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Don’t Miss List: Our top 5 event picks for July

Dozens of July 4 celebrations OTP and ITP, Atlanta Water Lantern Festival, and Hugh Jackman sings Les Miserables songs at State Farm Arena.
Centennial Olympic Park Fireworks

15 fun things to do for the Fourth of July in metro Atlanta

Centennial Olympic Park and Stone Mountain fireworks, Stranger Things season three, Peachtree Road Race, and plenty of local restaurant deals.
Peachtree Road Race

Don’t Miss List: Our top 5 event picks for July

Kendrick Lamar plays Infinite Energy Center, the 9th annual Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival, and the world's largest 10k
Peachtree Road Race

Don your patriotic best for the Peachtree Road Race

A simple stars-and-stripes headband works, but don’t be surprised if the runner next to you sports a flag cape or Uncle Sam top hat.

29 sizzling events for Atlanta families in July

Summer's heating up, but we've got plenty of kid-friendly happenings to keep you cool and content.

Countdown to the Peachtree Road Race: The benefit of training with a group

I signed up for the Atlanta Track Club’s Peachtree Road Race training program in the hope of besting my 10K time and making the trip up Cardiac Hill just a little bit easier.

Unleash the hounds* at the Dog Jog race in Dunwoody

Is your husky looking a bit, er, husky? Send Rover right over to the Dog Jog, timed one-mile and 5K races at Dunwoody’s Brook Run Dog Park that are open to all breeds, plus their human companions (who can qualify for the Peachtree Road Race).

Peachtree Road Race tees through the years

Runners at the first Peachtree Road Race in 1970 received only 15 cents in bus fare. But the annual T-shirt has since become one of our city’s most prized trophies.

Ten things to do on the Peachtree Road Race course that aren’t running

If attacking a 10K bright and early on the muggy morning of a holiday isn’t quite your patriotic celebration of choice, the Peachtree Road Race course serves up plenty of staples of American culture throughout the rest of the year. So for those who prefer a more air-conditioned trek, here are 10 other ways to tackle the route. Start your engines at Lenox Square, just as the runners do each July 4th.

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