Sunday, January 25
I haven’t swooned for a chick singer so hard since Zooey Deschanel. Anya Marina is playing tonight at the Drunken Unicorn. A little funky, a little raspy, a little jazzy, a lot of awesome.
Monday, January 26
Reclaiming Atlanta’s Neighborhoods! A Rally for Action, Awareness, & Change
Findley Plaza at Intersection of Moreland Avenue & Euclid Avenue | Little Five Points | 5-7pm
ATAC is hosting the first in a monthly series of neighborhood rallies around the city in an effort to build awareness to the growing threat of violent crime in the city and to tell communities, businesses, and city leadership it’s time to get creative in finding solutions.
Tuesday, January 27
Learn a new skill at WonderRoot for free! Classes this Tuesday include New Roots (Youth Only) from 4-6PM and Adobe Illustrator from 6-8PM. Visit the WonderRoot site for a full schedule of classes and events.
Wednesday, January 28
Atlanta restaurants and businesses will be participating in a Dine Out event on Wednesday, January 28th, 2009. Proceeds from this event will be donated to Crime Stoppers Atlanta and go directly to increasing the reward for information leading to the apprehension and arrest of the individuals involved in the murder of John Henderson at Standard Food & Spirits in Grant Park a few weeks ago.
You can find the complete list of participating businesses on ATAC’s website.
More info available from Fresh Loaf.
Friday, January 30
A week of great music continues with M83 and The Killers at the Atlanta Civic Center. Be sure to arrive in time for M83, on tour with The Killers following a sold-out U.S. fall tour, in support of their fifth album “Saturdays = Youth“.
Saturday, January 31
China On Screen opens at the High Museum of Art. The three-part series of award-winning films presented in coordination with The First Emperor: China’s Terracotta Army, features dramatic works by leading Sixth Generation figures and a celebrated documentary from a Canadian director of Chinese descent.