which is known as one of the most prominent cultural movements for African Americans during the 1930’s. However, others think the genre originated in the 1940’s when African Americans began moving to northern cities, creating cultural fusion.  

The music evolved from “race music”, which was an offensive term that referred to the music of African Americans, into jump blues which was known for having a swing boogie, big band sound.

BJ's to host breast cancer research celebration

BJ's to host breast cancer research celebration

NEWNAN, Ga. – On Thursday afternoon, the Newnan BJ’s Wholesale Club location, in conjunction with, Northland Juices will donate $36,000 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

To celebrate continued research and breast cancer awareness, the store will be outfitted with pink decorations and employees will be sporting pink tee shirts, in place of their normal uniforms. Shoppers will be treated to a “Drink to Pink” toast sponsored by Northland Juices and will be invited to partake in pink refreshments provided by the store.

A number of Breast Cancer research and support groups will be in attendance and they will provide attendees with information about the disease. The event will begin at 4:00 p.m. and it will end at 6:00 p.m.

BJ’s Wholesale Club is located at 331 Newnan Crossing Bypass in Newnan.