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The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable band turns 50

The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable band celebrates its 50th anniversary in style

Seed & Feed Marching Abominable, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, has long been a home for Atlanta’s wunderkinds, weirdos, and whimsical musicians.
Imagine Music Festival

The fashion of the Imagine Music Festival

Last year, we photographed some of the incredible looks we spotted at the aquatic-themed celebration of all-things EDM. As this year's Imagine Music Festival kicks off, let's take a look back.
8 great Atlanta outdoor festivals to attend in June

8 great Atlanta outdoor festivals to attend in June

School’s out, summer fun is in! Here are some of metro Atlanta’s fun June outdoor festivals to help you make the most of the beautiful weather.
A tale of two Carnivals

The tale (and tension) of Atlanta’s two Carnivals

Over the past two decades, the celebration has departed from Peachtree Street and split into two competing operations: the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival, which has taken place at Turner Field, Morris Brown College, Auburn Avenue, Old Fourth Ward Park, and, more recently, Central Park; and the Atlanta-DeKalb Carnival, which started in Conyers then moved to Decatur and, now, Stonecrest. At first glance, the split might seem to mirror the sprawl of the Caribbean community throughout the metro Atlanta area. But Atlanta’s tale of two Carnivals also reflects the age-old tensions that can occur when people with disparate but similar backgrounds have limited options for celebrating their identities and are forced to find community together—alternately being blamed or credited for each others’ actions.
A step-by-step guide to Carnival

A step-by-step guide to Carnival

Winston Munroe has been playing mas for 65 years and he says each year is even more exhilarating than the last. According to the Trinidad native, who is also president of Sesame Atlanta band, Carnival preparations for the next year begin a day after Carnival ends.
Here are the festivals you shouldn't miss in metro Atlanta in May

Here are the festivals you won’t want to miss in metro Atlanta in May

There’s plenty going on across Atlanta this month, but on a beautiful spring weekend, you can’t beat a neighborhood festival! Here are some of the city’s best evets throughout the month of May.
Music Midtown canceled

What Music Midtown’s cancellation could mean for the city that “influences everything”

Tyler Lyle, the Atlanta-based half of synthwave band The Midnight, believes the city “got punked by the gun lobby,” as Music Midtown organizers on Monday called off the iconic, (usually) annual festival at Piedmont Park.
Out on Film Festival 2020

Out on Film launches a “virtual theater” for this year’s LGBTQ+ film festival

Now an independent entity, Out on Film is one of the nation’s oldest LGBTQ+ festivals, one of the 10 largest of its kind in the U.S., and one of only three Oscar-qualifying LGBTQ+ fests.

Here’s what’s new this year at Taste of Atlanta 2019

Food sampling event Taste of Atlanta returns to Historic Fourth Ward Park from October 18 through 20 with a little bit of something for everyone. Here are the highlights.
Fall festivals in Atlanta

22 fall festivals in Atlanta you won’t want to miss

Summer might be coming to an end, but there are still plenty of fall festivals in Atlanta to check out this season. Here are a few of our picks.

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