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70th anniversary of Casablanca comes to local movie theatres

70th anniversary of Casablanca comes to local movie theatres

 

A cinematic treasure returns to movie theaters this month with the Turner Classic Movies Presents Casablanca 70th Anniversary Event on Wednesday, March 21 at 7:00 pm local time and special matinees in select theaters. Audiences in more than 450 movie theaters nationwide will be able to experience the time-honored classic in a stunning digital presentation by NCM Fathom Events, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and Warner Home Video.  The event will be introduced by TCM host Robert Osborne who will discuss Casablanca’s enduring legacy and reveal some of its fascinating behind-the-scenes stories.

Tickets for Casablanca are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com.

7 Keys to Being Loving All Year Long

7 Keys to Being Loving All Year Long

Every year when February rolls around, people start thinking about hearts, flowers, and love. Those who have a loving relationship look forward to the opportunity to express and receive endearments; those who don’t, would like to kick Valentine’s Day and Cupid off the edge of a cliff.  Yet, according to relationship counselor and author, Barbara J. Peters, “Showing you care is not a one day a year deal. It requires ongoing attention and action.”

By following these 7 steps, ‘being loving’ can become a part of your relationship and your life.

FREE Family Cinemas

FREE Family Cinemas

It’s a Holiday Triple Feature at the Hampton Park Library on Friday, December 23rd. This is a FREE Family Cinema Event.  It’s not a traditional movie theatre, but rather a Library event room & projector is used.  Chairs are lined & in the past complimentary refreshments have been provided (although I can’t vouch that they’ll definitely have those for this screening).  But most importantly – it’s a FREE event.  And if you haven’t been to the Hampton Park Library yet … it’s gorgeous!  Really


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Christmas Fun in Cumming GA

Christmas Fun in Cumming GA
Christmas Fun in Cumming & Forsyth County:

We’ll do our best to keep you up with all the Christmas Fun in Cumming & Forsyth County this 2011 Season. It’s going to be tough though! SO much to see, do & enjoy.


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Great gift for families! $12 = "I Like Book" for kids SHIPPED ($24.95 Value)

Great gift for families! $12 = "I Like Book" for kids SHIPPED ($24.95 Value)

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'Elf on the Shelf' author to give readings this weekend

ATLANTA -- Carol Aebersold, co-creator of holiday children's book "The Elf on the Shelf," will host readings and book signings at three Metro Atlanta locations this weekend.

Aebersold, a Georgia resident and University of West Georgia graduate, based her story on a family tradition dating back to the 1970s.

RELATED: 'The Elf on the Shelf' is going to be a TV movie!

In the book, Santa Claus sends "scout elves" all over the world to watch children and help him determine whether they've been naughty or nice. "The Elf on the Shelf" follows a scout elf named Chippy as he helps a little boy, Taylor McTuttle, rediscover the Christmas spirit.

Forsyth Co. students use personal tech devices in the classroom

Forsyth Co. students use personal tech devices in the classroom

ALPHARETTA, Ga -- The classroom has entered a new era in learning and research.

Technology in your child's classroom has begun a new phase across metro Atlanta as teachers now encourage students to bring their personal technology devices to school to broaden their education.

Computer laptops, electronic tablets and Internet driven cellular phones -- once shunned by the school system as a no-no in the classroom -- are now urged by educators for their students to bring in to school with the acceptance of their parents.