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KaiCarra: A beautiful sound you haven't heard before!

KaiCarra: A beautiful sound you haven't heard before!

ATLANTA -- KaiCarra's patriotic anthem "Lady" released last 4th of July on iTunes & Amazon, and on radio. Her holiday single "Christmas Sunrise" was released on Dec 1st, 2012 & finished the Season at #2 Holiday and #3 Ambient on ReverbNation US Music Charts. Please watch for her "Up Until Now" CD slated for release in 2013.

KaiCarra calls her song, “Lady” as a “gift” to her country, USA. It is inspired by the Statue of Liberty, as she adds, "The song is very patriotic. I am proud to be an American, and want to share my love and encouragement with my fellow countrymen, especially in these challenging times."

Melba Moore talks new play in Atlanta, more!

Tony Award winning entertainer is in Atlanta for her new play Good God A'Mighty playing 2/14 - 2/24 at the 14th St. Playhouse. Watch what she says about forgiveness, her career and how she decided to stop teaching to act.

CleanFreeFun interviews Monique Aquirre

CleanFreeFun interviews Monique Aquirre

ATLANTA -- Monique L. Aguirre has the gift of prophecy with a continued growing ability to see personal and public visions. There are many who find themselves intrigued, curious,and even skeptical about seers, prophets and visionaries. You are invited to learn more about her gift and how over the past two decades this gift has changed Monique and those around her. She welcomes you to hear her experiences, learn how God has blessed her to "Touch Lives Through Vision" and allow you to step further into the unforeseen realms of the naked eye. To learn more about Monique please visit her at www.moniqueaguirre.com.

You can hear the live show online, Thursday February 14th at 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Click ont he link or call into 760-683-2655

Fulton County senior multipurpose facilities to celebrate Black History Month

Fulton County senior multipurpose facilities to celebrate Black History Month

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Fulton County Senior Multipurpose Facilities will host the following Black History observances during February:

Harriett G. Darnell Senior Multipurpose Facility
Black History Month Celebration
Monday, February 18, 2013
10:00am – 11:30am
Program will feature the Darnell Chorus, the Adult Day Program Bells of Darnell, representatives from the Darnell Players, Toast Masters, the Darnell Divas & Dudes and more.
Contact information:  Terryl Sparkman, Senior Services Manager, 404-699-8580

Adult Day Program Black History Month Celebration
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
10:30: a.m. – Noon
Participants will recognize the contributions of Africans Americans to the nation’s history through music and theatrical presentations.
Contact Information: Partrounar Bryant- James – 404-6998595

H.J.C. Bowden Senior Multipurpose Facility

Local artist, 11, pays tribute to Obama as country celebrates inauguration

Today, Barack Obama is sworn in as the nation’s 44th president. And throughout the country, citizens ready for a new administration as the country faces a continuing economic crisis, impassioned conversations and more.

In Atlanta, one young artist encourages people to focus on the positive. Yung Mieo, a budding hip-hop/pop phenom, recognizes President Obama in his song “Hero” and pays tribute to the leader’s influence in his life.

“Hero” uses inspirational imagery in its music video, showcasing Obama on the campaign trail, speaking on the country’s future and mobilizing the nation. Through his lyrics, Yung Mieo assures listeners that he will stand up for them and be their voice when they encounter struggles, as he feels Obama has done for him.

Al Roker talks White House, new book and his rules!

Conn Jackson chats with Al Roker about his connection to Atlanta, how he has maintained his weight loss, his new memoir and much more! 

Sink your teeth into Atlanta Ballet's 'Dracula'

Sink your teeth into Atlanta Ballet's 'Dracula'

ATLANTA -- A haunting ballet will return to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in February.

Michael Pink's Dracula is back by popular demand and more seductive than ever.

The production remains faithful to Bram Stoker's 1897 novel. Its score, performed by the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, is woven with the sounds of heartbeats and wolf howls to create an eerie mood.

Dracula will run Feb. 8-16. Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased at atlantaballet.com.

The Atlanta Ballet recommends Dracula for audiences 13 and older.