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'Happiest Baby' film to screen across metro Atlanta

'Happiest Baby' film to screen across metro Atlanta

ATLANTA -- Pediatrician Dr. Harvey Karp is bringing his famous, revolutionary parenting techniques to a movie theater near you.

The film Parent' Night Out with the Happiest Baby & Happiest Toddler, starring Dr. Harvey Karp will be screened at select theaters at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 21. The screenings will be hosted by actress Ali Landry.

Learn more about Karp and his parenting guides, The Happiest Baby on the Block and The Happiest Toddler on the Block, at www.happiestbaby.com.

Tickets to the Parents Night Out film can be purchased online or at participating theaters' box offices:

Regal North Point Market 8
6500 North Point Parkway

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24
3265 Northeast Expressway

Atlanta Opera High School Opera Institute to give concert

Atlanta Opera High School Opera Institute to give concert

ATLANTA -- The 11 talented local students who participated in this year's Atlanta Opera High School Opera Institute will give a special concert next month.

The institute, which is one of only a few programs of its kind in the U.S., puts high school students through a rigorous audition process and offers eight months of workshops, vocal coaching and other courses for young people who are interested in pursuing music careers.

In the three years the Atlanta Opera has offered the program, 11 of its graduates have gone on to study music at universities and conservatories across the country.

KSU to graduate first business, nursing doctoral students

KSU to graduate first business, nursing doctoral students

KENNESAW, Ga. -- The first-ever students to receive Doctor of Business Administration and Doctor of Nursing Science degrees from Kennesaw State University will graduate next week.

The school's spring commencement will be held Tuesday, May 8 through Thursday, May 10. Altogether, 2,246 students are expected to receive their diplomas.

Kennesaw State also plans to award its 14th honorary doctorate to Harnisch Foundation president Ruth Ann Harnisch for her contributions to the university's Center for Sustainable Journalism.

All five graduation ceremonies will take place at the Kennesaw State University Convocation Center.

College of the Arts
College of Science and Math
University College

Tuesday, May 8 at 2 p.m.
Speaker: Joseph Bankoff, president and CEO of the Woodruff Arts Center

Graduate College
Tuesday, May 8 at 7 p.m.
Speaker: Billy Hayes, CEO of Northside Hospital-Cherokee

Merry Christmas from Gov. Deal

Merry Christmas from Gov. Deal

ATLANTA -- Governor Nathan Deal issued a special holiday greeting for Georgia residents on Friday.

As Christmas nears, I wanted to wish every Georgian a merry Christmas and a happy holiday season.

Christmas has a special way of reminding us what is really important: our faith in God, family and the well-being of our fellow man.

But Christmas is not limited to a single season or date on a calendar. These feelings of peace and love are always with us throughout our lives. For many, Christmas serves as a rejuvenation of these values and ideals.

After the gifts are all unwrapped and the candles begin to dim, our spirits will once again be enriched and fully restored.

As we reflect on all we have been able to accomplish this past year, we will cary this rejuvenated spirit to achieve all the goals that we have set for the coming years.

Missing teen found, Mattie's Call canceled

Missing teen found, Mattie's Call canceled

KENNESAW, Ga. -- Cobb County Police have canceled a Mattie's Call for a missing Kennesaw teen.

Nineteen-year-old Davonn Tyree Browder disappeared from his Owens Point Trail home on Monday. Police said the teen is a paranoid schizophrenic who does not take medication, and they were initially concerned for his safety.

Early Thursday morning, Atlanta Police received a call about a suspicious person in an unidentified park. That person was Browder, who told responding officers that he wanted to go home.

Browder seemed happy and in good health when he was found, according to Cobb County Police spokesman Mike Bowman. The teen has since been reunited with his family.

Why don't you have a Cake Ball by Nikki ?

 Why don't you have a Cake Ball by Nikki ?

It is always the journey, which gets us to our final destination.

Cake Balls by Nikki is definitely not your average dessert. The talented Nikki Grant started this business opportunity one year ago. Grant came to Downtown Atlanta 10 years ago to start a career in fashion.  As her journey began it eventually placed her inside of a kitchen and thus the start of her empire. Cooking for co-workers and family members has always been a passion of hers, and now she is making an entity of her passionate business plan.  She works out of an industrial kitchen in Kennesaw.

Cake Balls are great for everyone, from health consciences people to desert queens and kings. You can have a treat after a great workout or if you have a sweet tooth that needs to be filled. The holidays are here and these cake balls are great for parting gifts for holiday’s parties and gatherings.

KSU accounting professor named new provost

KSU accounting professor named new provost

KENNESAW, Ga. -- W. Ken Harmon had been named Kennesaw State University's new provost and vice president for academic affairs, the school announced Monday.

Harmon, an accounting professor, has served as interim provost since July 2010. He joined KSU in 2006 and was named dean of the school's Coles College of Business in 2009.

"Since joining Kennesaw State, Ken Harmon has demonstrated that he is an excellent leader who is committed to helping guide KSU on its path towards national prominence," KSU president Daniel Papp said in a statement.

Harmon previously served as dean of the Else School of Management at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss., and chair of the accounting departments at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Middle Tennessee State University and Arizona State University's West Campus. He holds a Doctor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Tennessee.