Even in the toughest economic times, Georgia Shakespeare has never sacrificed artistic credibility. But this year, the company tried a summer without Shakespeare—and it didn’t play very well. People complained. The theater listened.
Karaoke Melody, with two locations on Buford Highway, features individual rooms small enough for duets or large enough for a dozen.
Named after a Japanese worldview that cherishes nature, this new offshoot of the Atlanta Ballet has found a fitting home in the greenspaces of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Every parade has bands and politicians, but this Labor Day extravaganza has bagpipers in steampunk gear and ruling-class representatives from Doctor Who and Game of Thrones.
This Lawrenceville company has always excelled at Broadway classics. But this year, the ensemble scored one for the ages with the epic Les Misérables. The show was a breakthrough for young Atlanta director Justin Anderson, who is suddenly working all over town.
A recent Andy Warhol Foundation grant is boosting the mission of this non-collecting institution, which also offers educational programs and subsidized studios for fourteen resident artists.
Gold closed her gallery in 2009 but returned this summer with a new space in the Westside Cultural Arts Center, the exterior of which showcases a commissioned mural by HENSE and the 3,000-square-foot interior of which carries a mix of established and emerging talents.
This paved, mostly shaded route offers a glimpse of the city without the crowds of the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.
Parkway Pointe has all the comforts we’ve come to expect from the modern multiplex, but the little things set this theater apart.
Most customers come here to slurp a dozen raw oysters, sourced from the Gulf and both coasts, and follow with a thick grilled cheese sandwich in a dozen variations.
Doug Turbush, along with chef de cuisine Brendan Keenan and manager/sommelier Jason Raymond, has done it again with this sophisticated wine bar.
Since their surprise arrival on July 15, the panda cubs have entranced millions worldwide via the zoo’s PandaCam. A visit to see them will provide an ideal moment to teach the values of preservation and conservation.
The latest in equipment offers kids hours of entertainment, and the compact layout makes it easy for parents to keep a watchful eye.
While the top floor of this two-story renovated brownstone in the Old Fourth Ward serves mostly as a dance club, the dim bar below draws its own crowd for righteous pub grub and easygoing cocktails.
Before slurping through a platter of oysters on ice, order a cocktail from an ace team of bartenders.
As the official state museum of art, the Georgia Museum houses a notable permanent collection and hosts significant exhibitions.
The Plaza’s fortunes have risen and fallen over the decades, and this year marked another rebirth for the 1939 movie house.
Hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons, the parade features hundreds of giant puppets, light sculptures, lanterns and glow sticks, and thousands of cheering spectators along its route.