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Atlanta United holds its home opener against Cincinnati, the Atlanta Science Festival kicks off, and Phoenix Flies spotlights Atlanta's history
The Atlanta International Auto Show takes over GWCC, while Olympic hopefuls compete in the marathon trial downtown on Saturday.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Polo Association, the governing body of the sport, officially invited the Maroon Tigers polo club into the organization, immediately allowing Morehouse to be involved in Intercollegiate/Interscholastic (I/I) division competitions.
As "All Gold Everything" rapper Trinidad James walked the new kit down the runway at the official MLS reveal event in NYC, season ticker holders in Atlanta were treated to a smaller launch party that literally featured all gold everything.
These are Atlanta's 500 most powerful leaders. We spent months consulting experts and sorting through nominations to get a list of the city's most influential people—from artists to chefs to philanthropists to sports coaches and corporate CEOs. In this section, we focus on arts, film, music, entertainment, and sports.
The Falcons battle the Saints at home on Thanksgiving, Ponce City Market decks out for the holidays, and Chaka Khan performs at State Farm Arena.
"It is important for our fans to see that our players and our opponents are NBA players and that they will see a fast-paced high energy game," says head coach Noah Gillespie of the NBA G League team.
As first-year Atlanta Hawks forward and six-year NBA veteran Jabari Parker said at the start of Monday’s media day, “It’s a fresh start for me and the team.”
Two Georgia football greats—Herschel Walker, the most decorated player in Bulldogs history, and Vince Dooley, the only national championship-winning coach in program history—joined former Heisman trophy winner, NFL star, and Notre Dame legend Tim Brown to take turns speaking to the media during the “Return the Favor” event.
109 straight wins: Georgia Gwinnett coach Chase Hodges is one of the best-kept secrets in college tennis
Chase Hodges, the first tennis coach Georgia Gwinnett College has ever had, is clearly comfortable in the environment he helped build: “We’ll play anybody, anytime, anywhere!”