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Georgia Force Cheerleaders to hold open auditions on Sunday

Georgia Force Cheerleaders to hold open auditions on Sunday

 

DULUTH, Ga. – Starting November 20, Georgia’s Arena Football League will host auditions for their 2012 Cheerleading Squad. The squad adds new talent every year and tryouts are held on a yearly basis.

The auditions will be held at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth starting at 10:00 a.m. The squad is looking for “enthusiastic, athletic dancers with cheerleading backgrounds and positive attitudes”. Ladies can begin registering at 9:00 a.m. Prospective cheerleaders should bring a $30 application fee, a headshot, a valid government ID and a snack.

Prospective cheerleaders should have a two-piece audition outfit consisting of dance or athletic bra tops, boy shorts or briefs, flesh colored tights and dance sneakers or shoes suitable for dance. 

LOCAL PROFILE: Steve Stoute, founder of Transition

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Recently, Steve Stoute stopped by Spelman College to chat about his revolutionary take on the marketing world and a concept he calls “tanning”. Stoute started off as a road manager for hip-hop group Kid 'n Play and has since founded his own marketing firm, helped coin the McDonald's theme song and created his own firm, Translation LLC.

He has consulted for many of the top names in the music business and, a number of Fortune 500 companies, and he stopped by Spelman College to spread the word about his new book, “The Tanning of America”, which explains his theory on the redefinition of marketing. 

Variety of Georgia Searches for Stars of Tomorrow in Inaugural Singing Competition

Variety of Georgia Searches for Stars of Tomorrow in Inaugural Singing Competition

VARIETY OF GEORGIA ENCOURAGES YOUNG TALENT, SHINES LIGHT ON EMERGING STARS

Inaugural ‘Stars of Tomorrow’ Vocal Competition Benefits Charity, Brings Teens Together

Do you know a Star of Tomorrow? Variety of Georgia is looking for bright teenagers who fit the bill!  The Stars of Tomorrow competition launched on October 25, and Variety of Georgia now searches for talented teens. This fall, the non-profit organization lights up its latest initiative with the inaugural talent competition. Brilliant hopefuls 13-19 years old can get in on the vocal action to gain experience, exposure and the opportunity to pursue their dreams as the next Star of Tomorrow.

Elevate Carnival at Underground Atlanta | Saturday, October 29th

Elevate Carnival at Underground Atlanta | Saturday, October 29th
 The Greatest Halloween Show on Earth!

Join Underground Atlanta, the Office of Cultural Affairs and The Imperial Opa Circus on October 29th  from 5-11 pm to celebrate the closing of Elevate II Art Above Underground. Through the months of August, September and October of 2011 The City of Atlanta Public Art Program funded and provided platforms for over 50 artists and nearly 30 projects and performances.This closing event will continue to support an array of talent by supporting theatrical acts and contemporary art through a structured and exciting event FREE to the public.

Sip, Savor & Shop with Chefs in the City and Virginia Willis

Sip, Savor & Shop with Chefs in the City and Virginia Willis

ATLANTA -- This fall, Grape Crush Productions and Bloomingdale’s are bringing Atlanta’s premier chefs to the kitchen of one of the city’s most celebrated shopping destinations for a monthly event where guests will enjoy a guided tasting of artisan wines, a cooking demonstration by some of the city’s most celebrated chefs and preview the latest in home and fashion décor along with exclusive savings at Bloomingdale’s in Lenox Square mall. 

A celebration of food and fashion, this month the Chefs in the City event brings beloved Southern chef and cookbook author Virginia Willis to the store’s state-of-the-art demo kitchen on Oct. 27, from 6-8 p.m. 

ASO to honor Metro Atlanta music teachers

ASO to honor Metro Atlanta music teachers

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will hold an appreciation ceremony for more than 180 Atlanta-area music teachers Friday evening.

The teachers will be recognized at 7 p.m. by ASO president Stanley Romanstein. Afterward, the instructors will attend the evening's concert featuring the music of Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov and Mussorgsky.

ASO cellist Joel Dallow will also receive a special award from Romanstein for his arts education advocacy work throughout Georgia.

Both the 8 p.m. concert and the preceding reception will take place at the Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Midtown.