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From barbecue to zombies, 10 great things to do this weekend

Plus an art fest and a Mary Poppins sing-along


As summer slowly beings wrapping up, Atlantans are apparently taking to their grills in a big way with not just one, but two festivals dedicated to barbecue this weekend. But fear not vegetarians, this weekend also offers up an art festival, a zombie/baseball extravaganza, a sing-along, a video game play-athon, a hair metal band’s final bow, and more. Read more...

From seafood fests to football, 7 great things to do this weekend

Plus singing cats and two ‘90s rock legends

Cheers Atlanta—If you missed the barrage of festivals earlier this summer, you can catch up this weekend with at least two big fests—and enough music to satisfy just about every type of fan. Plus, NFL football finally returns. If all that isn’t enough, you could always just hit the bars. Read more...

From Monsterama to the Soap Box Derby, 7 great things to do this weekend

And, of course, there's that tax-free holiday

Just like the week before Christmas, we already know exactly where you’re going to be this weekend—at Target stocking up on anything that could be remotely classified as a school supply during the Georgia tax holiday. But just in case you need a break from the shop-a-thon, here are a few other events happening around town. Read more...

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...