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Wedged between Monroe Drive and Piedmont Park, Amsterdam Walk is a quirky commercial area populated by about two-dozen small businesses. The BeltLine-adjacent shopping center is slated for a major overhaul by Atlanta developer Portman Holdings. Here are renderings for the project and what we know so far.
The Earth Goddess sculpture is synonymous with the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and this month, she celebrates her tenth anniversary. To celebrate, we've rounded up 10 interesting facts about this famous face.
Find new clothes at the Atlanta Streetwear Market, catch Mean Girls at the Fox, watch tennis at the Atlanta Open, and more things to do this weekend in Atlanta, July 21-24, 2022.
While many of Atlanta's favorite Memorial Day traditions are still absent in 2021, there are still several events, both old and new, happening this holiday weekend. Here's are some things to do in Atlanta on Memorial Day weekend.
On Wednesday, new COVID-19 testing sites opened and many companies are changing their policies in light of the pandemic. Here’s your Thursday morning update.
Halloween season is here and there is plenty of fun to be had all over the metro area. Here's a run down of haunted houses, parties, kid-friendly fun, and more.
Stop by JapanFest in Duluth for street food and anime, celebrate the 10th anniversary of the BeltLine Lantern Parade, and Curious George arrives at the Children's Museum of Atlanta.
Mariah Carey visits Atlanta as part of her Caution World Tour; science fiction and fantasy geeks dress up for Cardboard Con; and enjoy 60+ beers, 40+ bourbons, and all the barbecue you can stomach at Atlantic Station's Beer, Bourbon, & BBQ Festival.
For the past 20 years, Corrina Sephora’s name has been synonymous with metal. But when the artist’s mother was died to cancer in 2017, Sephora wondered: Had she done everything she wanted to do? Sephora decided to “throw myself into my work in a new way. To really touch on my emotions, my intuition. I see [my new work] as a sort of storytelling, a form of meditation in the making.”