Author Marja Mills offers an intimate look at the life of Harper Lee of “To Kill a Mockingbird” fame on July 25 at First Baptist Church Decatur.
“A Piece of My Mind!” by Ronald McIntyre will be read on July 26 at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center in Decatur.
When Antonio “the Chozen 1” Hinton dances, spectators are just mesmerized.
Dr. Jamillah Karim will discuss and sign her book, “American Muslim Women: Negotiating Race, Class, and Gender in the Ummah,” on July 19 at the Clarkston Library.
The 2011 documentary “The Loving Story,” which explores mixed marriages and civil rights in the 1950s and 1960s, will be screened on July 16 at the Scott Candler Library in Decatur.
Dr. Noel Leo Erskine investigates the history of the black church in his latest book, “Plantation Church: How African American Religion Was Born in Caribbean Slavery.”
Fans of fresh produce from the farm and handmade cultural items will find plenty of both at the 2014 First Afrikan Community Festival on July 12 in Lithonia.
Vanessa Morgan, a Stone Mountain author, poet and playwright, was driving home from the hairdresser on March 6, 2009, when her phone rang.
The heart-stirring work of the late poet laureate Maya Angelou will be read on July 15 in “The Horizon Leans Forward: A Maya Angelou Tribute” at the Decatur Library.
Blues jazz artist Diane Durrett is bringing her soulful vocals to Callanwolde’s Jazz on the Lawn on July 11.
Best-selling author Terry McMillan, whose thought-provoking books have touched millions of readers, will discuss “Who Asked You?” on July 7 at the Decatur Library.
The story of the Funk Brothers, who backed up many of Motown’s greatest hits between 1959 and 1972, will be screened June 27 in the documentary “Standing in the Shadows of Motown” at the Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams Library in ...
African drumming and old-time entertainment, including storytelling, sack races and musical chairs, will abound at the Second Street Children’s Festival and Community Concert on June 28 in Stone Mountain Village.
Jean Kwok, winner of Woman’s Day Best Books of 2014, will discuss her latest novel, “Mambo in Chinatown,” on June 25 at the Decatur Library.
“Hallelujah: In That Great Gettin’ Up Mornin’,” a musical about the hardships faced by African-Americans during slavery, will be showcased at the Stonecrest Library in Lithonia on June 27.