RIVERDALE — It wasn’t just Good Friday for Riverdale City Manager Iris Jessie, but it was rather goodbye, as she gave her final farewells to all her colleagues and friends on a sunny afternoon.
FOREST PARK — The house lights were dimmed at St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church on audience members last week, and there was a single spotlight that shined on the actors in the long-awaited play “Moonshine and Magnolias.”
JONESBORO — When it comes to what’s hot and in style, Adrienne Manuel-Spain is your go- to girl.
Jenny Williams remembers her prom being a magical moment. Her rendition of shopping for her first prom dress managed to invoke a certain nostalgia.
LOVEJOY — Divine Faith Ministries International Bishop Donald E. Battle greeted guests of the community and church members at Chick-fil-A’s “Meet Your Leader” night event on a dreary Monday.
RIVERDALE — Movale Hagler takes no shortcuts in her kitchen, when preparing some of her finest Southern soul food dishes for Clayton County residents.
MORROW — Georgia based actor Cedric Pendleton and educator Pete Key are collaborating to bring “Don’t Bully, I’m Going to Change the World,” their musical stage play that addresses anti-bullying issues to the Clayton County Performing Arts Center, better known as the PAC.
RIVERDALE — New Beginnings Hair Salon will pay homage to the city and clients tomorrow as it embarks on eight years of business and community services.
The Charles Drew High School ProStart/Culinary Arts program had the honor of preparing appetizers for Governor Nathan Deal and 300 legislators.
COLLEGE PARK — The Southern Crescent and metro Atlanta were flooded with some of the best hair and make up artists in the entertainment industry, this past weekend. Several conventions and hair shows were hosted around town showcasing the latest trends in fashion and hair for African American women.