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14 spots to see fireworks in Atlanta this July 4th

From the downtown square of Duluth to the water rides at Hurricane Harbor, fireworks are going off all over metro Atlanta this Independence Day.
1996 Atlanta Olympics Opening Ceremony

Winning gold and chauffeuring Ali: Memories of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics

Athletes, musicians, local leaders, and metro Atlanta residents share their memories of the games—taking home the gold, chauffeuring Muhammad Ali, collecting pins, riding MARTA, performing for Bill and Hillary Clinton, and more.

38 fantastic family-friendly Atlanta events in June

The best ways to kick off summer with your kids, including puppet shows, butterflies, outdoor movies, bike-riding clinics and more.
Shaky Knees 2016 My Morning Jacket

Scenes from Shaky Knees 2016

This past weekend marked the 4th annual Shaky Knees Music Festival, where bands such as My Morning Jacket, Florence + The Machine, Deftones, and even ’80s flashback Huey Lewis and the News rocked the stages at Centennial Olympic Park.
Atlanta splash pads Centennial Olympic Park Fountain of Rings

Take the kids to cool off at these 7 Atlanta splash pads

Too hot out? Here's 7 of our favorite Atlanta splash pads, including Centennial Olympic Park's Fountain of Rings, D.H. Stanton Park, Lillian Webb Park, and more.
Lullwater Preserve

Whose park is it anyway? 3 beloved parks not run by City of Atlanta

Lullwater Preserve, Centennial Olympic Park, and Woodlands Garden aren't operated by the city of Atlanta.
Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival

19 Atlanta festivals to enjoy in June

From a cigars to cycling, there's a celebration for everyone this month

12 great things to do in Atlanta for families in May

Outdoor sculpture, pony rides, meteorites, BMX stunts, an instrument “petting zoo,” princesses, and more

The remains of the games: Ranking our Olympics infrastructure

Atlanta poured $1 billion into an Olympic building frenzy—supplemented by cash from TV rights, corporate sponsorships, and ticket sales. This generated a $5 billion economic impact that summer, and decades of population growth and international investment. But how have those construction projects paid off?

ATLast, Outkast to perform for home crowd

Outkast’s beats and lyrics embodied everything associated with the South. It felt good, and like your grandmama, it could charm you one minute and cuss you out the next. And unlike East Coast or West Coast hip-hop, it seldom picked a fight, but instead welcomed everybody to sit on the porch and listen.

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