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Chastain Park

Secrets of Chastain Park, Grant Park, and Piedmont Park

Fun facts about three of Atlanta's favorite Parks—did you know Chastain Park has a buried "Witches Cave"?
home of the goats

Atlanta park trivia

Impress your friends with these fun facts about Piedmont Park, Oakland Cemetery, Grant Park, and Woodruff Park
Melanie Furr

Atlanta Park Champion: Melanie Furr

Five years ago, when Melanie Furr found a neighbor’s cat toying with a chipmunk, she rescued the injured creature and brought it to the Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort.

Urban Cannibals owners to open three new restaurants this summer

Calavino Donati and Doria Roberts opened East Atlanta Village's Urban Cannibals in 2009 with one hot plate and a George Foreman Grill. They’re stepping up their game this summer with three new eateries in Midtown and Virginia-Highland.“The...

Must-see home and garden events in April

5 must-see home and garden events in April, from the Decorators' Show House and Gardens to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival.
Freaknik

Freaknik: The rise and fall of Atlanta’s most infamous street party

From hundreds to thousands to tens of thousands, Freaknik grew, but during its first decade, almost all white Atlantans—and many black Atlantans over the age of 40—were oblivious. Then came Freaknik 1993.

3 must-see Atlanta art festivals coming this fall

Some 200 vendors—including artists from Atlanta and throughout the Southeast, as well as national names—will be on hand in Piedmont Park with fine arts and high-end crafts. And yes, there will be food trucks.

3 Atlanta summer festivals to keep on your radar

The Atlanta Street Food Festival is the biggest gathering of food trucks in the Southeast. While the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival brings together renowned local chefs such as Kevin Rathbun and Ford Fry, the former is a decidedly more democratic culinary affair.

Flashback: The 1895 Cotton States Exposition and the Negro Building

The Negro Building was the first designated space, since Emancipation, for the showcase of African-American achievement in a white-dominated setting. Without it, the Exposition committee could have not received federal backing, and those funds appropriated from Congress, are what helped make the fair an international success.

Love-31: Picking tennis back up at Piedmont Park

It turns out that playing tennis is not at all like riding a bicycle: there is a painfully steep re-learning curve.

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