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When Brian Knott launched the A3C hip-hop festival 15 years ago, he envisioned a few days of concerts featuring independent artists. Today, the five-day event is one of the largest hip-hop festivals in the country, a summit where politics and social justice intersect with hip-hop.
AmericasMart and ADAC are joining forces to host a week-long celebration of design this September through Fall Design Week and DISCOVER ADAC, creating the ultimate Southeast shopping destination for design. September 23-26, they're inviting...
As we throw open the curtain of summer, your bed should be high priority on your list of seasonal switch-outs. However, bedding and all its many layers can be tricky. What makes a comfortable (and chic) summer sleep? Here’s what the experts say—and where to find the goods.
Things are heating up this summer at AmericasMart in the heart of downtown Atlanta. From new product introductions and designer collaborations to educational programming and tastemaker discussions, the corner of Portman and Peachtree will...
As the founder of Colordrunk Designs, it’s no surprise she reaches for all things bright, bubbly, and fun. Here’s what’s inspiring her now.
The self-described as the world's largest tattoo convention tour, Atlanta Tattoo Arts Convention, comes to AmericasMart, celebrate the MLS champions at the Atlanta United Block Party, and sip a mimosa at Atlanta Brunch Festival.
We spoke to Emily Hertz from Born on Fifth, Lance Jackson and David Ecton from Parker Kennedy Living, Khristian A. Howell, and Vanessa Gilbreath from Vintage English Teacup about their favorite place settings so you can prepare for your Christmas get-together.
Chances are, even if you’re a native Atlantan, you probably know little about the three towering AmericasMart® buildings at Peachtree Street and John Portman Boulevard in Downtown Atlanta. You may have heard of “The...
Ditch the lucite, curate your kids' spaces (but don't leave their voices out!), and don't feel like you have to spend a fortune, says designer and TV personality Jeremiah Brent.
"He wanted a world where people could be true to themselves and where the clashes of colors were forced upon you and you had to appreciate everything and everybody, different though they may be. Everything he had and everything he did had some powerful social meaning and purpose."