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Free Family Fun at The Woodruff Arts Center on November 12 | Living Atlanta Style | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz

#LivingAtlantaStyle — The Woodruff Arts Center presents free Free Family Fun on November 12 from 1 – 4 PM as part of the Family Fun at The Woodruff Arts Center initiative.  Here’s what your family can enjoy for free at The Woodruff: Alliance Theatre special performance of Beautiful Blackbird, a rhythmic play inspired by the award-winning Ashley Bryan folktale (young audiences) Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will showcase and Instrument Petting Zoo for young musicians High Museum of Art tours tailored for each age including Painter and Poet: The Wonderful World of Ashley Bryan Special performance of Alice Between (best for children ages…

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Buzzed to Blu Rose Art Bistro for chef tasting | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz | Feedablogger

#Feedablogger — There’s a new panini in town — the town of Douglasville, Georgia that it.  Minutes from Atlanta, the drive is worth it.  But Douglasville is where we live, so if you want to meet us for lunch — we’re suggesting Blu Rose Art Bistro for the Caprese Panini with a cup of tomato basil soup followed by hot blueberry cobbler. Of course you’ve got to wash it all down with blueberry lemon while taking in the art and sounds all around. Visit Blu Rose Art Bistro on Facebook…

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Buttercup Steam Camp and Sam Flax Offers STEAM-A-Ween workshop for girls with Electronic Cosplay for Halloween | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz

Living Atlanta Style — Contrary to popular belief, most kids aren’t using their phones for fun and games. Engagement only looks like fun. Tech is the present and future with very few barriers to entry. Only real barrier thus far — parents just don’t understand! So we’re bringing buzz from #ButtercupSteam which offers programs from Atlanta and beyond in science technology engineering art and math#STEAM. Art added because seeing is believing. Art connects #STEM for visual learners. Follow the buzz on this special Halloween event in this repost from @buttercupsteam ・・・ STE(A)M-O-Ween Electronic…

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Living Atlanta Style | Mixed Company art exhibit now showing at Tuoia

Living Atlanta Style – Now playing in our Periscope replays, catch buzz you may have missed from opening reception of “Mixed Company” at Tuoia, held Saturday July 9th. Exhibit features original art of four amazing artists including Mausi, DeltaTangoMike, Phoe-Nebula, and Tischambia. View exhibit through July on your next visit to Tuoia, 6786 Broad Street, Douglasville, Ga 30134. Follow @tuoiaframing on social media. Living Atlanta Style — You just got the buzz from DryerBuzz.com — transforming way we look at life.  Extra BuzzCome Meet a Black Person is a thing |…

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DryerBuzzTV | Basics of business is money, especially for artists | Watch Dan Flores of Art is King breakdown art as a business

DryerBuzzTV — Special thanks to Dan Flores of Art is King ATL for scoping with us on DryerBuzz monthly art talk at Tuoia.  Dan helped us answer the questions all artists and some bloggers have — how do I eat doing what I love? Gone are the days of the starving artists.  Watch and learn how to define your art, find your customer, and get back to basics of business — money. Hosts: Yalanda P Lattimore, Rita Fasina-Thomas with Dan Flores and Tuoia owner Sharon Mausi Brown. DryerBuzz — you…

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Living Atlanta Style | Shop Tuoia’s for Moms Dads and Grads | Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Graduation Gifts

Living Atlanta Style — Here it comes, the great spring trifecta — Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Graduations — there’s one place to shop for them all and find the uniqueness of it all — Tuoia.com Shop online or visit the gallery boutique just outside Atlanta in Douglasville — Tuoia 6786 Broad Street, Douglasville, GA.  We’re proud to have a great support of DryerBuzz.com in Tuoia — home of DryerBuzzTV. Shop now for Moms Dads and Grads — Tuoia.com #customframing #jewelry #art #photography #pottery #wordworking #classes #workshops VideoBuzz: Shop the…

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Living Atlanta Style | Africans Americans for the Arts Kickoff #BlackHistoryMonth at Douglas County Cultural Arts Council #ArtsDouglas

Living Atlanta Style — DryerBuzz.com was invited to scope the buzz from the kickoff off #BlackHistoryMonth at the Douglas County Cultural Arts Council #CAC #ArtsDouglas. What a wonderful evening with featuring recent artwork from members of the African Americans for the Arts (AAFTA) organization – showcasing a diverse group of the artists across various stages of their artistic expression. The exhibit opened Monday, January 11th and will remain on view through February 26th, 2015. Hosted by the Douglas County Connection, a special reception will be held Saturday, January 30th, from 7…

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DryerBuzzLive | Great Broadway Debate with Stepp Stewart, Lamont Williams, Cindy the Musical returns to Atlanta

DryerBuzzLIVE — ICYMI enjoy this episode of DryerBuzzLIVE from TUOIA when Stepp Stewart stopped by to give us exclusive buzz on Cindy the Musical and introduce Lamont Williams cast in the role of Cindy’s father James. Conversation started buzzing when we talked about Broadway and musical theatre making it’s way to television such as in the case of The Wiz and Grease Live.  Stewart tells us Hair Spray is on its way. Plus we wanted to know more about Stewart’s production Cindy the Musical returning to Sandford Porter Performing Arts…

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the Clippings | The Wiz Live – No Diversity in Oz? Yet?

