New this Month
Metro LifeThis month features Earthday and we sit down with Kelsi Eccles from EarthShare, get a taste of an Atlanta original with Sublime Doughnuts, and join us as we peruse the aisles of Atlanta’s largest vinyl record store Criminal Records. And finally we get our hands dirty in building fences with "the Lady with a Hammer" at Cascade Fencing. All in this edition of Metro Life.
Premieres April 4th at 6:30p.m.
We meet with Rosemary Kimble the owner of an Earthship home, with minimal reliance on public utilities and fossil fuels. Also, we journey to the Metro Atlanta Community Mikvah to see how this is an important practice for the Jewish people.
Premieres March 31st at 7:00p.m.
In this episode, Lampra discusses signs related to all things family. You will learn signs for everyone in your family including children, parents, cousins, and grandparents. Also, if you have a child who is deaf or hard of hearing, Lampra teaches signs for such things as cleaning up, washing hands, and time for bed.
Premieres Tuesdays 7:00p.m.
This program raises the curtain on the amazing history of the Rialto Theater, its renovation and rebirth. The center stands as a great example of how the arts can help transform a community.
April 10th at 7:00p.m.
What to do for dinner? Check out some of our favorite recipes we have gather throughout the years from guests, hosts, visitors and friends of AIB everything from authentic ethnic dishes, healthy snacks for kids to quick and simple desserts.
AIB is also heavily vested in the creation and distribution of original programming content that feeds the mind and promotes healthy bodies and spirits. From programs that encourage exercise to educational programs that teach a new language, AIB original programming is for life and for all to enjoy.
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Peachtree Presbyterian is an intergenerational community of faith experiencing growth through its ministry to young families. The ministry and leadership of Interim Senior Pastor, Dr. Dave Peterson are marked with biblical, relevant preaching and an outward focus for the church. We believe that a personal relationship with Jesus Christ changes us and reshapes our life purpose. Because God has changed our lives for good, we want all the people we know (and don’t know) to know Him.
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