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3 Great Steakhouses in Georgia

If you happen to live in Georgia or you travel to Georgia often and you love to eat steaks then you have come to the right place because in this article we are going to talk about three amazing steakhouses in Georgia that you should definitely visit if you love good food and good service. All of these restaurants are known for serving delicious food prepared with fresh and high-quality ingredients. Also, these steakhouses are great options for enjoying a nice casual meal with some friends or family members but are also great options if you are looking for a place where you can celebrate a special occasion with your loved ones. Here are the three amazing steakhouses that made it on this list. If you haven't visited them already, make sure you do next time you get the chance because they will definitely not disappoint.

Buford pitcher commits to play baseball for Georgia Tech

Buford High School Class of 2024’s Nate Taylor announced via Twitter on Monday, Aug 1, his decision to further his academic and baseball careers at Georgia Tech. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound right-handed pitcher is the latest in a long list of Buford baseball players to commit to play for Georgia Tech after graduation. The Class of 2022’s Jackson Gaspard, Brant Baughcum and Riley Stanford will play for Georgia Tech in the upcoming season. Other Buford alumni who played baseball for Georgia Tech include San Francisco Giants’ Joey Bart, Alex Wilhite, Nick Wilhite, Keyton Gibson, Griffin Jolliff, Jake Burnette, Josh Heddinger and Chase Burnette.
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DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office hosted back-to-school jam Saturday

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - More than two dozen students who previously participated in a special DeKalb County program also joined in a back-to-school jam hosted by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday. The camp began at 9 a.m. at the Decatur headquarters, according to police officials. The event...

Norcross senior Kyra Andrews is talented in running, music and more

NORCROSS — Running is important to Kyra Andrews, but it isn’t all-encompassing. This summer was evidence of that. The Norcross senior spent a large portion of her break at the Governor’s Honors Program, a residential session for gifted high-schoolers, and put running on the back burner for a bit while she studied music, majoring in flute. She credited the program with helping her grow as a person and giving her confidence for the 2022-23 cross country and track seasons, even though it cut into her summer mileage somewhat.

Enjoy Dr. No -- The First 007 Movie -- Showing in Atlanta-area Theaters to Celebrate the 60th Year of James Bond Flicks

When Dr. No premiered in movie theatres in 1962, the world was a very different place. In the clutches of the Cold War with guided missiles aimed at major cities, the story of a daring playboy super spy who could simultaneously save the world from a cartoonish archvillain while romancing beautiful women provided titillations, entertainment and much-needed distraction.

Rappers Lil Baby, 21 Savage to host back to school events

ATLANTA - Two Grammy-winning rappers who call Atlanta home are providing school supplies and snacks to students Sunday. Rapper Lil Baby is teaming up with Goodr for his annual Back to School Fest in Atlanta. Artist 21 Savage's "Issa Back 2 School Drive" is in Decatur. Both are set to begin this afternoon.

How Universities Are Offering New Ways to Help Freshmen Upended by Pandemic

Some public colleges and universities in metro Atlanta are offering extra help this summer to prep first year students for the fall semester amid concerns that the pandemic left many high school students unprepared for higher education.  Georgia Gwinnett College is offering expanded orientation sessions to help students adjust to campus life. Kennesaw State University offers […]

Blue Skies Follow Anniston Woodstock Winners

Anniston, AL – Brown wins men’s race that eluded him last year, women’s race closest this century, 2 state age records set By Allen J. Long A “blue sky” was the theme of this year’s Woodstock 5K. A motif seen throughout its promotional material, social media posts, award plaques and even the color shades of its […]

'We're all in it together': Kiwanis, Marietta schools host back to school kickoff

pMARIETTA — The Kiwanis Club of Marietta partnered with Marietta City Schools for a morning of fun and learning at Henry Park on Saturday./p pA book giveaway in the gazebo welcomed guests, with themed tables surrounding the walking trail for families to visit. The early learning kickoff gave families and their children the opportunity to read in the park, blow bubbles, enjoy popsicles, ride tricycles, and play parachute games./p pFormer Marietta Councilman Philip Goldstein said more than 500 books were given away to children./p pNow in its fourth year, Christine Ramirez, director of early learning for Marietta City Schools, said it's about supporting young learners./p pI believe it's very important knowing that we're all in it together, she said./p

Marietta Cobb Museum of Art presents “Art of the Cocktail”

The Marietta Cobb Museum of Art posted the following announcement to the City of Marietta website about their upcoming “Art of the Cocktail” fundraiser:. MARIETTA – Marietta Cobb Museum of Art is pleased to announce the “art of the cocktail”. This event will be held August 19th from 6:00 pm until 8:30 pm. The featured specialty cocktails are “The Elderflower Spritz” and “The Venetian Spritz” presented by Santa Margherita. Tangible Jazz Dreams will provide fun, interesting, and melodic Jazz-fusion music to entertain guests. Entertainment provided in partnership with MCMA and Robinson’s Coins. Attendees to this event will also enjoy the current exhibition, Metro Montage XXII. Metro Montage is the annual juried exhibition featuring artists from around the country.

Former NFL Star Demaryius Thomas' Cause of Death Revealed

Former NFL star Demaryius Thomas' cause of death revealed originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston. Demaryius Thomas’ cause of death has been revealed just under eight months after his tragic passing. The former NFL star wide receiver died of complications related to a seizure disorder, according to an autopsy...