First question of the day, on this exciting day and kickoff to an art filled weekend of blogging, comes this question from a DryerBuzz viewer… Did @nbc @iamkennyleon miss moment in bringing diversity to OZ in ‪#‎theWizLive‬? Photo: The Wiz Live | Facebook Someone asked me about cast on my scope, and surprisingly my answer was YES. I think this could be a missed moment. At this moment in time, our youth are as diverse as we have ever been in this country. Progress more possible now than ever. However,…

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DryerBuzzTV | Behind the Buzz Episode 7 – #LanguageofMen Takeover – Kerwin Thompson, Anthony S Goolsby, Roosevelt McQueen, Miles Davis | Watch

In episode 7 of #DryerBuzz #BehindtheBuzz, the men takeover for the #LanguageofMen. We are joined by cast of Brothers if Affliction, Kerwin Thompson and Anthony S Goolsby. After, we met author of Perfect Imperfections, Roosevelt McQueen. Then, we buzzed the art world with artist Miles Davis. That’s just the first scope. In follow up scope came the after scope with community entrepreneurs. Never miss a minute of the buzz. For guest links and details, follow the buzz via http://DryerBuzz.com Behind the Buzz tapes Fridays inside TUOIA. Guest Links: Rising Sage…

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Living Atlanta Style | Music and Arts on the Plaza Festival Saturday October 3rd | Arts Walk October 2nd | Douglasville

Living Atlanta Style — The ‘Music and Arts on the Plaza’ Festival is a much-anticipated event and will feature the work of artists and craftspeople from around the region who specialize in oil painting, pastels, watercolors, drawing, etching, mixed media, black and white and color photography, soft and hard sculpture, wood turning and rustic furniture, pottery and glassware, wearable art including leather and fabric handbags and hand spun or felted clothing, jewelry including hand-blown glass bead work as well as precious and semi-precious metals and stones. The stage will be…

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DryerBuzzRadio | Finding Audience in Atlanta – Atlanta Black Theatre Festival and Rising Sage Theatre | Plus Buzz It or Bash It with Vitamin Q

DryerBuzzonWAOK — Your double dose of buzz this week kicked off with special Buzz It or Bash It with special guest blogger Quincy Williams of Vitamin Q. What had you liking, sharing and buzzing over the week as well as what you might have missed.  Then we opened a great debate with members of Atlanta’s theatre community about finding their audience in Atlanta — from writing, producing, and acting on Atlanta’s many live stages.  The big question — where are you when it comes to stage in Atlanta? Theatre, an…

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Living Atlanta Style | Phaedra Parks Book Signing, FunkJazz Kafé Arts & Music Festival, Naturals in the Park, and more weekend events | July 25-27th

Start #LivingAtlantaStyle this weekend with these top buzzing events. Post by Naturals In The Park. Post by Yalanda Lattimore DryerBuzz. More Buzzing Events: Love Jones Sundays – Season Finale!!! Friday Nights at the Southern Club Flirt After Work Friday Listen to #DryerBuzzonWAOK for more buzzing events. Living Atlanta Style – you just got the buzz from @DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look — at life! Extra BuzzConfederates Come Down MLK Goes Up | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz Buzz it or Bash it? Hartsfield-Jackson New Temporary Ridshare Pickup Location |…

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Living Atlanta Style | Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival June 28-29, 2014

Don’t miss Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival June 28-29, 2014. Follow the buzz via Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival Post by Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival. Living Atlanta Style — you just got the buzz from @DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look — at life! Extra BuzzBreakfast with DryerBuzz | Fall Kickoff September 2nd | Follow the Buzz Vote for DyerBuzz | Best In Media the Rice Awards 2017 | Follow the Buzz

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Hair She Buzz: 5 Women likely to carry baton of Maya Angelou | Cultural Matriarchs

Hair She Buzz — When describing Dr Maya Angelou over mourning period and into history, many will describe Angelou as maternal, a matriarch, or model of one carrying weight of a culture as a thought leader. Angelou gave birth to a way of thinking, processing, and responsibility to a culture – black culture and beyond.  A mother in a movement.  Unafraid, unapologetic, yet forgiving.  She helped a people move beyond anger to actions through her poetry, storytelling, and activism.  Many will ask — who will be the next Maya Angelou?…

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