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A guide to the folks in Atlanta who are roasting artisan beans, serving delicious brews, or even doing both.
The Great Speckled Bird was born in controversy. The front page of its first issue, in March 1968, featured an illustration of then-publisher of the Atlanta Constitution Ralph McGill, alongside Lyndon B. Johnson and Jesus, emerging from a cracked egg.
Time to get outside and play! From basketball to fishing to hiking to hanging out in a hammock, here's 50 great things to do outdoors around Atlanta.
Pam Longobardi is an Atlanta-based professor, artist, and founder of the Drifters Project, which mobilizes cleaning efforts along coastlines around the world. She is known for her assemblages, abstract paintings, documentary photos, and large-scale installations made of discarded plastic collected from waterways and beaches. Like other nature-focused artists, her art sees both the environment’s beauty and its proximity to peril. Here are five more artists doing the same: combining nature, art, and climate action.
After a year of brainstorming, planning, and sweating over every stitch of their costumes, this Labor Day weekend, cosplayers from across the nation will descend upon downtown for Dragon Con. We spoke to four cosplayers attending this year’s convention about their outfits, creative process, and the community they’ve found through cosplay.
See Wiz Khalifa and Logic take the stage, catch an Atlanta Falcons open practice, and more things to do this weekend in Atlanta, August 11-14, 2022.
See Kendrick Lamar at State Farm Arena, indulge in a French-style summer festival at Cooks & Soldiers, and more things to do this weekend in Atlanta, July 29-31, 2022.
If we’ve learned anything over the last few years, it’s that working in a hospital is never routine. We asked the metro’s most respected physicians to share stories of unexpected, inspiring, and memorable cases.
Play pinball at the Southern-Fried Gaming Expo, check out a family-friendly world premiere at the Alliance Theatre, and things to do this weekend in Atlanta, July 14-17, 2022.
Cheer on the runners in the annual Peachtree Road Race, chow down at food tucks, catch some live music, and of course, watch plenty of fireworks
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