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What are you doing this weekend? July 24-27

Ice cream, zombies, and Scarlett O’Hara

After a brief, record-breaking cool spell, it’s supposed to be good and hot again this weekend. Chill out with ample amounts of ice cream, kick back at a soccer game (yes people, there is soccer post World Cup), or amp up the heat by dancing the day away. Read more...

Just how much of a college football fanatic are you?

You could win early admission to the new Hall of Fame. Also a year of free Chick-fil-A

Informing either a Georgia Dawg or a doctor, “I bleed white and gold,” will likely cause sincere concern. Both will question your health. One will question your sanity . . . but only because when it comes to college sports, team loyalty runs deep. Read more...

What are you doing this weekend? July 17-20

Tennis, tomatoes, and a Parisian party


This weekend is all about the art of the throwback. Relive the ’70s with the Doobie Brothers, get your grade school on at Field Day, remember the Civil War at the Atlanta History Center, and unleash your inner child at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Perfectly content with the present? Don’t worry, there’s plenty of other stuff going on too. Read more...

Will Jay Z and Beyonce cause worse gridlock than Snowpocalypse?

50,000 tickets have been sold for tonight’s Georgia Dome show.

Jay Z and Beyoncé's On the Run tour stops in Atlanta tonight. The power couple’s gig at the Dome is sold out, and officials are projecting hordes of fans to make their way Downtown, where folks are still a bit jittery what with this weekend's car show stampede. The already problematic traffic conditions at the Dome will be worse because of construction underway for the new Falcons stadium. Read more...

7 slightly random, mostly Atlanta-centric facts to help you enjoy the World Cup final

Who knew? There's a futbol club team in Argentina named Atlanta.

Drinking beer, singing songs, spilling said beer while shouting “Gooooal!,” and singing more songs, it all comes to an end with Sunday’s World Cup 2014 final between Germany and Argentina. Will Germany score seven goals again, as they did against tear-stained Brazil? Will Messi turn all the pressure into diamonds with seven goals of his own? In what has been a zany World Cup, not even Nate Silver has the answers. Read more...