Hundreds of immigration advocates gathered at Plaza Fiesta on stormy Friday evening as part of the national Lights for Liberty event protesting the Trump administration’s treatment of immigrants.
Now in its third year, the Art of Metanoia highlights underground artists and fuses the vibes of a concert, art gallery opening, and social mixer all into one.
Celebrate the historic moment with a moon-themed pop-up bar, film screenings, activities for kids, and more.
Commentary: Atlanta needs more affordable housing, but the city’s plan is short on dollars and details
Georgia State professor Dan Immergluck on why the city of Atlanta's new Housing Affordability Action Plan falls short of what the city needs to address a growing housing affordability crisis.
Taste dozens of tomato-based dishes at Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival, play old-school games at Southern-Fried Gaming Expo, or rock out at a Train and Goo Goo Dolls concert.
The young leader of Clarkston, Georgia, which has been called the most diverse square mile in America, declared today he’s running for U.S. Senate.
In 2014, five friends from metro Atlanta who collected old arcade games decided to show off their cabinets to fellow vintage-gaming enthusiasts. Five years later, the Southern Fried Gaming Expo has become a three-day affair, drawing more than 3,000 attendees and hundreds of pinball-machine and arcade cabinets.
It's hard to imagine a young singer today who better possesses the grace and vocal skills needed to play the wide-eyed, inquisitive mermaid than Atlanta's own Halle Bailey, one half of duo Chloe x Halle.
Curious where Stranger Things filmed in Georgia? Most of the iconic spots—Starcourt Mall, Hawkins Middle School, Hawkins National Lab, are within an hour of Atlanta.
The Communicable Disease Center, first located on Peachtree Street in downtown, initially focused on eradicating malaria. But Dr. Joseph Mountin pushed to expand its mission to other diseases. With financial support from Coca-Cola tycoon and philanthropist Robert Woodruff, the CDC did exactly that.