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Needed More New Faces for ‘Valor’

All submissions must be new faces to ‘Valor’

Supreme Guards

transessualismo falloplastica 20-40 yrs old – must be fit and muscular.  Ladies must be 5’6″ or taller.  Men must be clean shaven.

Rate avere un pene grande $64/8

Subject pene erezione 9/5: Harbor

Subject esercizi allungamento pene gratis 9/6: Seize

 

Special Forces Military

esercizi allungare pene Very athletic 20-40’s.  List any military or tactical training when submit.

Rate $125/8

Must be available to work both 9/6 and 9/7

Subject: Combat

 

Military Workers, Personnel and Medical Crew

18-50’s – must have military style hair and men must be clean shaven.  List any military or medical training.

Rate $64/8

Work 9/7

Subject: Salute
To submit, please email us 3 clear, well-lit, recent photos of yourself along with your name, age, height, weight and current phone number to:

Submissions@CatrettCasting.com 

Don’t forget to list experience, if applicable.
Be sure to use the correct subject line(s) when submitting.

The Land of the Walking Dead and more…

North, south, east or west there is always a great place to visit outside of Atlanta.

Located just 50 miles south of Atlanta, Senoia is a must see for Walking Dead fans!

When you get there the first stop should always be the Walking Dead Store and Museum and then you can follow it up  with a guided tour of filming locations.  Since shooting is gearing up again you never know what photo ops will arise!  Finish the morning off with lunch at the Walking Dead Cafe or one of the other local eating places like the Tomato House or Katie Lou’s Cafe.

 

Everyone in the family not a Walking Dead fan?  Don’t worry there is plenty to see and do for everyone!

Attractions:

 

The Buggy Shop Museum  Open April to October, the third Saturday and Sunday of the month from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m

Senoia Area Historical Society Museum  Senoia Area Historical Society Museum is open for tours Fridays and Saturdays 1:00 to 4:00. Admission is free. Five rooms and a research library in the 1870’s historic home give visitors a glimpse into Senoia past and present. Come enjoy the history, the stories, and the heritage.

Recreational Trails  The City has recreational trails in Marimac Lakes Park and along Rockaway Road.

Creative Canvas   This is where art is love – a great place for birthday parties,
bachelorette parties, private lessons, and weekend Sip N Paint classes

Raleigh Studios, Atlanta formerly Riverwood Studios chose Senoia because of its beautiful homes and scenery. Movies such as Fried Green Tomatoes, The War, and Andersonville have been filmed at Riverwood Studios located just outside the city limits of Senoia. The film industry has seen a recent resurgence in Georgia due to an attractive tax incentive program from the State. To date two dozen film and television projects have used the city as a backdrop.

Veranda Bed & Breakfast Listed on the National Register for Historic Places, this historic Greek revival mansion inn was built in 1906 as the Hollberg Hotel. Here Margaret Mitchell interviewed Civil War veterans to write “Gone With the Wind.”

Shopping:

Southern Ground Gallery  Shop the Shelly Brown fall collection early! Don’t miss 20% off entire store and the build your own Bloody Mary bar. Sunday  August 27th from 2-5pm

Carriage House Country Antiques & Gifts Featuring country antiques and collectibles, gift items and custom picture frames and mats

Gail’s Antiques   Featuring a variety of vendors and collectibles – visit their site on Facebook.com

 

 

 

Where Will You be Monday Afternoon?

It’s almost here!  Starting around 1pm on Monday the eclipse will cast a path of darkness across our state.  The last time Georgia was treated to this spectacle was 1984.  What makes this eclipse such a big deal is that this is the first time since 1918 that the 48 contiguous states will enjoy at least a partial eclipse and from Oregon to South Carolina areas will enjoy a total eclipse.

If you want to see midnight in the afternoon you will need to head north of Atlanta.  Some of the cities in the path are Baldwin, Clayton, Blairsville, Helen, Rabin Gap, and Blue Ridge along with four state parks: Vogel, Moccasin Creek, Black Rock Mountain, and Unicoi.  Be prepared for huge crowds if you head this way!

If you want to stay closer to home, Atlanta will still have a nice partial eclipse and a lot of places will be hosting special events.  Here are a few:

Atlanta Fulton Public Library System: Several branches will host special watch parties complete with eclipse viewing glasses. At most of the participating branches, you will be able to see a partial solar eclipse (95%) and/ or live streaming from NASA Live Stream (technology permitting). The following branches are all hosting events on Aug. 21 — times vary, but they are generally between 1-4 p.m. (maximum viewing should occur about 2:35 p.m.) Call each branch for details.

