Thursday, February 22, 2007


Howard Zinn

  • 7pm: Eddie's Attic presents Tom Rush, 404.377.4976
  • 7-9pm: Art House invites you to a Figure Drawing session, $3 donation at the door for 2 hours of drawing fun, 404.377.7050
  • 7:15pm: Georgia Center for the Book presents John Eaves, the newly elected chairman of Fulton County Commission, discussing his new book, Speakers of the House: Morehouse Men Reflect on Their Journey to Manhood, a collection of inpsiring works from 30 of Morehouse College's most distinguished graduates, Decatur Library, 404.370.8450
  • 7:30pm: Indie Coffe and Books presents its monthly Indie Movie Night featuring Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train. Author of pivotal A People's History of the United States, historian and activist Howard Zinn has been at the forefront of progressive thought in America for decades, 404.378.7110
  • 8pm: Theatre Decatur presents Having Our Say - The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years, 404.373.5311
  • 8pm: Java Monkey hosts its Thursday Wine Series with wine, music and massage, 404.378.502
  • 9:30pm: Eddie's Attic presents Francisco Vidal & Scott Munns, Stef Dorfman and Kneckdown, 404.377.4976

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