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I am in a cage with my 12-year-old daughter, lowering, ever so slowly, into a tank full of sharks at the Georgia Aquarium. Ice-cold water meets my ankles and begins streaming inside my wetsuit boots.
The terrace-level restaurant in Midtown’s swank Epicurean Hotel serves creative dishes like hay-smoked rack of lamb and king trumpet oyster mushrooms with cherry confit.
If you like IMAX, you’ll love Illuminarium, a new attraction on the city’s BeltLine. A 350-foot wraparound screen is enhanced by piped-in scents (like damp earth in the ongoing Wild: Safari Experience).
Very few things are certain when it comes to your future. The only real predictions you can make usually have to do with work or school schedules with perhaps a few meetings peppered in. Indeed, there is a deep fear of the unknown when it comes to the future because only a few things are certain (like the proverbial death and taxes). A lot of things get “sold” to us because of this. Making things more certain is one of the highest value problems that can be solved.
Atlanta chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and James Beard Award finalist Kevin Gillespie whips up a couple of his seasonal favorites in partnership with Atlanta Market and Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.
Many Atlantans were surprised when, out of the blue on Saturday afternoon, the City of Atlanta tweeted that the citywide curfew, which had been in effect for a week and was originally planned to continue for two more nights, would suddenly be lifted. Perhaps more than anything, the curfews created intense confusion.