  • Northeast/Spruill Oaks Library 9560 Spruill Rd, Johns Creek 770-360-8820
  • Adamsville-Collier Heights Library 3424 Martin Luther King Jr., Dr. Atlanta 30331 404-699-4206
  • Adams Park Library 2231 Campbellton Rd. SW, Atlanta 30311 404-752-8763
  • Northside Library 3295 Northside Parkway, NW, Atlanta 30327 404-814-3508
  • Ocee Branch Library 5090 Abbotts Bridge Rd., Alpharetta 770-360-8897
  • Ponce de Leon Branch Library 980 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE., Atlanta 404-885-7820

Chattahoochee Nature Center: From 2-3 p.m. catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse. Viewing glasses provided while supplies last. Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Rd, Roswell

Dunwoody Nature Center: A solar eclipse party from 1-4 p.m. with peak eclipse at 2:35 p.m. and 97% will take place in the baseball fields. Special viewing glasses will be supplied while they last. Park at the Baseball Fields and bring a blanket or chairs. Dunwoody Senior Baseball Fields, 5321 Roberts Drive, Atlanta

Fernbank Science Center: See the partial solar eclipse, about 97 %, weather permitting, through solar filtered telescopes for safe viewing and enjoy programs throughout the day and live streaming of the eclipse as it crosses the country. Fernbank Science Center, 156 Heaton Park Dr., Atlanta

Georgia Institute of Technology: From 1 – 4 p.m., enjoy live streaming of the eclipse from the Georgia Tech Observatory as well as the use of safe viewing tools including eye-safe telescopes, pinhole cameras and shoebox projectors. There will be an auditory journey of the solar system and astronomy-themed music and snacks. Georgia Tech, Kessler Campanile, 355 North Ave NW, Atlanta

Georgia State University: On Georgia State’s downtown campus the public can view the eclipse through solar telescopes set up in front of 25 Park Place, Atlanta.

Ponce City Market Skyline Park: At 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 21, Skyline Park and HowStuffWorks will host an eclipse viewing party on the rooftop of Ponce City Market. The first 300 guests will get free viewing glasses, after that, glassed can be purchased for $2 while supplies last. There will be games, trivia and the bar and concessions will be open. Regular admission rates for Skyline Park apply: $10 for adults and kids over 12, $7 for kids under 12 (kids under 3 are free). Visit skylineparkatlanta.com for details.

Tellus Science Museum: Catch the eclipse in Cartersville with a live feed and play-by-play of the eclipse progress with Tellus staff. Outside, view the 97% eclipse in the Tellus Observatory and on the museum lawn through smaller telescopes. Viewing glasses are available for purchase. Tellus Science Museum, 100 Tellus Drive
Cartersville.

Woodruff Park: Visit the park from 2 – 4 p.m. The first 200 people will get a free pair solar eclipse glasses and enjoy games, music, and more during this event in conjunction with AFPLS. Woodruff Park, 91 Peachtree Street, Atlanta

 

You can also check your local paper or Chamber of Commerce to see what may be planned in your area.

 

If the weather is bad or you just don’t want to fight the crowds there will be plenty of ways to view on line or on tv.

 

ABC News: David Muir heads “The Great American Eclipse,” the two-hour live coverage of the eclipse on Abcnews.go.com which includes views of the eclipse as well as the scene from watch parties and landmarks along the path of totality. The live stream will also be available on Facebook Live, YouTube and across ABC News social media channels. There will also be an on-air broadcast from 1 – 3 p.m. ET.

Astronomy.com: See live streaming of the eclipse from Denver, Colorado on Astronomy.com. Streaming will be in 4K. This is not a total eclipse as Colorado will only get about a 92 percent partial eclipse at maximum coverage in Denver. Tune in just before 2 p.m. ET to be sure to catch the action.

Eclipse Across America: For a unique take on live streaming, check out the High Altitude Balloon Project in which students and ballooning groups launch high-altitude balloons with cameras up into the sky to capture views of the eclipse. Viewing is available at eclipse.stream.live.

NASA Television: On Aug. 21 from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. ET, NASA Television will host “Eclipse Across America: Through the Eyes of NASA,” an unprecedented live video event as the eclipse makes its way across America from Oregon to South Carolina. There will also be coverage of activities taking place in parks, libraries, stadiums, festivals and museums across the country, and on social media. You can watch from Facebook Live, YouTube, Periscope/Twitter, NASA apps or from the live stream page at nasa.gov/eclipselive.

 

However you choose to view the eclipse have fun and be safe.  Do NOT look directly at sun will unprotected eyes or regular sunglasses.  Make sure you use special solar glasses or #14 welder’s glass for direct viewing.  The safest way, however, is to make a pinhole project.  Use a pencil point to make a hole in an index card or piece of cardboard and place a second piece on the ground.  Hold the card with pinhole about 3 or 4 feet above above the one on the ground and align it with the sun (make sure you don’t look directly at the sun while doing this.  The eclipse will be projected onto the card on the ground.  The larger the pinhole the larger the sun will look.

