News

Dunwoody watercolor artist, Bob Cargill, well known for his long career in the advertising business in Atlanta, is featured in the WOW x 6 Art Exhibit at Wild Hope Art Gallery. Wild Hope is located inside Thompson’s Frame and Gallery at 8570 Holcomb Bridge Rd in Roswell.

Sports

The North Springs Spartans knew from Fellowship Christian Paladins’s lopsided win the prior week that their non-region opener would be a battle. Replacing a large set of graduating seniors, the young Spartans made a number of spectacular plays, but not enough to avoid a 49-39 shootout defeat.

Dunwoody High School fencing team captain Megan Murphy was recognized for her academic achievements at the USA Fencing All-Academic Ceremony in St. Louis. Murphy received First Team All-Academic honors. Above, Dunwoody High School fencing team faculty-sponsor Cecelia Forbes, Megan Murphy and…

Business

PBD Worldwide CEO, Scott Dockter, has won a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award honoring the Top CEOs in 2018 in the U.S. SMB category. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, released its annual report recognizing the Top CEOs, which highlights top leaders employees lo…

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is pleased to announce that Stephanie Lampert has been hired as the director of the MJCCA Schiff School, its new preschool to be held at Temple Emanu-El starting in August 2018. 

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) recently announced that Hope Chernak as its new Chief Program Officer. Hope has been a part of the MJCCA staff for the past year serving as the Executive Director of JUMPSPARK: the Atlanta Jewish Teen Initiative (AJTI). AJTI is a partners…

A & E

Rounding out its 44th Season, Dunwoody’s very own professional theatre Stage Door Players produces the Tony Award-nominated hit musical, “Smokey Joe’s Cafe.” The high-energy revue showcases the music and lyrics of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, under the directio…

Once in a great while, you stumble across that rare thing in theater, a brilliant play with an even more brilliant production. Stage Door’s “Mass Appeal” simply sparkles. It makes you want to say a hearty “amen,” and wait for somebody to pass the collection plate.

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