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The Atlanta Hawks will go another year without a playoff run, but this team has shown they're on an upward trend. There are plenty of reasons why basketball fans should be excited about what took place this season and what’s to come.
Atlanta Hawks player Trae Young has been the answer to the Hawks' point guard prayers, and by all accounts would be a shoo-in for this season’s Rookie of the Year award if not for fellow rookie Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks. Here's why Young deserves the title.
Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and Paul Cézanne headline The High Museum's European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection, Mike Epps stops at State Farm Arena for the Funny As Ish comedy tour, and downtown Decatur is turning into a concert venue to fight poverty for Amplify Decatur Music Festival.
Baseball season is back and you can join a watch party at The Battery Atlanta while the Braves as open their season, Jeff Dunham is bringing his "Passively Aggressive" tour to State Farm Arena, and help support local art at Candler Park Art Block.
Mariah Carey visits Atlanta as part of her Caution World Tour; science fiction and fantasy geeks dress up for Cardboard Con; and enjoy 60+ beers, 40+ bourbons, and all the barbecue you can stomach at Atlantic Station's Beer, Bourbon, & BBQ Festival.
After performing at halftime during the Super Bowl, Travis Scott is performing at State Farm Arena; motorbikes jump, loop, and delight adrenaline junkies at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Monster Energy Supercross; the High Museum of Art showcases self-taught artists, sculptors, and photographers for Way Out There: The Art of Southern Backroads.
Watch Atlanta Ballet 2 perform Beauty & the Beast, celebrate the last weekend of Black History Month with the Black History Month Parade, and go back in time to learn about the history of design and technology with coffee.
Around 1 a.m. on Thursday night, Ludacris announced that he was “just getting started” with his EA Sports Bowl set inside State Farm Arena.
The spectacle, formerly known as Media Day, is officially a giant press conference, but in reality it often has little to do with football and a lot to do with bizarre questions and goofy challenges. Here's what we saw at Super Bowl Opening Night 2019.