SUBMIT NOW! PARENTS AND TEACHERS WITH CARS!

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS & PARENTS w/ CARS

Seeking males and females of any ethnicity to portray middle school teachers or parents picking up their kids after school. Teachers should be professional looking, conservative, and appear studious and educated. Should own appropriate clothing for a teacher as well. Parents, we are seeking cars, minivans, SUVs, etc. Please no WHITE, RED, or BLACK vehicles.

Teacher Rate: $64/8 
and Parent/CAR Rate: $64/8 +$25 Auto Bump
Works: Tuesday, August 15th

Send us 3 photos of yourself and your vehicle, name, age height, weight, phone number, car color, make and model to mailto:Submissions@CatrettCasting.com
Subject: DETENTION

LOOKING FOR PHOTO DOUBLES!

**FATHOM CASTING**
6’0-6’4 CAUCASIAN MALE PHOTO DOUBLE
Seeking 6’0-6’4 Blonde Caucasian male. Ages 40-60’s ideally with a balding spot on the back of the head.
Rate: $140/12
Send us 3 photos, name, age height, weight, phone number and experience to Submissions@CatrettCasting.com
Work Date: Friday, August 11
Subject: SIMPSON

 

5’8-5’10 RED BEARDED PHOTO DOUBLE
Seeking 5’8-5’10 red bearded Caucasian male. Preferably bald, but not required.
Rate: $140/12
Send us 3 photos, name, age height, weight, phone number and experience to Submissions@CatrettCasting.com
Works Friday, August 11
Subject: RED BEARD

Local Filmmaker Badar

 

‘Last Lesson’, a short film by local filmmaker Badar, is an official selection of Atlanta Underground Film Festival.  Come out and support local filmmakers.

 

Screenshot from “Last Lesson”

 

Click image to see other selections of this year’s film festival!

 

Badar is a SCAD alumni and Atlanta filmmaker. Check out his work here.

ART PARTY 2017

Do you care about the local art scene in our great city of Atlanta? Clear your calendar for August 27th to attend ART PARTY 2017 brought to you by Atlanta Contemporary. See their information below and click the link to purchase general admission tickets starting at $50.00. We hope to see you there! 

“ART PARTY supports free admission, every day and underwrites our mission to engage the public through the creation, presentation and advancement of contemporary art.

https://atlantacontemporary.org/events/art-party

The Night’s Happenings
Art. Music. Food. Drinks.

Join us for an amazing evening that underwrites Atlanta Contemporary’s vision to remain free admission, every day. Meander throughout the campus – entering at Bankhead Ave. Grab a quick bite at one of our many food stations and wind your way into the Pavilion – mix, mingle, and move forward to enjoy a specialty cocktail provided by one of our esteemed Mixologists-in-Residence.

Artists. Community.

Cool off inside and experience an array of exhibitions in the main galleries, Sliver Space, and a to-be-revealed gallery expansion. Before you venture out, be sure to amuse your inner COVER lover. Then step outside and venture into any and every studio – peruse, circulate, and SHOP – supporting our acclaimed artists participating in the Studio Artist Program.

Why come to Art Party 2017?

ART PARTY is a night to celebrate contemporary art in Atlanta. It’s the night where we recognize the range of voices necessary to create a vibrant arts community.

Dress to impress but remember it’s going to be hot!
ART PARTY is rain or shine.
16+ to party, 21+ to drink. Must show ID at check-in.
Parking: Enter on Bankhead Ave, follow parking signs to AAA attendants.
Means Street is closed! Do not enter on Means Street NW.”

 

 

Creative XPO 2017

When? – This Thursday, January 19, from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Where? – Fernbank Museum of Natural History 767 Clifton Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30307
Get tickets here!

“REGISTER TODAY!

Creative Xpo 2017 is the most exciting “creative to business” expo that displays creative talent in digital media, arts & entertainment industry from a fresh cutting-edge perspective. College students, graduates and industry professionals will showcase their creative works, products or services through exhibits, presentations, panel discussions and live demonstrations.

Creative Xpo 2017 is an interactive expo, like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. It’s full of non-stop action throughout the evening. There will never be a dull moment. If you are an independent artist, business owner, entrepreneur, and you are serious about increasing your creative network, this is a “MUST ATTEND” event.

Exhibitors will showcase works in the following fields:
2D & 3D Animation
Advertise & Marketing
Art
Audio Production
Digital Photography
Film & Television Production
Game Design & Programming
Graphic & Web Design
Illustration
New Technologies
Visual Effects & Motion Graphics

Want to Exhibit? or Partner? Click here and enter code “partner”
Want to volunteer? Email us at 2017Xpo@gmail.com and email us your resume or a link to your linkedin page.
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