The records of the first post-graduate fraternal organization for African-American men, Sigma Pi Phi, are now housed at Emory University's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library.
Ranger Robby Astrove will lead a Beat the Heat Hike on July 29 at the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve in Lithonia.
Bishop-elect Cary Williams of Judah House of Praise and Prophetess Rosaline Ash will lead the Worshippers Interceding for Excellence Church summer revival, Victory, on July 29-31 in Scottdale.
Teams of poets from across North America and Europe will converge on Decatur on Aug. 1 to compete in the weeklong National Poetry Slam.
Fourteen year-old Newton County student Kayla Wyatt is using her many artistic gifts to tackle an all too common school problem — bullying.
I love sharing good news, especially on the education front. Last year, the United States Department of Education reported a national high school graduation rate of 82.3 percent, a record high! In DeKalb County, the graduation rate rose to 71 ...
Refugee women receiving assistance at the Clarkston-based literacy nonprofit Mommy and Me now have a dedicated space for meetings and classes and a children's library thanks to a DeKalb Public Library community service project.
Veteran New York Times White House correspondent Mark Landler will discuss the relationship between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton that has framed the nation’s great debates over war and peace for the past eight years on July 21 at the ...
Learn to dance the Cuban salsa on July 23 at the Stonecrest Library in Lithonia.
Tweens and teens 10 to 17 will engage in a friendly cosplay competition on July 30 at the Stonecrest Library in Lithonia.
Families and individuals can grab their favorite snacks and a blanket or chairs for a screening of the Disney animated adventure "Frozen" on July 23 at the Wade Walker Park Family YMCA.
Two pivotal events in U.S. history – the Emancipation Proclamation and the 1963 March on Washington – and their complex relationship to one another are highlighted in a major exhibit this summer at the Tucker-Reid H. Cofer Library.
Longtime educator Dr. Tom Keating will discuss "Saturday School: How One Town Kept Out 'the Jewish' 1902-32" on July 19 at the Historic DeKalb Courthouse in Decatur.
Storyteller and nationally renowned writer Carmen Agra Deedy will share her stories with kids and teens on July 16 at the Hairston Crossing Library.
Historian and author Carol Anderson will discuss "White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide" on July 11 at the Decatur Library.