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Jonas Ho's electric skateboards

Meet Jonas Ho, Atlanta’s LED-lit evangelist of electric skateboards.

About five years ago, Jonas Ho was watching YouTube videos when he discovered a novel way to spend the $500 burning a hole in his pocket: a battery-powered MotoTec skateboard. Since then, Ho, the owner of Noble House Tattoo in Stockbridge, has become a mad scientist of electric skateboards, turning his board into a 51-pound street cruiser lined with lights and capable of traveling up to 32 miles per hour on city streets.
Peachtree Corners Festival

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: June 6-12

Help the revitalization of historic Sweet Auburn at the Sweet Auburn Gala, nerd out with classic games at the Southern-Fried Gaming Expo, or explore the Westside on foot at Atlanta Streets Alive.
Atlanta Strees Alive

Which April Atlanta festival is right for you?

Jam at Sweetwater 420 Festival, devour a giant turkey leg at the Atlanta Renaissance Festival, watch the best international films at Atlanta Film Festival, or, if you just like cheese, go to Grilled Cheese Fest. Atlanta has a festival for everyone.
Wanderlust 108

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: April 4-10

Partake in a pillow fight in Grant Park, run a 5k followed by DJ-led yoga at Piedmont Park, and bike or walk during the year's first Atlanta Streets Alive.
Atlanta family events April

36 of the best events for Atlanta families in April

Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore

Free Fun: Atlanta Streets Alive

In a city dominated by gridlock, these afternoons provide a rare opportunity to ditch your car and explore Atlanta’s neighborhoods on two wheels (or feet).

27 Atlanta festivals to check out in October

From craft beer to Halloween happenings, here are some of best festivals in Atlanta this month.
2015 Atlanta Steeplechase

38 super fun events for Atlanta families in April

Enjoy the festival season before the weather heats up, plus the Braves return to the Ted, and more.
Rebecca Serna

54. Rebecca Serna

Atlanta’s growing enthusiasm for human-powered transportation is never more visible than at Atlanta Streets Alive—the periodic street-closure events inspired by Rebecca Serna’s Fulbright studies in Colombia.

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