After the better part of 2o summers spent entertaining crowds at Chastain, Grammy winning singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter debuted her latest song cycle on the Great Lawn at the Atlanta Botanical Garden over the weekend.
Where was the First Bank of Atlanta? Bo's Diner? Baby's apartment? Find out.
In July, Lonnie Mimms opened the Computer Museum of America, a 40,000-square-foot tribute to hundreds of thousands of technological throwbacks dating to the mid-1800s, in Roswell, the heart of North Fulton’s Tech Hub.
He’s the heart and soul of AMC’s The Walking Dead. No, I’m not talking about Norman Reedus, but rather Greg Nicotero: one of the show’s executive producers, occasional episode director, and the man in charge of all the guts, gore, and gangrenous undead flesh on the show. He was in town this weekend as a guest at Walker Stalker Con, now in its second year, where he participated in a panel.
ITP festivals take over the city: Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, Candler Park Music and Food Festival, Virginia-Highland Summerfest, and more.
After fans were treated to only creepy Capitol propaganda videos for the last month, the first official movie trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has finally arrived.
Few fashion labels command as much esteem as Christian Dior, the eponymous French brand founded in Paris in 1946. Starting next year, Atlantans will be able to command its wares at the new shop slated for Buckhead Atlanta. (The multiuse development starts rolling open Thursday.)
Outkast vs. A Tribe Called Quest, metal bands at Warped Tour, and a tipsy evening at wine tasting school