The little shop could close, if something doesn’t change Yesterday, City Pages published a story relaying the plight of spicy food gem Marla’s Caribbean Cuisine. The chef-loved spot at 3761 Bloomington Avenue is owned by Marla Jadoonanan and her husband Ian. Show More Summary
From Little Shop of Stories - On Thursday, November 30th – 7 pm Please join us for the tree lighting on Decatur Square! We will have hot chocolate and other goodies and music from the F.AVE chorus. Free and open to the public! This wonderful...Show More Summary
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Post by Maressa Brown. "I was busy looking at a tag, Nahla was very little," the 50-year-old star revealed of her now-9-year-old daughter. "She was there, I looked around, and she was not there. And you have that moment where I was like,...Show More Summary
A pun that became a series, "Blood Drive" is the story, more or less, of a race in which the cars run on human blood. (It’s “Death Race 2000” meets “The Little Shop of Horrors” in a quick pitch.) It premieres Wednesday on Syfy, just where one might expect to find such a thing. As in the Quentin...
For Diane Capriola, books are more than a business; they are a way to save the world. The former child psychologist opened Little Shop of Stories in Decatur eleven years ago to share her love of children’s literature with the community. Since 2013, she’s also served as Children’s and Teens’ Program Director for the Decatur […]
Good morning. It’s Tuesday, March 14, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES The haves and have-nots Orange County’s Little Saigon bustles with colorful shopping centers and a seemingly endless supply of eateries that increasingly draw foodies from around the region. But behind...
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We're long overdue for a modern update on Little Shop of Horrors, the story of a Nice Guy who breaks bad.
Johnny Marr’s autobiography Set The Boy Free opens in the summer of 1968, with a 4-year-old Marr staring at a little wooden guitar in a shop window. In a life defined by the guitar, there’s no more fitting place to start the story than with the moment Marr came to possess his first instrument, transfixed beyond explanation. Show More Summary
Have you been inside the newly renovated Little Shop of Stories yet?? It’s been open to the general public for about a week and it’s pretty awesome. I took a bunch of photos this past weekend, which I’m sharing in this post. LSOS co-owner Diane Capriola tells us “We are thrilled about this new chapter […]
Watching this episode of American Horror Story: Accents was sort of like going on a shopping spree, eating a whole box of candy, or actually paying for internet pornography. It wasn't just a little indulgence — it was a whole heap of them all at once. The feeling left me giddy ... More »
True story: on a trip to France I walked into a coifferie believing that it would be a coffee shop A coifferie is not a coffee shop. It’s a hair salon. Boy did I feel silly. And a little guilty about my lack of French skills. Have you...Show More Summary
The Weird, True Story Behind The Classic Musical “Little Shop Of Horrors” The unlikely backstory behind one of the weirdest, best movie musicals ever made — and the secret, lost ending! Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
We’ve helped bring multiple slogans to life for the city on t-shirts in the past. Well, now we’re thinking a bit more…um…sleeveless? Dave at Little Shop of Stories – one of the true brainchildren behind DM’s one and only t-shirt slogan “Decatur: There’s a Festival For That!” – has a new creative branding campaign he’d like to launch: creating […]
Unsurprisingly, the hoverboard has an amazing origin story. Even animals have a shopping list. Here are some pictures of some little furry friends pushing tiny shopping carts. These clever illustrations have a pessimistic look on modern society. Coming attractions: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children What if dogs looked as big as they thought they were?
The text consists of first lines from books, alphabetized by the first word. Distributed by the Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, Georgia. I didn't find a definitive list of sources, but a number of attempts have been compiled at the Reddit discussion thread.
Dave at Little Shop of Stories writes in to remind us of this author event tonight at 7:00pm at Decatur Library. Sherman Alexie, one of the best and most diverse American writers working today, will be at the Decatur Library to introduce his newest work and first picture book, Thunder Boy Jr. Named after his […]
City of Decatur credit card holders often dine on the taxpayer dime [Decaturish] Little Shop of Stories expands to Vivid Boutique [3ten] Decatur Restaurant and Bar For Sale [Shumacher] Six Restaurant Counting on Success in Oak Grove [TNT] Census: Atlanta among fastest growing metro areas [ABC] Sandy Springs Streetcars Floated by Panel [Curbed] Car-Pooling Helps […]
From: http://dekalblibrary.orgIn coordination with Little Shop of Stories, the Georgia Center for the Book welcomes award-winning author, actor and director Henry Winkler and his writing partner Lin Oliver. They will discuss Here's Hank: You Can't Drink Meatballs Through a Straw, the seventh book in their Here's Hank series. Show More Summary