Nick Offerman at the Tabernacle and Christmas events at Stone Mountain and the Alliance Theatre.
For that old-fashioned newspaper pulpit wedged between horoscope and wedding announcements, Lauretta Hannon makes a promise to readers of the Marietta Daily Journal: “Not your granny’s advice column.”
Widespread Panic at the Fox, Scrooge meets improv at Dad's Garage, and Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker
Some metro Atlanta coffeehouses, shops, and restaurants spend a portion (or all) of their profits to help the homeless, refugees, the environment, people in developing countries, and others in need. And you can easily support those causes too just by redirecting your spending habits.
The best ways to kick off summer with your kids, including puppet shows, butterflies, outdoor movies, bike-riding clinics and more.
Boosters say the streetcar will transport more people around downtown, connect riders to the larger MARTA system, and bring business to struggling areas of town. If they want to come close to that, here are six things they should consider doing based on my experience commuting by the Atlanta Streetcar for the past eight weeks.
Forget the namesake of "J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan" currently taking off eight times a week in the round at the 360-degree tented theater downtown at Pemberton Place. We'd wager that most of the wide-eyed kids in the crowd would rather be Tinkerbell as portrayed by UCLA graduate Emily Yetter when they refuse to grow up.
When the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launched in 2000, it unfolded over 10 days in four theaters. Today, the organization holds year-round events at area theaters and campuses, and its annual 23-day showcase attracts nearly 50,000 people, plus Hollywood hotshots like Lawrence Kasdan and Judd Hirsch, making it Atlanta’s largest film festival.