A virtual book discussion will be held in celebration of Early’s newly launched autobiography, “The Quiet Trailblazer: My Journey as the First Black Graduate of the University of Georgia.”
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ith venues becoming stricter with vaccination requirements, artists worrying for the safety of their audiences and more live music events getting canceled, Athens music fanatics cannot help but wonder: Will COVID-19 cause the famed Classic City to lose its groove?
The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education, or CLASE was founded in 2003, and its work is designed to serve the teachers of first and second-generation students who are predominantly Latino.
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The Lyndon House Arts Center is currently highlighting an almost three-month long exhibition dedicated to the late and famous willow oak tree that adorned the house's lawn for over a century.
On Friday, Sept. 17, thousands of attendees gathered at the Southern Brewing Company to celebrate the return of Jam for Cam after its year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayday Parade lead singer Derek Sanders spoke with the Red & Black to discuss their newest EP and upcoming show at the Georgia Theater.
The Red & Black compiled a list of a few events happening around the city in the coming days.