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What are you doing this weekend? April 17-20

Easter eggs, Earth Day, and some very special “bunnies”

You can literally have a “hoppy” holiday this Easter with Sweetwater’s annual beer shebang or celebrate the old fashioned way with one of the city’s many egg hunts. Plus, a charitable way to give back to the planet this weekend. Read more...

What are you doing this weekend? April 10-13

A big shanty, a quest for dino eggs, and sheep shearing

Sometimes a little tweak can transform your average weekend event into a completely unique experience. Like hunting for dinosaur eggs or artful masterpieces instead of Easter eggs, or performing a Shakespearean tale with ballet dancers twirling to Philip Glass. Sure, we love the classic version of these events, but the oddities pique our curiosity like no other. Read more...

What are you doing this weekend? April 3-6

Brews, inflatable obstacles, and some incredible pups

If you really wanted to, you could wake up Saturday morning, slide headfirst down a giant inflatable slide, sip on (quite) a few beers, watch dogs defy gravity, and finish the night by donning tights and a cape and boozing it up super hero–style. But pure mortals should probably stick to participating in just a few of this weekend’s events. Read more...

How to tell Sherlock and Star Trek fans apart

221B Con and TrekTrax both take over Atlanta this month.

Conventions aren’t only fun for conventioneers. When fanfests are in town, spotting costumed revelers is a spectator sport. This month, two legendary fictional universes collide as 221B Con (April 4–6) and TrekTrax Atlanta (April 25–27) bring Sherlock Holmes junior gumshoes and Star Trek Trekkers to our streets. Read more...

What are you doing this weekend? March 27-30

Festivals galore! And a few other happenings

It’s the quintessential rite of spring—more festivals than you could ever hope to attend. And this weekend has a whole slew of the outdoor jubilations, celebrating everything from bacon to bluegrass. Read more...