The Griffin Choral Arts community chorus, under the direction of Dr. Stephen J. Mulder, will present “Masterworks: Mozart’s Requiem” on Thursday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at The Griffin Auditorium.
This concert features Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D Minor, one of Mozart’s most performed and popular but also mysterious works. The Mozart Requiem became popular most recently in 1984 through its prominence in the plot line of the Oscarwinning film Amadeus.
While the film features only isolated excerpts from the Requiem, the GCA concert will be an excellent opportunity to hear this masterpiece in its entirety. [Full Story »]
2 White Great Pyrenees Dogs. This is Russell. The female, Danny, is slightly smaller and with a little bit of grey mixed in on the ears and head.
They are roughly 2 years old. Last seen at Honeywood Farms at the corner of
Highway 18 & Piedmont Road.
Phone Pete at 773-383-5797
or the Honeywood Office
My lovely bride sometimes complains that I am not very observant.
However, I feel people observe things that are of interest to them.
I make mental notes of things I take notice of but I am less likely than some others to comment on them. So, I hope that I am more observant than I may seem. Here are a few observations that are at the forefront of my feeble brain as yet another cold, rainy Monday dawns.
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A man called for medical assistance after claiming he was assaulted Tuesday afternoon on Mill Street in Barnesville. Dozens of people were aimlessly milling around in the area adjacent to and across from the BPD headquarters when the incident occurred just before 3 p.m.