Agnes Scott College was losing its student bookstore. Charis Books was facing high property taxes. Together, the women's college and feminist bookstore found a joint solution—relocate Charis to Agnes Scott to create a new community space for both bookstore patrons and college students.
Hunt for Easter eggs at Callanwolde, jam out at SweetWater 420 Fest, and try "munchies" from Korean Fusion chef Seung Hee Lee.
Atlanta Dogwood Festival is back to kickoff the spring season, National Grilled Cheese Day celebration in Atlantic Station, and Marietta Theatre Company brings Charlie Brown to the stage.
“That’s part of how we look at our mission: not to make theater but use our skills as theater artists to build communities." With its annual puzzle hunt, Out of Hand Theater treats the map of Atlanta like a gameboard. This year, it's at Dogwood Festival and called Dogwood Quest.
Upcoming Theatrical Outfit play I Love to Eat, a one-man play about the life of James Beard, who was gay, arrives at a time when the restaurant industry is being scrutinized for failing to meaningfully include women, people of color, and the LGBT community.
Play silly games at Dad's Garage's new annual fundraiser, the Big Stupid Parking Lot Carnival; get colorful at the Color Run 5K at Six Flags, and stroll through the Spring Festival on Ponce.
Atlanta’s Center for Puppetry Arts brings Harold and the Purple Crayon to life with a 19th-century illusion technique
Puppets, blacklights, and a 19th-century illusion technique that has added drama to acts from Disneyland to Coachella will bring Harold and the Purple Crayon to life at the Center for Puppetry Arts.
One year later after it was ordered to close, Chris Yonker and Brian Egan, two of the original members of the Mammal team, are returning, this time just a mile or so from their original South Broad Street location, in a place that’s just as interesting, if not more so.
Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and Paul Cézanne headline The High Museum's European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection, Mike Epps stops at State Farm Arena for the Funny As Ish comedy tour, and downtown Decatur is turning into a concert venue to fight poverty for Amplify Decatur Music Festival.
Baseball season is back and you can join a watch party at The Battery Atlanta while the Braves as open their season, Jeff Dunham is bringing his "Passively Aggressive" tour to State Farm Arena, and help support local art at Candler Park Art Block.