The Weekly Check-Up Atlanta

Sue Schroeder of CORE Dance and Harris Botnick of Worthmore Jewelers

Listen to a recording of the first hour of the show.

Listen to a recording of the second hour of the show.

Sue Schroeder of CORE Dance


Sue Schroeder founded CORE Dance, formerly Several Dancers Core, in 1980. Throughout her 33 years of experience as a choreographer, Sue has developed relationships with emerging and world-renowned artists, transforming CORE Dance into an internationally acclaimed company, known for its riveting, passionate, and unique work.

On September 13 and 14, 2013, the CORE Performance Company will kick-off their 27th season in Atlanta with a performance at the Performing Arts Center of Decatur High School. They will perform Sue’s original work, still. Inspired by the poem, “La Escuela,” by Garcia Lorca, still embodies Sue’s signature style of movement, revealing the intimate alongside the archetypal. Other original works to be performed include Web by guest artist, Becky Valls, and Monochrome in Black, White, and Gray by members of CORE Performance Company.

To learn more about Sue Schroeder and CORE Dance, visit

Harris Botnick of Worthmore Jewelers

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Harris Botnick has been in the jewelry business since 1987. After completing diamond training at the Gemological Institute of America in 1988, he enjoyed a hiatus from the norm while exploring different paths of creativity.

Then in 1993, he decided instead of trying to fit in with a specific group, he wanted to open a jewelry store that would cater to all groups. Worthmore Jewelers was founded with the mission to offer top quality jewelry and watches at the best prices around to everyone.

No matter what your style, orientation, or taste, from day one Worthmore Jewelers is here to make you happy and take care of all your jewelry and watch needs. What Harris enjoys most about Worthmore Jewelers is the unique atmosphere created by the entire staff.

To learn more about Worthmore Jewelers, visit