Katya Bobrek

Although satin, balloons and mulch are three seemingly unrelated objects, last weekend, Emory Dance Company (EDC) used all three in their fall semester performance at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. The show was made up of five dance pieces ...

Teal, navy, cobalt or peacock — they’re all shades of blue and the inspiration behind Emory’s first themed student art gallery. The Emory Media, Literature and Arts Outreach (MLAO) House hosted the “Peacock Gallery” on Friday, Oct. 16. Thirty-five students ...

I have never actually seen anyone wear bowler hats or knee high socks with bermuda shorts, but Monday night, I saw both — multiple times. On tour for his newest album, Racine Carrée, Belgian singer and rapper Paul Van Haver, ...

It’s a bookworm’s dream: stalls and stalls of books, local theatre performances and book signings from over 600 authors. Last weekend, novelists, poets and book enthusiasts came together in downtown Decatur to celebrate literature and the arts at the 10th ...