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ATLANTA – The Georgia Council for the Arts, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, announced this week the recipients of its Partner, Project and Arts Education grants as part of its initial disbursement of grants for fiscal year 2021. Across the state, 148 organizatio…

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The search for the body of "Glee" actress Naya Rivera resumed Friday after she went missing from a lake in Southern California.

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Andy Samberg becomes the latest "Saturday Night Live" alum to explore movie stardom with "Palm Springs," a romantic comedy co-starring Cristin Milioti. If that career arc sounds familiar, so does most everything about this breezy "Groundhog Day"-esque premise, which casts Samberg as a guy re…

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When the subject of novels by C.S. Forester pops up at cocktail parties, film adaptations of them that immediately come to mind are "The African Queen" (script by James Agee and John Huston) and "Sink the Bismark!" (script by Edmund H. North). I wasn't familiar with Forester's 1955 book "The…

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"Greyhound" is kind of an odd duck -- another World War II tale courtesy of Tom Hanks, who wrote and produced the film through his company in addition to starring in it. Old-fashioned and relatively small in scale, it's a sturdy if unspectacular depiction of the Battle of the Atlantic, strea…

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Today is the 193rd day of 2020 and the 22nd day of summer.

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Choose a mellow approach to life and whatever comes your way. Don’t get wrapped up in melodrama or situations that will test your patience. Keep a clear head and remain focused on the people and projects that bring you the most joy. Your happiness depends on you.

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LEESBURG — A small piece of land in Lee County has been a special place for more than a half-century for those who take the time to get off the beaten path. The Lee County Commission is working to ensure that tradition continues.

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ALBANY — Officials with the Flint RiverQuarium announced Wednesday the attraction will reopen on Friday at 10 a.m.

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SOCIAL CIRCLE – Many people have discovered the joy of bird watching as they sampled new activities during this time of closed work places, social distancing and cabin fever.

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Danny Trejo is an unlikely screen star, adding a warming aspect to his emergence as a Hollywood fixture. But there's also a commentary on the industry's treatment of actors of color in "Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo," a documentary that details his tumultuous life while showcasing the s…

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ALBANY – Sometimes the best laid plans take a detour. Sometimes you just have to make a leap of faith. In 1992, David Lanier was working as a successful commercial artist. Then two paintings would change the direction of his life.

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